Say hi to your new career with a little help from GetGot
The Irish News has entered an exciting new partnership with GetGot
SPONSORED BY GETGOT | April 9, 2020
The Irish News has entered an exciting new partnership with GetGot, Northern Ireland’s premier recruitment website which is changing the way people source and secure their dream job. GetGot features roles from some of NI’s top recruiters and best places to work across a diverse range of industries, with everything from full-time through to casual work available in one user-friendly website. Uploading new roles on a regular basis, GetGot is different. You apply direct to the employer meaning your recruitment journey is clear and simple. Built with you in mind, users can also create a profile account to track applications, set-up job preferences and of course, access previously submitted applications.
Got an industry in mind? Industry Hubs make finding your dream job easy. Including Public Sector, Charity and Voluntary, Education and Production, simply select a Hub to find employers who are currently recruiting within your chosen industry.
The Irish News will be featuring many of GetGot’s newest roles across all its platforms. Keep your eyes peeled and check out our Facebook and Twitter pages for more.
Support Worker at Inspire Wellbeing across Northern Ireland
Would you like the opportunity to be part of something really special and have a career with purpose that allows you to make a positive impact? If this strikes a chord, Inspire Wellbeing wants to hear from you.
Inspire Wellbeing works with people living with mental ill health, intellectual disability, autism and addictions to ensure they live with dignity and realise their full potential.
As a support worker, you will help people live independently, which means you will assist with all aspects of personal care and hygiene, help to keep homes clean, prepare meals and shopping, help with medication and accompany users on their healthcare appointments.
You will also ensure that they take part in a wide range of activities!
As you might expect this isn’t a 9-5 job. Applicants must be flexible and willing to work across varying shift patterns on a 24 hour basis.
You will have experience supporting an individual with household tasks and/or providing emotional support as well as an interest of course in working with people in a care environment.
Technical Services Engineer at Novosco in Belfast
Join the multi award-winning Novosco – the premier IT infrastructure and managed services provider in the UK and Ireland.
As a technical services engineer, you will act as a customer’s first point of contact – a vital role in this growing organisation.
Located in Belfast and responsible to the technical services manager, you will be expected to work independently and use your own initiative to deliver first class results.
You will evaluate customer needs, install new computers and software and troubleshoot computer problems both remotely and at customer premises.
Are you self-motivated with a flexible and enthusiastic approach alongside good problem solving and decision making skills? If so Novosco would like to hear from you.
You will also of course need a strong understanding of computers.