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21/04/2017

US Firm To Create Business Academy

A US packaging firm is set to launch a Global Business Service Academy in Belfast.

Bemis announced in January that it was establishing a European Business Service Centre in Campsie, L'Derry, creating up to 95 positions.

To help recruit for these roles, Bemis is launching a five-week academy to equip participants with the skills required to fulfil business financial service roles in their new centre.
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Successful academy participants will be interviewed for a full-time position with the company, offering a competitive salary.

The five-week academy, supported by the Department for the Economy and delivered in partnership with the North West Regional College, will also see successful participants gain industry recognised qualifications.

Previous experience is not required but applicants must possess an HND or degree in any discipline. For further information and to apply visit the Mindmill website. The closing date for applications is Monday, 8th May.

(MH/JP)

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