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Linda Byrnes

Pensions Administrator

Bank of Ireland

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Core Media are Hiring 10 Graduates

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Core Media are Hiring 10 Graduates


Tuesday, February 17, 2015 




Core Media are Hiring 10 Graduates

Core Media has announced the launch of its first formal graduate recruitment programme.

Core is looking for 10 new graduate additions to join its growing ‘family’, including the likes of Clear Blue Water, Ignite Research, MediaVest and Starcom.


The successful candidates will join the group in September with a comprehensive induction process involving Core Knowledge, the company’s on-site state-of-the-art learning and development facility, and the graduates will then be immersed in each of the companies that make up Core Media.
 


They require that you have a 3rd level qualification and leaving cert Maths while being passionate about marketing communications and all forms of media.

The roles on offer are permanent entry level with a view to candidates developing and progressing. In addition Core Media also offer full career support and a generous and incentive benefit scheme.

They encourage CVs which ‘don’t follow the normal convention’ but let your personality shine through.

The deadline to apply is April 12th with interviews being held late May/ first week June.

For full details click here.

Learn more about The Media industry in Ireland including career related videos and interviews.

Source: businessandleadership.com

The CareersPortal Team