Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation

Department Of Jobs, Enterprise And Innovation

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The Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation () is a department of the Government of Ireland. It is led by the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation who is assisted by two Ministers of State.

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The official headquarters and Ministerial offices of the department are at 23 Kildare Street, Dublin 2. It is one of the most important economic departments in the Irish Government, responsible for the implementation of policy in five key areas:
  • Enterprise, Innovation, Growth
  • Quality Work and Learning
  • Making Markets and Regulation work better
  • Quality, Value and Continuous Improvement
  • the European Union.


A large element of the work of the Department arises from Ireland's membership of a number of international organisations, in particular the European Union and the World Trade Organisation. The Department plays an active role in the development of EU and WTO policies, particularly to ensure that Ireland's interests are protected. The Department is organised into five divisions. They are:
  • Innovation and Investment Division
  • Enterprise and Trade Division
  • Commerce, Consumer and Competition Division
  • Employment Rights and Industrial Relations Division
  • Corporate Services


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