We're hiring!

Industrial Packaging Ltd. has been operating successfully for over 70 years and has expanded from its original factory, in Dublin’s city centre, to the Dublin suburbs, and then again to Bray, Co. Wicklow.

On Killarney Road in Bray, just off the N11, we now have two purpose-built factories, where we manufacture these four types of product:

  • Industrial containers for high value material industries (like pharmaceuticals)
  • Cardboard cores and tubes (used for packaging many things, from fabric to artworks)
  • Cardboard column forms (used on building sites, to construct concrete pillars)
  • Cable and wire packaging. 

We are proud that many of the people who work for Industrial Packaging have been with us for decades. We treat our staff well and we are rewarded by hard work and loyalty. But, like in any manufacturing plant, sometimes vacancies arise or we need extra help. We are currently recruiting for the two roles below. 

Two factory operatives manufacturing a large cardboard tube
Factory/ Machine Operative

Main responsibilities include:

  • Operate and maintain machines on a production line
  • Pack orders for despatch or into the warehouse
  • Carry out any miscellaneous production tasks that may be required.

Factory Operatives may be required to work in any area of the plant.

No experience is necessary, as full training will be provided. There are opportunities for people who are successful in this role to progress their career to Key Operative, Supervisor etc.


Two factory operators examining machinery settings
Maintenance Fitter

As a Maintenance Fitter, you will install, commission, service and repair equipment in the plant. You could work on mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic or computerised systems. This role fits within our Engineering team of 6 people.

Main responsibilities include:

  • Scheduled checks and general maintenance on machinery and parts 
  • Finding and fixing faults and recalibrating instruments 
  • Overhauling and replacing parts according to schedule 
  • Repair and fabrication of components using welding, brazing, riveting and soldering techniques.

Applicants should be qualified to QQI Level 6 Advanced Certificate Craft - Mechanical Automation and Maintenance Fitting or Toolmaking, or other appropriate Engineering qualification.

To apply

To apply for either of these roles, please use the Contact form. Make sure to highlight any relevant experience and reasons you would be good at the job. You can also upload your CV. You can upload Word or PDF documents only, of a maximum of 1MB.

For both roles, we have both standard hours (8.30am – 4.30pm, 5 days per week) and shifts (7.30am to 7.30pm, 6 days on, 6 days off) available.

Applicants must be 18 or over.

Thank you for your interest.