Jobs in Cork

There is an abundance of jobs and especially hospitality jobs in Cork. At the same time, it is a lovely, vibrant and picturesque city. So, if you’re looking to settle down in Ireland, Cork might be an ideal place to start. Nestled between two channels of the River Lee and with a population of 210,000, it is the second largest city in Ireland. Cork celebrates uniqueness so it comes as no shock to realize they have a diverse population. And that so many newcomers choose to stay. However, you’ll feel no lack of Irish spirit or hospitality once you’re there.

If you’re looking for life in the city but don’t want to live in the capital, Cork is great for you. Not only is Cork the start point of The Wild Atlantic Way but also it has a number of its own sights to see and things to do. Whether you’re into Gaelic football, rugby, cricket or just enjoy walking and shopping, there’s a bit of everything for everyone. With this in mind, you can check out Cork’s official page for more ideas. But, let’s go back to the business side.

Being the second largest city in Ireland has its perks. Cork attracts not only tourists but also investors. To illustrate, some of the better-known companies which chose to invest or settle down in Cork are Apple, Pfizer Inc., Johnson & Johnson, Logitech, Amazon.com etc. Furthermore, Cork has 76 hotels to choose from if you’re looking for hospitality jobs in Cork. Its location and accessibility played a key role in the development of Cork. Both as a business hub of the region and cultural centre. Apart from the second biggest airport in the country that connects Cork with over 40 European destinations, it has a large port as well. This in turn allows for easier transportation of goods. Similarly, it is very well connected to the rest of the Ireland via bus or a train as well.

The following companies advertise Jobs in Cork on Tourism Recruit:

Another great asset Cork has to offer would be their educational system with University College Cork and Cork Institute of Technology serving as an example. Conversely, the CIT is also one of the largest employers in the city.

From pharmacy to hospitality, from electronics to education, what more could you ask for?

Oh yes, the scenery & social life. Good thing Cork’s got it all!  Visit Tourism Recruit today for all our active roles in Tourism.