When one of Ireland’s largest contractors needed support recruiting specialist roles for their semiconductor super fabrication project, our experienced Advanced Facilities team were ready to help.
Currently in its construction stage in Kildare the new manufacturing facility is expected to cost over €4 billion. With in excess of 5,000 construction workers at peak.
By working in partnership with the contractors on site, NRL’s team are supporting recruitment for a large number of mechanical craft roles to help deliver the semiconductor project.
The site is one of the most technologically advanced manufacturing locations in Europe. Its expansion is the largest private investment ever made in the history of the Irish State and is also one of the largest projects in European history.
Our Advanced Facilities team are looking to speak to contractors with previous experience working on high purity, semiconductor, or pharmaceutical projects. Roles are expected for the following disciplines over the next 4-5 years:
To work on site, you’ll need to hold an Irish Safe Pass or Northern Irish CSR card and manual handling certificate.
Interested in working on site?
If you're interested in working on Project Bluejay you can view our current roles and apply using the button below.
If you'd like to discuss the project further please contact Duncan Lowe.
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