Wednesday, May 22, 2024

100 Jobs Announced at US Healthcare Business

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With the addition of these positions, the US healthcare services corporation will have 310 workers overall by year’s end—three years after opening its Innovation Centre, funded by IDA, at the National Technology Park in Limerick.

As part of the most recent expansion, hiring is already underway for a variety of roles in Product Management, Data Science, Data Engineering, and Data Analysis.

“We launched in Ireland in late 2021 seeking to tap into the rich R&D ecosystem here to help solve the challenges to achieving full and complete care, and our Irish operations are contributing very positively to this aim,” said Rajat Puri, our chief operating officer.

“We’ve steadily grown our presence and activities here and today is a statement of our intent to continue to grow our exceptional talent pool in Ireland,” he stated.

John Shaw, Chief Country Executive of Carelon Global Solutions Ireland, stated, “We’re quite proud of what we’ve accomplished here. Our team’s daily work involves assembling a varied and skilled group of health IT innovators in Ireland with the goal of shaping the future of linked healthcare, as that is our original purpose for coming here.”

According to Mr. Shaw, the organisation is dedicated to creating a staff that is inclusive and diverse in addition to having cutting edge talents.

In order to achieve gender equality by the end of the year, the team comprises more than 60% of “new Irish,” who are recruited from 32 different countries. The gender breakdown is 48% to 52% female to male.

We think that variety and innovation are closely related, thus it gives us great satisfaction to be able to put together this blend. It really well positions us for the future.”

Minister of State Neale Richmond of the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment welcomed the news in Limerick, saying, “Carelon is further evidence of the rich R&D skills pool available in Ireland.” Carelon’s success in this area is evidence of the government’s focus on fostering an environment in Ireland that encourages investment and growth.”

According to Michael Lohan, CEO of IDA Ireland, the news of 100 new jobs strengthens Ireland’s standing as a centre for healthcare solutions.

“Carelon’s commitment to growth not only bolsters the local economy but also highlights the attractiveness of Ireland as a destination for top talent and investment in the healthcare sector,” he stated.

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