Ryanair has announced that it is seeking to fill more than 100 tech roles in Ireland.
According to a statement published on Corporate.Ryanair.com, the roles that Ryanair is seeking to fill include software development positions, BI and data scientists, security, infrastructure and operations positions, programme and project managers, scrum masters and business analysts, and QA engineers.
The airline noted that these new hires will help it to deliver cutting-edge projects and emerging technologies and drive digital transformation, as Ryanair grows to carry more than 300 million passengers by 2034.
Statement By Ryanair’s Chief Technology Officer
The statement published on Corporate.Ryanair.com quoted its chief technology officer, John Hurley, as saying, “It has been a challenging time for tech companies in Ireland, with over 2,000 tech workers losing their jobs in Ireland in less than 12 months. Ryanair remains in a strong growth position, with ambitious passenger targets of 300 million passengers by 2034, and we are delighted to offer Ireland’s tech talent the opportunity to work on cutting-edge projects with Europe’s number-one airline that will support our growth targets.
“There really is no better time to join Ryanair Labs, as we continue to drive the industry through our digital innovation. To support our digital leadership and the growth of our wider operations, we are seeking to fill over 100 tech roles, from software developers to BI and data scientists, security, and QA engineers, and more.”
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