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Graduates encouraged to consider public service

Clare graduates have been urged to consider a career in the public service, following the Government’s decision to lift the moratorium on public service recruitment.

The move will provide new opportunities for graduates and those at the early stages of their careers, according to Senator Tony Mulcahy.

“At least 250 graduate positions are to be filled over the next two years. These include 50 graduates in the civil service, 15 specialist economists in the Irish Government Economic and Evaluation Service (IGEES) and 200 graduates in the wider public service,” explained Senator Mulcahy.

He continued:,”Recruitment for some of these positions has begun and details are available on www.publicjobs.ie. Closing dates for receipt of applications are October 28 for the graduate economist competition, and October 30 or the Public Service Graduate campaign.”

Senator Mulcahy further ourlined that in addition to opportunities for graduates, interviews for approximately 300 clerical officer roles, which will also be filled over the next two years, are currently underway. These clerical officers will be taking up ositions in the Civil Service and Public Service across the country.

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