Careers rarely develop the way we plan them. Our career path often takes many twists and turns, with particular events, choices and people influencing our direction.

We asked Liam Dowling from St. Michael's House to give some advice for people considering this job:

 

Liam Dowling

Clinical Nurse Manager 2

St. Michael's House

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  Liam Dowling

Do your homework, ask about it - there is lots of infomation out there.  You need to be person centred, social, not afraid to mix and to have an understanding of disability or at least be prepared to learn about it. 

People with an Intellectual Disability  ARE NOT SICK , but they can get sick like everyone else and sometimes I feel people outside don't fully understand this. They don't just need Gods help. They need the help of qualified people that want to understand them so that their needs are met and they have chance to enjoy their life as much as is possible.

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Irish Jobs Market among most active in Europe

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Irish Jobs Market among most active in Europe


Wednesday, August 05, 2015 




Irish Jobs Market among most active in Europe

The jobs market in Ireland remains one of the most active in Europe according to the latest Robert Walters European Job Index. The country has seen the second largest annual rise in job advertisements (next to Spain) with a year-on-year increase of 19%.

While Dublin remained the main hub for business in Ireland, professionals in cities outside the capital were also in high demand – Click on the links below for recent jobs announcements:

Sectors like HR, IT and secretarial and support have seen strong increases in job advertising volumes when compared to the same period last year, up 32%, 15% and 31%, respectively.

There was a high demand for multilingual customer services professionals due to the volume of shared services and customer support centres in Ireland.

There was a 12% year-on-year increase in job advertisements for risk professionals, with particular demand for expertise in risk analysis and reporting. Demand for sales and marketing professionals also increased 20% year-on-year as Fast Moving Consumer Goods and financial services firms sought candidates with a solid understanding of customer insight and data research & analytics.

Recruitment activity in the legal sector also continued to rise, with a 6% year-on-year increase in job advertisements. Senior, experienced solicitors were particularly sought-after, especially those within the field of data privacy and the related regulatory issues.

Louise Campbell, Managing Director Robert Walters Ireland, said: “The recruitment market has been increasingly active over the past year and looking ahead, demand for professionals, which usually eases during the summer months is expected to continue throughout the third quarter.”

Source: Robert Walters Press Release

The CareersPortal Team