Welcome to the careers section of Irish Cement. In this area, you will find information about the various employment opportunities that are available. We recruit people across a variety of disciplines, depending on demand, and are constantly on the look out for dynamic, industrious individuals to help take our organisation forward. For more information about starting a career with Irish Cement, please click to one of the links on the left.
Irish Cement recognises that its manufacturing excellence is achieved through employees equipped with the right knowledge, skills, and experience. One of the company’s main priorities is to encourage and plan for the personal and professional development of all employees. The Company is committed to continuing the professional development of each employee through our Continuous Professional Development policy.
Irish Cement believes that the promotion of work satisfaction and career progression through the provision of relevant training and education, participation in new projects and acquisition of additional skills is key to individual and company success. From mandatory Health & Safety training, to insight from leading specialists on the latest developments in the industry, to provisions and funding of 3rd & 4th level education, Irish Cement recognises the importance of the ever-evolving nature of the business and strives to maximise the Company’s full potential, as well as maintaining a first-class working environment.
Development needs are formally identified through the Performance Management System on a bi-annual basis, employees working for Irish Cement are actively encouraged to take advantage of development programmes, both within and outside the company. Irish Cement has been accredited by Engineers Ireland in recognition of the quality of, and commitment to, its Continuing Professional Development (CPD) systems and practices for engineering staff.
Types of CPD that are supported by Irish Cement Ltd
- In-company, off-the-job training courses or special learning assignments.
- Post-graduate academic programmes such as Diplomas, Degrees or Masters Degrees.
- Significant involvement in the work of a learned institution e.g. presentation of a paper or preparation of a report or active participation in a seminar / conference.
- External Training Programmes.
- Internal and External Performance Coaching.
- Structured e-learning.
- External assignments of the developmental nature within the CRH Group.