Donegal jobs alert: Donegal County Council inviting applications for Traffic Wardens

Council proposes to form a panel of qualified candidates

Donegal jobs alert:  Donegal County Council inviting applications for Traffic Wardens

Who’s hiring across County Donegal this week? Check out the Donegal Democrat recruitment pages for a roundup of the best jobs in Donegal.

Donegal County Council are inviting applications for Traffic Wardens (full time).

The council proposes to form a panel of qualified candidates from which it will fill temporary vacancies as they arise.

In Killybegs, Niall More Nagtional School has a vacant position for a part-time cleaner (2 hours per school day).

Nurse on Call are hosting interviews this week in Sligo and Letterkenny. There is a large variety of nursing work available 

SITT Rural Transport are seeking applicaitons for placement on a panel for part-time travel escorts for people with intellectual disabilities.

A company is hiring bricklayers for work in Derry. Applicants must have CSR Cards.

A national managed print services company is looking to grow their business in the north west.

They are looking for a person to represent the company here. It's a 20 hour per week flexible position working from home.  

See also: Major jobs announcement at Abbott

 
For details on all the above positions and how to apply for the roles, get your copy of the Donegal Democrat (issues July 26 and July 19). If you wish to place a jobs advert, contact our offices at 074 97 40160 (Donegal town) or Letterkenny 074 91 28000.

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