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50 firms at Working Abroad Expo

Employers from Canada and Australia are among 50 countries recruiting at the Working Abroad Expo at the RDS in Dublin this weekend.


They are seeking to fill positions across a number of disciplines, including healthcare, construction and farming.

The exhibition takes place today and tomorrow at the RDS from 11am to 5pm, and on Wednesday in Cork from midday to 7pm at the Silver Springs Hotel.

There is also information about jobs, immigration regulations, health and travel insurance, banking and moving services.

The Saskatchewan Premier, Brad Wall (the head of the Saskatchewan provincial government in Canada), and the Saskatchewan Minister of Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration, Rob Norris, will attend the event.

Ciara Kenny

The Irish Times forum by and for Irish citizens living overseas,

Working Abroad Expo

If you are considering emigrating to Australia, Canada or New Zealand, you may be interested in attending one of the Working Abroad Expos in Dublin or Cork in the coming weeks.

Thu, Mar 1, 2012, 07:37

If you are considering emigrating to Australia, Canada or New Zealand, you may be interested in attending one of the Working Abroad Expos in Dublin or Cork in the coming weeks. The exhibition will host more than 50 employers, recruitment agencies, visa specialists, and relocation experts. Government Immigration Officials will also be available to provide information on skilled migration visas, working holidays and overseas employment opportunities. Attendees are advised to bring their CVs with them.

Иностранная пресса о России и не только

Press digest
18 ноября 2020 г.

Джон Муни | The Times

Для строительства в посольстве в Дублине Россия задействует фирму, связанную со шпионажем

С запланированным расширением посольства России в Дублине (Ирландия) связана архитектурная компания, которая работает подрядчиком российских спецслужб, сообщает The Times.

Журналист Джон Муни пишет: «Зарубежпроект», тесно связанная с Кремлем фирма, в 2015 году использовала более не существующую компанию дублинских архитекторов, чтобы представить планы строительства в совет Дун-Лэаре-Ратдауна» (округ в графстве Дублин. — Прим. ред.). Компания обладает лицензией на выполнение проектов для СВР и ФСБ, отмечается в статье.

В посольстве предлагается построить ряд подземных помещений, которые, как считают источники в ирландских службах безопасности, могут предназначаться для шпионажа или военных целей.

«В планах, представленных в совет округа, утверждается, что в подземных помещениях будет размещено вентиляционное, складское и отопительное оборудование. По словам экспертов, обычно такие объекты в аналогичных по размеру проектах располагают в других местах, и это усиливает опасения, что Россия действительно создает объект для ведения шпионажа», — говорится в статье.

Ирландские службы безопасности подозревают, что Россия уже разместила в Дублине множество сотрудников, которые занимаются сбором телекоммуникационных данных и передачей их в Кремль. Им не разрешается покидать посольство без сопровождения аккредитованных дипломатов, которых спецслужбы считают «незаявленными офицерами разведки».

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«Насколько можно понять, «Зарубежпроект» настаивает на том, чтобы все строительные работы вели рабочие, которые прилетят в Дублин из России. Это вызвало еще большую обеспокоенность относительно характера строительства, в рамках которого посольство будет расширено в пять раз», — пишет издание.

МИД Ирландии отказался сообщить, запретило ли министерство «Зарубежпроекту» или российскому посольству привозить строителей в Дублин. «Согласно источникам, предполагается, что правительство, чтобы остановить продвижение проекта, может рассмотреть отказ в выдаче виз россиянам, которые подадут заявление на работу на нем», — сообщает газета.

Посольство России отказалось отвечать на вопросы The Times. Его пресс-секретарь Василий Величкин заявил изданию: «Судя по вашему материалу, вы извратили понимание журналистики, а мы как посольство имеем дело только с нормальными СМИ».

Booming Canada recruits British and Irish workers

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Visit any construction site in Calgary and you’re likely to find some British and Irish workers, says Adrian Bourne, the boss of a company that supplies electricians in the Canadian city.

Out of the 200 people that Mr Bourne has on his books, 70 are from the UK and Republic of Ireland.

Mr Bourne, who is originally from Manchester, England, says he could do with dozens more from across the Atlantic.

«If we put an ad in a [local Canadian] paper, we may get one response,» says the president of Unitech Electrical Contracting.

«[As a result], instead of bidding on three projects, we bid on one,» says Mr Bourne, whose men are all busy working on the Calgary airport expansion, new office towers, schools, hospitals and retirement homes.

«The number one question we get when closing a tender is, ‘Have you got enough labour?'» he adds.

‘Supply and demand’

Canada’s a great country and such a rich part of the world. There’s so much work here, it’s unbelievable Adrian Wallace, Irish construction worker


As Alberta’s economy continues to boom, led by its extensive oil industry, an estimated 114,000 additional trades positions need to be filled by firms of all sizes across the province by 2021.

That projection comes from Calgary Economic Development (CED), a government agency dedicated to supporting the economy in the wider Calgary area.

With too few Canadians to fill all the extra jobs, CED is now, twice a year, leading delegations of Alberta companies on trans-Atlantic recruitment hunts.

CED’s workforce manager Jeanette Sutherland last year led a party of Canadian firms attending a jobs fair in Dublin called Working Abroad Expo.

«We were all quite shocked with the turnout,» she says.

«Over the course of three events, there were 14,000 people who attended. When the door opened the first day, there was a line-up around the field.»

Ms Sutherland describes the UK and Republic of Ireland as «a ripe recruiting ground» for Canadian companies. She highlights the shared English language, similar cultures, and the abundance of not just qualified, but experienced tradespeople in the British Isles.

With a jobless rate of just 4.3% in Alberta, compared with 7.6% in the UK and 13.3% in the Republic of Ireland, Ms Sutherland describes the situation as «win-win right now».

«We have demand, they have supply,» she says.

Legal challenge

Industrial electrician Mark Grieve and his wife made the leap from Kirkcaldy, Fife, to Calgary after attending a similar jobs fair in Scotland in February 2012.

«We’d never been to Canada, but we’d seen pictures of the Rockies, and it looked great, so we said, ‘Let’s go,'» says the 40-year-old father-of-two.

«We sold our house in Scotland, and our car, came across and bought a house within four months,» says Mr Grieve, who works for Tarpon Energy Services, a company that builds electrical control systems for Canada’s oil firms.

Tarpon, which hired 531 tradespeople last year alone, has 65 temporary workers from the UK and Ireland, working with 1,100 Canadians.

Mr Grieve, who arrived on a one-year work permit, is now working towards permanent residency under Canada’s Federal Skilled Trades Programme. This was launched by the federal government in January this year to speed up the immigration process for in-demand tradespeople.

However, the employment of foreign workers has not been without controversy.

Earlier this year, a company in British Columbia, HD Mining, set off a firestorm by hiring 200 temporary workers from China, claiming that no Canadians could do the job. The move was legally challenged by two trade unions.

Although a federal judge ruled in favour of the firm in August, the Canadian government has since moved to take steps to protect Canadian jobs.

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As a result, the hiring process for overseas staff now takes three to four months per person, compared with three to six weeks prior to the HD Mining case and other similar controversies, says Julie Sullivan, human resources manager at Tarpon.

Ms Sullivan would like to see the government move to a «trusted employer» system, where companies that have passed audits and established a shortage of Canadian workers can go back to the fast-track approval system.

Back at Unitech, retired company founder Keith Brooke still comes in to oversee its foreign worker programme.

«It’s not cheap,» says Mr Brooke, pointing out that it costs the company 275 Canadian dollars ($261; £161) to process each new overseas recruit, including individual applications to the Canadian government for each person.

«Multiply that by 30, add in the cost of the recruiting trips overseas, and the 5,000-6,000 Canadian dollars in training, and it’s a lot,» says Mr Brooke.

Employees market

Yet skilled staff shortages are only expected to get worse in the next few years, with significant new oil and gas and infrastructure projects on the books for not just Alberta but neighbouring British Columbia.

It all makes for an employees’ market, as Adrian Wallace discovered after leaving the Republic of Ireland because he couldn’t find work back home.

When his original Canadian employer Con-Forte went belly-up just months after recruiting him and 40 other Irish workers, several companies were fighting over the men.

«There were about seven or eight employers that approached us, that wanted to take us all on,» says the young carpenter.

Mr Wallace is now off to Fort McMurray — Alberta’s northern oil hub — having settled on a large construction company that offered higher wages and free flights, accommodation and food, on a fly-in, fly-out rotation out of Calgary.

«It’s unfortunate what happened to us [but] it doesn’t happen regularly. Canada’s a great country and such a rich part of the world.

«There’s so much work here, it’s unbelievable,» says Mr Wallace.

The Working Abroad Expo В Дублине 6 и 7 октября!!! Канада

RDS, Serpentine Hall, Dublin

Time 10am-4pm Target Students interested in working in Canada Event Details

The WorkingAbroad — Canada Expo, being held in Dublin uniquely provides the complete spectrum of information, services and employment opportunities crucial to successfully living, working and settling in Canada – all before you go! Regardless of whether you’re moving to Canada for lifestyle opportunities, employment opportunities or for something more temporary such as a working holiday or gap year, the WorkingAbroad Expo has already assisted thousands of people start new lives in Canada. We are bringing everyone and everything you will need to plan your move to Canada, all to the one place…

The event uniquely promotes viable immigration pathways through employment, foreign credential assessment, verification and registration as well as English language training, job ready education and a host of other services all under the one roof. There will also be a range of service providers able to help with services from banking to shipping.


As a skilled worker, the WorkingAbroad Expo provides you with an opportunity to meet with employers from across Canada who understand the process of hiring international workers, and are willing to sponsor.

Working Abroad Expo in Ireland attracts many would-be immigrants

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More than 20,000 job-seekers visited the Working Abroad Expo in Dublin on 5 March. Future immigrants came to find what work opportunities were available abroad in countries like Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.

There was such a high level of interest in the Expo that organisers opened the doors an hour early and announced they would stay open as long as necessary to accommodate the crowds.

The Expo ran over a period of two days and gave details on job opportunities available from 80 recruiters, and government officials from Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Canada’s province of Saskatchewan is looking to fill nearly 300 skilled workers positions.

Ireland has been experiencing a high unemployment rate due to the economic downturn; many people are looking to immigrate to countries with better economies and more work opportunities. Expatriate Howard Morrissey was at the event manning a stall set up by the provincial government of Saskatchewan to answer questions about emigrating to the prairie province.

«It’s booming. The quality of life is good. And when your kids finish school or university, they’ll get jobs,» he told another couple asking about Canadian life.

Ireland has recently announced a new visa that will be offered to individuals who invest in Ireland. It is hoping that wealthy individuals from outside the EU will wish to take advantage of one of the new investor schemes and immigrate to Ireland.

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Нью-Брансуик проведет 7 ярмарок вакансий этой зимой

В январе и феврале канадская провинция Нью-Брансуик проведет 4 ярмарки вакансий в Европе: две во Франции и две в Нидерландах, и 3 ярмарки в Дубае.

В январе и феврале 2020 года провинция Нью-Брансуик запланировала ярмарки вакансий в Париже (Франция), Утрехте (Нидерланды) и Дубае (ОАЭ).

Ярмарки вакансий пройдут:

  • 17 и 18 января 2020 года в 10:00 в Париже (Франция) —
  • 9 и 10 февраля 2020 года в 10:00 в Утрехте (Нидерланды) —
  • 12, 13, 14 февраля 2020 года в 10:00 в Дубае (ОАЭ) —

Можно ли посещать ярмарку вакансий без приглашения? Читайте ниже!

На этих сессиях кандидат может задать вопросы об иммиграции в Нью-Брансуик иммиграционным офицерам, а также может получить рабочее предложение от работодателя Нью-Брансуика и благодаря ему иммигрировать через программу Atlantic Immigration Pilot или провинциальную программу провинции Нью-Брансуик “New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program”.

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На ярмарках вакансий будут присутствовать работодатели из провинции Нью-Брансуик, которые ищут специалистов из следующих списков профессий.

! Список профессий ярмарок вакансий в Париже (Франция):

NOC Название профессии на английском Название профессии на русском
6552 Customer service representatives Представители службы поддержки
2282 User support technicians Специалист поддержки пользователей
3012 Registered nurses Зарегистрированные медсестры
3413 Nurse aides Помощники медсестры
3233 Licensed practical nurses Лицензированные практические медсестры
7315 Aircraft maintenance engineers Инженеры по обслуживанию самолетов
2271 Flight instructors Летные инструкторы

! Список профессий ярмарок вакансий в Утрехте (Нидерланды):

NOC Название профессии на английском Название профессии на русском
7511 Transport truck drivers Водители грузовиков

! Список профессий ярмарок вакансий в Дубае (ОАЭ):

NOC Название профессии на английском Название профессии на русском
9463 Fish and seafood plant workers Рабочие завода по производству рыбы и морепродуктов
9421 Chemical plant machine operators Операторы машин химического завода
6552 Customer service representatives Представители службы поддержки
7237 Welders Сварщики
9446 Industrial sewers Промышленные швеи
9226 Production supervisors Супервайзеры на производстве
7322 Autobody technicians Техники по ремонту кузова
9526 Mechanical assemblers Монтажники механических систем
6411 Sales representatives Торговые представители
7233 Sheet metal workers Работники с листовым металлом
7441 Sign installers Установка дорожных знаков
0911 Manufacturing managers Производственные менеджеры

Требования для участия в ярмарке вакансий

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Canada to Encourage Irish Immigration at Jobs Expo Dublin and Jobs Expo Cork

A street in Dublin, Ireland. Thousands of Irish job seekers are expected at the job expos being held in Dublin and Cork on September 6, 7 and 10 (Jean Housen)

At least seven Canadian companies will have a presence at this year’s Jobs Expo Dublin and Jobs Expo Cork, where they will promote the country as an ideal destination for Ireland’s skilled workers to find work and to settle.

The job expo, which is scheduled for Friday September 6th and Saturday 7th in Dublin, and Tuesday September 10th in Cork, will attract thousands from across Ireland seeking to assess the employment opportunities being offered. Dozens of companies from around the world will be manning booths at the event.

With Ireland now back in recession, immigration to Canada is becoming an increasingly attractive option for the country’s workers, whose skills, including English fluency and many with skilled trades qualifications, are well matched for Canada’s economy.

Among Canadian firms present at the expo will be CICS Immigration Consulting, which will be holding seminars on immigration to Canada in Dublin on Friday September 6th from 3pm – 3.45pm and in Cork on Tuesday September 10th from 5pm – 5.45pm.

Canadian immigration consultant and CICS principal Alex Khadempour will detail the main routes through which Irish workers can obtain work permits and permanent residency in Canada and provide a layout of the Canadian labour market and what immigrants might expect to encounter when they arrive in the country.

The job expo will run from 11am to 4pm in the Croke Park Conference Centre in Dublin and from 12pm to 6pm in the Silver Springs Moran Hotel in Cork.

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