Employer/Company Presentations - We will discuss suitable dates and venues with you. Audio-visual and internet facilities are available on request. Please e-mail email@example.com for a 'booking form'.
Employer/Company Promotional Stand - This is an informal way of making contact with students on each campus. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for a 'booking form'.
Contributing Directly to Programmes - The Careers Advisor delivers programmes on Employability Skills to students and if you would like to participate in or contribute to these courses in some way, please contact us to discuss your ideas.
Sponsoring a Career Centre Publication - Each year the Career Centre provides students with booklets and materials relevant to the recruitment process. If you would like to sponsor any of these publications please contact us.
Careers Information Library - Contains references to Company, Sector and Job descriptions of which students can avail and these are replicated on our website.
Room Facilities - We can arrange for you to use our Interview Rooms.
Careers Events - Keep you informed about our Careers Events through our website, including our Annual Careers Fair.
Advertising your Vacancies - Please see the following tab, which describes in detail how your can display your job vacancies on our website.
Facebook - Should your organisation have a Facebook account, if you "like" us on our Facebook account you will be able to interact with our students. Click on the FACEBOOK logo on the Career Centre Home page for direct access.
What Graduates Want From Employers - Participants were asked to rank a number of factors by order of importance to them when choosing an employer -
what workplace factors motivate them once in a job
what would make them leave
how they rated sources of career information
how they view the various elements of the recruitment and assessment process
Please view this informative video from gradireland for Employers
EMPLOYER ADVERTISE VACANCY ONLINE
If you have vacancies to fill, whether they are full time, part time, permanent or voluntary or if you are offering a bursary for a scholarship or fellowship, perhaps you have a work placement opportunity .
Whatever post, if you are seeking applications from students and graduates then
It's easy to fill your jobs through the WIT Careers at no cost
With more graduates than ever and the numbers continuing to grow over the next few years.
There is a huge talent pool of individuals with many skills that will benefit your organisation.
Tap into this viable option for businesses of all sizes and from all sectors.
Use the Careers Centre to advertise -
Graduate Training Programmes and vacancies starting after graduation
Internships and Placement vacancies
Vacation and voluntary work
Work Experience for Global Charities
Scholarships / Fellowships / Competitions
Job opportunities are global and need to be accessible 24 / 7 to students and so advertising with the Careers Centre will allow you to -
Reach a huge database of job-seeking students/graduates
Brand your organisation as an employer of choice
Access ambitious pre-final-year students seeking internships
Found it difficult to understand the information regarding the employment of International Students?
Check out our "user friendly" version, making it easier for you.
The Irish Council for International Students (ICOS) has recently published
Guidelines for Employers and International Students. This information
leaflet will be of interest to non-EEA graduates of Irish Higher Education
Institutions (HEIs) who may be exploring the possibility of staying on in Ireland
to work for some time after their studies.
Each year many of our students are required to participate in a work placement, either at home or abroad for a period of between 12 weeks to 9 months in duration, depending on the course they are undertaking.
This experience is invaluable to the students as it allows them to gain real practical hands on work knowledge. It is also valuable to the employers as it offers them the opportunity to grow solid communication lines between the Institute, its Academic, Management and Support Staff so that all fully understand the needs and requirements of each other, but also to interact with the current students and potentially future employees.
The current Work Placement - A Best Practice Guide for Employers, produced by AHECS (Association of Higher Education Career Services) details benefits to all parties undertaking placement of students. AHECS also produce a Work Placement - A Best Practice Guide for Students, which might be interested to you.
At WIT our Academic staff have the responsibility for the placement of their students and a list of the courses currently offering work placement and the contact names, telephone numbers, email addresses is noted below.
For current up to date information on the news in the labour market, check out the following sites -
Qualifax - Displays a section with the analysis of the job market, which is supplied by FAS.
The National Skills Database was developed in 2002 by the Skills and Labour Market Research Unit in FAS on behalf of the Expert Group on Future Skills Needs. It has been designed to collate all available information about the supply and demands of skills in Ireland. As such, it provides a platform for the timely analysis and forecasting of the labour market at occupational level.
We hope you find this information useful.
For further information containing up to date Labour Market News see -
- Business World
- Careers Portal
- Economic and Social Research Institute - Independent body undertaking economic and social and research. Produces quarterly economic commentary and medium term reviews.
- FAS - Ireland's national training and employment authority produces Irish Labour Market Reviews
- Higher Education Careers Services Unit - or go to Prospects and search for the Graduate Labour Market
- IBEC - Irish Business and Employers Forum. Comments on the Irish Economy
- Irish Examiner - Business section
- Irish Independent - Business section
- Irish Times - Business section
- Sunday Business Post
- The Industrial Development Authority - Irish Government agency responsible for inward investment reports on employment trends
- United Nations Economic Commission for Europe