20/03/2020

Moy Park Recruiting Hundreds Of Temporary Staff

Hundreds of jobs have been made available at Moy Park sites across Northern Ireland as the firm works to fulfil demand from shoppers.

The poultry company has seen a sharp increase in demand as grocery retail sales soar amid the coronavirus outbreak.

As a result, food production is fast becoming a frontline service and the company is in need of hundreds of full time and part time staff.
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Positions are advertised for factory and agricultural opportunities with contracts ranging from six to 12 weeks.

Those interested should email tempjobs@moypark.com or enquiries@ambitionspersonnel.com or visit www.ambitionspersonnel.com or www.graftonrecruitment.com.



(JG/CM)

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