Do you work in STEM – science, technology, engineering or medicine? If so, Jobs Expo Cork has plenty of opportunities for you. Some of the most interesting, innovative and exciting STEM employers will be recruiting at the event which takes place on Wednesday 16 November at the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs.
In Ireland, almost a third of us work in STEM-related companies. What's more, a whooping 1380 new jobs were announced in just one month – April – earlier this year.
If you are looking for your next challenge or just curious about what opportunities are out there, get yourself along to this November’s Jobs Expo Cork.
Alkermes is a fully integrated global biopharmaceutical company. The company applies their scientific expertise and proprietary technologies as well as their global resources to develop products that to make a meaningful difference in the way patients manage their disease. These focus on central nervous system disorders, such as schizophrenia, depression, addiction and multiple sclerosis. Alkermes is an international, publicly traded biopharmaceutical company with more than 1,600 employees.
ArtofUs (AoU) is a pioneering new software company. They have developed the world’s first Human Operating System for the Internet of Things (IOT) market. The first AoU based services provider offerings launch in China, Europe and North America in 2017. Furthermore, some of the biggest brand names in tech and cloud computing will launch AoU enables services. AoU’s work offers many frontier challenges in vision data analytics, algorithm development and large-scale message bus and server cloud related environments.
Aspira is an Irish company with international impact. From their offices in Dublin and Cork, they offer consultancy and IT services. Their clients include AIB, Coillte, DePuy Synths, EirGrid, ESB and Electric Ireland and Laya Healthcare. Established in 2007, Aspira are global Enterprise IT Project Specialists. They drive IT empowered solutions and services, with a strategic focus on optimising business performance. They specialise in delivery of services to the financial service, IT, medical devices and energy sectors.
HiUp is an innovative new app that matches jobseekers to the right job. But HiUp does more than just find work. Users can also take courses to improve their skills and enhance their earning power. Employers recognise these courses and hire candidates who have them. What's more, HiUp do their utmost to ensure they’re low-cost and often they’re free. HiUp allows users to create a virtual career wallet: a fully-protected, online CV, which expands whenever they get a new role or take a new course. HiUp have created an app in which your CV, like your career, is constantly evolving.
The Isle of Man is looking to fill a number of roles on the island, as well as a variety of tech jobs. The island is a self-governing Crown dependency. Approximately 85,000 people live on the island and the capital is Douglas. The island is a low-tax economy. Firstly, there is no capital gains tax, wealth tax, stamp duty, or inheritance tax. Furthermore, the top rate of income tax of 20%. Offshore banking, manufacturing, and tourism are key sectors of the economy. In addition, the island is a popular film location. The Isle of Man has also become a centre for private space travel companies.
Sanofi in Ireland provides medicines to treat patients with illnesses including oncology, diabetes, thrombotic and cardiovascular diseases, renal, biosurgery and central nervous disorders. The company’s principal area of business is ethical pharmaceuticals. Their primary goal is to find treatments to prevent, combat and eradicate diseases around the world. They provide therapeutic and preventive solutions for populations in both industrialised and developing countries. Sanofi offers stimulating and rewarding career paths for talented people. They look for people whose attitude and commitment complement their philosophy of courage, creativity, performance, respect, audacity and solidarity.