Dublin’s Millworks at the centre of a $500 million fraud investigation says it has found a way to use its search engine and its website to find jobs.
Key points:The company says it employs over 6,500 people in Ireland with a turnover of $8bnThe Dublin firm has said it has identified 2,400 potential vacancies at its millwork business, and that it plans to offer new jobs for the new year and beyondIf you’re looking for a career in the world of manufacturing, then Ireland has the perfect job for you.
The Dublin company that makes and markets the Dublin, Co Cork, Limerick, Tipperary and Waterford mills says it is the only company in the industry to have a turnover exceeding $8 billion.
It is based in a building with an annual turnover of over €1bn, according to its website, with more than 6,700 employees.
It employs over 600 people in the manufacturing and logistics sector.
It has also said it is in talks with the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation (DJEI) about offering new jobs in the coming year.
The company is also seeking advice from the Irish Competition and Consumer Commission about whether it has complied with rules for online searches conducted by the US search engine Google, which is currently investigating the firm for its alleged role in a massive, £20bn fraud.
A spokesman for Dublin millworks, which operates in the city, said it does not have any information to suggest that it is not complying with competition law.
Millworks has said that it has discovered 2,450 potential vacancies in the millwork sector.
In a statement issued to the Irish Examiner, it said it “takes the integrity of our job vacancies very seriously”, and “we are actively looking at how we can offer the best possible opportunities for our new employees.”
The company said it had identified 2.8 million potential vacancies across the manufacturing, logistics, IT and retail sectors.
It said it would offer its first new jobs on February 8, 2018, and was in discussions with the department of jobs, enterprise and innovation about the opportunities.
Millwork is based at a building that has an annual gross turnover of more than €1.2bn.
The millworks company said that as of February 8 the job vacancies it identified would be “fully filled”.
Millworks said it intends to hire over 6.8 thousand people, with the majority of those workers employed by other company’s facilities.
A spokesperson for the company said the company is “actively looking at the opportunities” and will “continue to work with the relevant authorities to identify new jobs”.
He added that the company’s aim is to find as many jobs as possible, including those for the “new and exciting work in the business”.
The firm is based on the premises of the Dáil, where it is located.
The Dáile is the Irish parliament, and the chamber is located on the second floor of the Irish capital’s central administration building.