‘Unsuccessful In Her Candidacy’

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Garda Commissioner Noirin O’Sullivan

Sarah Bardon, in The Irish Times, reports:

Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan has informed the Government that she will not be standing aside to take up a major role with the European Union’s law enforcement agency, Europol.

The Irish Times understands Ms O’Sullivan was in the running for a senior position in the area of specialist operations but was unsuccessful in her candidacy due to her lack of experience at a senior management level.

The role sought candidates with up to 15 years of such experience but Ms O’Sullivan has only been commissioner since 2014.

Senior Garda figures insisted she was eager to come back to work in September and participate fully in the Charleton Tribunal, which is examining allegations of a smear campaign against whistleblower Sgt Maurice McCabe.

Nóirín O’Sullivan fails to secure top Europol post (The Irish Times)

Previously: ‘Europol Post Becomes Available In November’

Rollingnews

14 thoughts on “‘Unsuccessful In Her Candidacy’

  1. bisted

    …those ungrateful Europeans…after all we’ve done for them…we should order Big Phil and Kev Cardiff home immediately…see how they’d cope then…

  2. kellma

    The Garda behind her looks like she has great time for her…. that is a real “yeah whatever” face if I ever saw one…

  3. GiggidyGoo

    The EU realised that she is contaminated goods more like. We already gave them Cardiff, Hogan and Crowley. There’s only so much shoddy product they’ll accept.

    1. Otis Blue

      So are we to believe that she applied for a job for which she didn’t meet the minimum requirement?

      Sounds like BS to me.

  4. Jocky

    ” unsuccessful in her candidacy due to her lack of experience at a senior management level.”

    This is complete rubbish. She’s had a huge amount of senior management experience.

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