Many of you are accustomed to our email/newsletters. Some of you are seeing this for the first time. If you do not have time to read our email now, please print it out and read it later. Our next Failte 32 periodical will be after the Summer.
The New York Irish Center, under the leadership of Paul Finnegan, will be our featured organization for July/August www.newyorkirishcenter.org.
Sincere thanks to the following:
Aoife Butler, Senior Associate with the law firm Alston & Bird, and Founder of the Irish Network-USA (www.irishnetwork-usa.com), for compiling the multiple job listings below to help any Summer J1′ers who have not yet found a job.
Joe Mcmanus who informed us that he may know of a couple of open positions available for Summer J1′ers. Joe, who is past President of the United Irish Counties Assoc. (www.uicany.org), has been a great supporter of Failte 32 and recently brought a J1 visa holder along to an Irish event at Lincoln Center where he was introduced to a number of people who gave him a number of leads, and he will hopefully get a job out of it. You can reach Joe at 917 681 4479. This shows that by attending the events of Failte 32′s affiliated organizations you will at the very least get very good job leads. See below for upcoming events in the Irish American community which by attending may help you find employment.
On leaving the Lincoln Center after the event, we were approached by a young artist who handed us a flyer from the Clean Actors Guild www.cleanactorsguild.com. Founded in 2005, they are a group of professional actors putting their collective decades of “day job” experience to work. We found this a very creative way of finding work, and see no reason why a group of Summer J1 visa holders could not develop a similar type of job initiative. Failte 32 would be glad to assist Summer J1′ers start such an initiative.
Tom Kennedy, President of the Kerry Assoc. New York for assisting us find employment for Summer J1′ ers from the Kerry region.
John Dallaire, Manager/owner Maidpro (www.maidpro.com) Long Island City, who informed us that there are open positions at the airport. Auntie Anne’s Pretzel’s. There are a few companies hiring there. If you are interested, please let us know at Failte32@gmail.com.
John Murphy, Director & Counsel at UBS Investment Bank, and Former President of the Irish Network-NYC (www.irishnetwork-nyc.com), is looking for one or two people (preferably female) on a suitable work visa who might be interested in – baby-sitting/day-minding of their one year-old son James! 5-6 hours a week, and in addition, they often need a babysitter at night. Any summer student with flexible hours and a responsible head on their shoulders might find this $15/hour (the going rate) job an opportunity. If interested, please send email to Failte32@gmail.com . Many thanks John and Carly!
Companies currently hiring:
Dave & Busters (Times Square) – host
Jamba Juice (Rockefeller Plaza) – sales associate
Bloomingdales (59th) – sales associate
Macy’s (Brooklyn) – sales associate
Marshalls (6th Ave, b/w 18th and 19th) – sales associate
Century 21 – sales associate
Marriott Hotels (all locations) – housekeeping
Apple stores – sales associate
Pinkberry yoghurt shops (various locations) – servers
Bestbuy (all locations) – cashiers
Petco (Broadway & 92nd) – sales associate
T-Mobile (various locations) – sales associate
Keep in mind that even though it’s July 4th, instead of going to the beach, consider spending some time calling into restaurants, bars etc. as they may be short staffed (staff calling out sick), and give you the opportunity to be hired immediately. It’s worked before.
Below are requests from job seekers:
My name is Natalie Doherty I am writing to you to inquire about the J-1 Trainee program. I would very much like to take part in it and find a job experience relevant to my career and interests in the states. I have gained a Bachelors degree in Fine Art Photography and a Masters in Design and Communication from the University of Ulster, Derry, N.Ireland. I would be very grateful if there are any opportunities with yourself or if you are aware of any to please let me know how i may apply. Thank you.
Natalie Doherty email@example.com
firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com Looking for any type of work for the Summer
NOTE : GUEST IS GOD.
BOSS IS ALWAYS RIGHT.
Sir / Madam ,
I Aman Gujral successfully completed my bachelors degree in hotel &
tourism management in 2011.
i did crash course in bartending.
Completed six months industrial experiance ( trainee ) in 5 star
Got the appraisal letter for the same..
I love to work in hospitality environment. I am a very hard worker
who always believe in honesty.
I can work for more than 13 hours everyday with full enthusiasm.
For me salary not matters , but experiance matters.
If being selected in your organization then i will try my best to
achieve the objective & goal of the business…
Apologies if this question is answered elsewhere on your site – i
can’t see it.
Is Failte32 only able to help Irish people ALREADY in the USA find
My partner and I – from Belfast with Irish passports – would dearly
love to relocate to NYC but we gather getting a visa to get over there
is difficult. Is this something you can help with?
Thanks in advance,
Hi how are you?
My name is Paul McMahon,im emailing you from Dublin,Ireland.I am
heading over to New York in November to try get some work as a Bar
Manager/Tender.I have nearly eight years experience then the recession
hit bad and my job was lost.The reason I am writing to you is,Im
trying to apply for the H-2B Temporary Non-Agricultural visa but Im
not sure if you need a job lined up in America?Have you dealt with
this issue before,any advice or help you can give me would be great
and very much appreciated as I would love to work in New York.
Looking for any work.
My name is Shane Flannery and my hotmail address is Shanebeltra@hotmail.com .
My Mobil number is (516) 943 1810.
Thank you Shane Flannery.
Employers, and those of you on this email/newsletter list, please view more job requests from Summer J1 visa holders in the classified section of the Irish Examiner USA. You can view the digitized version of this paper by clicking on link below (see Failte 32 ad in classified section towards end of paper). We kindly ask that you please do what you can to link them up with jobs. The Irish Examiner USA provides free classified ads for both employers and work visa holders (long and short-term) to help them get jobs, compliments of its founder, Paddy McCarthy.
Edison Job Fair
Meet companies hiring in your home town at our Edison Job Fair
Monday, July 11, 2011
11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Edison Hotel & Conference Center
3050 Woodbridge Avenue, Edison, NJ 08837
Full company list will be available on July 6, 2011 . This event will showcase companies hiring in the following industries:
Administrative and Support Services
Customer Service and Call Center
Restaurant and Food Service
And many more…
We thought the article below was interesting, ‘North Dakota, Spurred by Energy and Ag Boom, Has 3.2 Percent Unemployment’, particularly for those of you on longer-term visas. You gotta go where the jobs are!
Remember, O’Casey’s (www.ocaseysnyc.com) hosts a weekly social evening during the Summer months to provide those of you on Summer work visas with a place to meet up, exchange ideas and have a cheap night out compliments of Paul Hurley, its owner. Free food and dollar beers!!
Irish Network NYC
In This Issue
IN-NYC Summer Party 2011
IN-NYC Summer Party 2011
Date: Thursday, July 7th
Venue: Boat Basin Café
West 79th St & The Hudson River
Time: 6.30 – 11pm
Drink specials & food
Afterparty: Dublin House at 225 West 79th St
Sign Up for In-NYC Membership today !
Your IN-NYC Board Members
IRISH MOVIE NIGHT
Friday July 15th 8pm
Waking Ned Devine
(Oscar Nominee 2011)
Doors Open 7.30pm, Showtime 8pm
via Paypal, Credit or Debit Card
Tickets $11 ea.
Seniors/Students/J-1 Visa Holders $6 ea.
With Special Thanks to our Sponsor
10-40 Jackson Ave, Long Island City (Queens), NY 11101
Only one stop from Grand Central on the #7 train
Visit our website at www.nyirish.org You can help contribute to the growth and success
of Irish Movie Night by visiting our fundraising website
where you can contribute as litle as $1 to help us;
1) keep the tickets prices low 2) offer a high quality viewing
experience and 3) provide FREE hospitality
Below is an event that is being held at the Irish Consulate. If you are a longer-term visa holder looking for employment (and even someone on a Summer J1 visa), please try to come along as this is a great way to get to meet the Consulate staff, including the Consul General of Ireland, Hon. Noel Kilkenny, Deputy Consul General Jackie O’Halloran, and alumni from Irish universities who have established careers here in New York.
Alumni Spotlight Series:
Irish Children’s Literature
Oliver Goldsmith to Oliver Jeffreys
An evening discussion with Dr. Padraic Whyte
Who does not recall with pleasure the early impressions of childhood reading? What cultural and historical references were we absorbing as we read? Please join us and discover a new appreciation of a familiar area of Irish culture.
Padraic Whyte is Lecturer in Children’s Literature at the School of English, Trinity College Dublin. He is author of Irish Childhoods: Children’s Fiction and Irish History and numerous articles, essays and contributions to books on Irish children’s literature. Dr. Whyte is co-director of the recently established M.Phil in Children’s Literature, which is supported by The Pollard Collection of Children’s Books. The Pollard collection was bequeathed to TCD in 2005 by Mary “Paul” Pollard and consists of 10,000 texts ranging from the 17th century to the early 20th century.
Dr Whyte’s current research focuses on the links between Ireland, America and Children’s Literature. It was Dr. Whyte who had the idea to present a first edition of Padraic Colum’s Hawaiian tales and legends for children to President Barack Obama when he visited Dublin last month, as a gift for his daughters.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 2011
6.30 – 8.00pm
Consulate General of Ireland
345 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10154
Please email your RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, July 11
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We wish you all a very happy Forth of July and a great and safe Summer.
Failte 32 Committee