Microsoft hiring 200 engineers at Dublin campus

At its newly-built engineering hub, the software major is expanding into identity teams and workplace transformation


Microsoft’s new engineering hub at its Leopardstown Campus, is looking for 200 engineers. The fresh hires will join the 600- strong team of working engineers in Ireland’s Dublin campus.

Recruitment has already begun and interested candidates can visit to check for details regarding qualifications and apply accordingly, for the positions of software engineers, customer engineers, programme managers and product designers. Openings also exist in the areas of user experience and data science.

The new team members work in the development, deployment and support of cloud services and emergency tech solutions for Microsoft’s global customers.

The Dublin campus is supported by IDA Ireland and the engineering hub amounts to € 27 million. It further strengthens Ireland’s position as the centre for innovation in Europe, as a part of Microsoft’s decades of investment in the same.

The 10,000 sq. km facility is located close to One Microsoft Place and was built with the tech giant’s sustainability goals in mind. It includes The Garage that allows employees the liberty to experiment post work, and is a common feature in Microsoft’s 10 global bases. The garage recently introduced digital programmes in line with the pandemic restrictions.

The Garage is enabling global collaboration with Dublin at its heart for innovation and local research. The new roles for the 200 engineers are predominantly in the Company’s workplace transformation and identity teams. It will bring in 2,700 people to the Leopardstown campus and Microsoft’s data centre operations.

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