Local Government Jobs Homepage
Search by Location or Profession (below)
Search Local Government Jobs By Location
Search Local Government Jobs By Profession
About Local Government Jobs
Working In Local Government
Local Government Events
Useful Links
Contact Us
Contact Details
Jobs Newsletter
Common Recruitment Pool


Clerical Officer

Comhairle Contae Mhuineacháin
Monaghan County Council


Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates who wish to be considered for the following positions

Clerical Officer
&
Library Assistant

The competition for the above posts will consist of two stages:

Stage 1 will consist of a compulsory aptitude test for all applicants who meet the minimum qualifications to be considered for the post of Clerical Officer and/or Library Assistant.
Stage 2 will consist of competitive interviews for which a limited number of candidates will be invited to attend based on Stage 1 results. At this stage, application forms will be forwarded to the successful candidates, to be completed in full and returned in order to be considered for interview.

A panel may be formed based on the results of Stage 2, from which future vacancies (temporary or permanent) may be filled.

Expression of Interest form and Candidate Information Booklets are available to be downloaded from Monaghan County Council’s Website www.monaghancoco.ie and are also available from the Human Resource Management Section, Monaghan County Council, County Offices, The Glen, Monaghan at Telephone No. (047) 73702

Completed Expression of Interest forms must be emailed to recruitment@monaghancoco.ie not later than Friday 24th November 2017 at 4.00pm. Hard copies will not be accepted.

Canvassing will disqualify.

Monaghan County Council is an equal opportunities employer.

Request application form

Contact Details

Monaghan County Council
County Offices
The Glen
Monaghan

HOME - SEARCH BY LOCATION - SEARCH BY PROFESSION - ABOUT US - EVENTS - LINKS - CONTACT US - COMMON RECRUITMENT POOL




No items to list.



Heritage restoration projects, managed and funded by local government may be seen at every turn with the restoration of historic buildings and sites.