Enterprise Ireland is the government organisation responsible for the development and growth of Irish enterprises in world markets. We work in partnership with Irish enterprises to help them start, grow, innovate and win export sales in global markets. In this way, we support sustainable economic growth, regional development and secure employment.
Enterprise Ireland has a team of business and specialist advisers based in Ireland, who work with colleagues located in our international office network, to help Irish companies compete for and win international sales.
Enterprise Ireland clients are assigned a Development Adviser according to stage of development (e.g. start-up, established or high growth) and sector (e.g. food, pharmaceuticals, international services).
Other specialists work with clients to help them achieve global success, for example:
The Enterprise Ireland Board is responsible for setting the broad strategy and policies of Enterprise Ireland. It is responsible for the system of internal financial control and oversight responsibility for the activities of the organisation. The Board delegates to the management and sub-committees the responsibility for the implementation of these policies. Board Members are appointed by the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation.
Enterprise Ireland's Executive Committee is chaired by the Chief Executive Officer and is made up of the senior management team. The purpose of the Business Committee is to assist the CEO in carrying out her responsibilities in managing and controlling the administration and business of Enterprise Ireland. The Committee meets on a bi-monthly basis.
For information, go to careers within Enterprise Ireland.
For the latest job opportunities in Enterprise Ireland client companies, go to Client Jobs.
For information on Government job and training opportunities for jobseekers and employers, go to: Skills to Work.