Recruit Ireland Presentation
Part of one of Ireland’s largest media groups Landmark Media Investments, RecruitIreland.com was established in 1999 to provide a digital solution for the Irish recruitment market. It is now recognised as one of the most innovative client and candidate driven job sites in Ireland.
The website provides a cutting-edge service that brings together the best companies with candidates of the highest calibre.
Jobboard Finder’s opinion
Recruit Ireland is a popular job board in Ireland
- The site is very attractive and easy to navigate
- The homepage has a featured job offer section as well as the recently published offers
- There is advice and extra help for job seekers
- Searching for a job is quite simple, although it is not possible to launch a general search, you need to add a location or a key word. Only then can you narrow it down with certain filters
Additional job board information
Our aim is to provide jobseekers with a comprehensive database of quality jobs. Moreover, we strive to provide jobseekers with relevant and up to date information to help manage their careers. Our aim is to provide employers with a cost effective, efficient way to recruit quality candidates.
We offer many services to employers. Our advertising service allows employers place job ads on the RecruitIreland.com website. Candidates browse and submit CVs to companies via email. It's that simple. We also offer many sponsorship opportunities which we would be delighted to talk to you about.
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