BearingPoint Ireland aims to add 100 new hires by 2025

12 July 2022 Consultancy.uk 3 min. read
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BearingPoint has announced an ambitious recruitment drive to attract 100 new hires to its Irish division over the coming 18 months. The news coincides with the appointment of two new Partners and two new Directors to its business in Ireland.

Employing over 250 consultants in Ireland, BearingPoint has been enjoying double-digit growth in Ireland over the last three years. As it looks to boost its support for many of Ireland’s largest organisations in the financial, digital services and public sector in particular, the firm has announced an ambitious recruitment drive.

In order to grow its workforce in Ireland, BearingPoint has committed to making further 100 hires in the next 12 to 18 months. The firm’s expansion is already underway, with recruitment of 50 immediate vacancies representing job opportunities right across the business and at all levels, from graduates right up to senior leaders.

Gillian O'Sullivan, Claudia Carr, Gary Mullane, Gerard Hayes and Marie-Ryan

Commenting on the recruitment plans, Gillian O’Sullivan, Country Leader for BearingPoint Ireland said, “Today’s announcement underlines the firm’s ongoing success and growth ambition as defined in our strategy 2025: putting people in the centre, outperforming the market every year and being in the top three in our chosen areas of expertise.”

The recruitment campaign will see BearingPoint look to hire across multiple levels and service lines. The company is currently hiring for Product Owner; Business Process Analyst, Change Manager, Strategy Consultant, Service Delivery Manager, Software Tester, Software Developer, Data and Analytics Manager, Enterprise Architect, Technology Advisor, Database Administrator and Finance & Risk Manager.

Internal promotions

The news coincides with the appointment of two new Partners at BearingPoint. Claudia Carr and Gary Mullane have been promoted internally at the Partner-led firm.

Having joined BearingPoint in 2005, as Partner Carr will lead BearingPoint Ireland’s People & Strategy Practice. Her main focus will be challenges facing organisations in the years to come, covering sustainability, people development for the modern workplace, business transformation and management.

Mullane meanwhile joined BearingPoint in 2002. He becomes Partner with responsibility for both BearingPoint’s Insurance Consulting Services, while also being Head of Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence across all industry sectors.

Elsewhere, Marie Ryan is appointed Director in Software with Gerard Hayes becoming Director in Business Consulting. Ryan will continue to expand BearingPoint’s software team and deliver innovative high-quality solutions to new and existing clients. And Hayes will lead BearingPoint’s services related to the delivery of transformation programmes, operational and process excellence and workforce planning.

She added, “I am particularly proud and delighted to announce the appointment of Claudia, Gary, Marie and Gerard to these vitally important roles for our business. All of them have reached this important milestone based on their exceptional abilities, deep industry expertise and outstanding commitment to serving our clients.”