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Irish office

Engage Education have been recruiting teachers from Ireland for over six years and opened offices in Dublin in October 2012, making us the only Educational Recruitment company based in the city centre - 13 St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2.


As well as interviewing teachers at our Dublin location, we frequently visit Universities/Teacher Training Colleges and hold Preliminary Interview days all over the country (Galway, Limerick, Cork and Belfast) which ensures we accommodate Irish teachers whatever their location.

Our Dublin Office is overseen by John Carr (formerly a Post Primary Principal Teacher) who is Head of Resource for Ireland and the UK and the Head of Development. John has a wide and diverse career within Irish Educational circles - ranging from classroom teaching (Post Primary), third level teacher training, Post Primary Diocesan Adviser and extensive experience in management (Post Primary).

Robert is the Manager of the Irish team in Dublin. He worked as a Behavioural Support Specialist in a number of primary schools before his careers in Education Recruitment. With a wealth of experience in both the UK and Irish education networks, Robert is committed to 'Getting Irish Teachers Working!'

Rachel is a quallified Secondary School (History and Classics) teacher who completed her PGDE in University College Dublin. Having spent time teaching in several Dublin schools she brings her knowledge of the education sector to the team.

The Dublin Office is located at 13 St .Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2 (on the corner of St Stephen’s Green and Dawson Street). It is located on the first floor - above the Elvery’s Sports Store.


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Call us on:

(01) 5547 332: General Office Number

(01) 5547 332/(086) 4115239: John Carr

(01) 5547304/(086) 3585200: Robert Elliott

(01) 5547302/(086) 4109883: Rachel Travers

Email us at:

john.carr@engageeducation.co.uk

robert.elliott@engageeducation.co.uk

rachel.travers@engageeducation.co.uk

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