Revenue is the Irish tax and customs administration. Our mission is: 'To serve the community by fairly and efficiently collecting taxes and duties and implementing import and export controls'.
Revenue has almost 6,300 staff and deals with 3.5 million personal and business taxpayers. We collected €54.6 billion in taxes and duties for the Exchequer in 2018. Revenue is also responsible for trade facilitation and frontier control. It is a highly decentralised organisation with offices in all parts of the country.
Revenue offers an exciting and challenging structured career in a dynamic and diverse organisation. Our mobility policy facilitates exposure to a wide variety of interesting roles and gives staff opportunities to learn and apply skills.
We value staff learning and have a strong focus on continuous personal and professional development. We offer a wide range of comprehensive training programmes and provide financial support for self-learning, where necessary. This enables us to sustain a highly skilled and empowered workforce. We also have a broad range of work-life balance options, subject to business needs.
Our 'Investment in New Recruits' won the 'Excellence in Skills Development' category at the 2016 Civil Service Excellence and Innovation Awards. This project showcases our innovative approach to staff recruitment, retention and capability development. It ensures that we have the right staff, with the right skills, in the right locations to deliver on our mission. It also demonstrates our commitment to investing in our people so that we can deliver a world class service.
Revenue's recruitment campaigns are widely advertised. This accords with the Code of Practice ‘Appointment to Positions in the Civil Service and Public Service’ published by the Commissioners for Public Service Appointments. A copy of the Code may be accessed at www.cpsa.ie.
Revenue is an equal opportunity employer.
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