Pharma group Mallinckrodt creates jobs at new Dublin centre

US pharma group Mallinckrodt is to create up to 45 jobs at a new Dublin-based global medical device engineering centre.

The Irish Times reports the centre, located at Blanchardstown, Dublin, which opens today, is recruiting across a range of disciplines including product design, core electronics, electro-mechanical engineering and software development.

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