We anticipated some of your questions and put them in the Q&A section below. If you cannot find the answer to a question you have, please email us at careers@ComReg.ie, don’t forget to put ‘Recruitment query’ in the subject line.
We advertise on LinkedIn and on the ComReg website under the ‘Recruitment’ section. You will find the job description, details of how to apply and all relevant logistics. You can find our current vacancies on the current vacancies tab to the left or on our LinkedIn page.
If you are interested in one of our roles and have the skills and experience necessary, please send your CV together with your cover letter by the specified closing date to careers@ComReg.ie
If you have the skills and experience necessary for a number of roles we would welcome multiple applications.
Please bear in mind that each vacancy requires a separate application.
You will receive an automated response confirming receipt of your application.
After the position closes, CV’s will be reviewed against the criteria for the role and a shortlist will be compiled. If you are on the shortlist, you will be invited to interview. If not, we will let you know. If you are not shortlisted please don’t lose heart, there may be other ComReg roles in the future which better suit your qualifications, skills and experience so keep an eye on our careers page and LinkedIn.
Sometimes our processes can take a little longer than usual so please bear with us.
Interviews will usually take place in our ComReg offices located at One Dockland Central, Guild St, Dublin 1. If interviews are scheduled at any other location, we will let you know in advance of your interview.
If you have additional needs and are invited for interview please get in touch by phone or e-mail to let us know.
It depends on the role. For many of our roles, we call the top scoring candidates to second round interview.
In some cases, our interviews include presentations or tasks to examine drafting expertise. You will be notified of dates and requirements well in advance of any interviews and kept informed throughout the process.
You can find the salary on the bottom of the job specification.
Interviews are largely competency based. Our competency framework can be found here. This framework was put together following consultation with employees and contains common behaviours required by those working in ComReg. You should look at the competencies set out on the vacancy notice and examine the behaviours associated with those competencies in the framework. We will be looking for demonstrations of some of these behaviours at interview.
Our interviews are competency based and operate on the principal that past behaviour is a good indicator of future performance. In order to answer the questions fully you should use the S.T.A.R method. This means you should think about your example in terms the Situation, your Task, the Action you took and the Result.
If you have been called for interview, you may request feedback. Unfortunately, due to the volume of CV’s we receive, we cannot provide feedback if you have not been shortlisted.
Please see the About Us section of the website. There you will find details of our structure and divisions.
We would like you to start as soon as possible after the contract has been signed and conditions met. However, we realise that some people have longer notice periods and we will work with you to come to a suitable arrangement.
In general, feedback from our current employees and our alumni is very positive. We like to think our organisation is a great place to work. For further detail, please see our ComReg Experience section for a more detailed look into what those working at ComReg say about their experience.
Please see our employee value proposition.
We have excellent development opportunities to enhance your personal and professional skills and equip you to compete for the next step in your career. It is important that you take control of your career by establishing your career plan and setting out what steps you need to take to equip you for success.
Our office hours are nine to half five, Monday to Friday. From time-to-time, during busy periods, there may be a requirement to vary the starting/ finishing time.
If you have the right to live and work in Ireland your application will be considered.
If you are shortlisted, we shall send you details of the interview panel. If we overlook this please get in touch and we will clarify.
Yes, we use agency partners on a panel appointed following a tendering process to assist with recruitment of some specific contracts and other roles.