Arrotek expands by creating 100 jobs for Sligo

Recruitment for the new roles will begin immediately
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(L-R) Ger O’Carroll and Mark Pugh, Arrotek

10 May 2022

Medical device designer and manufacturer Arrotek has announced the planned creation of up to 100 new jobs after the company was granted planning permission for a 20,000sq ft extension to its headquarters in Sligo town.

Arrotek is based in a purpose-built 50,000sq ft facility in the heart of the Medtech cluster in Finisklin Business Park in Sligo, which was built in 2019 and features state-of-the-art manufacturing cleanrooms, laboratory, and engineering offices. 

It is expected that the additional 20,000sq ft will house a mixture of office and manufacturing space and produce a further 100 permanent roles.

 

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Recruitment for the new roles will begin immediately. The positions will be created across all departments within Arrotek including design engineers and project managers, quality, production, finance, customer service and administration

Founded in 2005 by Mark Pugh and Ger O’Carroll, Arrotek began life as an engineering service provider focused on designing medical devices for other companies.  

Since its inception, the company has seen steady year on year growth, which led to the opening of its headquarters in Finisklin in 2019.

The company defied the wider economic stagnation of the Covid-19 pandemic when it undertook a major recruitment drive in 2020 and 2021, doubling its workforce and expanding its manufacturing offering to include a third cleanroom and new braiding, coiling and laser welding technologies.

“It is fantastic to see the growth of the business over the last 17 years,” said Arrotek co-founder Ger O’Carroll, “and it is extremely positive that a home-grown Sligo company has managed to grow into international markets and create high quality jobs for Sligo and the North West of Ireland. This is testament to the high-quality workforce that we currently have and will be recruiting into the future.”

Arrotek co-founder Mark Pugh said: “Since Ger and I set up the business back in 2005, we have focused on investing in the latest cutting-edge technologies to allow us to offer a service that is world-class. This current investment will allow us to further enhance our service offerings to all our current customers both start-ups and multinationals, as well as grow into emerging markets.”

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