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PM Group has announced 110 new graduate roles ahead of graduate careers fairs in Ireland, the UK and Belgium. 65 of these roles will be based in Ireland.

Leading edge

The new graduate roles will be spread across mechanical and electrical engineering, process and building services. Successful applicants will start on the Group’s two-year, award-winning NEXT Graduate Programme, giving them the opportunity to work on leading-edge projects for leading multinational companies.

With offices in Ireland, mainland Europe, Asia and the United States, PM Group offers graduates the opportunity to be part of an expert multi-discipline team, with opportunities to travel and work abroad.

Begin your journey with us

Dave Egan, Group Head of Recruitment, PM Group, said: “We are really looking forward to virtually meeting students at the upcoming Careers Fairs and college events. To have 110 roles available on our NEXT Graduate Programme is an excellent opportunity for ambitious graduates to begin their career journey at an industry leading business. Joining PM Group will give graduates the opportunity to play a role in the delivery of international, complex and important projects. We would encourage all students to come and speak to us.”

Make a difference

Despite the impact of COVID-19 on the global economy, PM Group’s clients have continued to invest. The sectors in which they operate are also very active dealing with the consequences of the pandemic.  Therapeutics and vaccine manufacturing, food and consumer goods processing, medical devices and diagnostics, as well as data centres are attracting significant investment to meet rapidly evolving needs.

Meet us

All careers fairs are virtual

  • 30th September - 1st October 2020 - gradireland

  • 5th October 2020 - GMIT (Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology)

  • 8th October 2020  -  UL (University of Limerick)

  • 12th October 2020 -  UCC (University College Cork)

  • 13th October 2020 - LIT (Limerick Institute of Technology)

  • 14th October 2020   -  UCD (University College Dublin)

  • 14th October 2020 - London South Bank University

  • 15th October 2020  -  CIT (Cork Institute of Technology)

  • 15th October 2020 - Sligo Institute of Technology

  • 21st October 2020  -  TUD (Technology University of Dublin)

  • 22nd October 2020  -  TCD (Trinity College Dublin)

  • 22nd October 2020 - Queens University

  • 29th October - Nottingham Trent University

  • 5th November 2020 - Ulster University

  • 18th November 2020 - University of Birmingham (Chemical Engineering Talk)

  • 25th November 2020 - Loughborough University

  • 2nd December 2020 - UCL (University College London - Biochemical Engineering Talk)


More dates and locations to follow


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