Jobs in Ireland
Hiring activity in Ireland is very low, according to the latest Manpower Employment Outlook Survey.
The survey of 622 Irish employers found the first quarter Net Employment Outlook has remained at -5% between 2011 and 2012. This means that for every 100 employers, five more employers are planning to lose workers rather than hire them. This weak employment result indicates few opportunities should be available to job hunters.
This website contains jobs in Ireland and has articles that may interest jobseekers, e.g. salary surveys and interview advice. It has a section where you can ask experts for help regarding your career.
Monster.com offers a wide range of jobs, career tools and advice for job hunting. You can post your resume online to increase your chances of being found by employers.
EmployIreland.com lists jobs in Ireland and has career building resources such as CV writing help and interview tips.
This website lists available jobs by both location and category. You can set up a job alert to email you once or twice a week with new jobs matching your criteria for industry sector and location.
Jobs.ie has hundreds of jobs in Ireland. You can use the website to build your CV and upload it online. Suitable jobs can be emailed to you by signing up.
This website is run by the Irish Government and lists their job vacancies in the public sector. It contains jobs in many different categories (e.g. Agriculture, Education, Legal, etc) across Ireland.
ComputerJob.ie lists hundreds of IT jobs in Ireland. You can upload your CV, get jobs by email and look at the website’s career advice, e.g. tips for job hunting.
Irish Immigration Service
This is a government-run website with information on immigration to Ireland and getting a visa.
Living In Ireland
This website has information about living in Ireland, e.g. health, education and real estate. It could be useful for any recent-movers to Ireland or people considering moving.