We provide temporary staffing solutions across Dublin and the Northeast with dedicated temps desks in Stillorgan, Co. Dublin and Dundalk, Co. Louth. Working as a temp gives you the chance to work around your schedule. Assignments can last as long as 6 months or can be for a day. Working as a temp also affords opportunities to see what it’s like working in different industries. You can make temporary work, work for you!


Stillorgan Temps

Our Stillorgan Temp desk is run by Richard Stevenson. The majority of his temp assignments are based in south county Dublin, Dublin city centre and Citywest. He is always on the look out for temporary employees with accounts, administration and reception experience.

If you’d like to register for temp work, please email your CV to richard@rplus.ie.

If you are a current temp, you can download a Stillorgan Timesheet template here:  

Healthcare Assistants

Bernice Brennan is in charge of our Care Assistants Desk. The majority of care assistant shifts are 12 hours long and are located in north Dublin. Bernice is always happy to talk to experienced care assistants who have the following:

  • Fetac Level 5 Certificate (at least one module must be in care of the elderly)
  • Manual Handling Certificate
  • Patient Handling Certificate
  • Elder Abuse Certificate
  • Flu Injection
  • Hep. B
  • CPR
  • Proof of valid work Visa
  • GNIB Card
  • Proof of PPS Number
  • Passport details with photo ID
  • Garda Vetting Form (must know details of all previous addresses to fill out Garda Vetting Form)
  • Bank Details
  • Fitness to work (signed and stamped by your GP)
  • Birth Certificate
  • 3 Referees (one from most recent employer)

If you have all of the above, you can contact bernice@rplus.ie  to make an appointment to come in and register.

If you are a current care assistant, you can download a Healthcare Assistant timesheet here:

Dundalk Temps

Dundalk Temps

Olivia Rogers and Jean Bailey are in charge of our Dundalk Temps Desk. They have relationships with clients across the northeast. They cover temp assignments for warehouse, factory and office support work. If you live in Louth, Meath, Cavan or Monaghan and are looking for temp work, please email your CV to temps@rplus.ie and they can make an appointment to meet with you.  

Download a Dundalk timesheet here:

Payroll Information for All Temps

Important information for all temps.

  • Timesheets are due each Monday before 10am for payment on the following Friday. No exceptions can be made.
  • If you have worked in Ireland in the current year you must submit to Recruitment Plus the original version of your P45 from your most recent employment as soon as possible after the commencement of your first assignment. This will ensure we have updated your “salary year to date” and “tax paid year to date” on your payroll record.
  • Each temp/ contractor MUST contact Revenue as soon as possible when beginning their new assignment/ contract to request a new certificate of tax credits. Failure to do so will result in deduction of EMERGENCY TAX from your salary. Contact the Revenue PAYE office responsible for the area in which you live and tell them the following:
    • You are requesting a new certificate of tax credits
    • Your PPS number
    • RecruitmentPlus tax registration number- 6329944U
  • If you are receiving Social Welfare payments, please inform that office that you are now working on a short term temporary basis. They will provide you with a form for us to fill in and will get you to fill out slips each week showing how many days a week you are working.
  • As a temporary employee, you are entitled to 8% of your regular hours worked (up to 4 weeks).
  • To quality for bank holiday pay, you must have worked 40 hours in the 5 weeks prior to the bank holiday.

You can download a bank details form here if you are changing your bank details :


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