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Who’s who at Jobs Expo Belfast? Meet the exhibitors

Jobs Expo Belfast is nearly here! Remember, entrance is free and takes place at the Europa Hotel from 11am until 4pm this Saturday. The Jobs Expo team will be there along with professional development experts at the Career Clinic, industry insiders at the Seminar Zone, and most importantly,  a great variety of exhibitors actively recruiting at the event. Read more

Eishtec

What’s it like to work for Eishtec?

Eishtec are innovative providers of business process outsourcing. From their bases in Ireland and the UK, the company delivers results by focusing on their people, processes and performance. The company will be recruiting at Jobs Expo in Belfast. But what’s it like to work there? We spoke to Eithne Knox, Eishtec’s Human Resources and Training Manager to find out more. Read more

healthcare

Looking for healthcare jobs? Meet Lydian Care at Jobs Expo

Calling all nurses and healthcare staff! Lydian Care will be recruiting at Jobs Expo at the Europa Hotel on 17 September.

Lydian Care is an award winning care agency, and one of Northern Ireland’s fastest growing care agencies.

Lydian Care provides healthcare staff and home care services.  They are a leading provider of domiciliary care and provide home care services in the South Eastern and Southern Trust. Read more

TeleTech

TeleTech joins Jobs Expo

TeleTech are customer relations experts with more than thirty years of experience. Their guiding principle is that customer relationships which are built on trust and simplicity deliver lasting value for everyone. In other words, happy customers equal happy companies. Read more

Santander

Santander recruiting at Jobs Expo

We are delighted to announce that Santander will be exhibiting at Jobs Expo Belfast on 17 September at the Europa Hotel.

Santander was founded in 1856 and aims to be the best retail and commercial bank in the world. The group’s corporate motto is “simple, personal and fair.” This defines how the bank conducts business, interacts with their customers, shareholders and society. Santander offers an open-door service to their customers, providing simple, easy to understand and uncomplicated products. Read more

Aspira

Aspira recruiting at Jobs Expo

We are very pleased to announce that Aspira will be joining Jobs Expo Belfast on 17 September at the Europa Hotel.

Aspira is an Irish company with international impact. From their offices in Dublin and Cork, they offer consultancy and IT services. Their clients include AIB, Coillte, DePuy Synths, EirGrid, ESB and Electric Ireland and Laya Healthcare. Read more

Amadeus

Award winning Amadeus joins Jobs Expo

We are delighted to announce that Amadeus will be recruiting at Jobs Expo Belfast.

Amadeus are a multi-award winning catering firm. They specialise in private, event and corporate dining. With a team of 676 staff members including 15 innovation specialists and over 135 chefs, the company caters to around 4 million people every year. Amadeus is committed to excellence and they have won an impressive 640 culinary and catering awards over their nearly 40 year history. Read more

Pramerica

Meet Pramerica at Jobs Expo this September

Jobs Expo is delighted to announce that Pramerica will be joining us for our Belfast event on 17 September at the Europa Hotel.

Pramerica is a business and technology operations subsidiary of US-based Prudential Financial Inc., a global financial services leader. Prudential Financial Inc. had more than $1.1 trillion of assets under management as of March 31, 2014 and operates in the United States, Asia, Europe and Latin America. Read more

Brexit

Brexit: threats and opportunities for the Republic and Northern Ireland

The UK’s shock Brexit result has created economic and political turmoil in Britain, with ramifications around the world. As it became clear that a slim majority of the British electorate had chosen to leave the EU, the value of the pound plummeted. David Cameron stepped down, and it wasn’t long before the knives were out for Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn, who lost a vote of no confidence motion from the Parliamentary Labour Party. Read more