SECAD Partnership’s Employment Fair will bring together employers and job candidates under one roof!

When and where?
SECAD Partnership’s Employment Fair will take place on:

When: Thursday 20th September, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Where:  Midleton Park Hotel, Old Cork Rd, Glebe, Midleton, Co. Cork

What to bring?

Bring with you several copies of your CV, education and professional qualifications. Serisource Healthcare will also have application packs available on the day!

Why attend?

At the SECAD Partnership’s Employment Fair, jobseekers can meet prospective employers, learn about upcoming jobs vacancies and make job applications.

SECAD will also have a CV and cover letter clinic on the day to provide practical advice to help you improve your job applications

This event is FREE both to employers and members of the public seeking employment or career change.

What are Servisource Healthcare looking for?

Healthcare Assistants in Cork!!

If you have completed a relevant FETAC Level 5 qualification – we want to talk to you!

As a Healthcare Assistant working with Servisource Healthcare, you can work in a range of facilities including hospitals, nursing homes and intellectual disability facilities.

If you join us as a Healthcare Assistant in Cork; you’ll have the following job benefits to look forward to:

  • Excellent rates of pay and accrued holiday days.
  • A weekly wage.
  • Your work-life balance is important to us; with full and part-time options available, as well as flexible working days.
  • Servisource provides its Healthcare Assistants with full training such as Safeguarding Vulnerable People, among others.
  • Working as a Healthcare Assistant in Cork with Servisource is a fantastic opportunity to work as part of an enthusiastic & caring team that’s making a difference in a person’s life.

Click here to view all open roles in Healthcare

 This event is delivered through the Social Inlcusion Community Activation Programme 2014-2020

The Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme (SICAP) 2018-2022 is funded by the Irish Government through the Department of Rural and Community Development and co-funded by the European Social Fund under the Programme for Employability, Inclusion and Learning (PEIL) 2014-2020

 

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