Various Public Sector Positions
Everyday is an education, you constantly have to educate and re-educate yourself.
An enthusiastic approach to my daily tasks and a desire to learn ensures I make the most of every experience.
Attention to detail and the ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of people with different needs are very important in my job.
The job requires someone who is able to work under pressure, is comfortable with public speaking, is confident, assertive and decisive.
I have both the possibility to work closely with a team, as well as the opportunity to work on, and have an input into the formulation of new policy.
I am employed to bring the principles of psychology into the recruitment and selection service that the Public Appointments Service offers
The mission statement of the Irish Prison Service is to provide safe, secure and humane custody for all our prisoners entrusted to us by the courts.
Tasks range from working on a landing, in the school, gym, waiting room, escort duty to hospital or court etc.
I must remain alert and ready to deal with any situation as and when they arise.
Clerical Officers work in all departments in Ireland, providing vital input to the team through a range of general office duties. To become a Clerical Officer, you need to have a good general educational standard and be friendly, efficient and customer focused.
The Executive Officer position is the first level of management in the department and your role will involve project management and staff management.
This is a vital role and as Administrative Officer you are involved in the formation of the policies and strategies that improve our economic, financial, international, environmental and social issues. You will be assigned to a parent Government Department/Office.
The job of Third Secretary is the first step in a diplomatic career. The role involves advising the government on Ireland's external relations and being the official communication channel for foreign governments and international organisations.
The Higher Executive Officer is a mid-management role, in which you are required to manage and lead a diverse team, manage projects and budgets and help to develop government policy.
The Assistant Principal Officer role is diverse and can involve managing large teams, handling projects and budgets, strategic management and helping to develop government policies.
The Civil Service is involved in a diverse range of activities and as such employs a large number of professional and technical staff. Some examples of the kind of specialist staff employed in the public sector are detailed below:
The role of Firefighter is a one that is held in extremely high esteem. This team is suitably respected within the community for the service they provide to the public.
Roles within the fire brigade include firefighting, driving ambulances and fire appliances, providing emergency medical assistance technician and operating the control room, among others.
The work of a Garda will involve protecting and serving the public, reducing theft and crime and generally making our home a safer place to live.
It's a serious task and a fulfilling position, which requires an extremely committed, hardworking approach.