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Executive Officer competition *CLOSED*

Closing date is 3pm Thursday January 31st 2019

Executive Officer competition *CLOSED*

The Civil Service Executive Officer Competition is now open

If you are an ambitious, enterprising individual who enjoys challenging work and is committed to the concept of public service, a position as an Executive Officer could be the ideal role for you.

The Civil Service plays a pivotal role in the social and economic development of the State. At junior management level, Executive Officers are employed across Government Departments/Offices, covering a wide range of functional responsibilities.

While engaged in a variety of activities, typically Executive Officers are responsible for managing people and delivering results, while maintaining a strong customer service ethos.

For more information on the role, eligibility requirements and how to apply, please see our information booklet here.

This competition is nationwide excluding Dublin. 

Closing Date: 3pm, Thursday, January 31st

Full details can be found here.

Find out more about what this role involves from Roseann Gilligan who is employed as an Executive Officer in the Department of Education and Skills: 



Explore more on careers in the Civil and Public service here.

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