Category archives for: Jobs & Careers

First Health-Tech Academy launched

Deloitte is looking for graduates who are passionate about the healthcare industry to join their first ever Health-Tech Academy. The ten week pre-employment skills training programme, backed by the Department for the Economy will provide graduates with the skills and experience required to deliver complex technology solutions for Deloitte’s healthcare clients.     Speaking to […]

Queen’s Accommodation opens to non-Queen’s students

Northern Ireland students starting university next month will have the opportunity to live in Queen’s Accommodation – even if they aren’t studying at Queen’s University. Queen’s University Belfast Accommodation announced today that they are welcoming students from St Mary’s University College, Ulster University, Belfast Met and Stranmillis University College. The news will delight local students […]

Still time for NI students to apply for a room in Queen’s Accommodation

With the first round of allocations for Northern Ireland students now complete at Queen’s Accommodation, local Queen’s students still have time to secure a room in the most sought-after student accommodation in the country. Elms BT1, Elms BT2, Elms BT9 and Queen’s Houses can offer you the all-important space to live and enjoy student life […]

‘Where do I go from here?’: The ultimate guide to exam results

Students across Northern Ireland are receiving exam results and, depending upon the results received, asking themselves ‘Where do I go from here?’ Obtaining exam results is an exciting and important milestone in the life of a young person and making informed decisions about the various career options available is vital to effective career planning.   […]

Newry businesses urged to open their doors to school pupils

The Department for the Economy and the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) are encouraging local businesses to consider the benefits of opening their doors to school pupils via work experience.  Frances O’Hara, head of the Department for the Economy’s Careers Service said, “It is vital we all continue to work towards developing a strong local […]

Chance to ‘Bag a Degree’ as Lidl launches Management Degree Programme

Northern Ireland’s fastest growing retailer, Lidl, has 40 places up for grabs on its all-new management degree programme. The programme will provide retail and logistics managers who are hungry to build their career, the opportunity to attain an Ulster University degree all while receiving on-the-job experience and a full salary.     Lidl is seeking […]

Exciting new job vacancies with Netwatch in Newry

Job Title: Intervention Specialist (Night-Time)  Department: Communications Hub Location: Newry, Co. Down, Northern Ireland Apply now: https://netwatch.bamboohr.co.uk/jobs/view.php?id=46 Netwatch is seeking full-time Intervention Specialists to support customers across the world from their Communications Hub in Carnbane Industrial Estate, Newry. Intervention Specialists will operate Netwatch’s advanced protection technologies to support customer site security. Successful applicants will: Use […]

Newry pupils’ chance to participate in IT summer camp

Newry’s IT engineers of the future have the chance to develop their skills by taking part in an innovative IT summer camp organised by one of Northern Ireland’s leading IT businesses, Novosco, in partnership with Ulster University. Novosco Cloud Camp – an educational initiative by managed cloud provider Novosco – will run at the university’s […]

Graduates embark on careers in robotics and data visualisation with Deloitte

Twenty graduates are set for a career in the emerging areas of robotics process automation and data visualisation with Deloitte. Following successful completion of the Firm’s first ever Robotic Automation and Data Visualisation Academy pre-employment training programme, graduates were interviewed by Deloitte and will join the company in the coming weeks.     Delivered at […]

Apprentice of the Year 2018 competition launched

The Department for the Economy has launched a competition and is inviting applications to find Apprentice of the Year 2018. Speaking on the day of the launch Permanent Secretary, Noel Lavery said, “The Apprentice of the Year Awards started back in 2001. These awards recognise apprentices who have demonstrated exceptional progress as well as personal […]

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