Kilkenny jobs roundup - who's hiring in the county this week?

Here are some top picks for job vacancies

Kilkenny People


Kilkenny People



Jobs available in Kilkenny today

This week’s Kilkenny People has details of a wide range of positions in the recruitment section.

Gittens Murray Architects has two vacancies. They’re looking for a year out student of architectural technology as well as a junior qualified architectural technician with at least three years of experience.

Aut Even Hospital Kilkenny want a medical scientist. Applicants must hold the relevant qualifications as per the Department of Health standards. They must also be a member of or be eligible for membership of The Academy of Medical Laboratory Science.

Glanbia require seasonal general operatives. Applicants must have at least two years’ experience of working in a fast paced, highly automated manufacturing environment and/or a qualification in an industrial trade such as electrician, instrumentation technician or mechanical fitter.

PRL are looking for a full time artic driver, and a part time/weekend artic driver. All applicants must have a full licence, a digital tachograph driver card and all driver CPC modules completed.

Munster Joinery wish to recruit a service engineer who has a full clean drivers licence. They will provide full training.

David Buggy Motors are looking for either a qualified mechanic or a fourth-year apprentice. Additionally, they also need an apprentice mechanic.

The Sisters of Mercy in St Leo’s Convent in Carlow require a part-time house manager. Previous management experience is essential.

Teagasc, the Irish agricultural and food development authority, are looking for an ICT technical services manager.

The HSE are searching for a mental health staff nurse, while First choice Interior Sprayers want an apprentice painter.

Those who wish to apply to be a part time cleaner/housekeeper should send their CV to Applicants must be fluent in English and have previous experience.

For more information and contact details about all of these positions, be sure to pick up this week’s edition of the Kilkenny People.