Category archives for: Jobs & Careers

Camlough student wins place on leading graduate programme

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A Newry student has won a place on a leading graduate programme delivered by Willis Insurance & Risk Management and South Eastern Regional College (SERC). Owen Finnegan, a law graduate from Camlough is taking part in the worked-based learning programme which aims to build the management skills of students and open a pathway to employment […]

Major job fair brings employment opportunities

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The Department for Communities, in partnership with Belfast City Council, is hosting a major job fair in Belfast on Tuesday 21st February 2017. The job fair will take place in the Europa Hotel Belfast between 10.00am and 3.00pm and is free to attend. More than 70 employers will take part including employers from the care, […]

New job vacancies with Netwatch, Newry

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Netwatch has opportunities for immediate permanent positions in their purpose built Communications Hub in Carnbane Industrial Estate in Newry, Co. Down. Netwatch specialises in providing business continuity, risk management and security services to clients across the globe. Established in 2003, by David Walsh, Group CEO and Niall Kelly, Director of Technology, Netwatch is a global […]

Clanrye Group launches exciting programme aimed at young people in Newry

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Clanrye Group has launched an exciting new programme aimed at young people aged 16 – 25 years old, not in education, training or employment living in the South Armagh and Newry City areas. REGENER8 is funded by the International Fund for Ireland and managed by the Rural Development Council. The cross community Youth Development Programme […]

NI Water launches Apprenticeship Programme

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If you have ever wanted a job where you were part of delivering what matters and supplying an essential service to the community, then look no further than NI Water’s Apprenticeship Programme. NI Water is offering 12 people an opportunity to be a part of delivering of high quality drinking water to its customers by […]

Job vacancy: Solicitor/Barrister in Plaintiff Litigation Services, Warrenpoint

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Your new company: Gary Matthews Solicitors is a leading Company in the Plaintiff Litigation Services sector and is recruiting for capable Solicitor(s) and/or Barrister(s) to join their Plaintiff Litigation Team on a full time basis based in Warrenpoint County Down. Your new role: You will work within the Plaintiff Litigation Division handling claims involving all […]

Fifth FinTrU Financial Services Academy launched

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Economy Minister Simon Hamilton MLA has launched the fifth FinTrU Financial Services Academy. Twenty graduates will undertake an intensive four week training programme delivered by Belfast Met and Ulster University. The training will have a strong focus on investment opportunities and financial compliance. On completion of the course the graduates will be interviewed for a […]

New job opportunities with Netwatch, Newry

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Netwatch has opportunities for immediate permanent positions in their purpose built Communications Hub in Carnbane Industrial Estate in Newry, Co. Down. Netwatch specialises in providing business continuity, risk management and security services to clients across the globe. Established in 2003, by David Walsh, Group CEO and Niall Kelly, Director of Technology, Netwatch is a global […]

Decrease in unemployment rate welcomed

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Economy Minister Simon Hamilton has welcomed the latest labour market figures which show another decrease in the unemployment rate. Figures released for the period June – August 2016 show that the Northern Ireland Labour Force Survey unemployment rate was 5.5% – a decrease of 0.4 percentage points over the quarter and 0.5 percentage points over […]

Victim Support NI volunteer recruitment drive in Newry

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Victim Support NI, the leading organisation supporting victims of crime in Northern Ireland, is hosting an event in Newry on Tuesday 18th October in the hope of attracting people to volunteer with the charity. The organisation, which helps victims of crime in communities and courts throughout Northern Ireland, said more volunteers are required to deliver […]









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