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At Hays we understand that jobseekers’ needs vary. Whether you are searching for general office administration or customer services jobs, office administration management positions or any other type of admin roles, our consultants take the time to find out what you really need from your next permanent or contract role and offer one-to-one guidance at every stage of the recruitment process.

Hugely passionate about the work they do, our consultants maximise their knowledge of the local administration jobs market to find you the ideal job. We also offer the very best personalised careers advice and professional development courses that fit around your life or work, helping you to achieve your career ambitions.

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Are you a HR professional looking to get to HRD level? We surveyed 75 HRD's to create the DNA of a HR Director.

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When work is an education

Upskilling and career development need not mean a return to the classroom, writes Kelly Davis. In the past 12 months, the Irish recruitment market has started to shift from a job-driven environment to one with more candidate control. This means that candidates are getting multiple job offers and have more choice than they had a year ago. 

Find out how to upskill

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Career Advice

Learn how to make your job search work, how to write your CV and cover letter, and interview tips such as how to deal with awkward interview questions.

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