Questions? Please refer to the frequently asked questions below about careers at Gas Networks Ireland.
How should I apply for a position I’ve seen on the Gas Networks Ireland website?
You can send your application to us by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. The contact details are also contained in each job advert
Who can apply?
When should I apply?
How will I know if you have received my application?
When will I hear back from Gas Networks Ireland in relation to the position I’ve applied for?
If I have a disability, when should I let you know?
If your disability requires specific accommodations at the interview stage, you should let the HR department know when you are called for interview and we will endeavour to put the appropriate measures in place.
If you do not feel your disability impacts on the position you have applied for and you do not require specific accommodations at interview, there is no obligation to disclose the information to Gas Networks Ireland.
However, you are always welcome to disclose a disability at any stage in the recruitment process should you feel the need to do so. Gas Networks Ireland is an equal opportunities employer and is positive towards recruiting the right people for the right roles according to talent and ability.
How often are the positions advertised updated?
What academic disciplines are Gas Networks Ireland interested in?
What is the best way to prepare for my interview with Gas Networks Ireland?
Please refer to the interview tips section of our website. We also encourage candidates to research our company by researching through our website.
Is Gas Networks Ireland an Equal Opportunities Employer?
Yes, Gas Networks Ireland is an equal opportunities employer. At Gas Networks Ireland, we believe all individuals are entitled to equal employment opportunities and should be treated with dignity and respect.
Gas Networks Ireland does not discriminate on the grounds of gender, civil status, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, race or membership of the travelling community.
Equal employment opportunity will be extended to all persons in all aspects of the employer-employee relationship including recruitment, training, promotion, benefits and discipline