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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ESB Apprentices 2015 – How to Apply

ESB  announced today (23rd February, 2015) that it is to recruit 300 apprentices over the next 5 years . Trainees will be take part in training at  the ESB Networks Training Centre in Portlaoise . As well as 23 weeks of training during their four-year electrical apprenticeship – they will also spend 42 weeks  in […]
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Work in Marks and Spencers Grafton St

Marks and Spencer don’t advertise their Irish job vacancies on their website. (Unless things have changed recently)  The M&S Ireland website has a recruitment page- but all the vacancies are UK ones. If you are looking for work at M&S Grafton Street – these are the opening times and Contact details . Monday to Weds  […]
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Tesco Customer Assistant Jobs

Tesco Jobs Ireland – Customer Assistant Tesco are always  looking for people who can be  helpful and friendly to customers and colleagues. Tesco want someone who is able to work well in a team, and has a positive approach to helping and supporting colleagues no matter how challenging. More attributes that will help you get […]
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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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