GRANT THORNTON IRELAND has announced plans to create 1,000 new jobs over the next three years.
The financial services company today announced its plans to hire new staff across its seven offices across Ireland – Cork, Galway, Limerick, Longford, Kildare, Belfast and Dublin.
Recruitment began last month for roles on Grant Thornton’s tax team that plans to double the size from 170 to 340 by 2024.
Other new functions will be available across all GTI business units including actuarial, auditing, corporate finance and consulting, as well as in specialized areas such as insurance, sustainability, financial services, and digital transformation.
“We pride ourselves on going above and beyond to ensure the highest quality of service to our customers and know that this is due to the exceptional and broad level of expertise our employees bring to the table,” said Michael McAteer, Managing Partner at GTI.
“We also recognize the importance of flexibility, opportunity, promotion, and work-life balance, and we have installed a broad-based framework for the future of work across the company with these pillars at its core.”
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The new roles target both experienced employees and graduates, but GTI will also provide advertising opportunities to fill operational roles including human resources, marketing, risk and compliance.
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