Finding a Job or Internship



Whether you’re looking for a graduate job or a non-credit bearing summer internship, your first port of call should be Careers Connect, our online vacancies portal.

Login to Careers Connect regularly for:
– Job & Internship Vacancies – hundreds of vacancies updated daily
– Relevant Careers workshops and seminars and employer presentations

More advice to help you with finding a job or internship:
– UCD Career Guide
– Our Job & Internship section

 Hidden Jobs Market – Some jobs are not advertised!
 How to find them:
– Network!
– Find work through Social Media
– Do an Internship
– Build a positive online presence

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Apps That Can Help You On The Job Search






Jobbio is an app developed by an Irish company that allows you to apply for jobs at the click of button. You simply establish a profile in which you describe your work history. Search for jobs wherever you are and simply apply.


Sidekick is designed for a browser. It attaches a tracker to an email and it will tell you the exact time when an email is opened, anytime the email is opened sidekick will send you a notification. You can also use it to schedule emails.
This is a great resource for seeing which employers have read your emails and which ones haven’t.


LinkedIn’s App is very good for keeping up to date with all of the latest activity on LinkedIn. Network with new business associates shortly after meeting them- find new people in your network- follows groups and apply for jobs at the click of button. mobile Phone App allows you to apply for jobs, just upload your CV and you can apply for jobs at the click of a button.


The Glassdoor lets you look at reviews of companies and get some insider information. This can be of use before you go into the interview because it allows users to share information about their experiences of what it’s like to work in a particular company. Previous interviewees also post about their experiences so this can help you in your preparation.


Adzuna can inform you of jobs in the UK. It also has a CV evaluator which uses multiple algorithms in order to determine the quality of a CV and how much you’re worth a year in real terms. It also gives you the opportunity to email the figure to your boss (for the truly daring).

Websites That Will Help You To Find A Job











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UCD Careers Connect
– UCD’s exclusive jobs website available only to UCD students and alumni.

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– A lot of student jobs in Call Centres and promotional work for charities are advertised on this site.

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– Agencies advertise through List all of the agencies that interest you. Contact them and give them your CV.

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– Many top quality jobs in research are advertised on Indeed. If you hoping to get a professional or even just a part-time job Indeed has lots of opportunities available.

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– After setting up an account you can apply for jobs at the click of a button.

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The Department of Social Protection has many positions full-time, part-time and work placements.

– After setting up a profile you can apply for jobs. The UCD Career Development Centre is also on LinkedIn [Insert link here].

– Is a comprehensive online career resource designed to help you look into potential careers, research top employers and find out about trends in your industry. It is accessible through Careers Connect.
– Provides country-specific career and employment information, including world-wide internship and job postings and career resources.

Hashtags To Help You Find Jobs


Seeking Volunteer Work

Companies To Volunteer With
Irish National Volunteer Development Agency
Voluntary Service International
The Simon Community
Ireland’s leading independent children’s charity
Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children
Working with and on behalf of the homeless in Ireland
National Association for Spina Bifida and Hydrocecphalus Ireland (SBHI)
Volunteering and job opportunities
The National Volunteer Development Agency and a support body for over 20 Volunteer Centres in Ireland
Volunteering Options programme funded by Irish Aid
Volunteering in Dublin City North area
Volunteering in Dublin City South area

Volunteering Abroad
Govt programme of assistance
International humanitarian organisation
International humanitarian agency
Working with orphans in Moldova
A Non-profit mission organisation sending missionary volunteers abroad
Charity based placements in Australia
Archaeological digs abroad
Expeditions to remote areas
Worldwide volunteer projects
Centre for alternative technology
UK-based volunteering agency
Field-based conservation in 50 countries
Charity placement organisation
International exchanges
Internships to teaching projects abroad
Projects and expeditions in Africa
Community projects abroad
Click on volunteer travel
Volunteering & work experience abroad
Science & conservation projects
3-6 month paid / voluntary placements
World Wide Volunteering, full time volunteering opportunities
Work with schools in India and Kenya
Global Vision International
Volunteer on a variety of programmes in 28 destinations
Find out more in the “volunteer abroad” section
1128 organisations offering 6320 Volunteer Abroad programmes
Voluntary Service Overseas
Irish not for profit organisation supporting local projects across the world.
Volunteer placements abroad
Volunteering in Africa, Asia, Central and South America
Volunteering in Lesotho
Chernobyl Children International support to children living in the aftermath of the Chernobyl meltdown
Habitat for Humanity Ireland non-profit organisation
Irish NGO
Independent organisation working in 48 developing countries
Irish development agency
UCD Volunteers Overseas Programme

Artistic Events

Jameson’s Film Festival

Tiger Dublin Fringe

National Art Gallery

All the events listed above recruit volunteers annually. There are many different artistic and cultural events that take place during the summer.

Facebook Pages To Follow

Journalism and New Media Jobs

Student Activities

If you are still a student join societies, this can help you to gain some marketable skills. It can also demonstrate to an employer that you are an outgoing person. To contact student societies.

Create a hitlist of employers of interest:
– Make a list of job titles and companies / sectors you would like to work in
– Agencies
– Job boards
– Companies
– Online contacts
– Use online tools like or
– Research them
– On social media (linkedin, youtube, facebook, twitter, …)
– Mind your own online profiles and clean them up (e.g. facebook)
– Build Contacts & Network for Future
– Go to careers fairs, conferences, university alumni networking events, events hosted by the company you’re interested in
– Intern your way in
– Get organised
– Folder
– Spreadsheet
– Track your activity

Market yourself:
– Identify your unique selling points
– Think about your transferable skills

Aim to send out as many CVs as you can.

UCD Graduates, would you like a job in the Dept of Foreign Affairs?






UCD Graduates, would you like a job in the Dept of Foreign Affairs?

Apply here:

Paid Internship – Conflict Resolution Unit

As set out in the Programme for Government, the Government is committed to developing

Irish engagement in international conflict resolution as an important dimension of Irish

foreign policy. This internship is designed to provide the individual selected with the

opportunity to gain practical experience in policy development and in the work of the

Conflict Resolution Unit of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The internship will

be for a maximum duration of 11 months, commencing on Monday 14 September 2015.


 A first or second class honours degree is required, preferably in International Relations,

History, Politics or related discipline

 A strong interest in conflict resolution is desirable, as demonstrated by previous work

experience in this area, specialised studies or academic training

 A postgraduate degree with a focus on conflict resolution and/or peace and security

studies is desirable

 High level of oral and written communication skills are essential

 Good interpersonal, administrative and organisational skills

 Flexibility and capability to work independently and as a member of a team

The role is likely to involve assistance on a variety of tasks and projects in the area of conflict

resolution (as well as the OSCE, Council of Europe, and United Nations as required) including

 research and policy analysis

 drafting of briefing papers and reports on selected thematic issues

 attending and taking notes at meetings

 contributing to the design and planning of conferences and events

 responding to public queries and requests for information

 performance of other related duties to support the ongoing work of the Unit as

WANTED- Student Callers






UCD Career Development Centre is hiring students to help with the First Destinations Survey of 2014 UCD graduates!

We need approximately 2 students to help with data entry from paper forms and about 10 to help with making follow up calls to graduates. Rate of pay for both jobs will be 8.65 EUR per hour, with a bonus for those who exceed call targets.

Data entry will run from 18th May until the mid June and helpers will be required for a couple of days each week – dates and times are flexible and can be worked around your work/study schedules.
Follow up calls will take place from Tuesday 12th of May until mid June. Callers will most likely be required for 2-3 hours per day/evening (5-7pm) during these weeks.

Training will be provided for both groups.

Please email us at stating whether you prefer data entry or calling, providing a short summary of relevant skills and experience and giving an indication of your availability for the dates outlined above.

Casual work – Pensions Office Assistant in UCD

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The Pensions Office requires a graduate from a Business, Actuarial or related discipline to assist in the administration tasks of the office for a limited number of weeks to commence with immediate effect.
The position will require someone with:

  • A proven interest in administration
  • An understanding of the importance of a professional quality service to customers within agreed service level standards
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills
  • Ability to act with tact and discretion in all matters
  • Ability to prioritise day to day workload and plan efficiently to achieve goals
  • Ability to exercise initiative and be flexible in approach to work
  • Be dependable in consistently delivering reliable results within service deadlines
  • Well developed IT Skills and numerical ability is required
  • A willingness to learn and work well within a team
  • An interest in working in the area of HR Administration is desirable

Days of work: Monday to Friday, 37 hours per week.

2010 (2013) Hourly Rate €12.09
2011 (2013) Hourly Rate €10.88*
*Subject to all new entrants to the public sector as of 1 January 2011

Please send CV and cover letter to Fiona Byrne (Pensions Manager) at

Come and work for us! – Customer Service role

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We have a temporary full-time vacancy for an immediate start in UCD Career Development Centre, which will be for a maximum of 12 weeks.

Customer Service Assistant

This role will involve dealing with students, employers, staff and visitors. The work will be project based with a range of tasks and deadlines.


  • High level of customer service skills
  • Experience of working in an office environment
  • Excellent organisation and IT skills
  • Experience in promoting events/services and familiarity with social media platforms
  • Ability to prioritise tasks and work to deadlines
  • An interest in working with students

To apply, please email your CV and a cover letter explaining what you could bring to this role to The closing date is 1st April 2015.

Salary €10.88ph

Ericsson Masters in Applied Software Technology – plus a permanent job

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LM ERICSSON in association with the ICT Ireland Federation is offering a one year, full-time Masters in Applied Software Technology which will be free to participants and include a three month paid internship with the company and a full-time permanent job as a software engineer in Ericsson on satisfactory completion.

The Masters is delivered both in the Dublin Institute of Technology and Athlone Institute of Technology. It offers an integrated approach to delivering end to end software development skills. From computing fundamentals and software design to implementation and testing, the entire lifecycle of software development is covered. The programme focuses on the practical problem-solving skills required for software engineering. Programme participants will also gain an integrated and critical knowledge of the skills and particular technologies used in ICT product development today.

Screening and selection of candidates will take place during the Spring-Summer with the programme starting in September 2015.

The programme is geared primarily to unemployed graduates who are Irish or EEA nationals. Participants will not be entitled to retain any social welfare payments while attending the course but Ericsson is funding a Bursary to assist participants with expenses. Candidates should preferably have at a 2.1 Honours Primary Degree in a relevant cognate discipline. This category includes (but is not limited to) Computer Science, Software Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Data Networking etc. but qualified applicants from any discipline with significant content in Maths, Problem Solving, Logic and Critical Thinking will receive consideration.

Each application will be considered on its individual merits. Candidates will undertake a course in advance of commencing the Masters to prepare and qualify them in the range of subject areas to be covered on the Masters programme. This course in the Fundamentals of Computer Programming (FCP) will lead to a Certificate in Software Engineering.


Entry to the programme is on the basis of a competitive selection process based on criteria which are available upon request. Prospective candidates may be requested to attend for interview,
undertake tests or other selection procedures. Making an application is not a guarantee of selection. Applications are treated in strictest confidence. In making an application, applicants
accept that no feedback will be provided to them, or any other party, regarding the selection process, or any reasons for their non-selection.

To apply please email your CV to, making sure to include the following information on it:

  • A sentence confirming you are an Irish or EEA national or resident in Republic of Ireland on a Stamp 4 VISA
  • Nationality
  • Home address
  • Phone number and email address
  • Full details of educational qualifications (College, name of course and grade awarded (or expected) eg 2.1, 1.1 etc.)

What Previous Participants Are Saying

“This is a very challenging and rewarding experience. It has given me a thorough grounding in (among others) Enterprise Java, Web Development, Scripting languages IP Networking, Database Technologies, Software Design, and Distributed Systems. The facilities are excellent, with dedicated labs, and ready access to teaching staff. The opportunities that extend from the course are excellent with a high probability of immediate employment in the software industry.”
John Jeffries

“The course is fast paced with a multitude of interesting and varying subjects. Teamwork is vital in any workplace and never have I witnessed such an emphasis on teamwork than through this course. The interaction with the sponsoring company is a huge plus as it makes you feel like a member of the team, it also gives you an insight to how projects may be run in a work scenario. Overall it is a challenging but extremely rewarding and thought provoking course with a wide range of subjects to give anyone a fantastic arsenal of skills to approach the working world.”
Ben Moore

“Initially I was amazed at the diversity of the students various backgrounds, from age to profession to experience. The year is very intense with a heavy workload and dedication is definitely the key to success. There is a dedicated lab for students which I have found to be invaluable along with the student mantra of sharing knowledge and helping each other as far as possible.”
Orla Brooks

“Having come into the course from a non computer background I thought that the course could prove too much for me. However I have found the level of tuition to be exceptionally high and was well guided to the correct topics for
self learning in order to succeed. The course moves at a fast pace with a wide range of interesting subjects. There is a high level of interaction between the students and Ericsson which gives you an unprecedented insight into company operations. The programme overall is highly rewarding and provides a great challenge to learn new skills or to up-skill to enter the working world as a Software Engineer.”
Shane Cowzer

Have you got the vital ingredient? – Jameson wants you!

James Atkinson






James Atkinson graduated with a B Comm from the UCD Lochlann Quinn School of Business in 2012. In his final year at UCD, he had several career paths available to him. Accounting seemed a popular route with solid prospects; but James looked for something a bit more creative, stimulating and challenging.

James Atkinson

“When a friend sent me the link to THE VITAL INGREDIENT website, I thought I had finally found a job that suited me perfectly. Jameson look for self-starters, graduates who are independent and ambitious, not afraid to take on a challenge and run with it.

So within a few months I had made my application video, highlighting my college society involvement, previous jobs and relevant academic achievements. Two tough assessment centres later I got an email offering me the job and so my incredible journey began with a position as Jameson Brand Ambassador in Poland.

My year in Poland was the time of my life: driving to Warsaw, Krakow and Wroclaw, running tasting sessions in bars, organising events, bartender advocacy programs, trade marketing and PR support. My role involved working on the brand plans and their execution. After one year, I had learned a lot and I indicated an interest to move on to another challenge. The team responded and offered me a position as the first Jameson Brand Ambassador in Thailand.

September 2013 I landed in Bangkok to continue my work building the Jameson brand. A new team, language, culture and a big challenge that requires a big can do attitude. I got to work seeding the brand, finding sampling opportunities and building relationships with key Thai bar owners and influencers. I’m entering my third year on the Jameson International Brand Ambassador Programme now and my second year in Bangkok. Things are going great. Check out #JamesonThailand on Instagram to see what I’ve been up to.

In both Poland and Thailand I drew a lot from my modules in International Marketing and Cross-Cultural Management: working in multi-cultural teams and learning how to proceed efficiently while maintaining a good rapport with customers and colleagues.

I believe the Jameson International Brand Ambassador Programme is the single best entry to a career in marketing so get up and make that video! Good luck!”

If you’re interested in finding out more about Jameson’s Brand Ambassador graduate programme, have a look at and come along to their presentation in Quinn Q013 at 1pm on Tuesday 4th November. The closing date for applications is 14 Jan 2015.

Student Part-time Work

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Are you looking for part-time work during your studies?

You can find part-time and temporary jobs advertised through most of the usual job websites and channels. However, increasingly employers are using social media as an inexpensive, easy and fast way to fill vacancies. Some tips for finding work are:

If you’re looking for help with preparing a CV for part-time work, we run CV seminars, group CV workshops and one-to-one appointments with our Career & Skills Consultants. All of these can be booked through Careers Connect.

HR assistant role with UCD

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UCD HR are looking for a HR Assistant to work on a casual/hourly basis

The Compensation & Benefits Section (UCD Human Resources) requires an individual on a casual/hourly basis for a limited number of weeks to commence with immediate effect.

The position will require someone with a proven interest in Human Resources. An understanding of the importance of a professional quality service to customers within agreed service level standards. Excellent interpersonal communication skills. Numerical ability, accuracy and attention to detail. Ability to act with tact and discretion in all matters. Ability to prioritise day to day workload and plan efficiently to achieve goals. Ability to exercise initiative and be flexible in their approach to work. Be dependable in consistently delivering reliable results within service deadlines. Well developed IT Skills are required. A willingness to learn and work well within a team.

Please send applications and CV’s to the Compensation & Benefits Manager, Mary O’Connor, at
Days of work: Monday to Friday – 37 Hours per week
Start date: Immediate

2013 (2010) Hourly Rate €12.09
2013 (2011) Hourly Rate €10.88*
* Subject to all new entrants to public sector as of 1 January 2011


Come and work with us!

We're hiring!

We're hiring!UCD Career Development Centre is hiring students as casual staff to help with the First Destinations Survey of 2013 UCD graduates.

We need approximately 12 students – two to help with data entry from paper forms and ten to help with making follow up calls to graduates. Rate of pay for both jobs will be 8.65 EUR per hour, with a bonus for those who exceed call targets.

Data entry will run from 19th May until the end of June and helpers will be required for a couple of days each week – dates and times are flexible and can be worked around other commitments.

Follow up calls will take place between Monday 19th May and Friday 6th June. Callers will most likely be required for 2-3 hours per day/evening during these weeks.

Training for both groups will take place in the week beginning 5th May and will last approximately 2 hours.

If you’re interested in participating, please email us at by the end of Monday 28th April stating whether you prefer data entry or calling, and provide a short summary of any relevant work experience. We will invite selected candidates for interviews on Wednesday 30th April or Friday 2nd May.

Graduate Vacancy in Risk Assurance with PwC

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PwC have a graduate vacancy within their Risk Assurance Solutions Practice based in Dublin. The closing date is this Friday 25th April 2014 and interviews will take place over the coming weeks. This role will start in Sept 2014 and will be a full three year graduate contract.

To apply, read the job spec below, and send a cover letter and CV (with full leaving certificate or equivalent and college results) to by Friday 25th April 2014.


Graduate Trainee – Risk Assurance Solutions

Risk Assurance Solutions (RAS) is part of our Advisory practice and is growing rapidly to deal with the rising demand for better corporate governance, stronger internal controls, and more effective management of systems and data. Risk and control is high on the boardroom agenda and we help organisations to manage their risks effectively.

Our RAS group provides expert advice and assistance to the Irish firm’s largest clients. We have over 70 RAS professionals providing specialist advice across the following 5 areas;

  • Corporate Governance;
  • Risk Management;
  • Business &  IT Controls;
  • Data management and analytics;
  • Internal Audit.

As a graduate trainee you’ll become part of this multi-discipline team, you will use a blend of risk management, audit, consulting and project management skills to advise clients on a range of risk, IT and control issues.

This role will commence with our next graduate intake in September 2014


  • Excellent academic record (minimum 2.1 degree); please include a full breakdown of subjects studied and results for each
  • Whilst we recruit form all disciplines we are particularly interested in those with a business, IT and/or finance related degree;
  • Strong interest in Risk Assurance and pursuing a professional qualification (ACA/ACCA);
  • Well-developed organisational and analytical skills;
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Commitment to providing excellent client service.

Please send a cover letter and CV (with full leaving certificate or equivalent and college results) to by Friday 25th April 2014.



Launch your European Career logo logoMarch is the month of EU Jobs, with the EU’s two largest graduate recruitment competitions opening for applications on 13 and 20 March.

Representatives of the EU Jobs team will be in Dublin Central Library on Wednesday 19 March to talk about opportunities and answer questions.

Here are all the vacancies being advertised this month:

Administrator (AD5 Generalist) Competition – Closes 15 April
The EU’s annual graduate recruitment competition – the AD5 concours – opened on 13 March. The European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO) is seeking talented graduates, or final year students, with a strong academic background in any discipline, excellent organizational and interpersonal skills and a good command of two EU languages (one of which must be English, French, or German). Almost 140 positions are on offer, with a basic starting salary of €4,349 a month, and fantastic opportunities for career development.

Further details are on the EPSO website. If you’re planning to apply, make sure to check out the EPSO Application Advice, come along to the EU Jobs event in Dublin Central Library on 19 March, and/or follow EU Jobs Ireland on Facebook and Twitter for tips and advice on the process.

Administrator (AD5 Audit) Competition – Opens 20 March
The EU’s annual budget exceeds €140 billion. EU auditors help ensure that money is soundly raised, spent and accounted for. Separate to its generalist graduate competition, EPSO is looking to recruit up to 40 auditors to serve at the European Court of Auditors in Luxembourg, with a starting salary of €4,349 a month. The requirements are similar to the generalist competition, the key difference being that for this competition your university degree should relate in some way to auditing. The definition of auditing is broader than you might think, however, so gradates or final year students with degrees in economics, finance, accounting, business and other similar areas should consider applying!

Further details will be posted on the EPSO website and circulated through EU Jobs Ireland social media from 20 March. Once again, check out the EPSO Application Advice, come along to the EU Jobs event in Dublin Central Library on 19 March, and/or follow EU Jobs Ireland on Facebook and Twitter for tips and advice.

Secretaries Competition – Closes 21 March
EPSO is looking to recruit a pool of secretaries to work across the EU institutions. To be eligible you need to have completed a secondary education, have at least three years’ professional experience in the secretarial field, have a perfect command of English, French, German or Croatian and a good command of a second language (English, French or German). Positions will be in Brussels or Luxembourg with starting salaries from €2.345 per month to €2.645 per month.

European Parliament Researcher – Closes 31 March
The European Parliament is looking to recruit a team of parliamentary researchers and is seeking applications from eligible candidates before 31 March. Approximately 50 posts are available, with basic salaries of between €3,145 and €5,832 per month dependent on training and professional experience. Contracts will initially be awarded on a one year basis, subject to ongoing renewal for up to six years. To be eligible, you must fulfill the usual key linguistic and citizenship criteria and have completed university studies of at least 3 years’ duration in one of the following areas (political science, economics, European studies, public administration, law, social sciences, international relations, natural sciences, statistics, history) as well as having at least 3 years’ professional experience relevant to the role.

Traineeship at the European Economic and Social Committee – Closes 31 March
The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) is still accepting applications for its five-month graduate traineeship, beginning in September 2014. Conditions are similar to the Commission stage, with a basic monthly grant of around €1,000. As with the Commission stage, to be eligible you need to hold a degree (ideally somehow related to the work of the EESC) and have knowledge of at least two EU languages, one of which must be English, French or German. Applications should be submitted online before 31 March.

Traineeships at the European Parliament – Opens 15 March
The European Parliament’s Robert Schuman traineeship programmes open for applications on 15 March. The five month placements are open to University graduates and begin in October this year. You require only a single European language in order to be eligible to apply. The closing date for applications is 15 May.

Fixed Term Contracts (CAST) at the European Commission
The European Commission continues to offer fixed-term contracts for candidates with relevant experience in areas including administration, audit, secretariat, economy, finance, ICT, languages, law, policy, program/project management statistics. More information on the profiles sought, eligibility criteria and application procedures can be found here, with information on the role of Contract Agent here.

Specialist Temporary Posts
Specialist temporary posts are currently available at many of the EU’s Institutions and Agencies, including the ECB, the European Investment Bank, the European Ombudsman and Eurojust.


EU Jobs Ireland is committed to supporting Irish candidates in applying for EU posts. If you’re thinking of applying for the graduate competitions, read their guide to the EPSO application process, with tips on how to approach your application and advice on how best to prepare for the computer based tests (which, in the case of the generalist and audit competitions, are expected in May).

All EPSO competitions require that you have at least two European languages, one of which must be English, French or German. The general rule with languages is that, where possible, you should always look to sit the first stage (the Computer Based Tests) through your strongest language, thereby giving yourself the best chance of making it to the second stage. If your French or German was good but is now a little rusty, don’t worry – you’ll have some time to brush it up before the second stage.

EU Jobs Ireland are here to support you through the application process, so do stay in touch with them throughout the competition process. In particular, let them know if and when you reach the second stage of any EU competition, so they can offer further advice and support on succeeding at the assessment centre.

Interested in a Career in Digital Geography?

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Build your skills and grow your Career with Esri Ireland.

Esri Ireland is recruiting and they’d like to invite you to their informal “meet and greet” session at the Guinness Storehouse on Wednesday 26th March from 2.30pm to 4.00pm.

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Come along with your CV and meet with some of our GIS Consultants and Software Development Team members in a relaxed informal environment.

We’ll be available to chat to you about your career plans; answer any questions you have about what it’s like working as part of the Esri Ireland team and provide details about our Recruitment Plan for 2014.

If you like learning in a fast paced, hi-tech, dynamic and fun environment we’d love to talk with you.

• Hilton Hotel Belfast Floor 1, Lagan Foyer, 20th March Belfast from 2.30pm-4.00pm
• Guinness Storehouse, Arrol Suite, 26th March Dublin from 2.30pm-4.00pm

If you would like to come along or have any questions please let us know by emailing