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Irish people wanted for ‘ALL EXPENSES PAID’ jobs in Dubai

A company in Dubai wants Irish natives to work in Dubai and they will pay for EVERYTHING. All you need is one year of customer service experience – would you apply?

The company which owns pubs and restaurants is looking for Irish people to fill “all expenses covered” jobs in Dubai.

The jobs advertised by the Irish Village Dubai are primarily aimed at people from Ireland who want to live the high life in the United Arab Emirates.

Posting on JobAlert.ie, they outlined that they want Irish natives to work as waiters at their popular restaurants and pubs.

The advert read: “Irish Village Dubai are recruiting Irish natives for waiter/waitress positions for their IRISH VILLAGE in Dubai!

“You must be at least 21 years old and have at least one-year customer service experience. You must have an up to date passport and be available to travel ASAP.

“You will be working with a team of staff aged 21 to 30. Your contract will be for one year.

“Accommodation is paid for, as well as your travel to and from work every day and visa application expenses etc. are all covered.”

They said that they want people to start working as soon as possible.

Interviews are underway and they said that anyone interested in applying can email their CV to [email protected]

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