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 Sinead O'Hara from Civil and Public Service Jobs to give some advice for people considering this job:

 

Sinead O'Hara

Higher Executive Officer

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  Sinead O'Hara

First, I would say that the person should give some thought to what Department they may be assigned to. If, for example, one has a particular interest in environmental issues, then obviously this Department is ideal for them.

The Departments in the Civil Service cover so many aspects of life, and economic and social activity that I think there is choice for everyone. I would also encourage people to think about why they are considering the job - do they see long-term career prospects in it, or maybe they see it as a means to make a contribution.

At the end of the day, service to the public is what a career in the Civil Service is about.

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175 New Jobs for Galway with Chanelle Group

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175 New Jobs for Galway with Chanelle Group


Thursday, February 11, 2016 




175 New Jobs for Galway with Chanelle Group

Chanelle Group, the largest Irish-owned manufacturer of pharmaceuticals, will create 175 jobs in a major expansion of its operations. 

Chanelle, which already employs 375 people, is making a €70 million investment that will double its production capacity and add to its research and development capabilities, as it looks to break into the US market for generic drugs.

Construction of the new plant in Loughrea will begin in March with an expected finish date of January 2017. 

Chanelle, founded by local vet Michael Burke in the early 1980s, specialises in the development, production, marketing and distribution of generic animal pharmaceutical products.

For more information on careers at Chanelle Group click here

Source: irishtimes.com

The CareersPortal Team