Positions in Dublin

Dublin is the capital and largest city in Ireland, where several employers such as Adobe, Facebook, Amazon, Pfizer, Mott MacDonald, Vestas Wind Systems, Citrix Systems, Microsoft, OATH, L'Oréal, Workday, Uber, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Oracle, 100happydays foundation, The Nielsen Company, Dell EMC, AXA, Novartis, Sanofi-Aventis, Xerox, eBay Inc., Aviva, IBM, Kellogg's, Samsung, The Intern Group, AECOM, Dropbox, Arup, Cisco Systems, Zurich insurance Group, EF Education First, BearingPoint AB, SAP, Citi & Baxter are looking for new applicants.

Employer? Click here

Positions in Dublin right now

Dublin is the capital of Ireland and is home to a quarter of Ireland’s population. Located in the province of Leinster on Ireland’s east coast, the city has the charm and feel of a busy provincial town. Dublin has emerged from the economic recession in 2008, and has become the high-tech capital of Europe and continues to grow with all the new start-ups moving here. The city’s International Financial Services Centre and Docklands area are buzzing with an international young workforce and are an exciting place to be. The Irish people are well known for their friendliness and happy-go-lucky nature, which has led to the city being voted the Friendliest City in Europe twice by TripAdvisor. It is a city that definitely wants to meet you, greet you and make you feel welcome.

The city was founded back in 988 AD as a Viking settlement, and past events have left a mark in Dublin that is still visible today but combined with the new wave of energy that has hit Dublin in the recent years, making the city a historical and contemporary centre for education, arts, economy and industry.

Dublin has a renowned history in the literary, music and movie world with celebrated native names such as George Bernard Shaw, James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, Bran Stoker, and many more. This has lead to the city being awarded the title of UNESCO City of Literature.

Ireland’s economic centre is located in the region of Dublin, as it was at the forefront of the country's rapid economic expansion during the Celtic Tiger period. The economic improvements in the 1990s attracted a large number of global pharmaceutical, information and communications technology companies to the city and Greater Dublin Area. The boom brought many new ethnic groups into the city and created a more international feel, particularly in the north inner city. Dublin is a leading city when it comes to innovation and creativity, and it represents a perfect combination of the Irish cultural heritage and the city’s new vibrant energy.

Search for job

Apply filters

Filter your job search

Clear search

You profile has been updated

You profile has been updated

You profile has been updated

You profile has been updated

Jobs online - 796 results

View more jobs (786)

Get headhunted on the go

The Graduateland app is more than just a regular job finder app. Just by signing up you can make your profile available for recruiters all over the world. In that way, you can let the recruiters come to you and not the other way round.

Sign up today!