Employers with real job vacancies exhibit at Jobs Cork, meeting skilled professionals seeking jobs and career opportunities.

To view the list of exhibitors at Jobs Expo Cork, please view below.

Boston Scientific interview

We caught up with Boston Scientific at Jobs Expo Cork

We spoke with Martin from Boston Scientific about the career opportunities they currently have to offer.



Innopharma College of Applied Sciences had a busy day at Jobs Expo Cork.

We spoke to Mary Jo Parker about her experience at Munster’s leading careers event.


Capita Customer Solutions interview

We got to chat with Capita Customer Solutions at Jobs Expo Cork

We caught up with Jenny from Capita at Pairc Ui Chaoimh for Jobs Expo Cork.


poppulo interview

Poppulo have us a few minutes of their time to chat at Jobs Expo Cork

Dave from Poppulo talked to us about the advantages of meeting jobseekers face-to-face at Jobs Expo.


eir interview

We spoke with eir at our recent Jobs Expo Cork

Sonia from eir spoke to us about the great opportunities in her company at Jobs Expo Cork.


We caught up with Victoria English School at Jobs Expo Cork

We spoke with Carla from Victoria English School about the wonderful benefits of working in the UAE.


mytaxi interview

We caught up with mytaxi at Jobs Expo Cork

After their success at Croke Park for Jobs Expo Dublin, Jamie from mytaxi, returned to meet candidates at Jobs Expo Cork in Pairc Ui Chaoimh.


Zevas interview

Zevas returned to Jobs Expo Cork at Pairc Ui Chaoimh last Saturday

We spoke with Jim from Zevas about the opportunities and calibre of jobseekers at Jobs Expo Cork.


Cork ETB gave us a few minutes of their time to chat at Jobs Expo Cork

We got a 2 minute window to talk to Paul from Cork ETB about their experience at Jobs Expo Cork in Pairc Ui Chaoimh.


laya healthcare jobs

We’d like to welcome laya healthcare aboard Jobs Expo Cork

Are you eager to pursue a career within the healthcare sector? This Saturday, at Pairc Ui Chaoimh, Laya Healthcare will be exhibiting, as well as recruiting at Jobs Expo Cork.

About laya healthcare

Laya healthcare is the second largest provider of private health insurance in Ireland with over half a million members. With access to some of the most innovative benefits in the Irish health insurance market along with life insurance (layalife.ie) and travel insurance (layatravelinsurance.ie).  Its brand promise, Looking After You Always, represents laya healthcare’s member-centric approach, which is fundamental to its vision and values.


Careers at laya healthcare are all about a promise, a promise to look after you always. This is fundamental to their vision and values. Laya healthcare look for people who fit their values, people who can turn ordinary into extraordinary.


In return for your hard work, energy and dedication, laya healthcare give you a substantial bundle of benefits. You’ll be able to work towards an additional performance-related pay scheme that’s based on your performance. That’s on top of your salary. If you pay into a pension plan, they also contribute to this.


Laya healthcare see work as more than just a financial arrangement. They know that in order for you to do your best work, you need to be happy. So they do everything they can to make you feel good in yourself, physically and mentally. Laya healthcare make sure you get plenty of rest too. You get 21 days holiday each year plus additional days the longer you work for laya healthcare. With flexible working hours, laya healthcare help you achieve a good work/life balance.


Laya healthcare will encourage you to be physically active. For instance, they have a running club, a GAA team, a golf society and a tennis society. There are plenty of social activities too. If you do get ill, don’t worry, they’re understanding about sick leave. You’ll also get comprehensive health care insurance. They believe that mental wellness is vital. It’s something they’re known for. Their 24/7 Mental Wellbeing Support Programme is available to all laya healthcare team members.


So what’s it like once you step through laya’s door as one of the team? Well, on your way in, you’ll see a ‘Great Place to Work’ award on the door. Laya healthcare have been one of the top 20 employers in Ireland for the past four years. That’s one indication that your working day is going to be extraordinary. Here is what some of the laya team members have to say;


“It’s a great environment to be in. We all look after each other. People step in when you need help. People accommodate each other. Everyone’s very approachable. You’ll make friends for life!”
John Barry, Customer Service.


“You’re given the ability to make changes. It’s an environment of ‘yes let’s try this’. You’re given the reins to try something and you’re challenged and supported.”

Doreen O’Mahony, Digital Brand Manager.


“Everyone is very supportive. There’s no fear of looking stupid. That makes it easy to ask questions or make suggestions. There is no better feeling than when someone asks your opinion and takes what you say on board. People at laya value input.”

Liam O’Regan, Graduate Programme


Johnson & Johnson careers

Johnson & Johnson join Jobs Expo Cork this Saturday at Pairc Ui Chaoimh.

We’re very excited to have Johnson & Johnson exhibit at Jobs Expo Cork. Their recruitment team will have a stand at Pairc Ui Chaoimh from 10 am to 4pm this Saturday. Register for this FREE event today and meet a plethora of employers this Saturday.

Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies in Ireland

Johnson & Johnson is the world’s most comprehensive and broadly based manufacturer of healthcare
products, as well as a provider of related services for the consumer, pharmaceutical and medical
devices and diagnostics markets. Johnson & Johnson have more than 265 operating companies in
more than 60 countries employing approximately 126,500 people. Our worldwide headquarters is in
New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA.

The company was founded in 1886 on a revolutionary idea: Doctors and nurses should use
sterile sutures, dressings and bandages to treat peoples’ wounds. Since then every invention, every
product, every breakthrough has been powered by generations of employees who are inspired to make
a difference.

The Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies has been operating in Ireland for 80 years, employing in excess of 3,725 people across three business sectors:

  • Consumer
  • Medical Devices and Diagnostics
  • Pharmaceuticals


The Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies in Ireland


  • Cork: DePuy Synthes – Ringaskiddy
    Janssen Sciences Ireland UC – Ringaskiddy
    Janssen Pharmaceuticals Sciences UC – Little Island


  • Limerick: Johnson & Johnson Vision Care – Castletroy, Limerick
    Johnson & Johnson EMEA Development Center, Limerick
    Automation Centre of Excellence – Limerick


  • Galway: Cerenovus, Ballybrit Business Park


  • Mayo: Johnson & Johnson Vision Care – Westport


  • Dublin: Johnson & Johnson (Consumer) – Tallaght
    Johnson & Johnson (Medical Devices) – Tallaght
    Johnson & Johnson Vision Care – Liffey Valley Office Park
    Janssen Sciences UC – Tallaght
Boston Scientific jobs

Boston Scientific will be exhibiting, as well as recruiting, at Jobs Expo Cork

Great news! Boston Scientific are returning to recruit at Jobs Expo Cork this weekend. If you work in the STEM sector, don’t pass up the opportunity to meet them this Saturday at Pairc Ui Chaoimh.

About Boston Scientific

John Abele and Pete Nicholas established Boston Scientific in 1979. Their aim was to benefit public health by giving patients medical options that were more accessible, cost less and were also less invasive.

Since then, the company has grown to be a global innovator. They have three locations in Ireland – Galway, Cork and Clonmel.


Established in 1994, the Galway site manufactures key product lines. These include drug-eluting and biliary stents, as well as catheters. Galway is the largest BS facility in Ireland with more than 3,000 employees. In addition, it is the largest manufacturing facility in the company’s worldwide network. They manufacture more than 3 million life-saving devices a year, shipped to all corners of the globe.


BS’s Cork facility has more than 1,100 employees. Established in 1998, the Cork site manufactures products for a variety of Boston Scientific divisions. They manufacture more than 5.6 million life saving devices per year, which are shipped all across the globe.


This is the smallest Boston Scientific facility in Ireland. Clonmel employs 850 people and manufactures pacemakers, ICDs and defibrillators. They supply these devices to hospitals and health clinics in almost 100 countries.

Boston Scientific has an impressive portfolio of 13,000 products. As a result, the company is a medical device leader.  They employ around 23,000 people across the world, and they are an equal opportunity employer.

Jobs Expo Cork exhibitor list

Here’s your Jobs Expo Cork exhibitor list for Saturday 17th November

Time for the Jobs Expo Cork exhibitor list… We’re getting ready for Jobs Expo Cork at Páirc Uí Chaoimh from 10 am to 4 pm on Saturday. As well as a slew of companies recruiting at the event, there’s free professional development advice at the Career Clinic. In addition, we have a range of free seminars on the Agenda Stage and Google Digital Garage.


Medtech, IT, retail, sales, education and more – here’s the exhibitor list for Jobs Expo Dublin

Capita Customer Solutions jobs

Meet Capita Customer Solutions this Saturday at Jobs Expo Cork in Pairc Ui Chaoimh

We’re excited to see Capita Customer Solutions this Saturday at Pairc Ui Chaoimh. Their recruitment team will be in attendance at Jobs Expo Cork from 10 am this Saturday.

About Capita Customer Solutions


Capita Customer Solutions is a well-established leader in the delivery of business process services for their clients both in Ireland and internationally – working across multiple sectors including utilities, telecommunications, media, travel, financial services, agriculture, food and drink, lifestyle and public sectors.

While originally best known for their agribusiness service offerings, they are a company that have grown and diversified over the years to deliver a range of services to more than 20 customers including central government and blue chip commercial clients.

“We are one of the strongest end-to-end Irish business process service providers, continuing to bring the same culture and service focus that has stood the test of time for the past 20 years in the Irish market,” says Martin Ryan, chief commercial officer.

In 2014, the company became part of Capita Plc, and re-branded from South Western to Capita Customer Solutions.

Capita Customer Solutions has offices in West Cork at Clonakilty and Bandon, at Little Island, at Bedford in UK and in Lódz in Poland in total employing over 700 people, and still growing.

“Our people are the foundation of our business and our people truly care about our clients’ success.  We have an ongoing focus on growing, empowering, coaching and training our people to deliver exceptional service for our customers, and their customers.
We pride ourselves on being a trustworthy partner who will go the extra mile to help our clients achieve their goals.”

Their services include:


Customer Service & Sales— customer service and sales excellence have always been one of Capita Customer Solutions’ core offerings.“We handle more than four million contacts a year, and we strive to ensure that every customer interaction is a positive experience — irrespective of the communication medium by maintaining a laser focus on the customer experience.To meet this objective they base the customer ethos on the personalisation of every customer interaction.”

Credit Management Services — they are specialists in delivering collections and arrears handling services where the ethos is to focus on the most appropriate method of credit management for their customers, and for their customers’customers.

Finance Processing – delivering a suite of back office finance functions to high-profile clients such as Procure-to-Pay, to Order-to-Cash, to Record-to-Report as well as Payroll services.

Administration Services – delivering a suite of transaction and administration processing services where accuracy, quality and repeatable outcomes are critical success factors for clients.

Agribusiness Services — they have a long and proud history in the agribusiness space and delivering critical animal registration, trace ability and food quality assurance services in Ireland and the UK.

Quality Assurance Services — they deliver quality assurance services managing teams of field assessors performing inspections on behalf of their clients.

Bespoke services — a culture of innovation is promoted across the organisation bringing this to bear with their clients through offerings such as “Lean-as-a-Service”, a Lean Six Sigma consultancy service; “Voice of the Customer”, a survey and text analytics service to decipher customer sentiment;and “RPA-as-a-Service”, a new service offering to assist clients bring Robotics Process Automation to their operations.

Cork ETB courses

Cork ETB will be exhibiting at Jobs Expo Cork this Saturday at Pairc Ui Chaoimh

We are happy to have Cork ETB join us this Saturday at Pairc Ui Chaoimh. If you are interested in up-skilling and furthering your education drop by their stand.

About Cork ETB

Cork Education and Training Board was established in 2013. It’s a statutory body charged with the delivery of Education and Training across Cork City and County.

The Board is the largest provider of education and training services in the region. It provides for all levels from primary education up to Post Leaving Certificate. Furthermore, Cork ETB holds a responsibility to deliver a comprehensive suite of training programmes for those in employment and seeking employment.


Cork Education and Training Board strives to deliver on its vision:


“To provide a pathway for every learner”


In order to ensure that this is achieved, Cork ETB plans, provides, supports and coordinates education, training and youth services in Cork. Additionally, these courses are recognised internationally as a model of excellence.

Cork Education and Training Board is a driving force for Education and Training in Cork, providing high quality services which are innovative, responsive and inclusive.

A core principal of all Cork ETB activity is to provide a pathway for every learner. Their services are focused, from planning to delivery, on ensuring that all learners have opportunities for:


  • Access – that a learner will be able to access a service, course or programme, relevant to their needs and capabilities, in an appropriate and timely manner
  • Transfer – that learners will be able to transfer between services and programmes offered by cork ETB and other learning providers, in as seamless a manner as possible
  • Progression – that learners will be able to progress to the world of work or further studies, utilising the knowledge skills and competencies they have developed in their studies.

Cork ETB provides the following services:

  • Primary Education
  • Post-Primary Education
  • Further Education and Training
  • Post Leaving Certificate Courses
  • Apprenticeship Training
  • Traineeships
  • Specific Skills Training
  • Community Training Centres
  • Local Training Initiatives
  • Specialist Training Providers
  • Youthreach
  • BTEI
  • Youth Services
  • School of Music
  • VTOS
  • Adult Literacy
  • Community Education
  • Skills for Work
  • Prison Education
Nightcourses.com Ireland

Ireland’s largest database of part-time and evening courses, Nightcourses.com, returns to exhibit at Jobs Expo Cork

We are pleased to have Nightcourses.com join us again at Jobs Expo Cork. If you are considering taking a course to up-skill for your career or simply as a hobby, drop by their stand at Pairc Ui Chaoimh this Saturday, 17th November.

About Nightcourses.com

Nightcourses.com is Ireland’s leading online search resource for part-time courses, evening classes and lifelong learning programmes. They are a national database of courses from hundreds of colleges and educational institutes throughout the country. As a result, they are a valuable resource for both students and education providers, linking learners to courses, colleges and educational institutions.


If you are eager to take your career to the next level, change job, improve your Leaving Cert results, learn a new skill or take up a hobby, Nightcourses.com is your one-stop-shop. Their database offers Ireland’s biggest selection of courses, as well as information on colleges and educational institutes, expert guidance and advice.

Returning to education, whether for professional or personal reasons, does not necessarily mean you need to do a college degree. A number of different fields and disciplines offer degree, diploma and certificate options, and deciding between these can be tricky. You need to consider your goals and interests, the industry you work in, and your professional experience before deciding on a course.

Nightcourses.com streamlines the search process. Furthermore, they work closely with providers to make sure they offer up-to-date information on their programmes.

Colleges & Educational Institutes

As Ireland’s economy and jobs market evolves, interest in continuing education is broadening. Around 6,000 people use Nightcourses.com every day to search for courses in Ireland. As Ireland’s most popular course search database, Nightcourses.com helps education providers connect with students. They also offer a platform for institutions to showcase their courses, successes and benefits. Their vast database means that students have the latest and most complete information available.

Bausch + Lomb Waterford jobs

Bausch + Lomb join Jobs Expo Cork this autumn.

We’re looking forward to have Bausch + Lomb exhibit at Jobs Expo Cork. Meet their recruitment team at Pairc Ui Chaoimh on 17th November.


About Bausch + Lomb

Bausch + Lomb Waterford is the biggest contact lens manufacturing site in the world. In addition, they  have a pharmaceutical section which makes a back-on-the eye implant. With over 1300 employees in the Waterford site, Bausch + Lomb is a leading global eye health organization that is solely focused on protecting, enhancing and restoring people’s eyesight. Its core businesses include over-the-counter supplements, eye care products, ophthalmic pharmaceuticals, contact lenses, lens care products, ophthalmic surgical devices and instruments.

Bausch + Lomb develops, manufactures and markets one of the most comprehensive product portfolios in the industry. And it’s available in more than 100 countries. They have a track record in Waterford of developing products. In fact, 92% of the lenses they manufacture and export world-wide, have been developed in Waterford.


Products developed in Waterford are exported globally with around 55% of the lenses being shipped to Japan and Asia; 20 per cent to countries within the Europe, Middle East and Africa region (EMEA) and the final 25 per cent going to North and South America.

In its 37 year history of manufacturing in Waterford, Bausch + Lomb has always believed in encouraging its employees to develop their skills and acquire new competencies. Furthermore, the company have a wide range of programmes to assist in career development such as performance management and development, talent management, succession planning and development. They are looking for new talent to join our growing team here.

SOLAS courses

SOLAS will return to Pairc Ui Chaoimh to exhibit at Jobs Expo Cork

Discover the best path to take in continuing your education. Talk to SOLAS at Jobs Expo Cork on 17th November. Their team will be exhibiting in Pairc Ui Chaoimh between 10 am and 4 pm.

Who are SOLAS?

The primary objective for SOLAS is to create an exceptional, systematic Further Education and Training (FET) industry in Ireland that satisfies the requirements of learners, as well as the economy.

FET courses, delivered by Education and Training Boards, are designed, organised and subsidized by SOLAS. Furthermore, the organisation market further education training courses that are applicable to student and national needs. In addition, they support the development of an innovative, dynamic and demand-led lifelong learning sector to secure the economic and social prominence of Ireland.

SOLAS manages several initiatives, including:

  • The National Apprenticeship system
  • The MOMENTUM programme
  • EGF
  • eCollege
  • Safepass
  • The Construction Skills Certification Scheme


Leading change in further education and training

There is a vast array of further education options in Ireland. As a result, they have their work cut out for them. Firstly, they’ve to ensure that every course teaches students new skills or enhances personal development. Secondly, they are forthcoming to the needs of business, which must have access to skilled employees. Lastly, they must consider the needs of society and operate from the stance that all citizens deserve equivalence of esteem and equal opportunity. They believe that all citizens can develop their skills with opportunity and support.

Marriott International careers

Marriott International have checked into Pairc Ui Chaoimh for Jobs Expo Cork

We’re happy to announce that Marriott International will be exhibiting at Jobs Expo Cork. Their recruitment team will be looking for talented individuals at Pairc Ui Chaoimh on Saturday 17th November. Register on our website today to get your ticket for this FREE event.

About Marriott International

Marriott International is one of the world’s favourite travel companies boasting over 6,000 Hotels in more than 120 countries under 30 different brands. Marriott International can open doors to opportunities for you! The good people at Marriott in Cork are passionate about people.

J.W. Marriott’s founding philosophy is -“Take care of the associates, the associates will take care of the guests, and the guests will come back again and again.” and that is something they truly believe and practice on a daily basis. The Marriott’s Associates come from all around the globe and speak more than 28 languages. Furthermore, the inclusive culture and diverse environment makes it a great place to work.

At Cork, Customer Engagement Centre, they offer support to guests and hotels throughout the world by providing a level of service excellence that is second to none which in turn creates exceptional guest experiences.

Kelly Services recruitment

Recruitment specialists, Kelly Services, will be exhibiting at Pairc Ui Chaoimh for Jobs Expo Cork

We’re excited to have Kelly Services join us again for Jobs Expo Cork. Their team will be talking to jobseekers on Saturday 17th November at Pairc Ui Chaoimh.

History of Kelly Services: From 2 to Industry Leader

William Russell Kelly opened Kelly Services from a small office in Detroit, Michigan in 1946. The company began with two employees and the vision to treat every customer like the only customer. William Russell Kelly was a pioneer. He helped shape the way for the modern staffing industry. More than six decades later, the company philosophy of treating every customer like the only customer is alive in everything Kelly do. As a result, the name Kelly is a trusted, respected and renowned in workforce management solutions.

Kelly in Ireland

Kelly have been in Ireland for over two decades. They are a recruitment agency. They listen to the people they connect with, look for their unique skills and discover how they want to work.

For years Kelly has helped place thousands of candidates across the country. Furthermore, they place great people that make a profound impact on people’s lives: these are the production operators that make medical devices that allow patients to thrive and live. Kelly can confidently say that they are experts in the recruitment field. Their clients include but are not exclusive to: Medtronic, Boston Scientific, Stryker, Creganna Medical and Goodman Medical.

The company is consistently reacting to client and candidate needs, proactively managing and exceeding the expectations. They tailor their approach to each and every person they work with. The team works collaboratively as they share knowledge and best practice.

They have seen employees evolve in the course of their employment with them – they give people confidence and opportunity for constant progress. In today’s hectic world people want the flexibility of fitting work around their lifestyle while still having a consistent income and Kelly has helped to enable that.

At Kelly they see people not candidates, they see the individual not the number.