Careers rarely develop the way we plan them. Our career path often takes many twists and turns, with particular events, choices and people influencing our direction.

We asked Michelle Ryan from Failte Ireland to give some advice for people considering this job:


Michelle Ryan

Corporate Sales Manager

Failte Ireland

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  Michelle Ryan
Firstly it is very important that you get a third level education as this is a requirement in most hotels for a job in sales. This is the most important step in working in hotel sales. You should gain as much experience within the industry which I found very beneficial.

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80 Jobs at Dublin Airport with Marqette Restaurant

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80 Jobs at Dublin Airport with Marqette Restaurant

Tuesday, June 23, 2015 

80 Jobs at Dublin Airport with Marqette Restaurant

A new dining area modeled on an outdoor food market called Marqette is to open at the end of August in Terminal 1, Dublin Airport, creating 80 jobs.

Marqette is looking for “exceptional people” to join its team with a range of positions available such as

  • chefs
  • kitchen porters
  • barristas
  • bar staff
  • supervisors
  • managers 
  • floor staff at all levels
Recruitment open days will be held in the Maldron Hotel, Dublin Airport from 12pm to 8pm today, 23 June and on 24 June.

Catering for over 260 people, it will offer locally sourced produce and fresh artisan bread and will feature a vintage Citroen van selling freshly made omelettes and crêpes.

Is a career in the Tourism and Hospitality sector for you? Find out more about this industry in Ireland HERE including career videos, articles and the latest sector job news. 


The CareersPortal Team