Joe Lowe (Head of LEO, Leitrim), Sarah Duffy (USEFE Co-Ordinator), Michael Nevin (Head of LEO, Longford), Marcella Rudden (Head of LEO, Cavan), Lar Power & Darragh Heavey
The Local Enterprise Offices of Longford, Cavan, and Leitrim, in association with the Upper Shannon Erne Future Economy Project (USEFE) will host a Virtual Jobs Fair on Wednesday, February 23.
The online event will bring together leading companies from across Longford, Cavan, and Leitrim with local talent.
Over 20 companies from the region will take part on the day, from sectors including Medtech, Hospitality, Social Care, Manufacturing, Engineering, Pharmaceutical, Horticultural and Quantity Surveying.
Over 200 roles will be available, with positions ranging from entry level to managerial positions.
According to Michael Nevin, Head of Enterprise with Longford County Council, the event is the first of its kind in the region and will allow people from anywhere in Ireland or abroad to seamlessly meet employers from this region to discuss potential job opportunities.
He added that some of the region’s largest employers will be available to meet potential recruits on the day and it is a great opportunity for anyone interested in working in or moving to the region to look at employment options.
The online event takes place from 10am – 3pm on February 23 and is free to register and take part.
The virtual platform will simulate a live jobs fair, where jobseekers can meet with the employers, explore available roles, & apply directly for the positions through the platform on the day.
How to register for the jobs fair
Jobseekers can register for the event anytime at www.usefejobsfair.ie
They can upload their CV, book an appointment with one or more preferred employers and meet them at the event on February 23.
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