Telekom Romania organizes ”HAI #JOBLIBERARE” Career Fair on May 17 2018 during which it will present the vacancies within the group of companies. Telekom Romania welcomes students and young graduates eager to start a career in the group companies with over 150 job offers available in several departments: financial, technical, network development and maintenance, business analysis, marketing, sales, operational services, retail network, call center. The company offers employment opportunities for specialists with training in various fields from Programmer Analyst, Engineer, IT System Engineer, Financial Analyst, Business Analyst, and Product Manager to Sales Representative and Call Center Operator etc. ”The event addresses young people who want to build a career in the field of telecommunications, a very dynamic field, full of challenges, but also of many opportunities. In addition, being part of the Telekom team brings real-life career opportunities, professional … [Read more...] about Telekom Romania organizes a career fair on May 17
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0 Comments Gerry Adams sold defeat as victory in a career based on illusion... he’s no nearer to achieving a united Ireland than he was at the start of his journey BelfastTelegraph.co.uk In the hard, brutal world of Irish republicanism, careers are often short-lived. Of the six senior IRA figures who met Secretary of State Willie Whitelaw for secret talks in London in 1972, four are dead. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/gerry-adams-sold-defeat-as-victory-in-a-career-based-on-illusion-hes-no-nearer-to-achieving-a-united-ireland-than-he-was-at-the-start-of-his-journey-36584301.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/article36584296.ece/cfd82/AUTOCROP/h342/2018-02-09_new_38394425_I2.JPG Email In the hard, brutal world of Irish republicanism, careers are often short-lived. Of the six senior IRA figures who met Secretary of State Willie Whitelaw for secret talks in London in 1972, four are dead. While Martin McGuinness is a … [Read more...] about Gerry Adams sold defeat as victory in a career based on illusion… he’s no nearer to achieving a united Ireland than he was at the start of his journey
There’s more to childcare than just building sandcastles, making dens, or doing some glitter painting… Early learning professionals are responsible for giving Scotland’s children the best start in life using ideas and activities that help their little personalities grow. Jake Stefanovic (21) is an early years support worker. He grew up surrounded by children in a nursery that his parents owned, and once he was old enough he helped out when he could. The only male member of staff at the time, Keith, became a role model for Jake and ultimately was an inspiration for him to take up a career in early learning and childcare. Jake said: “The best thing about the job is the children; you get to build relationships, see them develop and grow, and you can make a real difference. “What surprised me is the knowledge base you need to do the job well. It is a highly skilled job and you have to know about child development from a theoretical perspective and how this … [Read more...] about Shape our children’s worlds with a career in early learning and childcare
0 Have your say More people than ever are looking to start their own business, including more than 200,000 Scots, according to a new survey. The poll of 1,000 workers, carried out by Edinburgh-based cloud accounting software provider FreeAgent, found that 9 per cent plan to go it alone within the next year.Meanwhile, 28 per cent said they would like to start their own business at some point, but don’t yet have any concrete plans to do so.The survey found that the top three reasons for wanting to become self-employed were better work/life balance, a desire to work fewer hours and the belief that you can earn more money as your own boss.The top three concerns around setting up a business were the financial costs involved, managing company finances and complying with business regulations.Marginally more women than men plan to set up their own business in 2018, with 52 per cent of women dreaming of becoming their own boss in comparison to 46 per cent of their male … [Read more...] about Record number of Scots want to start a business
If one of your New Year's resolutions was to dust off your resume and start the ball rolling on a return-to-work after an extended career break, there are a few important steps you need to take first. Know Your Value founder and Morning Joe co-host Mika Brzezinski recently sat down with iRelaunch co-founder and CEO Carol Fishman Cohen to talk about return-to-work strategies, including identifying your next career, developing confidence and the importance of getting yourself up to date. Carol spearheaded the return-to-work movement, which she named "relaunching," to help professional women who have taken a career break but want to dive back in. As a relauncher who took an 11-year career break from investment banking, she told Mika that she knows firsthand what it's like to feel "completely [and] professionally disconnected." Her company, iRelaunch, which she co-founded in 2007, now works directly with Fortune 100 companies from IBM to Morgan Stanley to help people create their own … [Read more...] about Is a career comeback your New Year’s resolution? Read this.