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Eir adds 100 jobs for fibre roll-out, gets farmers backing

Friday 23 September 2016 | 08:45 CET | News
Irish operator Eir announced the creation of a further 100 jobs as a result of its roll-out of fibre broadband across Ireland. The roles involve a variety of skills including poling crews, cabling technicians and fibre splicers. KN Network Services, a supplier to Eir, will recruit the 100 staff and expects to fill the majority of these roles in the next three months. The jobs will based throughout the country and, along with the 50 apprentices already recruited by Eir this year, are part of a further ramping up of Eir crews and contractors to 800 who are working on the roll-out of fibre

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