Job Club comes to Newry Library

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Friday, September 2nd, 2016
Community, Jobs & Careers, What's On
Staff from the Department for Communities’ Jobs & Benefits Office (JBO), in Newry, in partnership with LibrariesNI, have announced that they will once again be hosting a Job Club every Tuesday and Thursday from 6th September between 9.30am – 12.30pm at Newry Library. jobsThe Job Club aims to help participants develop strong job search techniques including setting realistic and achievable job goals, CV building, job application forms (including online forms) and, most importantly, practicing interview skills. One to one and group sessions are involved. The Job Club runs throughout the year. It is free and open to everyone who wants to return to work. Encouraging local people to avail of the Job Club to help them get into work, Davy Doyle, Newry JBO Manager, said, “The Job Club team from the local office will be available every Tuesday and Thursday at the Library to provide information, advice and very practical support to help people out of work gain the confidence and job search skills to get them back into work that meets their needs. “The Newry Job Club is a friendly place, set in an informal environment with the chance to meet other people in similar circumstances seeking work, availing of the valuable support from our team of advisors who provide the tools and techniques needed to find work.
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September 2016He added, “The interactive sessions have proved to be both popular and very successful in helping local people find work. Our team will also advise on how to search for vacancies on” For further information on the Job Club please contact Gerry McDonald or Michelle Osborne at Newry Jobs & Benefits Office on 028 30254167 or by email to Further help and information for jobseekers, is also available on and
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