Dublin Airport jobs: cleaning, security and summer jobs on offer

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Dublin Airport is hiring new staff for various roles as summer approaches.

Cleaning, security and summer roles are among those on offer as the airport prepares for the peak season.

Here are all the details you need to know if you want to work at Ireland’s largest airport:

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Security

The Airport Search Unit recruits agents and offers an hourly wage of €14.14.

“Flexible contracts” are offered and successful candidates will be guaranteed 30 hours but must be available to work 40 hours.

The job description states that the “primary responsibility of an ASU Officer is to ensure the safe and efficient movement of passengers through the security process at Dublin Airport in accordance with legal and regulatory requirements and in a manner that improves the customer experience.

This is a 24/7 work roster and is primarily based inside the airport, but “some opportunities may become available over time, to work outside at vehicle checkpoints.

Cleaning

Dublin Airport is hiring members of the airport cleaning team “to ensure quality cleaning and sanitizing of all passenger facilities throughout the airport journey in a highly visible manner”.

The job description states that successful candidates will report directly to the Service Delivery Team Leaders.

Those hired will become “the ‘face of Dublin Airport’ to convey a professional, helpful and friendly attitude and service to all Dublin Airport users”.

Team members will rotate between tasks based on a task list and operate between terminals and across campus.

The salary for this role is not disclosed in the job description. The roles are shift-based and will provide 24/7 coverage throughout the airport.

Summer jobs

The airport is hiring for a range of seasonal vacancies and offers positions across “all airport operations, from car parks to retail”.

Roles have a guaranteed 20 hour work week but applicants must be available to work 40.

The airport is recruiting for the roles “in anticipation of increased passenger numbers and to complement our permanent frontline rosters”.

Salary details are not disclosed in the job description and applicants, but be available to work on a frontline roster 24/7.

To apply for these jobs or get more information, click here.

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