The ‘Crying Chair’ Unit

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The Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) is recruiting eight staff to crack down on dodgy rentals….

The RTB is seeking to recruit eight (8) Authorised Officers to work in the new Investigations and Sanctions Unit. The Authorised Officers will be senior investigators responsible for the identification and investigation of potential breaches of residential tenancy laws and for the determination that inappropriate conduct has or has not occurred.

Each Authorised Officer will be responsible for their own caseload and for delivery of specific areas of the Unit’s Work Plan. Candidates will be appointed at the first point of the salary scale: Engineer Grade II, €60,967…

Residential Tenancies Board appointments (LexConsulting)

Thanks Roberta

11 thoughts on “The ‘Crying Chair’ Unit

  1. Iwerzon

    I know someone who might be interested (Dublin Rental Investigator). I’m fact I’m pretty sure this job was created with them in mind.

  2. eoin

    So the taxpayer is paying €500,000 a year for this compliance, while Daft.ie is able to pay €8 million dividends to their shareholders after taking up to €175 per advertisement for dodgy (and in some cases, downright unlawful , IMO) rentals?

    Cheers to the Fallon brothers, Eamonn and Brian, I’d be doing wallstands myself if I could get away with it.

    https://www.independent.ie/business/irish/daft-dividend-property-sites-fallon-brothers-share-in-8m-37487324.html

  3. Dr.Fart MD

    60 grand to scroll thru daft weeding out all the dodgy rentals? That’s more than i get and I’m a doctor!

  4. Murtles

    It’d be totally awkward to get the job then move to Dublin and not be able to find a place to rent.

    1. Iwerzon

      or, crash with a friend for a while as you will have first pickings on Daft.ie eventually.

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