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The Ultimate LinkedIn Guide to creating the perfect profile

With such an emphasis in today’s recruitment process hanging on a jobseekers LinkedIn profile it is worth your while to spend some time on perfecting what you put up and ensure that a potential employer gain as much valuable information as possible when viewing your profile.

Leisure Jobs in the UK has done some research and come up with a great 7 step  guide to help you create the ultimate profile.

To download the infographic click on the “Resource” section to the right of the screen.

[Image source: Leisure Jobs]

 

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Shauna Fox – Specialising in recruiting HR Professionals and In-House Recruiters

Since joining The Panel, Shauna Fox has been working within the HR & Legal division, alongside her colleagues Niamh Favier (Recruitment Manager) and Sarah Kelly (Partner).

Shauna looks after The Panel’s HR Desk, recruiting for HR Professionals and In-House Recruiters at all levels. Her clients include multinational and domestic organisations within the financial services, technology and pharmaceutical industries. She also recruits HR and Recruitment personnel for the top tier legal and accountancy firms in Dublin.

Shauna holds a BA degree from NUI Galway and has recently completed an MA in Human Resource Management.  Her thesis was based on trends within the Recruitment Industry.  Shauna is also a Graduate Member of the CIPD.

View Shauna’s LinkedIn Profile 

2015 was a very positive year for HR Recruitment, and this is set to continue over the next 12 months. The market remains extremely busy and buoyant with activity at all levels and across sectors. 

Here is a quick overview of some of the roles Shauna is working on currently

•    HR Manager – Professional Services
•    HR Business Partner – Financial Services 
•    HR Generalist – Pharma Industry 
•    Senior In-house IT Recruiter – Technology Company 
•    In – house Recruiter – Financial Services 
•    Senior HR Systems & Data Manager – Professional Services 

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Shauna Fox – Specialising in recruiting HR Professionals and In-House Recruiters

Since joining The Panel, Shauna Fox has been working within the HR & Legal division, alongside her colleagues Niamh Favier (Recruitment Manager) and Sarah Kelly (Partner).

Shauna looks after The Panel’s HR Desk, recruiting for HR Professionals and In-House Recruiters at all levels. Her clients include multinational and domestic organisations within the financial services, technology and pharmaceutical industries. She also recruits HR and Recruitment personnel for the top tier legal and accountancy firms in Dublin.

Shauna holds a BA degree from NUI Galway and has recently completed an MA in Human Resource Management.  Her thesis was based on trends within the Recruitment Industry.  Shauna is also a Graduate Member of the CIPD.

View Shauna’s LinkedIn Profile 

2015 was a very positive year for HR Recruitment, and this is set to continue over the next 12 months. The market remains extremely busy and buoyant with activity at all levels and across sectors. 

Here is a quick overview of some of the roles Shauna is working on currently

•    HR Manager – Professional Services
•    HR Business Partner – Financial Services 
•    HR Generalist – Pharma Industry 
•    Senior In-house IT Recruiter – Technology Company 
•    In – house Recruiter – Financial Services 
•    Senior HR Systems & Data Manager – Professional Services 

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The Panel is featured in The Sunday Business Post

On Sunday 10th January 2016, our Partner Sarah Kelly had an article published in The Sunday Business Post “Career Moves” section. Her article covers a review of the legal recruitment market in Dublin.

For a copy of the article please see our resource archive to the right.

For more information on the market and potential opportunities available in private practice and in-house, please contact Sarah Kelly[email protected] 

 

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The Panel is featured in The Sunday Business Post

On Sunday 10th January 2016, our Partner Sarah Kelly had an article published in The Sunday Business Post “Career Moves” section. Her article covers a review of the legal recruitment market in Dublin.

For a copy of the article please see our resource archive to the right.

For more information on the market and potential opportunities available in private practice and in-house, please contact Sarah Kelly[email protected] 

 

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Congratulations Maria Louise

Image via Irish Times
Image via Irish Times

We would like to extend big congratulations to our colleague Simona’s daughter Maria Louise Fufezan and her friend Diana Bura on winning the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2016 in the RDS last week.

Maria Louise and Diana Bura from Loreto Secondary School Balbriggan managed to secure the overall winner’s prize during last week’s event for their school project focusing on the damage being done to soil fertilised by animal feeds.

They will now go on to represent Ireland at the European competition of Young Scientists in Brussels in September this year.

Well done Maria Louise we are very proud of you!!

Image via Irish Times
Image via Irish Times
Image via Siliconrepublic.com
Image via Siliconrepublic.com

 

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Congratulations Maria Louise

Image via Irish Times
Image via Irish Times

We would like to extend big congratulations to our colleague Simona’s daughter Maria Louise Fufezan and her friend Diana Bura on winning the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2016 in the RDS last week.

Maria Louise and Diana Bura from Loreto Secondary School Balbriggan managed to secure the overall winner’s prize during last week’s event for their school project focusing on the damage being done to soil fertilised by animal feeds.

They will now go on to represent Ireland at the European competition of Young Scientists in Brussels in September this year.

Well done Maria Louise we are very proud of you!!

Image via Irish Times
Image via Irish Times
Image via Siliconrepublic.com
Image via Siliconrepublic.com

 

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Congratulations Maria Louise

Image via Irish Times
Image via Irish Times

We would like to extend big congratulations to our colleague Simona’s daughter Maria Louise Fufezan and her friend Diana Bura on winning the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2016 in the RDS last week.

Maria Louise and Diana Bura from Loreto Secondary School Balbriggan managed to secure the overall winner’s prize during last week’s event for their school project focusing on the damage being done to soil fertilised by animal feeds.

They will now go on to represent Ireland at the European competition of Young Scientists in Brussels in September this year.

Well done Maria Louise we are very proud of you!!

Image via Irish Times
Image via Irish Times
Image via Siliconrepublic.com
Image via Siliconrepublic.com

 

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PRMIA Talk with key note speaker Jeremy Masding

On the 1st December 2015 PRMIA was delighted for the first time to host a CEO as key note speaker. Jeremy Masding, CEO Permanent TSB, entranced the audience on his chosen topic “Transformation: A CEO’s Perspective of A Turnaround”.

He provided the audience with a very personal insight into his own career journey and some understanding into the Transformation journey of PTSB thus far against the backdrop of the Irish Banking system failure. Jeremy is passionate about banking and totally committed to turning around the fortunes of Permanent TSB. His talk was followed by a Q&A session officiated by Alan Bluett (Partner, The Panel) and a reception afterwards to allow for networking.

Special thanks to EY and Conor Griffin (Director, EY) for kindly hosting the event.

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PRMIA Talk with key note speaker Jeremy Masding

On the 1st December 2015 PRMIA was delighted for the first time to host a CEO as key note speaker. Jeremy Masding, CEO Permanent TSB, entranced the audience on his chosen topic “Transformation: A CEO’s Perspective of A Turnaround”.

He provided the audience with a very personal insight into his own career journey and some understanding into the Transformation journey of PTSB thus far against the backdrop of the Irish Banking system failure. Jeremy is passionate about banking and totally committed to turning around the fortunes of Permanent TSB. His talk was followed by a Q&A session officiated by Alan Bluett (Partner, The Panel) and a reception afterwards to allow for networking.

Special thanks to EY and Conor Griffin (Director, EY) for kindly hosting the event.