On the lookout for a job? Now that January has finally wrapped up, some of us are actually considering leaving our houses again, which means cash is needed. From serving coffee to working in admin, we have a few roles that might interest you. Here are a few part-time jobs in Ireland that are available right now.
1. Receptionist, Dublin
The elbowroom in Stoneybatter is looking for someone to work Mon, Wed, Thur evenings (5pm - 10pm) and occasional weekend shifts. Duties include meeting and greeting clients, answering the telephone and cash management.
Check out the full job spec here.
2. Legal Administrator, Dublin
This role offers flexible work working hours and a degree or commensurate experience is essential. Requirements include good time management and organisational skills, multi-tasking experience and IT literacy with experience in online legal research.
Interested? The full job spec is here.
3. Sales Assistant, Cork
Candlemania in Cork City is looking for an energetic and enthusiastic person to join their team. Duties include assisting customers on a daily basis, money handling and restocking shelves.
Pay is €9.55 - €10.00, depending on experience. Details on how to apply are available here.
4. Luxury Fragrance Sales Assistant, Cork
Sam McCauley Chemist is looking for a positive and professional person to join their team. Experience in the beauty industry is interested. More information is available here.
5. Food Service Assistant, Limerick
Sodexo are want a good communicator, who has experience in a food service environment and possesses good customer service skills. Duties include food prep and serving food and drink to customers.
Those who are interested can learn more about the role here.
6. Barista, Limerick
Obsessed with coffee? Insomnia are looking for an enthusiastic and outgoing person who is available to work flexible shift patterns. Previous coffee experience is desirable but not essential - discounts include coffee and meals on duty.
Pay is €9.80 an hour. Have a look at the job spec here.
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