The Money Advice and Budgeting Service (MABS) is a free, independent, confidential and non- judgmental money advice and budgeting service for all members of the public and operates from over 60 offices nationwide.
MABS primarily works with people experiencing over-indebtedness. MABS Money Advisers work with clients who may have difficulties with a wide range of personal debts including personal loans, mortgages, credit card debt, catalogue debts, debts to legal moneylenders and hire purchases. Money Advisers help clients by reviewing their budgets, negotiating with their creditors and looking at opportunities to maximise their income.
Money Advisers also act as Approved Intermediaries under personal insolvency legislation for clients availing of a Debt Relief Notice. MABS has always dealt with mortgage and housing related debt and this is treated as a priority debt in MABS. MABS has an additional panel of over 30 Dedicated Mortgage Arrears Advisers to work with clients on their mortgage arrears issues.
MABS acts as the gateway to advice under the Abhaile scheme, which provides vouchers for clients to see Personal Insolvency Practitioners, legal or financial advisers. In addition, MABS supports clients at all of the repossession court sittings in the country as Court Mentors.
MABS has a remit in Money Management Education by advising clients about budgeting and debt management and facilitating group talks in relation to money management, good saving and spending habits, sources of credit and the avoidance of over-indebtedness.
We are located at stand 21, drop by for a chat about budgeting and money management.
Cubic solves the challenges presented by providing true end-to-end connectivity, safely and securely, anywhere on the planet. For the full lifecycle of any device. As the scope of mobile technologies has changed, our remit has expanded: helping some of the world’s best-recognised innovators deliver on their vision for the services and functionality they want their customers to enjoy.
Our reach extends far beyond the connection, into granular per-device/service billing, data analytics, services and near real-time alerting that enable next-generation mobility services. This is the vision that has taken us to 15 million devices connected in more than 190 countries globally in 2023. Today, our team enables cars, drones, tractors, trucks, buses, cranes and the next generation of IoT devices to meet their full potential.
Learn more about Cubic Telecom by chatting to their team at Jobs Expo and visiting their website here.
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At Turner & Townsend you’ll join an ambitious, global team that’s committed to making a difference to the most exciting projects and programmes happening around the world.
If you bring your talent, enthusiasm and determination, we’ll help you to realise your true potential, providing the opportunity to work with the best people in the industry and gain exposure to new clients and locations within the real estate, infrastructure and natural resources sectors.
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For more than 75 years we’ve been helping to deliver transformational programmes across the real estate, infrastructure and natural resources sectors, making a difference to people’s lives and ensuring a return on investment for our clients and their investors.
In that time the landscape for capital projects has continually evolved, and we’ve stayed ahead of the curve, bringing clear thinking and rigorous processes.
Where others see complexity, we’re one step ahead. With our proven methodologies, depth of experience and data and insights, we find a path to meet the ambitious goals our clients have set.
We too have set ourselves ambitious goals, and built a truly global business, transforming how we do things to make sure all of the knowledge and innovation we generate is shared throughout our global teams.
In an ever-changing world, as client challenges shift and pressures to deliver return on investment drive ever higher, we’ll keep finding new ways to make a difference. It’s not just an outcome we strive towards – it's one that drives us, and gives us our unique perspective on the world.
On 1st January 2014 the Child and Family Agency became an independent legal entity, comprising HSE Children and Family Services, the Family Support Agency and the National Educational Welfare Board as well as incorporating some psychological services and a range of services responding to domestic, sexual and gender-based violence.
The Child and Family Agency is now the dedicated State agency responsible for improving wellbeing and outcomes for children. It represents the most comprehensive reform of child protection, early intervention and family support services ever undertaken in Ireland.
The Agency operates under the Child and Family Agency Act 2013, a progressive piece of legislation with children at its heart and families viewed as the foundation of a strong healthy community where children can flourish. Partnership and co-operation in the delivery of seamless services to children and families are also central to the Act.
The establishment of the Agency represents an opportunity to think differently, where appropriate to behave differently and to seek a wide range of views regarding the most effective way of working together to deliver a wide range of services for children and families. An approach which is responsive, inclusive and outward looking.
There are over 5,000 staff working in the Agency.
Prior to establishment date, widespread consultation with stakeholders sought to capture the hopes, and indeed fears, regarding the new Child and Family Agency. Many held the view that a mere realignment of services and the amalgamation of a number of bodies would not be enough to deliver on the fresh start called for throughout the sector. It was felt that what was required was a new identity which captured a new sense of purpose shared by all those who together will deliver children and family services going forward.
Consideration was given to the aspirations for the agency and many themes emerged – a new beginning, an opportunity, a challenge. From debate and conjecture, the name Tusla emerged as a fitting logo for the Child and Family Agency. While the word borrows from the Irish words ‘tús’ + ‘lá’, Tusla is a completely new word reflecting a shared desire for a new beginning, forging a new identity. A new word, a new way of working.
The Child and Family Agency’s services include a range of universal and targeted services:
Under the Child and Family Act 2013 the Child and Family Agency is charged with:
Supporting and promoting the development, welfare and protection of children, and the effective functioning of families;
- Offering care and protection for children in circumstances where their parents have not been able to, or are unlikely to, provide the care that a child needs. In order to discharge these responsibilities, the Agency is required to maintain and develop the services needed in order to deliver these supports to children and families and provide certain services for the psychological welfare of children and their families;
- Responsibility for ensuring that every child in the State attends school or otherwise receives an education, and for providing educational welfare services to support and monitor children’s attendance, participation and retention in education;
- Ensuring that the best interests of the child guide all decisions affecting individual children;
- Consulting children and families so that they help to shape the agency’s policies and services;
- Strengthening interagency co-operation to ensure seamless services responsive to needs;
- Undertaking research relating to its functions and providing information and advice to the Minister regarding those functions; and
- Commissioning services relating to the provision of child and family services
|Uniphar Group is a rapidly expanding diversified healthcare services business with a global footprint and a proud heritage in Ireland. Since Uniphar became a publicly listed company in 2019, the Group has grown organically and through a series of strategic acquisitions, which continue to strengthen Uniphar’s international reach.
We’re a trusted global partner to pharmaceutical and Medical Technologies manufacturers, working to improve patient access to medicines in Europe and around the world. We provide outsourced and specialised services to our clients. We’re growing by leveraging the strong relationships we have with 200+ of the world’s best known pharmaco-medical manufacturers across multiple geographies, enabled by our cutting-edge digital technology and our highly expert teams.
With a workforce of close to 3,500 across Ireland, United Kingdom, the Netherlands, the Nordics, Germany and the USA, Uniphar is a trusted global partner to Pharma and MedTech manufacturers, working to improve patient access to medicines and treatments around the world.
AbbVie's mission is to discover and deliver innovative medicines that solve serious health issues today and address the medical challenges of tomorrow. We strive to have a remarkable impact on people's lives across several key therapeutic areas: immunology, oncology, neuroscience, eye care, virology, women's health, and gastroenterology, in addition to products and services across our Allergan Aesthetics portfolio.
AbbVie’s Irish heritage dates back to 1974 and the company now employs approximately 2,600 people across six locations in Ireland. Alongside five manufacturing facilities in Cork, Dublin, Sligo, and Mayo, two offices in Dublin serve the needs of the company’s Commercial, Supply Chain and Operations activities.AbbVie’s Irish plants strongly support the company’s pipeline of new medicines and contribute to the production of treatments across many of the company’s therapeutic areas.
The company has been listed as one of the Best Large Workplaces in Ireland by the Great Place to Work Institute for the past ten years and was also named as a Best Workplace for Women for the fifth time in 2023.