Irish edtech firm ETU to create 100 new jobs in Ireland and the US

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Irish edtech software company ETU has said it plans to create 100 new jobs in Ireland and the US by the end of 2022. Some of the roles will be remote.

The new roles will be positioned across all sectors of the business, including multiple roles focused on next-generation sim technology that incorporates machine learning and AI.

In recent months, the company, which specialises in learning simulation technology, has expanded its customer base considerably. This expansion is due an increase in demand for tech-based simulations and virtual corporate training. Its users have, so far, completed one million simulations worldwide.

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Recently, ETU has added companies such as IBM and McKinsey to its existing client portfolio which includes PwC, Pacific Gas & Electric and EY. The company is on track to double its revenue in 2021.

To support its expansion, ETU announced a new structure for its executive team. The new appointments include a new COO, chief financial officer, chief marketing officer, chief revenue officer, CTO, chief product officer, chief services officer and a new head of HR.

Commenting on the changed executive team structure, ETU’s CEO Michael Veale said: “With this team at the helm, ETU is better positioned than ever to serve our growing list of clients. ETU’s senior leaders will help guide our workforce as we enter our next level of success.”

According to ETU’s new COO, Dr Declan Dagger, “ETU is at the forefront of immersive technologies for rapidly upskilling global workforces. Our award-winning Learning Simulation Platform already supports the development of millions of employees across the globe. With this phase of expansion, we are adding further capabilities to empower our customers to be better prepared for the global skills shortage they face and maximise their return on talent.”

For more information about the roles and to apply, see ETU’s website.

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