The Public Service Executive Union represents Executive Grades in the Civil Service & the wider Public Sector.











Newly Regraded EO?






We'd like to invite you to join the PSEU!

The following forms are all that you need to join.

Information Leaflet
Application Form
Income Continuance (Transferring from CPSU)
Income Continuance (New Joiner)

Additionally, our Executive Committee has agreed to automatically accept into membership all SO's who were members of the CPSU!

***It is important to note that if you are a newly regraded EO who has not yet joined the PSEU and is in the ICP scheme with the CPSU, you will be admitted to the PSEU ICP scheme on joining without a medical until the end of July.   If you join the PSEU after July, your membership of the PSEU ICP scheme will be subject to medical criteria.***





Thinking about Retirement?

Check out the website of the Retired Civil and Public Servants Association


About the PSEU?

The Public Service Executive Union is the Trade Union for Executive Grades in the Civil Service and the wider public sector. The Union was formed in 1890 and has 10,000 members in the Civil Service, eir, the Irish Aviation Authority and elsewhere in the Public Service. We are the Union recognised for negotiation purposes for the Executive Grades in these employments.


Latest News

Huber Ballesteros – Free at last

In 2014, I travelled to Colombia as part of a ‘Justice for Colombia’ delegation that included trade unionists and politicians from Britain and both jurisdictions on this island. I visited a country in which, over the course of a 50 year war, hundreds of thousands of people had been killed, a country in which over 3,000 trade unionists had been murdered for seeking workers’ rights and a country in which human rights defenders faced imprisonment and death.

Address by President Michael D Higgins at the ICTU Biennial

Let me say at the outset how pleased I am to be invited to address you here today. I feel I am among old friends. I have been a member of a trade union for over 50 years. I would like to thank Brian Campfield, of NIPSA, your President, for the invitation to speak here this morning and of course Ms Patricia King, your General Secretary, and I go back some time together - to the times when she represented staff in Leinster House and I was a member of another division of the Oireachtas.