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Job opportunities at SECAD employment fair

Thursday, 12th September, 2019 8:40am

John Barry

The South and East Cork Area Development (SECAD) Employment Fair 2019 will showcase employment openings in county Cork this September.

Building on the success of its 2018 employment event, SECAD Partnership is set to return with the SECAD Partnership Employment Fair 2019. Bringing together a diverse range of employers in Cork county, the employment event will take place on Thursday 26 September at My Place Youth and Community Centre, Mill Road, Midleton.

With job opportunities in a diverse range of sectors including information technology, manufacturing, construction, hospitality and tourism, healthcare, food, retail, customer service, farm services there are roles for many levels of experience and qualifications.

There will be 20 participating organisations at the employment fair including Aspira Consulting and IT Solutions, GAC-Subcon, PE Global, Bluebird Care, Oaklodge Nursing Home, Cork Association for Autism, Caremark, The Range, The Cliff House Hotel, Midleton Park Hotel, Ward Personnel, Noel Group, Ryan’s Supervalu Glanmire, Garryvoe Hotel and FRS Farm Services.

Full time and part time job opportunities to be showcased at the SECAD Employment Fair range from technology roles, a diverse range of hospitality positions, healthcare assistant roles, retail sales, as well as an array of construction and manufacturing positions.

The SECAD Employment Fair will take place on Thursday 26 September in the My Place Youth and Community Centre, Mill Road, Midleton from 10am to 2pm.

The event is free of charge to job hunters. All are welcome and registration is strongly advised.

To register, contact SECAD Partnership at 021-4613432 or email info@secad.ie.

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