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NCI is offering a 50% scholarship for any qualified NCI student or alumni who wishes to progress onto any full-time Masters or Postgraduate Diploma programme at NCI, commencing in September 2020. How to Apply: Complete this editable application form and submit via email, full instructions are available on the form.
Application Deadline: Friday 7th August 2020
Career Conversations Podcast
NCI Careers Advisors Jennifer Kwan & Dale Ayers have started the Careers Conversations Podcast! This week they discuss recruitment from both Agency and In-House perspectives.
‘Ask The Recruiter’ Webinar—- watch the recording!
We held an ‘Ask the Recruiter’
Session with Veronika Skakalova (Dell Technologies), Aimee Walsh (Accenture Ireland) and Catherine O’Riordan (LinkedIn). The panelists gave their insights on CVs, interviewing, making applications, using LinkedIn, interviewing and effective networking. If you missed it view it now online : here!
Executive Officer Recruitment opens today 24th July.
As an Executive Officer, you can expect to have the opportunity to grow your career through a wide variety of roles and responsibilities across the Civil Service. An Executive Officer can be placed in any Government Department and may involve everything from researching and drafting proposals relating to policy issues and legislation to acting as a junior manager on key strategic projects.
You may also deal directly with the public in support of services provided to them by the Civil Service. Executive Officers are employed in all Government Departments and Offices covering a wide range of functional responsibilities. The Executive Officer role is the entry level to junior management within the Civil Service. Click here for more information!
Interested in volunteering?
Huge range of opportunities available across many sectors! Check them out here.
AHEAD Building the Future Event: 24th – 28th August.
A career event for students and graduates with disabilities or specific learning difficulties.
Talk to employers about the opportunities they have, their organisation etc.
Full week of employer drop in sessions starting 24th August with employers including Department of Foreign Affairs , Department of Rural Community Development, Office of the Revenue Commissioners, Salesforce, Bank of Ireland, ESB, Central Bank of Ireland, Beckman Coulter, Dell Technologies, NTMA, Accenture.
We continue to provide a full service to students over the summer – do contact us for assistance!
All the NCI Career Development and Employability team