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mirmick
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Work in Ireland

Post by mirmick » Thu Jul 13, 2006 7:08 pm

Ireland is a good place to work, wages are very good and its easy to find a job over here.
The only problem is getting workpermit if you are non-EU national.

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Post by arm » Thu Aug 31, 2006 1:55 pm

Hi all,

The only way to work in Ireland Work Permit???

Is there any other types like Working Holiday or skilled migrant.
Can some one give mi information about Ireland Immigration.

Tanks in advance

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Re: Work in Ireland

Post by godfather » Fri Mar 09, 2007 10:03 am

mirmick wrote:Ireland is a good place to work, wages are very good and its easy to find a job over here.
The only problem is getting workpermit if you are non-EU national.
Hey, can anyone please suggest any good sites to post CV? I am currently doing my PG-course in UK, but am very much interested to work in Ireland.??

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Post by TRV » Fri Mar 09, 2007 3:42 pm

godfather,

what is your qualifications? where are you from, if you are studying in UK? What nationality are you - I am asking this because it helps in terms of obtaining work permit requirements to work in Ireland.

my company is recruiting in Ireland. let me know.

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Post by joesoap101 » Fri Mar 09, 2007 4:52 pm

Ireland has a limited working holiday scheme for nationals of Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Canada and Japan.

Essentially the only way a non-EEA national can work in Ireland is to obtain a work permit/green card permit. All the information on this can be found on the following website:

http://www.entemp.ie/labour/workpermits/

There are a number of employment websites:

http://www.loadzajobs.ie/
http://www.irishjobs.ie/
http://www.cpl.ie/
http://www.irishrecruitment.ie/
http://www.myjob.ie/
http://www.monster.ie/

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Post by godfather » Sat Mar 10, 2007 7:45 pm

TRV wrote:godfather,

what is your qualifications? where are you from, if you are studying in UK? What nationality are you - I am asking this because it helps in terms of obtaining work permit requirements to work in Ireland.

my company is recruiting in Ireland. let me know.
Hey TRV - thanks for replying.. I am from India.. done BEng (at India) & Masters (UK) with distinctions.. now doing PhD in UK.. also have 2 years of experience in IT...

Hope that this explains? Please suggest? What field does your company recruit in?? Thanks!

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