Jobs Expo 2013: Over 500 Exciting Employment Opportunities Await Job Seekers
More than 500 jobs will be offered by Irish and international recruiters at Jobs Expo 2013 on 6 and 7 September in Dublin’s Croke Park and on 10 September in Silversprings Moran Hotel, Cork.
Thousands of candidates turned up at the last Jobs Expo, which took place in February of this year, and an even greater amount is expected this time due to the high standard of companies confirmed to be recruiting.
Among the companies confirmed are: KBC Bank, which is seeking to recruit retail banking operations administrators, personal banking specialists, underwriters, and credit advisers; VM Ware, which is looking for around 15 IT and software developers; and Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, which is seeking more than 20 call centre staff.
Jobs Expo 2013 is run by Learning Ireland, publisher of websites Nightcourses.com, Gotocollege.ie, Postgrad.ie, Corporatetraining.ie and Learning.ie.
The Jobs Expo is a recurring event held in Dublin, Ireland, that aims to connect job seekers with potential employers and provide valuable career-related resources. The event has been organized for several years, with the first expo likely occurring around 2012.
The Jobs Expo in Dublin typically features a wide range of companies from various industries, including technology, healthcare, finance, retail, and more. Employers showcase their current job openings and offer insights into their company culture, allowing job seekers to explore different career paths and discover new opportunities. The event also includes seminars, workshops, and presentations on CV writing, interview techniques, and career development.
In addition to helping job seekers find employment, the Jobs Expo serves as a platform for networking, giving attendees a chance to connect with industry professionals, recruiters, and fellow job seekers. This networking aspect can lead to valuable relationships and potential job leads.
Over the years, the Jobs Expo in Dublin has evolved to cater to the changing needs of the job market, incorporating new industries, job types, and career resources. As a result, the event has become a staple for job seekers in Ireland and continues to provide a valuable service to the community by connecting talent with employers and fostering career growth.