Language Recruitment Fair

Looking for a job using your language skills?

Gresham Hotel, O’Connell Street, Dublin 1
Friday, 4th April 2008: 10.00 – 17.00
Saturday, 5th April 2008: 10.00 – 17:00

Then come and join us at the Language Recruitment Fair in Dublin, the largest and most exciting exhibition of its kind dedicated to language recruitment.

If you are a bilingual or multi-lingual speaker and you are interested in finding a great job that meets your skills this is a “must see” event!!

Why you should not miss the Language Recruitment Fair…
The fair showcases many national & international companies and organisations that are interested in recruiting people with language skills.
You will be able to meet many employers under one roof, saving you time and energy when looking for your new job!
You will be able to talk to leading employers Face-to-Face and discuss a wide range of employment opportunities in Ireland
Companies will be conducting interviews hoping to hire staff at the event
Bring your CV! so you can be interviewed and even get a job before you leave the fair
Recruitment professionals will be on hand to give you free advice about your CV and all other aspects to help you find your perfect job.

The Language Recruitment Fair will target candidates seeking multi-lingual positions in Customer Service, Shared Service & Finance, IT, Sales, Marketing and Translation attracting leading international companies over the two days.

Companies exhibiting include:
Canada Life

Opening times for the fair: Fri. 4th April: 10.00 – 17.00
Sat. 5th April: 10.00 – 17:00

Jobs Recruitment

Celtic Tiger or Shortage of Workforce in Ireland?

788 Employers are currently recruiting on Irish Jobs web site. Quit a few of them have a long list of jobs as well. From the employers list of 788 companies the majority has a few or more jobs advertised. The calculation shows quite simple that thousands of jobs are available in Ireland today.

Is it a Celtic Tiger all over again? It certainly does not feel so, with even the property prices ‘frozen’ for more than a year now. The unemployment rate is as low as it can be, so if there are thousands of vacancies in Ireland today it is clearly the serious shortage of workers currently in the country. How will that impact the Irish economy? Would we benefit from the increase of the import of “Brain Power”?