You have the right to work in Ireland when you have your permission letter confirming that you have been granted Temporary Protection under the EU Directive. You can also work for yourself (self-employment) and you can access vocational training in Ireland.
You must register and have your qualifications recognised to work in some professions. For example, you must register with the Medical Council to work as a doctor.
The Teaching Council is developing a process to allow people who are qualified teachers in Ukraine to register and teach and Ireland.
County Kildare Chamber of Commerce offer a professionally operated, shared workspace in their iHub (office facility). They support businesses in County Kildare and are offering to assist with connecting displaced Ukrainian nationals with employment and businesses within their network.
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If you have a vacancy you can advertise it free of charge on the dedicated recruitment website www.JobsIreland.ie. JobsIreland aims to help people to get jobs and help employers connect with the right people.
The service is part of Intreo – the Public Employment Service from the Department of Social Protection. You can register on the JobsIreland.ie website, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 0818 111 112. Once your company is registered, you can start to place ads for your vacancies.