10th July 2018

Navigate a career in urban design

Budding architects and town planners are being offered the chance of a free place on a programme designed for those thinking about a creative career in the built environment. Open to anyone aged 14-18, the week-long Urban Design Academy is an annual scheme organised by local charity PLACE (Planning, Landscape, Architecture, Community, Environment). Supported by...

10th July 2018

200 new jobs created by Belfast IT company

200 jobs are to be created over four years by a Belfast IT firm in a software engineering hub in Co Westmeath. Neueda Technologies makes software products for clients including government and utilities. Software development for global telecoms and financial services will be carried out in its new offices on Athlone’s Dublin Road. The firm...

9th July 2018

Good weather boosts the Northern Ireland economy

The latest purchasing managers index (PMI) survey from Ulster Bank indicates businesses in Northern Ireland are reaping the rewards of the recent heatwave. Following the hottest June in 170 years, the PMI survey signalled that the private sector ended the second quarter of 2018 on a positive note, observing sharper rises in output and new...

9th July 2018

Graduated – what next?

As most final year students are getting ready to wave goodbye to university, having finished final exams and submitted dissertations, thoughts turn to the next step. Should they shun responsibility for another year and go travelling? Or is it best to knuckle down and take that first step on the career ladder? Con Lam from...

6th July 2018

Chance to bag a degree with Lidl Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland’s fastest growing retailer, Lidl, has 40 places up for grabs on its all new management degree programme. The programme will provide retail and logistics managers who are hungry to build their career, the opportunity to attain an Ulster University degree all while receiving on-the-job experience and a full salary. Lidl is seeking retail...

6th July 2018

£7.3m whiskey distillery and visitors centre given green light

A Newry whiskey distillery and visitors centre with the potential to create 50 jobs has been given the green light by Newry, Mourne and Down District Council. Planning permission was granted for the £7.3m development to revive the defunct Matt D’Arcy & Company on the Monaghan Street site. The founder of car accident firm Crash...

10th January 2018

The Brand New nijobfinder – 5 Things You Need to Know!

The brand-new nijobfinder website is here. There are several new features that we think you’ll need to know about. Not only that, but they’ll make your job hunt even easier than before. Mobile Responsive We’ve listened to your feedback and have made our new site fully responsive. This means that whether you’re on desktop, tablet...

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