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Employees: 51 to 250
Female Employees: 47%
Graduate intake: 5

Córas Iompair Éireann (CIÉ) is Ireland’s leading national public transport provider.

Who we are

Córas Iompair Éireann (CIÉ) acts as Holding Company for the CIÉ Group of Companies which incorporates Irish Rail, Dublin Bus, Bus Eireann and CIÉ Tours.

While not involved directly in the provision of services to the public, we employ approximately 190 officed based staff across five Dublin city locations. As well as reporting to Government and liaising with the National Transport Authority (NTA), we provide a wide range of professional services to the wider CIÉ Group.

Services include:

• Legal advice and guidance
• Information Technology
• Insurance and Risk
• Internal Audit
• Finance and Reporting
• Property Services

Culture and values

A culture of equality is essential to us, and each day is different at CIÉ, driving innovation by allowing graduates to feel respected and valued.

Our values are Partnership, Integrity, effectiveness and respect

Benefits

CIÉ offers a competitive salary in a hybrid working environment. We provide full equipment for working from home, and travel concessions for coming into the office.

We strive to support our graduate employees to reach their career potential. The right candidate with the right attitude will be given every opportunity to progress in the organisation.

The recruitment process

Applications for our Graduate Programme should be sent to gradscheme@cie.ie where they will be screened, successful candidates will be invited to attend an interview, the first phase will be carried out remotely and will followed up by an in person interview at our offices in Heuston Station.

Equality and diversity

CIÉ recognises, respects, promotes, and celebrates the value of diversity. We adopt and implement inclusive policies and strategies which advance diversity as a positive force in the life of our company. CIÉ appreciates that diversity and inclusion bring substantial benefits to the workplace to ensure all employees develop to their full potential and the talents and resources of the workforce are fully utilised

CIÉ is committed to creating an inclusive workplace where different ideas, experiences and skills are welcome. People differ in many ways, from variations in age, gender, physical ability, nationality, ethnic background and socio-economic status to other differences such as intellectual ability, sexual orientation, civil status, family status and religious belief. CIÉ understands that embracing these differences enriches our workplace and contributes towards creating a dynamic work environment

Wellbeing

Backed up by our policies and procedures we strive to ensure employee wellbeing is a high priority. We are very proud to display our Keepwell Award in our Boardroom at Heuston Station and look forward to continuing our employee wellbeing journey. We have been named in the Business and Finance Top 100 Companies Leading in Wellbeing Index for the past 3 years

Personal development

We provide on-the-job training and job specific education and certification to help graduates transition from university to the workplace. We support each employee in reaching their full potential

Sustainability

At CIÉ Group, sustainability is central to our strategic purpose. Our goal is to drive sustainable business, helping to meet the national targets set out in the Climate Action Plan 2024 and supporting the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The CIÉ Group sustainability strategy is a plan of action centred around the three pillars of sustainability: social, economic, and environmental. Our targets and sustainability initiatives are framed within ten action areas, including biodiversity, diversity and equal opportunity, and energy efficiency. To ensure a holistic and global view of sustainability we have designed our strategy to align with the UN SDGs and Irish and European Union (EU) climate policy.

Latest opportunities

Latest opportunities

  • CIÉ Group IT Graduate Programme 2024

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