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Brighter, Bigger And Better.

After a hugely successful year in 2022, is looking forward to continuing to deliver the best service to all their clients in 2023, in what promises to be a brighter, bigger and better year for recruitment! is Ireland’s leading recruitment organisation representing a growing number of businesses and candidates.

Bronagh Cotter, CEO of, is excited about the year ahead and keen to provide an honest, professional and hard-working approach to recruitment with a strong focus on building firm working relationships.

“We have put together a great team here at, who are passionate about creating employment. Our mission is to attract, nurture, and help talented candidates to become successful applicants.”

Download The App

The brand new recruitment is now available to download. Responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, took the innovative approach of developing a recruitment app in order to incorporate virtual recruiting and continue to be able to find the match the right candidates for the right jobs.



“I love the idea that people can be at home or in their office and be able to connect with companies around the world,“ Bronagh adds.

“We’re currently in the UK and Ireland and are putting plans in place to take it to Australia and other regions. The plan is to continue to get bigger and better in 2023!”

Jobs Fairs

As well as embracing new digital technologies in order to provide the best recruitment services, traditional methods of recruiting continue to be highly effective, such as job expos. organises the country’s leading Jobs Expos and 2023 will be another big year traveling around the country putting skilled professionals directly in contact with leading employers from Ireland and abroad.
Jobs Expo is hitting the road again in Spring 2023 making stops in Galway, Dublin, Cork and Limerick. Register your place for free now on the links below.

● Jobs Expo Galway – Saturday, 18th February 2023

● Jobs Expo Dublin – Saturday, 22nd April, 2023

● Jobs Expo Cork – Saturday, 20th May 2023

● Jobs Expo Limerick – Saturday, 10th June, 2023

Jobs Expo features employers actively recruiting for hundreds of jobs at home and abroad with specialised areas dedicated to jobs in particular industries. You will also have the opportunity to talk to start your own business experts offering advice and support networks. Plus each Expo delivers The Career Clinic which offers one-on-one CV, job seeking and career advice from professional career guidance counsellors. And a packed seminar timetable on important and topical issues by a range of industry experts.

Virtual Events also provides a range of industry specific virtual events. This week sees the return of the successful Medtech Careers Fair. The event is the perfect opportunity to break into the industry and speak with medtech companies looking to recruit for their latest roles. Register now for FREE ACCESS.

Find Your Dream Job Today

Whatever stage you are at in your life, whether it’s securing your first job, weighing up your options, curious about your career, or looking for a change of direction, has something for you and promises to help you take the next step and make 2023 your year!
For further information or interviews, please contact Bronagh Cotter at

Our Jobs Expo Galway event will open its doors from 10am on Saturday, 18th February. This careers fair will take place inside the Inis More Ballroom at the Galmont Hotel & Spa. Don't forget to register for FREE ADMISSION right here. In addition to recruiters looking to hire new talent, there will be a series of live seminars throughout the day that attendees can sit in on. At 1pm Ibec Engineering Skillnet Manager, Fiona Fennell, will deliver her talk, How to prepare engineering careers for ‘Employment 5.0’ on the Agenda Stage.

Seminar Summary

T-shaped engineers have the soft skills needed for the future-of-work, a more abstract and complex world. Fiona Fennell from the Engineering Skillnet will explain why ‘Employment 5.0’ differs from ‘Industry 4.0’, which transversal soft skills matter most and how T-shaped engineering can prepare themselves for “forever employability”, avoiding work burn-out and plateau-ed careers.

About Fiona

Fiona FennellFiona Fennell holds a Masters in Team-level Innovation and has worked in technical talent attraction, development and retention for over twenty years. She is interested in what the latest in cognitive science can teach us about learning and how to make our workplaces of the future human-centric i.e. safe, sustainable and generative.


Blogs from the Engineering Skillnet will address high-impact learning, team and leadership development and how to nurture T-shaped talent.

Are you in the process of looking for a new job? Do you want a career within a fast paced environment providing a service that helps those in need? The National Ambulance Service will be exhibiting at Jobs Expo Galway next month. Their recruitment team will be looking to hire at the careers fair held in Galmont Hotel & Spa.  Register today for FREE ADMISSION and visit their stand on Saturday,18th February between 10am and 4pm.

A career with the NAS

The National Ambulance Service (NAS) provides a range of community emergency medical care services to the population and is delighted to be participating in Jobs Expo Galway.

This year the NAS is recruiting Student Paramedics, Emergency Medical Call Takers and Intermediate Care Operatives.

Student Paramedics

NAS currently employs approximately 2,000 staff of which 1,700 work as paramedics. Paramedics are trained at the National Ambulance Service College which has three campuses in Tallaght (Dublin), Ballinasloe (Galway) and Tullamore (Offaly).

Their Paramedic course is a degree level programme and takes three years. NAS maintains a panel of candidates who are invited twice a year to take up available places at the National Ambulance Service College.

There are some very attractive benefits on offer to Paramedic trainees including the following:


Emergency Call Takers

A regular supply of skilled and specially trained Emergency Call Takers is also required for the National Emergency Operations Centre (NEOC) based in Tallaght, Dublin and in Ballyshannon, Co Donegal. Their emergency call takers are essential to ensure effective communication between the general public and the NAS, particularly as a result of emergency care needs.

NEOC utilises Advanced Medical Priority Dispatch System (AMPDS) using international standards in triaging and prioritising emergency calls. NEOC dynamically deploys resources to areas where cover is required or to respond to incidents as they arise to ensure the nearest available resource responds to emergencies.  All 112/999 calls are clinically triaged based on the patient’s condition.

Intermediate Care Operatives

The NAS also operates a fleet of intermediate care ambulances that serve the purpose of inter-facility transfers between hospitals as well as facilitating hospital discharges. Intermediate Care Operatives are required who are already qualified and certified by the Pre Hospital Emergency Care Council. They are provided with driver training and induction by the NAS College post recruitment.

Fast paced environment

The NAS staff work in a dynamic, fast moving environment providing a demand-led service for the whole population. Furthermore, they work alongside the Dublin Fire Brigade, Irish Air Corps, Irish Coast Guard, Irish Community Rapid Response and, at a community level, with First Responder teams.

At a local level, the NAS is also supported by over 140 Community First Responder schemes, responding to particular types of medical emergencies where it is essential for the patient to receive immediate life-saving care whilst an emergency response vehicle is en route to the patient.

In addition, the NAS works with the Irish Air Corps and the Department of Defence in operating an Emergency Aeromedical Service. They also partner with the Irish Community Air Ambulance service in Cork providing qualified paramedics to this service.

If you are interested in a career with NAS please contact them at and visit their stand on 18th February. We run job competitions at various times during the year and they are advertised when live on the HSE website.  To check visit and search Ambulance.


We're delighted to announce that Sedgwick have joined Jobs Expo for 2023. Their recruitment team will be talking to those interested in coming to work for them. Furthermore, they'll be taking CVs from 10am to 4pm at our careers fairs in Galway, Dublin, Cork and Limerick this year. You can catch them first at Jobs Expo Galway on 18th February at the Galmont Hotel & Spa. You can register for FREE ADMISSION here.

About Sedgwick

From their modest beginnings as a regional claims administrator founded in 1969, Sedgwick has grown into a leading global provider of technology-enabled risk, benefits and integrated business solutions. Today, they’ve nearly 30,000 colleagues, located across 65 countries.

Sedgwick’s offerings continue to evolve beyond claims processing to meet the current and future needs of their clients. This is due to innovative product development, organic business development and strategic acquisitions.

Their approach to delivering quality service in areas such as casualty, liability, property and speciality goes far beyond just managing claims—they aim to simplify the process and reduce complexity, making it easy and effective for everyone involved.

We are delighted to announce that career coach, Tara Neary, will be joining the Jobs Expo Career Clinic once again this year. Furthermore, Tara will be giving a live seminar, Tips and Techniques for Interview Success, at 10:30am on the Agenda Stage. You can ask Tara for advice at the Career Clinic between 10am and 4pm on 18th February. Jobs Expo Galway will take place inside the Inis More Ballroom at the Galmont Hotel & Spa. You can register for your FREE TICKET today!

About Tara

Tara Neary, BA (Hons) Psychology, currently works in a community development setting as a career coach, providing training and one-to-one coaching to those looking to step into a new career.

Tara has also completed a Diploma in Life Purpose Coaching and is passionate about helping people to find the right career path for them, one that lights them up and resonates with who they are as a person, where their natural interests lie and what they love to do.  She is also professionally trained in coaching people in the technical aspects of career development, such as job searching strategies, CV development, interview techniques and goal setting.

In her work, Tara uses an Advantaged Thinking approach.  This takes the positive approach of focusing and building on the persons existing strengths, skills, innate intelligence, knowledge and experience and how these can be used as a platform for further development towards the persons goals.

Through training and coaching people, Tara helps encourage people to step outside of self-limiting beliefs they hold and open up their mind to possibilities available and consider their own potential.  She then supports them in a grounded, practical way to start moving step by step towards achieving their life goals.

Are you looking for a job in nursing or care in the West of Ireland? Brampton Care & Rehabilitation Centre are looking to hire for their nursing home in Oranmore. Their recruitment team will be exhibiting at Jobs Expo on February 18th. You can speak with them and hand in your CV between 10am and 4pm at the Galmont Hotel & Spa. Register for FREE ADMISSION here.

Who are Brampton?

Privately owned Nursing Home in Oranmore, Co. Galway. Established in 2017, with capacity for 79 Care of the Elderly residents and 60 Acquired Brain Injury Residents in a state-of-the-art facility.

What they do:

Provide residential care, convalescent care, respite care and palliative care to residents most of whom are over 65 years of age.

Provide specialist long term care to people with Acquired Brain Injury that are not able to return to the community due to their complex care needs

Provide specialist Brain Injury Rehabilitation to people with Acquired Brain Injury to enable them to return to live in the community

The Team:

Director of Nursing, Assistant Director of Nursing, CNM2, CNM1s, Registered Nurses, Healthcare Assistants:

MDT: Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist, Speech and Language Therapist, Psychologist, GP

Facilities: Facilities Manager, Maintenance Team, HR executive, HR assistant, Admin, Finance, Accommodation Manager, Housekeeping/Hygiene team, Chef Manager and Catering Team.

What they offer:

Competitive Salary, Free on-site parking, on an excellent bus route from Galway city and surrounds, free meals, continuous professional development including bespoke training in ABI, Assistance finding accommodation locally if needed

Are you interested in joining the Team?

Please leave a copy of your CV or mobile phone number with at their booth at Jobs Expo Galway or email your CV/Contact details to

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