Enisca Group takes on 29 new recruits in Cookstown

Northern Ireland’s engineering sector is to be boosted as a result of Cookstown-based Enisca Group taking on new staff.

Enisca, which works across the water and power sector, plans to bring in 29 new recruits by 2020, having secured a number of long-term framework contracts and renewing existing major contracts.

Regional development agency Invest Northern Ireland has offered Enisca employment, skills and marketing support of more than £260k, supporting the recruitment and training of the new recruits. 

The roles include management, engineers, graduates, designers, electricians and apprentices. Recruitment is underway, with several positions already filled.

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