Regeneration Jobs Fair comes to King’s Island Community Centre
The Regeneration backed Jobs Fair comes to King’s Island Community Centre on Wednesday, September 13, 2023
Residents in St Mary’s Park and surrounding areas are invited to take the first step on a new career path as the Regeneration backed Jobs Fair comes to King’s Island Community Centre on Wednesday, September 13, 2023.
More than twenty employers, educational bodies and other services have confirmed their attendance at the third of four jobs fairs in the series this year.
In total, more than 800 people attended previous fairs in Moyross and Ballinacurra Weston earlier in 2023.
St Mary’s Park residents could potentially meet their new employer with jobs, training and educational opportunities all available.
Stands on the day will include Aura Grove Island, Garvey’s Supervalu, Clayton Hotel, Mr. Price, Peter McVerry Trust, and Supermac’s.
Bidvest Noonan, FAI ETB Player Development Programme, An Garda Siochana, The Defence Forces will also be in attendance on the day.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to speak with recruiters from Limerick City Build, Limerick Civic Trust, FIT- Fast Track Into IT, St. Mary’s Adult Education, Northside Family Resource Centre, The National Learning Network, Department of Social Protection, Limerick Youth Service, Limerick & Clare Education & Training Board, Technological University of the Shannon (TUS), PAUL Partnership Limerick, and Limerick City & County Council.
Mayor of the City and County of Limerick, Councillor Gerald Mitchell said, “With doors to new career pathways swinging open, the Jobs Fair is more than an event; it’s a catalyst for lifelong success, putting residents on the fast track to achieving their ambitions. I encourage residents in the area to participate in the Jobs Fair at King’s Island Community Centre. It promises to be a launchpad for many employment and educational journeys.”
Joe Delaney, Director of Limerick Regeneration Directorate said, “The Regeneration Jobs Fair returning to St. Mary’s Park is a unique City Centre based opportunity for the local community. The event aims to connect local residents with potential employers so that they can explore job openings and gain insights into various career paths. At the fair, entry-level positions to more specialised roles will be on offer. Training and educational opportunities will also be available.”
The final Regeneration Jobs Fair of 2023 will take place in Southill in October.