Open Recruitment Competition for the position of General Operative Band 3 (Rural)
The Office of Public Works (OPW) invites applications for the position of General Operative Band 3 (Rural) in the West Region Drainage Maintenance and Construction area. There are two positions for the Donegal Group Schemes and one position for the Corrib Group Schemes.
Office of Public Works National Historic Properties Event Proposals 2016
The Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland invite individuals, groups, organisations and event management/production companies to submit expressions of interest in staging events of a cultural, musical, educational or heritage nature during 2016 in OPW National Historic Properties' sites.
Climate Change Adaptation Plan
The Flood Risk Management Climate Change Adaptation Plan has been prepared under the remit of the National Climate Change Adaptation Framework. It sets out the approach to climate change adaptation of the Office of Public Works (OPW), the lead agency for flood risk management in Ireland.
Images of the treasure trove of artefacts found at Rathfarnham Castle by OPW
Mr. Simon Harris, TD, Minister of State with special responsibility for the Office of Public Works (OPW) and Minister Heather Humphreys, TD, Minister for Arts, Heritage and Gaeltacht today (30 October) announced the discovery of a unique assemblage of artefacts in Rathfarnham Castle.
Making Payments to OPW
e-Day, set for the 19th of September 2014, is the date from which Government Departments, Local Authorities and State Agencies will no longer use cheques in their dealings with businesses.
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Monthly update on drawdown of funds by Local Authorities for Coastal Storm Damage Repairs
OPW is the lead State body for the coordination & implementation of Government policy on the management of flood risk in Ireland. This role also includes close liaison with a range of local authorities, organisations and stakeholders that also have responsibilities for managing flood risk in Ireland. The aim is to minimise the impacts of flooding on society, households and businesses.