Information For Applicants

All Foróige vacancies require candidates to send in a fully completed Foróige application form.

Foróige Job Application Form - Download

Please ensure:

  1. There are no spellings errors (ask someone to read through your application form).
  2. Answer all questions.
  3. State the name and location of the position you are applying for.
  4. If you are returning your application via email, you do not need to have handwritten your signature, printing your name is acceptable.
  5. You do not need to send us a copy of your CV with your application form unless you are directly requested to do so in the job advertisement.
  6. You only need to supply your reference contact details, we do not need an actual reference sent to us when applying for the position. This may be requested at a later date if you are successful.

Foróige's Recruitment Process

  1. Job Advert/Notice
  2. Apply
  3. Shortlisted and called for Interview OR Unsuccessful
  4. Attend Interview
  5. Successful OR Unsuccessful
  6. Shortlisted and called for Second Round Interview OR Unsuccessful
  7. Reference Checks & Garda Vetting
  8. Cleared 
  9. Commencement Date provided

If you are called for an interview

Please ensure that you check where your interview is taking place - many of our interviews take place in the many projects locations we have around the country.

If you are unsure, please contact hr@foroige.ie

Address: Foróige, the National Youth Development Organisation, Block 12D, Joyce Way Park West Dublin 12

Email: info@foroige.ie

Tel: 01 6301560

Fax: 01 6301568

Get Directions to Foróige Head Office from the M50 Junction 9 here

Get Directions to Foróige Head Office approaching Dublin from Citywest here

Get Directions to Foróige Head Office from Dublin City Centre here

Regional Offices See where Foróige Clubs, Projects, Services etc. are located! Check out our Interactive Map.

Helpful points

  1. Arrive on time. You can find directions to Foróige Head Office (if that is where your interview is taking place) on Google Maps before the interview if you are unsure of our location.
  2. Dress smartly to put the best you forward.
  3. Be prepared. Read through the job specification, learn about Foróige’s work/purpose and philosophy nationally and in local areas.

The purpose of an interview is for the organisation to establish whether the interviewee is suitable for the position but it is also an opportunity for you to see what the organisation is like and the specifics of the position for which you’ve applied for. We want all our staff to be happy in their work; the interview process is all about finding the best match for both parties.