Insights Staff Share their Pride at Reaching JobPath Milestone
22 July 2019

Staff Share their Pride at Reaching JobPath Milestone

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Seetec recently announced that they have supported 25,000 people into work through the JobPath service in Ireland.

The teams who help deliver JobPath are extremely proud of reaching this milestone. 

They work tirelessly across more than 50 locations in the northern part of the country from the city of Dublin through to rural communities such as Offaly. 

Dedicated and experienced in helping clients to overcome their worries and anxieties, the teams are skilled in providing clients with the support they need to move forward and achieve their job goals.

The recent JobPath customer satisfaction survey rated staff as very good at their jobs and said that we help them improve their prospects of getting a job.   

We speak to two managers about what this milestone means to them and their local community:

Grace Moore, Business Manager, Seetec Swords and Balbriggan

“I am proud when a young person gets a job and thrives. The difference in their demeanour and outlook and self-esteem it great to see. I can see that their new role gives them more than just a wage, they now have a place in the community and a reason to hold their head high.

Every person I have met on my Seetec journey has impacted me; from working with a great team of people through to the clients I meet.  Understanding their experiences and difficulties, I am often in total admiration as to what they can achieve considering the huge challenges they often have in their lives”.

Noeleen Nannery, Business Manager Longford, Roscommon, Carrick on Shannon

“We all know the long-lasting effects that unemployment can have on families and communities.  Its great to see the how the success of the JobPath programme can be felt locally - the positive effect we are having on hundreds of families is evident throughout the wider community where we live.

Part of our success is down to our ability to work with local organisations, employers and support groups. Our integration into the community and our partnerships with local organisations ensures that we all are working towards common goals. The strong relationship we have built with these organisations compliments the service we deliver here.”

Further information

The JobPath service is delivered on behalf of the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection (DEASP) and helps the long-term unemployed back into work. It supports clients with career guidance, self-employment advice, CV support, and interview and IT training.  

Call 1800 844 250 for more information.