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50 new jobs announced by Carlow company Netwatch

Some of the positions will allow for remote working

A Carlow company’s creating 50 new jobs.

Netwatch is announcing further expansion in Ireland with jobs coming up in will be in R&D, HR, Monitoring Hub, Sales and Technical operations.

They already employ 150 people in Ireland and 250 worldwide.

Most of the positions announced today will be created in the next year and based in Carlow, though some will be able to work remotely.

The company says their US team is also growing with some key hires expected in the sales and marketing teams there.

The global proactive video monitoring company Netwatch, established in Carlow in 2003, has announced that it will create 50 new jobs over the next year.

Kurt Takahashi, Netwatch Global CEO, said that the increase in jobs emphasises the central role that Netwatch Ireland plays in the global expansion of the Group. A number of global functions are led from Ireland including R&D, HR, Global Monitoring and Finance.

On a recent visit to the Carlow site he said “This level of expansion is being made to meet the needs of our current development and Netwatch Ireland will be the hub for this growth”. 

He added “The Netwatch platform developed in Carlow has been so successful that we are building our business in the US around it”.

And he says “Technology is the key to our successful development”.