Consultancy and Dublin Living
Like any other country, Ireland has its own rules and regulations around the areas of employment, healthcare, immigration and the law. Chances are these rules are entirely different to those in your home country. With this in mind, we have developed a consultancy service which aims to guide you through the various processes you will encounter when accessing certain services.
Ireland now has the second highest minimum wage in the EU after Luxembourg, so working is a worthwhile option for many people who come here to live or study.
We have extensive knowledge of the Irish work permit system, so if you are from outside the EU or EEA, you will need to apply for a special permit should you wish to work during your time in Ireland. We can guide you through the entire process and help you understand your rights as a worker in Ireland. We help you through the essential process of getting a P.P.S. (Social Security) number We can help you with paperwork for the Department of Jobs Enterprise and Innovation and the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service and we also offer a C.V. preparation service.
We have a recruitment team tasked with ensuring that you find suitable employment, and if you lack confidence in your English skills, we can help you with the entire process from start to finish. We can help you to access and gain employment in your chosen area, and can give you advice on salaries and taxes, so you can be sure that you are getting exactly what you are entitled to.
Ireland is a growing economy, and you can be part of this dynamic growth. There are opportunities in many different sectors, and with 9 different work permits we can help find the option that’s best for your situation.
The National Skills Bulletin has highlighted some key areas where there has been a shortage of workers to fill key roles in Ireland. These areas include:
- Sales and customer service
Work Hard, Play Hard!
Dublin is cementing its reputation as a great place to do business, but also as a cultural and nightlife hotspot. One thing is for sure, Dubliners certainly know how to have fun, and of course, Ireland is the home of ‘the craic’ (Irish slang for fun!). Don’t forget to take a stroll around the city and see some of the sights, and maybe have a ‘pint of plain’ (that’s Guinness to you and me). Here are our top 6 recommendations for things to do in this wonderful city.