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Career opportunities in Revenue

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Career opportunities in Revenue


Wednesday, February 08, 2017 




Career opportunities in Revenue

Revenue, the section of the public services dealing with taxation, currently has some exciting career opportunities.

Administrative Officers (ICT) - Dublin and Limerick

Graduate opportunities to join a team as a software developer with one of Ireland’s recognised business technology leaders. You will be involved in: -Sophisticated business applications -Mobile and computer applications -Service oriented architecture -ICT security -Big data and predictive analytics

Administrative Officers (Compliance) - Nationwide

Excellent opportunities for graduates to build a career in Revenue, working in a wide variety of tax and customs areas, including:

  • Audit and compliance
  • Risk analysis
  • Researching and advising on interpretation of tax and customs law and practice
  • Supporting the implementation of tax policy

Solicitors - Cork Dublin and Limerick 

Join us as a core member of Revenue’s legal team, working on the legal and regulatory aspects of tax and duty administration at national, EU, and International level, and advising in Court proceedings.

The closing date for applications for all three categories is 1.00pm Thursday 23 February 2017.

Please see publicjobs.ie or revenue.ie for detailed information, information booklets and application details.

Find out more about the wide range of graduate and other career opportunities in the Civil and Public Service and the EU here:

The CareersPortal Team