New jobs in Belfast and Doncaster

Technology company Dynamic Signal is set to hire 100 new staff in Belfast over the next three to four years as a result of new funding from Invest NI.

The new funding of £650k should see staff numbers rise from its current level of seven to more than 100. Steve Heyman, co-founder and chief operating officer of Dynamic Signal said: “We believe the skills available in the IT sector here, particularly in software development, and the quality of students graduating from third level education, makes this the right location for this new centre.”

Meanwhile, Doncaster-based mechanical and electrical engineering company Mech FS has opened a new Leeds office, creating roles for eight employees of LX Engineering (North) after the firm entered administration. 

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