150 jobs created as part of service's expansion

Simon Cunningham
UP TO 150 jobs are being created at the Northern Ireland Child Maintenance Service in Belfast. The positions are part of a £3 million expansion at the body and will be within the division which provides services to the east of Britain. Social development minister Nelson McCausland described the announcement as "fantastic news for local people". The news completed a great seven days for the jobs market in the north which ha already seen announcements amounting to more than 1,000 posts. "Securing new jobs in the current climate is a challenge and it is testament to the hard work and [...]

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