12 November 2013

Job announcements for Nov week 1....

Inoapps, the software and IT solutions company, has invested £600,000 in a new head office in Aberdeen. The application specialist and reseller for Oracle solutions in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, plans to double its 200-plus workforce and increase turnover to £50m by 2015. Inoapps also has offices in Edinburgh, Derby and Kuala Lumpur.

Engineering and project management company Amec is to create 300 new jobs in in its North West based Clean Energy Europe business. The recruitment drive will focus on the companys nuclear business. Positions created are set to include safety consultants, project managers and mechanical and electrical engineers.

Kent law firm Brachers has recruited 30 staff in six months and is considering plans to expand its commercial business after completing several large contracts, potentially creating new jobs. It recently completed the 58m sale of Kent Pharmaceuticals to DCC Healthcare and has a good current pipeline of corporate work. 285 employees and 28 partners.

Energy services company 3Sun is creating 80 jobs and targeting a third consecutive year of revenue growth. It has recently expanded into Europe, opening new offices in Denmark and Germany.

Bet365 has increased its workforce by 16% in the past year, recruiting over 400 staff, while turnover has grown by 38% to £993m. The Staffordshire-based online gaming and betting company has entered into an agreement with operational intelligence company ExtraHop to improve the performance, availability and security of its IT infrastructure and applications. The company currently has 1,700 employees and further growth is anticipated.

Dee Set Logistics
Retail solutions business Dee Set Logistics has recruited 550 new employees in the last year, taking staff headcount to 1,972, with recruitment still underway. The Staffordshire company has increased turnover by 28% to £29m.

Professional services firm EY has expanded after recruiting 100 university graduates in 12 months. Its Personal Tax Centre in the city has expanded rapidly, with further potential for international growth. EY now employs 313 staff in Newcastle.

TES based in Cookstown has won a £1m contract on an island in the South Atlantic. TES (NI), which specialises in water and wastewater treatment solutions, has won business worth 1 million on the island of St Helena, with assistance from Invest Northern Ireland. St Helena's existing four water treatment plants to raise drinking water quality levels for 4,000 residents on the remote volcanic island located in the South Atlantic.

Moody's, a provider of credit ratings, research, tools and analysis to the global capital markets, has jobs available in London and Edinburgh for project managers, data managers, business development and more. Moody's Corporation employs approximately 7,000 people worldwide and maintains a presence in 29 countries.

MasterCard is a technology company in the global payments industry, has vacancies in London for business leaders and managers. MasterCard employs around 7,500 staff worldwide.

Nov 13

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