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Jobs In Ireland: Train Drivers Receive N3million Salary – (How To Apply)

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The Irish Rail in Ireland has disclosed its interest to employ train drivers with given skills set, who are to receive a monthly salary of €5,000, about N3 million in Nigerian currency.

Brandnewsday gathers that dozens of positions are expected for driving roles at the Irish Rail over the next few years. The company stated that further investment in train services will see more drivers needed to deliver on this expansion.

And while the work involves shifts, it renumeration is attractive and very rewarding. Thus, successful candidates will be able to earn up to €60,000 per year.

Meanwhile, candidates are urged to apply from any part of the world.

Irish Rail Jobs: Train Drivers Jobs Application

Irish Rail Engineers on inspection| www.brandnewsday.com

Irish Rail Engineers on inspection| www.brandnewsday.com

Speaking via Irish Rail Twitter, a spokesperson for the Irish Rail said: “Candidates must be willing to work various shift patterns, including weekend work for between 39 and 48 hours a week.

”These new drivers will be based in different depots right around the network. Iarnród Éireann encourages people from all over the country to apply.”

There are a few conditions, however:

Applicants must meet European Train Driver Licensing requirements with a minimum of nine years full-time education and must be over the age of 20.

The successful candidates must have the following attributes:

Excellent Communication Skills
Calm in an Emergency
Follow Rules and Procedures
Conscientious
Customer Focus
Achievement Orientation

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