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Catherina Cunnane
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Catherina Cunnane hails from a sixth-generation drystock and specialised pedigree suckler enterprise in Co. Mayo. She currently holds the positions of editor and general manager at That's Farming, having joined the firm during its start-up phase in 2015.
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BRB Homes launch major recruitment campaign for 20 new employees

Swinford, Co Mayo-based, BRB Homes, has launched a major recruitment campaign for 20 new employees on the back of spiralling demand for factory-built homes in the country.

The firm is seeking a structural engineer, a quantity surveyor, two architectural technicians, a store/yard operator, two roofers, tilers, an apprentice electrician, an appreciate carpenter, an apprentice steel fabricator, customer service representatives, ground workers, a spray painter, carpenters, steel fabricators, a book-keeper, and a cleaner.

Donal Byrne, CEO of BRB Homes and proprietor of pedigree cattle herd, Big Red Limousins and Eileen’s Bar in Aghamore, made the announcement during the most recent episode of Alan Clarke’s Big News Coming Soon Podcast, which the firm are sponsors for this season, over the weekend.

BRB Homes

He told podcast host, Clarke: “At the moment, we need twenty staff immediately with potentially another 20 in 12 months.”

“My workforce at the moment is 57, so we are going to add 20 to that and then another 20. There are a variety of roles because the company is growing so much, and we have hundreds of customers.”

“We are going to offer incentives for people to come home from Australia, the UK and Canada to where you should be.”

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“I believe in putting investment back in. I am delighted to announce that I am building a building down at Ireland West Airport, Knock, a school in Ballinrobe, a school in Brickens and I have priced another four schools in Mayo.”

In a post on his social media pages, Byrne, said: “BRB Houses are building factory-built homes aerated in a controlled environment to help solve the housing crisis.”

“This is the future. We deal directly with the customer; you are not dealing with the builder as you are dealing directly with us from planning to handing you the keys.”

“A factory-built home is faster, cheaper, and easier to heat. These are family homes to last a lifetime. We use heavy-grade high-grade steel, all CE certified from locally based Thompson Butler Steel, one of the countries largest steel manufacturers.”

“Demand has gone through the roof, so if you want to be part of this exciting opportunity, get out of the traffic of the cities or come home from abroad to Mayo, email your CV to – [email protected],” he concluded.

Big News Coming Soon Podcast – Alan Clarke 

To read more about BRB Homes, visit its website – www.brbhomes.ie

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