Saturday, 11 August 2012


CloSure of the Silicon Ireland Jobs Board


Its Goodbye!



In a review of our projects we have decided to close our Silicon Ireland Jobs Board. Thank you to all those involved. We will provide a range of links to other Irish Tech Job Sites in due course.

Thanks to everyone.


Friday, 22 June 2012

Webrecruit Ireland awarded 'Recruitment Innovator of the Year'


Webrecruit Ireland awarded 'Recruitment Innovator of the Year' at the
Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards 2012



Webrecruit Ireland’s on-going success and invaluable contribution towards revolutionising the recruitment industry in Northern Ireland, was officially recognised last night at the Workplace & Employment Awards 2012.  

Webrecruit Ireland harnesses the power of the web to allow SMEs and multinational organisations to recruit from as little as £695. If you’re looking for an alternative recruitment method, we are a proven and professional recruiter committed to quality of service and results. Request our brochure.

Our innovative recruitment model is saving NI organisations thousands per placement. We are always happy to discuss any questions or requirements you may have, so please give us a call on
028 9080 2030, request our brochure or visit our website at www.webrecruitireland.com

Thursday, 31 May 2012

For those leaving Ireland for work





For those Emigrating and looking for work abroad here are some recruitment websites that may be of help

SEEK is Australia's number one jobs site. Search or browse jobs across Australia. Find work or recruit the ideal candidate. SEEK and you shall find.

O'Neill & Brennan was established in the UK in 1990 and in Ireland in 1996 to service the construction sector.

Welcome to Go 4 Construction Jobs, the global recruitment website for the building, civil engineering, infrastructure, energy and oil and gas industries. The MULTILINGUAL design of the website ensures that employers and candidates are matched effectively.

Search for Building and Construction Jobs Worldwide, apply for vacancies, receive daily e-mail alerts of new Jobs FREE OF CHARGE. Whether you're looking for a new job at home or overseas, you're sure to find a suitable position.

Find work opportunities in the UK, throughout Europe, North and South America, Asia, Africa and the Middle East including Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Qatar and Saudi Arabia


The purpose of 'Fáilte 32 -Job Opportunities NYC' is to provide Social & Professional Support to the newest members of our Irish-American community and connect them to Networks in order to become established in New York.

By attending Fáilte 32 events, you will be connected to 20 or more influential Irish organizations in NYC. These organizations represent your circle of influence in NYC, and by engaging with them through the the levels of service Fáilte 32 provides, you can expedite the time it takes you to get a job.


Monday, 28 May 2012

Senior UI Developer

Byliner is a digital publishing company specializing in compelling works of original fiction and nonfiction written to be read in a single sitting. These stories range between 5,000 and 30,000 words, and are sold as Kindle Singles at Amazon, Quick Reads at Apple's iBookstore, and NOOK Snaps at BN.com. Written by some of the most accomplished writers working today, Byliner Originals tackle compelling stories from the worlds of culture, technology, politics, business, sports, science, crime, adventure, and more.

Byliner.com consists of curated archives of the best fiction and nonfiction writing, organized by writer. It allows readers to easily find, read, share and buy new and classic stories by their favorite authors.

As a software engineer you’ll be designing and implementing new functionality and building out our back-end infrastructure, so several years of experience with Ruby web frameworks and MySQL, as well as experience with Redis and Mongo DB is important. Experience with API and procotol design is highly 
preferred.

If you think you fit the bill please send us:
• Link to your Github and/or Bitbucket profile
• Links to applications you’ve worked on
• Your LinkedIn profile or resume
• The title of your favorite book

Friday, 25 May 2012

The smart way to recruit in 2012


Click here to request your brochure
 

The smart way to recruit in 2012

Webrecruit Ireland guarantees to fill your vacancy - or your money back! 

From £695, Webrecruit Ireland will drive down your recruitment spend, helping you to connect with the best active and passive candidates by utilising a vast array of online resources, including top job boards and social networking sites, such as LinkedIn.

All applications are then manually filtered to your shortlisting criteria and presented through our unique online shortlist management system to save you time and money
Request our brochure.
Our low cost, results-driven service has successfully delivered to all types of businesses and guarantees to fill your vacancy – or your money back. However, don’t just take our word for it, click here to review our client testimonials.


Job Role
- Salary
Traditional
Agency Fee
Webrecruit Ireland
Fee
Your Savings
Administrator
-£17,000
£2,550
£695
£1,855
Financial Controller
-£40,000
£6,000
£795
£5,205

Please do not hesitate to call me directly on 028 9080 2030 or download our brochure
 to find out how our business can tailor a recruitment solution that will guarantee a hire.

Tuesday, 22 May 2012

Dubstarts Job fair for Ireland


Dubstarts  - Tech & Startup Jobs Fair
Want more from your career?


Why not work for a startup?



We're hosting a small jobs fair for undergraduate students and recent graduates who are interested in working for one of Dublin's most exciting technology startups.


Ireland’s most innovative and highly rated startup companies, including those from Dogpatch Labs, Startup Bootcamp, and the NDRC will be getting together on Wednesday, May 30th to meet with prospective employees (that’s you!) over a few pints in 4 Dame Lane.


They'll have open positions for students, graduates and experienced professionals in:


business development


marketing


engineering/development


legal


finance

Why a Startup?
Because that big company consultancy/finance/engineering internship is going to be terrible!

Working in a startup will give you the opportunity to;

gain a broad exposure to how companies are run and how entrepreneurs turn an idea into a business;
work with passionate, intelligent people who are trying to create value;
have real influence and contribute directly towards measurable growth in a company;
wear many hats, trying out various roles and tasks within a business;
be part of a community of people who are trying to build things in Dublin;
gain exposure and experience in an industry where there are a lot of well paid job vacancies.

http://techjobs.eventbrite.com/