I dunno I watched it at 2am or so and I think I was missing the bigger point he was making. Must watch another.I watched an episode of Fat Mike's show where he spoke to kids and they were all "the president", "cure cancer" and stuff like that. His response was something like cop on with that shit. Learn how to fix things, be a mechanic etc. It was cool. The rest of the programme was total garbage though.
Sure didn’t he sell his guitar app thingy for millions?Danno from Bambi wanted to be a JCB when he was 8. Not a JCB driver. A JCB.
I think he's doing fancy stuff with acoustics now.
He was all "LOL THE ARTS THAT'S NOT MAKING MONEY, THAT'S JUST DUMB GAY READING BOOKS. IF EVERYONE IN THE WORLD WAS A MECHANIC YOU'D ALL BE ON MECHANICS WAGES" because yeah ok fuck offI watched an episode of Fat Mike's show where he spoke to kids and they were all "the president", "cure cancer" and stuff like that. His response was something like cop on with that shit. Learn how to fix things, be a mechanic etc. It was cool. The rest of the programme was total garbage though.
what would the effective salary for this position be (never having worked in public sector before)?Are you interested in developing your career in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in the Civil Service where you will have the chance to be actively involved in significant digital projects that will have a real and tangible impact on Irish society and culture-
The Government’s vision is for Ireland to be consistently rated as a global leader in digital government by providing world-class digital services to citizens, businesses and beyond.
Having the right talent in place is critical to delivering on this ambition. We are now offering exciting opportunities for those who wish to play a role in the Government’s transformation programmes.
The ICT Specialist role will suit those interested in developing their ICT career in areas such as:
• Software development and testing, applications development including web and mobile, database administration and data management and analysis.
• Support for infrastructure, networks, technical and end users, ICT operations and support, ICT security, and cloud computing.
Appointments from this competition will be made to Civil Service departments and offices across the country including Government departments, offices such as the Office of the Revenue Commissioners, the Central Statistics Office, and ICT Specialist roles in other
organisations such as An Garda Síochána.
Paywhat would the effective salary for this position be (never having worked in public sector before)?
that means you start on 29k, right?Pay
The Executive Officer (EO) Standard Salary scale will apply to this position.
PPC (Personal Pension Contribution) salary for this position, with effect from 1 October 2018, is as follows:
€46,891 (11 years)
€48,427(LSI 1) (14 years)
€49,960 (LSI 2) (17 years)
Long Service Increments may be payable after 3 years (LSI1) and 6 years (LSI2) satisfactory service
at the maximum of the scale.
This rate will apply to new entrants who are members of the Single Scheme and will also apply where the appointee is a civil or public servant appointed on or after 6th April 1995 and is making a personal pension contribution.
A different rate may apply where the appointee is an existing civil or public servant appointed on or before 6 April 1995 and is not required to make a personal pension contribution.
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