Donohoe under pressure to allow outsiders apply for top Finance job
Department’s €212,000-a-year secretary general post restricted to civil service candidates as a ‘level one’ appointment
Paschal Donohoe is coming under increasing pressure to allow outside applications for the secretary general’s job in the Department of Finance after a similar position in a sister department was opened to the public.
The Business Post revealed last fortnight that the €212,000-a-year position at the head of the Department of Finance would be restricted to civil service candidates and not be open to private sector applicants. The salary is expected to increase...
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