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Mark Maguire

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The advice I would give is firstly talk to someone you may know that is already in the trade and ask them any questions that you may have or ask them about some of there first hand experiences.

Another good piece of advice would be to go onto YouTube and search some basic electrics, keep in mind that these are the kind of things that you will face when you go to the college phases of your apprenticeship . There are books and e-books that can be purchased to get an understanding.
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20 New Marine Economy Jobs for Galway with JFC

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20 New Marine Economy Jobs for Galway with JFC


Friday, October 16, 2015 




20 New Marine Economy Jobs for Galway with JFC

Up to 20 new jobs are being created by Galway company JFC manufacturing.

The roles are in the company's new marine division, which will make marine navigation aids including marker buoys and solar marine lanterns.

"In the region of 15 to 20 new jobs will be created in the next couple of years, people with expertise in engineering and research and development in particular.

Following several million euros of investment over the last few years in research and development of these products, we are optimistic about the opportunities in this market," managing director John Concannon said.

Details of career opportunities with JFC are available here

About JFC Marine

From experience and product knowledge gained in serving the Aquaculture market JFC expanded their marine focus to provide a portfolio of Marine Aids to Navigation product solutions. The company now offers range of polyethylene navigation buoys / Lanterns, monitoring and control systems to suit all marine applications. These products are successfully being used to mark out shipping channels, hazardous waters, aquaculture sites and a variety of other marine installations. JFC Marine also supply a range of Marine Pontoon Floats for the leisure marine sector.

Visit JFC Marine here.

Explore Ireland's Maritime, Fishing and Aquaculture Sector here for detailed information on related occupations and a wide range of career videos.

Source: independent.ie

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