The overall aim of recruitment and selection process of the Department of Transport is to externally obtain, at minimum cost, the number and quality of people required to fulfil the business needs of the Department.
At present, the Public Appointments Service has primary responsibility for the selection of most staff for posts in the Civil Service. These posts are subject to any Department of Finance policies on public sector numbers that are in operation at that time.
How do I get a job in the Department of Transport?
Recruitment to General Service Civil Service grades (e.g. Clerical Officer, Administrative Officer) is made centrally through the Public Appointments Service, which may be contacted at:
Chapter House, 26-30 Upper Abbey Street, Dublin 1.
Telephone: 353 1 8587500, Lo-call: 1890 449999
Fax: 353 1 8587500 (CSC) and 353 1 8587574 or
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Grades specific to the Department of Transport
Occasionally we have vacancies for grades specific to the Department of Transport, for example Radio Officers in the Irish Coast Guard. Recruitment to these is also made through PAS by the placement of advertisements in the national newspapers.