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Security Staff (No experience necessary)

HCA IrelandDublin€11.50 - €15 per hourFull-timePart-time

HCA Ireland are currently recruiting for Security personnel for one of Irelands premiere security firms in Tallaght, Clonshaugh & Blanchardstown . We urgently require male and females with or without experience. This is an amazing opportunity with excellent rates available. The Private Security Authority (PSA) have relaxed their requirements so that we can recruit and provide accredited training in advance of PSA certification. PSA charge a fee of €90 for a three year licence. Due to the current situation or client will reimburse the PSA charge for any candidate hired during March or April. Main purpose of position: To protect our client's property, people and/or assets by providing security services to a specific site in direct accordance with the site procedures and policies Main Responsibilities:

1 day ago

Accounts Administrator

Ballymount Based Construction CompanyDublin€14.50 per hourFull-time

We are currently recruiting an accounts administrator to work in our office based in Ballymount, Dublin (Full Time Hours 35hrs per week) Responsibilities:

2 days ago

Healthcare Assistant

ANH Healthcare Ltd.Dublin, County Dublin, PermanentFull-time

**FOR IMMEDIATE START ** Job Type :  Perm & Temp Salary :  DOE - Competitive + Sunday supplement Location : Ashbury Nursing Home  - 1A Kill Lane, Kill O’The Grange, Blackrock, Co. Dublin Ailesbury Nursing Home 58 Park Avenue, Sandymount, D04 Y437 Language :  English (Required) Essential Requirements: Must h old a valid permit to work in the EU Desired Educational Requirements:   FETAC/QQI Level 5 qualification in Healthcare Support including the Care of the Older Person module Character:    Be of a caring nature, have patience, kindness, empathy and have passion & commitment to professional development. Responsibilities & Duties: The successful candidate will assist the nursing staff in providing a safe and caring environment for our residents. In our nursing homes we care for our residents and assist them with activities of daily living such as companionship and personal care. What we offer you: ·        A fully comprehensive induction training program ·        Mandatory training fully paid for by us ·        The option to earn while you learn, we strongly encourage and support staff to develop their skills and training while working with us ·        Educational support provided up to and including a Masters qualification ·        Accommodation provided subject to availability ·        Excellent career paths and career growth ·        Access to many discounts through affinity schemes (pharmacy, entertainment, finance) ·        Many colleague incentives and performance related rewards ·        The opportunity to join a team that is passionate about investing and upskilling their team members to reach their highest potential ·        Excellent support from a dedicated Care Manager and Nursing Team Competitive Salary Job type:  Permanent Job terms:  Full-time Location:  Dublin, Ireland Sector:  Medical & Healthcare | Healthcare Assistants

2 days ago

Registered Nurse

ANH Healthcare Ltd.Dublin, County Dublin, PermanentFull-time

*****IMMEDIATE START **** Temporary and Permanent Roles available Locations: Responsibilities and Duties The post-holder is responsible for the provision of day to day, person-centred nursing care to our residents, assessment of care needs and the development, implementation and evaluation of care plans. Administer medications in accordance with doctors’ prescriptions and NMBI /HIQA guidelines. Ensure safe custody and administration of controlled drugs in accordance with established procedures and laws. Work together with all disciplines involved with the total care of residents and their families, integrating nursing care with the resident’s physical, psychological and spiritual needs. The Training A fully comprehensive induction training program Mandatory training fully paid for by us We strongly encourage and support staff to develop their skills and training while working with us Educational support provided up to and including a Masters qualification Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

2 days ago

Service Coordinator - Roscommon

ALONERoscommon€27,000 - €34,000 per yearFull-timeContract

ALONE support older people to age at home. We provide direct, frontline services to people aged 60 and over, through support coordination, befriending and support, housing with support, co-living, and the application of assistive technology. We have more than 1,200 volunteers and 140 plus homes for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. We have been awarded Quality Marks from Volunteer Ireland, the ISO, the Charities Regulator and the Housing Regulatory Standard. Role Overview You will hold responsibility for managing a comprehensive caseload to support and advocate for services for older people in and across all care settings, to enable and empower older people to age well at home. This role will focus on ALONE’s Support Coordination, Social Prescribing, Befriending and Support, Shared Living, and Housing with Support Services and Volunteer recruitment, training and support. Much of the time is spent outside the office, as the majority of this job is mobile working, and planning your own days. Responsibilities • Manage and lead the response to complex cases including, but not limited to, issues regarding emotional wellbeing, housing issues, health difficulties and vulnerable persons at risk of abuse. • Carry out comprehensive assessments (in person or by phone) with older people to ensure that all aspects of the older person’s needs are identified, supported and resolved and that any risks are mitigated. • Advocate for the needs of Older People across a range of stakeholders • Recruit, train and support volunteers, volunteer leaders to work safely and to develop a mutually beneficial relationship with older people availing of our services. • Build strong referral relationships with statutory and non-statutory agencies across Area F. • Maintain necessary confidentiality relating to the work of the service and regarding older people, staff and partner organisations and in line with guidance in the use of the ALONE Management Information System (MIS) and data protection policies and procedures. • Develop and maintain referral pathways to ALONE’s Support Coordination services. • You may be required to undertake additional duties or tasks as required. During the COVID-19 response your role will also involve when required: • Providing advice, reassurance and up to date information on COVID-19 as instructed by HSE through the National Support Line • Linking OP to ALONE’s Telephone Befriending for all OP experiencing social isolation • Coordinating Practical Supports such as food, fuel and medication to Older People into their homes • Coordinating and matching volunteers to deliver these practical supports • Liaising with statutory and non-statutory groups who refer OP for supports • Linking all OP with ALONE support staff where any additional needs will be addressed During this time, you will also be setting up ALONE Service Model in your allocated area During the COVID-19 response you will work remotely most of the time and you will be provided with tools to enable you to do this. Skills and Background • Self-motivated person who is committed to ALONE’s mission is essential. • Able to maintain the highest standards of confidentiality, discretion and respect is essential. • High level communication skills (both written and verbal) and the ability to network and negotiate effectively with individuals, groups and stakeholders, is essential. • Previous experience in social care settings is desirable. • Good computer literacy, with experience of using case management systems is desirable. • Excellent organisational skills, report writing, solution focused skills and multi-tasking skills are desirable. General Requirements for all ALONE staff: • Work to enable older people to remain at home with quality of life and independence. • Work professionally and confidentially and in line with ALONE’s rights and evidence based approach. • Keep all records, data and reports up-to-date and make these available upon request. • Participate in the development and implementation of all Quality Management System documents. Participate in the efficient flow of information within the organisation by sharing information as appropriate. Further Details • This role is 35 hours per week and these hours may be required to be worked in a variety of flexible patterns, e.g. 5 over 7 days, compressed hours or other flexible working patterns as the needs of our services users require. (1 year contract depending on funding) • Regular travel and remote working is required with this role with flexible working arrangements to facilitate this. • Induction and training will be carried out on commencement in Dublin 8 which will currently be done remotely • The salary scale offered for this position is €27,000 to €34,000 depending on experience with an excellent working environment.

3 days ago

Service Coordinator - Munster Region

ALONECork€27,000 - €34,000 per yearFull-timeContract

ALONE support older people to age at home. We provide direct, frontline services to people aged 60 and over, through support coordination, befriending and support, housing with support, co-living, and the application of assistive technology. We have more than 1,200 volunteers and 140 plus homes for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. We have been awarded Quality Marks from Volunteer Ireland, the ISO, the Charities Regulator and the Housing Regulatory Standard. Role Overview You will hold responsibility for managing a comprehensive caseload to support and advocate for services for older people in and across all care settings, to enable and empower older people to age well at home. This role will focus on ALONE’s Support Coordination, Social Prescribing, Befriending and Support, Shared Living, and Housing with Support Services and Volunteer recruitment, training and support. Much of the time is spent outside the office, as the majority of this job is mobile working, and planning your own days. Responsibilities • Manage and lead the response to complex cases including, but not limited to, issues regarding emotional wellbeing, housing issues, health difficulties and vulnerable persons at risk of abuse. • Carry out comprehensive assessments (in person or by phone) with older people to ensure that all aspects of the older person’s needs are identified, supported and resolved and that any risks are mitigated. • Advocate for the needs of Older People across a range of stakeholders • Recruit, train and support volunteers, volunteer leaders to work safely and to develop a mutually beneficial relationship with older people availing of our services. • Build strong referral relationships with statutory and non-statutory agencies across Area F. • Maintain necessary confidentiality relating to the work of the service and regarding older people, staff and partner organisations and in line with guidance in the use of the ALONE Management Information System (MIS) and data protection policies and procedures. • Develop and maintain referral pathways to ALONE’s Support Coordination services. • You may be required to undertake additional duties or tasks as required. During the COVID-19 response your role will also involve when required: • Providing advice, reassurance and up to date information on COVID-19 as instructed by HSE through the National Support Line • Linking OP to ALONE’s Telephone Befriending for all OP experiencing social isolation • Coordinating Practical Supports such as food, fuel and medication to Older People into their homes • Coordinating and matching volunteers to deliver these practical supports • Liaising with statutory and non-statutory groups who refer OP for supports • Linking all OP with ALONE support staff where any additional needs will be addressed During this time, you will also be setting up ALONE Service Model in your allocated area During the COVID-19 response you will work remotely most of the time and you will be provided with tools to enable you to do this. Skills and Background • Self-motivated person who is committed to ALONE’s mission is essential. • Able to maintain the highest standards of confidentiality, discretion and respect is essential. • High level communication skills (both written and verbal) and the ability to network and negotiate effectively with individuals, groups and stakeholders, is essential. • Previous experience in social care settings is desirable. • Good computer literacy, with experience of using case management systems is desirable. • Excellent organisational skills, report writing, solution focused skills and multi-tasking skills are desirable. General Requirements for all ALONE staff: • Work to enable older people to remain at home with quality of life and independence. • Work professionally and confidentially and in line with ALONE’s rights and evidence based approach. • Keep all records, data and reports up-to-date and make these available upon request. • Participate in the development and implementation of all Quality Management System documents. Participate in the efficient flow of information within the organisation by sharing information as appropriate. Further Details • Locations – Cork, Limerick and Kerry (please specify which location you are applying for) • This role is 35 hours per week and these hours may be required to be worked in a variety of flexible patterns, e.g. 5 over 7 days, compressed hours or other flexible working patterns as the needs of our services users require. (1 year contract depending on funding) • Regular travel and remote working is required with this role with flexible working arrangements to facilitate this. • Induction and training will be carried out on commencement in Dublin 8 which will currently be done remotely • The salary scale offered for this position is €27,000 to €34,000 depending on experience with an excellent working environment.

3 days ago

Relief Van Sales Driver

Pat the BakerNationwideFull-timeTemporary

Job Description Location: Nationwide Reporting to: Depot Manager Job Purpose This position of relief van sales driver will require delivery of products to our customers in a hygienic, friendly & efficient manner. Responsibilities •Stocking his/her van with the appropriate stock for the days business •Deliver stock to our customers & rotate products •Deal with returns & boards •Offloading his/her van at Depot •Maintaining his/her van in a presentable manner •Adhere to all Health & Safety procedures in regard to Van sales •He/she should present themselves for duty in a neat & tidy manner and wear if issued Company uniform •He/she should be courteous & attentive to our customer’s requirements •Carry out all tasks assigned to him/her by Depot Manager •Attend training courses as and when required Required: •Van sales experience •Full clean Drivers Licence •Experience in fast moving consumer goods essential. Please clearly state your location on your application

3 days ago

Services Coordinator - CHO Area 2

ALONEMayo€27,000 - €34,000 per yearFull-timeContract

ALONE support older people to age at home. We provide direct, frontline services to people aged 60 and over, through support coordination, befriending and support, housing with support, co-living, and the application of assistive technology. We have more than 1,200 volunteers and 140 plus homes for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. We have been awarded Quality Marks from Volunteer Ireland, the ISO, the Charities Regulator and the Housing Regulatory Standard. Role Overview You will hold responsibility for managing a comprehensive caseload to support and advocate for services for older people in and across all care settings, to enable and empower older people to age well at home. This role will focus on ALONE’s Support Coordination, Social Prescribing, Befriending and Support, Shared Living, and Housing with Support Services and Volunteer recruitment, training and support. Much of the time is spent outside the office, as the majority of this job is mobile working, and planning your own days. Responsibilities • Manage and lead the response to complex cases including, but not limited to, issues regarding emotional wellbeing, housing issues, health difficulties and vulnerable persons at risk of abuse. • Carry out comprehensive assessments (in person or by phone) with older people to ensure that all aspects of the older person’s needs are identified, supported and resolved and that any risks are mitigated. • Advocate for the needs of Older People across a range of stakeholders • Recruit, train and support volunteers, volunteer leaders to work safely and to develop a mutually beneficial relationship with older people availing of our services. • Build strong referral relationships with statutory and non-statutory agencies across Area F. • Maintain necessary confidentiality relating to the work of the service and regarding older people, staff and partner organisations and in line with guidance in the use of the ALONE Management Information System (MIS) and data protection policies and procedures. • Develop and maintain referral pathways to ALONE’s Support Coordination services. • You may be required to undertake additional duties or tasks as required. During the COVID-19 response your role will also involve when required: • Providing advice, reassurance and up to date information on COVID-19 as instructed by HSE through the National Support Line • Linking OP to ALONE’s Telephone Befriending for all OP experiencing social isolation • Coordinating Practical Supports such as food, fuel and medication to Older People into their homes • Coordinating and matching volunteers to deliver these practical supports • Liaising with statutory and non-statutory groups who refer OP for supports • Linking all OP with ALONE support staff where any additional needs will be addressed During this time, you will also be setting up ALONE Service Model in your allocated area During the COVID-19 response you will work remotely most of the time and you will be provided with tools to enable you to do this. Skills and Background • Self-motivated person who is committed to ALONE’s mission is essential. • Able to maintain the highest standards of confidentiality, discretion and respect is essential. • High level communication skills (both written and verbal) and the ability to network and negotiate effectively with individuals, groups and stakeholders, is essential. • Previous experience in social care settings is desirable. • Good computer literacy, with experience of using case management systems is desirable. • Excellent organisational skills, report writing, solution focused skills and multi-tasking skills are desirable. General Requirements for all ALONE staff: • Work to enable older people to remain at home with quality of life and independence. • Work professionally and confidentially and in line with ALONE’s rights and evidence based approach. • Keep all records, data and reports up-to-date and make these available upon request. • Participate in the development and implementation of all Quality Management System documents. Participate in the efficient flow of information within the organisation by sharing information as appropriate. Further Details • This role is 35 hours per week and these hours may be required to be worked in a variety of flexible patterns, e.g. 5 over 7 days, compressed hours or other flexible working patterns as the needs of our services users require. (1 year contract subject to funding) • Regular travel and remote working is required with this role with flexible working arrangements to facilitate this. • This role will involve developing service across CHO 2 with initial focus on Mayo/Roscommon and later focus on Galway. • Induction and training will be carried out on commencement in Dublin 8 which will currently be done remotely • The salary scale offered for this position is €27,000 to €34,000 depending on experience with an excellent working environment.

3 days ago

(Business) Private Assistant

Monaghan based companyCounty MonaghanFull-time

Are you entrepreneurial ? Do you have Digital Marketing skills ? Have you any experience in Real Estate ? Have you ever organised events ? Are you resourceful ? We have a job for an energetic individual who wants to learn new and exciting experiences at work and in business. Your role will be to assist me in most of the everyday running of a business and to do as much as you can to free up my time so that I can get on with other important work. not only a manager but a personal assistant. You are able to fine anything online of off line get it and bring it back with the best balance of speed and expense, things people and ideas. You can make decisions. You follow through on your decisions. You are pleasant and outgoing. You are never dishonest you are never afraid to try a new skill, or take on the unknown challenges that business throws at you. You should have computer skills, including social media and digital advertising experience, a driving licence and be flexible about your working hours and your environment. You should be confident and reliable, honest and confidential. Interested in your own development and willing to go the extra mile to achieve our goals and your own. You will need to be resourceful as your everyday will be an adventure in the job. Good luck.

7 days ago

CNC Lathe Programmer / Operator

Waterford based SMEWaterford€32,500 - €35,000 per yearFull-time

CNC Lathe programmer / operator required for Waterford based SME. Required to run Doosan Lynx Lathe with driven tool capabilities (mill/turn). Siemens Control. CAM experience an advantage. Fusion 360 / SprutCAM experience an advantage but not essential. Previous Experience of running Lathes ESSENTIAL . CNC qualifications or relevant experience ESSENTIAL . Salary based on experience. 30 - 35K per anum based on experience.

8 days ago
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