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Accounting Professionals Career Expo / Open Day
Date: Thursday: 11th June 2015
Time: 8am – 8pm
Location: 5 Fitzwilliam Square Dublin 2 (find us).
We are happy to announce that we are hosting a Career Expo / Open Day for Accounting professionals at our Dublin offices. Registration for this event is essential (please see below).
Experienced Lincoln Recruitment consultants will be available throughout the day to provide you with detailed information and guidance on the following:
- CV Structuring
- Interview Preparation & Advice
- Salary Insights & Benchmarking
- Temporary, Contract and Permanent Accounting job Opportunities across Ireland
- Accounting Market Information & Industry Trends
- Potential Career Paths and Options
- Maximising your Potential in the Workplace
On the day, we will also have Paul Flynn, Dublin GAA All Star, in attendance who will be providing tips and advice for professionals on maximising your potential in the workplace. We at Lincoln Recruitment are a specialist team of experienced consultants that focus on temporary, contract and permanent positions within the Accounting and Finance Industry.
To register your place, please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Dermot on 01 6610444, or register through the link below indicating your time of preference. If you are unable to attend our Accounting Open Day we would be delighted to arrange an individual consultation at a later date.
We look forward to meeting you.
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