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Thursday 12th October 2017 14:17


Information hour for the ESB Graduate Development Programme 2018 Today! / Graduate Recruitment Team
Some of our representatives from our recruitment team will giving some information about our Graduate Development Programme 2018 on Thursday 12th October 2017 from 3pm to 4pm in Gateway 3 restaurant. Come and join us for some complementary tea / coffee, cakes and pastries. Free entry into raffle. Prizes to be won.

Retirement Notice Joop Seebus ESB Telecoms Ltd / Gerry Noone All,
Our Colleage Joop Seebus will be celebrating his retirement from ESB on Thursday 19th Oct in Bar 51 Haddington Road from 5p.m. Everyone is welcome and please feel free to circulate this notice.

Events & Launches

Elaine Collins & Andrea Byrne wish to say a massive thank you to all our friends and colleagues in ESB who supported our fundraising events yesterday.
We raised a significant sum for our charity Action Ireland Trust
Our objective is to nurture a self-help project that gets students, teachers and parents engaging in a process of self-determination and linking real life opportunities through student teaching and learning from an early age. Our overall objective is to have a whole community based participation in education from childhood to adulthood in Lesotho. Your donations will help us to continue our efforts in achieving this goal and ensure it’s sustainability.
Once again, thank you for your kindness and support. We overwhelmed with your generosity. Andrea, Elaine, and Elaines daughters, Laura & Ellie

People Leaving

Retirement- Charles Cullen, ESB Networks, Athlone / david dwyer
Charles Cullen retires on Friday 20th October after 43 years service with ESB having started as an apprentice electrician in September 1974.
Charles spent much of his career in ESB Contracts as an electrician and then took on the role as a Power Quality Analyst.
Later he joined Underground Networks Asset Management where he applied his expertise. All of these roles were based from his beloved Athlone.
Charles was known as an excellent electrician and the ‘go to man’ in the Athlone depot territory. His high technical competence and diagnostic capability has been demonstrated many times throughout his long career.
Charles would like to mark the occasion with a function on Friday the 20th October from 5.30pm in Buccaneers Rugby club, The Bounty, Dubarry Park, Clonbrusk, Athlone, and wants to invite all his friends and colleagues that he has built up over the years to attend.