The Civil Service is now recruiting graduates for the position of Administrative Officer from a wide variety of disciplines including Business, Finance, Human Resources and Industrial and Employee Relations.

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The Civil and Public Service will be present at a variety of careers fairs from the end of September to mid-October. These will be taking place at University College Dublin, the National University of Ireland, Galway, University of Limerick, Dublin City University, University College Cork and Queen’s University in Belfast.

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There are a number of exciting opportunities available if you are interested in kick starting your career in Europe. This includes traineeships, Irish Translator and Data Protection Specialists positions, and events that are taking place over the coming month.

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Careers Fairs are a fantastic way to find out more about the jobs you are interested in and provide you with a great chance to meet potential employers first hand.

Although this can be a daunting experience, it is a great chance to network, find out about organisations and jobs in more detail, and to take a first step in the pursuit of a career that is right for you.

Last Wednesday 57,149 students who sat their Leaving Cert back in June received their results. Exams are important, however they're only one stage of the much longer experience of developing your career. Naturally, receiving your Leaving Cert results can make you go through a roller-coaster of emotions including apprehension and a feeling of uncertainty about what steps you should take next, particularly the CAO application process.

If you are a graduate or recent graduate, a host of events and jobs fair will be taking place around the country.

We will keep you posted on all the latest Graduate Events and Jobs Fairs that we will be attending across Ireland.

The Civil Service is seeking junior management level Executive Officers in Dublin.

While engaged in a variety of activities, typically Executive Officers are responsible for managing people and delivering results, while maintaining a strong customer service ethos.

The Minister for Justice and Equality Charlie Flanagan T.D. has today announced that the Government has agreed to appoint Mr. Drew Harris to the post of Garda Commissioner for a period of 5 years.

Interested in representing Ireland abroad, promoting and protecting the interests and values of our State and its citizens? If so, this could be the career for you! We are now recruiting high calibre graduates for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. You can apply for the role here.

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If you are interested in a position as a Crime and Policing Analyst, you can apply for the role here.

Crime and Policing Analysts provide specialist support to operational and strategic policing through accurate and systematic analysis of a wide range of information sources, and the dissemination of this analysis in an accessible format to key stakeholders.

Fiona Tierney has left her role as Chief Executive Officer at the Public Appointments Service (PAS), the centralised provider of recruitment for the Civil and Public Service, to take on new challenges in the next phase of her career.

In light of the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation, we are taking this opportunity to inform all of our users of our updated Code of Practice for the Protection of Personal Data in the Public Appointments Service and our new Candidate Privacy Statement. These new documents are published on our website and available to view here.

The Public Appointments Service has representatives attending the Dundalk Jobs Fair on Tuesday, 15th May 2018 between 2.00pm to 7.00pm, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Dundalk.

We are delighted to announce that the Public Appointments Service was nominated for Best Student Marketing Campaign at the GradIreland Graduate Recruitment Awards. We have been nominated for the International Careers Fair at the Careers Development Roundtable (CDR).