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Liam Doyle

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Failte Ireland

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25 New Jobs for Donabate with Maxol

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25 New Jobs for Donabate with Maxol

Thursday, September 03, 2015 

25 New Jobs for Donabate with Maxol

Maxol has announced a €2m redevelopment in its Hearse Rd, Donabate site that will create 25 new full and part-time jobs for the area.

Recruitment will be for a variety of positions including:

  • Retail Supervisors
  • Shop Sales Assistants
  • Deli Sales Positions

Brian Donaldson, Group General Manager, The Maxol Group said: “We are also looking for a licensee to operate the new station complex, which is an exciting opportunity for someone who is eager to start their own business.”

Weslin Construction has been appointed contractor and site works are due to commence shortly with the new station is expected to open in early 2016.

Over the last 18 months, Maxol has been investing heavily in Ireland as part of its expansion plans. The development will incorporate Maxol’s latest two-storey building design and according to the company will have a particular focus on quality food service.

The station will have the latest Maxol Mace convenience store, a new ‘Moreish’ fresh food cafe, off licence, in-store toilets, seating and WiFi areas along with state-of-the-art car wash facilities.

For more information on Maxol including contact details click here.

Source: Press Release

The CareersPortal Team