300 jobs have been announced for Dublin.
Digital workflow company ServiceNow is expanding its office in the capital.
ServiceNow announce the creation of 300 new jobs in Dublin, Ireland over the next three years as part of the company’s EMEA growth plans.
— ServiceNow UK and Ireland (@ServiceNowUKI) April 7, 2021
The roles will be mainly in engineering and sales, and created over the next three years.
Jobs Show "Vote Of Confidence" For Dublin
The Taoiseach, Micheál Martin has welcomed the announcement, describing it as a "huge vote of confidence by an innovative company in Ireland’s tech ecosystem".
Welcome news that @ServiceNowUKI is creating 300 jobs with the expansion of its Dublin office.
High-quality technology roles like these will help fuel Ireland’s sustainable and digital future. pic.twitter.com/9hSICs7Md3
— Micheál Martin (@MichealMartinTD) April 7, 2021
This was echoed by Tánaiste Leo Varakar - who said the jobs are a "fantastic endorsement of Ireland as a destination for technology companies".
The company said Dublin was chosen for its "technology talent", with Vice President of ServiceNow Mark Cockerill describing the city as a "central hub" for the tech industry.