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I'm quite interested the administrative side of the GAA. I'm involved with my local club, but would like to know how i could progress my career in the GAA. In particular the GPA, does anyone have any ideas how i could get a job with them?

WunderBar (Galway) - Posts: 260 - 06/07/2020 14:21:57    2283218

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Replying To WunderBar:  "I'm quite interested the administrative side of the GAA. I'm involved with my local club, but would like to know how i could progress my career in the GAA. In particular the GPA, does anyone have any ideas how i could get a job with them?"
Contact them?
What area on the admin side of things are you interested in.
What skills do you have? You say you are involved with your club but what do you do in the club and for how long have you been doing it
What's your day job. How does that relate to this area of work?

KillingFields (Limerick) - Posts: 1207 - 06/07/2020 15:06:36    2283224

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Replying To WunderBar:  "I'm quite interested the administrative side of the GAA. I'm involved with my local club, but would like to know how i could progress my career in the GAA. In particular the GPA, does anyone have any ideas how i could get a job with them?"
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Mayonman (Galway) - Posts: 1237 - 06/07/2020 15:07:41    2283225

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Replying To WunderBar:  "I'm quite interested the administrative side of the GAA. I'm involved with my local club, but would like to know how i could progress my career in the GAA. In particular the GPA, does anyone have any ideas how i could get a job with them?"
Ring them up 018575686 and ask for Paul. If you get chatting him give him quick run down of your CV to date and I am sure he will look after you, Sound Fella...

sourmilk93 (Roscommon) - Posts: 449 - 06/07/2020 15:18:28    2283228

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