nilescraneo Registered User
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New competition up on Public Jobs for control room operator with AGS. 4 x 12 hour shifts on & 4 days off, with 25% shift allowance + Sunday & bank holiday allowances when rostered. Standard civil service starting scale of €438 gross p/w. Positions in:

Harcourt Square, Dublin 2

Anglesea Street, Cork

Murrogh, Renmore Rd, Galway

Castlebar (GISC)

Waterford City

https://www.publicjobs.ie/publicjobs/campaignAdvert/67440.htm?lang=en

Gong to give it a go anyway. Best of luck!

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Kingp35 Moderator
#2

An interesting but tough job I would imagine. Quite a lot of responsibility for a Clerical Officer.

nilescraneo Registered User
#3

Am a CO at the moment in peoplepoint in a fairly meaningless job, so going to give this a try.

job seeker Registered User
#4

Kingp35 said:
An interesting but tough job I would imagine. Quite a lot of responsibility for a Clerical Officer.


That's for about 10.30 p/h.. Which isn't great for that type of work imo..

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Crunchymomma Registered User
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Kingp35 said:
An interesting but tough job I would imagine. Quite a lot of responsibility for a Clerical Officer.


That's for about 10.30 p/h.. Which isn't great for that type of work imo..



I'd say it works out as more. They get a 25% shift allowance over regular CO salary

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job seeker Registered User
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Crunchymomma said:
I'd say it works out as more. They get a 25% shift allowance over regular CO salary


Ah sure that's right, I missed that! I might apply just for the interview practice.

But if I got a job like this I'd be pretty nervous. connecting the calls..

AGS2017 Registered User
#7

Is this a similar pay scale to the civilian immigration jobs at Dublin Airport?

Is there much chance of overtime/additional shifts for the CO's at Dublin Airport to bump up their pay with the odd shift?

Scienceless Registered User
#8

‘An extra payment is also available when rostered to work on a Sunday and Bank/Public Holiday’

What does this actually mean in money or % terms?

Is this extra payment for Sunday’s etc in addition to the normal shift allowance payable on all shifts? Or instead of?

TallGlass Registered User
#9

438€ before tax and that is that correct? That seems very low for the role.

Crunchymomma Registered User
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TallGlass said:
438€ before tax and that is that correct? That seems very low for the role.


That's before the extra shift allowances. 438 a week is basic CO salary

raven136 Registered User
#11

Working in a control room presently for a large private security company.

That level of pay advertised is low

Bazzy Registered User
#12

Applied for this also i'm sure theres more to the pay fingers crossed I get an interview!!

Ciano1997 Registered User
#13

Applied fo this myself, gonna use it as a stepping stone to try get into the guards. Does anyone know when th assessment is?

hdowney Registered User
#14

Applied for the Dublin location. Will see what happens

the whole year inn Registered User
#15

I am thinking about applying for Castlebar (GISC) role .I belive thats to do more with helping the Guards with data input and relaying information to the Guards.Is there much room for promotion with these roles,I just graduated with a degree in IT and would like to use it and wonder what promotion if any there is if any ?

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