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12th Dec 2019

Here’s where to go for the best jobs in the Irish construction industry


This Advertorial was brought to you by O’Neill & Brennan

Some fantastic opportunities out there in the Irish construction industry.

Whether you’re looking for a new challenge, to build a career or simply gain some experience, the sheer variety of jobs in the construction industry is incredible. From quantity surveyors and site managers to labourers and machine drivers there is always an opportunity out there.

For the past three years, dedicated recruitment solutions business O’Neill & Brennan has run their #ReturnToIreland campaign. The idea is to encourage Irish people living abroad to consider pursuing a career on the Emerald Isle, and there is certainly no shortage of options!

While many Irish people have opted for construction jobs abroad over the past few years, there has never been a better time to come home. Not only would that mean you’re closer to all your friends and family, but as well as that the sky is the limit in terms of how far you want to take your career.

To give you an idea of the kind of positions are on offer, take a look at the below examples:

  • Quantity surveyors/estimators
  • Engineers
  • Construction project managers
  • Health and Safety officers/advisor
  • MEP services coordinators
  • Design coordinators
  • Foremen

This is only scratching the surface of what’s on offer, to find out more visit here.

Why O’Neill & Brennan?

O’Neill & Brennan work with some of the leading construction contractors who deal with all major projects in every city in Ireland. As well as being experienced, trustworthy, and reliable, they have proven over 30 years of experience to be among the best in the business.

Their consultants work tirelessly around the clock to find a job that works for you.

With four regional offices, O’Neill & Brennan offer job opportunities throughout Ireland, covering temporary, freelance and permanent positions for some of the biggest construction companies.

This Advertorial was brought to you by O’Neill & Brennan