- 26/10/2016 - 27/10/2016
- 26/10/2016 - 27/10/2016
- 28/10/2016 - 28/10/2016
Recruitment partnership draws Italian nurses to Irish nursing homes
Ireland is always eager to attract competent staff for its 400-plus nursing homes, especially in more rural areas. Since March 2016, a joint project between EURES Ireland and EURES Italy has helped them to recruit eight highly qualified Italian nurses, with further job offers pending.
Invest in your future with a paid internship and training in Germany
Eleven young people from Slovakia and Spain decamped to eastern Germany this summer, to learn just what it means to be a carer for the elderly. With support from MobiPro-EU (The Job of My Life) and EURES, they get a month’s internship in their chosen field whilst learning German for free.
Shaping the European Pillar of Social Rights – get involved in the debate
Are our social rights fit for the 21st century? Can we improve how we target our social support to the unemployed? These are just a couple of the questions being raised during a period of debate launched by the European Commission, which runs until the end of the year.
Not on a graduate scheme? Don’t despair – there are other great ways to get on your career ladder
Graduate schemes are offered by some companies to attract recent graduates from university. They can offer a fast track into many industries. But if you had your heart set on getting onto one and now find you haven’t been offered a place, don’t worry. There are other good ways to crack the careers nut.
Dynamic video highlights jobseekers’ international options
Eager to expand your horizons, gain new skills or boost your career with an international mobility project? If you’re aged 18 to 30, check out the fun new video from Actiris International, the international placement service of the Brussels Public Employment Service, Actiris.
Nursing Homes Ireland welcomes help from EURES to find the staff their members need
There is currently a shortage of qualified nurses in Ireland both in the public and private sector. Results of a survey of 118 members from Nursing Homes Ireland (private residential nursing homes only) carried out in January 2016, indicated there were 300 vacancies.
Clever targeting of job offers to social media groups helps people who want to return to their home country
While EURES often helps people to find staff and vacancies abroad, it can also help people relocate back to their own country by bringing good job opportunities to their attention.
Latest recruitment challenge for one Spanish EURES Adviser – bio scientists for Danish company
While Spanish EURES Adviser Manuel Zazo Cardeñosa knows how to help spot a good cow-milker, he can also turn his hand to identifying which applicants to invite to meet the representatives of Denmark’s largest healthcare companies Novo Nordisk. Whatever the recruitment requirements of the companies who consult EURES, the advisers will do their best to meet their needs.
Young Italian explores Europe and beyond through range of EU programmes
To Finland as part of Erasmus, back again under the European Voluntary Service and then on to Cambridge, UK, through the Leonardo Da Vinci programme. Now Italian Danilo Bisbano has benefitted from the help EURES can offer and is working for Disney at the Epcot Theme Park in Orlando.
An exciting time – recent graduates and school leavers setting out to build their careers
School’s out and, for many, so is university or college. If you are one of the young people leaving fulltime education, the world is stretched out before you. So what are some young Europeans thinking about their options and hopes?
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