Your browser does not support JavaScript
ITT

Employers

Employers Graduates of the Institute of Technology, Tralee are highly regarded by employers. Indigenous and multinational companies make direct contact with the Institute for recruitment purposes on a regular basis.

Job Vacancies
Contact the office with details of any job vacancies and the office will arrange the advertisement of the positions on the IT Tralee web-site, notice boards and also distribution among existing students and alumni.

Crafting Employability for Language Graduates - Languages 4 Work (ERASMUS+ Project)

This two year (2015-2017) project aims to enhance language students’ employability by engaging them in work related activities and reflections as part of their academic studies to optimise their career opportunities after graduation. The AHECS employability module consisting of eight workshops will be adapted by each of the partners. The final materials will be disseminated in Dublin Autumn 2017.

AHECS is one of nine European partners in this project. The four AHECS member institutions participating in this project are Louise Nagle of ITTralee, Orlaith Tunney of Trinity College Dublin, Dave Kilmartin of Dublin Institute of Technology & Elaine Browne of University College Cork.

Further details are at Erasmus Project

Employer Survey (open until May 2016)

We at AHECS have partnered on a programme funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union which is focussed on supporting Language Graduates into successful careers.

This project is working with employers across Europe to seek their views on how HEIs can support students to be more employable in this regard.  We urge you to take this the survey below which will enable you to input your views about the importance of language skills for graduates into this project:

https://collector2.trendence-survey.com/nq.cfm?q=77C29170-D535-4AEC-8E8E-FA67D1F71A7F&nqurlb=200

Steps to Success
The Careers Office has developed a new careers education programme to assist students with the transition to the work place

We need employer to get involved! Please visit the http://www.ittralee.ie/en/CareersOffice/Steps2Success/Home/ link for more details

Sources of Funding

Please visit http://www.fas.ie for details of allowances and funding available for recruiting employers. 

Careers Fair

This event is organised annually and gives employers an opportunity to promote their organisations while meeting highly qualified students and graduates interested in career progression.

Courses available in IT, Tralee
Search for details of courses and subjects completed by graduates: http://www.ittralee.ie/en/InformationAbout/Courses/

Employer Presentations
Employers may choose to visit the Institute to address graduating class groups of their choice with the intention of recruiting towards the end of the academic year.

Distribution of promotional material and application forms
Students are in regular contact with the Careers Office for information and assistance. The Careers facility is the ideal vehicle to deliver information from prospective employers to potential employees. The Office will direct students to promotional material and distribute application forms to targeted groups.

ITT Interview Facilities          
The ITT has built up strong relationships with many companies, by facilitating recruitment on campus. Interview rooms can be arranged to facilitate companies with interviews after presentations to students. This will allow greater efficiency where a company can promote itself and recruit on the same day.

For further information please contact:
Careers Officer:  Louise Nagle
 
Email:  careers@list.ittralee.ie  Tel: (066) 7191783