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Join Autodesk's expansion in Dublin

We want you to be a part of our mission to imagine, design, and make a better world.

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Watch a sneak peek into life at Autodesk Dublin (2:27 min.)

Meet the team

Our colleagues share their experiences working at Autodesk and being part of the exciting growth in the Dublin office. As the hub for Autodesk EMEA, there are opportunities across R&D and engineering, finance, operations, technical support, client services, business development and more. Find out more about our team in Ireland and come shape the future with us.

Autodesk makes software for people who make things

If you’ve ever driven a high-performance car, admired a towering skyscraper, used a smartphone, or watched a great film, chances are you’ve experienced what Autodesk customers are doing with our software. Autodesk gives our users the power to make anything.

Our team in Dublin

We are the hub for Autodesk in EMEA. Our team covers R&D and engineering, as well as finance, operations, technical support, client services, and more. With over 30 different nationalities in the office, it’s an exciting time to be part of Autodesk’s Irish history.

Company history in Ireland

We opened our Dublin offices in January 2018 and have been growing ever since. The office is LEED certified, offering a spacious and lively space to work. Based on Windmill Lane, we’re a short walk from the River Liffey at SOBO District.

Ireland’s student community

Today’s challenges will be solved by tomorrow’s designers. Here’s how we’re collaborating with education in Ireland.

  • IDA Ireland CEO Martin Shanahan tries out BIM 360 with TU Dublin

    Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin)

    BSc (Hons) Architectural Technology students at the Dublin School of Architecture are getting real-world experience with Autodesk Revit and BIM 360 software.

    Courtesy of Maxwell Photography

  • Education and learning

    Galway Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT)

    GMIT joined forces with RPS to transform student learning in Building Information Modeling (BIM), providing necessary education and training to the wider industry.

  • Construction workers using scanning and measuring devices at a construction site.

    Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT)

    Students at WIT collaborated with the industry to gain new insights into evolving BIM design and construction practices.

WorldSkills Ireland

Students from local Irish universities competed in the BIM skills challenge to participate at the finals in Kazan, Russia.

Supporting success in education and beyond

Autodesk gives students, educators, and educational institutions free access to our software, creativity tools, and learning resources.

Expanding opportunities, leading change

Diversity fuels new ideas, creativity, and business growth. We’re committed to building a diverse and inclusive environment, welcoming all kinds of different backgrounds, perspectives, and beliefs. It’s our responsibility to create opportunities for as many people as possible to participate in the future of work.

A culture of impact

Our employees bring our vision of a better world to life.

SolarBuddy programme in the Irish office

Global month of impact

The Dublin team with their assembled solar lights for children in the developing world, part of the global SolarBuddy initiative.

The Dublin team participating in Techies4TempleStreet

Volunteering and donating

Employees regularly give time and money to causes close to their hearts. We support with donation matching and paid leave for volunteering.

Dublin team fundraising

Community matters

The team delivers local impact through volunteering in schools, fundraising for partner charities, and participating in the Techies4TempleStreet annually.

Employees can offer their expertise to nonprofits and start-ups

Pro bono programme

Through our pro bono programme, employees can apply their expertise when and where it’s needed for nonprofits and start-ups.

Design can change the world

We support our fellow Autodesk employees in a variety of ways to help them imagine, design, and make a better world.

Find the role for you in Ireland with Autodesk

Careers in Dublin

We welcome the new, seek out the unconventional, and embrace the ideas that change the way things are done. Whatever your background or experience, there could be a perfect role for you. Join our team in Dublin and come shape the future with us.

News and views

  • Autodesk CEO Andrew Anagnost

    Designing for the future

    CEO Andrew Anagnost talks to Silicon Republic on the future of design, automation, and construction, plus Autodesk's expansion in Ireland.

    Courtesy of Maxwell Photography

  • Martin Gurren in the Dublin office

    Career lessons and teamwork

    Martin Gurren shares his values leading the Dublin team, and his career journey with The Sunday Business Post (SBP).

    Courtesy of Fergal Phillips, Sunday Business Post

  • Autodesk CHRO Carmel Galvin

    The importance of culture

    CHRO Carmel Galvin discusses our culture evolution, maintaining close links with her Irish roots and our EMEA HQ with The Irish Times.

    Courtesy of Maxwell Photography

Explore the future of making

The Autodesk Technology Center in Boston


Discover how the nature of design is shifting

Redshift is a platform that explores the future of making: how products, buildings, and cities will be built tomorrow—and even 100 years from now.

The Cork Courthouse BAM renovated and extended


Irish customer stories

Machine learning helped builders at this engineering and construction firm improve construction quality at two recent projects in Cork—and reduce costs and safety risks.

Courtesy of Royal BAM Group

The Clonee Data Centre


Massive complex supported by 100% wind energy

Project general contractor uses BIM in the design construction of the Clonee Data Centre, designed to bring Facebook apps and services to people around the world.

Courtesy of Mace Technology Ireland