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Construction Management Graduate

C-Mac Electrical LtdCavanFull-timeGraduate

Job Title; Construction Management Graduate We are seeking an enthusiastic, energetic candidate interested in seeking valuable experience within the Electrical/construction Industry. The employer is an Electrical contracting company who carry out projects across a wide range of sectors both in the Industrial & commercial areas. Electrical knowledge or experience would be an advantage but not essential as full training will be provided. Tasks include: Estimating-tendering Project management Attending Site meetings Preparing Project info Submittals Agreeing final accounts & Negotiating contracts. Good terms & Conditions.

24 days ago

Commercial Graduate

KANTARDublinGraduate

We go beyond the obvious, using intelligence, passion and creativity to inspire new thinking and shape the world we live in. To start a career that is out of the ordinary, please apply... Job Details Ad Title: Market Research Graduate Development Programme 2019 Location: Ely Place, Dublin 2 Introduction Join this graduate programme to grow your Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) industry knowledge and develop your analytical skills. Then build stories for our clients that inspire them to make successful decisions using our world class consumer panel data. Contribute to our business growth and see yourself flourish as you grow your career within a highly successful company full of opportunities. Ranked 7th as a Great Place to Work® and our MD, Tim Kidd is ranked 5th among Top CEOs in the Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Awards. We’re proud of both these achievements and what this means for our people. Role responsibilities Kantar Worldpanel is the global expert in shoppers’ behaviour. Through continuous monitoring, advanced analytics and tailored solutions, Kantar Worldpanel inspires successful decisions by brand owners, retailers, market analysts and government organisations globally. In this Graduate analyst position you’ll grow your FMCG industry knowledge and develop your analytical ability to build stories for our clients that inspire them to make successful decisions using our world class consumer panel data. You’ll be meeting your client contacts, building strong relationships with them to understand and answer their key business questions. To help achieve this we’ll develop and train you to use our tools and solutions to analyse data, develop insight and create presentations that communicate your point of view and recommendations. Of course you won’t be doing this on your own, you’ll have all the support, and development opportunities you’ll need. You’ll also have to get to know your team and colleagues across our business, collaborating to deliver this fantastic work. Person specification You’ll have an engaging communication style with a genuine curiosity and enthusiasm for understanding the markets our clients operate in. Through your work you’ll have an interest in data and numbers and a desire to share ideas with your colleagues and contribute to the overall team objectives. You’ll have a fascination for consumers, how they behave and the choices they make combined with commercial acumen and the willingness to meet sales targets. Passion and drive to support our strong business growth by spotting opportunities with your clients and meeting sales targets. This process can all be started with you simply clicking here to apply. Kantar Worldpanel is an equal opportunities employer. We are committed to promoting and creating a more diverse and inclusive environment for all our people. Your CV will only be used at the initial application stage and your personal information will not be shared. If you have a disability or are neuro divergent and require support with your application please contact graduaterecruitment@kantar.com Brand Kantar Worldpanel Location Dublin, Ely PlaceIreland Kantar Rewards Statement At Kantar we have an integrated way of rewarding our people based around a simple, clear and consistent set of principles. Our approach helps to ensure we are market competitive and also to support a pay for performance culture, where your reward and career progression opportunities are linked to what you deliver. J Kantar is the world’s leading data, insights and consulting company. We understand more about how people think, feel, shop, share, vote and view than anyone else. Combining our expertise in human understanding with advanced technologies, Kantar’s 30,000 people help the world’s leading organisations succeed and grow.

1 day ago

Early Careers Recruitment & Development Manager

GlanbiaKilkennyPermanentInternship

Glanbia Early Careers Recruitment & Development Manager An excellent opportunity exists within Glanbia Business Services for an Early Careers Recruitment & Development Manager . This permanent opportunity can be based in our Kilkenny or Citywest, Dublin 24 office and will report to the Director of HR – Corporate & GBS. Glanbia is a global nutrition company, grounded in science and nature and dedicated to providing better nutrition for every step of life’s journey. We employ over 6,900 people across 34 countries and our products are sold or distributed in over 130 countries with revenue of €2.3 billion in 2018. Our major production facilities are located in Ireland, the US, the UK, Germany and China. We have three segments; Glanbia Performance Nutrition, Glanbia Nutritionals and Joint Ventures & Associates. Our shares are listed on the Irish and London Stock Exchanges (symbol: GLB). Our Pure Ambition Development Programme is positioned strategically within Glanbia to provide a long term view of developing our future leaders. The programme has received numerous awards, recognising our commitment to invest in our emerging leaders and create a world-class development experience through on-the-job development, formal training, international assignments, coaching and mentoring. In this role, you will be responsible for working with internal and external stakeholders to define and execute a global talent attraction and development strategy for this early career cohort. You will draw on strong commercial, talent development and relationship management expertise to work across our business units, markets and regions to ensure alignment between the programme outcomes and business growth. Key deliverables of the role Global Strategy & Relationship Management

28 days ago

Senior Occupational Therapist

BeaumontDublinFull-timePermanent

Description Post Title: Senior Occupational Therapist (Raheny Community Nursing Unit (0.5 WTE)/Nursing Home Outreach (0.5 WTE)) Post Status: Permanent Department:  Occupational Therapy Location: Beaumont Hospital, Dublin 9 / Raheny Community Nursing Unit  Reports to: Occupational Therapy Manager in Charge III Salary: Appointment will be made on Grade X (€52,162- €61,418) at a point in line with Government pay policy. Hours of work: Full-Time Closing Date: 12 Noon on Thursday, 22nd August 2019 Position Summary: This permanent senior occupational therapy position is a split post within the residential care setting. The successful candidate will be based in the Raheny Community Nursing Unit (0.5WTE) but will also deliver nursing home outreach services (0.5WTE) in the north Dublin area. The successful candidate will be selected through an external competition. The post holder will deliver an integrated expert service to meet the occupational therapy needs of patients within these services. He/she will work in collaboration with the occupational therapy manager and other occupational therapists in planning, co-ordinating, delivering and evaluating the Raheny Community Nursing Unit (RCNU) and Nursing Home Outreach services. The Occupational Therapist should abide by the Code of Ethics of the Association of Occupational Therapists of Ireland. Principal Duties and Responsibilities: Accountability: The senior occupational therapist is accountable to the occupational therapy manager, Beaumont Hospital. Professionalism 1. Represent the occupational therapy profession and promote the profile of occupational therapy within Care of the Elderly (COTE) services throughout the organisation, nationally and internationally 2. Demonstrate sound clinical reasoning based on experience and clinical expertise in the COTE service areas. 3. Respect the values, beliefs and needs of patients and staff and include patients in decision-making processes as appropriate 4. Support and delegate appropriately to occupational therapy staff working within the COTE service areas. 5. Interpret standards of practice, as well as professional codes of conduct, professional and organisational policies ensuring they are incorporated into occupational therapy practice within COTE service areas. 6. Recognise when it is appropriate to refer decisions to a higher level of authority and include colleagues in the decision making process 7. Promote initiatives in the COTE service areas that will ensure a high standard of professional practice development in line with improved patient care 8. Demonstrate understanding and respect for the roles of all members of the MDT 9. Keep up-to-date with developments within the COTE service areas in own organisation, professional body, nationally and internationally and apply to practice as appropriate 10. Manage own work-life balance and support others (e.g. occupational therapists, occupational therapy assistants) with same 11. Contribute professional expertise to wider organisational initiatives/ committees/steering groups at local, national and international level 12. Provide specialist support to the COTE service areas staff Managing a Caseload 1. Demonstrate advanced clinical reasoning and problem solving skills in completing occupational therapy assessments and interventions with patients within the Raheny Community Nursing Unit (RCNU) and Nursing Home Outreach services. 2. Use advanced prioritisation and planning skills to ensure patients are placed on the appropriate pathway and the timely completion of onward referrals to other services 3. Demonstrate an advanced proficiency in ability to screen and prioritise patients according to clinical needs using clinical reasoning skills and providing support to all occupational therapy staff. 4. Prioritise and maximise effectiveness of intervention using available resources to ensure service areas demands are optimally met. 5. Ensure collaboration with other relevant MDT colleagues for complex patient presentation to ensure holistic approach to patient care 6. Balance clinical demands with other responsibilities (e.g. research, administration, service development, teaching, CPD, staff supervision) through effective time management and organisational skills Communication 1. Communicate oral and written information in a clear, concise and well-structured manner appropriate to the content and the target audience 2. Build and maintain effective relationships with colleagues at clinical and management levels within the COTE service. 3. Facilitate and maintain open communication within own service and department 4. Promote and foster effective cross discipline communications and evaluation processes with MDT colleagues, advocating shared discharge planning for optimal patient care 5. Deal constructively with obstacles and conflict to ensure patient focused decision-making within the MDT 6. Build relations and links with community colleagues, working together to promote and enhance appropriate patient pathways for a seamless service 7. Ensure that communication with patients and families /carers is appropriate and timely and develop written resource packs for patients/carers as indicated 8. Present lectures, service evaluation, audit and research projects at local, national and international level 9. Negotiate clearly and effectively with relevant stakeholders Planning, Maintaining and Evaluating a Quality Service 1. Demonstrate an advanced level of clinical knowledge and skills of clinical presentations and risk factors and provide senior support in decision-making for other occupational therapy staff 2. Working with MDT colleagues, demonstrate advanced clinical skills in the COTE service, assisting with advanced diagnostic, prognostic and patient management within the service 3. Demonstrate advanced knowledge of care pathways appropriate to with the COTE service. 4. Recognise appropriate services and supports (OT, MDT and other) to optimise patient outcomes and identify the need for appropriate onward consultation or referral 5. Design and implement processes and procedures to ensure the highest standards of practice are met in the in-patient orthopaedic/Vascular occupational therapy service by establishing governance systems 6. Report emerging risk issues to the occupational therapy manager and other relevant senior staff within the service areas 7. Work collaboratively with the MDT to identify, plan and implement interdisciplinary practices 8. Foster and lead a culture and practice of evaluating service outcomes and other data collection and implementing quality improvement initiatives as appropriate 9. Develop and implement strategic service and business plans, quality initiatives, audits etc. based on up to date evidence based practice and report on outcomes in collaboration with the occupational therapy manager and other stakeholders 10. Oversee, evaluate and advise the occupational therapy manager on optimal resource utilisation for effective service delivery and optimal patient and service outcomes Leadership and Service Development 1. Understand the principles of the operational management of the RCNU and Outreach service and be responsible for the day-to-day management of these clinical speciality areas. 2. Act as an expert occupational therapy clinical resource for the COTE MDT, occupational therapy service and students 3. Promote the role of occupational therapy RCNU and Outreach service in the organisation and at national and international level 4. Lead senior clinical decision-making processes within the in-patient RCNU and Outreach service 5. Identify and prioritise the requirements of the RCNU and Outreach service areas within a constantly changing environment 6. Develop guidelines for safe and effective practice in the RCNU and Outreach service. 7. Refine and advance occupational therapy practice within the RCNU and Outreach service areas and develop formal links with appropriate national and international networks 8. Represent the RCNU and Outreach occupational therapy service, nationally and internationally as required 9. Deputise for the occupational therapy manager in his/ her absence as required 10. Explore and champion new initiatives, practices and models of care, in line with best practice, to improve the patient experience and outcome 11. Seek to identify and avail of opportunities to assist with and contribute to strategic planning e.g. development of business cases 12. Develop and implement new service initiatives in collaboration with appropriate stakeholders such as occupational therapy manager, MDT members etc. 13. Assist the occupational therapy manager in the recruitment of staff 14. Ensure that an efficient system of stock control is maintained 15. Act as a role model for occupational therapy staff and staff of other professions, in the areas of clinical competence, attitude and enthusiasm of occupational therapy, being available as a resource for staff 16. Collate and analyse workload statistics required for departmental purposes and for service reviews Evidence- Based Practice 1. Demonstrate advanced level knowledge of evidence in relation to the in-patient orthopaedic/Vascular service areas 2. Apply this advanced specialist knowledge to local practice, working with colleagues to implement the necessary steps to achieve the highest possible standard of care 3. Monitor and evaluate effectiveness of interventions within the service and modify accordingly where new evidence emerges or where evidence base is incomplete 4. Monitor and report on the use of best practice clinical standards and guidelines in the occupational therapy RCNU and Outreach service areas and apply this specialist knowledge within the service 5. Demonstrate expert understanding of service demands and trends and design processes, in consultation with the occupational therapy manager, to ensure demands are appropriately met 6. Champion and lead the development of occupational therapy in RCNU and Outreach service areas, working with experts/partners nationally and internationally to advance practice Research 1. Understand the principles of research and research methodology which underpin an analytical approach to clinical practice 2. Lead and facilitate research projects relevant to the RCNU and Outreach service areas at local or national level 3. Collaborate with all relevant stakeholders in respect of relevant research projects 4. Co-ordinate and promote departmental research in conjunction with the occupational therapy department and the departmental strategic plan 5. Publish research, case studies and critical reviews in peer-reviewed publications 6. Lead the dissemination of research findings locally and nationally within occupational therapy and the wider healthcare arena 7. Identify gaps in the evidence base and initiate/facilitate research to enhance evidence based practice locally, nationally and internationally Act as a Clinical Resource 1. Act in an advanced clinical advisory role to own colleagues and MDT 2. Identify the need for appropriate onward consultation 3. Represent the profession/HSCPs at local, national and international level for the RCNU and Outreach service areas. 4. Act as an advanced clinical advisor, nationally and internationally Continuing Professional Development 1. Identify own personal and professional learning needs and seek support from occupational therapy manager as indicated 2. Facilitate staff in identifying their own development needs and addressing these needs through planned learning, clinical supervision and professional support as required 3. Deliver appropriate and effective feedback and be receptive to feedback 4. Evaluate the training and development needs of occupational therapy staff working in RCNU and Outreach service areas, plan and implement training processes to meet these needs 5. Provide education, supervision, mentoring and support for occupational therapists in the RCNU and Outreach service areas. 6. Contribute to MDT education as appropriate 7. Plan, deliver and evaluate education, training and health promotion activities, incorporating inter-professional education models as appropriate 8. Identify and avail of formal and informal learning opportunities within occupational therapy and MDT contexts 9. Provide safe and effective under-graduate clinical placements 10. Provide expert advice and training to network, national and international colleagues in the field 11. Take the lead on occupational therapy input into post graduate clinical placements 12. Contribute to educational policy and education of pre and post qualifying practitioner The above Duties list is not intended to be a comprehensive list of all duties involved and 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. Selection Criteria: Selection criteria outline the qualifications, skills, knowledge and/or experience that the successful candidate would need to demonstrate for successful discharge of the responsibilities of the post. Applications will be assessed on the basis of how well candidates satisfy these criteria. Mandatory: Candidates must, on the latest date for receiving completed application forms, possess: a) Hold a qualification approved by the Occupational Therapists Registration Board at CORU b) The Bachelor of Science (Honors) in Occupational Therapy from NUI Galway, the University of Dublin or University College Cork or c) A Master of Science from the University of Limerick or d) A Diploma from a College of Occupational Therapy or e) A recognised qualification at least equivalent to (a) or (b) or (c) which has been validated by the Department of Health as broadly equivalent to the above qualifications f) Have at least three years satisfactory post qualification working experience as an occupational therapist. Desirable: a) Clinical experience working within the care of the elderly services, especially in the clinical area of residential care Informal Enquiries ONLY to: Name: Paul Maloney Title: Occupational Therapy Manager in Charge III Email address: paulmaloney@beaumont.ie Telephone: 01 8092520 Further Information for Candidates: Supplementary information: The Hospital www.beaumont.ie Management Unit: www.beaumont.ie/hr

15 days ago

Student Life And Residence Assistant

Arcadia University – The College of Global StudiesDublinPart-timeGraduate

Student Life and Residence Assistant The College of Global Studies Founded in 1853, Arcadia University is Philadelphia's global university and a pioneer in international education. It is a top-ranked private university offering bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees. In addition to six colleges and schools in the United States, we have 10 centers and offices around the world. Every year, our faculty and staff enrich the lives of our 3,700 current students, 3,000 study abroad participants, and more than 26,000 alumni. Job Description and Responsibilities The Student Life and Residence Assistant at Arcadia University’s Dublin Centre supports the housing and living experience of students assigned to a residence operated and managed by Arcadia in Dublin. The RLA will develop a sense of community for students living in the Dublin 6 area of Dublin. The RLA will be available to assist incoming and departing students. In addition, the RLA will also assist with student events and orientations for all other Arcadia University students in Ireland. The RLA reports directly to the Irish Programmes Officer. The RLA assists the staff in providing program services for students and in maintaining the Dublin based housing in which the students reside. This position requires an average of 10 hours per week for assigned responsibilities, with some of those hours scheduled consistently in the evenings (between 5pm-10pm). At certain times of the year (start of Academic year August and September) as well as beginning of Spring semester (December and January), the time commitment may increase slightly due to student arrivals etc. This position also requires the RLA to be available for student arrivals, orientation, and attendance on occasional co-curricular activities planned by the Dublin Center. Conditions This part-time position is based in Dublin. This position will report to the Irish Programmes Officer at Arcadia University in Ireland. The position will need to become familiar with regulations and procedures of The College of Global Studies at Arcadia University. Salary: €800 per month. Hours: This is a part-time position with evening and weekend work frequently required. This position requires a time an average of 10 hours per week for assigned responsibilities, with some of those hours scheduled consistently in the evenings (between 5pm-10pm). Office Presence While this position is not office based there is a requirement for the candidate to present in person to our Center for 1-2 hours per week. The purpose of this will be to work with appropriate staff to ensure that all necessary housing matters are in place. This will also provide opportunity for other staff meetings to take place in the presence of the Resident Life Assistant. This position will be for 1 year. A review will be made following this period. Housing Support Interviews will be held the week beginning 19 August 2019. Anticipated Start date: 9 September 2019 All applicants please send a cover letter and CV to Thomas Kelley at kelleyt@arcadia.edu CV review will begin immediately and the position will remain open until filled.

21 days ago

Assistant Professor In Electronic And Computer Engineering

Dublin City UniversityDublinGraduate

Academic Appointments in Electronic and Computer Engineering: Information for Candidates DÁMH NA hINNEALTÓIREACHTA AGUS NA RÍOMHAIREACHTA FACULT Y OF ENGINEERING AND COMPUTING About the DCU Faculty of Engineering and Computing is distinguished by both the quality and impact of its Today’s engineers and scientists play an graduates and its focus on the translation increasingly important role in the future of knowledge into societal and economic of our country and the world. This Faculty benefit. Excellence in its education and focuses on preparing students to pursue research activities has led to DCU’s careers in the STEM and ICT sectors. consistent ranking (THE; QS) as one of the world’s leading young universities. The Faculty is home to the Schools of Computing, Electronic Engineering With a strong commitment to research and Mechanical and Manufacturing excellence the University is home to a Engineering and hosts or participates number of internationally renowned in a number of large-scale world-class research centres in specific areas of research centres, including: INSIGHT Science, Digital Innovation, Engineering, (Data Analytics), ADAPT (Digital Humanities, Social Sciences, Education Content Technology), Lero (Software and Business. As Ireland’s University Engineering), Entwine (Internet of Things) of Enterprise, DCU is renowned for and I-Form (Additive Manufacturing). its commitment to innovation and entrepreneurship, and its proactive The Faculty offers degree programmes engagement with the enterprise sector. at Bachelors, Masters and PhD levels, and our graduates are highly sought DCU has created an environment after by industry. We offer a supportive, that promotes and rewards research, innovative learning environment in scholarship, innovation, entrepreneurship classes and tutorial-style delivery, and external engagement. This enables where our students have meaningful DCU to maintain and develop our areas engagement with our research-active of research excellence while encouraging staff and also enjoy the experience in researchers and partners from different lab-based environments. disciplines to work and advance together. The Faculty is committed to the University strategic plans related to education, research and internationalisation activities. These, include emphasis on staff and student mobility, and engagement with opportunities to explore best practice internationally or develop international partnerships underpinning T&L excellence, undertaking research and/or developing and publishing leading practice. The Faculty already has a significant number of very strong research and teaching linkages across the globe, particularly in the Middle East and Far East. DCU Faculty of Engineering and Computing, Academic Positions School of Electronic Engineering The School has strong innovative The School provides a supportive degree offerings at undergraduate environment for research, and its and postgraduate levels. The Electronic PhD research students and postdoctoral and Computer Engineering BEng researchers produce work of significance degree is a four-year programme, at both national and international level. with integrated work experience and With close industry links, the School’s state-of-the-art Majors in Systems teaching and research programmes and Devices, High-Speed reflect the current and anticipated needs Communications, Digital Interaction, of Ireland’s industrial and commercial and the Internet of Things (IoT). sectors while at the same time meeting the most rigorous national and The Electronic and Computer international academic standards. Engineering Master’s degrees are highly flexible offerings that allow For further information, visit: participants to personalise a taught ece.eeng.dcu.ie Masters programme based on preferred focus areas. With a range of over twenty modules from which to choose, the programmes are highly customisable, including the options of specialising in one of five areas: Nanotechnology, Semiconductor and Plasma Technology, Advanced Data Networks, Internet of Things (IoT), and Image Processing and Analysis. The School of Electronic Engineering is a research-intensive school that is home to key researchers in research centres such as CONNECT, Entwine, Insight, and I-Form, in addition to particular strengths in optical and terahertz research, semiconductor characterization, communications, and computer vision and medical imaging. Dublin City University Research Profile Platform We have significant platform capability which connect researchers from across the School, Faculty and University Expertise under thematic umbrellas of: — Data Analytics; primarily under the auspices of the Insight Centre for Data Analytics at DCU — Insight (insight-centre.org) is Ireland’s national research Centre for data analytics, and the largest of all SFI Research Centres — Future Communications, Networking and IoT; research activities located in the CONNECT, Entwine, Insight, IPIC and Lero research centres — CONNECT (connectcentre.ie) is the world leading Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Future Networks and Communications — The Entwine (dcu.ie/entwine) centre’s mission is to design a scalable infrastructure to support the Internet of Things and its applications Distinctive The unique expertise that the mix of individuals in the school bring together identify four key strengths: Expertise ¬ Media and Sensor Analytics, including very significant level of activities in the Insight centre ¬ Physical Communications ¬ Networking and IoT ¬ Nanotechnology and Semiconductor manufacturing, I-Form (www.i-form.ie) brings together a nationwide pool of expertise in materials science, engineering, data analytics and cognitive computing Emerging Important topical areas in which the school has identifiable emerging research strengths: Expertise ¬ Mechatronics ¬ Smart Energy DCU Faculty of Engineering and Computing, Academic Positions Engineering and Technology in Ireland Ireland has become a global technology hub-of-choice, attracting the strategic business activities of leading Engineering and ICT companies. The electronic engineering and ICT industries employ over 37,000 people and generates €50 billion in exports each year. Ireland is the second largest exporter of computer and IT services in the world. The country is firmly positioned as the internet capital of Europe and the data centre location of choice for many significant industry corporations. Ireland is home to 9 of the top 10 Global Software Companies, 9 of the top 10 US Technology Companies, 7 of the top 10 Global Automation Companies and 3 of the top 4 Global Design Engineering Companies. Industry invests over €150 million in engineering Research and Development each year and the Irish government invests € 700 million in research annually, with Data, Networking, IoT and Smart Energy being strategic priorities. Advanced skills development in these areas is the focus of the national training fund initiative. Dublin City University DCU Faculty of Engineering and Computing, Academic Positions Informal enquiries to: Jennifer Bruton, Associate Professor Head of School of Electronic Engineering Dublin City University Dublin 9 E: ee.head@dcu.ie T: +353 1 700 7606 W: ece.eeng.dcu.ie Application forms are available from the DCU Current Vacancies (open Competitions) website at: dcu.ie/vacancies/current.shtml Human Resources Department, Dublin City University, Dublin 9 T: +353 (0) 1 700 5149 Dublin City University Faculty of Engineering and Computing School of Electronic Engineering Assistant Professorship in Electronic and Computer Engineering (Fixed Term 3 Year Contract) Introduction The School of Electronic Engineering is seeking to appoint an exceptional candidate at the rank of Assistant Professor to join its expanding team of academics in the domains of Electronic and Computer Engineering. Job Requirements  Applicants must hold an honours degree in a relevant discipline, and should be qualified to a post-graduate level with a PhD specialism in Electronic and Computer Engineering, or a related discipline.  The successful candidate should also have a minimum of three years relevant post doctoral experience. Applications are specifically invited from those with strong research credentials and publication record, particularly in the following research area: The successful applicant will have demonstrated potential to establish an independent research programme and attract research funding from competitive research funding schemes and/or industry.  Applicants must also have demonstrated teaching experience at undergraduate and/or postgraduate level, ideally including experience in international and/or online or technology- assisted teaching. The Role The appointee will be expected to contribute directly to the Electronic and Computer Engineering MEng and BEng degree programmes through research-led teaching, supervision of laboratory sessions, student mentoring and supervision of taught BEng and MEng projects. Specifically, the successful applicant will be required to (inter alia): Teaching: Prepare, deliver and assess a range of core Electronic and Computer Engineering subjects at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in a manner consistent with DCU’s high academic standards. This will extend to supporting innovation in teaching, transnational and digital provision of programmes, engaging with international travel and new technology as needed. Typical activities include:  Supervision of laboratory sessions, and student mentoring.  Supervision of undergraduate and postgraduate projects.  Design and assessment of examinations and continuous assessment materials.  Proactive engagement for the improvement of existing courses and programmes, and contributions to the design and development of new courses and programmes.  Liaison with other module coordinators with respect to course development and delivery, and participation in the ongoing development of programmes.  Development of materials and resources to support blended and online delivery of modules within the School.  Engagement with professional development for teaching. Research:  Pursue an active research agenda with ongoing research publications in leading international academic journals, peer-reviewed conferences, and with high profile book publishers, both individually and, where appropriate, in collaboration with colleagues in DCU and elsewhere.  Develop an independent research programme and attract research funding from competitive research funding schemes and/or industry.  Participate in research-related administration such as research student supervision, PhD thesis examination and related duties. Contribute to the school, faculty, university and profession:  Engagement with strategic planning, quality review and improvement processes, and external programme accreditations.  Involvement with appropriate professional bodies and associated initiatives.  Development and delivery of the international activities of the School of Electronic Engineering, including international travel to do so.  Adoption of some administrative functions related to the activities of the School of Electronic Engineering, the Faculty of Engineering and Computing, and the wider University. Such duties will be defined by the Head of School and may include some of the following: degree programme coordination; participation in committees; visits to students on industrial placement within the DCU INTRA programme; student recruitment. Application Deadline: 16th August 2019 S alary Scales: Assistant Professor above bar: €52,188 - €83,039* Assistant Professor below bar: €39,123 - €53,784* * Appointment will be commensurate with qualifications and experience, and will be made on the appropriate point of the Assistant Professor Above Bar or Assistant Professor Below Bar salary scale in line with current Government pay policy. Informal enquiries: Informal enquiries to the Head of School of Electronic Engineering: ee.head@dcu.ie. Please do not send applications to this email address. Application Procedure Application forms are available from the DCU Current Vacancies (Open Competitions) website at http://www.dcu.ie/hr/vacancies/current.shtml and also from the Human Resources Office, Dublin City University, Dublin 9. Tel: +353 (0)1 700 5149 Application forms and CV should be submitted by email to hr.applications@dcu.ie or by post to the Human Resources Department, Dublin City University, Dublin 9. Please clearly state the role that you are applying for in your application and email subject line: Job Ref #BC0416: Assistant Professor in Electronic and Computer Engineering Dublin City University is an equal opportunities employer

20 days ago

Product And Application Software Cybersecurity Consultant

DellCorkGraduate

People make Dell – so wherever in the world they work, everyone is rewarded for their contribution. Ready to develop your career in a truly global company? Dell is a collective of customer-obsessed, industry-leading visionaries. At our core is a dedication to diversity, sustainability, and our communities. We offer unparalleled growth and development opportunities for our team members. We believe that technology is essential for driving human progress, and we’re committed to providing that technology to people and organizations everywhere, so they can transform the way they work and live. We are currently seeking a Product and Application Software Cybersecurity Consultant to join our Dell Technologies Software Engineering team, based in Cork, Ireland . The Dell Technologies Software Engineering team develops and delivers world-class software to help drive efficiencies and reduce costs during customer engagements. Our flagship cloud application platform implements a microservice architecture in a Pivotal Cloud Foundry PaaS. Our applications primarily use Angular single page applications on the front-end and Java/Spring Boot microservices on the back-end. You will work within creative, cooperative, highly skilled development squads. Our Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) is a blend of activities and requirements coupled with data collected provides the most effective way of helping each product team build a more secure product for our customers. Liaising with the Dell Security & Resiliency Organization you will have an excellent opportunity to influence the security culture at Dell and further develop your career.  Key Responsibilities Benefits Our people are the most critical component of our long-term success and their health and well-being are our priority. You will enjoy a comprehensive, locally competitive benefits package. Salary is negotiable. Diversity & Inclusion Dell is an equal opportunity employer. You will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, genetics, or citizenship status (when otherwise legally authorized to work) and will not be discriminated against on the basis of such characteristics or any other status protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate. Dell encourages applicants of all ages. Job Family:  Engineering Job ID:  R85750

20 days ago

Staff Grade Psychologist Job Description

Enable IrelandGalwayPart-timePermanent

Job Opportunity Staff Grade Clinical / Educational Psychologist Part time 30 Hours per week (Permanent Contract) Galway Services We have an exciting opportunity for a 0.8 WTE Psychologist, based at Enable Ireland, Galway The Role: To provide a range of psychological services to children 0 – 18 years on the Early Years / School Age Team and their families who attend City West Network Disability Team, within an interdisciplinary framework and family centred practice and to support other staff and students as assigned. Overview of Duties & Responsibilities Working under the direction of the Team Manager and in partnership with psychology colleagues and as a member of the interdisciplinary team, the post holder will:

13 days ago

Clinical Facilitator

Beacon HospitalDublinGraduate

Job Description Job Title; Clinical Facilitator - ICU Department ; Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Reports to ; Nurse Managers, Intensive Care Unit Date ; 2019 Overall Purpose of Job . This job description is intended to be an outline of the responsibilities and deliverables at the time of its writing. As the Hospital and the post holder develop, this job description may be subject to review in light of the changing needs of the Hospital. Job Description received by employee: ________________________________ ___________________ Signature Date

23 days ago

Process Engineer

PfizerDublin - Grange CastleGraduate

Job Focus Provide process/equipment engineering support to the Bioprocessing Operations Unit (OpU). The process/equipment engineer is responsible for providing engineering and equipment qualification support to the operating unit ensuring that the equipment is running as intended and that all equipment issues are resolved to support the manufacture and timely disposition of product. This role focuses on leading and resolving technical issues within the Technical Operations Unit, implementation of CAPAs and process/equipment improvements, generation of product impact assessments, providing routine technical support and trouble-shooting, investigation closeout and maintaining the qualification status of the physical plant and equipment. The Process/Equipment Engineer is responsible for Project Management/ execution of assigned projects (short duration), which includes the management of internal company resources (assets financial and personnel), external Engineering and vendors as part of the execution of projects. The direct management responsibility includes all support activities and functions necessary to ensure successful completion of project objectives. The Process/Equipment Engineer is responsible for providing technical expertise during audits and also to present/defend engineering systems, applicable change controls, investigations and equipment qualification packages to the regulatory agencies if required. Responsibilities The Process/Equipment Engineer should have the ability to: #LI-PFE Pfizer is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all applicable equal employment opportunity legislation in each jurisdiction in which it operates.

22 days ago
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