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teaching overseas

Hey, teacher! Thinking about teaching overseas?

Calling all teachers! If you are considering teaching overseas, you can’t afford to miss Jobs Expo on 22 October at Croke Park. As always, Jobs Expo will feature a huge variety of national and international companies recruiting at the event. However, this October’s Jobs Expo includes our first Education Village. The Education Village will host […]

Education Personnel

Teach in New Zealand? Meet Education Personnel at Jobs Expo

Ever considered teaching in the Land of the Long White Cloud? Education Personnel from New Zealand will be recruiting at Jobs Expo at Croke Park on 22 October. Education Personnel Ltd has been a leader in education recruitment since 1995. They are the preferred recruitment company for New Zealand’s Ministry of Education. EP deliver services for schools, […]

World Teachers will be exhibiting at Jobs Expo Dublin

World Teachers an international education recruitment agency based in the UK. They place qualified teachers in international schools. In addition, they work with education management companies and help state-owned and private schools with their teacher recruitment and development needs. The agency recruits for schools internationally and sources people for educational establishments in the Gulf Co-operation States. […]

Emigrant Support Progamme – applications close on February 19

Organisations working with Irish emigrants can now apply for financial assistance via the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s Emigrant Support Programme (ESP), which has a resource pool of approximately €11.5 million for the year. Applications for the fund will close on February 19. ESP overview According to the Department of Foreign Affairs: ‘The programme provides financial […]

Australia

Thoughts from Down Under: Living and working in Australia

Australia is one of the destinations of choice for many of those leaving Irish shores to find work. But how do those who have made the move feel about their adopted home? This Irish Times piece takes a look at Irish emigrants’ experiences and attitudes towards life in Australia. ‘Every six minutes somebody leaves Ireland […]