Work Placement Opportunities

 

Now available for

Graduates with Disabilities/Specific Learning Difficulties

If you are a graduate with a disability/specific learning difficulty seeking valuable work experience, the AHEAD WAM Programme, which offers a six month, paid, mentored work placement may be the opportunity you have been waiting for.

Applications are now being sought for a wide variety of positions across the Civil Service.  

Please see the application form for a full list of roles available. The application form and further information are available from our website at www.ahead.ie/employment_wamprogramme_currentopportunities.php

Candidates interested in applying will need to complete a WAM application form and return it along with an up-to-date CV to wam@ahead.ie.

For queries, please contact WAM directly by email at wam@ahead.ie or by telephone on 01 278 9325.

The Closing Date for Applications is 5pm, Friday 24th February 2012  

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The AHEAD WAM Programme 2012

 

Are you interested in a paid, mentored work placement?

Are you a final year student or graduate with a disability?

Then register today for the AHEAD WAM Programme.

To register, please follow these steps:

  1. Go to www.surveymonkey.com/s/WAM2012 & provide the required information;
  2. You will then receive notifications of WAM work placement opportunities, as they arise, via email.

 

 

 

 Do you have a disability or health issue?

     Are you ready for work?

EmployAbility Service is a free, confidential service, supported by FAS.

We provide a service to individuals with a disability / health issue / acquired injury / mental health difficulty, to gain and sustain paid mainstream employment.

The EmployAbility Jobseeking Fair 2011 is aimed at providing job seekers (both graduates and non-graduates) with professional advice and information on all aspects of sourcing and securing suitable employment.

Venue:        Wood Quay Venue. At rear of Dublin City Council Civic Offices, Dublin 8

Date:          Thursday 22nd September 2011

Time:          10am – 2pm

Speakers and Information Stands Providing:

  • Practical advice on job seeking
  • Talks from employers giving information, CV advice and tips on looking and applying for jobs
  • Information from Social Welfare; FAS; Citizens Information; VolunteeringIrelandand the Irish National Organisation for the Unemployed
  • An opportunity to meet with job coaches for one to one advice and information on accessing the service

Our goal is to work side by side with you to help you on your journey towards suitable employment.

 

To book a place at the seminars CV & Interview Preparation and  Social Welfare Entitlements & Return to Employment, please email info@employability.ie or call 01 460 3081

Alternately, please feel free to drop by for general information & advice throughout the day 10am – 2pm.

 

 

Work Placement Opportunities for Graduates with Disabilities/Specific Learning Difficulties

If you are a graduate with a disability/specific learning difficulty seeking valuable work experience, the AHEAD WAM (Willing Able Mentoring) Programme, which offers a six month, paid, mentored work placement, may be the opportunity you have been waiting for.

Applications are currently being sought for the following roles available with IBM Ireland, based in Dublin.

 

  1. Software Development Engineer
  2. Software Test Engineer
  3. Software Technical Support Engineer

Candidates interested in making an application will need to complete a WAM Application form and return it along with an up-to-date CV to AHEAD.

Application forms and further information are available from our website at http://www.ahead.ie/employment_wamprogramme_currentopportunities.php

 

 The Closing Date for receipt of applications is 5pm, Friday 19th August 2011.   

 Alternatively you can contact WAM directly by email: wam@ahead.ie or Tel. 01-2789325.

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