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We’re Hiring – Junior Developers Wanted

Build the solutions that power the future of business with our team. You will face a dynamic environment to develop skills and take on new challenges within the team. Galway Full-time Salary: €25,000.00 /year Starting rate of €25,000 - €30,000 per annum depending on experience, 6 month probationary [...]

By |2019-07-10T13:38:23+00:00July 10th, 2019|Careers, CGA News|

We’re Hiring – Customer Support Agent Wanted

If you would like to be part of a team that build and support innovative solutions for multiple industries on a global scale then SEND us your CV now. Customer Support Agent Galway Full-time Salary: €25,000.00 /year CGA Technology are recruiting an English Speaking Customer Support Agent for our off [...]

By |2019-07-10T13:34:57+00:00July 10th, 2019|Careers, CGA News|

New Developer Role – Data Visualisation & AI

CGA Technology is delighted to announce the opening of a new role to work in an 18-month research project for the development of our data visualisation and the exploration of AI capability with the current Flex Manager data set. This role is in partnership with Intertrade Ireland and Ulster Universi [...]

By |2019-04-11T08:18:11+00:00April 11th, 2019|Careers, CGA News, New Developments, News|

Northern Ireland : Workplace accidents increase by 30 per cent in a year

The number of workplace deaths in Northern Ireland has risen by more than 30 per cent in the past year, it has emerged. Investigators at the Health and Safety Executive (HSENI) confirmed that 16 people were killed doing their job during 2016/17 compared with 12 the previous year. Farming related acc [...]

UK : Scaffolders fined £26k after untrained worker’s fall

A scaffolding company has been up in court after a worker fractured his skull in a fall and lost his sight in one eye. Bristol Magistrates’ Court heard how an employee of RJ Scaffolding (Bristol) Ltd had to be put into an induced coma for two weeks after falling more than six metres from the scaffol [...]

OZ : Workplace death leads to manslaughter charge

Police have charged a man after a worker died following an incident on a Springfield Lakes construction site earlier this year. A 24-year-old Yarrabilba man, Neil Edward Norris, was on Tuesday charged with one count of manslaughter following Workplace Health and Safety investigations. Just before 2p [...]

Workplace Accident Statistics – Twenty people killed in farm accidents last year

Health and Safety report shows 45 people died in workplace incidents in 2016 Twenty people were killed in accidents on Irish farms last year, more than double the number of workplace fatalities in any other sector. The number of workplace fatalities in the agricultural sector is up from 18 recorded [...]

Co Tyrone councillor injured in forklift workplace accident

A Castlederg Sinn Féin councillor remains in hospital after suffering serious injuries in a workplace accident involving a forklift and metal cage. Kieran McGuire (40) from Aghyaran was transferred to an Intensive Care Unit at Altnagelvin hospital in Derry after undergoing surgery for a broken ankle [...]

Galway firm fined €22,500 after fatal workplace incident

A Galway company has been fined a total of €22,500 after pleading guilty to breaches of health and safety regulations, following the death of an employee in 2015. Forde Dismantlers Limited is based in Corrandulla, Co Galway. The charge against the firm was brought after an investigation by the Healt [...]

National Broadband Plan could bring 2,600 jobs to rural Ireland

Universal rural broadband connectivity in Ireland would generate 2,600 new direct and indirect jobs, Engineers Ireland has claimed. In its latest report – ‘The State of Ireland 2017 – A Review of Infrastructure in Ireland’ – Engineers Ireland also calls on the Irish Government to establish a single [...]