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Council opens door to unemployed
FERMANAGH District Council, supported by the Department for Employment and Learning, has thrown wide the door to paid, permanent employment for people who have completed their education within the last two years and are now unemployed.
Next month, six people will be taken on for on-the-job training in a variety of sectors, including town warden and quantity surveyor.
The successful applicants will be working on a full time basis (i.e. 37 hours per week), and paid £252.94 per week. Some posts will require flexible and varied working patterns including evenings, weekends and bank holidays.
A spokesman for the Townhall told the Herald it is hoped that another six people will be taken on after the initial on-the-job training is completed.