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So what is Plogging you say? It’s the latest fitness trend taking the world by storm! The concept originated in Sweden, instead of jogging past litter, you take a bag with you and pick it up! Not only does this benefit the environment, but you’re also incorporating squats and lunges into your jog without even realizing. Who would say no to more burned calories?
Avaya Galway are delighted to be hosting one of the upcoming In-company events at AtlanTec ’16. Avaya is a global provider of business collaboration and communications solutions, providing unified communications, contact centres, networking and related services to companies of all sizes around the world. The Galway office is located in Mervue Business Park.
Avaya is holding a recruitment Open Day at their Galway campus in Mervue on Monday December 29 between 11am-4pm, and are inviting people to discover what it is like to work with an organisation developing cutting edge customer engagements solutions. Attendees will get the chance to meet with their recruiters and engineers face to face so
The Galway jobs market got a boost this week with the creation of 75 new highly skilled roles at Avaya’s Customer Engagement Centre in Galway, Ireland.
In September 2013, Avaya embarked on a new project in conjunction with ITAG (Information Technology Association Galway) Skillnet by launching a 'Job Seekers Support Programme' (JSSP). This programme was aimed solely at unemployed people and to provide them with skills which are in demand by the ICT industry.
Moate native, Rob Finnerty, a final year student in Electrical and Electronic Engineering at NUI Galway has been awarded the Avaya Prize for the best final year project in Electrical and Electronic Engineering in the College of Engineering at NUI Galway.
A final year student in electrical and electronic engineering has been awarded the Avaya Prize for the best final year project in the College of Engineering at NUI Galway.
Galway received a significant employment boost on Tuesday when Avaya announced it is creating 75 new positions at their offices in Mervue Business Park. The jobs are part of the company’s new Customer Experience Centre, which opened with a special ribbon cutting ceremony by Michael Bayer, president of Avaya’s field operations in Europe, Middle East and Africa, and Barry O’Leary, CEO of the Industrial Development Authority Ireland.