TTM Healthcare announces 100 new jobs as part of €5 million expansion

Ireland’s leading independent specialist healthcare recruiter, TTM Healthcare Group, today, Monday 24 November, announces a major expansion of its Irish and international operations, creating 100 new jobs as part of a €5 million investment in its business.  The majority of the jobs will be located in Ennis, Co. Clare but some will also support TTM’s offices in Cork, Dublin, London, Preston and Berlin. 

TTM Healthcare was founded in Co. Clare in 2002 by CEO Brian Crowley.  Based on continued growth both domestically and internationally, the company is now expanding its operations with an investment of €5 million supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through Enterprise Ireland.

The 100 new positions, which will be created over the next three years, will be a mix of compliance and recruitment consultants, as well as sales professionals based in Ennis, Cork, Dublin, London, Preston and Berlin and include a number of permanent healthcare professional roles being created in TTM’s healthcare services division.  TTM Healthcare currently employs 190 permanent staff and 900 professional healthcare contractors. 

TTM Healthcare is one of the largest recruitment agencies in the country and the expansion announced today will see TTM open a new office in Cork, adding to its existing network of Irish offices in Ennis and Dublin. The company is also developing a presence in the west and midlands. 

In addition to expanding its operations in the UK and Germany, TTM will also establish a presence for the company in the Middle East in the coming months by opening an office in Abu Dhabi to service the rapidly expanding UAE market. 

Recruitment for the new positions has started and interested candidates can visit Careers at TTM Healthcare for more details or can e-mail a cover letter and CV to the HR manager with details of type of position of interest to hr@ttmhealthcare.com or call +353 65 6896212 for more details or a confidential discussion.