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  • 1. Abrivia Recruitment Salary Survey 2011 "The companies that survive longest are the ones that work out what they uniquely can give to the world—not just growth or money but their excellence, their respect for others, or their ability to make people happy. Some call those things a soul." — Charles Handy www.abrivia.ie 1
  • 2. 2011 Contents Salary SurveyDIRECTORDonal OBriendonal@abrivia.ie Click Link Introduction 3 Outlook for 2011 4 Accountancy 5-7 Banking & Financial Services 8-9 Insurance & Actuarial 10 Legal & Compliance 11BUSINESSMANAGERS IT & Telecoms 12-14Robert Connollyrobert@abrivia.ie HR 15Cormac Moorecormac@abrivia.ieAnne Coleman Sales & Marketing 16-17anne@abrivia.ieJohn Mansell Support Services 18john@abrivia.ieRoss Wynneross@abrivia.ie What our clients say about us 20Contact us:00353 1 477 3155www.abrivia.ie 2
  • 3. 2011 Introduction Salary Survey Welcome Hi All, Welcome to Abrivia’s 2011 salary benchmark review. After much research (both quantitative and qualitative) we have collated and summarised the information in to our annual salary survey. We hope that the information contained herein is informative and provides you with an overview of what is happening in relation to salary movements and trends in the Irish job market. Once again we would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who participated and helped put the survey together. The salary survey is broken into the following areas which coincidentally mirror the service lines that we offer our clients: Professional Services Group Technical Services Group Commercial Services GroupDIRECTOR Accountancy IT Human ResourcesDonal OBrien Banking & FS Telecoms Salesdonal@abrivia.ie Insurance & Actuarial Marketing Legal & Compliance Office Support In 2010 we once again out grew our office space and moved into larger offices in Regus House, Dublin 2. We are also delighted to say that we doubled our headcount over the course of 2010 through a number of strategic senior hires into the business. We continued with our hiring strategy of typically attracting senior consultants into the business with a minimum of 7/10 years recruitment experience. We have also continued to hire consultants who are industry ‘experts’ in their fields. This maintains our competitive edge in terms of servicing our client’s needs in niche hiring areas while maintaining the quality of work that we consistently deliver to them. Many things make great companies. Their use of innovative technology, their investment in cutting edge research, the cost savings implemented through new capital expenditure projects. However the best piece of advice that we can offer any of our clients is to invest inBUSINESS their people. Identify and hire the best people in the market. Quite simply “the best people make the best companies”. When you come toMANAGERS making your hiring decisions in 2011, our team here in Abrivia will be waiting to support you through every step of the recruitment process...Robert Connollyrobert@abrivia.ie Warm regards,Cormac Moorecormac@abrivia.ieAnne Coleman Donal O’Brien MANAGING DIRECTORanne@abrivia.ieJohn Manselljohn@abrivia.ieRoss Wynneross@abrivia.ieContact us:00353 1 477 3155www.abrivia.ie 3
  • 4. 2011 Outlook for 2011 Salary Survey Outlook for 2011 We here in Abrivia are optimistic about the Irish recruitment market in 2011. We say this based on a number of factors. Internally we can point“it is as difficult to some of our own key indicators over 2010. Looking back over our own numbers during 2010 and comparing them to 2009 we found the following:today to hire st nd Category 2010 V’s 2009 1 half 2010 2 half 2010candidates as it Volume of Job Orders +22.5% +12% +33%was at the height Volume of Placements +30.25 +12.5% +48%of the “boom” in Placement Fees +14.2% +8.9% +19.5%mid 2007.” What the above table highlights clearly is that the 2010 recruitment market has been much stronger than that of 2009. As confidence in the Irish market increased throughout 2010, there was a corresponding growth in the levels of recruitment. In fact, the second half of 2010 actually showed stronger levels of activity than the first half of 2010. As proof of this, the volume of work that was being placed with Abrivia in the second half of 2010 was up 33%. We can also point to external economic indicators. November 2010 showed tax returns up. Surveys of leading company executives on the level of activity in their business showed growth. The jobless numbers fell and consumer confidence was up. The number of new cars registered in November of 2010 was over double the same time last year! The other positive is that the “traditional” manufacturing sector expanded its production in October. Better still the third quarter of 2010 (July/Aug/Sep) showed a 1.1% increase in GNP. This would amount to a 4.4% increase on an annual basis! However none of us are getting carried away with the above results just yet, as a large portion of this improvement is being driven by the export economy. So what does all this mean? Ireland is earning as much as it is spending for the first time since 2003. It also means that one of the longest recessions in the country’s history is well and truly over. So cautious optimism is the order of the day. Large industry in the country and particularly export led sectors will continue to show strong demand for recruitment services. However it may also be the case that Ireland has now a two tier economy. On the one hand we have the multinationals and large indigenous companies whose results and exports are surging ahead. On the other side consumer spending which is by far and away the largest part of the economy still remains subdued. Employer’s perspective Overall it is fair to say that particularly in the second half of 2010 we saw a surge in clients contacting us to help them with their hiring needs. We believe that the reasons for the large increase in volumes of recruitment were as follows: • Improvement in the economy – the economy returned to slight growth. • Employers had greater confidence in hiring given that they felt the “worst was over”. • A number of companies had “over rationalised” during the downturn. • After 2009 companies could now plan again knowing where the baseline point in the economy was. Therefore they felt more assured with regard to predicting future performance. The impression for clients is that there must be huge volumes of candidates in the market available for employment given the size of the live register. Unfortunately from an employer’s perspective the market couldn’t be more difficult at the moment in terms of attracting quality candidates into their businesses. Ironically now as we write this salary survey in January 2011, it is as difficult today to hire candidates as it was at the height of the “boom” in mid 2007. The reasons for this are as follows: • The majority of the ‘best’ candidates are actually still in employment save a very small percentage of people who were made redundant because of the sectors that they were working in. • Given the negative media coverage regarding the plight of the economy over the last 24 months a lot of candidates are genuinely not aware that there are still opportunities in the market. • Some candidates are genuinely afraid to change job because of “Last In First Out” (LIFO). Surprisingly an area that a number of employers have had to focus on more recently is staff retention. Some employers have lost mid and senior level employees to competitor companies because of promotion and salary freezes or even salary cuts. It has also been the case that companies are placing more emphasis on increasing staff morale. 4
  • 5. 2011 Accountancy Market Salary Survey INDUSTRY & COMMERCE TAXATION Like most sectors the I&C accountancy sector showed strong The tax market has to a large extent remained subdued in 2010. Whilst there“Base salaries growth in terms of the number of clients hiring. The have been some strategic moves in Practice at the Director/Partner level, by volume of work being placed with us would have peaked in the and large there have been few new roles created. Candidates that are ofstabilised in 2010 second half of 2010 in October. The majority of clients who were interest are typically those with excellent business development skills. 2010 hiring were multinationals and large indigenous companies. Client’s has seen the industry tax market continue to create positions forand in certain niche remain extremely discerning regarding the quality and backgrounds professionals with strong Corporate Tax backgrounds. This trend looks set tomarkets in Industry of candidates that they are looking to hire into their businesses, trying to match like for like background (FMCG into FMCG). continue into 2011, however, due to the size of the tax market industry there will not be a huge volume of roles. Those with personal tax backgrounds are& Commerce Base salaries stabilised in 2010 and in certain niche markets in finding the market quite tough but this situation will reverse as stable market conditions lead to firms having increased confidence to recruit.actually showed Industry & Commerce actually showed some upward movement. It is also interesting to note that a large number of companiessome upward expressed an intention to restore bonuses. Finally in what is a very FINANCIAL SERVICES Albeit coming from a low base at the beginning of 2009, the financial services positive trend, we saw a strong increase in the number of moremovement.” ‘junior’ finance professionals being hired by our clients. market saw a return to growth in 2010. The busiest areas within the Financial Services sector are the Insurance and Funds sectors. Given the increased emphasis on regulation, we have continued to see an increase in the number PUBLIC PRACTICE of regulatory and compliance positions created in the FS market. Some 2010 has been a year of consolidation in the practice market. Whilst candidates in the FS sector have looked to make strategic lateral moves out of cash flow is still a major issue for many firms the pace of their current roles in order to move into perceived more stable working redundancies has significantly reduced. It appears that most of the environments. streamlining in the sector occurred in 2009 and the early part of 2010. Following from this stabilisation the recruitment market ABOUT ABRIVIA ACCOUNTANCY has started to pick up, particularly in the second half of the year, The Director of the Abrivia Accountancy Selection Team is Donal O’Brien. with a lot of the larger firms starting to hire and some of the Donal trained as a Chartered Accountant with a Top 10 Accountancy firm medium sized firms also coming back to the market in the final quarter of 2010. Roles have been created across a variety of areas before working in recruitment. Whilst in recruitment he has handled senior including audit, corporate finance, advisory and corporate recovery. level appointments in industry, financial services and the practice sector. He It is also interesting to note that the expression “war on talent” has has also successfully designed and managed ‘bespoke’ advertising campaigns started to re-emerge. Many of the candidates that were made on behalf of clients. redundant or not retained "out of contract" have picked up positions in the industry and financial services markets. Ross Wynne is the Business Manager for Abrivia’s specialist Practice and Tax division. Ross has a number of years’ recruitment experience in the Practice This has led to a shortage of candidates with the relevant and Tax market where he has recruited for clients both locally and experience required by firms for the roles they wish to fill. Salaries internationally. He has developed an in-depth knowledge of the market and have also stabilised this year with little or no reduction on 2009 an extensive network of contacts particularly with the ‘Big 4’ and ‘Top 20’ levels. Heading into 2011 there initially will be little upward accountancy firms. movement on salaries but this may start to change as it becomes harder to source suitable candidates. INDUSTRY & COMMERCE Executive Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Finance Director €100,000 €200,000 €110,000 Head of Tax €100,000 €150,000 €110,000 Head of Internal Audit €90,0000 €140,000 €100,000 Financial Controller €65,000 €95,000 €75,000 Reporting Dublin Low Dublin High Regional FP & A Manager €62,000 €82,000 €70,000Contact us: Finance Manager €58,000 €72,000 €60,000 Project Accountant €50,000 €65,000 €50,000Donal O’Brien Group Accountant €45,000 €58,000 €50,000 Systems Accountant €44,000 €55,000 €48,000Accountancy Internal Audit Dublin Low Dublin High RegionalDirector Internal Audit Mngr €58,000 €70,000 €62,000 Internal Auditor €42,000 €50,000 €42,00000353(1)477 3154 Taxation Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Tax Manager €65,000 €85,000 €70,000 Tax Senior / Accountant €42,000 €55,000 €46,000donal@abrivia.ie 5
  • 6. 2011 Accountancy Market Salary Survey Part Qualified Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Financial Accountant €30,000 €42,000 €34,000 Assistant Accountant €28,000 €38,000 €30,000“The recruitment Trainee Accountant €21,000 €27,000 €21,000 Accounts Staff Dublin Low Dublin High Regionalmarket has started to Payroll Manager €40,000 €65,000 €42,000pick up, particularly Payroll Clerk €27,000 €32,000 €30,000in the second half of Credit Control Manager €44,000 €70,000 €42,000 Credit Controller €23,000 €34,000 €28,0002010 with a lot of the AP Manager €44,000 €65,000 €42,000larger firms starting AP Clerk €23,000 €35,000 €26,000to hire & some of the AR Clerk €23,000 €35,000 €26,000medium firms also Accounts Assistant €23,000 €35,000 €26,000coming back to the PUBLIC PRACTICEmarket” Audit | Assurance Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Partner €150,000 €250,000 €140,000 Director €80,000 €130,000 €80,000 Senior Manager €65,000 €85,000 €70,000 Manager €50,000 €65,000 €58,000 Senior €36,000 €46,000 €37,000 Semi-Senior / Finalist €25,000 €36,000 €28,000 Audit Junior €19,000 €25,000 €21,000 Trainee / Graduate €17,000 €23,000 €18,000 Tax Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Partner €150,000 €250,000 €150,000 Director €80,000 €140,000 €90,000 Senior Manager €65,000 €85,000 €75,000 Manager €50,000 €65,000 €58,000 Senior €38,000 €46,000 €40,000 Corporate Finance | TS Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Partner €160,000 €250,000 €150,000 Director €90,000 €140,000 €90,000 Senior Manager €65,000 €90,000 €75,000 Manager €50,000 €70,000 €68,000 Senior €42,000 €48,000 €42,000 Corporate Recovery Dublin Low Dublin High RegionalContact us: Partner €160,000 €250,000 €150,000 Director €85,000 €140,000 €90,000Ross Wynne Senior Manager €65,000 €90,000 €75,000Accountancy Practice Manager €50,000 €70,000 €58,000 Senior €42,000 €48,000 €42,00000353 1 402 9442ross@abrivia.ie 6
  • 7. 2011 Accountancy Market Salary Survey FINANCIAL SERVICES Executive Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Finance Director €100,000 €150,000 €110,000 Tax Director €100,000 €140,000 €100,000 Internal Audit Director €90,000 €120,000 €100,000“Albeit coming from a Finance Controller €70,000 €85,000 €70,000low base at the Reporting Dublin Low Dublin High Regionalbeginning of 2009, the Finance Manager €60,000 €70,000 €60,000 Product Accountant €58,000 €65,000 €60,000financial services Financial Accountant €42,000 €50,000 €45,000market saw a return to Management €42,000 €46,000 €42,000growth in 2010” Accountant Systems Accountant €48,000 €54,000 €46,000 Internal Audit Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Internal Audit Manager €65,000 €75,000 €65,000 Internal Auditor €44,000 €55,000 €45,000 Taxation Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Tax Manager €70,000 €80,000 €70,000 Tax Senior / €46,000 €55,000 €65,000 Accountant Treasury Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Treasury Manager €70,000 €80,000 €70,000 Treasury Accountant €48,000 €60,000 €52,000 Part Qualified Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Financial Accountant €32,000 €40,000 €35,000 Assistant Accountant €28,000 €33,000 €28,000 Trainee Accountant €22,000 €26,000 €23,000 Accounts Staff Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Payroll Manager €40,000 €65,000 €40,000 Payroll Clerk €28,000 €35,000 €27,000 Credit Control Manager €45,000 €75,000 €46,000 Credit Controller €25,000 €35,000 €25,000 AP Manager €45,000 €65,000 €45,000 AP Clerk €25,000 €35,000 €26,000 AR Clerk €25,000 €35,000 €26,000 Accounts Assistant €25,000 €35,000 €26,000Contact us:Donal O’BrienAccountancyDirector00353 1 477 3154donal@abrivia.ie 7
  • 8. 2011 Banking & Financial Services Salary Survey Market INTRODUCTION RECRUITMENT Whilst there were pockets of growth and recruitment within the Every quarter in 2010 saw an increase in the levels of recruitment, Banking & Finance market, this growth was highly sector specific in with figures for the fourth quarter significantly improved on the addition to lacking any great consistency. early part of the year.“Though there hasbeen a steady Though there has been a steady quarterly increase in the volume A total lack of progression in certain institutions in conjunction of recruitment, culminating in a strong final quarter, it is difficult to with job security were top concerns amongst candidates.quarterly increase in extrapolate what 2011 will bring given that much of the hiring was Movement has been stifled somewhat by candidates awaitingthe volume of related to restructuring, cost reduction, compliance and credit redundancy payments, but overall – motives were driven by the management. primary concerns of security and progression.recruitment,culminating in a MARKET OVERVIEW Without a doubt, the funds industry proved most robust out of any 2011 EXPECTATIONS It is expected that the trends seen in 2010 (gradual incrementalstrong final quarter, it area of Financial Services in 2010. Good levels of growth led increases in recruitment) will be largely echoed in 2011, with recruitment saw salaries amongst fund administrators, asset perhaps a greater emphasis on growth than in theis difficult to managers and related business’s hold steady throughout the last last two years as a reformed banking sector seeks to divide marketextrapolate what 2011 year, with certain areas seeing a slight increase. share in a highly altered climate.will bring” Corporate and Commercial banking were subdued this year but ABOUT ABRIVIA RECRUITMENT saw some recruitment with tight controls on salaries offered. The Abrivia banking recruitment team has been in existence since 2005 and has exposure handling sensitive high level appointments in addition to volume based projects or complicated hiring needs requiring a more experienced recruitment professional. Corporate / Private Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Banking Manager – Corporate €75,000 €100,000 €70 – 90,000 Banking Manager – Private €75,000 €100,000 €70 – 90,000 Banking Senior Equity Analyst €65,000 €80,000 €60 – 75,000 Credit Manager €50,000 €75,000 €45 – 75,000 Lending Manager €48,000 €65,000 €48 – 65,000 Lending Admin €25,000 €35,000 €22 – 35,000 Relationship Manager €50,000 €65,000 €40 – 60,000 Portfolio Admin €22,000 €38,000 €22 – 35,000 Credit Analyst €24,000 €32,000 €22 – 32,000 Commercial Banking Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Senior Commercial €50,000 €62,000 €45 – 60,000 Lender Senior Credit Analyst €35,000 €55,000 €35 – 55,000 Risk Manager €60,000 €75,000 €55 – 75,000 Risk Analyst €30,000 €45,000 €28 – 40,000Contact us: Senior Underwriter €32,000 €55,000 €32 – 50,000 Loan Administrator €24,000 €35,000 €22 – 32,000Abrivia Banking Team Mortgage Admin €22,000 €28,000 €22 – 28,000 Customer Service €23,000 €30,000 €23 – 28,000 Treasury Dublin Low Dublin High Regional00353 1 477 3156 Head of Treasury €70,000 €95,000 €70 – 95,000 Treasury Manager €50,000 €80,000 €50 – 75,000 Dealer €38,000 €60,000 €30 – 55,000 Settlement Supervisor €25,000 €35,000 €24 – 32,000robert@abrivia.ie 8
  • 9. 2011 Banking & Financial Services Salary Survey Market“Without a doubt, the Fund Services Dublin Low Dublin High Regionalfunds industry proved VP Fund Accounting €75,000 €95,000 €70 – 86,000 Fund Accounting €50,000 €70,000 €50 – 70,000most robust out of any Managerarea of Financial Senior Fund €33,000 €44,000 €33 – 40,000Services in 2010” Accountant Fund accountant €22,000 €34,000 €22 – 34,000 Shareholder Services Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Head of Shareholder €80,000 €105,000 €NA Services Shareholder Services €55,000 €70,000 €NA Manager Shareholder Services €28,000 €33,000 €25 – 33,000 Administrator Custody Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Head of Custody €70,000 €92,000 €78,000+ Custody Manager €60,000 €80,000 €60,000+ Custody Administrator €20,000 €32,000 €20,000+ Client Services Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Manager €55,000 €70,000 €55,000+ Supervisor €33,000 €54,000 €30,000+ Administrator €21,000 €28,000 €20,000+Contact us:Abrivia Banking Team00353 1 477 315600353 87 7741274robert@abrivia.ie 9
  • 10. 2011 Insurance & Actuarial Salary Survey Market 2010 SYNOPSIS CONCERNS & MOTIVATIONS The primary motivation seen within the Insurance sector was job“Though 2010 was not The Insurance market proved extremely resilient throughout security and progression. With a degree of uncertainty, many 2010 with a consistent level of recruitment, running contrary to candidates sought a more transparent employment future in their jobwithout difficulties, many other areas within Financial Services. search. Due to a lack of internal progression many individualsthe market maintained considered a move as a way to gain greater responsibilities, Although not a return to 2007 volumes of hiring, Ireland further without necessarily seeking significantly greater remuneration. This ishealthy buoyancy in emerged as a European operations centre for many international a trend that will likely discontinue in 2011, with a greater focus on salaries.certain areas.” insurers which promoted positive headcount growth. 2011 EXPECTATIONS MARKET OVERVIEW Feedback from our clients indicates that the volume of recruitment Though 2010 was not without difficulties, the market maintained may not increase in 2011, but more of our clients are likely to hire healthy buoyancy in certain areas. For the most part, candidates next year which should broaden the options available to in all areas indicated that there was a growth in relevant options candidates. Language requirements will continue to have greater available, but that the interview process was highly relevance in 2011 and more and more organisations are seeking competitive. Whilst the life industry remains subdued, baseline market specific qualifications as part of candidate profiles. expectations for 2011 are positive. ABOUT ABRIVIA INSURANCE SALARIES Abrivia Insurance has been established in the market for the last 6 years, with clients ranging from small to medium brokers to In key areas such as compliance, risk and actuarial – a shortage of large multinational insurers. Our experienced recruitment team candidates has led to some increases in benchmarked salaries. As is detail focused and prides itself on accurately matching a standard, remuneration remained constant with 2009, though profiles to requirements. some organisations reversed salary cuts from previous years. General Insurance Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Head of Claims €55,000 €65,000 €45,000 Underwriting Manager €50,000 €60,000 €48,000 Operations Manager €80,000 €115,000 €75,000 Claims Manager €38,000 €46,000 €35,000 Senior Underwriter €50,000 €68,000 €48,000 Risk Manager €55,000 €70,000 €50,000 Trainee Underwriter €25,000 €28,000 €25,000 Claims Handler €25,000 €34,000 €25,000 Loss adjuster €26,000 €40,000 €30,000 Life & Pensions Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Senior Pensions Cons €85,000 €120,000 €85000 Pensions Consultant €26,000 €34,000 €32000 Pensions Admin €28,000 €50,000 €26000 Life admin €25,000 €38,000 €24000 Policy Admin €48,000 €65,000 €45000 Actuarial Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Chief Actuary €111,000 €176,000 €105,000Contact us: Actuarial Manager €98,000 €125,000 €92,500 Pricing Specialist €85,000 €105,000 €80,000Insurance Team Qualified Actuary €80,000 €100,000 €65,000 NQ Actuary €65,000 €88,000 €48,000 Part Qual Actuary €48,000 €65,000 €45,000 Trainee Actuary €30,000 €45,000 €30,00000353 1 477 3156 Broking Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Corporate Broker (8+) €45,000 €100,000 €36,000 Corporate Broker (3-5) €30,000 €55,000 €28,000 Personal Lines Broker €34,000 €54,000 €30,000robert@abrivia.ie Account Executive €35,000 €50,000 €28,000 Account Handler €28,000 €40,000 €24,000 10
  • 11. 2011 Legal & Compliance Salary Survey Market INTRODUCTION • Investment Funds 2010 saw mixed fortunes for the legal market but an overall • Contract / Commercial Law improvement in the recruitment climate from 2009. Abrivia had • Insurance / Product Development received more instructions by July of 2010 than in the entirety of • Banking / Due Diligence / Lending 2009, a statistic which should prove heartening for an industry so • FS Regulation“Abrivia Legal had heavily impacted by the financial downturn. • Litigation / Insolvency / Debt Recoveryreceived more new MARKET OVERVIEW Overly burdensome workloads and below market remuneration wereinstructions by July of In terms of the practice market, 2010 started conservatively, with the two primary concerns indicated by candidates in 2010. When many firms opting to cross train fee earners and retain trainee’s considering a move, job security and fair remuneration were2010 than in the rather than hire externally. consistently the highest rated motivations, with available progression aentirety of 2009,” There were an estimated 1200 Solicitors unemployed at the start of close third. the year. We noticed a turning point in May as larger numbers 2011 EXPECTATIONS re-entered the work force, some creating opportunities within It is hard to predict what 2011 will bring. Despite minimal growth in industry by taking a more commercial approach to the provision 2010, the employment market improved dramatically over the course of legal services. Within the Compliance market, a significant level of of the year. With sustained albeit minimal growth in 2011, it is hiring occurred in 2010 as organisations sought to accommodate the reasonable to assume that the legal market should enjoy brighter greater level of external investigation and oversight. fortunes. Within many sectors, a broader more comprehensive regulatory framework should see a greater need for experienced Uniform downward salary reductions were reversed this year in Compliance professionals and Lawyers. On the turn side, with greater certain areas leading to a slight improvement in salary levels. financial pressure on companies and individuals in 2011, the Competition for candidates in niche or busy areas inflated salaries only professional services industry as a whole may see further restructuring by a very small amount. as to how experienced fee earners are remunerated. RECRUITMENT ABOUT ABRIVIA LEGAL & COMPLIANCE From a recruitment point of view, the In-House market produced Abrivia Legal & Compliance is managed by Robert Connolly LLB. Robert the lion’s share of appointments over the year, with Practice catching is well known and highly regarded within the legal market, combining up considerably in mid to late Q3 and Q4. his own background in Law with many years’ experience sourcing and The primary practice disciplines which saw increased levels of recruiting legal and compliance professionals. Our legal team advise recruitment were: Qualified Lawyers up to and including Partner level in addition to • Business Banking providing advice to Firms on Merger and Acquisition options • Corporate Restructuring / Corporate Insurance countrywide. • Investment Funds • Commercial Litigation / Insolvency / Debt Recovery We recruit for the Irish Practice market, in addition to Financial Services entities and commercial organisations and provide assistance, From an industry perspective, companies sought legal & compliance advice and recruitment solutions in a time sensitive and professionals with the following experience and disciplines: comprehensive manner. Practice Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Salary Partner €95,000 165,000 84,000 - 105,000 Senior Associate (5 – 9) €78,000 96,500 60,000 - 80,000 Associate (3 – 6) €62,500 88,000 48,000 - 74,000 PQE 1 – 3 €44,000 67,000 35,000 + NQ Solicitor €34,000 54,000 30,000 + Qual Co-Sec (5+) €45,000 65,000 40,000 + Qual Co-Sec (1-4) €35,000 45,000 30,000 + NQ Co-Sec €27,000 33,000 25,000 + In-House Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Head of Legal €95,000 155,000 80,000 – 110,000 General Counsel €78,000 115,000 65,000 – 94,000 Senior Counsel €60,000 90,000 60,000 – 80,000Contact us: Company Secretary €70,000 98,000 55,000 + Deputy Co-Sec €50,000 80,000 45,000+Robert Connolly LLB Compliance & Risk Dublin Low Dublin High RegionalLegal & Compliance Head of Compliance €90,000 €125,000 €100,000+ Compliance Manager €65,000 €88,000 €55,000+ Compliance Analyst €45,000 €56,000 €34,000+00353 1 477 3156 Chief Risk Officer €88,000 €115,000 €75,000+ Risk Manager €60,000 €85,000 €50,000+ Risk Officer €40,000 €54,000 €33,000+robert@abrivia.ie Solvency II Consultant €65,000 €88,000 €50,000+ 11
  • 12. 2011 IT Salary Survey Market INTRODUCTION In areas where the supply of candidates available was greater than“The candidate The IT industry appeared to have turned a corner in the second demand, such as in technical support, testing and project managementshortage in IT is half of 2009. This turn for the better continued unabated there were some minor increases in salaries, in some cases salaries throughout the whole of 2010. In fact, it accelerated substantially. remained stagnant from 2009.reflected by the With Ireland facing arguably the most challenging economic periodincrease in salaries in the history of the State, the future for the IT industry is very The IT contract market has experienced an almost Phoenix like robust and should comfortably navigate the choppy waters aheadover the last 12 facing the country. This positive outlook for the industry has been rise from the ashes in 2010 due to the shortage in IT candidates overall. The previous two years had seen many IT professionalsmonths.” reflected in the upward movement of salaries and daily rates for IT who historically contracted obtaining perceived security through professionals. permanent jobs. 2010 saw many of these people come back into the contract market and daily rates climbed steadily upwards as MARKET OVERVIEW the year progressed. Throughout the year there has been a belief amongst some 2011 EXPECTATIONS employers seeking resources, that quality IT staff are available in abundance. This is simply not true. IT professionals like everyone The indications for 2011 on a whole, looks bright for the IT else are nervous and reluctant to leave a secure permanent job industry. On a daily basis, multinationals as well as indigenous and as a result there has been a shortage of people available for firms with strong international client bases are announcing most role types. Added to the significant increase in the volume of significant increases in headcount for IT professionals. The buoyant IT roles open in 2010, this candidate shortage is marked in some IT market will lead to further increases in salaries and daily rates in cases, particularly for software developers. One of the biggest 2011. challenges facing the IT industry is now attracting quality IT professionals. ABOUT ABRIVIA IT AND TELECOMS RECRUITMENT Abrivia IT and Telecoms specialises in the placement of permanent and contract IT and Telecoms professionals across the public and The candidate shortage in IT is reflected by the increase in salaries private sectors with many of Ireland’s leading companies. over the last 12 months. Naturally, the skill-sets where there are fewest candidates available have seen the biggest movement in salaries. Experienced Java and .NET developers who have been on Abrivia IT and Telecoms is managed by Cormac Moore. Cormac, a the job market in 2010 have in many cases received up to 3 to 4 BComm graduate, has over 10 years experience in IT recruitment job offers and were in the fortunate position of negotiating salary with companies such as IBM, Sun Microsystems, Select Australia, IT increases, in some instances improving their salaries by over 20%. Alliance, Eden Recruitment and Verkom Recruitment. Having Business Intelligence/Datawarehousing Specialists could also be worked in internal recruitment roles, IT Management Consulting included in this category. People experienced in web technologies positions as well as with some of Ireland’s leading recruitment such as PHP, Python and Ruby on Rails also saw their salaries agencies, Cormac has a wide breath of experience and success in moving steadily upwards in 2010. Database helping organisations find key IT resources to drive their business Developers/Administrators, ERP/CRM Consultants and forward. Infrastructure Specialists in technologies such as Cisco and VMware also saw a solid increase in remuneration. Senior Appointments - Dublin Low Dublin High Regional PermanentContact us: CTO €90,000 €140,000 €100,000 Software Development €75,000 €120,000 €90,000Cormac Moore ManagerIT & Telecoms Programme Manager €70,000 €100,000 €80,000 Project Manager €50,000 €85,000 €65,00000353 1 477 3153 Infrastructure/Support €40,000 €80,000 €60,000 Managercormac@abrivia.ie Business Analyst €40,000 €70,000 €55,000 Systems Analyst €40,000 €70,000 €55,000 12
  • 13. 2011 IT Salary Survey Market Senior Appointments - Dublin Low Dublin High Regional“Throughout the year Contract CTO €500 €1,000 €800there has been a belief Software Development €400 €900 €650amongst some Manageremployers seeking Programme Manager €400 €800 €600resources, that qualityIT staff are available in Project Manager €300 €750 €500 Infrastructure/Support €250 €700 €450abundance. This is Managersimply not true.” Business Analyst €250 €600 €400 Systems Analyst €250 €600 €400 Development and Design Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Roles – Permanent Technical Architect €50,000 €100,000 €70,000 Java/J2EE €30,000 €80,000 €55,000 VB/.NET/C# €30,000 €80,000 €55,000 C/C++ €28,000 €60,000 €50,000 Oracle/SQL €30,000 €70,000 €50,000 Datawarehousing/Business €30,000 €80,000 €60,000 Intelligence Web Development €30,000 €65,000 €50,000 Mainframe €30,000 €60,000 €50,000 Development and Design Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Roles – Contract Technical Architect €400 €700 €500 Java/J2EE €250 €600 €400 VB/.NET/C# €250 €600 €400 C/C++ €250 €550 €400 Oracle/SQL €250 €600 €400 Datawarehousing / €250 €600 €400 Business Intelligence Web Development €200 €450 €300 Mainframe €200 €400 €300 Infrastructure/Support – Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Permanent Helpdesk/Desktop Support €25,000 €45,000 €35,000 Systems Administrator €30,000 €50,000 €40,000Contact us: UNIX/Linux Administrator €30,000 €60,000 €45,000Cormac Moore Network Specialist €30,000 €70,000 €55,000 Security Specialist €30,000 €70,000 €50,000IT & Telecoms Virtualisation Specialist €30,000 €70,000 €50,000 Database Administrator €30,000 €65,000 €50,00000353 1 477 3153cormac@abrivia.ie 13
  • 14. 2011 IT Salary Survey Market Infrastructure/Support – Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Contract Helpdesk/Desktop Support €150 €300 €250“The indications for Systems Administrator €200 €350 €3002011 on a whole, looksbright for the IT UNIX/Linux Administrator €250 €400 €350industry. On a daily Network Specialist €250 €450 €350basis, multinationals Security Specialist €250 €450 €350 Virtualisation Specialist €250 €450 €350as well as indigenous Database Administrator €250 €450 €250firms with strong ERP/CRM - Permanent Dublin Low Dublin High Regionalinternational client SAP Functional Consultant €35,000 €70,000 €55,000bases are announcing SAP ABAP Programmer €35,000 €65,000 €50,000significant increases in Oracle Financials Business €35,000 €70,000 €55,000 Analystheadcount for IT Oracle Financials Technical €35,000 €65,000 €50,000professionals” Consultant ERP (Other) Consultant €30,000 €60,000 €50,000 Navision Consultant €35,000 €70,000 €55,000 CRM Consultant €30,000 €65,000 €50,000 ERP/CRM - Contract Dublin Low Dublin High Regional SAP Functional Consultant €300 €600 €450 SAP ABAP Programmer €300 €600 €450 Oracle Financials Business €300 €600 €450 Analyst Oracle Financials Technical €300 €600 €450 Consultant ERP (Other) Consultant €250 €550 €400 Navision Consultant €300 €600 €450 CRM Consultant €300 €550 €400 QA/Testing/Localisation - Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Permanent Test/QA Manager €45,000 €65,000 €50,000 Test/QA Team Leader €200 €400 €350 QA Engineer €150 €350 €250 Localisation Engineer €100 €250 €200 QA/Testing/Localisation Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Contract ntract Test/QA Manager €250 €500 €400Contact us: Test/QA Team Leader €200 €400 €350 QA Engineer €150 €350 €250Cormac Moore Localisation Engineer €100 €250 €200IT & Telecoms00353 1 477 3153cormac@abrivia.ie 14
  • 15. 2011 Human Resources Salary Survey Market INTRODUCTION This trend is likely to continue with more organisations set to move 2010 has proven to be another difficult year for HR professionals to a cost focused Shared Services model. although on a positive note the job market saw a marked improvement in Q3 & Q4. The trend for contract and interim roles Another area which has shown improvement towards the latter experienced in 2009 has continued however there was a half of the year is that of strategic HR Consulting. Many of the high noticeable shift in the latter half of 2010 with organisations profile consulting firms are reporting increased workloads in“there was a showing increased confidence by offering permanent several areas such as Organisational Design & Development,noticeable shift in the opportunities. As always, the maternity cover market remains Change Management and Reward. relatively buoyant.latter half of 2010 2011 EXPECTATIONSwith organisations MARKET OVERVIEW The overall outlook for 2011, based on the recruitment levels forshowing increased The generalist HR market, at all levels, continues to be the most Q3 & Q4 2010, is a positive one with the upward trend of available challenging with candidate competition being high, particularly for roles continuing. However, competition for roles is likely to remainconfidence by offering sought after permanent roles. However certain specialist areas of robust.permanent the market have improved significantly. ABOUT ABRIVIA HRopportunities” RECRUITMENT Anne Coleman manages Abrivia’s Specialist HR Recruitment An increased demand for Compensation & Benefits Specialists and division. Anne has 10 years experience in the Recruitment & HR surprisingly Recruitment Specialists was demonstrated towards Industries, has managed the HR team within one of Ireland’s the end of the year, a general positive for the job market. Likewise largest recruitment consultancies and has also recently gained IR Managers continue to be sought after for specialist roles as experience within an HR Consultancy. Since establishing Abrivia’s organisations continue to downsize, restructure or outsource HR division in early 2010, Abrivia has become one of the top leading to union negotiations which require specialist skills. consultancies associated with recruiting for the HR profession in the Irish market. Many will be aware of the move to a HR Shared Services model by several large multinationals, which has created demand for Our HR division recruits for generalist and specialist HR roles, from individuals with expertise in the field and also multilingual HR Administrator to Director level and across the full spectrum of professionals for support roles. industries and sectors. Generalists Roles Dublin Low Dublin High Regional HR Director €80,000 €130,000 €90,000 HR Manager €55,000 €80,000 €65,000 HR Business Partner €50,000 €70,000 €60,000 HR Generalist €40,000 €55,000 €42,000 HR Officer €30,000 €38,000 €33,000 HR Administrator €22,000 €27,000 €25,000 Recruitment Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Manager €50,000 €70,000 €62,000 Specialist €30,000 €50,000 €40,000 Administrator €22, 000 €30, 000 €28, 000 Comps & Bens Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Manager €60,000 €80,000 €65,000 Specialist €40,000 €55,000 €45,000Contact us: L&D Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Manager €55,000 €75,000 €60,000Anne Coleman Specialist €35,000 €50,000 €45,000 HR Consulting Dublin Low Dublin High RegionalHR Division Manager €55,000 €75,000 €60,000 Senior Consultant €45,000 €55,000 €45,00000353 1 477 3155 Consultant €33, 000 €42, 000 €38, 000 Specialist Roles Dublin Low Dublin High Regionalanne@abrivia.ie Talent Manager €65,000 €80,000 €70,000 IR/ER Manager €70,000 €90,000 €75,000 OD Manager €70,000 €90,000 €75,000 15
  • 16. 2011 Sales & Marketing Salary Survey Market INTRODUCTION SALARY 2010 proved to be a much stronger sales recruitment market than 2009. This owed much to greater confidence across most industry Due to increased competitivness, base salaries for candidates with sectors with the exception of Construction. Employer’s attention proven track records are comparable to 2007 levels, despite difficult was less fixed on words like redeployment and redundancy and trading conditions in 2010. This is reflected within“New products more focussed on adding additional and specific hires that could the IT sector where there was an average 11% pay increase for high performance individuals in order to attract add value to the bottom line. Employees had less issues where job security, stability and permanency were involved. strong candidates into the business. Bonuses continued not to be guaranteed and are MARKET OVERVIEW typically measured on company, team and personal performance. There will continue to be a demand for high profile The strongest sector in terms of demand for Sales professionals sales professionals and new business developers. This trend has continues to be the IT sector. New products in technologies such as increased during 2010 due to the restructure of sales teams and cloud computing, SaaS and infrastructure will lead the increase in need for ‘hunter’ profile personality types. 2010 to continued demand for sales people with a rounded has also seen a higher demand for strong business and corporate knowledge of both new and legacy IT technologies. account managers as companies strive to retain their business in a highly competitive and cost conscious market. The Services, B2B and Pharmaceutical sectors continued to show strong positive growth throughout 2010. While we expect the ABOUT ABRIVIA SALES & MARKETING Services and B2B sectors to continue to show signs of growth in 2011 things are less certain in the Medical/Pharmaceutical sectors. The reduction in expenditure generally by the government may Abrivia Sales & Marketing is managed by John Mansell. John is have a knock on affect for the levels of recruitment in the Medical highly regarded across various industry sectors within the UK & sector specifically. As a by product of this the Pharmaceutical Ireland. John has been recruiting Sales & Marketing professionals sector may also show a gradual slow down. at all levels for almost 10 years. The Financial and Banking sector is still set to be uncertain for The Sales & Marketing team offer bespoke recruitment solutions most of 2011 compared to the Insurance industry where there have been strong signs of positive growth. to a range of indigenous and multinational clients across the whole island of Ireland (Dublin, Cork, Belfast, etc.). We have been retained Due to the further decline within the construction sector during by international clients to work on overseas recruitment 2010, there has been a significant reduction in sales and marketing engagements for the UK, Germany and the US. While we are a positions within this sector. Companies are only hiring if it is local recruitment consultancy we have a global reach. business critical or a replacement hire. IT Sector Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Sales Director €100,000 €160,000 €120,000 Sales Account Director €70,000 €100,000 €85,000 Sales Manager €55,000 €80,000 €60,000 Account Manager €38,000 €60,000 €43,000 Business Development €35,000 €55,000 €45,000 Manager Telesales €25,000 €32,000 €25,000 Marketing Director €75,000 €110,000 €80,000 Marketing Manager €60,000 €80,000 €65,000 Product / Brand Mngr €45,000 €70,000 €50,000 Marketing Executive €28,000 €50,000 €38,000 Services / B2B Sector Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Sales Director €100,000 €160,000 €130,000Contact us: National Sales Manager €75,000 €95,000 €80,000 Regional Sales Manager €55,000 €80,000 €64,000John Mansell Key Account Manager €45,000 €60,000 €48,000 Business Development €38,000 €50,000 €45,000Sales & Marketing Manager Telesales €25,000 €33,000 €26,00000353 1 477 3153 Marketing Director €75,000 €100,000 €80,000 Marketing Manager €55,000 €80,000 €55,000john@abrivia.ie Product / Brand Mngr €44,000 €65,000 €52,000 Marketing Executive €25,000 €50,000 €35,000 16
  • 17. 2011 Sales & Marketing Salary Survey Market FMCG Sector Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Sales Director €60,000 €80,000 €65,000 National Sales Manager €50,000 €70,000 €65,000“pay rises have been Regional Sales Manager €50,000 €60,000 €58,000 Key Account Manager €45,000 €55,000 €50,000offered to keep high Territory Manager €30,000 €45,000 €38,000performance Sales Representative €28,000 €37,000 €34,000individuals” Merchandiser €20,000 €27,000 €25,000 Van Sales €25,000 €35,000 €32,000 Marketing Manager €50,000 €70,000 €55,000 Brand Manager €45,000 €60,000 €50,000 Assistant Brand Mngr €35,000 €60,000 €45,000 Category Manager €45,000 €70,000 €55,000 Category Analyst €30,000 €50,000 €40,000 Medical / Pharma Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Sales Director €60,000 €90,000 €70,000 National Sales Manager €45,000 €70,000 €55,000 Account Manager €45,000 €55,000 €50,000 Business Development €37,000 €50,000 €40,000 Manager Sales Representative €28,000 €45,00 €37,000 Tele sales/marketing €25,000 €32,000 €25,000 Marketing Manager €54,000 €70,000 €60,000 Brand Manager €45,000 €65,000 €50,000 Product Manager €45,000 €75,000 €60,000 FS/ Insurance Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Account Manager €100,00 €110,000 €100,000 Area Sales Manager €60,000 €85,000 €80,000 Sales Manager €55,000 €80,000 €65,000 Business Development €50,000 €80,000 €60,000 Manager Sales Representative €42,000 €55,000 €47,000 Tele sales/marketing €25,000 €30,000 €25,000 Marketing Manager €50,000 €70,000 €65,000 Brand Manager €40,000 €65,000 €50,000 Product Manager €40,000 €80,000 €60,000 Construction & Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Engineering Sales Manager €40,000 €70,000 €35,000Contact us: Area Sales Manager €35,000 €50,000 €40,000 Business Development €32,000 €45,000 €40,000John Mansell ManagerSales & Marketing Sales Representative €32,000 €45,000 €40,000 Tele sales/marketing €22,000 €30,000 €23,00000353 1 477 3153 Marketing Manager €55,000 €70,000 €60,000 Marketing Executive €30,000 €50,000 €42,000john@abrivia.ie 17
  • 18. 2011 Office Support Salary Survey Market OFFICE & SUPPORT The outlook for 2011 is very positive. Obviously with very small“Another positive As a sector with one of the highest levels of turnover during the growth in the economy last year there were a significantly higher boom years of the “Celtic Tiger” and having enjoyed a steadytrend in the support increase in average salary levels, office support has also been one number of roles available to candidates. We expect the office support market in 2011 to remain strong offering good qualitysector is that a lot of the hardest hit sectors during 2009 and 2010. candidates opportunities for advancement in growing sectors.more clients in 2010 2010 has again been a difficult year for people working inhad the confidence to traditional office support positions. In certain sectors companies OFFICE SUPPORT TEAM are still rationalising. This has meant a focus on reducing costs inhire full time areas that are termed ‘support’. That said ‘every cloud has a silver Abrivia’s Office Support Selection Team have been providingpermanent lining”. With a small improvement in the economy the support recruitment solutions to multinationals, plc’s and Irish indigenousemployees” sector showed particularly during the second half of 2010 showed companies successfully for the last 6 years. Our team provide a a mark improvement. The number of new positions being placed range of innovative services including temporary, contract and with Abrivia was up 27% on 2009. Salaries also stabilised in 2010. permanent hires. Another positive trend in the support sector is that a lot more clients in 2010 had the confidence to hire full time permanent employees. Obviously this was a departure from the trend in 2009 which was to hire contract or temporary employees. Dublin Dublin Low Dublin High Regional Personal Assistants €30,000 €48,000 €35,000 Receptionist €20,000 €28,000 €23,000 Office / Admin Manager €30,000 €45,000 €30,000 Secretaries €20,000 €40,000 €26,000 Data Entry Clerks €20,000 €27,000 €22,000 Administrators €21,000 €33,000 €25,000 Office Clerk €20,000 €28,000 €22,000 Customer Services €20,000 €28,000 €24,000 Representatives Legal Secretaries €22,000 €34,000 €24,000Contact us:John MansellOffice Support00353 1 477 3159john@abrivia.ie 18
  • 19. WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY ABOUT US 2011 Salary SurveyDIRECTOR “I have worked with Abrivia recruitment for only a short “...Abrivia took the time to meet with us and to understand time but have found them to be an excellent and highly those needs. The candidates referred to us met our needs professional organisation. Refreshingly Abrivia took the and cut down significantly on wasted recruitment time.Donal OBrien time to meet with me and understand Adaptive Mobile asdonal@abrivia.ie an organization . Abrivia also followed up, making sure that we were satisfied with those we had hired and with the candidates to make When Abrivia submitted candidates for particular roles sure that their expectations had been met too. I have worked they fit the role exactly and each and every candidate with quite a few agencies over the years and would not submitted were worth talking to. In the 3 positions I have hesitate to recommend Abrivia as a recruitment partner.” filled so far through Abrivia I have completed only 6 interviews which means I am being presented with exactly Paul Lyons, Head of Change, Irish Progressive Services the right people for the positions, the search and selection International (IPSI) process has worked and I have not had to spend days or weeks weeding through inappropriate CV’s and talking to the wrong people. I will be working with Abrivia again in IPSI has provided full administrative support to client the future.” companies selling and distributing their products in various European territories, the list of which now includes Austria, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, John Hughes, Senior Vice President Operations. Adaptive Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland Mobile Ltd. (Liechtenstein) and the UK. Adaptive Mobile is the leading mobile security provider of unified customer protection for enterprises and individuals. IPSI employs than 135 people directly, but as an integral Adaptive Mobile was founded in 2003 and boasts some of subsidiary within a major Irish Financial Institution (Irish Life the worlds largest mobile operators as customers and the & Permanent Plc), has access to the approx 5,000 strong leading security and telecom equipment vendors as group resources and expertise in full support of its business partners. The company is headquartered in Dublin with needs. offices in the North America, Europe, South Africa, Middle East and Asia Pacific.BUSINESSMANAGERSRobert Connollyrobert@abrivia.ie "It was Abrivias professionalism and attention to detail that I found most refreshing. I found that the consultantsCormac Moore constantly made themselves available to be contacted and “Abrivia has provided us with 5 excellent sales candidates incormac@abrivia.ie always endeavoured to return any query in the most efficient and effective manner possible. I look forward to the last year. I would highly recommend their services.”Anne Coleman working with Abrivia in the near future again and I know that they will deliver what I am looking for." Derek Bryan – Sales Director Fleetmaticsanne@abrivia.ieJohn Mansell Ronnie Carroll - Director of Finance in OASIS Holdings FleetMatics is a rapidly growing venture backed telematicsjohn@abrivia.ie OASIS Group is the leading information management service company with significant mobile asset software experience dating back to 1998. The companys heritage began in theRoss Wynne specialist providing information .management for the information Ireland/UK market which led to rapid customer growth with age to leading companies and organisations throughout market entry into the USA in 2005.ross@abrivia.ie Great Britain, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. With offices in Ireland, UK and the US, FleetMatics is one of the fastest growing GPS fleet tracking companies in the world.Contact us: FleetMatics provides its customers with web-based software solutions to improve efficiency and reduce costs of all types of mobile assets.00353 1 477 3155www.abrivia.ie 20
  • 20. 2011 Salary Survey "When working in a fast paced dynamic business environment "I have worked with Abrivia to fill a number of high-end its essential that our recruitment partners understand our sales positions over the past 2 years. Abrivia are amongst st recruitment needs and send 1 class candidates that meet allDIRECTOR the best recruitment companies in the market. They are requirements first time round. I find Anne provides a very professional, meticulous, personable and they always get thorough service and gains an excellent understanding of our results.” needs, having place 2 HR candidates with us over the past 3Donal OBrien months."donal@abrivia.ie Peter O’Rourke - Manager - Professional Practices Division at Sage Group Ireland Ursula Kenny, HR Manager, Lionbridge The Sage brand is renowned around the world for excellent Employing over 4200 specialists in 26 countries, Lionbridge is customer service and first class products. Established in the leading provider of translation, development and testing 1999 with five people, we now employ over 200 in our solutions that enable clients to create, release, manage and Dublin offices serving over 40,000 customers. Sage Ireland maintain their technology applications and Web content is dedicated to providing business management software solutions to Irish businesses. globally.BUSINESSMANAGERSRobert Connolly "I have worked with Abrivia for many years. I believe that “I found Abrivia recruitment to be a highly professional they are a rare commodity within the recruitment industry. organisation with competent staff and management. I wasrobert@abrivia.ie They always do what they say they are going to do and I impressed by the quality of candidates Abrivia submitted forCormac Moore found them to be a pleasure to deal with. As a client my consideration. As I only received high calibre candidates that matched the job requirements it made the recruitmentcormac@abrivia.ie looking to recruit, the level of candidate put in front of me process a lot easier than it otherwise might have been. The was exceptional and again gave a service that exceeded myAnne Coleman expectation position was subsequently filled by a candidate submitted by Abrivia. Based on my experience, I would gladly work withanne@abrivia.ie Abrivia again.”John Mansell Head of Internal Audit – Multinational Food Companyjohn@abrivia.ie Regional Manager, Multinational Our client are a major multinational food companyRoss Wynne (Turnover c.€4 billion) with operations right across the Our client are a leading multinational that employ overross@abrivia.ie globe. They are growing through a combination of organic 20,000 employees worldwide in 120 different countries. They and acquisition strategies. are involved in supplying the construction industry worldwide with technologically superior products, systems and services which improve their customers productivity.Contact us:00353 1 477 3155www.abrivia.ie 21
  • 21. Our recruitment areas of specialism includeProfessional Services Group Technical Services Group Commercial Services GroupAccountancy IT Human ResourcesBanking & FS Telecoms SalesInsurance & Actuarial MarketingLegal & Compliance Office Support Abrivia Recruitment Specialist Regus House Harcourt Centre, Harcourt Road, Dublin 2 T: 01 4773155 @: info@Abrivia.ie E: donal@abrivia.ie W: www.abrivia.ie Abrivia Recruitment Specialists does not make any warranties or representations regarding the use, validity, accuracy or reliability of, or the result of the use of, or otherwise respecting, the content of this salary survey. The content of this salary survey is provided ‘as is’ without warranties of any kind either express or implied (including but not limited to fitness for purpose, merchantability, particular quality, etc.). Abrivia Recruitment Specialists will not be liable for any damage of any kind arising out of or relating to use of or inability to use this information, including but not limited to for incidental, indirect, punitive, special or consequential damage of any kind. The limitations stated in this disclaimer shall apply to the fullest extent possible, but shall not operate, be interpreted to or attempt to exclude or limit Abrivia Recruitment Specialist liability for death or personal injury caused by Abrivia Recruitment Specialists negligence or as otherwise prohibited by the applicable law. 22