Where to find a job in Dublin
Please look here for Jobs in Dublin.
Before looking for a job in Dublin, remember that to get hired you will need:
Finding a job in Dublin will depend, firstly, on your English level (speaking skills mainly). In what level are you?
I do not speak English or very little (no fluency)
In this case you would be unable to maintain a phone call, so it is better to take your printed CV directly to the company. Some options of where to look for a job:
- You will find a good deal of ads regarding hospitality jobs, cashiers, summer jobs, call center, etc.… in any local or national newspaper. (The Evening Herald, The Irish Times, The Irish Independent, The Examiner, The Sunday Business Post...).
- You can go to a Recruitment Agency where you will get information about different jobs available at the moment.
- Google "open day jobs dublin", "open day employment dublin". An Open Day is a method that companies have to find new candidates. In an Open Day, the company shows the job offers available. It is a good time to get new opportunities.
- Google "recruitment open day dublin" o "recruitment event dublin". A recruitment event is similar to an Open Day, but this time many companies participate. It is also a good time to find a job.
In Ireland, there is a free assessment and training program for immigrants called EPIC. It helps them to improve their English level, to write their CV and motivation letters properly and also includes job interview simulations.
I do speak English or I can handle it.
IMPORTANT: Ask for free information here. There is a free information service where they will inform you (no cost it's free!) about positions and recruiters.
You have more chances to get a job. Check out the Recruitment Agencies or the job search engines.
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