Atomic Pineapple Registered User
#31

Dannyboy1987 said:
anyone know anywhere hiring full time around south dublin area.


full time what? butchers? race drivers? pilots?

#32

haha warehouse work, driving, security, panel beating, spray painting anything in around that

Atomic Pineapple Registered User
#33

Dannyboy1987 said:
haha warehouse work, driving, security, panel beating, spray painting anything in around that


If I see anything advertised I'll let you know

farfromthegrave Registered User
#34

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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RogueT Banned
#35

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/news/world/ireland/article7052652.ece

First Ryanair now this...1500 jobs!! The Government dont have a clue, lets hope his decision is challenged somehow. Ideology over jobs.

#36

Any more updates on jobs everyone??

This thread seems to have died a bit...probably a sign of the times

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Whiskey Devil Registered User
#37

I cannot remember the last time I saw a job advertised in DL.

RandomName2 Registered User
#38

Whiskey Devil said:
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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me-skywalker Registered User
#39

RandomName2 said:
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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Whiskey Devil Registered User
#40

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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#41



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leinsterrugby Registered User
#42

guys help me find a job in south dublin plz.

Whiskey Devil Registered User
#43

Bloomfields Barbers are looking for a full time barber. Seems like the business to be in!

gutterman Registered User
#44

I am looking for a part time worker with some basic carpentry experience.
rathcoole clondalkin area

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#45

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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