Ward Personnel visited the centres in the Cork City Area earlier in the year. They will actively try to employ asylum seekers.
Once you have Permission to work, a safe pass & manual handling course done and have good English you should send a short CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
You should emphasise that you are an Asylum Seeker and that BRIJ told you to make contact.
If for any reason you do not get a response to the email then simply call 021 233 9120
You can also drop your CV into their Offices in the Marina:
Unit 4 Portside
Marina Commercial Park
Centre Park Road
Cork T12 AE98
Click on the image below to see their latest jobs on their website -/>
Representative from Ward Personnel Visiting Ashbourne House during Coffee Morning from 11am on 11th May
After the successful attendance of Ward Personnel at Glenvera & Travelodge during April, Peter Abernethy from Ward will visit Ashbourne House during the Coffee Morning on Wednesday 11th May from 11am to talk to residents about the potential for employment with Ward Personnel.
Peter will be very happy to talk to all residents, both Female & Male, on a one to one basis about employment opportunities. It does not matter if people have a job already or if they are still waiting for permission to work;- Peter will be happy to open communications for future opportunities.
We look forward to seeing you there.
The 2nd of two Ward Personnel meetings in Centres will take place in Glenvera on next Wednesday 20th April @5:30PM
This is a unique opportunity to meet representatives of employers Ward Personnel and discuss employment opportunities with them. They have been employing asylum seekers successfully for some time now as a result of a chance event outside Glenvera in 2020. See a report here on our website /->
You DO NO NEED A WORK PERMIT to attend & start discussing employment opportunities with Ward. Everyone is invited along;- including those who may already have a job and especially ladies that are interested.
In Travelodge on 13th April last, more than 30 residents attended and spoke individually to representatives of Ward who took their details & have already followed up with further discussion.
Residents from other centres are welcome to attend in Glenvera on Wednesday 20th April.
On completion of the two events, BRIJ will work with Paul of Ward Personnel and Susan Long of Cork City Partnership to identify training needs for employment and seek to run suitable courses.
See you there!
Ward Personnel, a national specialist provider of employment and workers to industry across the country, will visit centres to talk to residents during April.
Ward Personnel, have been employing asylum seekers in Cork for some time now and this month featured one of our residents, Esmeraldo, in their newsletter. The article is here>
Representatives of the company will come to talk to residents about employment opportunities for both male & female candidates during April as follows:
Travelodge - Wednesday 13th April at 7PM
Glenvera - Wednesday 20th April at 5:30PM (Residents from Ashbourne are invited to attend this event also.
There will be an opportunity for residents to talk to Ward representatives at the event and if you have a simple CV ready to hand over that would be useful. If you need any assistance with a CV you can contact BRIJ in advance for some tips.
You can find more information about Ward Personnel here>