KPMG to create 200 permanent jobs and take on 300 graduates

Managing partner Shaun Murphy said the company was targeting professionals at home and abroad to fill the positions.

Professional services firm KPMG is to create 200 permanent jobs in Ireland over the next 12 months and will recruit 300 graduates.

The group, which has grown its Irish workforce from just more than 2,000 employees to 2,500 since 2014, said it was looking to fill roles in a number of areas including management consulting, risk consulting, tax, audit, restructuring and transaction services.

KPMG in Ireland provides audit, tax and advisory services from offices in Dublin, Belfast, Cork and Galway.

Managing partner Shaun Murphy said the company was targeting professionals at home and abroad to fill the positions.

“In recent years, we have seen a lot of evidence of Irish professionals working abroad looking to come home,” he said, adding that the group was seeing positive performances in many industry sectors.

“Ireland remains one of the world’s most attractive locations for mobile international investment and we are also seeing more and more Irish companies scaling successfully in international markets,” said Mr Murphy.

KPMG operates in 155 countries and has more than 174,000 people working in member firms around the world.

The company is the largest private-sector recruiter of new graduates in the country, with its next band of 300 graduates due to join the company in the autumn next year.



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