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NUI Galway offers free places on top software programme

NUI Galway, in collaboration with 19 software industry partners, is offering a limited number of free places on its Higher Diploma in Software Design and Development Programme – Industry Stream. This programme was recently awarded the accolade of being Postgraduate Programme of the Year in Information Technology by Grad Ireland.

Statement of interest can be a trump card

Q: Yesterday I attended for interview for a marketing role and felt I did well. I’m a new graduate and it was my first job interview. This morning, I got an email from the employer thanking me for coming along. She asked me to email her back confirming that I am still interested in the position. I am definitely interested, but found this to be an unusual question. Surely the fact that I turned up for the interview shows that I am interested. How should I reply? (LD, email).

Ericsson to create new jobs in Athlone

 

Jobs boost as SAP to increase Galway roles

There was great news on the job front in Galway this week with German Technology group SAP announcing t is to create 200 technology roles at its bases in Galway and Dublin by the end of the year.

Galway companies develops students’ commitment to completing Leaving Cert

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Employees in some of Galway’s top companies recently welcomed fifth year students from local schools into their premises to give them a chance to see what it is really like to work there, as part of the Schools Business Partnership (SBP) which facilitates partnerships between schools and local businesses.

World’s first computer chess unit to appear at NUIG digital games event

The world’s first computer chess unit will make an appearance at NUI Galway’s Coding Computer Games – Past, Present & the Future event on Saturday March 2.

Cloud computing company creates eighty new jobs for Galway

The jobs front in Galway was given a much needed boost earlier this week when it was announced that cloud computing company SourceDogg.com is to create 80 jobs.

Local recruitment company reports strong job growth in first half of 2011

Data released this week by the Galway-based Collins McNicholas Recruitment and HR Services Group, one of Ireland’s leading recruitment firms, has revealed significant job growth in the first half of 2011 with the number of job vacancies registered with Collins McNicholas in 2011, 58 per cent higher than it was in the first half of 2010.

 

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