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Fancy a job as a public servant? Recruitment for 550 positions has started
The job will be filled over the next two years.

RECRUITMENT FOR 550 graduate and entry level public service positions has started today

Interviews for 300 clerical officer positions are underway and it is expected that these positions will be filled over the next two years. These people will be taking up positions across the civil service and public service in areas ranging from government departments to human resources.

At least 250 graduate positions are also expected to be filled over the next two years and the closing dates for these applications are at the end of this month.

Speaking today, Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Brendan Howlin, said he was pleased to be in a position to lift the moratorium on recruitment in a “targeted and focused way”.

The Public Appointments Service sources the highest quality candidates for positions in the civil and public service and is therefore essential in delivering quality services that our citizens want, need and deserve

Anyone interested in a position in the public service can look up vacancies here.

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