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BlueCandle 10:18 16-12-2016 (8 Thanks)
The new EO campaign has launched - information booklet to follow...
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mansize 12:06 16-12-2016
Registered interest
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Samsgirl 12:21 16-12-2016
Just applied.. here we go again with a campaign ;-)
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Areas 12:22 16-12-2016
Same. I've been a Clerical officer for a year and I regretted not applying for the EO competition in 2014.
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Crunchymomma 12:38 16-12-2016
Just applied!! Was getting antsy wondering when this would come up
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ruadh 13:01 16-12-2016
Weekly working hours of 43 hours and 15mins and A/L starting at 23 days is pretty crap considering the grade, no?
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osullic 13:07 16-12-2016
Here we go again
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Copper_pipe 14:04 16-12-2016
Applied there
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Yummymummy83 14:18 16-12-2016
Originally Posted by ruadh:
Weekly working hours of 43 hours and 15mins and A/L starting at 23 days is pretty crap considering the grade, no?
Think it's standard. That is inclusive of your breaks. 23 AL is good starting point IMO, after all it's considered a trainee role.
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splendid101 14:47 16-12-2016
Originally Posted by ruadh:
Weekly working hours of 43 hours and 15mins and A/L starting at 23 days is pretty crap considering the grade, no?
43.25 hours per week includes 1.25 hours for lunch per day. The clocked-in hours are 37 per week.

I think 23 days is a standard enough amount of leave for a relatively junior position.
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ruadh 14:56 16-12-2016
I'm a CO and my starting AL is more than that.
Sorry, the hours make sense now. My contract obviously has the lunch deducted so just states 37 hours.
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Areas 15:26 16-12-2016 (1 Thanks)
I'm a CO as well and my starting AL is 22 days.
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dextero 15:44 16-12-2016
Originally Posted by splendid101:
43.25 hours per week includes 1.25 hours for lunch per day. The clocked-in hours are 37 per week.

I think 23 days is a standard enough amount of leave for a relatively junior position.
Eo is not a junior position in most departments. They are expected to carry quite a high workload and manage staff which is never easy.
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eimaj18 16:33 16-12-2016
Great! Have submitted application. It's so easy to put in - the recent HEO one was a huge form with quite detailed questions.
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Halpenny 16:52 16-12-2016 (1 Thanks)
Here's the link for those who want it : https://www.publicjobs.ie/publicjobs...vert/47960.htm
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