IE Network: Helping unemployed, highly skilled workers and professionals
Jobs Expo is happy to announce that IE Network is taking part in Jobs Expo Dublin on Saturday 21st October at Croke Park.
IE Network is a Dublin-based initiative of the Dublin Regional Authority. Since November 2010 the organisation has assisted highly skilled and/or professional unemployed people.
What IE Network Does
IE Network has three purposes. Firstly, it facilitates professional and social networking amongst unemployed highly skilled workers and/or professionals.
Secondly, they assist members become employed either through setting up a business, or by brushing up on their job-seeking skills, such as interview techniques and CV writing.
Finally, the organisation supplements public services with tailored professional training and events aimed at the specific needs of their members.
Professional and Peer Support
IE Network provides a platform for mutual support. They offer emotional, psychological, and moral support to members. Members can participate to whatever extent they feel comfortable, and share knowledge, experiences and advice.
The organisation also offers professional peer group support. Members can access information relevant to their professional needs within one structured online source. This includes information on starting a business or getting back on the career ladder.
In addition, they consolidate existing state and local services available to unemployed highly skilled and/or professional people. Their overall aim is to identify routes back to employment for their members.