Irish HomeCare, the independent, Irish, family-run home care providers are currently recruiting for care assistants across the county. The company has positions available for carers in the Athlone, Moate, Tyrellspass, Rocksfordbridge, Milltownpass, Kinnegad, Castletowngeoghan, Streamstown, Delven, Clonmellon, and Rathowen areas.
Sally Murtagh, founder and managing director Irish HomeCare, said, “A career in care is enriching, rewarding and challenging; enabling people to live independent, full and dignified lives. Both experienced carers and people interested in beginning a career in care are very welcome to submit their CV. We offer competitive rates, flexible hours, training and up-skilling opportunities and we have immediate work available for those with current Garda clearance.”
The success of the Midlands Think Tank, which was the brainchild of, and driven by, the directors and staff of Midas Technologies, shows us what can be achieved, and the opportunities that lie ahead, for the small business sector, that is according to local TD, Willie Penrose.
“We must continue to focus upon the sector, and encourage and foster an environment, both at governmental and local authority level, to assist such businesses to emerge from the difficult economic environment, and to get on the growth path again,” he said.
The Midlands could become a hub for business if technology take-up is maximised, participants at the Meeting in the Middle event last Thursday and Friday were told.
Organised by Midas Technologies, the Meeting in the Middle event in the Mullingar Park Hotel was attended by over 300 participants who heard essential expert advice on accessing credit, handling bank rejection, and preparing for the Single European Payments Area (SEPA) in 2014.