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Clerical Officer

The Teaching Council is seeking to appoint a Clerical Officer panel from which future vacancies will be filled as they arise.  

The Clerical Officer position is an operational role within the organisation and involves working as part of a busy team. As Clerical Officer you may engage in a range of activities including general administration and customer service management in order to ensure the smooth operation of our daily activities. This is an excellent opportunity to gain valuable experience in the Public Sector and would suit a person starting out in their career or returning to the workforce.   

The Teaching Council offices are conveniently located in Maynooth Business Campus with free parking available. Staff enjoy the security of permanent, pensionable employment and incremental pay. The Teaching Council encourage ongoing learning with opportunities for training and advancement in your career.   

Annual leave entitlement for the role as Clerical Officer is 22 days and the Teaching Council operates a flexi-time policy. Hybrid working is available subject to completion of successful probation.   

You will be rewarded with a competitive salary and gain invaluable and transferable experience within an innovative and dynamic public sector organisation.

Candidate Information

Clerical Officer: Application Form


Some benefits of working for the Teaching Council

A graphic showing the benefits of working for the Teaching Council.
  1. Pension
  2. Work Life Balance
  3. Maternity Cover
  4. Training and Development
  5. Onsite Parking
  6. Incremental Salary
  7. Generous Annual Leave

Data Protection Act 2018

The Teaching Council is an equal opportunities employer and all applications for employment will be considered based on merit. The Teaching Council welcomes applications from all suitably qualified candidates irrespective of belief, gender, disability, race, political opinion, age, marital status, sexual orientation, or whether or not they have dependents.

When your application form is received, we create a record in your name, which contains much of the personal information you have supplied. Such information held is subject to the rights and obligations set out in the Data Protection Act 2018 and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2018. To make a request under the Data Protection Act 2018 or GDPR 2018, please submit your request in writing to 

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