Jobs with Aldi in Ireland

Aldi’s continued success means that they are opening more and more Aldi stores across the country.   Openings in 2019  include : Name: Tramore, Co.Waterford December 2019 Name: Laytown, Co. Meath December 2019 Name: River Valley, Swords For each one of these stores, Aldi will be looking for special individuals who share in the Aldi philosophy […]
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Christmas Jobs Argos Ireland 2019

Christmas work at Argos in Ireland  for 2019 Argos Ireland usually recruits as many as 500 part-time staff for the busy Christmas period. It is a good place for students to get work during the Christmas holidays. Most of the Christmas jobs at Argos are Customer Advisor roles.  One day you could be at the […]
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Places for Apprentices at Bus Eireann 2018

Applications for Bus Eireann apprenticeships are being accepted from March 1st 2018 to March 24th 2018. These apprenticeships  are for Heavy Vehicle Mechanics and are open to both female and male candidates. Locations will be one of the following –   Athlone, Ballina, Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick, Longford, Sligo, Stranorlar, Thurles, Tralee, Waterford Bus Eireann […]
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Jobs at Lidl Ireland

Lidl is the leading discount retailer in Europe trading in more than 20 countries and operating in excess of 8,000 stores. Lidl entered the Irish market in 2000 and currently have more than 150 stores and 3,000 employees across the island of Ireland. Store Assistants Lidl have recently been  recruiting for positions in the following […]
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Pharmacist Vacancies Ireland

Boots are always looking for Pharmacists in  Ireland If you  a registered Pharmacist with at least 3 years community experience – Boots could have a vacancy for you as a Supervising Pharmacist :  As a Supervising Pharmacist you will have 3 years post-registration community pharmacy experience. You will be in whole time charge of the […]
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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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