Working in Clare
Looking for Work
You have the right to work in Ireland when you have your permission letter confirming that you have been granted Temporary Protection under the EU Directive. You can also work for yourself (self-employment) and you can access vocational training in Ireland.
Clare Local Development Company is providing on the ground support to support Ukrainians in County Clare.
SICAP Development Staff are linking in with relevant agencies to organise and provide:
- Working Life in Ireland programme
- CV and interview preparation
- Signposting employment opportunities
- Additional English language supports to facilitate employment opportunities.
You must register and have your qualifications recognised to work in some professions. For example, you must register with the Medical Council to work as a doctor.
The Teaching Council is developing a process to allow people who are qualified teachers in Ukraine to register and teach in Ireland.
Offers of employment
If you have a vacancy you can advertise it free of charge on the dedicated recruitment website. JobsIreland aims to help people to get jobs and help employers connect with the right people.
The service is part of Intreo – the Public Employment Service from the Department of Social Protection. You can register on the JobsIreland website, by emai email@example.com or by phone at (0818) 111 112. Once your company is registered, you can start to place ads for your vacancies.
GoingFar has a free mentoring programme for Ukrainians who are looking for work.
The EPIC programme can help you to find a job and can help you develop skills that will help to prepare you for working in Ireland.
JobAidUkraine helps Ukrainians to find a job in the European Union. You can search for available jobs in Ireland. The jobs advertised are only for people who have left Ukraine because of the war.