Continuing our Successful Working Relationship with Pollock Lifts

Continuing our Successful Working Relationship with Pollock Lifts

We have been working with Pollock Lifts in Carrickfergus since 2015 and have helped them to fill vacancies in a range of different roles including Storeman, Forklift Driver, Steel-Saw Operative and CNC Operative. There are currently six of our clients now in full-time employment with Pollock Lifts.

Ciaran McNamee, Production Manager, Pollock Lifts commented; “We have partnered with Network Personnel to fill a range of vacancies within our company. They were able to provide us with access to a pool of suitable clients to interview. As a supplier of high quality lifts which meet both domestic and commercial requirements, we are particularly careful in our selection process and appreciated Network Personnel’s support in helping us with this.”

Julie McClean, Employment Coach, Network Personnel added; “Pollock Lifts have made the transition into employment very easy for our clients. We have had the pleasure of seeing first hand our clients in their job roles and the positive impact it has had on their lives. We look forward to continuing our great relationship and supporting our community together.”

Ciaran McNamee, Pollock Lifts and Julie McClean, Network Personnel

During their time with us the successful clients completed free training including Health & Safety, Manual Handling, Construction Skills Register (CSR) as well as CV building workshops and interview preparation. Through this they were in a good position to secure an interview and enter employment. Pollock Lifts made the application process easy for both ourselves and our clients. We are so pleased to see the progress they have made.

We would like to thank Ciaran and Pollock Lifts for their continued support and look forward to building on this relationship further with many more success stories.

If you are an employer who would like help to fill vacancies in your business please contact us on 028 7963 1032 or email

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