Developers in Ireland can now apply for SQL Developer work jobs online through the Irish Times job portal.
This is the latest sign that the country is getting back on track with attracting more talent and that the government’s focus on hiring more software engineers is paying off.
The online job portal was launched by the Department of Finance and Employment last month, with an aim of creating a more open environment for those wanting to apply for jobs with the government.
The portal will be used by applicants to apply directly for jobs through the Department’s JobBridge website.
Applicants must be Irish citizens, residents of Ireland and have worked for the department for at least two years.
The portal will also offer job descriptions, resume, CV, references and other details.
The launch of the portal came at a time of great uncertainty for the Irish economy, with unemployment levels soaring and a fall in GDP forecasts.
The government has been under pressure to boost the economy to create more jobs, as well as tackle the high number of software engineers.
A new job portal has been launched to encourage job seekers to apply to the government for employment.
Source: Google MapsA similar portal was recently launched in the US, and a similar portal is also available in Spain.
However, the Government has not yet rolled out similar portals in Ireland.
This has prompted concerns that the portal could become a template for other countries looking to attract more software developers.