If you are in Cork for more or less a long term you are certainly looking for a job if you haven’t found it yet. We know how difficult it can be to get a job especially in a country which is not your country of origin and particularly with another language. So give yourself the best possible odds and plan to go to the Job fair in Cork on the 23rd of June. This bi-annual event is not just for the area but it can offer career opportunities to go abroad too.
This fair concerns not only Cork City and the suburbs but the whole province of Munster as well. So you will have plenty of opportunities to meet a wide range of people from large companies as well as SME, especially if you are not afraid to move to another city to work.
This event is kind of informal but we advise you to prepare yourself neat and dress professionally. Have a look on one of our articles about how to dress “smart casual”. Don’t forget to bring a folder with your CV as this will be your best ally. Don’t be shy and don’t hesitate to introduce yourself to the present staff of the several companies present. If you need any help for your English CV, at EazyCity we have a professional team that can help you with your CV translation before the fair. They are also here to give you advice for your job search and your interviews on and after the Job Expo!
The fair will allow you to get some advice too. In fact, it’s not just to try to find a job or contacts on your own: some professionals can help you for your future applications and your career guidance. You will also have the possibility to be present at conferences about current career topics.
The entrance is free but you need to register on this link before.
The event will take place in the Clayton Hotel, it’s about one hour walking from the city centre but if you don’t want to walk with your beautiful interviews clothes you can just take the bus 221 from Parnell Place (Cork Bus Station) to the station called “Belvedere Lodge”.
Now, the success is in your hands, we wish you the best of luck for that day !