The Best Tech Jobs In Dublin Right Now

By June 29, 2017For Talent

Looking for the best tech jobs in Dublin’s fair city? You’ve come to the right place.

BetBright: PPC Specialist

If you have 2 years experience managing large budgets, a strong analytics skill set and an excellent knowledge of the online betting and gambling sector, the odds are you’ll be a fit for this role. In fact, we’d bet on it! The successful candidate will be responsible for maintaining and enhancing relationships with partner agencies and optimising PPC campaigns on a daily basis. In return, you can expect monthly sports and social events and an open and collaborative team dynamic. Win-win!


CurrencyFair: Software Engineer

CurrencyFair have an opening for an experienced Front End Engineer with a passion for problem solving. The role involves developing compelling user interfaces through HTML, CSS and Javascript and contributing to front end architectural choices. You’ll need to be a strong communicator who is able to collaborate effectively across a number of departments. Extra kudos if you know your way around Java and PHP. Think you’re up for the challenge?

Lovin Group: Journalist

Calling all journos! The Lovin Group are on the hunt for an ambitious writer ready for a new challenge. If you’re a social media addict who is always on top of trending topics you could be just the person they’re looking for. This role is an amazing opportunity to get relevant industry experience at one of Ireland’s fastest growing digital media companies and get hands-on training from their senior editorial team. Sound good?

HubSpot: Sales Account Executive (French)

Are you a stellar relationship builder? Do you have amazing consultative selling and closing skills? Parlez-vous français? Then HubSpot have a role with your name on it at their EMEA headquarters. You’ll be working closely with HubSpot’s marketing and technology departments to evolve their sales strategy and using your skills and ideas to help shape the company mission. In return you’ll get to work with a dynamic and talented team where you can make real impact.

Sportdec: Digital Marketing Manager

Sportdec is a rapidly expanding company who are looking for a Digital Marketing Manager to take them to the next level. Does the fast-paced, high-octane environment of a startup rev your engine? Do you have proven success with mobile marketing paid channels? Are you a self-starter who is capable of delivering without a lot of supervision? Then you could be the perfect addition to the Sportdec team.

Deloitte: Front End Developer

You may know them as the world’s top consultancy firm but the diversity of roles on offer at Deloitte goes way beyond that. They’ve got an exciting opportunity for a front end developer to join their ever growing tech team. Strong knowledge of HTML5 and CSS3 is required for this role. As well as experience in building, optimising and debugging complex web applications for the mobile market. The team at Deloitte enjoy a number of benefits from flexible working days to employee recognition awards. How could you resist?

Survey Monkey: IT Administrator

Survey Monkey is a company committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. If you’d like to join them, you’ll need experience supporting an engineering organisation and a proficiency in both OSX and Windows administration (including installation, configuration, and security). Bonus points for certifications in Microsoft, Cisco, Comp TIA or VMware. Don’t miss your chance to work with this exciting team.


Net Affinity: Content Marketing Executive

Net Affinity are looking for a digitally-minded content writer to run their company blog, social channels, email marketing and PR communications. This is a role with huge potential for growth and development. Excellent communication skills and the ability to present ideas coherently will be a huge advantage here. Knowledge of Google Analytics and AdWords are an added bonus. Think you’ve got what it takes?

Not found the right role for you? Keep searching #DublinTechJobs.

Author Aoife Geary

Aoife Geary is the Content Editor at Jobbio specialising in the areas of Workplace Culture, Diversity, Startups and Digital Trends. She's partial to a burrito, a bad pun and living way beyond her means.

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