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 […]
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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 […]
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Jobpath Scheme in Galway

Commissioned by the Department of Social Protection, JobPath is designed to offer additional support for the long term unemployed and those who are deemed likely to become long term unemployed to move into sustainable employment. Work on the Jobpath scheme will be mainly handled by private companies. The main company will be Seetec Employment and […]
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Marks and Spencer Management Trainees

Applications for the Marks and Spencer’s  2013 Management Trainee Programme are open until June 7th 2013. It is open to people living in Ireland. During the 18-month training scheme, you’ll branch out from your base location with a series of short-term roles in stores around the region. You’ll need to be driven and flexible; grabbing […]
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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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