Google has revealed that its workforce here has grown to 6,000 in the past 12 months, an increase of 1,000.
3,000 of the staff are employed directly, with the balance on contract.
The company also said that has 250 open positions available at its Dublin based Europe, Middle East and Africa headquarters.
The Internet giant has also revealed that it has invested over €750m in capital assets here.
The news comes as the company officially opened its second data centre in Ireland.
The high security €150m facility at Grangecastle in Co Dublin houses servers which run many of Google's main products in the region, including the search engine, Gmail and Maps.
The new energy efficient data warehouse is situated beside its first centre, which opened in 2012.
It took a temporary team of 400 one year to build it, and 30 people will now be employed permanently to keep it running.
According to Google, the new facility uses advanced air-cooling systems that utilise Ireland's cool climate to keep the servers at the right temperature.
Google Ireland boss Ronan Harris launching the new data centre. He says Google committed to creating more jobs here. pic.twitter.com/WZyeFoCttZ— Will Goodbody (@willgoodbody) June 16, 2016
Head of Google in Ireland and Vice-President Ronan Harris said the company had continuously invested in Ireland since arriving here 13 years ago.
He said as the company grows globally Ireland will continue to benefit.
Martin Shanahan, IDA Ireland's chief executive, also welcomed the news of Google's expansion here, saying it was testament to the business environment and skills available in the country.