Cross-Border Jobs and Careers Fair to take place in Hotel Kilmore, Cavan, on Friday 15th November


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​Cross-Border Jobs and Careers Fair to take place in Hotel Kilmore, Cavan, on Friday 15th November
 
35 employers offering over 300 jobs across a wide range of sectors
1-2-1 Coaching and CV clinics also available
 
Employers and representatives from the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection, the Department for Communities Northern Ireland and the EURES Cross-Border Partnership launch the event
 
 
Monday, 4 November, 2019: The Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection and the Department for Communities Northern Ireland along with the EURES Cross-Border Partnership will host a cross-border Jobs and Careers Fair in the Hotel Kilmore, Cavan Town on Friday 15th November, from 10.30am to 2.30pm.

There are over 300 jobs on offer from 35 employers across  Cavan, Fermanagh, Leitrim, Monaghan and Louth, including; Liberty Insurance,  CG Power Systems Ltd,  Quinn Industrial Holdings,  Cinnte Technologies, Lakeland Dairies, Crust and Crumb, ABP Food Group,  Obelisk Ltd,  ATA Tools. Sectors represented include Manufacturing, ICT, Financial Services, Construction, Engineering, Hospitality, Sales, Homecare and the Food industry.
 
The Jobs and Careers Fair provides a fantastic opportunity for jobseekers, including graduates and people looking to change careers, to meet face-to-face with employers who are actively recruiting on both sides of the border.  A range of positions across the region and throughout Europe will be on display.
 
As well as the jobs on offer, education and training bodies in the region will provide information on the wide range of traineeships, apprenticeships and courses available.

People looking for work or considering changing career will receive advice at one-to-one coaching and CV clinics.
 
The Local Enterprise Office will provide advice to people interested in starting up a new business and to existing businesses looking to grow or improve their Brexit preparedness.
The event is free to attend. DEASP Employment Support Services Team Cavan can be contacted on (049)  4379600 or by emailing esscavan@welfare.ie  

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Notes to Editors

Updates on exhibitors and on the jobs available will be available on Twitter and Facebook, details of which follow:

Twitter: #CrossBorderJobFair
 
Facebook: Employer Relations Unit North East

Entrance to the Crossborder Jobs and Careers Fair can be pre-booked at Eventbrite.ie

Further information on the EURES Service

EURES (European Employment Service) is a network of all the public employment services in the EU and the European Economic Area. It assists jobseekers by providing information and advice on job opportunities across the EU/EEA. Through EURES, public employment services share their employment vacancies and services with each other. The service is free of charge. Further information is available from the website www.eures.europa.eu.

For Jobseekers:

The two main obstacles for Irish jobseekers in availing of opportunities in the European Labour Market are language and financial support. EURES Ireland provides key supports to address these challenges for jobseekers. Any employment opportunities outside of Ireland brought to the attention of jobseekers by the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection are completely voluntary and people who do not avail of any such opportunities will not lose their social welfare entitlements here. It is an opportunity for jobseekers in Ireland to seek work in the wider European market and equally. It also provides jobseekers abroad with an opportunity to find work with companies based here in Ireland where such vacancies cannot be filled by jobseekers in Ireland.
 
For Employers:
 
Supporting employers with specialist hard to fill vacancies including language skills is a key objective of EURES Ireland to help attract and retain multinational companies based in Ireland particularly in the Technology and Business Services sectors.  The EU labour market is a single market and all vacancies in every Member State are available to all citizens in every Member State. There is a legal obligation on the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection to make every European vacancy available to Irish citizens. In the same way every Irish vacancy is available on an equal basis to every European citizen.

Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection
Press Office Contact Details
E: press.office@welfare.ie
T: 01 704 3082
Twitter: @welfare_ie
 
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PHOTO CAPTION:
 
Pictured at the Crossborder Jobs and Careers Fair Launch are (L-R) Gabriel Reilly DEASP, Pat Farrell Employment Support Services Manager DEASP Cavan, Micky Graham Cavan GAA Senior football team manager, Ben Norton Cinnte Technologies, Mary Mullen Dept for Communities Northern Ireland, Paul Henry General Manager Hotel Kilmore, Catriona Gallagher CG Power Sytems, Gerry Brady Chairman Cavan GAA County Board, Carmel Denning Area Manager DEASP Cavan.
Last modified:05/11/2019