July 2020: Enterprise Ireland is pleased to announce the second and final Call for Proposals for the CAREER DEVELOPMENT FELLOWSHIPS IN THE NATIONAL TECHNOLOGY CENTRE AND TECHNOLOGY GATEWAY PROGRAMME.

The programme was designed to inject new talent and resources in the R&D&I sector in Ireland by means of recruiting 50 talented researchers from all around the world through an open competition to work on industry-focused collaborative projects for three years.

Companies of any sector are eligible to participate!
Companies of any size are eligible!
Companies can be part of any number of applications!

Deadline Information:

Call opening September 7th, 2020
Applications deadline December 31st, 2020

What are the main benefits for your company?
◊ access to a high-caliber, experienced researcher who brings new/additional/complementary skills to your team

◊ opportunity to collaborate with an academic/research institution on a project that has your company’s needs at its core

◊ enhanced international visibility

◊ it’s free – no minimum cash contribution required

◊ participate in a Horizon 2020 project without any administrative requirement

 Checkout our current fellows: and also find out about our successful Marie Curie fellows

June 2020: Upcoming Vacancies for Data Scientists: Send us your CV

Are you a Data Scientist looking for a new challenge? Then we are interested in hearing from you!

We have a number of roles coming online over the next few months so please send your CV to

We are currently interested in recruiting in the areas of cybersecurity, text analytics, and machine learning.

Our strengths are in the following areas:

  • predictive analytics
  • machine and deep learning
  • real-time analytics
  • text analytics
  • data visualisation
  • blockchain and smart contracts
  • industry 4.0
  • cybersecurity

If you are interested in working with us please send your CV and we will be in touch.


2019 CLOSED: Career Opportunity: Enterprise Ireland launches €14m Career-FIT PLUS programme to attract international experienced researchers to Ireland.