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27th August 2019

How to get hired

We’ve put together some tips on how to get hired. So, whether you’re searching for a job or preparing for that all important interview, take a look at the below tips on how to get hired. Practice and prepare Think through the typical questions interviewers ask. Think of examples that highlight your abilities and tasks...

17th August 2019

How to deal with exam results

If you haven’t got the exam grades you were hoping for all is not lost. It may mean reconsidering your chosen course or university but there is advice out there to help you. Think about what went wrong If it goes pear-shaped, take a bit of time to reflect upon why. Were A-levels the right...

6th August 2019

Vote for nijobfinder at the 2019 NORAs

About the National Online Recruitment Awards (NORAs) The NORAs recognise the very best in the UK online recruitment space – voted for by job seekers themselves. They acknowledge and reward excellence in online recruitment practice and offer recognition for key players within the UK recruitment industry. The awards cover a wide range of sectors, including...

21st July 2019

How to handle workplace stress

Do you dread the thought of Monday morning and the workload it brings? Most people at one stage or another will suffer from stress in the workplace but there are practical ways to manage it and even positive ways to make it work for you. Here are a few tips on how to handle workplace...

10th May 2019

Start your job search with Nijobfinder

Nijobfinder is packed full of career potential. From job vacancies, to advice, news and inspiration, your career search starts here. Money & Debt Advisors, Regional Managers and Food Manufacturing Auditors are just a few of the many and varied roles available. Hinch Distillery in County Down is searching for a Whiskey & Gin Distiller. The...

3rd May 2019

How to Develop Transferable Skills

In today’s job market, it is likely that you will experience different roles and working environments throughout your lifetime. To reach your full potential it pays to be flexible and adaptable, especially if you’re looking at a change in career. A good way to start is by recognising your transferable skills, nidirect has the following...

9th April 2019

How to create a professional CV

A CV is your chance to show an employer you have the skills and experience needed for a role. However, the way you present your CV can have a huge impact on whether your CV is even read, let alone gets you an interview. DO Construct your CV with your prospective employer in mind. Look...

18th December 2018

Investment will allow sports tech firm to create 15 roles

A Belfast sports tech firm founded by former Ulster Rugby player Andrew Trimble hopes to create 15 new jobs. Kairos, set up by Mr Trimble and Gareth Quinn, enables professional sports clubs to plan and communicate with players more efficiently. Kairos said it worked with sports clubs including Manchester City and Ospreys rugby/hockey to build...

18th December 2018

Healthy fast-food chain Freshly Chopped opens in Belfast

Freshly Chopped, the chain owned by food service giant Mount Charles, has opened its flagship store in Belfast. Located in Donegall Square West, the new store opening follows on from the launch of their outlet at Ulster University‘s Belfast Campus in October. Freshly Chopped has pledged to open six stores across Northern Ireland over the...

12th December 2018

Northern Ireland Jobs: 10 jobs in the charity and voluntary sector on nijobfinder

10 jobs in the charity and voluntary sector in Northern Ireland. Community Group Executive- Action Cancer, Belfast The role holder will be responsible for maintaining and managing a network of volunteer fundraising support groups throughout NI, managing income expectations and targets and reporting regularly on the overall performance of each group. Applicants should possess a...

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