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Ready to change career? Then look no further than right here with NIJobs.com. 1 Customer Service Manager Kainos Ulster With a positive "can do" attitude towards the technical and non-technical challenges facing Kainos and clients essenital,
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Due to company expansion and investment we have a role for the 'Yard Operative and Driver' vacancy. This job is based in our Glenavy Depot

HGV Driver

Balloo Hire
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As an HGV Driver for Balloo Hire the successful candidate will be required to load, deliver and collect hire equipment to and from customer sites in a timely and professional manner. Come join Hire Company of the Year.
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JOB vacancies in Northern Ireland were at a record high in the first quarter of this year, with builders, architects and accountants most in demand, according to a new report. But with what will be effectively full employment predicted for the next y
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THIS week’s High Flyer is Paolina Hawthorne, managing director of Diversity NI, the largest interpreting and translation service in Northern Ireland. What was your first job? It was in promotions and sales; I was hired to promote a Bulgarian ch
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Brighten up your long-term ambitions with the help of this week’s top seven vacancies, compiled by NIJobs.com. 1 Administration & Finance Assistant Environmental Products & Services Ltd Mid Down This is an excellent opportunity for an a
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THIS week’s My Kind of Job is Orla Hoy, who works at Craigavon-based Interface What’s your job? I’m the UK health, safety and environmental manager for Interface, a global manufacturer of modular flooring. I’m based in their Craigavon fac
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THIS week’s High Flyer is Noel McCrystal, principal optometrist and owner of McCrystal Opticians in Dungannon. What was your first job? My first job was working in a restaurant in Donegal when I was 16. I qualified as an Optometrist in 1993 and
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Fancy a new challenge but don't know where to start? Thankfully NIJobs.com are at hand with their pick of the top seven jobs for this week. 1 CAD /CAM Programmer Woodland Kitchens Antrim Working to maintain a strong "right first time" e
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THIS week’s High Flyer is Ciara Lagan, corporate partner with law firm Tughans who recently was the first female lawyer in Northern Ireland to win the Dealmaker of the Year Award. What was your first job? Although not my first job, while I was

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