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Aircraft Technical Services Engineer

Westair Aviation Ltd.
Shannon, Clare
Full-time
Graduate

Responsibilities and duties:This is a good opportunity for a recently qualified ambitious graduate who is looking to begin a career in Aviation.

1 day 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

CSN in HOPE

St. James's Hospital
South Dublin, Dublin
Full-time
Permanent

Role ProfileRole Title Clinical Support Nurse Purpose of the Role The principal purpose of the role is to provide clinical support, direction and guidance for all nurses in HOPe. The post holder will also have responsibility for promoting nursing practice development initiatives and facilitating implementation of evidenced based practice in collaboration with all grades of nursing staff. In respect of all issues relating to the clinical care and management of our HSC donors and recipients, the post holder must be aware of their responsibilities in relation to the EU Directive 2004/23/EC. Department/Directorate HOPe Directorate Reports to HOPe Nurse Manager Professionally accountable to the Director of Nursing. Key Direct Reports Staff Nurses, Support Staff, Student Nurses as appropriate Grade Clinical Nurse Manager II Salary Scale €49,056 – €57,995 Job Reference Number 44693-19 Enquiries To Ms. Jennifer Kerlin, Phone: 01 416 2002, Email: jkerlin@stjames.ie Or Ms. Norma O’Riordan, Phone: 01 410 3968, Email: noriordan@stjames.ie Closing Date Sunday, 17th February 2019 Key Duties and ResponsibilitiesCLINICAL PRACTICE: 1. Support the Clinical Nurse Managers and Staff Nurses in your area of assignment within the HOPe Directorate, to plan, develop, implement and evaluate clinical practice in accordance with best available evidence in order to influence innovations in practice and promote quality care for patients in the general medical/surgical areas. 2. Act as a resource person on clinical issues, utilising skills and knowledge of a variety of clinical conditions. 3. Along with CNMs, assist staff nurses to move towards the level of expert practitioner in the clinical management of patient care. 4. Guide CNMs in assisting staff to recognise their own learning needs and to develop an appropriate action plan in line with these needs. 5. Support CNMs in assessing Health Care Assistants in relation to the ‘Activities of Living Patient Care’ Module as applied to the Fetac Programme 6. Guide the CNMs in creating an environment that enhances continuous lifelong personal and professional development for all nursing staff. PRACTICE DEVELOPMENT: Page 0 1. Collaborate with the Nursing Practice Development Coordinator and Facilitator to promote the development and maintenance of high standards of nursing care, through practice development projects. 2. Assist with identifying, facilitating and implementing practice development projects in the clinical areas. 3. In collaboration with the CNM’s and ward staff assist with the development of policies, protocols, guidelines and clinical competencies and their implementation 4. Assist with the provision of appropriate continuing education programmes to meet nurses’ competency developmental needs. 5. Work with the Nursing Practice Development Coordinator & Facilitator and CNMs in implementing action plans to improve clinical practice and staff development. 6. Sit on appropriate multidisciplinary committees and sub-groups within the Nursing Practice Development Unit and at hospital level that are concerned with initiating practice development projects. EDUCATION/STAFF DEVELOPMENT: 1. In conjunction with the Clinical Nurse Managers, assess and identify teaching and developmental requirements of all staff through observation in practice. 2. Collaborate with the Nursing Practice Development Co-ordinator, Clinical Nurse Managers, to ensure appropriate training, education and evaluation takes place. 3. In conjunction with Clinical Nurses Managers and Staff Nurses, develop and continually revise clinical nursing skills/competencies. 4. Be familiar with the assessment criteria and process as applied to the Activities of Living Patient Care Module 5. Co-ordinate educational sessions and in-service to meet the needs of all grades of nursing staff. 6. Create an environment for continuous lifelong professional and personal development and learning for all staff. RESEARCH, AUDIT & QUALITY ASSURANCE: 1. Encourage staff to analyse information, interpret patient’s condition and develop clinical decision making skills based on available information. 2. Work with the Nursing Quality Co-ordinator in encouraging the continuous development of evidence-based practice through local audit procedures. 3. Take an active role with CNM’s in the audit of clinical practice and the standards of care being provided. 4. Facilitate nurses in the development of audit tools to measure process and outcomes of nursing practice. 5. Ensure that research/Audit findings are disseminated and utilised in the delivery of patient care. 6. Assist with the audit of practice development projects and the presentation of findings to clinical staff. 7. Link with the Hospital Accreditation Programme and relevant personnel in promoting best practice and continuous quality improvement. MANAGEMENT: 1. Demonstrate ability to self-manage and organise own workload efficiently. 2. Help foster a supportive working environment by demonstrating excellent leadership ability and communication skills. 3. Communicate effectively with the Directorate Nurse Manager and CNM’s regarding the progress and development of staff nurses within their area of responsibility. Page 1 4. Demonstrate both clinical and professional leadership, enabling a multidisciplinary team culture of continuous staff learning and practice development. 5. Be highly motivated and have a vision of developing skills/competencies that are applicable to clinical areas. 6. Develop a network of contacts and communication links with other professionals that will assist in provision of expert advice to meet the needs of all grades of nursing staff. 7. Attend managerial meetings that require the input of the clinical support nurse. PERSONAL & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT:1. Take responsibility for own professional and personal development updating. 2. Be pro-active in developing own competencies in a structured way linked to regular professional, personal development planning. 3. Practice within St James’s Hospital policies and procedures, Scope of Professional Conduct, and Scope of Nursing Practice. 4. Undertake appropriate further training and education to enable you to practice within a variety of clinical medical/surgical areas and enable you to support the service needs within the scope of professional practice. consequently the post holder may be required to perform other duties as appropriate to the post which may be assigned to him/her from time to time and to contribute to the development of the post while in office. This Role Profile will be subject to review in the light of changing circumstancesAcademic/Professional Qualifications and/or relevant ExperienceRequired:  Registered General Nurse with The Nursing Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI), or eligible to register.  5 years post-registration experience in the acute hospital within the last 7 years.  Demonstrate management experience throughout the last 2 years.  Educated to Degree/Post-Graduate Diploma/Higher Diploma or equivalent level Desirable:  N/A Technical/Clinical Competencies Required:  Demonstrate IT skills  Experience in teaching and assessing the Nursing and HCA Team throughout the last 2 years Desirable:  N/A Page 2 SJH Behavioural Competencies Competency Level The following “descriptors” are a further Required Required clarification of the behaviours required. Candidates should use the descriptors as a ‘guide’ when assessing their suitability for this role and also when preparing an example of where they have demonstrated this competency in the past for inclusion in the required application form. People Management 3  Allocates responsibilities fairly among team members to effectively manage caseloads/workloads.  Empowers staff to carry out their responsibilities, according to the needs of the service/department.  Makes consistent and transparent decisions in relation to people, when all options are considered.  Supports others, both formally and informally, seeking to develop the skills and abilities of team members Leadership Potential 2  Embraces organisational change initiatives, filling structure/roles to support it.  Able to follow through on commitments and bring new ideas/initiatives to fruition (at local level).  Understands importance of getting input and commitment from others when seeking involvement.  Motivates others to act. Communication 3  Creates a culture of open communication to maintain a climate of trust and honesty.  Supports ideas with appropriate research and information to persuade others.  Tailors the content and method of communication to their audience’s level of expertise. Quality and Safety 3  Empowers staff to provide quality of service; Service ensures regular quality audits are carried out and findings are actioned and followed through.  Champions initiatives to improve quality of services.  Promotes and enables a culture of safety. Planning and 3  Builds and uses extended networks of Organisation influence for planning and organising workload.  Develops operational plans and monitors performance and progress on achieving long and short term goals.  Is active in planning for and managing all resources vis a vis the service demands. Escalates expected gaps and shortfalls for Page 3 remedial action. Continuous 3  Is an advocate for the hospital/department by Development – consistently projecting a professional image, Personal & promoting the highest standards. Professional  Encourages investment in continuous learning, at hospital level and in partnership with affiliated and/or other relevant third level institutions as appropriate, and is a role model for others in this regard.  Promotes and supports inter-disciplinary working and associated learning. Furthers same. Proficiency in the English language A level of proficiency in the English language, written and spoken, is a requirement of all roles within St. James’s Hospital. You will be required to self-assess your proficiency level in the Standard Application Form. In addition, your proficiency in spoken English will be assessed during the interview process appropriate to the role available.Particulars of Office 1. The appointment to this post will be Full Time, Permanent and Pensionable. 2. Annual Leave allowance is 25 - 28 days per annum. 3. The person appointed must not give less than one month’s notice in writing, of intention to resign. 4. Normal working hours will be 39 hours per week. 5. You will be required to work the agreed roster / on call arrangements advised to you by your line manager. Your contracted hours of work are liable to change between the hours of 8.00am - 8pm over seven days to meet the requirements for extended day services in accordance with the terms of the Framework Agreement. General Conditions 1. The Hospital Board will not be responsible for the loss or theft of personal belongings. 2. Fire orders must be observed and staff must complete fire training every 2 years 3. All accidents within the department must be reported immediately. 4. In accordance with the “Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005”, all staff must comply with all safety regulations. 5. St James Hospital is a smoke free Campus. Smoking is not permitted within the Hospital Buildings or on the grounds. Confidentiality In the course of your employment you may have access to or hear information concerning the medical or personal affairs of patients and/or staff, or other health services business. Such records and information are strictly confidential and unless acting on the instructions of an authorised officer, on no account must information concerning staff, patients or other health service business be divulged or discussed except in the performance of normal duty. In addition records must never be left in such a manner that unauthorised persons can obtain access to them and must be kept in safe custody when no longer required. Health A candidate for and any person holding the office must be fully competent and capable of undertaking the duties attached to the office and be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service. Page 4 Infection Control & Hygiene It is the responsibility of all staff across the hospital to ensure that infection control and hygiene standards are adhered to and maintained at all times. Recruitment Process  Approval to Hire (VAF process)  Hiring Manager – Role Profile  Advertising  Application Process (Standard Application Form)  Shortlisting of Candidates will be based on information provided in Standard Application Form  Interview Process  All applicants who move to the 2nd stage of the Selection process (i.e. post interview) will be subject to Reference Checking X 2, Garda Clearance and Occupational Health Screening (Questionnaire).  All successful candidates who take up appointment will be required to attend a 1 week Mandatory Induction Programme. Application Procedure: For External Applicants: The Application Form is available under CNM & Specialists Posts section of Careers webpage. Alternatively, please contact the Human Resources Directorate for an application form, Phone: (01) 416 2559 or Email: nursejobs@stjames.ie Please note closing date Sunday 17th February 2019 for receipt of completedapplication forms, C.V.s will not be accepted. A Panel will be formed for which future vacancies will be filled St. James’ Hospital is an Equal Opportunities EmployerPage 5

20 days ago

Aske-Princeton International Fellowship

The Haberdashers' Aske's Boys' School
Elstree
£19,000 a year
Full-time
Internship

Elstree£19,000 a yearThe Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School requires for September 2019Aske – Princeton International Fellowship Full-time The Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School has an established partnership with Princeton University to provide one paid fellowship annually. The precise nature of the role will be shaped to fit the strengths of the candidate appointed. As with all our interns/fellows, this is a supernumerary post. The Aske-Princeton Fellow will assist with academic activities, teaching support, educational research and bring, to our provision, a motivating presence and the inspiration of the highest standards of scholarship. Applications If you wish to discuss this post informally, please contact John Maguire, the Senior Deputy Head (Academic), on +44 208 266 188 or via e-mail Maguire_j@habsboys.org.uk An application form is available from the School’s website: www.habsboys.org.uk. Curriculum Vitae are not accepted. The completed application form should be sent to Human Resources (staffvacancies@habsboys.org.uk) as soon as possible (preferably electronically). It must be received no later than noon on Friday 18th January 2019. We intend to interview on Skype for this role during the Week Commencing 28th of January 2019.The SchoolThe Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School (‘HABS’) has an international reputation for academic excellence and success, combined with exceptional pastoral care and co-curricular achievements. In 2016 the Sunday Times voted HABS as the Independent School of the Year (2016- 17), an impressive accolade. The School is an independent day school with around 1,200 11–18-year-old boys in the Senior School and another 200 boys from the age of 7 in the Preparatory School, which is situated on the same site. A Pre- Prep School for 75 boys aged 5 and 6 is located in nearby. The School’s grounds adjoin those of its sister school, the Haberdashers’ Aske’s School for Girls and an extensive and long-established coach service brings pupils and staff from across a wide area. HABS moved to its current 100-acre rural location in 1961, occupying the grounds of a former stately home: Aldenham House, a Grade 2* listed building, located 15 miles North of the centre of London. A series of magnificent new buildings have been opened in the last decade including a new £13m Sports Facility in 2016. The construction of a state-of-the-art classroom complex at the heart of the campus, specifically designed to reflect international best practice in school design and pedagogy will open in 2018/2019. HABS’ aim is to nurture excellence within its established values of wisdom, integrity and humility. The members of the teaching staff are united by a caring approach, passion for their subject areas and the aspiration to be dynamic, modern and reflective practitioners. Examination results are outstanding, places are heavily oversubscribed and entry is extremely competitive. Boys achieve national prominence in many fields from music, drama and sport to science and Mathematics Olympiads, chess and public speaking. The current intake of boys is exceptional, also graded as Excellent in the ISI inspection report, and the School has been placed at the top of the national league tables. Education at HABS, however, is about more than just academic success. The boys are bright, articulate and open, interested and extremely rewarding to teach. They have a great sense of humour and are very well mannered. Pastoral care is exceptional, with a strong House-based system. Out-of-class activities abound, with many boys assuming responsibility for the running and organisation of events and societies. Music, drama and sport are strong, and there is also a thriving Outdoor Leadership programme and CCF together with a strong and active Community Service programme. HABS’ boys regularly reach the finals of national competitions, such as chess, bridge and debating, but there is also a remarkable commitment to outreach and charity work, reflecting the rich and harmonious ethnic and religious diversity of the School. A Church of England School by tradition, other religious communities flourish with popular, voluntary assemblies on Thursday mornings for the many different faith groups which are represented in the School. This approach to all faiths was highly commended in the current ISI inspection report. The School awards a number of scholarships on entry, but the majority of its funding goes into the provisionof bursaries for cases of financial need. A very successful Development Foundation exists to broaden participation in the life of the School and encourage philanthropic giving. More detailed information about the School and its history is available on the School website: www.habsboys.org.uk and through the Good Schools Guide www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk The Teaching Staff The members of the Teaching Staff are drawn from a wide range of backgrounds and reflect the diversity within the School. There is an equal balance between male and female teachers within the Senior School. All are well qualified, but not necessarily with a formal teaching qualification, and have strong subject knowledge with a deep sense of commitment to the welfare of the boys and to helping them achieve their very best. There is a strong sense of community within the Common Room and it is a harmonious and dynamic place where staff work hard in a collaborative and purposeful atmosphere. There is a growing international dimension to the work of the staff with regular visits overseas and the School is looking to forge links with the best schools across the globe. Support for staff at every stage of their career is exceptional, with one of the foremost and forward- thinking professional development plans in the UK. Pedagogy and teacher development takes a collaborative approach which is both voluntary and open-minded. Many teaching staff regularly attend Learning Lunches where their peers will demonstrate new developments or ideas with which they have been experimenting. In addition, teachers can request specific training which is often run in well attended Twilight Training sessions at the end of a school day. The School operates an ‘open door’ approach with teachers regularly observing each other and learning from their colleagues. Every member of the teaching staff is a form tutor and is expected to participate in the School’s rich array of extra-curricular and sporting subjects. The main sports are Rugby, Field Hockey, Soccer, Athletics and Cricket and the magnificent new swimming pool facility will support the profiles of Swimming and Water-Polo, sports which we are already National champions in. There is a sixth form Enrichment and Enhancement programme within which members of staff are encouraged to share a personal academic interest, pastime or pursuit. The list of available subjects ranges from Geology to Salsa dancing with a gamut of topics in between. Members of the teaching staff lead over 60 clubs and societites which include outreach programmes and charity fundraising projects. HABS will also find ways to encourage members of staff to share and support appropriate interests. Newly Qualified Teacher Programme The School is committed to providing high quality training and support to newly qualified teachers (NQTs). Working in partnership with The Independent Schools Teacher Induction Panel (IStip), the School expertlyguides them through their induction year with experienced mentoring from a departmental colleague and offers ongoing opportunities for lesson observation and pedagogical debate. The School is a centre of excellence for training: we host regular regional conferences where we welcome NQTs from across London and Hertfordshire to participate in professional studies programmes designed by HABS’ staff. Our NQTs experience a rich, varied teaching experience during the first year of their careers, giving them the confidence and expertise to become highly effective, reflective classroom practitioners. The Aske – Princeton International Fellowship The Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School prides itself on its core values of Humility, Wisdom and Integrity. The School has an international outlook and seeks to develop its values within every pupil so that they can make a positive impact on the wider community. Each year the School employs a small number of graduate or post-doctoral students who are looking to find experience in the educational sector, broaden their horizons and most notably in an outstanding English independent school. Academic Teaching Our interns and fellows are supernumerary and assist with academic and extra-curricular activities throughout the School. Each individual brings to our provision up-to-date scholarly and expert subject knowledge as well as a motivating presence. The precise nature of the role will be shaped to fit the strengths and availability of the candidate appointed. The School would welcome applications from any academic discipline but an interest in any of the following departments would be an advantage: Art Biology Chemistry Earth Sciences: Geography & Geology Engineering English Literature Mathematics (Pure, Mechanics or Statistics) Music Physics Theology & Religion Philosophy Enrichment & Enhancement The School offers an exciting enrichment and enhancement programme within the 6th Form curriculum. Lesson time is provided to stretch the pupils beyond the confines of the examination boards in areas of individual academic interest for each teacher. In addition each boy chooses an enrichment course which develops him as an all-round individual. It is expected that the Aske-Princeton International Fellow will contribute to both parts of this programme by offering an international perspective to the pupils. In addition, assistance with the preparation of pupils for university applications, especially US applications, is necessary.Co-curricular The co-curricular programme within the School is extensive, offering a variety of sports. All pupils are encouraged to develop a passion for fitness and well-being, alongside nurturing interests in any sport. The diverse extra-curricular programme allows pupils to develop personal confidence which they then transfer to their academic studies. This provision is supported by excellent sporting facilities such as our new state-of the art Sports’ Centre. In addition to Sport the School has an enviable reputation for its Drama and Music, with regular performances at the Barbican in London. Aske - Princeton International Fellow’s timetable The Aske-Princeton Fellow’s weekly timetable will depend upon the successful candidate’s interests and attributes. School Day & Academic Year The School timetable is split into 35 lessons, each 45 minutes in length. The School operates from 08.30 to 17.30, Monday to Friday. There are no lessons on weekends and staff are free, unless involved in sport or extra-curricular pursuits. The School academic year begins on September 1st and ends in the first week of July. The year is split into three ‘terms’ each varying in length. Autumn Term: First week of September to the third Week of December Spring Term: Second week of January to March/April (dependent upon Easter) Summer Term: March/April (dependent upon Easter) to First week of July Each term is further divided by a half term holiday; Autumn Term holiday is 2 weeks, Spring Term holiday is 1 week, Summer Term holiday is 1 week. In total the School is in operation for 170 days per year, although staff are paid for the time they are on holiday. Teacher timetable A normal teacher, with no responsibilities, will typically teach 26 lessons per week. It is envisaged that the Aske-Princeton Fellow will be timetabled for 18 lessons a week (approximately 50% of the week and 70% of a normal teacher’s loading). The contribution of the Aske-Princeton Fellow will depend on their individual skills and attributes, but may include: You are not required to disclose information about a spent caution if you were under 18 years of age at the time of the offence and two years has elapsed since the date it was issued, and provided it does not appear on the list of "specified offences". The list of "specified offences" that will always be disclosed can be found at: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/dbs-list-of-offences-that-will-never-be-filtered-from-a-criminal-record-check 19

21 days ago

CNS in Epilepsy

St. James's Hospital
South Dublin, Dublin
Full-time
Permanent

Role ProfileRole Title Clinical Nurse Specialist in Epilepsy Purpose of the Role The purpose of this role is to deliver specialist nursing care in line with the five core concepts set out in the Framework for the Establishment of Clinical Nurse Specialist posts (4th edition), National Council for the Professional Development of Nursing and Midwifery (NCNM), 2008. The successful candidate will work as a member of the multidisciplinary team providing a patient centered quality and seamless service. Details of the The management of patients with Epilepsy demands a broad service/Background to range of professional skills and knowledge, as well as skills in the post communication, leadership, teaching, education, research and counselling. The CNS will have the expertise and specialist knowledge to incorporate these skills into practice and so develop standards of care that benefit the patient. In so doing, the CNS will embrace the five core concepts of the clinical nurse specialist role to ensure the provision of a high quality holistic service for the patients in need of the service, and to enhance the health status of this patient population. He/she will work closely with the Neurology team. The main area of responsibility will be Epilepsy but as a team member will be required to support the neurology when needed. As education is a pivotal to this role he/she will be expected to be active in patient and staff teaching and keeping abreast of national and international guidelines. The purpose of this role is to provide specialist nursing expertise on the management of patients with Epilepsy. The successful candidate will work as a member of the multidisciplinary team providing a patient centred, quality and seamless service. The National Clinical Programme for Epilepsy (HSE, 2012) is based on three main objectives; to improve the quality of care we deliver to all users, to improve access to all services and to improve cost effectiveness. Department/Directorate Med Directorate, Department of Neurology Key Reports Operationally: Directorate Nurse Manager Professionally: Director of Nursing Clinically: Dr Colin Doherty Key Direct Reports Staff Nurses, Support Staff, Student Nurses as appropriate On clinical matters only Grade CNM II Salary Scale €49,056 - €57,995 Job Reference Number 44622/19 Enquiries To Carolyn Treacy , A/ADON, Phone:01 4103141, Email: cconroy@stjames.ie Closing Date Sunday, 10th February 2019 Key Duties, Roles and Responsibilities The purpose of this CNS post is to deliver care in line with the five core concepts of the role set out in the Framework for the Establishment of Clinical Nurse/Midwife Specialist Posts, 4th edition, National Council for the Professional Development of Nursing and Midwifery (NCNM) 2008 The management of patients with Epilepsy demands a broad range of professional skills and knowledge provision of a high quality holistic service for the patients in need of the service, and to enhance the health status of this patient population. The main area of responsibility will be the management of the Epilepsy patient but as a team member will be required to support Neurology when needed. The management of patients with Epilepsy demands a broad range of professional skills and knowledge provision of a high quality holistic service for the patients in need of the service, and to enhance the health status of this patient population. The post holder’s practice is based on the five core concepts of the CNS role as defined by the NCNM 4th edition (2008) in order to fulfil the role. The concepts are: SJH Behavioural Competencies Competency Level The following “Descriptors” are a further clarification of Required Required the behaviours required. Candidates should use these descriptors as a “guide” when assessing their suitability for this role and also when preparing an example ofwhere they have demonstrated this competency in the past for inclusion in the required Application Form.Problem Solving and 2  Able to act quickly to address urgent matters Decision Making  Is able to make decisions with the information that is available at the time when a decision is needed quickly  Consults with others to improve decision-making  Is able to recognise early warning signs of potential problems and takes pre-emptive action  Accurately anticipates likely consequences of actions/decisions (both short- and long-term)  Grasps how all decisions (both big and small) might affect other colleagues, Patients, departments or the hospital Communication 2  Keeps key people informed, sharing information in a timely and open manner.  Patiently explains things to others when asked  Clearly and confidently articulates ideas and opinions and their underlying rationale  Draws on a variety of communication methods to fit situation/ circumstances  Communicates with others in a way that builds consensus  Respects others’ views, in particular those of Staff of different grades and those who hold different posts  Documents important/relevant communications Planning and 2  Prioritises team workload and delegates tasks Organising effectively  Ensures most effective allocation and use of resources  Anticipates problems and issues and takes preventative action to address these  Manages competing and changing priorities  Consistently plans ahead to meet important deadlines  Prepares for implementation by ensuring adequate resources are in place  Communicates with others in relation to the plan, and their expectations of them  Plans in a realistic way vis a vis resources and time available Leadership 2  Embraces organisational change initiatives, filling structure/roles to support it  Contributes to the development of an environment where people can develop and flourish  Shows strong initiative; can work outside of standard protocol when necessary  Able to follow through on commitments and bring new ideas/initiatives to fruition (at local level)  Understands importance of getting input and commitment from others when seeking involvement  Motivate others to act. Quality and Safety 3  Designs metrics and measurements to capture Service current standards met/unmet. Takes corrective action and communicates same to all involved.  Is a self-starter who shows initiative, assumes 2 responsibility for results  Has patience and perseverance to see things through  Designs metrics and measurements to capture current standards met/unmet. Takes corrective action and communicates same to all involved. Continuous 3  Demonstrates a track record of effective Development- teaching/mentoring junior staff and is known as a Personal and valued resource. Professional 2  Holds self and others accountable for high standards.  Responds appropriately to unsafe and/or unprofessional practices  Presents at seminars / conferences.  Uses professional bodies to improve knowledge and resources  Stays abreast of new technologies/research relevant to chosen field  Looks to achieve personal and professional fulfilment Proficiency in the English languageA level of proficiency in the English language, written and spoken, is a requirement of all roles within St. James’s Hospital. You will be required to self-assess your proficiency level in the Standard Application Form. In addition,your proficiency in spoken English will be assessed during the interview process appropriate to the role available.Particulars of Office 1. The appointment to this post will be Full Time, Permanent & Pensionable. 2. Annual Leave allowance is 25 – 28 days per annum. 3. The person appointed must not give less than one months’ notice, in writing, of intention to resign. 4. Normal working hours will be 39 per week.5. You will be required to work the agreed roster / on call arrangements advised to you by your line manager. Your contracted hours of work are liable to change between the hours of 8.00am - 8pm over seven days to meet the requirements for extended day services in accordance with the terms of the Framework Agreement General Conditions 1. The Hospital Board will not be responsible for the loss or theft of personal belongings. 2. Fire orders must be observed and staff must complete fire training every 2 years 3. All accidents within the department must be reported immediately. 4. In accordance with the “Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005”, all staff must comply with all safety regulations. 5. St James Hospital is a smoke free Campus. Smoking is not permitted within the Hospital Buildings or on the grounds. Confidentiality In the course of your employment you may have access to or hear information concerning the medical or personal affairs of patients and/or staff, or other health services business. Such records and information are strictly confidential and unless acting on the instructions of an authorised officer, on no account must information concerning staff, patients or other health service business be divulged or discussed except in the performance of normal duty. In addition records must never be left in such a manner that unauthorised persons can obtain access to them and must be kept in safe custody when no longer required. Health A candidate for and any person holding the office must be fully competent and capable of undertaking the duties attached to the office and be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service. Infection Control & Hygiene It is the responsibility of all staff across the hospital to ensure that infection control and hygiene standards are adhered to and maintained at all times. Recruitment Process  Approval to Hire (VAF process)  Hiring Manager – Role Profile  Advertising  Application Process (Standard Application Form)  Shortlisting of Candidates will be based on information provided in Standard Application Form  Interview Process  All applicants who move to the 2nd stage of the Selection process (i.e. post interview) will be subject to Reference Checking X 2, Self-Declaration, Garda Clearance, Occupational Health Screening (Questionnaire) and relevant Qualification/Professional Membership validation. For External Applicants: The Application Form is available under Nursing Posts section of Careers webpage. Alternatively, please contact the Human Resources Directorate for an application form, Phone: (01) 4162559 or Email: nursejobs@stjames.ie Please note closing date Sunday 10th February 2019 for receipt of completed application forms. C.V.s will not be accepted. A panel may be formed from which future vacancies will be filled St. James’s Hospital is an Equal Opportunities EmployerAppendix 1Where applicants are in the process of completing a relevant Master’s Degree or Post Graduate Diploma/Higher Diploma level (QQI) major award, relevant to the area of specialist clinical practice at level 8 or above, he/she will be required to furnish HEI formal transcripts detailing the modules they have successfully completed. The applicant must demonstrate that they have successfully completed the required number of relevant modules that equates to a formal recognised post-registration qualification at Post Graduate Diploma/Higher Diploma level (QQI), or ECTS Credits equivalent to Post Graduate Diploma level as deemed by the HEI, relevant to the area of specialist clinical practice at level 8 or above. Refer to your local Director NMPD for guidance in relation to assessing individual cases. In exceptional circumstances where such a course of study relevant to the specialist area has not been developed and is not available, the following guidance should apply: Where the applicant has achieved a formal recognised post-registration major award in nursing/midwifery practice at level 8 or above, not in the area of specialist practice, the applicant must additionally demonstrate the following: The applicant must have successfully undertaken formal recognised post-registration clinical education and have acquired a QQI award e.g. certificate, module at level 8 or above relevant to the area of specialist practice – name the area prior to application. Or In very exceptional circumstances where a QQI award relevant to the area of specialist practice is not available, the applicant must demonstrate that he/she has successfully undertaken a substantial course/programme relevant to the specialist practice prior to application, which should be either academically accredited or endorsed by a relevant professional association. And The applicant must demonstrate relevant and ongoing continuous professional development (CPD).

27 days ago

Portfolio Strategy Intern

General Electric
Dublin
Internship
Graduate

InternshipRole Summary: The purpose of this 12 week internship is to provide graduates of the MSc in Aviation Finance in UCD with an opportunity to gain invaluable experience in Aviation Leasing & Financing. It seeks to provide an enriching experience through challenging assignments that will lead to Industry experience and professional skill development while also making a real contribution to the business. Essential Responsibilities:

29 days ago

Graduate recruitment for 2018

Oxford Economics
Belfast
Part-time
Permanent

Northern Ireland Graduate Recruitment for 2018Would you like to join the graduate training scheme at Oxford Economics?Do you follow economic events closely? Would you like to advise organizations on the implications for the countries, industries, cities and business trends that matter to them? To influence decisions about where businesses invest, what government policy should be, or how senior executives think about key business and management trends?Who are we looking for?Oxford Economics’ training scheme is for high-achieving graduates who want to apply their understanding of economics to real world issues. You must be able to put together logical economic arguments and explain them to convincingly to economists and non-economists alike. You will need to be a fast learner with strong analytical skills and keen attention to detail. You should be comfortable meeting tight deadlines and working under your own initiative.Successful candidates are highly numerate and have good technical skills. They work well with others, take responsibility for the quality and timeliness of their work, and demonstrate a creative approach to problem-solving. Fluency in English is essential, as is the ability to communicate clearly and concisely.We welcome applications from those who meet this description with:We also consider applications from recent graduates with experience in academic research, the civil service, financial services or consultancy.What training do we offer?We are a fast-growing, independent consultancy with a global reach. Our goals are to provide excellent analysis, forecasting and analytical tools for our clients; and interesting, challenging and rewarding careers for our staff.Graduate trainees do work that matters from their first week. They are supported by comprehensive training on the technical and business skills needed to handle economics projects, forecasts and research.The training includes report writing, presentation and project management as well as advanced excel skills, econometrics, our proprietary Global Economic Model and introductory programming. It is delivered through short courses, a group project and on-the-job training.What work will you do?Our culture is modern, open and collaborative. You will be working closely with experienced economists and expected to take responsibility for your work from an early stage.Depending on the team you join, you will contribute to Oxford Economics’ global macro and sectoral forecasts and prepare briefing articles on topical economic issues; develop econometric forecasting tools; undertake scenario and policy analysis; or assist senior economists on a variety of consultancy projects.Here are some examples of recent reports and projects.1. Sainsbury’s Living Well Index (Sainsbury’s microsite here (https://www.about.sainsburys.co.uk/about-us/live-well-for-less/living-well-index).)2. Our Brexit report (http://www.oxfordeconomics.com/recent-releases/assessing-the-economic-implications-of-brexit),3. Baker McKenzie Global Transactions Forecast (http://www.oxfordeconomics.com/recent-releases/Baker-McKenzie-Global-Transactions-Forecast-2017)4. HSBC Trade in Services (https://www.oxfordeconomics.com/publication/open/270434)5. City briefings (http://www.oxfordeconomics.com/my-oxford/publications/396254 and http://www.oxfordeconomics.com/my-oxford/publications/387141What are the opportunities for progression?If you do well you can expect rapid promotion. Successful progress through the training period is marked by completing a six-month probationary period and earning promotion from Assistant Economist to Economist after one year.You will have the opportunity to rotate into another position after about 18 months, either for a temporary secondment or more permanent role. Some rotations may be to an oversees office such as New York, Singapore or Dubai.After two years you will be well on your way to becoming a professional economist. From this stage, promotion to Senior Economist is open to strong performers.You may choose to gain experience elsewhere in the firm. As a fast-growing company, we can offer a flexible career path designed to suit your strengths and interests.At all levels we offer a competitive salary package, including a performance-related bonus, and regular pay reviews.What is the working environment like?We are now a global organization employing 200 economists but we strive to retain the best features of the original start-up environment. This means an informal but hard-working culture. Flexible working arrangements are available, including part-time and remote working. We cultivate entrepreneurial thinking, for example in supporting staff to pursue opportunities and map their own career paths.As well as working hard, we encourage employees to volunteer in the community. There are regular social events and staff parties, and more informal lunchtime and evening activities, often organised by individuals.Which division of Oxford Economics will I be part of and where will I be based?Your role will be split equally between our Europe, Middle East and Africa Macroeconomic Consultancy team and our Macroeconomic Forecasting team. This will give you the opportunity to work with large multinational clients on a wide and varied range of consultancy projects, as well as the opportunity to undertake country macroeconomic forecasting responsibilities using the Oxford Economics Global Economic Model.The role will be primarily based in our Northern Ireland office, which is in Lisburn (just outside Belfast), but will also involve travel to London once every 1-2 months for a few days per trip. These roles provide graduates with the opportunity to experience both sides of Oxford Economics’ business, providing them with a well-rounded skill-set by the end of the graduate programme. At this point, you can choose which area you’d prefer to specialise in.How to applyApplications are now open for the September 2018 graduate training scheme. Please attach your CV (resumé) and cover letter when applying to be considered for candidacy. Your cover letter should explain how you meet our requirements, identify which area(s) of our business most interest you. Please specify in the email heading that you are applying for the graduate training scheme.The deadline for applications is 31st December 2017. However, early application is strongly recommended. We review applications as they are received and will begin interviewing in December.Our recruitment processWe acknowledge all applications and will contact you again by email if we wish to proceed with your application.The selection process may include a short telephone interview, plus written tests and interviews to assess your economics skills and the behaviours outlined above.First interviews will be held in December in Belfast, or via Skype for those abroad. We will run a second set of interviews in January for later applications and those unable to attend in December. Successful candidates can expect to receive offers in January or February to join the scheme starting on 17 September 2018.We also offer a summer internship scheme and one-year industrial placement scheme [Industrial Year placement (https://www.oxfordeconomics.com/Contents/Item/Display/389240)] for students who have not yet completed their courses.

29 days ago

Undergraduate Trainee 2019 GCM

BNY Mellon
London
Internship
Graduate

The incumbent performs assigned duties under the direction of an experienced staff member to acquire knowledge of methods, procedures, and standards required for performance of the departmental duties. He/She receives training and performs tasks in one of several departments to become familiar with the line of business and company policies and practices. He/She may be trained in functions and operations of related departments to facilitate subsequent transferability between departments and to provide greater experience opportunities. He/ She will need to be able to undertake a piece of project work or a number of smaller projects. The qualified individual should currently be enrolled in a 3 or 4-year degree program and must have a minimum QPA of 3.2 and need to complete this assignment as part of their degree qualification. The duration of the role will usually be a minimum of 20 weeks and no more than a year. He/She will possess strong leadership, analytical, and problem solving skills. Strong communication and organizational skills is a must. He/She should be able to work in a team environment as well as work independently and be computer proficient. The incumbent will be studying for their first degree and will have completed at least one year of this course. Qualifications . For over 230 years, the people of BNY Mellon have been at the forefront of finance, expanding the financial markets while supporting investors throughout the investment lifecycle. BNY Mellon can act as a single point of contact for clients looking to create, trade, hold, manage, service, distribute or restructure investments & safeguards nearly one-fifth of the world's financial assets. BNY Mellon remains one of the safest, most trusted and admired companies. Every day our employees make their mark by helping clients better manage and service their financial assets around the world. Whether providing financial services for institutions, corporations or individual investors, clients count on the people of BNY Mellon across time zones and in 35 countries and more than 100 markets. It's the collective ambition, innovative thinking and exceptionally focused client service paired with a commitment to doing what is right that continues to set us apart. Make your mark: bnymellon.com/careers. Global Client Management (GCM) delivers the whole company to our largest and most complex clients globally. GCM has a deep knowledge of our clients and their markets and industries, empowering BNY Mellon to tailor and deliver innovative solutions that address clients strategic needs. GCM drives BNY Mellon's business development efforts by working with our clients and business relationship managers, sales managers and product specialists. GCM is a key part of our Client and Regional Management organization, which includes client industry segment coverage, corporate lending and regional area business management, and is organized into four client coverage teams: Banks/Broker Dealers & Advisors, Corporates, Insurers and Investment Managers. Corporate Lending is structured into Real Estate, Syndications and Credit Management. GCM maintains a regional focus on franchise clients, including sovereigns and central banks, in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), Latin America and Asia Pacific. BNY Mellon is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.Primary Location: United Kingdom-Greater London-London Job: Internship Internal Jobcode: 54198 Organization: GCM EMEA-HR15744 Requisition Number: 1816129

29 days ago

Trainee Recruitment Consultant

Premier Group
London
£20,000 - £28,000 a year
Permanent
Graduate

£20,000 - £28,000 a year"Money is the sixth sense that makes it possible to enjoy the other five." If you are a money motivated individual, who wants the chance to earn a six figure salary, then I want to hear from you! Premier Group are currently looking for two Trainee Recruitment Consultants to join our London office! A career here at Premier Group is not only incredibly financially rewarding, but will also offer you clear career progression, comprehensive and ongoing training, and the chance to work with industry experts on a daily basis. If you are a resilient, hard working and ambitious individual who strives to exceed and beat targets, then this really could be the perfect job for you! Premier Group UK can offer competitive salaries, unrivalled incentives and an outstanding commission structure! Premier Group UK are an award-winning organisation who have featured in the 'Sunday Times Best 100 Companies to Work For' six years in a row. With international offices based in London, Reading, Birmingham, Manchester and New York, we have seen growth in both turnover and headcount since we first opened our doors 18 years ago - a true testament to our continued success! Premier Group have developed a truly comprehensive recruitment solution across the IT, Digital, HR and Engineering sectors. Ideally you will have a keen interest in the Digital or Technology industry. We are based in the heart of the city of London, less than a minutes walk from Liverpool Street Station. We provide a focused and competitive environment where the emphasis is 'work hard, play hard.' Features of our London office includes; Pool table, fully stocked beer and wine fridge, chill out sofas and weekly PT sessions! What does a day in the life of a Trainee Recruitment Consultant at Premier look like? Three month intensive training program (Able to earn commission straight away) Headhunting and resourcing candidates for positions Business development and marketing - speaking to existing and new clients Sales writing and job advertising Sales and negotiating What are we looking for in you as a Recruitment Consultant? Proven recruitment or sales experience with any IT, Digital, Business, Engineering experience is desirable, but not essential A resilient character with an outgoing personality Excellent written & verbal English Ambitious! Competitive! Driven! What's in it for you? Competitive Basic Salary - £20,000 - £28,000 Structured career path and Team Leading/Management Opportunities (Organically grown management) Leading commission scheme paying up to 40% of what you generate (Unrivalled) Mentoring, coaching, training by the business owners and management through out comprehensive 12 week training program Additional Benefits? Un-capped commission which is available whilst in training Thorough and comprehensive graduate training scheme delivered through our Graduate Academy 'IMPACT'. Quarterly and annual luxury all expenses paid trips to destinations including Hollywood, Maldives, Las Vegas, Barcelona, Prague, Berlin and many more! Monthly high achievers' lunch clubs in Michelin star restaurants! Numerous incentives including; watches, holiday vouchers and hundreds of pounds in high-end retail vouchers awarded for achieving sales targets! Paid nights out / all day clubs and working for a company that focuses on its people - somewhere that everyone is valued and supported! And many more! If this opportunity sounds exactly like what you are looking for, apply today or call Stacey on 0207 247 5747 stallen@premiergroupuk.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/stacey-allen-9a10b614a/ Premier Group Recruitment recruit in to the following specialised sectors of recruitment consultancy including; Technology Recruitment, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Finance Recruitment, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Engineering Recruitment, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Aviation Recruitment, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Energy Recruitment, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, IT Recruitment, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Client Services Recruitment, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Mechanical Engineering Recruitment, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, SAP Recruitment, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, HR Recruitment, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Accountancy Recruitment, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Investment Banking Recruitment, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Life Sciences Recruitment, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Digital Recruitment, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Media Recruitment, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Marketing Recruitment, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Public Sector Recruitment, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, International Recruitment, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Pharmaceutical Recruitment, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Bioscience Recruitment, Procurement Recruitment, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Supply Chain Recruitment, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Management Recruitment, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Electronics Recruitment, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Banking Recruitment, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Electrical Recruitment, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Insurance Recruitment Trainee Recruitment Consultant We typically place people into the following positions: Trainee Recruiter, Graduate Recruiter, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Recruitment Consultant, Graduate Recruitment Consultant, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Permanent Recruitment Consultant, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Permanent Recruitment Consultant. Graduate Trainee Recruitment Consultant, B2B, B2C, Business graduate, sales graduate 765

29 days ago

Junior Designer

LBA Branding (Lothar Bohm Associates)
London
£20,000 - £25,000 a year
Full-time
Graduate

£20,000 - £25,000 a yearLBA Branding clients range from pet food to financial services; in fact a variety of market sectors. You must therefore be comfortable with moving from category to category, and market to marketPrimary Job Responsibilities

29 days ago
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