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Are you interested in all things Smart Cities? Want to solve urban challenges by researching, developing and deploying smart technology solutions in a business district?



Enable is seeking a suitably qualified, full-time candidate to work on a match funded collaborative project with Smart Sandyford to oversee the planning and implementation of the Smart Sandyford Programme.


The Smart Sandyford Programme is a new initiative that seeks to develop Sandyford Business
District as a ‘smart district’; engaging local commercial, public and residential communities;
implementing appropriate IT-dependent strategic initiatives and actively encouraging
entrepreneurial activity to support the vision of the Sandyford Business Improvement District


To establish Sandyford Business District as: The world class destination to work and reside. A vibrant community of businesses and residents with a unique identity. A place where living, working, shopping and spending leisure time is attractive, easy and positive.”


This role is co-funded by Enable and Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, in partnership with Smart Dublin and Sandyford Business District.


The successful candidate will be embedded in the Sandyford Business District and will  work with an ecosystem of industry partners, local communities, local government and academics, in order to research, develop and deploy smart city technology solutions in an urban business environment.


Full details of the position, including application procedures found here.


Closing date August 30th 2019.

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