9 Dublin Jobs On The Market Right Now, Where It's All About Dem Perks

'Cos we all love being rewarded

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They say if you love what you do that you'll never work a day in your life.

And werk-perks can go a long way in making you love your job.

Whether it's extended annual leave, a breakfast station or a company car – if you work hard, you deserve it. 

So we've partnered with Jobbio to bring you the coolest jobs with the hottest perks out there right now.

1. Sales & Business Dev Manager – Púca Technologies Ltd

Perks include an office dog named Napoleon, great wifi, weekly treats and great pints of Guinness in the local pub.

This role will focus on capitalising on the growing market for integrated mobile solutions spanning messaging, apps and mobile marketing services. Sound like your kind of job?

Of course it does. Sure we had you at Napoleon, didn't we?

Click here to apply.

Puca

2. Programmatic Marketing Executive – Electric Media Group

Get the chance to work with companies such as Vodafone, Bank of Ireland, McDonalds, Aer Lingus, eircom, and L'Oreal amongst many others.

This position has plenty of rewards, including education programmes and its gorge location in Ballsbridge. 

Click here to apply.

Pragmatic

3. Commerical Manager – OpenHydro

Do a good job in this role and reap the endless rewards – a competitive salary, pension, medical insurance, life assurance and corporate discounts, including to the Four Seasons. 

Nice. 

This Dublin-based role involves selling Turbine Systems to prospective customers. So you're basically saving the world, one turbine at a time.

Click here to apply.

Open Hydro

4. Customer Manager – Mars

Like chocolate and consider yourself a people person? Don't we all.

Benefits of working for Mars include all the chocolate you could ever want, full paid maternity leave, a highly subsidised canteen, healthcare and pension plans and amazing views of the Wicklow mountains from Mars Ireland HQ.

The job itself requires you to work on strategic customer relationships to boost profitable growth... but we know you didn't actually read that properly because you're still thinking of chocolate.

Click here to apply.

5. HR Administrator – Core Media 

As HR Admin your focus will be on Learning and Development – a key in any company. 

These guys believe in rewarding and investing in people for their efforts, and their offices are amaze. If you have a 'can-do' work ethic this job is definitely for you. 

Click here to apply.

6. Business Development Rep – Newswhip

This amazing start-up offers a competitive salary, with a strong base and attractive commission to hard-working members of their team. 

As a BDR you'll seek out companies to engage with who might benefit from Newswhip's platforms. You'll work as a key component in a company that is revolutionising how breaking stories are found and how people are engaging with them. 

Click here to apply. 

7. Web Designer – Artizan

Are you an online whiz? With mad web design skillz and an eye for unique and engaging aesthetics?

Then praise the lords, 'cos this could very well be your dream job. 

Perks include no late evenings or weekends working, and they're based on Merrion Square – the dream spot so that you can escape to the park on a rare hot day. 

Click here to apply.

8. Insights Account Manager – Brandtone

If analytics are your thang then listen up.

Brandtone are looking for someone who can provide insights on key success factors of their marketing campaigns and the insights into the profile of people who engage with their campaigns.

Perks o' the job include flexible working, early-finish Friday, bonus and loyalty schemes, quarterly employee awards, additional annual leave and generous marriage, parental and maternity leave.

Click here to apply.

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9. Sales Executive – WhatClinic.com

The sales team are responsible for creating sales with new customers and up-selling to existing customers.

It's your perfect chance to work in a fun fast-paced environment just off Grafton Street.

Click here to apply.

What a round up.

On your marks, get set, go!

Written By

Aidan Coughlan

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