Work as Airline Cabin Crew in Ireland

Aer Lingus recently launched their 2017  Cabin Crew recruitment campaign for their Dublin base. At Aer Lingus ,  cabin crew  can potentially earn between €1,700 and €1,900 monthly take home pay.

Cabin crew training is provided at their  in-house Training Academy, Iolar House, located in the heart of Dublin Airport. You get paid while you train

Throughout your training you will learn a wide range of topics from theoretical and practical components, health and safety procedures through to grooming and guest experience.

The training process is quite intense, both in theory and practice. After six weeks at the Aer Lingus Training Academy where you receive training in areas such as first aid, CPR, emergency landing and firefighting drills, you will officially become a member of Aer Lingus cabin crew

To be considered for cabin crew job at Aer Lingus you need to be :
Over 18 years of age
Eligible to live and work in the Republic of Ireland without restriction
Have 12 months experience in a face to face customer service/sales role
Be fluent in English, both spoken and written.
Hold a valid EEA passport allowing unrestricted worldwide travel
No tattoos/piercing visible when in Aer Lingus uniform
Flexibility to work shifts, unsociable hours, weekends, holidays and overnights

More details on Aer Lingus Cabin Crew Here


Ryanair also have Dublin based cabin crew . They outsource the cabin crew recruitment and training to 2 separate companies.

Dalmac is one training partner of Ryanair – you can see their Irish recruitment dates here

Training courses for Ryanair cabin crew are full-time, Monday-Friday, for a period of about 5-6 weeks. (Some evening and weekend training may be required.)

Trainees for Ryanair  have to pay a fee to be trained – and they are not cheap.

The cheapest option is to pay in Advance  – You end up having to pay a Registration Fee of €500.00  , course fee of €2,199.00 plus accommodation costs of €700.00   That’s a total of €3,399 – and if you don’t pass , none of it is refundable.

 

Working at Penneys at Christmas

Penneys is one of the big chains that take on a lot of staff to cope with the Christmas shopping period from late October to December or early January.

Penneys Christmas staff  will need to be available to work any day of the week and will be expected to work 5 days out of 7. You must also be willing to work every evening Monday to Saturday

The Christmas staff usually cover the busy periods – so the shifts might only be 4 hours per day. The most common shifts are between 4pm to 11pm and work will usually involve stocking and keeping things tidy (which can be a big job in a Penneys store).
Christmas staff duties will include keeping your section tidy (folding and sorting clothes ) and helping customers. You might also operate the tills when needed.
Pay will be close to the minimum wage.

There are Christmas vacancies in Dublin, Cork

You can find them here
All aplications are made online – When you have completed an application you will receive an email  within 48 hours to confirm that Penneys have received your application within . The store or area that you have applied to is able to see your details and the role that you have applied for on our system. If you’re unsuccessful you’ll receive an email to tell you as soon as possible. If you have applied to a store and have not received a response within 28 days, you should contact the store directly to follow up your application.

 

Christmas Jobs Argos Ireland 2016

Christmas work at Argos in Ireland  for 2016

Argos Ireland usually recruit as many as 500 part time staff  for the  busy Christmas period. It is a good place for students to get work during the Xmas holidays.
Most of the Christmas jobs at Argos are Customer Advisor roles.  One day you could be at the til,  the next in the stockrooms.
There are sometimes a few driving jobs  where you will be picking deliveries in the stockroom and taking them to customer doors in an Argos van.

Argos Ireland  is one of the largest retail employers in the country with around 1,400 employees.  Flexible hours are available. You may even enjoy it so much that you choose to apply for a permanent career with them  –  Argos  say they have a few managers in the business who started off   as Christmas temps!

Argos Christmas Jobs are open to anyone aged 16 or over. They expect you to be able to do at least 10 hours a week and it will help if you are available on Christmas Eve  , St Stephens Day and New Years Day.
You get  an immediate 10% staff  discount and a ‘thank you’ bonus if you complete the contract.

 If there are any Argos Ireland Christmas vacancies you can search for them and apply online HEREThe UK jobs get advertised first – the Irish vacancies go on a few weeks later. It will probably be mid October when the Irish jobs go online.




If you came here looking for  Argos online shopping in Ireland  –   you need to visit the Argos  Ireland Website . You can order larger items at Argos online for home delivery – but you have to collect most smaller items from your nearest Argos store . But – you can check stock and reserve items online to save you a wasted journey . Find loads of other great online shops that  deliver to Ireland at  ShoponlineIreland.com

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There are more than 30 Argos stores in Ireland  – most of them will probably have Christmas jobs available for 2016  – these are the  Argos  store locations in Ireland

Arklow Bridgewater Shopping Centre
Athlone Golden Island Shopping Centre
Ashbourne Retail Park
Carlow Fairgreen Retail Park
Castlebar Hopkins Road
Cork Blackpool Retail Park
Drogheda Retail Park, Donore Road
Dublin Jervis Street – Dublin
Dublin Liffey Valley Retail Park, Liffey Valley
Dublin Santry  Omni Park
Dublin Blanchardstown Retail Park
Dublin St. Stephens Green Shop. Centre,
Dublin – The Square Tallaght
Ilac Centre – Dublin
Nutgrove Centre Rathfarnham
Dublin Swords The Pavilions Shopping Centre
Dun Laoghaire Bloomfield Shopping Centre
Dundalk
Dundrum Town Centre
Galway Headford Road
Kilkenny 36 High Street
Killarney Deerpark Road
Limerick The Crescent
Limerick Cruises Street
Letterkenny Retail Park
Longford Red Cow Roundabout
Monaghan
Navan Shopping Centre
Portlaoise
Sligo Cleveragh Retail Park
Swords
Tralee The Horan Centre
Tullamore Retail Park
Waterford Great Georges Street
Wexford

Argos.ie

 

Future Job Vacancies in Ireland

Here are a few companies that have announced upcoming expansion plans in Ireland. If you are looking for a new jobs or a change of employer – it might be worth keeping an eye on these company’s websites for job vacancies in the coming months or into 2017.

Oneview Healthcare  – a  medical software company ,  has announced plans to hire 50 new staff this year in Dublin


MathWorks – this software company is to create 50 jobs, with the opening of a new sales and services centre in Galway.


Glanbia has announced 50 new positions in its 2017 graduate programme based in Dublin. More details here


GE Healthcare Cork   has announced plans to construct four new factories in Ringaskiddy creating 500 jobs by late 2018. Job vacancies here


Fazzi Healthcare is to open a new centre in Limerick, bringing 300 jobs to the City over the next five years. Careers Page


SoftwareONE  – a Dublin based technology firm has announced a major expansion creating 100 new jobs over the next three years.


Eir (Used to be Eircom) has announced the creation of 100 new jobs through KN Network Services over the next three months. The positions include poling crews, cabling technicians and fibre splicers. Jobs Page


Mallinckrodt The pharma company has announced 75 new positions at its new research and development facility in Blanchardstown over the next two years.


BioPharma Engineering  has announced it will create 70 new jobs over the next three years. 20 positions will be in the Cork office with the remaining 50 in Dublin.


Yroo The shopping search engine provider has announced plans to create 33 new jobs in Dublin  over the next three years. Linkedin Page

 

 

New Job? Form 12A replaced by Online Registration

Online Registration System for New Workers in Ireland


Revenue have a new online Jobs and Pensions Service  where you have to  register your new job or private pension.
It was officially launched on  12 September 2016 as part of the myAccount service on Revenue Online.

The Jobs and Pensions service replaces Form 12A, so employees must use this service when registering their first job in Ireland.
When you register – a tax credit certificate (TCC) will be  issued to both the employer and employee.

When should I Use this Service?

  • if you are starting your first job in Ireland
  • if you are changing jobs and the previous job has been ceased on Revenue records.
  • if you are starting a second or subsequent job (i.e. another job in addition to your  main job)
  • if you are starting to receive payments from a private pension (i.e. not a Department of Social Protection (DSP) pension).

If you are unable to use online services, you should contact your local Revenue office for help .

Once you have registered on Revenue’s MyAccount you will be able to  can access the new service here  Jobs and Pension

 

JobsIreland.ie replacing FAS Jobs

The new one stop service for Jobseekers in Ireland is called INTREO  and it provides access to information on job vacancies in Ireland  through the website www.jobsireland.ie.  This replacse the old FAS Job Bank or Jobseeker website.

JobsIreland.ie  is an online marketplace where Jobseekers and Employers can find information and profiles about prospective jobs and staff in Ireland and across Europe. JobsIreland also provides a database of Training courses to suit all needs.    JobsIreland.ie is run by the Department of Social Protection .

Jobseekers can run a quick job search by selecting a job sector, location or keywords to refine the search. You can register and  enter details of  your skills and experience and JobsIreland will match them against current vacancies and notify you of the results.

 

Jobs with Aldi in Ireland

Aldi’s continued success means that they  are opening more and more Aldi stores across the country.  This Autumn they will be opening new shops in Swords and Skibbereen . (Lets hope they have plenty of steak and spuds for the medal winning rowers !)

For each one of these stores Aldi will be looking for special individuals who share in the Aldi philosophy – hard work and great rewards. And remember, they begin recruiting for new stores prior to the opening date.

You may have heard certain rumours about working at Aldi. Things like; you have to memorise all the prices in the store, you have to sort out and pay your own tax at the end of the year, or you have to work 7 days a week! All of these are absolute nonsense.

Of course working at Aldi is hard work but it is also hugely rewarding. The hours are flexible, the work is challenging but fun, you will have a supportive team with you, undergo high levels of training and be rewarded with a generous salary.

Aldi say they are constantly looking for new recruits across the country, so feel free to apply for any location.

Laura thoroughly enjoyed the Aldi Graduate Area Manager Programme, and recommends other graduates to apply for the scheme: “Being an Area Manager is really enjoyable and the diversity of the role is one of the best parts. You’ll work with a variety of different people and personalities, and be expected to use your own initiative while demonstrating leadership. It’s all about adapting and being able to relate to different people so you can achieve high levels of success.”

Aldi recruit several graduates who become  fully trained to Area Management level within a year, running tores and managing staff  people. The Aldi Graduate Area Manager Programme also offers  competitive rewards and excellent career progression.

 

Apply Below for Aldi Jobs in Ireland

Aldi Jobs Ireland

 

Christmas Jobs Marks and Spencer Ireland

Marks and Spencers Ireland always hire extra staff for the busy Christmas period. They are expected to create about 400 seasonal jobs, in the run-up to Christmas 2016 . The  Christmas jobs are available from September through to the New Year.

The UK M&S website has all the UK store vacancies – including Northern Ireland – but Republic of Ireland vacancies are not listed.

You can visit the Marks and Spencer Ireland website here and click on the “Recruitment”  link at the bottom of the page – where you will find some useful information about M&S and what is expected of applicants.  But – you cannot apply for jobs in Ireland online – you need to telephone Marks and Spencer

Some information about working at Marks and Spencers

M&S say that their  Customer Assistants ” make them who they  are.

“Because it’s their job to give every single customer that unique M&S experience – and every reason to keep coming back. So, whether you’re helping find the perfect product or making sure it’s in stock and displayed beautifully, you’ll be putting a smile on our customers’ faces.”

A  customer assistant role will involve helping find the right products for customers ,  managing stock, getting new lines out on the shop floor, supervising the fitting rooms, and providing service at the tills.

M&S look for people with the ability to  keep customers happy. Which means  having the confidence and approachability to deal with all kinds of people.
You will also need to show  flair for tailoring the perfect service for each customer at busy times – which will need a cool head and lots of enthusiasm.

Staff get 20% discount and    flexible shift patterns to suit you.
Applicants should be prepared to work evenings, weekends as well as bank holidays over the Christmas and New Year period.

For Marks and Spencer jobs in the Republic of Ireland, you have to call  the direct recruitment line on 01 8728833 for more information.

Find more about Marks and Spencer locations in Ireland Here

More Christmas Jobs Here

 

Make Money From Answering Surveys in Ireland

A market research company are  looking for Irish people aged  over 16 to join their online consumer panel. (Work From Home)
It’s simple- and free to register. All surveys are done online from the comfort of your own home or local coffee shop with free WiFi !  . Participants get rewards for most of the surveys – These rewards may be cash  (via Paypal) or online gift vouchers .

You will be asked to complete online surveys about various products. These  surveys are then  used by companies to help develop new products and advertising  campaigns.

If you are out of work – it’s an easy way to help beat the boredom and maybe get something in return.  You could be a stay at home mum or dad looking to make a bit of extra cash for the Holidays  or to help pay the bills ? It’s not a proper job – you won’t make a living from it –  but  every little helps!

Join here today !    MySurvey

 

Free Training Courses for the Unemployed

Skillnets is a scheme that provides free training courses to jobseekers in areas of skills shortages.  Under Skillnets – groups of companies with similar training needs set up training networks and offer courses to jobseekers .
Skillnets mission  is the “promotion and facilitation of work-based training and upskilling as key elements in sustaining Ireland’s national competitiveness.”

Skillnets was established in 1999 and is funded from the National Training Fund (NTF) through the Department of Education and Skills (DES).  At the start of 2016 there were over 12,000 businesses in Ireland  involved in Skillnets training programmes

Courses are offered in a variety of sectors including:
• IT
• Healthcare
• Design
• Retail
• Manufacturing
• Engineering
• International financial services
• Pharmaceutical
• Agriculture

You can find out more about the courses available here : http://www.skillnets.ie/training