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50 Jobs created for Longford Town

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50 Jobs created for Longford Town


Tuesday, December 19, 2017 




50 Jobs created for Longford Town

Fifty jobs are being created at the former Cameron plant in Longford Town.

Off-Site Construction will begin producing prefabricated bathroom pods early in 2018 and the positions are expected to come on stream over the following six months.

Cameron, which makes products for the oil and gas industry, cut 170 jobs in Longford last year as it ceased manufacturing. Longford Westmeath Fine Gael TD Peter Burke says the announcement by Off-Site Construction is a huge boost.

Too view all the current vacancies available by Cameron click here

The jobs are an example of the knock on opportunities created by the growth of the construction sector, which according to the National Skills Bulletin 2017 expanded by 9% between the end of 2015 and the end of 2016. As the sector continues to expand opportunities will emerge beyond construction sites and architects offices, in the various industries supporting the construction sector.

Some of the current vacancies include-

To find out more information about the Building, Construction & Property Sector in Ireland click here.

Source - Midlands103.com