Construction Jobs in Ireland

Kirby Engineering and Construction joins Expo Line-Up

TweetThe Construction Jobs Expo is pleased to add Kirby Engineering and Construction to the line-up of exhibitors for our 2018 event. Producing quality projects across a European landscape, Kirby is recruiting for a number of roles. Get your CV ready and join [….]

mac-group Recruiting at Construction Jobs Expo

TweetDo you want to find a job you love? Then update that CV and come along to the Construction Jobs Expo on 29th September, where we’ll be joined by mac-group, Dynamic Construction People. This innovative construction company will have people on the [….]

Construction Commenced on Social Housing Development

TweetA new phase of Dublin City’s regeneration kicked off last week. Ministers Eoghan Murphy and Paschal Donohoe, along with Lord Mayor of Dublin, Nial Ring, turned the sod on the O’Devaney Gardens development. The first phase will deliver 56 social homes with [….]

Proposals Invited for €2 billion Development Fund

TweetIt’s time for construction companies to get those thinking caps on. Eoghan Murphy, Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, announced the details of a €2 billion Urban Regeneration and Development Fund (URDF). The fund is part of ‘Project Ireland 2040’, the [….]

Construction Jobs Expo welcomes National Training Solutions

TweetWhether you are a seasoned pro or an apprentice, it’s important to stay safe in the workplace. This is why we’re delighted to announce that National Training Solutions has been added to the line-up for this year’s Construction Jobs Expo. The event, [….]

Bennett Construction recruiting at the Construction Expo

TweetAre you looking to further your career within the construction industry? Joining the line-up at this year’s Construction Expo 29th September 2018, Bennett Construction will be recruiting skilled workers. Meet your potential employer and register for this free event now. About Bennett [….]

Free Online Health and Safety Course for Contractors

TweetHealth and Safety Authority Training Safety in the workplace is paramount, which is why the Health and Safety Authority (HSA) has just launched a free on-line safety course. The short training programme is titled ‘An Introduction to Construction Safety for Small Contractors [….]

Ireland’s Property Market Ranked 9th Most Transparent

TweetHonesty is the best policy, especially when it comes to economic growth. A report released last week cited Ireland’s property market as one of the most ‘highly transparent’ in the world. Ireland is ranked 9th globally in terms of most transparent countries. [….]

Industry Report Predicts Surveyor Shortfall

TweetIf you know anyone thinking of changing their CAO to construction-based studies, now’s certainly the time. The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland just published a report forecasting a shortage of property surveyors. Ultimately, they project a deficit of more than 2,000 for [….]

Industry specialists, Ardmac, join Construction Jobs Expo

TweetWe are excited to have leading company, Ardmac, exhibit at our upcoming Construction Jobs Expo. The construction specialists will be recruiting talented candidates on September 29th, 2018 at Croke Park. About the company Presently, Ardmac is an international construction specialist that delivers [….]

The development of the new Construction Jobs Expo is underway

TweetGrab your hardhat, toolkit and CV. . . Construction Jobs Expo is coming to Dublin for autumn 2018. The recruitment fair will take place on Saturday September 29th at Croke Park’s Hogan Suite. About Construction Jobs Expo Construction Job Expo is Ireland’s [….]

TOP 1000 2017: Construction giants CRH heads the list

TweetConstruction firm CRH has topped The Irish Times TOP 1000 2017. The TOP 1000 is the definitive database of Ireland’s leading companies. The outlook for 2017 is positive, and many sectors of the economy are rebounding after the challenges of the last few [….]

Skills shortages in construction sector hampering growth

TweetThe construction industry has become one of the most buoyant areas of the economy. Last year, the industry added about 1,000 jobs every month. However, skills shortages are hampering growth. In 2016, DKM, the economic consultants, produced a report, “Demand for Skills [….]

Increasing number of professional jobs available in Ireland

TweetThere is good and bad news for people who are in professional jobs, or looking for one. The latest Morgan McKinley Ireland Employment monitor shows that professional job vacancies increased 15 percent in May 2017. However, there was also an increase in [….]

Irish firms offering upskilling and development to retain staff

TweetFour in five Irish organisations have experienced skills shortages in the past two years. As a result, business are increasing offering development opportunities and upskilling. That’s according to new research from CIPD Ireland, the professional body for HR and people development. Their [….]