Growth for entegro to create further employment

Telecommunications specialists entegro, involved in surveying, designing and deploying gigabit networks for clients in Ireland, UK and the US have undertaken a significant recruitment drive to employ a further 50 staff in Ireland over the coming year, bringing new hires to over 100 within 12 months alone, the Kilkenny-headquartered firm says.

Recruitment is already underway for multiple new positions, ranging from FTTH Design Engineers, GIS Technicians, Field Surveyors and Project Managers in addition to several supporting roles to be based in Kilkenny, from the company’s Dublin base in Baldonnel, and across Northern Ireland in accordance to different projects underway.

Jim Doyle CEO of entegro 1

Jim Doyle CEO of entegro

The ongoing recruitment drive is on top of 50 jobs announced by entegro in May of this year.

The wholly-Irish owned firm has grown from 80 staff since entegro was launched in October 2019 to 150 today and further growth is projected by 2022, it says: “entegros’ design capacity has grown significantly over the past year and the company is actively recruiting for multiple new positions within our company to meet growing demand nationally and internationally”, according to CEO, Jim Doyle.

“As a business, we are delighted to be involved in the delivery of many ambitious and vital projects in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.


Our contribution to many of our projects will provide much-needed, future-proofed connectivity throughout the island itself.

Through the NBI contract and ongoing work with existing clients such as Virgin Media IE, Fibrus NI, Siro, Cityfibre UK and Century Link US we are helping people to work remotely and we are sustaining jobs locally.”

If you are interested in joining a vibrant telecommunications industry with plenty of opportunity and have a background  in Electronic, Electrical or Computor Science or have a been involved in infrastructure projects entegro would be delighted to talk and set you on a career path in entegro where development and opportunity flows. 


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