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Parts Advisor – Audi Kilkenny
Here at Audi Kilkenny, We have a great opportunity for anyone looking to kick start their career in the motor industry. This position is ideal for anyone who has an interest in cars and likes to help customers improve or fix their cars. This role will involve giving customers advice and providing them with the parts they require. The successful candidate will also assist the parts manager in preparing orders, getting parts for customers, and looking after stock control. Location: On site / Kilkenny, Ireland Job type: Permanent / Full-Time Sector and subsector: Automotive | General Annual Salary Range: from € 25,000.00 to € 30,000.00 The successful candidate: · Click the Apply button to upload your CV
Social Care Assistants - Residential Services
Cumas New Ross is the business name of Co. Wexford Community Workshop established in 1975. We provide support and services to adults with a mild to moderate intellectual disability. It is our vision that all individuals achieve the highest possible levels of participation, involvement, and independence at work, in their local community of choice and society in general, by the enhancement of and commitment their rights, will and preference, wants and needs, opportunities and future aspirations. To support our mission, vision, and development of the organisation we are looking for Social Care Assistants (Permanent Full Time, Part Time and Relief positions available) Positions are based in New Ross area, Co. Wexford Role Requirements Permanent and relief positions available. Full Time, Part Time & Relief positions to cover annual leave, sick leave, and other absences as and when required. Work pattern includes day shift, night shift and weekend availability. A six-month probationary period will apply. Garda Clearance and reference checks will be required for all prospective employees. A more detailed Job Description and Person Specification are available upon request. Interested candidates can apply by submitting a full CV and cover letter . The closing date for applications is Tuesday the 6th of June at 4pm.
Social Care Workers - Residential Services
Cumas New Ross is the business name of Co. Wexford Community Workshop established in 1975. We provide support and services to adults with a mild to moderate intellectual disability. It is our vision that all individuals achieve the highest possible levels of participation, involvement, and independence at work, in their local community of choice and society in general, by the enhancement of and commitment their rights, will and preference, wants and needs, opportunities and future aspirations. To support our mission, vision and development of the organisation we are looking for Social Care Workers (Permanent Full Time, Part -Time and Relief Social Care Worker positions available) Roles are based in New Ross area, Co. Wexford. Principal Duties and Responsibilities: To develop and maintain a home-like environment where residents are supported to live an ordinary life, make choices and decisions about their lives, learn new skills, and maximise their independence. To promote and develop person centred standard of service that ensures equality and that the dignity and confidentiality of each resident is respected and observed 𝗘𝘀𝘀𝗲𝗻𝘁𝗶𝗮𝗹 𝗦𝗸𝗶𝗹𝗹𝘀 𝗥𝗲𝗾𝘂𝗶𝗿𝗲𝗱; Permanent and relief positions available. Full Time, Part Time & Relief positions to cover annual leave, sick leave, and other absences as and when required. Work pattern includes day shift, night shift and weekend availability. A six-month probationary period will apply. Garda Clearance and reference checks will be required for all prospective employees. Cumas New Ross may recruit for full-time / part-time employees as part of this recruitment process. Full Job Description and Person Specification are available upon request. Interested candidates can apply by submitting a full CV and cover letter . The closing date for applications is Tuesday the 6th of June at 4pm.
Parts Advisor - Audi Kilkenny
Parts Advisor – Audi Kilkenny Here at Audi Kilkenny, We have a great opportunity for anyone looking to kick start their career in the motor industry. This position is ideal for anyone who has an interest in cars and likes to help customers improve or fix their cars. This role will involve giving customers advice and providing them with the parts they require. The successful candidate will also assist the parts manager in preparing orders, getting parts for customers, and looking after stock control. The successful candidate: · The ability to work in a fast-paced parts store. · Excellent organisational skills · Ability to work as part of a team and individually when required. · Willingness to learn. · Customer service experience · Full driving licence is an advantage. · Passion for cars · Highly organised · Excellent Teamwork skills · Self- initiative What you will get in return: · Competitive salary · Achievable Bonus scheme · Excellent work/life balance · Progression Opportunities · Branded Training – Audi · Positive working culture · 20 days Annual Leave + Bank Holidays Key Tasks – Parts Adviser · Booking in, Checking & Locating all parts delivered daily. · Pre-picking parts two days in advance for all future workshop bookings. · Monitoring & pricing all parts required for vehicle health checks & service cams carried out. · Efficiently providing the technicians with any additional parts required throughout the day. · Ensure the parts department is always clean and clear of non-located parts. · Reporting to & assisting the parts manager with all additional tasks required. · Monitor and track special tooling movements to workshops & Technicians If you think you would be suitable and would like to be part of a progressive work environment whereby you will be open to endless opportunities, we would like to hear from you.
Quality Assurance Administrator, Temporary Maternity Leave Cover Post
Initial Headquarters/Duties :The post holder will be located in the FET Department, Mervue. The successful post holder(s) may be transferred to another area within the organisation to allow for the allocation of additional duties, as and when required, which may include the reassignment to other duties where necessary. The Position: The role will require substantial collaborative work across Galway and Roscommon ETB’s FET department to continue work already underway and to commence new projects identified as part of GRETB’s quality assurance strategy. The QA Administrator will ensure the functions of QA department are fulfilled: to promote, facilitate, and support the teaching, learning and assessment of learners whilst collaborating with all other support functions within the ETB. The QA Administrator will be responsible for ensuring progressive QA support service to practitioners which is consistent across GRETB. The successful candidate will play a central role in facilitating each centre to review, appraise and report on the education, training, services provided by the centre. The QA Administrator will ensure these centre evaluations feed into annual GRETB Quality Improvement Plan and will provide leadership in embedding quality practices across FET. Main Duties The role of the Grade VII FET QA Administrator will include but may not be necessary confined to the following: CONDITIONS OF SERVICE: Terms of Appointment The post is a whole-time, temporary and pensionable position. Remuneration: €55,021 -€71,259 (including two long service increments). As per Department of Education and Skills guidelines, new appointees who are entering this grade for the first time will start at the minimum point of the scale, however incremental credit may apply, if, immediately prior to appointment the appointee is already a service Civil or Public Servant.Rate of remuneration may be adjusted from time to time in line with Government pay policy. The salary is not subject to negotiation. Annual Leave: 29 days annual leave, calculated on a pro-rata basis. How to Apply: Completed application form must be submitted online by 12 noon, Friday, 9th June 2023.
Adult Education Guidance Counsellor
Immediate Vacancies: 1x Permanent Post & 1x Temporary Post Nature of the Posts: The Adult Education Guidance Counsellor positions are full-time permanent and fixed-term posts. A Panel for any further full-time/part-time temporary and permanent Guidance Counsellor positions that arise may be created. Qualifications,Experience and Personal Qualifies/Skills: Essential Qualifications: A primary degree and a Post Graduate Diploma in Careers Guidance or Careers Guidance and Counselling or a Masters of Education (Guidance) or a Master of Science in Counselling or equivalent post graduate qualification recognised by the Irish Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy or the Institute of Guidance Counsellors. Essential Experiences: ·Experience of delivering educational guidance to adults is desirable. ·Experience in adult/further education and training, teaching, employment service, youth work, community development or social science is essential. ·Irish language skills are desirable; ·Knowledge of learning, training and employment opportunities and the range of services/supports available to the client target groups. ·Ability to liaise with and to establish good relationships with a wide range of clients, agencies and staff. Essential Personal Qualities/Skills: · An understanding of the needs of the diverse target groups. ·Be highly conscientious and committed to the highest standards of professional service ·Be caring and motivated by the best interests of the clients. ·Have excellent listening skills. ·Demonstrate sensitivity and empathy. ·A genuine commitment to a person centred, non-judgemental and holistic approach to working with clients. ·Commitment to improving access to educational opportunities and progression for all adults. ·Proven communication and presentation skills both orally and in writing to a wide range of recipients. ·ICT skills for preparation of word document and use of the Adult Guidance Management System, OFFICE and 365 programmes, Microsoft Teams, ZOOM and research on the Internet. ·Organisational skills and the ability to manage own workload with the minimum of supervision. ·Ability to maintain effective client records and operate within boundaries of confidentiality and General Data Protection Regulations. ·Ability to maintain effective project management and evaluation records and procedures. ·Ability to work as a member of team and on own initiative and to operate flexibly in a range of tasks and duties ·Due to the large geographical area covered by GRETB the successful candidate will require to hold a full driving licence and have access to transport as the post may involve travel and to work flexibly outside of normal working hours as required. Duties & Responsibilities: The successful candidate will be required to work in the geographical areas of Galway and Roscommon. The post-holder will report to the Adult Guidance Coordinator/Counsellor. ·To develop and deliver a programme of guidance provision to individuals and groups which supports the aims and objectives of the GRETB Adult Guidance and Information Service, under the direction of the Adult Guidance Coordinator/Counsellor or Chief Executive/Director of FET/AEO. ·To establish effective links with relevant agencies from the statutory, voluntary and community sectors to exchange information, develop partnership working and support client progression. ·To contribute to the development and implementation of a quality and evaluation framework and to the strategic development of the Service. ·To participate in appropriate continuous professional development and training as agreed with Guidance Coordinator/Counsellor. Main Duties 1.To develop and deliver a programme of guidance and information provision to individuals and groups which supports the aims and objectives of the GRETB Adult Guidance and Information Service, under the direction of the Adult Guidance Coordinator/Counsellor or Chief Executive/Director of FET/AEO. ·deliver an appropriate range of guidance service provision which includes information, advice, support,guidance and counselling to clients. ·undertake assessment, action planning and progress review with clients. ·operate effective client referral procedures, internally and externally. ·contribute to the provision of sources of information on appropriate learning, training and employment to clients and associated client support, such as funding, childcare etc. ·maintain accurate records and client documents within the boundaries of confidentiality and in accordance with General Data Protection Regulations. ·to provide support and advice in the field of guidance and counselling to staff in GRETB and Further Education and Training centres and support the development of an integrated curriculum of learning, guidance and progression. ·to assist in the management of resources, e.g. financial, premises, materials, personnel etc as appropriate, relevant to the needs of the Service. ·any other duties appropriate to the needs of the Service as may be assigned by the Adult Guidance Coordinator/Counsellor or CE/Director of FET/AEO for the effective and efficient management of resources. 2.To establish effective links with relevant agencies from thestatutory, voluntary and community sectors to exchange information, develop partnership working and support client progression. ·establish and maintain links with local and national learning and training providers, agencies who offer support to clients and other guidance projects and employers. ·participate in local and national networks, partnerships and committees as appropriate. ·contribute to presentations,events, training and conferences with other agencies as required. ·to share good practice from the sector and supporting the mainstreaming of relevant lessons into national policy and practice. ·to act in a representative capacity, if required, on matters relating to adult guidance counselling. ·identify and report on gaps inguidance service provision and learning/training provision. ·contribute to marketing activities and contribute to the production of publicity materials. ·undertake appropriate activities to publicise and market the service. 3.To contribute to the development and implementation of a quality and evaluation framework and to the strategic development of the project. · maintain required records in accordance with General Data Protection Regulations. to contribute to monitoring, research, client tracking and client feedback ·contribute as required to the ongoing monitoring, review and evaluation of the service delivery and development. ·contribute to the identification of gaps in provision and methods of delivery which can inform developments. ·prepare regular activity reports and submissions in consultation with the Adult Guidance Coordinator/Counsellor or CE/Director of FET/AEO as appropriate. ·participate in the planning ofservice delivery to agreed client groups and agencies. 4.To participate in appropriate continuous professional development and training as agreed with the project management. ·undertake agreed staff development and training identified to ensure competent performance of duties. ·maintain awareness of ongoing developments at local and national level. ·To engage with the ETB performance management and development appraisal process ·review practice and performance with the support of a caseload supervisor. Terms & Conditions of Employment: Salary As per Department of Education guidelines, new appointees who are entering this grade for the first time will start at the minimum point of the scale, however incremental credit may apply, if, immediately prior to appointment the appointee is already a service Civil or Public Servant. Rate of remuneration may be adjusted from time to time in line with Government pay policy. The salary is not subject to negotiation. New Entrants: €44,097- €69,207 Non New Entrants: €48,757- €69,207 Hours of Attendance Guidance Counsellors should work for 35 hours per week. Attendance should be at such times as necessary for the delivery of the GRETB Adult Guidance and Information Service. Attendance outside of normal hours will be by prior agreement with the Adult Guidance Coordinator/CE/Director of FET/AEO of the ETB, and will be offset against normal hours’ attendance. Annual Leave Guidance Counsellors shall have 35 days annual leave, excluding public holidays. Annual leave shall be taken in accordance with the needs of the GRETB Adult Guidance and Information Service, and will be determined by Adult Guidance Coordinator/CE/Director of FET/AEO of the ETB. How to Apply Completed application form must be submitted online by 12 noon, Monday, 12thJune 2023.
Quality Assurance Auditor
General Summary : The Quality Assurance Auditor should be able to work in cross-functional teams to support operations in assessing and improving existing processes. The Quality Assurance Auditor is responsible for performing risk assessments & audits to ensure all systems, processes and their outcomes comply with standards that meet applicable ISO international and national regulations, standards and guidelines, and fulfil internal Zeus Industrial Products requirements. . The auditor completes risk assessments & audits and documents results on schedule and in a timely manner. Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Rúnaí Scoile Oifigeach Cléireachais – Grád III
Rúnaí Scoile Oifigeach Cléireachais– Grád III Coláiste na Coiribe, Cnoc na Cathrach, Gaillimh 35 uair sa tseachtain(Páirtaimsearthaagus Buan (17.5 uair sa tseachtain) agus Páirtaimseartha agus Sealadach(17.5 uairsa tseachtain) Beidh Gaeilge líofa ag an iarratasóir rathúil Fáilteoidh Bord Oideachaisagus Oiliúna na Gaillimhe agus Ros Comáin roimh iarratais ó dhaoine cuícháilithe ar an poist seo. Beidh éagsúlacht oibre igceist, ach éilíonn an ról duine atá in ann cur go dearfach i dtreo aidhmeannagrúpa a bhaint amach. Beidh gá le sárscileanna cumarsáide, mar aon le muinínagus cumas chun déileáil le héagsúlacht ceisteanna. Coinníollacha Seirbhíse: Téarmaí Ceapacháin: Post páirtaimseartha agus buan/sealadach. Luach Saothair (Tuarastal): Beidh feidhm le scálatuarastail d’Oifigeach Cléireachais sa phost seo.€29,283– €44,111 (pro-rata in aghaidh na bliana) nó €27,146 – €44,111 (pro-rata in aghaidh na bliana iontrálaithe nua). D’fhéadfaí an luach saothair a athrú ó am go chéile ag teacht le beartas pá an Rialtais. Uaireanta oibre: Páirtaimseartha agus Buan - 17.5 uair sa tseachtain agus Páirtaimseartha agus Sealadach - 17.5 uair sa tseachtain D’fhéadfaí na huaireanta aathrú ó am go chéile de réir Chomhaontuithe na hEarnála Poiblí. Saoire Bhliantúil: Is 22 lá an teidlíocht do Shaoire Bhliantúil sa phost seo pro-rata in aghaidh na bliana Saoire Bhreoiteachta: Socrófar Saoire Bhreoiteachta de réir socruithe arna n-údarú ag an Aire Oideachais agus Scileanna ó am go chéile. Nós Imeachta Iarratais: Is gá forim iarratais chomhlánaithe a chur isteach ar line foai Roimh lae Dé hAoine, 2 Meitheamh 2023. Sonraíocht faoin bPearsa: Bunriachtanach Caithfidh gach iarrthóir:
Temporary Clerical Officer - Grade III
Temporary Clerical Officer - Grade III Applications are invited from suitable, qualified and experienced persons for the position of Temporary Clerical Officer (Grade III) to form a panel for temporary contract work. The Clerical Officer will participate as an effective team member towards the efficient operation of the relevant department. The nature of work will vary depending on the post but the role requires an individual who can make a positive contribution towards achieving group goals. Excellent communication skills are required, with the confidence and ability to deal with a variety of queries. CONDITIONS OF SERVICE: Terms of Appointment: The posts are whole-time temporary posts. Location: The successful applicant(s) will be assigned to offices under the remit of GRETB e.g. GRETB HQ, Athenry, Mervue Training Centre, Mervue, Galway City and the post holder may be moved to another area of the organisation if required. Remuneration: New Entrants: €27,146- €44,111 Pre 01/01/2011 entrants: €29,283 - €44,111 IMPORTANT NOTICE RE: SALARY: As per DES guidelines, new appointees who are entering this grade for the first time will start at the minimum point of the scale. Incremental credit may only apply, if, immediately prior to appointment, the appointee is already a serving Civil or Public Servant. Rate of remuneration may be adjusted from time to time in line with Government pay policy. Starting Salary is not subject to negotiation. Hours of work: A 35-hour week is in operation. Hours may be adjusted from time to time under relevant Public Sector Agreements. Annual leave: The Annual Leave entitlement for this post is 22 days. Sick Leave: Sick Leave will be in accordance with the arrangements authorised by the Minister for Education and Skills from time to time. Closing Date: Wednesday, 31st May 2023 at 12 noon. Applications are based on the following Person Specification/Job Description: Person Specification Essential Each candidate must: ·have the requisite knowledge, skills and competencies to carry out the role. Competencies will be informed by best practice Public Appointment Service competency frameworks for the Irish Public Service; ·be capable and competent of fulfilling the role to a high standard; ·have obtained at least Grade D3 in five subjects in the Leaving Certificate Examination (higher, ordinary, applied or vocational programmes) or equivalent or have passed an examination at theappropriate level within the QQI qualifications framework which can be assessed as being of a comparable to Leaving Certificate standard or equivalent or higher or have appropriate relevant experience which encompasses equivalent skills and expertise; ·be at least 17 years of age on or before the date of advertisement of the recruitment competition. Desirable ·Have excellent administrative and IT Skills; ·Be self-motivating, flexible and results focused; ·Ability to prioritise and manage work in a dynamic and pressurised environment; ·Excellent judgement, problem-solving, analytical and decision-making skills; ·Proven record as a team-player with a flexible approach; ·Demonstrated experience of building and maintaining relationships; ·Excellent organisational, communication, and interpersonal skills; ·Have an understanding of the main features and current challenges of public service and regulatory reform; ·Inniúlacht le dualgais an phoist a chomhlíonadh go héifeachtach trí mheán na Gaeilge/ Capacity to discharge the duties of the post through the medium of Irish. Job Description The appointee will report to the Head of the relevant department and will be delegated responsibility for varying functions as determined by Head of Department/Director of OSD/CE from time to time. Main Duties of Clerical Officers within GRETB: ·Support the Manager(s) and colleagues within your department/function in order to achieve the key goals, objective and tasks; ·Data input to financial systems;· Reconciliation of accounts and ensuring recordsare up-to-date and accurate; ·Provide assistance and support to assist the achievement of deadlines; ·Collate data for the preparation of reports; ·Maintain a quality customer service focus when dealing with all clients of the unit; ·Provide accurate information and respond to queries in an efficient, professional and courteous manner – in person, by phone, by correspondence; ·Efficiently operate the telephone/switchboard and distribute calls / messages (as and when requested); ·Ensure all documentation/forms are accurate and produced to a high quality; ·Contribute to the development and implementation of appropriate management information systems as related to the delivery of administrative services on behalf of GRETB; ·Attend relevant training as required from time-to-time; ·Comply with the conditions which may be prescribed in other agreements applying to the work associated with this post; ·Foster and support the development and use of ICT systems; Carrying out such other projects or activities as may be assigned from time to time by the Chief Executive. Competencies required The appointee to Clerical Officer (Grade III) post will be required to show evidence of the following competencies: Team work ·Shows respect for colleagues and co-workers; ·Develops andmaintains good working relationships with others, sharing information and knowledge, as appropriate; ·Offers own ideas and perspectives; ·Understands own role in the team, making every effort to play his/her part; Information Management / Processing ·Approaches and delivers all work in a thorough and organised manner; ·Follows procedures and protocols, understanding their value and the rationale behind them; · Keeps high quality records that are easy for others to understand; ·Draws appropriate conclusions from information; · Suggests new ways of doing things better and more efficiently; ·Is comfortable working with different types of information, e.g. written, numerical, charts, and carries out calculations such as arithmetic, percentages etc.; Delivery of Results Hit the Apply Button to go to the website where you will find further information on how to apply and also an Information Booklet.
Client Account Administrator
About the Company: Customer Perceptions are leaders in providing market research solutions. We are a consumer and market research company, based in Dundalk, Co. Louth and have been in business since 1995. Our bespoke research solutions help our clients to enhance their customer experience, gain insight into their competitors, increase customer retention, monitor standards, and ultimately, increase sales and revenue. Our specialist solutions include Mystery Shopping, Customer Satisfaction Surveys,Focus Groups, Brand & Compliance Auditing, and Training and Consultancy (primarily in Customer Service). We work with clients in the Hospitality, FMCG, Tourism, Financial, Retail, Professional Services sectors. We are a dynamic team of young working professionals who work together in delivering high-quality, insightful programmes to our clients. Today, we are Irelands leading mystery shopping company with the largest assessor base in the country. We currently employ a team of 18 and manage a base of over 9,000 field researchers. What You’ll Do: A Client Account Administrator working in Customer Perceptions Ltd. manages a client research project portfolio consisting of large, medium, and small size clients across various industries. Occasionally working in conjunction with other Client Account Administrators & Client Account Managers on some larger programmes, a Client Account Administrator manages a large client portfolio and is also a support role to other Client Account Administrators and Client Account Managers. The Client Account Administrator is responsible for every aspect of the client programme, including: Other information: If selected for interview you will be required to conduct a proofing test to measure your ability of quality checking reports. You will also be required to prepared and conduct a short 5-minute presentation on your CV. Click Apply Now to submit your application!