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Ireland Dublin Airport is looking for immigration control officers and the pay is fantastic

15:35  05 october  2019
15:35  05 october  2019 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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Dublin Airport is conveniently located approximately 10 km north of Dublin city centre with All passengers are required to pass through customs and immigration controls . Immigration and border controls at Dublin Airport are fully Customs officers will monitor this area and may operate checks.

Last week I tried US preclearance at Dublin Airport as well as the new "51st and Green" preclearance business class lounge. The plane looked a bit dated and the space between me and the folded down table was slim to none. All in all the preclearance experience at Dublin Airport was fantastic .

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Dublin Airport is looking for an immigration control officer and the pay is fantastic!

Candidates will have the chance to work at one of the busiest airports in Europe in what has been described as a “front line” operational environment. 

Successful candidates will be paid between €459.65 to €762.68 per week and will be appointed to immigration duties in the Border Management Unit at the airport.

The role will involve deciding on the granting of permission to individual to enter the country and where applicable refusing entry, examining passports and identify forged documents, conducting personal interviews with passengers, and working in cooperation with An Garda Siochana.

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Dublin Airport has been chosen for a six-month trial of so-called e-gates “Many major European airports are adopting a similar trend towards the deployment of automated gates for immigration control The e-gates are being operated under the supervision of immigration officers of the Irish

Airport Immigration Control . When you arrive in Ireland, an immigration officer at the airport will review your passport and paperwork. Dublin Airport is served by many international airlines and regular ferry services operate from the UK and France to Ireland.

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Staff will work in 12 hour shifts and current shift times are 05:00 to 17:00 (day shift 1); 06:00 to 18:00 (day shift 2); iii) 14:00 to 02:00 (swing); 18:00 to 06:00 (night).

The job description also says: “Applicants should give careful consideration to their own health and welfare, their family and domestic circumstances before applying for this post.

“Only candidates who are willing to work in a frontline operation area on a 24/7 shift work should apply for this post.”

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