Searching for some fresh inspiration in your job hunt? Well, look no further!
Right across the country, we’ve found job fairs and recruitment events available anywhere you can think of – where you’ll discover career opportunities being advertised in every sector imaginable! Read on and get ready to pencil some key dates into your calendar.
Security Recruitment Event
Recruitment Open Day for Mental Health Nurses
WHEN: Saturday, 30th July 2022
WHERE: The Tower Hotel & Leisure Centre, Waterford
WHY YOU SHOULD GO: If you are a Mental Health Nurse looking for a new venture, plenty of doors will be opened for you by attending this event in Waterford, where new recruits will be sought by Dublin’s Saint John of God’s Hospital. On the day, you’ll get a chance to hear about the many openings across diverse clinical settings, meet some of the hospital’s nursing team, and hear about the opportunities for career development there. You can also avail of an interview on the day so don’t forget to bring a copy of your CV!
Order of Malta Open Evening
WHEN: Wednesday, 7th September 2022
WHERE: Ballygall Community Hall, D11
WHY YOU SHOULD GO: The Order of Malta unit in Ballygall are seeking new recruits for their Ambulance Corps team! To find out more about what the role involves, and whether you may be a good fit, head along to this event in September. You’ll also get to chat with the crew of generous, dedicated people who work at Order of Malta, a well-established voluntary ambulance and first aid organisation.
The Volunteer Expo
WHEN: Tuesday, 27th September 2022
WHERE: Sport Ireland National Indoor Arena, Dublin
WHY YOU SHOULD GO: If you’re looking for more opportunities similar to the Order of Malta’s vacancies, this event all about volunteering options is perfect for you! The day will introduce you to many charities crying out for more hands on deck. Volunteering is a fantastic way to pick up new skills and gain experience that will look hugely impressive on your CV. This event is definitely something you should consider if you’re hoping to make yourself stand out to employers in the future.
DSPCA Work Placement
WHEN: Multiple dates
WHERE: DSPCA, Mount Venus Rd, Rathfarnham
WHY YOU SHOULD GO: The Dublin Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals have now released their available dates for students to apply for work experience with them. Leaving Cert Applied students and third level students are invited to express their interest in booking a one week block of work at the Rathfarnham centre, where they will be getting hands-on with the animals there and gaining invaluable experience.