Karma has today announced that it will be expanding it’s operations in Dublin over the next few months, as it has landed a large scale project in dealing with Pro Life group Youth Defence.
This comes as good news for the jobs market as Karma will be looking to recruit up to 100 people in Dublin and elsewhere around the country.
Karma was involved in the successful hacking of the Youth Defence site earlier this morning, but has revealed that there is still a huge amount of work to complete and needs to expand quickly to effectively deal with the intense workload.
The work will revolve around reducing the spread of toxic information in Ireland and will offer numerous jobs in finance, to ensure that Karma works effectively in ensuring that Youth Defence is in fact compliant with Irish Charity Laws with regard to declarations of donations.
Karma has several years of work ahead of it here in Ireland and although it will be challenging, it will mean that there should be stable employment for those 100 new positions for at least the next 3 years.
Karma will be posting the positions over the next few days on popular online job sites.
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