- Newspapers will generally be found in public libraries and the major
professional journals and trade magazines are likely to be held
in commercial libraries. The Paperboy web
site lists newspapers.
National newspapers contain different types of vacancies on different
days. Remember that competition is likely to be fiercer for a job
advertised in a national newspaper than for one advertised in a
Careers Service publication.
- Gradireland Official Careers Directory is aimed at
final year students and is available from your Careers
Service. It advertises graduate jobs in Ireland and also
contains careers information and information about postgraduate
- Specialist journals and magazines may be published by the relevant professional institution
or by commercial publishers and generally contain articles, which
will give you an idea of current issues in the profession or sector
and new products or ideas. In some professions, these journals will
be the principal place to find advertisements. See Information
Resources at the end of this section to find listings of specialist
journals and magazines.
- Prospects Today
This list is produced weekly and contains immediate vacancies for
new and recent graduates and is available by postal subscription
or on the Prospects web.
- Prospects Finalist
This list is produced during university terms, containing jobs with
major graduate recruiters to begin in the autumn. The jobs are open
equally to graduates and finalists and the list is available by
subscription or on the Prospects
- Graduate recruitment annual directories eg Prospects
Directory, GTI Guides (Target
Law, Target Science). These are available from higher
education Careers Services.
the official higher education careers website in Ireland.
You can use this site to search for current vacancies as well as
annual vacancies with major graduate recruiters
predominantly covers UK vacancies but there is a search facility
for jobs in Ireland
- Graduate careers websites such as www.doctorjob.com
include a vacancy section. Vacancies predominantly in the
- employer websites - employers are increasingly using
their own websites as the principle source of notification about
their graduate vacancies. Check out the employer links on
your own Careers Service Website.
Many companies no longer publish
recruitment brochures and handle applications on line
instead. See Completing
an application form? for more details.
- recruitment sites such as www.irishjobs.ie,
www.recruitireland.com, and www.jobs.ie
Many sites ask you to register and
will then send you direct notifications of relevant vacancies.
- specialist journals on line and on line bulletins from
The Information resources section highlights
further links and publications.