Jobseekers Help

Whilst we aim to make Constructionjobsireland.ie as user-friendly as possible, there will always be something that you may be unsure of. We have compiled a list of the most FAQ and answers. Have a look through these and you will probably find the answer you are looking for.

If you are still unclear in relation to any aspect of our website please do not hesitate to contact us.

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Go to www.constructionJobsIreland.ie. Click the Jobseeker icon button (a lone figure) at the top right-hand corner of the page. Then click the ‘Jobseeker Login’ button on the right-hand side menu.

In the ‘Jobseeker Login’ section, click the ‘Forget?’ link.

Type your email address into the ‘Email address’ box.

Click the ‘Forgot Password’ button. If the e-mail address you have entered is in our database, your password will be sent to you.

You will receive an email into your mailbox. Click on the link in the email and create a new password.

Once you have created a new password please log into the website immediately to test it.

Go to www.constructionJobsIreland.ie.

Log in as instructed above with your email or username and password.

You will be brought to the ‘My Account’ section.

Select the ‘Edit’ icon, a white pencil on a blue background, on the top right-hand corner of the ‘My Account’ section.

Make any required changes.

To save any changes, make sure you click the ‘Update Profile’ button before exiting the page.

Go to www.ConstructionJobsIreland.ie. Click the Jobseeker Login icon (a lone figure) at the top right-hand corner of the page, followed by the ‘Jobseeker Login’ button in the menu on the right-hand side of the screen.

In the ‘Jobseeker Login’ section, type your email address or username in the ‘Username or Email’ box and type your password in the ‘Password’ box.

Click the ‘Log In’ button.

This will bring you the ‘My Accounts’ section.

*Note: if you are already logged in, select the Jobseeker Login icon (a lone figure), then click ‘My Account’ from the side menu.*

Then click on the ‘My Applications’ tab towards the top right-hand side of the page.

Here you can view your previous applications, the adverts, and relevant documents.

You must be logged in to use this feature.

Every job listing has a large, dark blue ‘Apply for this Job’ button at the very bottom of the advert.

Once you click this, you will be guided through the necessary steps to make an application.

When you are happy with your application, click the blue ‘Send Application’ button.

Make sure all details are correct, as you won’t be able to edit your submission, once you click that button.

You will be able to view all your job applications in the ‘My Account’ section of the site.

Go to www.constructionjobsireland.ie. Click the Jobseeker Login button. In the “Jobseeker Login” section, type your email address or username in the “Username or Email” box and type your password in the “Password” box. Click the Log In button. You can:

Build my CV online
ConstructionJobsIreland.ie’s CV builder is the quickest and most effective way to create your CV online. You can use data that you entered in your Profile to populate your CV or you can create one on your own. When you’re done, you can preview you CV and add more information, or you can edit your CV whenever you’d like.

Upload my CV
This option allows you to upload your existing CV so employers can access, view, and print your CV in Word. If you’ve already created and saved a version of your CV, this may be the choice for you.

When you create your resume you’ll use it to apply to the jobs that you choose to. In accordance with GDPR, no one will have access to your CV other than the organisation who you submit an application to and our technical assistance team.

You have two options:

  • You can either search for jobs using the ‘Find a Job’ search bar on www.ConstructionJobsIreland.ie. When using this feature, you can pick your criteria based on keywords, location, and/or job title.
  • Secondly, you can always browse the jobs listings. Using the grey tabs on the main page, you can browse the various jobs boards based on category, location, or employer.

On the Job View page, you’ll see a Job Tools box at the bottom of the page. Click Print to print a job posting.

The file formats which are accepted by the site are .pdf, .xls, .txt, .doc, .docx, .odt, and RTF.

Your profile contains a collection of professional and personal details that is used to match you to job opportunities and personalised career advice – and to help you create your CV. The more information you have uploaded, the more your potential employer has to go on when recruiting for the role.