Licensing Enforcement Inspector - Closing Date Wednesday, 19th January 2022.

Limerick City and County Council is establishing a panel for the position of Licensing Enforcement Inspector from which temporary positions may be filled over the lifetime of the panel.

The Licensing Enforcement Inspector is a key front line person in the monitoring and enforcement of the Licences issued by Limerick City and County Council in accordance with Legislation and Bye Laws enacted within the City/County area.  He/She will also be responsible for the licensing of casual trading pitches in the designated casual trading area and of structures including table and chairs on the public footpath.

€634.50 to €656.56 per week. A person who is not a serving local authority employee will enter the scale for the position at the first point.
Annual Leave
25 days per annum (inclusive of Good Friday)
Hours of Work
39 hours per week.
Application Process


Completed application forms must be e-mailed to  no later than Wednesday, 19th January 2022.

An official application form must be completed in full by the closing date for the competition.  Please note that amendments to the application form will not be accepted after the closing date. CV’s will not be accepted in lieu of an application form.

Please send your application from an e-mail address that you will review regularly as communication during the assessment/selection period will only be through that e-mail address.  Please also ensure that you regularly review your spam/junk email folder as occasionally your email service provider may direct emails to that folder.