Viridian Group creates 35 jobs in Belfast

Pictured: Paul Comins, Catherine Gardiner, Sean McCrea and Orlaith Murtagh, Viridian



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10 November 2015 | 0

Energy provider Viridian Group, parent company of Energia, is creating 35 new IT jobs in Belfast. The company also announced a €28 million investment in IT systems over the next three years.

Hiring is already underway for project managers, technical analysts and business analysts.

Catherine Gardiner, director of IT, said: “This is an exceptional opportunity for IT professionals to join Viridian’s team and work on the development of a range of really cutting-edge IT projects, including the game-changing smart metering project for utilities. The project promises to revolutionise energy use and make an impact on every house and business premises on the island of Ireland… Our people are at the heart of our business – we offer competitive reward packages, an extensive Health & Wellbeing programme, and support for your on-going learning and development.  We also offer a welcoming working environment built around high-performing teams, and the scope to grow your career and take on new challenges.”

Viridian Group has an annual turnover of approximately €2 billion and 480 staff across the Republic and Northern Ireland.

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