Bus Eireann Cork are looking to recruit drivers.
details in link attached.
Wonder what the T&Cs will be, considering they'v just retired a lot of the older blokes.
I’m hearing basic wages of €450/€500 s week after tax, over time is extra.
Does anyone know how long it takes to hear back once an online assessment is completed?
How I envisage the interview process.
Did you draw that up yourself
Might be worth giving HR a ring just to see if your CV was received by them, I dont know what the recruitment situation in Cork is but I know in Dublin Bus Eireann is having difficulty attracting applications as they are no longer seen as a good employer (I am not saying either way what kind of employer they are just what the perception among potential applicants is), I am told that there a a large number of Bus Eireann drivers looking to transfer to Dublin Bus and there is a concern that a big number of Broadstone based drivers may apply to Go Ahead.
Application has been acknowledged as received, i've had this confirmed in writing.
Didn't realise there was such a move by drivers to leave and they can't get new ones.
Are Go Ahead offering better money?
I dont think there is much in it but I would expect Bus Eireann rates to be better, money is not the only issue for many at Braodstone and the fear would be that Go Ahead might be an attractive option for some.