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Current Vacancies

Current Vacancies

Provision of 22 Modular Homes at Baile na Laochra Poppintree, Ballymun.

Dublin City Council (DCC) is constructing 22 rapid build modular homes on a site named Baile na Laochra, Balbutcher Lane, Poppintree, Ballymun, as a response to the unprecedented number of families currently residing in unsatisfactory hotel emergency accommodation. As of 29th November 2015 there are 705 families with 1,466 children in emergency homeless accommodation.

"Work without limits" the new Disability Code of Practice for the employment of people with a disability

Three interesting facts about disability:


Did you know:

Around 10 % of the world’s population live with a disability making people with disabilities  the world’s largest minority group.
Charles Barbier, a captain in the French army developed a way for soldiers to communicate silently in the dark by means of raised dots and dashes on thin cardboard.  He called his system “night writing”.  This system later inspired Louis Braille to experiment with raised dots as the basis of a special alphabet for the blind or vision impaired.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I find out about vacancies in Dublin City Council (DCC)?

Job vacancies are advertised by DCC in the national newspapers (Irish Independent on Thursday and the Irish Times on Friday), on the Internet at www.dublincity.ie and www.localgovernmentjobs.ie

Careers in Dublin City Council

Dublin City Council is responsible for the management and development of the capital city, providing a wide range of local authority services, including housing, planning and development, roads and traffic, leisure and community services.  Many services are provided on a regional basis including water, drainage and fire and emergency ambulance.

The Human Resources Department is responsible for the recruitment of staff to fill critical vacancies in these service areas.

Dublin City Council is committed to a policy of equal opportunity.

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