IT Vacancies –Developers and Architects

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We are seeking to appoint talented individuals to the Development and IT Architecture teams in our Information Technology (IT) department.

A career in Development or IT Architecture will enable you to work with experienced, multi-disciplinary teams. Your colleagues will include project managers, business analysts, developers, IT architects, and security, infrastructure and service specialists.

As a developer, you will get to develop and deliver a diverse range of technical solutions. You will also gain exposure to a wide variety of technologies and challenging projects.

As an IT architect, you will build and design technology solutions aligned to business needs and IT strategies. Our IT architecture roles include enterprise, data and solution architects.

Central Bank of Ireland’s core development technologies are C#, .NET and SQL Server. We’ve also recently introduced Angular, Microsoft Dynamic CRM and Power BI, and we welcome applications from developers or architects who have experience in these technologies.

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What We Can Offer

There are many great reasons to work at Central Bank of Ireland – from life-long learning and serving the public interest to a personal sense of achievement.

We place value on our people:

  • Having a career they believe in
  • Achieving their professional and personal potential
  • Building relationships that enhance their day-to-day experiences.

We can offer you:

  • A competitive salary
  • Defined benefit pension scheme
  • Excellent learning and development opportunities
  • Clear career paths
  • A positive and collaborative work environment and culture.

We are a member of the European System of Central Banks. This can present opportunities for our people to participate in EU working groups/forums and European secondments.

Learn more about the benefits of working at the Central Bank

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What We're Looking For

Across all roles, we are seeking people who have:

  • Strong problem-solving skills, with the ability to break complex problems down to their component parts
  • Strong analytical thinking and information-seeking skills
  • An enthusiastic and collaborative approach to their work, and are keen to learn and build a career in the Central Bank’s IT department.

 For detailed information on our individual roles, please see specific links in our “Apply” section.

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What You Can Expect


Working in Development will involve:

  • Utilising the full Microsoft technology stack on diverse projects to support the organisation’s needs
  • Identifying opportunities for continuous improvement and feeding these into the appropriate processes
  • Learning new skills in the latest technologies, with a forward-looking perspective on trends in IT practice and strategy
  • Working with various SDLC methodologies
  • Collaborating with business and IT colleagues to develop technical solutions that meet business needs
  • Leveraging existing skills and experience while learning new methodologies and techniques
  • Building a career in a challenging, fast-moving, supportive environment where learning is central to everything we do.

Enterprise, Data and Solution Architects

Working in IT Architecture will involve:

  • Building and designing solutions to meet business requirements and align with IT strategy and architecture
  • Developing enterprise-wide solutions for complex and high-profile projects
  • Working on a broad range of projects where you can use your experience and existing skills while learning new methodologies and techniques
  • Designing and implementing IT architectural practices and policies
  • Collaborating with IT and business stakeholders and providing advice to help deliver projects
  • Helping to embed a culture of continuous improvement in the IT Architecture team by looking for and driving improvements
  • Keeping abreast of developments in the IT industry and banking sector
  • Building a career in a challenging, fast-moving, supportive environment where learning is central to everything we do.

Find out more about what life at the Central Bank might mean for you.

Laura Kelly


We are seeking candidates for multiple  roles:

The closing date for applications is 27 February 2019.

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Our Selection Process

We expect the selection process for these roles to take place between February and March 2019. We will shortlist candidates based on how their application demonstrates the skills, experience and motivation we are seeking. The overall selection processes may include psychometric testing, competency-based panel interviews and candidate presentations.

Any Questions?

If you have any queries, please contact Anne-Marie Murphy on +353 (0)1 224 4567 or email

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