Zenith Technologies has strengthened its global workforce, recruiting 100 people over the past year in response to growing demand for manufacturing execution system (MES) and automation technology in the pharma sector.
As demand for technology grows in the pharma sector against a backdrop of an industry-wide engineering skills shortage, Zenith is also investing in training future talent. The company has just made a record intake of more than 30 graduates from across Ireland, the UK, the US and Singapore.
Shea Fahy, HR director at Zenith commented: “Recruiting skilled and experienced staff is important for the future of our business and the growing adoption of technology in the life sciences space also demands engineers to ensure effective implementation and support solutions. We’re proud that our one-year graduate programme addresses the engineering skills gap head on, supporting the talent of the future.”
Graduates will benefit from an initial two-week induction and six-week mentoring session from experienced engineers, where they will learn to identify customer challenges and select the appropriate technological solutions.
“We have worked hard to build up a reputation as a trusted technology partner in the life sciences sector. Our employees have the opportunity to work with some of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world, with a structured approach to continued learning and development to enhance their engineering skillset.
“We are incredibly proud of the growth we have been able to achieve. We will continue to strengthen our ability to support our customers and by the end of this year, we expect to have doubled our headcount from 2014,” Fahy continued.
Zenith Technologies offers a variety of engineering career opportunities across its MES and automation solutions and has been recognised as a Great Place to Work 2017.
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