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Sales Representative - Self Employed Agent

Eagles Rock Services
Nationwide
Full-time
Part-time

Sales Representative -  Self-employed agent. Average €450 per deal, paid daily - Does this appeal to you? Be your own Boss Card payments are booming. Banks are over charging. And small business owners are ready for a better way. That’s where you come in. And that’s why we need sales people at the top of their game.  As a Self Employed agent, you can earn at least €50k OTE with an innovative company that’s poised to profit from the ongoing demise of cash. The role: We’re after the best field sales representatives in the game. Skilled sellers who can close and negotiate with SMEs. Working Part-time Full time, you are your own boss, who sets their own targets. Working in your local area, you’ll be introducing decision makers to the most attractive range of products in town, from Chip & PIN to e-Commerce and over the phone payments, as well as many other business-boosting add ons.  Offering same day/ next day settlements and many more add ons. We are looking for people all across the Island of Ireland inc. Northern Ireland Do you want the freedom of Being Your Boss? Getting paid daily commissions? Part Time, Full time or a value added service to your existing services. Apply Now.

16 days ago

Baggage Handler/ Airport Ramp Agent

Swissport
Dublin
€10.51 - €11.56 per hour
Part-time
Permanent

We are currently recruiting for Ramp Services Agents based in Dublin Airport. These are permanent part time positions available from immediately. The starting rate is €10.51 per hour and you will be guaranteed a minimum of 30 hours per week for the summer months and a minimum of 20 hours for the winter months with overtime readily available. Hours & shift times are flexible to suit both parties. You must be able to obtain an Airport Airside ID - by providing a full 5 year background check and Police clearance. Job Summary To provide all necessary and required under-wing ground support services as contracted by the customer to include but not be limited to loading and unloading baggage and cargo, marshalling, water and lavatory servicing. Benefits Include; Equal Employment Opportunity Statement Swissport as an equal opportunity employer bases its hiring decisions on the business need and the best qualified candidates available, and does not discriminate in its employment decisions on the basis of any protected category. Candidates who are offered employment may be subject to a criminal record and other background checks as permitted or required by company policy or applicable law.

14 days ago

General Operative (Cleaning & Security)

Swissport
Dublin
€10.15 - €11.44 per hour
Part-time
Permanent

Swissport are currently recruiting for Aircraft Services Operative (Cleaning & Security) based in Dublin Airport. The starting rate is €10.15 per hour increasing to €11.44 after successful completion of training programme.  and you will be guaranteed a minimum of 20 hours per week with overtime readily available.You must be able to obtain an Airport Airside ID - by providing a full 5 year background check and Police clearance. Job Summary Cleaning Agents provide a variety of professional cleaning services to ensure aircraft are well presented on both the interior and exterior. This includes (but not be limited) to performing a range of interior and exterior cleaning as contacted by the airline. Other duties may include cleaning office or retail facilities and the operation of specialist ground servicing equipment.   Benefits Include; Equal Employment Opportunity Statement Swissport as an equal opportunity employer bases its hiring decisions on the business need and the best qualified candidates available, and does not discriminate in its employment decisions on the basis of any protected category. Candidates who are offered employment may be subject to a criminal record and other background checks as permitted or required by company policy or applicable law.

14 days ago

Trainee Healthcare/Social Care Workers Required

Navan EDP CLG
Meath
Full-time
Part-time

Trainee Healthcare/Social Care Workers Required (Community Employment Programme) Navan, Kells, Ratoath, Ashbourne and Dunboyne Are you on a Social Welfare payment for a year or more and over 21 years of age? You can train FREE OF CHARGE for a QQI Level 5 Qualification in Healthcare with work experience included and keep your Social Welfare payment + receive a supplement of €22.50.  If you are on a reduced payment, your payment will increase to a single rate of €220.50. This is a great opportunity to gain a qualification and valuable experience. Healthcare Assistants are in high demand, opportunities exist for Full Time, Part Time and Flexible Working Hours in the Health Care Industry. Previous participants of this course now work with the Elderly, in Respite, Residential and Home Care services and in various Day Services for people with mild to moderate Intellectual Disabilities. During this traineeship / Community Employment Programme you will receive classroom training and work placement in a healthcare or social care setting, whilst attaining your full QQI level 5 in Healthcare. There are opportunities in Navan, Kells, Ratoath, Ashbourne and Dunboyne. Where possible we try to place people in the location closest to where they live.  If you meet the following criteria you are eligible to apply:  · Be on a Social Welfare payment for a year or more · Be over 21 years of age For more info: Call the office on 046 9071938 or email navanedp@gmail.com to request more information.

29 days ago

Trainee Recruitment Consultant (IT positions)

Allen Recruitment
Dublin
Full-time
Permanent

Trainee Recruitment Consultant (IT positions)  Job Reference: BBBH 13089 EU citizenship or Stamp 4 required  We are currently hiring trainee recruitment consultants to join our IT and non-IT recruitment teams.  We offer structured Training Program, and the chance to develop a very rewarding career in an international environment, and to join a strong team, who support and challenge each other to continually grow and learn.  You will specialise in some of these business areas: software/ web development, testing, networking/ IT engineering, IT project management, tech support, etc., hiring for many of the world’s best known multinational companies as well as niche SMEs, across EU locations. We are among the top trusted vendors for a lot of global pioneers who develop/ utilise the latest technology tools.  Must-have skills to be considered for this job (it’s imperative that these are satisfied and come through clearly on the CV during your experience/ college/ extracurricular activities):  * Honour’s degree; nice to have a post-graduate or master’s degree  * Experience in a customer facing role or fast-paced office environment  * Exceptional written and oral communications skills, with an excellent command of English * Leadership ability and winning mentality, motivated by success and career progression  * Strong personality and of an outgoing nature to be able to work well as a team member  * Outstanding attention to detail  * As a Trainee/ Junior Recruitment Consultant, you need to be able to work hard, follow established processes, but also to take initiative when needed  * Able to thrive within a fast-paced, target-driven environment, while maintaining high quality standards in the day to day work activities  * Ability to showcase all above skills in your CV and throughout the interview process  Daily Challenges: Trainee/ Junior Recruiter  * Candidate Screening– you will be conducting high volume candidate screening, which includes reviewing job applicants and passive candidate profiles, and conducting telephone and onsite interviews to assess candidate suitability for Allen Recruitment vacancies  * Candidate Management– you will be responsible for all communications with, and the management of your candidates during the recruitment process, from initial screening to the offer stage, working in conjunction with an experienced account manager Advanced/ Senior Recruiter  * Candidate Searching / Sourcing– you will become an expert in searching our database and many other databases, identifying candidates with the right profiles for your clients’ needs. We have a tested and trusted method of searching, developed over 20 years, which we will teach you after you have successfully completed the initial training program  *Client Communication– you will become a market expert who consults with clients on market trends, and candidate availability/ suitability.  You need to communicate with our clients in a professional and informed manner, onsite, over the phone, and via email.  What we offer:  * Competitive Salary, with guaranteed bonus for the first 3 months  * 22 days’ annual leave  * Promotion is based on your billing, so you are in control of how quickly your career progresses.  Each promotion comes with additional benefits, including:  * Increased base salary  * Company phone  * Flexi hours  * Additional days annual leave  * Gym membership  * Educational assistance  * Health insurance  * Pension contribution  * Car allowance  * Fabulous coffee, fruit, award and incentives scheme, and social outings  * Career progression– as an expanding company we need recruiters to grow into Operations Team Leaders, Recruitment Account Managers, Business Development Managers. We only hire the best and promote from within.  We do not offer VISA Sponsorship; all applicants must able to work in Ireland on the day of the application.  Appliction Process: If you are interested in this position, send us your CV, accompanied by a cover letter, which we will review within 24hours.  Allen Recruitment are an established Recruitment Consultancy Firm, based in London, Dublin, Cork, and Poland, with reputation for identifying rare skills and talent, and for providing excellent client service and quality candidate experience. We work with companies in the information technology, finance, and health industries, providing staff to fill both IT and non-IT jobs in Ireland, the UK, Poland, and beyond. The areas we specialise in include Software Programming, Testing, Networking, Finance, Project Management, HR, Customer Service, Sales, Marketing, Multilingual, and more

30+ days ago

Aircraft Maintenance & Engineering Apprenticeship 2019

Aer Lingus
Dublin
Full-time
Apprenticeship

Role name: Aircraft Engineer Apprenticeship Department name: Maintenance & Engineering Dublin We are Proud to launch our 2019 Aircraft Engineer Apprenticeship in conjunction with SOLAS, Further Education & Training Authority in Ireland. Applications are currently being invited for suitably interested and motivated individuals to apply for the Aer Lingus Aircraft Engineer Apprenticeship. If you have a strong interest in this field then this is your opportunity to become part of the airline’s highly skilled Maintenance and Engineering team and train and qualify as an Aircraft Engineer. This is an excellent opportunity to become part of our September 2019 intake of new Aer Lingus Aircraft Apprentices. As part of our broader commitment to diversity and inclusion, Aer Lingus is keen to attract candidates that can add variety and diversity to our programme. We encourage applications from all profiles and backgrounds. To be considered for the programme, candidates must meet the following criteria: Essential Criteria: Closing Date: Wednesday 1st May 2019 AER LINGUS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER

8 days ago

Garda Trainees 2019

An Garda Síochána
Ireland
€30,296 per year
Full-time
Trainee

Garda Trainee Recruitment Competition 2019 The Government has approved an overall vision for the Garda workforce to bring the strength of the Service to 15,000 Garda members, 4,000 civilian staff and 2,000 Garda Reserves by 2021. As well as investing in its people, the organisation will invest in ICT infrastructure and equipment. An Garda Síochána is a dynamic organisation in which staff members can enjoy a rewarding and worthwhile career of service to the communities and people of Ireland. Commission on the Future of Policing The Report of the Commission on the Future of Policing in Ireland (CoFPI) was published in September 2018 and is the output of significant consultation with public representatives; government officials; academics in Ireland and abroad; officials from other jurisdictions; Gardaí of all ranks; Garda staff; and the public. The CoFPI Report outlines the drivers for change and presents a clear vision for the future of An Garda Síochána. The consultation by the Commission led to the development of 10 key principles for the future of policing in Ireland, and a comprehensive set of recommendations to meet not just current, but also future challenges. These are set out in the ‘A Policing Service for the Future’ Implementing the Report of the Commission on the Future of Policing in Ireland. Reflecting the Diversity of Irish Society The CoFPI calls for a reflection of the diversity of Irish Society within the Irish Police Service, “diverse not only in gender and ethnicity, but also in socio-economic, educational and geographical background”. In terms of educational background you don’t need Irish to apply to be one of our new Garda Trainees, however, you must have proven proficiency in 2 languages one of which must be English or Irish. There is no requirement to have a degree prior to entering the police service as a trainee, however if you are in the final year of completing a degree when offered a place in the Garda College we can be flexible with your start date to enable you to complete your final year. We welcome applications for Garda trainees that represent any or all of these categories and that represent our nation in 2019 and beyond. Our campaign welcomes people who might not have previously considered a career as a Garda member. They may have the skills we need, but might not have thought they could transfer those to being a Garda. Policing is a highly rewarding career where every day you can make a difference to the lives of individuals and communities. We want to encourage people from all walks of life to join us – ethnic, religious, socio-economic. We are looking for diversity not only in background, but also in skills. An Garda Síochána is embracing our diverse society and will consider, subject to operational, health and safety requirements alterations to the Garda uniform to take account of religious and ethnic requirements Conditions for Entry - Eligibility Entry to An Garda Síochána is governed by the Garda Síochána (Admissions & Appointments) Regulations, 2013 (click http://www.irishstatutebook.ie/eli/2013/si/470/made/en/print) or any amendments to those Regulations for the duration of the campaign. An overview of the eligibility criteria is outlined below, however, please refer to the Regulations for detailed requirements. To be eligible for selection as a Trainee, an applicant must: (i) Be of good character. (ii) Be certified by a Registered Medical Practitioner (nominated by the Commissioner after consultation with the Minister) to be in good health, of sound constitution and suited physically and mentally to performing the duties of a member of the Service. (iii) Have passed a Physical Competence Test (iv) Be 18 years of age but not yet 35 years of age on midnight of the 24 th April, 2019, therefore you must have been born between 25th April 1984 and 24th April 2001. (v) (a) Be a national of a European Union Member State, or (b) Be a national of a European Economic Area State or the Swiss Confederation; or (c) Be a Refugee under the Refugee Act, 1996; or (d) Have had a period of one year’s continuous residence in the State on the closing date of the advertisement for the competition for the vacancy to which the admission relates, and during the eight years immediately preceding that period, has had a total residence in the State amounting to four years; (e) Has been granted subsidiary protection, or is a family member of such a person, in compliance with the Admissions and Appointments Regulations 2013. (vi) Have by the closing date: (a) obtained an Irish Leaving Certificate with a grade D3 minimum in five subjects at Ordinary Level*, or (b) hold a Level 5 Certificate (Major award) on the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ), or (c) hold a recognised qualification (at Level 5 or greater), deemed comparable to the above in terms of both level and volume of learning as determined by Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI) AND (d) Must have a proven proficiency in two languages; one of which must be Irish or English. Such competency may be proven by achieving the relevant grades in an Irish Leaving Certificate or for English or Irish through such assessments as set out by the Public Appointments Service. The contents and scoring mechanism to be used at the assessments (written and oral) will be determined by the Public Appointments Service (PAS). Please click here for further information. *Subjects taken at Foundation Level Leaving Certificate are not considered equivalent for entry to this competition. In certain cases a Pass in the Applied Leaving Certificate may be deemed equivalent to an Ordinary Leaving Certificate. In addition, applicants must also have proven proficiency in two languages as set out in 3 (vi) (d) above. The Public Appointments Service may verify the validity of qualifications other than the Leaving Certificate with Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI). Applicants should not contact QQI directly. Candidates may however refer to www.naric.ie which offers advice on the academic recognition of foreign qualifications in Ireland. (vii) All applicants must have relinquished all previous employment prior to entry to the Garda College and may not be on a career break from any such employment upon entry. Determining eligibility requirements You should note that candidates’ qualifications/eligibility may not be confirmed until the latter stages of the selection process, therefore, those candidates who do not possess the essential requirements on the closing date for the competition and who proceed with their application are putting themselves to unnecessary expense and will not be offered a position from this campaign. Candidates who are unable to show that they hold the required qualifications may be withdrawn from the campaign at any stage. An invitation to test, interview or any element of the selection process is not acceptance of eligibility by the Public Appointments Service and /or An Garda Síochána. 4. Application Streams As part of this recruitment campaign there will be three application streams i.e.: (i) General; (ii) Fluency in the Irish Language and, (iii) Eligible Serving Garda Reserve Members If eligible, candidates may opt to apply for one or more streams. 5. Iarrthóirí atá líofa don tSraith Ghaeilge (Applicants with fluency in the Irish language Stream) The Garda Commissioner and An Garda Síochána are fully committed to fulfilling their obligations under the Official Languages Act. In this regard the Garda Commissioner is pleased to announce that fluent Irish speakers (who also fulfil all other eligibility criteria) may also apply for consideration to a specialist Irish language stream. Candidates in this stream who are invited through to the final stages of the selection process will be required to undergo certain selection elements through Irish e.g. competency based interview and written Irish test. They must achieve the required level i.e. demonstrate a minimum Level B2 on the Europass self-assessment framework. Candidates appointed from this stream must be able to provide a full range of services in Irish. If successful, candidates will be allocated to Gaeltacht areas for a period of time as determined by the Garda Commissioner. 6. Serving Garda Reserve Members Stream Members of the Garda Reserve give their time on a voluntary basis to support the work of An Garda Síochána within the community. They have undergone training in many of the skills required to be an effective full-time member of An Garda Síochána and have gained experience in operational policing. In recognition of this a separate stream is being held for serving Garda Reserve members who, by the closing date have: (i) completed their probationary period, (ii) performed their role to a satisfactory standard, (iii) served a minimum of 120 hours per year for two of the last four claim years, and (iv) fulfil the Conditions for Entry as set out at paragraph 3 above. Eligible applicants should apply in the usual way and indicate on the application form that they wish to apply for the Serving Garda Reserve Stream. In order to be considered for this stream, when completing your application form you must include: 1) Garda Reserve Registration Number. 2) Division in which you are currently serving. Applicants must be a member of the Garda Reserve at the time of appointment as a Garda Trainee to continue to be eligible under the Garda Reserve Stream. Applicants no longer a member of the Garda Reserve will not be offered an appointment from this Stream. Further information regarding a Garda Reserve Verification Form, will issue directly to applicants by email shortly after the closing date. Applicants will be required to complete and return this form, which has been signed by their District Officer, to the Appointments Office in Garda Headquarters within a specified timeframe. Failure to return the Garda Reserve Verification Form in the timeframe specified will result Conditions of Service Code of Ethics In a democratic society, the role of the police is to protect and serve society, keep the peace, enforce the law and ensure the safety of the community. In order to achieve this, An Garda Síochána must enjoy the trust and confidence of the society which it serves. It will gain and maintain this trust by acting, and being seen to act within the law and by applying the law fairly towards others. For anyone working in An Garda Síochána this is the starting point for all other commitments. An Garda Síochána Code of Ethics is a statement of the ethical requirements for everyone working in An Garda Síochána and a clear indication to the public of the norms of behaviour that they are entitled to expect. Policing is an honourable profession of which the public expect the highest standards of conduct and practice. Absolute commitment to the Code of Ethics is a requirement for all members of An Garda Síochána, to ensure the trust and support of the public. You will be required to sign a formal commitment to the Code of Ethics when you join An Garda Síochána. For more information click https://www.garda.ie/en/about-us/publications/policy-documents/code-of-ethics-english-1-5-18.pdf DNA Testing Candidates should note that An Garda Síochána is bound by the provisions of the Criminal Justice (Forensic Evidence & DNA Database System) Act 2014 Section 41 of that Act states that DNA Samples shall be taken from Trainee Gardaí who started their training at the Garda College following the commencement of the Act on 20th November 2015. Section 41 4 (c) of the Criminal Justice (Forensic Evidence & DNA Database System) Act 2014 outlines that ‘the sample will be used to generate a DNA profile in respect of the person to be entered in the elimination (Garda Síochána) index of the DNA Database System and the effect of such an entry’. The taking of such samples is for the purpose, in relation to the investigation of offences, of ascertaining whether that person has contaminated a crime scene sample. Hours of Duty Hours of duty will be determined by the requirements of the training programme. Duties Such training and work as may be directed from time to time by the Garda Authorities. Annual Leave Members of An Garda Síochána at the rank of Garda have an annual leave entitlement of 34 days which includes public holidays and Good Friday) with a pro rata entitlement for periods of service less than one year. For members on operational duties, public holidays and Good Friday are to be regarded as normal working days except where they happen to be rostered as rest days. Discipline All lawful orders, given either in writing or verbally, by those in authority, must be obeyed. A Trainee must at all times conform to the standard of conduct and discipline required and is obliged to study the ‘Garda Trainee and Probationer Handbook’ and abide by its provisions. Penalties for breaches of any of the provisions of that Code may range from a caution to a termination of programme. Sick Leave After three months training – full payment of allowances for a period of up to four weeks may be allowed. The amount of any benefits payable under the Social Welfare Acts is deducted from the payment during illness. Uniform and Equipment The uniform and equipment supplied to the Trainee will remain at all times the property of An Garda Síochána. The Trainee will be responsible for its care and must return it in good condition when required to do so. It must not be used except for authorised purposes and the Trainee will be liable to pay any charge imposed for articles lost or damaged. Tattoos and Body Art Tattoos and body art on the face, or visible above the collar, are not permitted. In order to retain a professional image all other tattoos and body art will be covered. Outside employment The assignment is whole time and the Trainee may not engage in, or be connected with, any outside business or activity which would interfere with the performance of the assignment. Pay and Allowances The pay of all public servants is determined by the Minister of Public Expenditure and Reform in consultation with relevant parties. The rates of pay and allowances are indicative and are therefore subject to change. Garda Trainees will receive an allowance of €184 per week for the 32 weeks leading to attestation. Accommodation and food is provided by the Garda College. Garda Trainees attest after 32 weeks and move onto the first point of the Garda incremental pay scale of €30,296. The incremental scale rises to €48,754 per annum after 8 years with two further increments after 13 and 19 years' service which bring the maximum of the pay scale to €52,482 per annum after 19 years (1st January, 2019 rates). Other allowances may also be payable, including for unsocial hours, as may overtime. Trainees who do reach the standard required for progression into each Phase will be required to repeat the Module/Phase, as the case may be, in its entirety. Trainees who fail to reach the standard for progression having been afforded the opportunity to repeat assessments in line with the Garda College Academic Regulations during any of the Modules/Phases, will be deemed unsuitable for a career in An Garda Síochána.

15 days ago
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