Jobs Expo 2015, Ireland’s leading employment and recruitment fair, returns to Dublin’s Croke Park this Friday and Saturday. Candidates can meet with numerous employers, with job vacancies, seeking to connect with prospective employees from Ireland and abroad. This year’s event also sees the return of the popular ‘Career Clinic’, where attendees can meet with qualified career counsellors and obtain professional advice free-of-charge and the Seminar Zone, with exciting seminars and talks delivered by professionals on both days.
It is the 7th time that Jobs Expo has run since 2012 and this weekend’s event promises to be busier than ever with numerous employers actively recruiting over two days including Topaz, Go4Less, Axway, Innopharma Labs, Eurofins Lancaster Labs, Our Lady’s Hospice, Department of Social Protection, Amway, Bon Secours Hospital, Forever Living, FIT Ltd, TTM Healthcare, Public Appointments, The Simon Community, BTS Hospitality Management, Examplar, Apple Green, Dublin North Ability Service, National Pen Company, IE Network and many more.
There will also be a dedicated Training Zone which will include course providers such as University College Cork, Dublin School of Barbering, Sallynoggin College of Further Education, Academy of Leadership, Training & Coaching, the National Learning Network, Centre of English Studies and more.
As well as jobs and career opportunities, expert careers advice will be available at the Career Clinic whereby candidates can avail of FREE one on-one-advice in our Careers Clinic, on interview skills techniques, CV preparation, career guidance and if they wish to change from one working sector into another, we will advise which training courses or adult education course they should do to make this transition.
The Seminar Zone will be open from noon to 4pm each day with exciting talks from industry professionals on topics such as Interview Skills, CV Writing, Getting out of your career rut, direct selling, self-employment, working in the pharmaceutical and medical industry, effective leadership and more. The Seminar Zone is free-of-charge to all attendees of Jobs Expo and is operated on a first-come basis.
Whatever your level of skill, Jobs Expo 2015 will provide all the information needed to climb the employment ladder or make an informed decision on a new career choice.
Exhibition organiser, Bronagh Cotter, says, “We’re very excited about this weekend’s Jobs Expo. We’ve put together a great mix of companies seeking to actively recruit
Jobs Expo is regarded as the leading jobs and careers event in Ireland and is FREE-OF-CHARGE to the public. It is run by Careers Unlimited, a Dublin-based online and events company.
The organiser is strongly advising those who wish to attend to Pre-register on its website www.jobsexpo.ie to avail of FREE Admission and avoid queues over the two days of the event. People wishing to register can do so at www.jobsexpo.ie/visitors/register
Jobs Expo 2015 Dublin
Dates: Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th May
Time: 11am – 4pm
Location: Cusack Suite, Croke Park Conference Centre, Dublin 1
Entrance fee: FREE
Full details at: http://www.jobsexpo.ie/
For further information, please contact
Jobs Expo 2015
Tel: (01) 5311 280 / 087 654 3175