Busking Work in Ireland

Wanted: Musicians , jugglers, magicians etc – to work as Buskers – for yourself in any Irish town busking on the streets. Hours to suit you – day or evening work available. Part time or full time. Self employed – paid in cash. You sort out your own tax affairs! It is not illegal in […]
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Job Vacancies at NAMA

NAMA Ireland – the National Asset Management Agency is part of the   National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) NAMA was established in 2009 as a key part of Ireland’s response to its banking and property crisis. NAMA acquired commercial and residential property loans with a nominal value of over €74bn from five financial institutions. In purchasing […]
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Surf Instructor Summer Job Ireland

Surf Instructor /Summer Season 2012 – Kerry Beaches/B Licences Description:  A Qualified Surf Instructor is required for established School & Rentals business for the summer season 2012.An attractive package is available for the right candidate.Accommodation & Transport can be organised if required, however it is a prerequisite that applicants should possess a current Full Irish […]
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Working Holiday Visa for Australia

Over 22 thousand people from Ireland were granted Working Holiday Visas for Australia in 2008/2009.  With the jobs market looking bleak – many unemployed Irish young people are thinking about going to Australia in 2011 for a year . You will need a Working Holiday Visa to allow you to stay in Australia for up […]
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Film Extras Wanted in Ireland

Film extras are always  needed at Ardmore studios for a major films and television dramas . No previous experience is necessary. Movie Extras is a casting agency that finds extras and other performers for film and Television. You do have to pay a membership fee – but that means  your  details will be available to […]
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Au Pair Work in Ireland

Working as a Au Pair is a cheap way to visit another country and experience the culture and family life. Au Pairs normally work 5 days a week in a family home helping care for the children and doing cooking and housework. In exchange the Au Pair gets free meals and accommodation as well as […]
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