This latest jobs announcement comes a year after 200 jobs created in the mid-west
The mid-west region received a job boost today with the announcement of 60 new jobs at medical device company Vitalograph. The new positions will be at the company’s bases in Limerick and Clare.
The new jobs offered for the Irish bases include roles in clinical trial support, IT, finance and engineering. Vitalograph is also looking for 50 Data Processors. The new jobs aim to meet the company’s global demand for its products, which include the manufacturing of respiratory medical devices to diagnose and manage respiratory conditions. Its products are chosen by health professionals around the world. The company, which was set up in 1964, serves global markets in USA, UK, Ireland, Germany and Japan.
Today’s job announcement by Vitalograph comes a year after the company created 200 new positions in Ennis and Limerick, as part of a €10 million investment in their Irish bases.
Ambrose Downey, Chief People Officer at Vitalograph, commented: “Ireland’s leadership in the MedTech sector is well documented; we punch well above our weight. Vitalograph is no exception. This recruitment drive is a strategic move to meet the increasing global demand for our respiratory diagnostic solutions and clinical trial services.
“Vitalograph is having a meaningful impact tackling some of the world’s biggest healthcare challenges, and by building skilled teams, Vitalograph will be able reach its fullest potential.”
Caoimhe Moloney, Events and Communications Manager at the Limerick Chamber, spoke to Limerick Voice about Vitalograph: “Today is a great day for our region! Here at Limerick Chamber, we’re genuinely excited to hear about Vitalograph’s expansion in Limerick and Clare, bringing an impressive 60 new jobs. It’s not just about the numbers; it’s about what this means for our community. MedTech is more than an industry here – it’s part of our identity and our future.
“Vitalograph’s decision to grow here reaffirms our belief in the Midwest as a thriving hub for innovation and talent. We’re not just welcoming new job opportunities; we’re celebrating the continued vibrancy and prosperity they bring to our neighbourhoods. This is fantastic news for all of us in the Midwest, and we look forward to seeing the positive impact this expansion will have on our community. Congratulations to everyone involved!”
Vitalograph was recently nominated as a finalist in the Digital Health Innovation of the Year Award and will compete for the award against Deciphex and TriMedika on December 7 in Galway.