Public Appointments Service

Vacancies in the Houses of the Oireachtas Service are generally advertised and filled by the Public Appointments Service. If you are interested in working for the Oireachtas, see the Public Appointments Service website, publicjobs.ie

Equality, diversity and inclusion

EDI

Equality, diversity and inclusion

Find out about what we are doing to promote a culture of diversity, equality and inclusion and put it at the heart of the Houses of the Oireachtas Service.

Contact Details

Human Resources Services

Leinster House

Kildare Street

Dublin 2

D02 XR20

Want to know what it’s like to work for the Houses of the Oireachtas Service? Follow a typical day in the life of some of our staff.

Day in the life of Leinster House - ISL team

We both begin our day’s work as Irish Sign Language (ISL) interpreters before we leave the house, with essential yoga stretches. Sign language interpreters find themselves repeating a lot of the same movements and that can lend itself to repetitive strain injury.

Day in the life of Leinster House - Catering

From the minute I arrive at work, it’s go go go. Wednesday is the longest sitting day for the Dáil and Seanad, and the kitchen will serve up more than 1,000 meals to Members, staff, journalists and visitors.

Day in the life of Leinster House - Debates Office

Wednesday is the toughest day of the week for a parliamentary reporter, with numerous committee meetings in the morning, Seanad sittings and a Dáil session that stretches into the night.

Day in the life of Leinster House - Ushers

I arrive in Leinster House and my first priority is to meet with the two team leaders of the early team. They report that all their staff have arrived and all posts are covered.

Day in the life of Leinster House - Library & Research Service

I’m first into the Members Reading Room in Leinster House this morning, so I set up the room for the day.