Jobs boost as Deloitte establishes Galway office with thirty new posts

Thu, Sep 03, 2015

Pictured at the announcement are: Austin Sammon, audit director, Gerard Casey, audit & advisory Partner; Brendan Jennings, managing partner; Katie O’Connor, audit senior manager; and Brian Farrell, tax director.

Galway’s financial services sector got a boost this morning (Thursday) with the announcement by Deloitte that it is establishing a Galway office, with the creation of 30 positions.

Its new office will be its fifth location in Ireland and will offer a full suite of services, with a particular focus on audit, accounting and risk advisory, tax, corporate finance and restructuring, and company secretarial services.

The new office will be based in the Galway Financial Services Centre. The firm is recruiting for positions at all levels – from graduate through to manager and senior manager. Roles are open to experienced professionals with audit and tax qualifications, in addition to those who wish to gain a professional qualification with a leading professional services firm.  


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