Offaly County Council wishes to invite applications for the following position:
POST OF LIBRARY ASSISTANT
€24,602-€40,589 PER ANNUM
Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons. Panels may be formed on the basis of interview from which successful candidates may be appointed as appropriate vacancies arise within the life of the panel.
Qualifications, particulars of posts and application forms are available from: The Human Resources Section, Offaly County Council, Áras an Chontae, Charleville Road, Tullamore, Co. Offaly (057-9357422) or can be downloaded from the website www.offaly.ie/jobs
Completed applications should be lodged not later than 4:00pm on Thursday 21st October 2021 to the Senior Executive Officer, Human Resources, Offaly County Council, Áras an Chontae, Charleville Road, Tullamore, Co. Offaly.
Offaly County Council reserves the right to shortlist applications having regard to pre-determined criteria based on the requirements of the position and to the likely number of vacancies to be filled.
Offaly County Council is an equal opportunities employer.
Covering news and sport across the Midlands, with four titles - the Westmeath Topic, Athlone Topic, Offaly Topic and Meath Topic, the independently owned media group has grown to become of the largest since it's founding in 1971.
Printed at the newspapers print house in Mullingar, each week we bring our readers an average of 72 pages of the most up-to-date local news and sport and with a combined circulation of 10,000 papers weekly. That means that 40,000 people read Topic Newspapers each week.
Founded with the intention of being “a local magazine, aimed at all sections of the public”, in it’s first edition, the editor wrote:
“It is our intention to provide a bright, colourful magazine with the emphasis on articles, items of news and pictures, of interest to Mullingar, Westmeath and the Midlands generally.....”
“....The first step has been taken and we look forward to providing the community with an additional voice. Much within our community is worthy of comment. Today, more than ever, we feel there is a need for a medium to carry such comment, as well as helping in other ways to inform and entertain our readers...”
Those words still remain true to 'Topic' - a newspaper group locally owned, produced and printed, and readers can still rely on the credibility found within the pages of Topic Newspapers each week.
We hope to continue to serve the people of the Midlands with the same mentality in the years ahead - determined to serve our growing readership with the stories and coverage they want from all over the Midlands, and beyond.