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  1. Nice secure job here: https://www.kildarenow.com/news/job-pay-rising-e600-week-going-kildare-co-council/212694
  2. Also - if anyone speaks Dutch, German, French, Italian, Spanish http://jobview.monster.ie/getjob.aspx?jobid=194126399
  3. I just got an email for a job referral, here are the details. If anyone interested PM me. Service Delivery Manager/Customer Service Manager role based in North Dublin - a perfect location for anyone based out that direction! This is a permanent full time role with a salary of €45,000-€50,000 and includes parking. They are looking to fill this role ASAP. A little bit more about the role.... The product range of this company is very diverse and the product portfolio includes installed heating systems / ventilation systems/ home appliances and a range of small domestic appliances You will have responsibility to set up the best in class after sales function to support all of the aforementioned product categories. You will oversee subcontractors who are self-employed across the various product categories. The company ethos is very much “hands on†and results oriented You will be a key part of the senior management team and report directly to the Chief Executive. About you! Similar industry experience is vital!! People Management experience Excellent communication skills Ability to prioritise work using time management and organisational skills A high degree of enthusiasm and adaptability Reliability / Flexibility
  4. Also saw these weird looking guys out making dodgy dealings:
  5. What do I say what? That Vodafone is more expensive? Because that has been my experience with them. Bearing in mind I have always been on billpay, I have compared my plans with other bill pay plans.. and Vodafone always seem to be a little tight with the data allowance vs the others. But.. as mentioned before CS far exceeds the others so is worth it.. 👍👍👍
  6. Vodafone are the best but most expensive 3 are the cheapest, they have a reliable network but terrible customer service. Dependent on what you're after (cheap plan and reliable 3) but if you need good customer service I would go to Vodafone, they're more expensive but if you ever need to contact them they will help out properly.
  7. (Nai Kala) Go to another European Country if there is anything wrong with you. Seriously, the health system in Ireland is very bad. In other countries in Europe, if there is an issue that someone has that can't be identified from blood tests or a scan, generally an MRI scan will be next thing to happen. In Ireland, doctors don't believe in checking things out fully. They like to give antibiotics and hope for the best that it'll be grand. When generally it isn't. So many times people have found serious illnesses too much time in to the process and end up having a huge operation or lots of medications when it could have been avoided.
  8. A little information on how the schools system works in Ireland up till the time that children attend college. Schools in Ireland for children and young adults works a little different than that of other countries around Europe. Generally children start out their education prior to officially starting school whereby the government give a grand for them to attend a creche in what is called the ECCE year prior to starting national school. This allows children to attend a creche or Montessori of your choice prior to them starting school and prepares them for starting school. They usually start school between the ages of 4-6 and start in primary school. Primary School lasts 8 years starting with Junior infants, Senior infants and then goes from 1st to 6th class. Upon successful completion of the 8 years in primary school its time for them to attend secondary school. Secondary school usually lasts between 5&6 years. There is an option to do 4th year (transition year) for all students, this is usually a year where students get the chance to take on work experience and work on less academic parts of their student life. Upon successful completion of secondary school and dependent on their points obtained from their leaving certificate exams its time for them to attend college. Hopefully the information is helpful!
  9. “Never give up, for that is just the place and time that the tide will turn.” —Harriet Beecher Stow
  10. Going to start posting some quotes here, always handy to have a list of them saved somewhere :-) Impossible is just a big word thrown around by small men who find it easier to live in the world they've been given than to explore the power they have to change it. Impossible is not a fact. It's an opinion. Impossible is not a declaration. It's a dare. Impossible is potential. Impossible is temporary. Impossible is nothing. - Muhammad Ali
  11. https://www.jobs.ie/ApplyForJob.aspx?Id=1675826 & https://www.jobs.ie/ApplyForJob.aspx?Id=1672596 Για δουλειές στο Dublin
  12. When visiting Ireland here's some sights that can't be missed: Giants Causway Malahide Castle Christchurch Ring of Kerry Galway City Salthill And of course for the best craic and most expensive pints of Guinness Temple Bar Dublin
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