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12-02-2010, 14:05   #31
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anyone know anywhere hiring full time around south dublin area.
full time what? butchers? race drivers? pilots?
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12-02-2010, 14:09   #32
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haha warehouse work, driving, security, panel beating, spray painting anything in around that
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haha warehouse work, driving, security, panel beating, spray painting anything in around that
If I see anything advertised I'll let you know
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23-02-2010, 13:52   #34
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Dundrum

Dundrum Town Centre is advertising jobs pretty frequently, it's worth having a look at and easily accessible with a few buses servicing the area as well as the Leona!


http://www.dundrum.ie/about-us/jobs/
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11-03-2010, 11:33   #35
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John Gormley ruins job creation opportunity

This would have sorted alot of people out - well done John Gorlmey, the unemployed people of South Dublin aedn North Wicklow salute you.

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/new...cle7052652.ece

First Ryanair now this...1500 jobs!! The Government dont have a clue, lets hope his decision is challenged somehow. Ideology over jobs.
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19-07-2010, 15:19   #36
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Any more updates on jobs everyone??

This thread seems to have died a bit...probably a sign of the times
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I cannot remember the last time I saw a job advertised in DL.
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I cannot remember the last time I saw a job advertised in DL.
I can't remember when I last saw an open shop in DL

No, seriously: on the main street (off the top of my head) about a dozen shops have closed or are in the process of closing - some of which survived the 80s . How can The Premier, of all places, be gone?

I know a place that's advertising jobs - the new airport termina... or right...
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I can't remember when I last saw an open shop in DL

No, seriously: on the main street (off the top of my head) about a dozen shops have closed or are in the process of closing - some of which survived the 80s . How can The Premier, of all places, be gone?

I know a place that's advertising jobs - the new airport termina... or right...
1in5 premises in Dun Laoghaire are now vacant.... and Easons now own 2?!
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Nice to see a new business OPENING on George's Street!! Violet Hair Salon & Nail Bar (across from The Sunshine Cafe or thereabouts) advertising for Full & Part Time Staff. It looks like they've spent a lot of money fitting the place out - good luck to them!
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Internship Opportunity with Afloat magazine

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Ever wanted to work in a boating magazine? Ever wondered how to get a start in the industry? What better way to get your foot in the door than an internship with Ireland Afloat magazine? This opportunity might be for you. Baily Publications Ltd is calling for applications for an editorial internship. Working primarily on the Afloat.ie website and across a variety of custom titles including Afloat magazine, the Baily Publications editorial internship is 5 mornings per week for three months to six months duration.

What are we seeking in a potential intern? Mostly, we're looking for signs of interest and aptitude. We're not interested in candidates who simply want to pad out their CV so they can get jobs in PR. We want people who can write and report, and are passionate about doing both.

Obviously boating knowledge plus a working knowledge of relevant computer software such as Indesign and Website CMS systems is an advantage.

This work experience placement is unpaid. Some tasks will require use of your own computer. Some tasks can be completed remotely.

Work will include researching and writing articles, sub-editing, editorial coordination work, proof reading and general administration work.

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guys help me find a job in south dublin plz.
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Bloomfields Barbers are looking for a full time barber. Seems like the business to be in!
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29-08-2010, 20:50   #44
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worker required part time

I am looking for a part time worker with some basic carpentry experience.
rathcoole clondalkin area
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13-09-2010, 18:51   #45
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Sage is Citywest are looking for loads of people:

http://www.staff.ie/company/887.html

http://www.dublinjobs.ie is pretty good too
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