Amazon Ireland – Job Vacancies

Some companies in Ireland are still finding it hard to fill job vacancies – even though there are plenty of unemployed people. IT jobs are remaining unfilled at many top companies. For example – Amazon had 126  open job vacancies in Jan 2016 . In 2015 – Amazon came 29th in the top 100 most […]
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Graduate Scheme – Bord Gais Energy

Bord Gais Energy is now part of Centrica. They are a major supplier of gas to residential customers in Ireland. They often run a graduate entry scheme  for  graduates with a minimum 2.1 honours degree and great people skills who are prepared to test their potential and work outside of their core specialisms.   They say […]
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Jobs at Facebook Dublin Ireland

Facebook  have their European Head Office in Dublin The Facebook Office Address is Hanover Reach 5-7 Hanover Quay Grand Canal Harbour Dublin 2. Job Perks at Facebook Facebook Dublin offers a ton of great benefits and perks to make sure your life is as satisfying as your work. You get 25 annual leave days and […]
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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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Graduate Careers at An Post

An Post have no graduate vacancies at present but they plan to recruit again in the future. “An Post welcome applications from proactive, self motivated individuals with excellent communication skills, the ability to work successfully in a team and to plan and organise their work effectively. Problem-solving and analysis skills, and the ability to adapt […]
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Work Experience : Jobs in Ireland

The Irish  Government “work placement program” is an initiative aimed at providing unemployed people with work experience .  Participants in the WPP  can retain their social welfare entitlements – but get no pay from the employers. It has not produced great results – and as at the start of  May 2010 just over one third […]
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Changes to FAS Work Placement Scheme

We wrote about the FAS Work Placement Scheme that was launched back in June 2009. Some changes to this scheme were announced recently – which will make it accessible to more people from December 1st 2009. For unemployed participants the following criteria have been amended: Recipients of most social welfare payments, including Job Seekers’ Allowance […]
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FAS Work Placement Programme for Unemployed Graduates

From 2 June 2009 if you have been getting Jobseeker’s Allowance (JA) for at least 6 months or if you are on short-time working you may be eligible for a new FAS activation programme. The FÁS Work Placement Programme will provide 6 months’ work experience for 2,000 unemployed people who have been getting Jobseeker’s Allowance […]
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