THE AUTOMOTIVE RECRUITMENT
SPECIALISTS
Start Monday is Ireland's only dedicated automotive recruitment specialist. We are working with main dealerships across Ireland who are looking for experienced car and HGV Technicians...
WORKING AS A TECHNICIAN IN IRELAND
Permanent contracts
Access all the benefits associated with a permanent Irish employment contract.
Holiday entitlements
You will be included in a holiday pay scheme and have access to general leave entitlements.
Competitive salaries
Technician salaries range from €30,000-€40,000 with bonuses and overtime on offer.
Work life balance
Technicians in Ireland typically work a 39 hour week so you can enjoy your free time.
HOW IT WORKS
Complete our short application form, it'll take just 5 minutes to complete.
We will then arrange a Skype with you and send a link of the recorded interview to the prospective employer.
We will conduct reference checks in strictest confidence from your most recent employer. We will always get your permission in advance.
We will meet you at the airport and introduce you to your new employer.
WHY CHOOSE START MONDAY?
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What are the requirements for working in Ireland?
If you are from an EU member state, you are entitled to come to work in Ireland. You do not need an employment permit. You are entitled to have your dependants come to live with you. If your non-EEA spouse or civil partner is coming to live in Ireland with you, they must apply for permission to remain under EU Treaty Rights in order to have similar rights to live and work in Ireland.
What else do I need to work in Ireland?
You should have a Personal Public Service (PPS) number. Your PPS number is a unique reference number which your employer uses to make the required tax and social insurance contributions on your behalf. You also use your PPS number when accessing social welfare and health benefits.
How do I apply for a PPS number?
You apply through the Department of Social Protection. Not all social welfare offices issue PPS numbers so you should contact your local social welfare office go to 'Contact Us' on www.welfare.ie.
What do I need in order to receive a PPS number?
In order to receive a PPS number, you will need to fill out an application form and provide proof of your identity. You will need to produce the following documents:

  • Your passport or immigration card
  • Evidence of your address in Ireland, for example, household bill (ESB, telephone, gas) or a rental agreement in your name.
What do I need to open a bank account in Ireland?
When you are opening a bank account in Ireland, you have to provide proof of your identity and of your address in Ireland.
What are the best sources for finding accommodation in Ireland?
If you are moving to Ireland and are considering renting or buying a property, the following websites will provides lots of useful information and available properties.

www.myhome.ie
www.daft.ie
www.rent.ie
I have children, can they access free education in Ireland?
If you are moving to Ireland with your family you can find information about education in Ireland on the Department of Education and Skills website www.education.ie/en/The-Education-System Children are entitled to free education in publicly funded primary and second-level schools. There is a guide for parents to the Irish education system (pdf) that you may find useful.