County Hall Tallaght
South Dublin County Council came into existence on the 1st January 1994. It has an area of 222.74 square kilometres. South Dublin has a population of 265,205 according to the 2011 census. The heraldic crest for South Dublin reads "This We Hold In Trust" in both English and Irish, while incorporating elements relating to the history, geography and present day infrastructure of the area. It is bounded by Dublin city (15 km to the north east), the Dublin Mountains and County Wicklow to the south, the River Liffey to the north separating it from Fingal and County Kildare to the west.
Work Experience for Secondary School StudentsWe afford secondary school students the opportunity to avail of unpaid work experience for short periods during their school term. Demand is high in this area and students/teachers are asked to contact the organisation at the earliest possible stage to avoid disappointment.
It is essential that the school/organisation supply necessary insurance information when applying.
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