(based on 12 ratings in 2017)
"Director positions are generally filled from within so the possibility of promotion is very likely if you do your job well and show excellent leadership skills."Graduate, Kerry
"It takes hard work and excellent results but directorships and international opportunities are available."Graduate, Dublin
"There's the possibility of promotion to director level in the business through hard work and commitment to the role over a number of years."Mid level, Waterford
"Internal promotion is the main way by which we fill vacancies wherever possible. As such, promotion opportunities are very strong across the business as we continue to expand our operations. To be considered for promotion a candidate must excel in their current position and have the necessary drive and ambition to take their performance to the next level."Experienced, Letterkenny
"The position I am in is a relatively senior one that would take a number of years and a lot of experience to attain in most companies. There are a number of different career progression paths including secondments, taking various projects, or moving on to becoming a director. There has been evidence of all of these occurring after five years with a number of area managers who have proved themselves to be capable. Recruitment for senior positions occurs from within."Graduate, Cork
"As I occupy a senior position at present the promotional opportunities above me are limited and so can take a number of years to reach. Successful colleagues must be exceptionally hardworking, capable, target driven and detail oriented."Graduate, Naas
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