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JMK Solicitors are the leading litigation practice in Northern Ireland. We can offer a competitive benefits package including: ✅ Bonus Opportunities ✅ Company Pension, with company contributing 5% of annual salary ✅ Minimum of 30 days holiday per annum to include public holidays ✅ Private Health Care for team member and dependents includes consultations, tests, scans and cancer care plus up to £7.7k annual cash benefits including health screening, therapy, optical and dental ✅ Employee Assistance Programme -24/7 Mental Health and Counselling Care for team and family ✅ Life Insurance - 3 times annual salary ✅ Gym Membership ✅ Optional Health Checks and annual Health and Wellbeing Events ✅ Monthly Recognition Rewards and Vouchers
Company Overview Kearys Motor Group is Ireland’s largest family-owned motor group, with 13 dealerships in Dublin, Cork and Limerick. Our people come first, as we strive to recruit and retain the best people to meet our customers’ high expectations when buying and servicing their car, bike or van from Kearys. We are proud to be certified as a Great Place to Work in our first year on the programme. This accreditation is an endorsement of all our people and affirms that we are on the right track as we drive the business forward. With award-winning sales staff, dedicated financial advisors, a superb aftersales department, and a first-class business development centre, we are passionate about providing exemplary customer care. Working as a team we strive to achieve exceptional standards in this area, placing a strong emphasis on staff training, together with considerable facility development, which remains on-going. Kearys Motor Group's commitment to excellence and its reputation as a Great Place to Work aligns perfectly with the company's core values, The Keary Way. The Keary Way comprises of three core pillars: People First, Customer Driven, and Professional. Role Overview Kearys Motor Group is looking for top calibre candidates to join its winning team. We are currently seeking to recruit an Apprentice Technician to join our dynamic, growing team in Rent-A-Van dealership, Kinsale Road Roundabout, Ballyphehane, Cork. Looking to move your career into next gear? Apply today to be a part of our success story. Role Responsibilities:
Chef de Partie Apprentice
We are a very busy city centre restaurant and our focus is on good quality food, locally sourced. We make everything from scratch and have our own dedicated production kitchen on site. We operate 7 days per week. We have 5 restaurants in our group, each offering a unique dining and culinary experience, this enables us to provide opportunities to learn in a variety of kitchen environments and a wide range of culinary styles. We are looking for candidates who are passionate and inquisitive about food. A successful candidate will have excellent communication skills, a good work ethic and keen desire to learn. Our apprentices will join our team with the support of our dedicated Apprenticeship Management Team and work with mentors, some of whom have successfully completed Apprenticeships themselves. We are dedicated to providing a positive working environment with lots of training and development opportunities both through the apprenticeship and also with many in-house courses. The successful candidate will have:
Mechanical Automation and Maintenance Fitter Apprentice
Induchem Group aims to be the go-to global process equipment solutions partner to the world’s leading manufacturing and energy industries, recognized for safety and sustainability. Expert people, best-in-class products and exceptional services, maximizing customer uptime through innovation and reliability. This requires integrity, flexibility and excellence. Operating since 1982, Induchem Ireland and UK are currently focused on growing the business and associated customer opportunities and optimizing ‘end-to-end’ employee experience across both. What’s unique about working at Induchem? How the diversity of our market sectors, products and services accelerates your talent development. In addition, there is competitive pay & benefits, flexibility and much more. Due to continued expansion and growth, we are looking to recruit a suitable candidate for a 4 year Mechanical automation and maintenance fitter apprenticeship. The apprenticeship offers the right candidate an exciting opportunity to be an integral part of our Valve Repair Team with fantastic career development prospects. RESPONSIBILITIES This is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate to develop in a dynamic and innovative work environment.
Who we are? At Mergon, we mould ideas for a sustainable future. We work with leading brands like Tesla, Landrover, Xerox and Abbott to design, manufacture and deliver sustainable products for the vehicles and equipment of the future. We care deeply about our colleagues, customers and our community and we have a curiosity that constantly pushes us to innovate and improve. We are competent, capable and we invest in our people and in our processes to ensure we continue to grow and do our best work every day. Apprenticeship:
Motor Mechanics Apprentice
Main Purpose of Job: At Connolly Motor Group we are one of Irelands No.1 Aftersales Dealers for Audi, Volkswagen, Mercedes-Benz, SEAT, Cupra, Volvo, Hyundai and MG with sites in Ballina, Sligo, Galway and Letterkenny. Due to expansion and as part of our on-going Apprenticeship Programme we are currently recruiting 1st year Service Apprentices within Motor Mechanics to join our growing team in Volkswagen Ballina. The role: The apprenticeship offered will be for a 4-year period and will involve both on the job and off the job training. On successful completion of your apprenticeship, you will receive a nationally and internationally recognised FETAC Level 6 Craft Certificate. The person: Skills and Competencies: We understand the importance of investing in our apprentices, we provide a fully equipped toolbox to the value of €3,000, training and development, uniforms, working with world class brands, employee assistance programme, career progression post apprenticeship, further education and other benefits. If you are driven, customer focused, with a continuous improvement mindset we would be interested to hear from you.
Role Description: We are recruiting apprentices to join our team to work on a wide range of energy efficiency retrofit projects in the Midwest region with the primary responsibility of carrying out gas service alterations amongst other works including the installation of oil, gas boiler, heating control upgrades as well as heat pump installations. In return, we provide suitable applicants very competitive packages along with all the training and support required to enable you to maximise your potential in this exciting sector. Key Responsibilities: Company Background: TP Gas Services has been delivering the highest quality Gas, Plumbing and Heating services for over 30 years From leaky water pipes and boiler repairs to the installation of gas fireplaces or renewable options, we do it all. Using state of the art equipment, our team of fitters and service technicians are comprehensively skilled and qualified to the highest standards to deliver a service that meets your needs. Salary: Phase 2 (€274.14 Gross) Phase 4 (€411.26 Gross) Phase 6 (€616.88 Gross) 4th Year (€740.26 Gross) Schedule: Monday to Friday (Overtime as required) Ability to commute/relocate: Limerick City & County reliably commute or plan to relocate before starting work (required)
Locations: Birr, Portlaoise, Roscrea Town and Tullamore Typical tasks/responsibilities A career in arboriculture is best suited for those interested in the care and study of trees. An interest is necessary in working outdoors in a physically challenging environment with a good head for heights whilst keeping fit and learning new challenges in a continually changing environment – as every tree is unique in its own right. Arborists manage trees, hedgerows and shrubs. The work is undertaken in both rural and urban settings and includes all aspects of felling, pruning, thinning, rigging, section felling, preserving, planting and protecting trees, sometimes using heavy equipment. They also provide information and advice on specific tree-related issues. There is an increasing focus on maintaining a safe relationship between the trees, their immediate environment and the general public. The role of the Arborist is to carry out any required arboriculture works in a correct manner that meets the objectives in its environment and to industry standards. The arborist should possess the skills that enable him/her to carry out such work in a manner that doesn’t put them, their crew, or the general public at risk nor cause damage to existing structures, whilst meeting required standards. Knowledge Equipment Distinguish the use and application of arboricultural equipment. Undertake a full range of tree surgery works using a range of equipment both from the ground and a tree. Take appropriate care of tools, equipment and customer property and PPE (Personal Protective Equipment). Awareness of the impact of the mis-use of equipment. Health & Safety • Evaluate current environmental, wildlife and health and safety legislation, standards and codes of practice in relation to arboricultural works. Specialist knowledge of the legislation relating to trees e.g. Tree Preservation Orders and Conservation Areas. Forest Service Felling Acts, electrical safety for working in the vicinity of power lines. Hazard Tree assessments and Survey. Tree protection for Construction projects. Traffic Management. Traffic Management obligations. Basic electrical awareness for Utility Arborist. Role Purpose • Demonstrate an understanding of the benefits of trees, the principles of their establishment, growth and the care of trees and shrubs. Demonstrate an awareness and understanding of other disciplines, such as forestry. Procedures • Define the procedures and specific instructions for dealing with incidents and emergencies. Demonstrate an understanding of the structure and distribution of electrical lines and different voltages in relation to this occupational field. Demonstrate competencies in pre-work planning assessments, following method statements and job aids which are site specific. Scientific Principles Proposed minimum entry requirements for apprentices on the programme From contact with stakeholders in the industry, we have identified potential issues with literacy and numeracy. GR ETB has a well-developed support structure already used within our apprenticeships to help participants with any literacy and numeracy issues. GR ETB has developed a ‘Study and Learning Handbook’ along with an ‘Introductory Maths Course’ which we intend to adapt for use with this apprenticeship. This innovative approach intervenes at Phase 1 of the apprenticeship cycle to support apprentices on their journey to successfully completing all phases of their apprenticeship as well as providing an integrated literacy and numeracy service. The following are our proposed minimum entry requirements: • Must be employed by an ‘approved employer’; • Level 4 Award or equivalent; • Non EU applicants will be subject to work permit regulations; • Apprentices must provide evidence demonstrating English language competence at B1 in reading and writing OR • Have a minimum of 12 months’ relevant experience in a related trade and/or Arborist employment; • Attend interview with Subject Matter Expert and GRETB personnel;
Metal Fabrication Apprentice
The Metal Fabricator’s job includes the reading of drawings, working with materials such as low carbon steel, stainless steel, alloy steel and aluminium. The fabricator is involved in such industries as constructional steel, pressure vessel, tank and boiler manufacture, ship building and ship repair also general engineering. The skills required are wide and varied. They include skills such as measuring, marking out, cutting and welding materials using different processes and assembly techniques. The Metal Fabricator will spend some time outdoors and may be required to work on heights. At the end of the apprenticeship, the craftsperson will be able to demonstrate competence in the following skills: Use, care and safety on the following machines and equipment: • Guillotine • Press brake • Rolls • Ironworker • Mechanical saws • Drills • Cutting • Forming • Welding Operations involve mechanical and thermal cutting, marking, drilling,notching, bending, rolling, forming and welding using various materials Pattern development Parallel line, radial line and triangulation methods Specialist Skills Workshop practice including: • Safe use and maintenance of tools and equipment • Marking out • Drilling • Tapping • Riveting Technical drawing: • Interpretation of first and third angle projections • Isometric, oblique and free hand sketching Personal Skills • Communications • Customer relations • Adaptability • Ability to work as a team member • Ability to work independently • Initiative • Problem solving • Planning • Information gathering • Quality systems • Safety
Farm Manager Apprentice
The farm manager will develop, manage, and monitor farm systems (e.g. health& safety, produce quality control, food assurance and traceability, environmental management, herd and plant health/bio-security, farm software systems, and farm administration). They will manage farm personnel and lead team outcomes. The farm manager working on a home farm or as an employed manager will be able to: Manage and lead farm business activities and operations.Lead a team, allocate and manage resources.Evaluate and apply key technical concepts and research findings for areas such as soil management, grass/crop production, animal and crop nutrition, breeding and reproductive management, and herd and crop Health Management. Produce safe quality food.Analyse and solve problems associated with managing a farming business.Manage, monitor and report on farm finances.Plan and evaluate farm business performance.Analyse options and opportunities.Develop, implement and review farm and business goals.Select and operate software systems for farm administration, financial management, and human resources.Negotiate relevant contracts with processors and suppliers. Knowledge 1. Analyse information and solve problems. 2. Interpret and implement research findings. 3. Understand farm metrics 4. Analyse financial records and determine the costs of production. 5. Generate budgets and manage cash flow. 6. Manage staff and contractors. 7. Devise work routines, delegate tasks, and plan labour efficiencies. 8. Allocate farm resources. 9. Set goals and appraise capital investments. 10. Knowledge of food safety and quality. 11. Comply with safety, health, welfare, and environmental legislation. 12. Knowledge of wider industry, market demands 13. Apply the latest knowledge relating to areas such as animal husbandry, crop husbandry, and soil management. Skills 2. Develop and implement a health and biosecurity plan. 3. Select and utilise recording systems and financial tools. 4. Plan effective use of farm resources. 5. Interpret key financial farm reports. 6. Access, evaluate and use knowledge and information. 7. Determine farm infrastructure and facility requirements. 8. Negotiate and communicate effectively. 9. Manage farm safety and control hazards. 10. Produce food safely to recognised standards 11. Plan and set goals. 12. Lead, motivate and work in a team. 13. Schedule work and supervise farm staff. 14. Oversee compliance with regulatory requirements. 15. Manage a farm. Competences 1. Work autonomously and lead a team 2. Set farm and personal goals. 3. Determine key performance indicators for a farm business. 4. Use reports, data and budgets to implement a farm plan 5. Prioritise and set operational farm goals. 6. Plan and implement work programmes and delegate responsibilities. 7. Apply a problem-solving approach to farm operations and farm management. 8. Manage farm traceability, farm assurance processes, sustainability, and environmental compliance. 9. Manage farm safety, health, and welfare. 10. Manage professional development for self and co-workers. 11. Communicate effectively. 12. Lead a team. Applicants must hold one of the following qualifications: ● Level 6 farm technician apprenticeship qualification or ● QQI Level 6 Advance Certificate in Agriculture or ● Level 6 Higher Certificate in Agriculture or a Level 7/8 higher education agricultural award. or ● A qualification deemed equivalent on the Irish National Framework of Qualifications to any of the qualifications listed above