No Experience Required 2005









No Experience Required
Series 2

Confucius says ....."Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life".

It's an appealing philosophy and one that may be within your reach.

So if you're bored of the daily grind and dream of an exciting new career, don't despair, it's never too late to change and here's your chance.

RTE Two's NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED, returns for a second series and kicks off with a catch up programme featuring last year's participants. Tune in to discover who survived beyond the six-month contract and who was shown the door.

For the new series we've persuaded another five top bosses to open their doors to applicants with no previous experience in the particular field.

We've six-month contracts up for grabs in five great industries and all are welcome to apply. Remember we're not looking for qualifications and experience. We're looking for passion and potential.

Make the first step toward your dream job by clicking on one of the links below.

An Editorial Assistant with Norah Casey at Ireland's largest consumer magazine publishing house.

A PR Consultant with Caroline Kennedy as the boss of Kennedy PR.

A Landscape Designer with Diarmuid Gavin heading up his international garden design company.

A Music Promoter for John Reynolds one of Ireland's premier music promoters.

A Sports Photographer with Billy Stickland and his award-winning photography agency.

The interview process will be filmed and you must be prepared to make yourself available for the first round of open interviews, which will take place in a central Dublin Hotel on Saturdays 5th August, 19th August and 14th October 2006 depending on the job applied for (subject to agreement).

On the day you will be interviewed on camera and may be asked to bring something along relating to the job, these interviews will be used to ascertain your compatibility with the prospective employer and vice versa.

Should you reach the second round of interviews, you will be required to make yourself available for another full day which may be mid week.

The finalists will be required to make themselves available for a further nine days, these dates shall be provided to the finalists. The dates are expected to fall consecutively over two working weeks, although this may vary according to the requirements of the featured job.

During this nine day period, the finalists will receive a fixed daily expenses allowance for food and travel and accommodation will be provided for those living further than a commutable distance from the particular workplace. It will be for the producers to decide whether the workplace is within commuting distance. The selection of the accommodation will be at the sole discretion of the producers.

Filming for the finalists will take place in blocks from September 2006 to January 2007. Please indicate on your application form if there are any dates when you are definitely unavailable during this period.

Applicants should be willing to travel at their own expense to the first round interviews.

Produced by Liberty Films