The launch of the Mid West Careers Fair 2018 brought to you by the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection and sponsored by The Mid West Regional Skills Forum and Limerick Chamber Skillnet. Back row from left Catherine Hurley, Areas Manager, Dept. Employment Affairs and Social Protection (DEASP), Jim Lynch, Divisional Manager, Employment Affairs and Social Protection (DEASP), Joe Leddin, Regional Skills Forum Manager Mid West and Audrey Sheehy, (DEASP). Seated from left Eimear Brophy, Chairperson Regional Skills Forum, Limerick Clare Education Training Board, Alison Power (DEASP) and Mary Penny (DEASP). Photo: Liam Burke
Mid West Careers Fair 2018 to take place in Limerick’s South Court Hotel
The South Court Hotel, Limerick, on Tuesday, March 6th, 2018 from 2pm-7pm will be this year’s venue for the Mid West Careers Fair; a Jobs fair and Careers Advice Event.
Job seekers attending the Event will get an opportunity to meet with local companies actively recruiting, from multinationals to local small and medium-sized enterprises. A wide variety of positions will be available across many sectors.
Free career advice will also be on offer for jobseekers from a panel of qualified and highly experienced professionals. If any job seeker requires assistance with their future career they can visit one of our advisors to help them identify suitable career options on the day.
Local training and Education providers will also be present providing guidance and advice.
Jim Lynch, Department of Social Protection Divisional Manager Mid-West said, “This year we are delighted with the support from local employers and training institutions. Now in its sixth year, the Jobs Fair is an established event with a wide variety of jobs on offer. This contributes to growing a stronger regional economy. We are delighted to partner with The Mid West Regional Skills Forum, and Limerick Chamber Skillnet to offer this great opportunity to both the Employers and the Jobseekers of the Mid-West Region”.
“The Mid West Regional Skills Forum is focused on ensuring a pipeline of industry ready, talented and appropriately skilled people to support enterprise expansion and the economic growth of the region. We are delighted to partner in this initiative, matching suitably skilled people with available jobs” Joe Leddin, Mid-West Regional Skills Forum Manager
Entry is free to all and job seekers can register attendance on entry.
Mid West Careers Fair 2018 is brought to you by the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection and sponsored by The Mid-West Regional Skills Forum and Limerick Chamber Skillnet.
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