At least 800 jobs are on offer at a major employment fair continuing in Dublin this afternoon, according to the Department of Social Protection.
The Employment and Advice Fair, which began yesterday, continues this afternoon in Blanchardstown Shopping Centre.
“Over 800 jobs are available at the Fair from local, national and international companies including HP Ireland, Symantec Ireland, Penneys, eBay and PayPal,” said Social Protection Minister Joan Burton.
Jobs are available in areas such as catering, software development, java development, warehouse operatives, net development, hospitality, video game testing, testing leads, functional design, SAP (BW) contractors, multi-lingual sales, software development, customer support/technical support, retail sales, sales representatives, automotive operators, photography support professionals and HGV drivers.
“There is also a CV clinic as well as agencies offering advice in a variety of areas such as business start-up, taxation as well as training and education,” the Minister added.
The fair, organised by the Department in partnership with local agencies, also offers information on jobs available around Europe.