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Australian Recruitment Drive to entice Professionals home

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Australian Recruitment Drive to entice Professionals home

Tuesday, September 08, 2015 

Australian Recruitment Drive to entice Professionals home

Recruitment consultancy firm Robert Walters is heading down-under in an effort to fill the current skills gap here.

The jobs market in Ireland remains one of the most active in Europe. Due to high demand for skilled candidates in certain sectors, Robert Walters Ireland is conducting a recruitment drive in Australia to entice Irish professionals to return home.

The road show will commence in Sydney on September 28th for one week and travel to Melbourne on October 5th targeting candidates seeking employment primarily in:

  • Accounting
  • Banking
  • Compliance
  • HR
  • Insurance
  • IT
  • Legal
  • Sales & marketing and
  • Secretarial and business support roles

Gemma Allen, Director at Robert Walters Ireland, said: “There are several sectors in the Irish economy experiencing severe candidate shortages and as a result we are looking to entice qualified professionals back home and highlight the numerous opportunities which exist in the Irish market at present.”

Potential candidates will be interviewed and assessed with the intention of having suitable positions on offer upon arrival in Ireland.

Consultants from Robert Walters will be present to give advice on current salary trends, specific sector updates, skills shortages as well as secondary information on relocation, tax and the many social benefits of living in such a vibrant country.

Robert Walters is partnering with a number of leading companies in the Dublin market for the 2015 Australian recruitment road show including Applegreen, Bank of Ireland, HedgeServ, Kerry Group, KPMG, PwC and Unilever. The agency hopes to attract a large number of quality candidates to Ireland from this road show, and is partnering with other Robert Walters offices throughout the world to strengthen this pipeline and make the transition for these candidates as smooth and efficient as possible. 

The CareersPortal Team