Launch: The Lincoln Recruitment Irish Early Career Awards 2018

September 4

This September we are delighted to announce our continued support and title sponsorship of the Lincoln Recruitment Irish Early Career Awards 2018. With nominations now open we invite you to get involved by nominating Ireland’s young talented professionals across multiple professional services sectors. With the entry deadline set for September 21st, there’s plenty of time to apply, nominate and recognise exceptional young professionals in the early stages of their careers under the age of 35.

Awards will be presented across 17 categories HR Professional of the YearAccountant of the YearBanking & Capital Markets Professional of the YearFund Services Professional of the YearCompliance & Risk Professional of the YearLawyer of the YearPublic Service – Making a Difference AwardCommunications & Marketing Professional of the YearSales Professional of the YearDigital Professional of the Year,  Engineering & Manufacturing Professional of the YearIT & Tech Professional of the YearConsulting & Advisory Professional of the YearEntrepreneur of the Year Best Organisation in Learning & DevelopmentSpecial Recognition Award, and finally the overall Early Career Professional of the Year for 2018.

Lincoln has long been a support of the awards, and as an industry leader in talent selection for Ireland’s young professionals, this was a natural and welcomed step for our continued involvement.

Shay Dalton, Managing Director of Lincoln Recruitment and chairman of the judging panel said:

[pullquote align=”full” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]“I have seen first-hand the benefit of promoting, nurturing and developing young professionals in the early stages of their careers.  The Irish Early Career Awards provides a platform for formal recognition of the individuals themselves and also for organisations who promote and develop these young professionals. The success of the outstanding professionals we have moving up through the ranks of Irish business should be acknowledged, and at Lincoln, we want to celebrate that.”[/pullquote]

This year’s award will be produced by Premier Publishing & Events to accelerate the success of the awards further. The awards will be held on the evening of November 1st in the Mansion House, Dublin. We look forward to seeing this years finalists for a black-tie ceremony to celebrate the successful young professionals of 2018.

See last years Awards highlights here:

About the Author

Orla Doyle

Orla Doyle

Head of Marketing & Communications

odoyle@lincoln.ie+ 353 ( 1 ) 661 0444

Orla Doyle is the Group Marketing Manager at Lincoln Recruitment Group. Orla is an experienced and award-winning branding and recruitment marketing professional with over 6 years’ experience in creating valued and valuable brands. With a passion for employer branding and recruitment marketing, Orla has experience scaling organisations from the inside out designing strategies for organisations ensuring they’re attracting, investing in and retaining the right talent. Orla holds a Bachelor of Business and a Master’s of Science in Financial Services from the University of Limerick. She also holds a Diploma in Strategic Digital Marketing from the Marketing Institute of Ireland.

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