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Career Opportunities in the Biopharma, Medtech and Engineering Industry

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Career Opportunities in the Biopharma, Medtech and Engineering Industry

Tuesday, August 01, 2017 

Career Opportunities in the Biopharma, Medtech and Engineering Industry

Opportunities in the Life Science – Biopharma, Medtech & Engineering Industry

National Life Science Career Opportunities Biopharma, Medtech & Engineering Fair 2017

10:00am -2:00pm, Thursday 28 September 2017

Building on the success of 2016 we are delighted to announce that the National Life Science Career Opportunities Biopharma, Medtech, Engineering Fair designed as a meeting gateway of the Biopharma, Medtech and Engineering sector is taking place on Thursday 28th September from 10.00am – 2.00pm in the International Sports Arena, Athlone IT

This event involves Life Science - Biopharma, Medtech and Engineering companies nationally attending to offer jobs and career advice.  It will provide an opportunity for companies to meet with students, graduates and job seekers to talk about the skills required for the Life Science sector and the career pathways available.

CV and Interview workshops will run throughout the day.

The event is free, however, pre-registration is required.

Register FREE online here.

Follow @RegionalSkill on twitter for all updates; contact Anne on 086 1415270 for any queries.

This event is ran by Midlands Regional Skills, Biopharmachem Ireland, Irish Medtech Association, First Polymer Skillnet, Pharmachem Skillnet and The Department of Social Protection.