11 Amazing Jobs Up For Grabs Right Now – In Dublin And Beyond

There's so much choice out there right now, so we've picked out some of the highlights

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The jobs market in Dublin – and right across Ireland – just seems to get more and more exciting with every passing week.

And with so much choice out there, we thought you might need a bit of a helping hand – so we've teamed up with Jobbio to pick out some of the highlights for you...

1. Internet of Things Software Engineer – Intel

Undoubtedly one of the most exciting emerging markets out there, the Internet of Things is going to absolutely revolutionise the way we live our lives. 

Want to be a part of that revolution? Well then, you know what to do...

Click here for more info and to apply

2. Visual Merchandising Team Leader – Arnotts

From the windows into the interior of the store, the displays in Arnotts are amongst the most highly regarded in the entire city – just check out their Uniformity display below.

Here's your chance to lead the charge, and to put a serious visual stamp on one of the city's most iconic establishments.

Click here for more info and to apply

3. Senior Manager/Director – Eaton Square

Eaton Square's tag line is 'Consultancy Disrupted' – and that tells you quite a lot about this young, fast-moving and exciting company. Now, their technology practice is expanding, and they're looking for someone to help drive them forward.

Is that you?

Click here for more info and to apply

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4. Senior Wordpress Developer – Inspiration Marketing

Things are getting pretty exciting for this Dun Laoghaire-based agency, who deal mainly with SMEs but also have government agencies and blue-chip companies on the books to boot.

They're looking for a senior Wordpress developer now, to help them along the way.

Click here for more info and to apply

5. .Net Developer – 123.ie

Behind that catchy jingle, there's a seriously talented bunch of people powering this insurance company. If you fancy being part of it, and you're a .net developer with the right amount of experience, then what are you waiting for?

Click here for more info and to apply

6. Senior Web UI Developer – ding*

An innovative and exciting company based in Ballsbridge, currently looking for someone to make their frontend sing. Get in there, you.

Click here for more info and to apply

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7. Junior Service Advisor – Frank Keane

Want to spend your days surrounded by beautiful BMWs? Of course you do.

This role involves supporting the aftersales team, and liaising with a whole manner of people involved in the overall process – immersive, exciting and a great start for anyone with a passion for cars.

Click here for more info and to apply

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8. Customer Advisor, APA/QFA – Bank of Ireland

Brands on this island don't come much bigger than this one – and the customer advisors are right there on the frontline, ensuring that their customers are well looked after, and happy out.

Click here for more info and to apply

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9. CAREGiver – Home Instead Senior Care

From feeding the pet to playing games, and from providing medication reminders to listening to stories about times gone by, being a home-based care giver can be one of the most rewarding roles imaginable.

Home Instead Senior Care has a huge number of these roles open at present, right across the country – so if you think you're the right fit, visit their profile page below.

Click here for more info and to apply

10. Business System and Process Analyst – PayPal

This company hardly needs any introduction. So, if you fancy getting behind the scenes to where the magic all happens, this is your chance...

Click here for more info and to apply

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11. Lettings Property Manager – Savills

Fancy yourself as the versatile type, and want to prove yourself in the world of property?

Well, given it involves dealing with banks, tenants, owners, colleagues and contractors on developments ranging in size from five to 300 units, then this is the gig for you.

Click here for more info and to apply

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Written By

Aidan Coughlan

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