Jobs in German near Dublin

Found 4 jobs
    • Dublin
    • €24,000 - 28,000
    • Posted 21 days ago

    Are you looking for a new role of your first job in Dublin and would like to use your German skills and work for a Global organisation? This role is a German Call Centre representative and dealing with between 60-80 calls per days, so if you have a great personality and like giving excellent Customer Service, this role could be for you! With ove...

    • Dublin North
    • €35,000
    • Posted 21 days ago

    Do you speak, read and write French at a C1 level or above? Do you understand basic web programming languages? This role in Dublin will allow you to use your French language and Technical and Communication skills. About the Company Irish office located in Dublin 3 Working on behalf of one of the world’s most well-known names in Technology! Worki...

    • Dublin City Centre
    • €25,000 - 55,000
    • Posted 21 days ago

    Do you speak German and looking to get into a sales role based in Dublin City Centre? This role is working for a large telecoms company with offices in Dublin, USA and Germany. This role has huge potential to make lots of money in your first year and dealing with existing clients. You will be responsible for: Renewing rental agreements with exis...

    • Dublin City Centre
    • 12.82
    • Posted 21 days ago

    Are you looking for temporary work? Do you speak and write German to a C1 level and would be available for 6 months? My client, a telecoms company based in Dublin City Centre are looking for a number of temporary administrators to help support with: Customer Servcies Data Entry Administration- sending out contracts, paperwork etc. If you are ava...

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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.