US software corporation Autodesk is to create 200 new jobs in Dublin.
It is part of an expansion of its headquarters in the capital.
The new roles will be across several areas including engineering, technical support, finance, HR, operations and sales.
Autodesk established a presence on Dublin's Windmill Lane in early 2018.
It has since grown the site to over 200 people, representing 30 different nationalities.
The company says it plans to continue increasing the headcount - with up to 400 people to support the company's development in Ireland.
Its software is used to build high-performance cars, skyscrapers, smartphones and some of the most popular box office films.
The company's software was also used to design some of Ireland's most iconic buildings - including the Guinness Storehouse, the Central Bank of Ireland, the Samuel Beckett Bridge and the Dublin Spire.
Recruitment has begun for the new roles - which are expected to be filled over the coming years.
The firm is also growing a new team of marketing and business development representatives in Dublin for construction solutions, supporting the EMEA business.
In addition, the company has expanded its office space across an additional floor at its Windmill Lane office.
The expansion is supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through IDA Ireland.
Martin Gurren, Dublin site leader at Autodesk, said: "As a result of our continued success in developing our solutions and customer base, both in Ireland and globally, we are expanding our Dublin operation with more office space and the creation of new jobs to support our customers to imagine, design and make a better world.
"To ensure that we can continue to supply our global customers, we need to attract and retain the right talent to our Dublin team.
"Serving our local and global markets, we are looking for people with skills across engineering, finance, operations, sales and client services to join our energetic, talented and dedicated Dublin team."
Main image: Construction on the Boland's Quay project in Dublin's Docklands district, in which Autodesk is involved | Image: Royal BAM Group/Autodesk