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Architect with min 2 years post qualification exp

first_imgArchitect with min. 2 years post qualification experienceArchitectural Technologist with min. 2 years post qualification experienceCandidates should be;RIAI Registered or eligible for RIAI Membership at Architect / Architectural Technologist level.Good construction knowledge including BC(A)R 2014.Experience of using AutoCAD Systems, Photoshop, Revit etc.Please reply enclosing CV by post to MH Associates Convent Road, Letterkenny, Co Donegal F92 HK58 or e-mail to info@mhassociates.ie, on or before Friday 2nd August 2019.Jobs: Architectural firm seeks Architect and Architectural Technologist was last modified: July 16th, 2019 by RachelRachel Tags: JOB VACANCIES: MH Associates Architects and Surveyors in Letterkenny, Co. Donegal are now hiring.The professional and well-established firm currently has vacancies for the following positions; ShareTweetcenter_img donegaljob vacancymh associateslast_img read more

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first_imgShareTweet “Thousands of people are displaced daily by the horrors of war, persecution and poverty.“It’s absolutely vital that people fleeing war and persecution have a welcoming, safe and secure environment in which to live. We all have a part to play in achieving this. “The launch of a new report by PPR and Housing 4 All is welcome in highlighting many of the issues faced by refugees and asylum seekers including poverty, poor housing conditions and health issues. “In a housing survey, 31% of respondents stated that their home was not safe, liveable or secure. These are damning figures. COUNCILLOR PATRICIA LOGUEDEPARTMENT FOR COMMUNITIESHousing 4 AllLogue welcomes new report on refugee human rightsParticipation & Practice Of RightsSinn Fein SINN Féin Councillor Patricia Logue has welcomed the launch of a new report which promotes the human rights and the right to housing of refugees and asylum seekers. Commenting after Participation & Practice Of Rights (PPR) and Housing 4 All launched a report on Refugee Week, the party’s local Housing Spokesperson said: “This week marks Refugee Week and an opportunity to raise the plight of refugees – but also to highlight the vital contribution they make to our communities. “Everyone has a right to proper living conditions. We will continue to raise these issues at future meetings with the Housing Executive and the Department for Communities.”Logue welcomes new report on refugee human rights was last modified: June 19th, 2019 by John2John2 Tags:last_img read more

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