Whether you’re job ready or need some extra help getting there, we’re here to help you get to where you want to be, no matter where that is or where you are now. From language lessons to transferring your qualifications, interview skills to career advice, upskilling to further education, we want to help you navigate the Irish jobs market and see you achieve your career goals.
We partner with a range of organisations and educational institutions to help you on your career journey. If you require further education, language skills, work experience or personal development we have access to a range of courses and supports available to you through our partner organisations.
Need help tailoring your CV to the Irish jobs market? Our recruitment specialists can help you fine tune your application and support you with interview skills. First impressions count and we want to help you make the best impression possible.
We have a host of organisations actively seeking to recruit from the talent pool available in the refugee and asylum seeker community. As a candidate of Recruit Refugees Ireland you will have access to vacancies all over Ireland.
Our recruiters will give you a call and find out all about your experience, qualifications, goals and aspirations. We'll chat about where you are and where you want to go with your career.
Our recruitment specialists will connect you to people and places who can get you to where you want to be! Whether you're looking for a course or looking to transfer your qualification, our growth stage is all about preparing you for success.
Once you are ready to move to the next step, we will support you with perfecting application, CV and interview skills. Finishing off the final steps of your personal development, let's chat about your aspirations again.
Congratulations, you're job ready and it's time to start applying for positions. By applying to a position advertised through Recruit Refugees Ireland, you will continue to receive support from our recruitment team and we will handle all interview arrangements and interview feedback.
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We would recommend you contact a previous employer from your home country if you have one. Very often, our employers will accept a reference from an educational body or state authority. We can discuss your individual reference requirements during our initial conversation.
You will find a job you wish to apply for and we will support the application process. If you are shortlisted for an interview, we will contact you to make arrangements. We will also contact you if your application was not successful.
We are currently working remotely and are head office is in Cork. However, we have recruiters in Dublin and Galway also.
Absolutely! This we want to prepare you to the fullest. We can also help with your interview skills.
There is no age limit to working in Ireland and employers are not to discriminate on employability based on your age.
You will need to contact IPAS by email and request a transfer, but there is no guarantee that you will get it.
Yes you can, but it is best to wait until the probation period is over and do remember you will be responsible to pay for everything yourself. In the event that you should lose your job you will have to apply for a place in DP again through IPAS and you may get a place in a very different location.
Provided nothing has changed in your situation, please contact the Access to Work Department (by email) and ask about the delay, if this is due to COVID 19, delays are common, but should not take too long)
Yes you do. You need to register with revenue.ie.
If I lose my job due to the pandemic, will I be entitled to COVID 19 payment as an asylum seeker?
If the job loss is due to COVID19 circumstances, you will be entitled to this payment. Your employer should fill out the paperwork.
If I lose my job, but not due to the pandemic, am I entitled to job seekers benefit?
If you live in Direct Provision, you will not be entitled to job seekers benefit or allowance, you will return to receiving 38 € weekly.