How to post and apply for jobs on cifjobs.ie
Construction jobs website www.cifjobs.ie offers CIF members an great opportunity to fill vacancies with the minimum of fuss. In addition, it gives Irish construction professionals and tradespeople an opportunity to progress their construction careers in a sustainable way.
Hence, employers and jobseekers now have a direct route to engage with each other in the jobs market.
Established by the Construction Industry Federation, CIFjobs.ie is an invaluable recruitment tool for Irish contractors and sub contractors to recruit the staff and deliver on anticipated workloads across all sectors over the next four years. The CIF estimates that approximately 112,000 workers will be required if the Irish construction industry is to deliver on the ambitious Goverments targets. Housing, infrastructure and FDI (foreign direct investment) are key sectors that will need workers in the coming years.
CIFjobs.ie for employers
If you are a CIF member looking to fill vacancy in your firm, visit the cifjobs.ie Post a Job page. Download an application form. Once you have completed the application form with your company and job details, email it to email@example.com. The job will be processed and posted on the cifjobs.ie website.
CIFjobes.ie For jobseekers
CIFjobs.ie posts all the Top and Latest Jobs on the website homepage daily. Use the website search engine, to search by job keyword and location. In addition, you can use a convenient tagging facility to create lists by job type, contract type; full-time, part-time, etc.
Key construction jobs to be filled
According to a DKM report commissioned by the CIF, construction activity can sustain an additional 112,000 Irish construction jobs up to 2020. This figure is based on an estimated €17.8billion worth of projects in the pipeline in 2017.
Key positions that need to be filled between now and 2020 are:
- 15,200 electricians
- 7,800 bricklayers
- 11,800 plumbers
- 30,800 carpenters and joiners
- 13,900 plasters/Floor and tilers
- 9,400 painters and decorators
- 9,600 managers
- 18,100 operatives and
- 27,600 general labourers