November 12, 2022 Back to all news

Up to 500 jobs at Dublin Airport will be on offer when Dublin Airport operator daa holds a two-day jobs fair for prospective candidates next weekend.

daa is looking to fill the roles over the coming months as passenger numbers at Dublin Airport continue to bounce back following the COVID-19 pandemic.  

The daa Jobs Fair will take place at the Radisson Hotel, Dublin Airport on Friday November 18 (from 15.00 to 19.00) and on Saturday November 19 (from 11.00 to 15.00).

The free-to-attend Jobs Fair will provide attendees with an opportunity to explore the many exciting and varied roles that are on offer at Dublin Airport. 

Fourteen other companies operating at the airport will also be at the Jobs Fair to highlight the range of roles they have available also across Food and Beverage, Retail and General Airport Concessions and Logistics.

Roles to be filled will include: Retail Sales Professionals, Service Delivery Team Members, Airport Search Unit Officers, Cleaning Team Members, Technicians, with both full and part-time opportunities available. Shift work is a requirement, with excellent remuneration and benefits provided, as well as full training.

Members of the daa team, as well as the other companies operating at Dublin Airport, will be on hand to answer questions and offer advice to those interested in a career at the airport.

According to Graeme McQueen, daa Media Relations Manager: "The number of people travelling through Dublin Airport continues to grow in line with the global aviation recovery and our focus is on delivering the best customer service possible for our passengers. Whether you’re a recent school leaver or graduate, or someone seeking a change of career or exciting new work environment, Dublin Airport has a range of roles available. Our Jobs Fair will provide an opportunity for anyone interested in a career at Dublin Airport to find out more in a relaxed environment.”

Dublin Airport is Ireland's main international gateway and will this year facilitate the journeys of more than 25 million passengers.