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HEO head to head transfer

  • 03-03-2021 1:19pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 37 Jaeger_Jen


    Just starting thread here to see if any HEOs in the Dublin area out there are interested in a head to head transfer? I have spent 13 year in my current dept and in need of a change. (It's in Dublin 8, Phoenix Park) All the usual full time, parking, flexi-time, lovely people and very interesting variants of work... I'm interested in any Dublin Dept that has decent parking and is flexible.


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  • Registered Users Posts: 172 ✭✭ Forthebuzz


    Jaeger_Jen wrote: »
    Just starting thread here to see if any HEOs in the Dublin area out there are interested in a head to head transfer? I have spent 13 year in my current dept and in need of a change. (It's in Dublin 8, Phoenix Park) All the usual full time, parking, flexi-time, lovely people and very interesting variants of work... I'm interested in any Dublin Dept that has decent parking and is flexible.

    I thought head to head transfers were gone now that mobility has launched for HEOs?


  • Registered Users Posts: 37 Jaeger_Jen


    Forthebuzz wrote: »
    I thought head to head transfers were gone now that mobility has launched for HEOs?

    No that's for AP and PO only apparently. HEO and AO can still do head to head


  • Registered Users Posts: 88 ✭✭ Kirbi


    Jaeger_Jen wrote: »
    No that's for AP and PO only apparently. HEO and AO can still do head to head

    Forthebuzz is right, it's for all grades that have mobility - it's in the FAQ doc for it (question 10).

    https://hr.per.gov.ie/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/FAQs-Civil-Service-Mobility-scheme-January-2021.pdf


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