Malone Engineering Creates 30 New Jobs

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD today announced the creation of 30 new jobs at Malone Engineering in Blanchardstown Corporate Park, Dublin 15. These new roles, for which graduates in engineering and health and safety would be particularly suitable, will increase the number of staff from 15 to 45 in Malone Engineering.

Malone Engineering was founded by Stephen Malone in 1999 and the company operates from a 6,000 square foot headquarters in the Dublin 15. It was established with the objective of providing professional project services, with a particular focus on client and operational considerations. Today, they provide engineering design, project management, safety management and turnkey project solutions to the pharmaceutical, food and drink, industrial, educational, healthcare and banking sectors among others in Ireland, Canada, the UK and the US. The company’s safety department works closely with the engineering function as well as offering discrete safety services.

Making the announcement Minister Richard Bruton said,

“A key part of the Government’s plan for jobs and growth is developing a strong engine of indigenous business. Irish engineering companies in particular have the capacity to make a major contribution to a jobs-rich recovery, and that is why we are implementing measures such as the €150million development capital scheme to address the needs of companies like this. It gives me great pleasure today to announce that Malone Engineering will create thirty additional positions resulting in a trebling of their workforce. I am determined that with strong implementation of good policies we can provide better and better support to companies like this so that they can continue to grow and create the jobs we need”.

Speaking at the announcement today, Stephen Malone, CEO Malone Engineering said “This announcement of the creation of 30 new jobs is tangible evidence of the success of Malone Engineering over the recent past, in a very difficult trading environment. In recent times our customers have asked that we help them do more with less. We have had to find ways to make them more efficient, more effective. If we can produce our pharmaceuticals, foods, beverages and energy more efficiently, we can stimulate demand and growth, ultimately creating more jobs.”

“We have grown Malone Engineering steadily over the last 14 years, and in the last 2 years we have invested in the right people, in the right kinds of qualifications and accreditations and the right kind of infrastructure that enables us to be highly flexible and innovative while being pragmatic and understanding of our customer’s needs.   We will continue to invest, because we believe in the future and we are ready for the economy to improve and for the next phase of growth – ours and our clients,” Stephen added.

Stephen Malone originally worked in production for large multi-national companies and it was this experience that led him to the foundation of Malone Engineering. He has successfully grown the company over the past 14 years and will shortly open a second office in the UK. The company is constantly looking for new avenues of expansion and is currently engaged in market research in Canada. Malone Engineering’s expertise lies in executing design in actual operating environments. The vision at the outset was to build a company that would be associated with successful projects in real operating environments. The vision has developed along the way, but Malone Engineering still produce smart designs that work effectively and provide real value for money. Their goal has been to do everything more efficiently in every sector in which they operate from pharmaceuticals and foods to beverages and energy. In the last 2 years, while competitors were downsizing, Malone Engineering continued to invest in highly qualified people along with infrastructure and accreditations.

The available positions will primarily be targeted at chartered engineers and health and safety professionals. For more information please contact our HR manager, Gillian Parke, at