Facing the Atlantic Ocean and only a short flight from all major European cities, we are one of the most multicultural countries in the world!
Our offices are located in Dublin, Cork, Galway and Belfast. These cities are vibrant, multi-cultural hubs.
There’s a thriving arts and performance scene with pop-up exhibitions and award-winning theatre productions. There’s also a real foodie vibe with lots of great restaurants and markets.
Just an hour’s flight away from London and with lots of the main cities of Europe under a couple of hours away, Ireland enjoys a close proximity to the rest of Europe.
Sports and social societies play a big role, whether it's watching or participating – we get involved and will encourage you too!
We’re known for being welcoming and good-humoured. There’s a strong sense of community here and a huge appetite for fun.
Dublin is a beautiful coastal city, with just a 30 minute train journey you can be surrounded by stunning scenery including mountains, lakes and seaside villages.
Galway mixes bohemian cool and traditional culture. You can walk the sea promenade, enjoy great music in vibrant pubs or take a boat trip to Aran Islands.
Cork is the food capital of Ireland. If you are looking to kiss the Blarney Stone or travel the Wild Atlantic Way, then Cork is where it all begins.
Belfast is home to the Titanic Quarter where the famous ship was built. A city with a rich history, a vibrant art scene and 5,000 acres of parkland and iconic coastline.
Ireland is a vibrant, multi-cultural, business hub
with a young population equipped with ambition and drive.
A rich heritage is waiting to be discovered
in our traditional music, food and culture.
We are surrounded by stunning scenery, from coastal harbour towns
to beaches, mountains and breathtaking lakes.
Put your experience to good use, learn new skills, build your network and thrive in a new country.
We have the largest revenues of the ‘big four’ in Ireland. With 3,000 staff, you’ll love working with our extraordinary people – they’re passionate, innovative and results driven.
Auditor of choice for private Irish businesses and public listed companies. Number one for Tax and Advisory. We operate across a multitude of sectors including:
We have a fantastic Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme, contributing over €1.2M annually through pro-bono work, cash donations and employee fundraising. Our employees volunteer to work on skills-based projects that harness the talents of our workforce.
We are active in our community, proudly supporting a range of programmes that positively impact inclusion and diversity.
It’s a real opportunity to work with exciting clients, help them grow and make a real difference. We advise almost all of the top 1,000 companies in Ireland.
Don’t take our word for it. Here’s what KPMG staff think.
I joined KPMG Hong Kong in 2012 and decided to have an international experience in Ireland to learn about another way to work in KPMG and to experience a different culture. In KPMG Ireland, I am given the autonomy with suitable supervision to complete challenging tasks. I also have had different opportunities to attend external events to broaden my network and connections. There is extensive support and guidance offered within the firm, which allowed me to settle quickly. Beside work, Ireland is a beautiful country with a lot of friendly and helpful people. The rest of Europe is easily accessible from Dublin, if one fancies a weekend trip.
Going on an international rotation to Dublin has been one of the most rewarding decisions I've made, on a professional and a personal level. This journey has provided countless new learning opportunities, from working with colleagues and clients of diverse backgrounds to gaining a new perspective from my peers. Like many others at the firm, I frequently say I love working at KPMG for the people and the culture, and the Dublin office is no exception.
I joined KPMG Deal Advisory department in Brazil in 2012, and envisaged the opportunity of joining a mobility programme to further develop my career and skills. KPMG Corporate Finance is the leading advisor in the infrastructure sector and M&A in Ireland (and globally), and has given me the opportunity to participate in high profile projects with relevant clients. Ireland is a thriving country and has one of the most dynamic business environments in Europe. It is also a hub to international companies and investors, attracting people from around the globe. Being in Dublin has enabled me to work in a challenging environment with top class professionals, leading business development opportunities and large scale projects.
I started working at KPMG South Africa a little over three years ago and, thanks to the KPMG Global Mobility programme, I have had the opportunity to work in Dublin and have just moved to Ireland for a two year secondment, as a manager in Risk Consulting. The Irish office provide services to a large variety of clients and I have had the opportunity to work on multiple projects that have allowed me to grow technically and professionally.I have enjoyed working with my new Irish colleagues and value their commitment to delivering on projects with efficiency and a high level of quality. They have also ensured that I have felt incredibly welcome in their beautiful country from the day I started. Ireland was a great choice!
‘Never arrive, never stop learning and growing’ is my mantra. In line with this mantra, an international experience was in the cards for me and when the opportunity to come to Ireland came up I was excited to take it up. Ireland’s vibrant economy and diverse culture has offered an opportune environment to further cultivate my knowledge in financial services audit. At KPMG Ireland, I have been positively challenged and exposed to new insights and knowledge. I am placed in an amazing team with great leadership where I feel valued, well mentored and fully integrated into the team. KPMG Ireland is a great choice.
The relocation and immigration process is managed from
end-to-end by the Ireland mobility team. Contact us today!
For more information please email Pauline Stucker, our Ireland Mobility Lead, or fill in the form below.