The Jobs Club is a free and confidential service, funded by the Department of Social Protection. We provide advice, support and assistance on employment and training. The aim of the Jobs Club is to enable clients to plan, actively seek and achieve employment and training opportunities.
Jobseekers who have registered with DSP Employment Services.
The Jobs Club Co-ordinator is Caroline Mullins. Caroline’s role involves meeting people, either on an individual or group basis, to assist them with job search and exploring training options.
Group work involves formal training with jobseekers. This training involves, CV preparation, letters of application, interview skills/mock interviews, telephone techniques, aptitude test preparation and assistance in accessing employment/training opportunities. Clients can also be met on an individual basis by the Jobs Club Co-ordinator.
Registered clients of the Jobs Club can avail of the Drop-In Resource Centre facilities to search for training or employment opportunities. These services include access to computers, fax machine, internet
telephone and stationary.
Time limits apply
The Jobs Club Co-ordinator provides an outreach service throughout Co. Clare, when required. We provide this for people who cannot directly access the services in Ennis. For more information please contact Caroline Mullins.
The Jobs Club will provide ongoing support to registered clients, even after gaining Employment/Training. Facilities will continue to be available for clients use. CV’s will be kept on our system and can be accessed and updated at any time in the future.
Jobs Club Co-ordinator
Congress Information & Opportunity Centre
Unit 7A, Elevation Business Park
Tel: (065) 684 4993
Fax: (065) 684 1725
Jobs Club Administrator
The Jobs Club have a database of Jobseekers, with various skill sets, available for employment.
We would like to invite any employer, with available vacancies, to contact the Jobs Club, where we can match the job skill requirements with our database of CV’s.
This service is free of charge. The Jobs Club is funded by the Department of Social Protection.