Full Time Jobs in Construction Jobs near Dublin

Found 3 jobs
    • Dublin North
    • €40,000 - 70,000
    • Posted 37 minutes ago

    Project Quantity Surveyor About Our Client · Our client is an international Tier 1 – Main Contractor. · They currently do work in US, Latin America, and Europe. · Positioned as the 40th International Contractor in the world. · Over 20,000 employees worldwide at the service of people and infrastructure. About Your New Job · Producing programme vs...

    • Dublin City Centre
    • Negotiable
    • Posted 2 days ago

    Job description Electrical Technician - Dublin About Our Client Our client has over 420,000 employees and deliver services to 64 countries around the world Our clients on site services include food facilities management and workplace & technical management services Our client is an ISO 9001:2000 certified company. About Your New Job ·Undertake m...

    • Dublin City Centre
    • Plus €10 subsidiary every day
    • Posted 6 days ago

    LIGHT AND HEAVY CIVIL WORKERS – DUBLIN AND LOUTH  About Your New Employer   Our client is one of Ireland’s leading network service providers Our client offers a long-term, permanent contract 5+ years of work available in a progressive environment for the right person   About Your New Job   Light and heavy civils crews are urgently required in Lo...

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Dublin is the capital city of Ireland with a population of nearly 1.7 million. The Irish capital is a blend of Victorian pubs, rows of elegant Georgian town houses, and glittering modern buildings. Dublin is widely regarded as one of the most youthful cities in Europe – it is estimated that about 50 percent of its residents are under the age of 25. Thus, the city boasts a vibrant nightlife, and live music can often be enjoyed in the streets of Dublin's entertainment districts.