JOB VACANCY SITES

Online 

Activelink

Activelink is a very useful site for job seekers, particularly those who wish to work in the community and voluntary sector. New jobs are advertised every week in different parts of the country. There is also information on tenders, volunteering, events, fundraising, training, publications and funding in the community and voluntary sector.

http://www.activelink.ie/content/vacancies

Best Jobs Ireland

Wide variety of jobs in Ireland and some jobs worldwide.

http://www.bestjobs.ie/bt-jobs.htm

Career Jet

This is a very comprehensive search engine which collates other job sites into one place. You can search for jobs in Ireland and worldwide by industry.

http://www.careerjet.ie/

Daft

Daft, whom we normally associate with property, also have a comprehensive job search site.

http://jobs.daft.ie/jobs/

Jobs.ie

This is an online recruitment agency. They have a wide variety of jobs advertised.

http://www.jobs.ie/

Jobs Market

This on-line recruitment agency linked to CPL Recruitment and is another source for jobs where you can post your CV. They use a social networking format for developing relationships and networking as part of the recruitment process.

http://www.jobsmarket.ie/

Findajob.ie

This recruitment site is linked to the Irish Independent group of newspapers. Contains newspaper articles and supports for job-hunting. Also has audio and video tips and advice.

http://www.findajob.ie/

Recruit Ireland.com

This site has a wide range of jobs in different parts of the country.

http://www.recruitireland.com/

Recruitment Agencies Ireland.ie

This site has a list of recruitment agencies operating in Ireland. It is always worth placing your CV’s with recruitment agencies as many employers now use agencies to assist with the recruitment.

http://www.recruitmentagenciesireland.ie/

The Irish Times

The jobs listed are linked to recruitment agencies and directly to employers throughout Ireland.

http://www.irishtimes.com/jobs/

SOLAS

SOLAS is the new body which has taken over FÁS.Functions previously carried out by FÁS will now be taken over on a 50/50 basis by both the Department of Social Protection and the Department of Education

The Department of Social Protection will take responsibility for programmes such as the community employment schemes, while further education and training areas will go to the Department of Education & Skills. There is a much greater role for the ETB, which now coordinates the many courses once provided by FÁS. Department of Social Protection Employment Services clinics are available across the South & East Cork Area.

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