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Dublin: 16.09.2014 08.27AM
Jobs Expo 2012 will be tempting job seekers in Dublin this Friday and Saturday with thousands of job openings from employers in Ireland and Canada.
The free-to-attend employment and recruitment fair taking place in The Hogan Suite at Croke Park on 28-29 September from 11am-5pm will feature career opportunities from Intel Ireland, which is in need of engineers: process engineers, product development engineers, test engineers, software engineers, hardware engineers, silicon design and development engineers, and IT and integration engineers.
Intel also has work opportunities for interns and graduates, based at its Leixlip, Co Kildare, and Shannon, Co Clare, locations.
Specialist engineers jobs are also available at Johnson & Johnson, which is also looking to fill managerial roles. The company has manufacturing plants in Cork and Limerick.
There are also job opportunities in Northern Ireland. Microfocus will be recruiting for its Belfast office. The software company has some multilingual roles available and include business representatives, sales representatives, java software developers and team leaders, product marketing managers, and product support engineers.
Further afield, career opportunities exist in Canadian companies for supervisors, various tradespeople, and construction workers.
Jobs Expo 2012 will also include an Education Village and Career Clinic.