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DCU Careers Service works closely with employers to advise you of job vacancies and volunteering opportunities but cannot accept responsibility for the positions advertised. Students are responsible for their own decisions in applying for and/or accepting job opportunities, volunteering opportunities or internships advertised on these pages.

Employment Opportunities

gradireland

Gradcracker: This week's placements and Graduate Opportunities

EU Careers

Job Announcements

YapStone announces 200 new jobs in Drogheda

IT management moftware firm Kaseya announces 130 new positions 

IBM announces 150 jobs in Dublin

AI start-up Aylien announces 70 new jobs

MetLife’s Galway tech campus recruiting 200 IT professionals

Facebook to create 'several hundred' jobs in Ireland

Xilinx to create 100 jobs in Cork and Dublin

Miscellaneous

The Educational Disadvantage Centre and the Irish Prison Service PhD Fellowships

Volunteer for Human Rights and Social Equality

 
gradirelandFind out about job opportunities and how to apply.

Click here for all the latest jobs.

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Gradcracker: This week's placements and graduate opportunities:

Click here for all the latest jobs.

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EU Careers: Find out about job opportunities and how to apply.

Click here for all the latest jobs.

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Recent Job Announcements

YapStone announces 200 new jobs in Drogheda. Click here for more.

IT management moftware firm Kaseya announces 130 new positions. Clcik here for more.

IBM announces 150 jobs in Dublin. Click here for more. 

AI start-up Aylien announces 70 new jobs. Click here for more.

MetLife’s Galway tech campus recruiting 200 IT professionals. Click here for more.

Facebook to create 'several hundred' jobs in Ireland. Click here for more.

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The Educational Disadvantage Centre and the Irish Prison Service PhD Fellowships

The Educational Disadvantage Centre and the Irish Prison Service are running two PhD Fellowships, one is to pursue research on literacy levels of prisoners and the other the digital literacy levels of prisoners. Click here for details. Closing Date for applications is 5pm, November 27th. 

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Volunteer for Human Rights and Social Equality

Voluntary Service International (VSI) is an Irish non-profit organisation working for peace, social justice, sustainable development and intercultural understanding through voluntary service and international exchanges.

The EVS is an EU-funded programme for 18 to 30 year olds to volunteer abroad. The volunteers will have the opportunity to live in another country for a year and inspire young people, working on human rights and social equality projects. There are opportunities currently available - click here for details.

 

Note from DCU Careers Service: This information is provided in good faith. However, it is essential to check all information at source. We advise applicants to use their own judgement and conduct their own research when selecting potential opportunities. You should check with overseas employers/organisations for full details of your contract as well as all costs relating to the post or programme including flights, accommodation and other travel costs, visas, insurance, placement fees, etc. For working overseas, we would also recommend that you check the travel advice about the country or region on the Department of Foreign Affairs website.

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