Petmania, Ireland’s largest chain of pet specialist retailers and pet care advisors is delighted to announce that they have joined the National Internship Scheme. The company is currently accepting applications for those seeking practical experience and on-the-job training with the view to working as a Dog Groomer.
Petmania Grooming Studios is the largest and most successful grooming business in the country and boasts some of the most talented and committed Groomers in Ireland. HR Manager for the company,
Rachel Norton has said that “We are delighted to become part of the JobBridge National Internship Scheme, and are looking forward to helping those seeking full time employment gain the skills and practical experience necessary to build a career as professional Dog Groomer, and offer a genuine opportunity for gaining the practical experience necessary to qualify for permanent employment within the Petmania Grooming Studio network”.
Applications are now being accepted for internship vacancies of 6-9 month duration, throughout the country, and are best suited to individuals seeking a long term career in the Pet Care sector. Interns will receive an allowance of €50 per week on top of their existing social welfare entitlement.
To find out more or to apply, please visit www.petmania.ie/internship or www.fas.ie
Petmania are also currently recruiting nationwide for a number of full and part time positions for suitably qualified persons.
JobBridge is a new National Internship Scheme that will provide work experience placements for interns for a 6 or 9 month period.
The aim of the National Internship Scheme is to assist in breaking the cycle where jobseekers are unable to get a job without experience, either as new entrants to the labour market after education or training or as unemployed workers wishing to learn new skills. The scheme will also give people a real opportunity to gain valuable experience to bridge the gap between study and the beginning of their working lives.
The scheme will provide for up to 6,000 work experience placements in the private, public and voluntary sectors. This will be a time-limited scheme. Interns will receive an allowance of €50 per week on top of their existing social welfare entitlement. This will be payable for the period of the internship.
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