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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

Assistant Professors In Electronic & Computer Engineering

Dublin City University
Dublin
Permanent
Internship

Academic Appointments in Electronic and Computer Engineering: Information for Candidates DÁMH NA hINNEALTÓIREACHTA AGUS NA RÍOMHAIREACHTA FACULT Y OF ENGINEERING AND COMPUTING Exciting academic positions in the School of Electronic Engineering, Dublin City University Dublin City University seeks to recruit high-performing, globally competitive academics to join its School of Electronic Engineering. Specifically, DCU is looking to recruit: Up to 4 Assistant Professors in Electronic and Computer Engineering (Permanent and Fixed Term Five Year Contracts) The successful candidates will have a proven research track record, including publication in high quality peer-reviewed journals/conferences, engagement in supervision of research students, attracting research funding, and demonstrated teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Applications from individuals with both alignment of their research interests and teaching interest/expertise in one or more of the following areas are particularly welcome: — Machine Learning (Visual Media Analytics) — Internet of Things (IoT) Devices — Smart Energy (Smart Grid) — Software Defined Radio and Secure Communications — Mechatronics (Cooperative Robotics in particular) 02 Dublin City University About DCU Dublin City University (dcu.ie) is a About the DCU Faculty of research-intensive, globally- engaged, Engineering and Computing dynamic institution that 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. 03 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. 04 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 05 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. 06 Dublin City University 07 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 5135 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 Assistant Professorship Post in the School of Electronic Engineering (Permanent or Fixed Term 5 Year Contract) Dublin City University Faculty of Engineering and Computing School of Electronic Engineering Assistant Professorship in Electronic and Computer Engineering (Permanent or Fixed Term 5 Year Contract) Introduction The School of Electronic Engineering is seeking up to four posts at the rank of Assistant Professor to join its expanding team of academics in the domains of Electronic and Computer Engineering. Job Requirements appropriate point of the Assistant Professor Above Bar or Assistant Professor Below Bar salary scale in line with current Government pay policy. Application Procedure Informal enquiries to the Head of School of Electronic Engineering: e e.head@dcu.ie. Please do not send applications to this email address. 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: J ob Ref #BC1210: Assistant Professor in Electronic and Computer Engineering Application Deadline: 3rd May 2019 Dublin City University is an equal opportunities employer

3 days ago

Cnm Ii

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

Role Profile Role Title Clinical Nurse Manager II: Clinical Practice Facilitator Purpose of the Role The post of Clinical Practice Facilitator has been developed within St. James’s Hospital as a key element of its Human Resource strategy. The principal purpose of the role is to provide clinical practice support, direction and guidance for the nursing team* in the general medical surgical wards. 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. *Nursing Team & *Nursing refers to CNMs, Staff Nurses, Health Care Assistants (HCAs), Candidate Nurses, Pre-registration Nurses. Department/Directorate Nursing Practice Development Unit Key Reports Nursing Practice Development Coordinator (ADON) SACC Directorate Nurse Manager(ADON) MED Directorate Nurse Manager(ADON) (as appropriate to placement) Professionally accountable to the Director of Nursing Key Direct Reports CNM I, Staff Nurses, Student Nurses, Candidate Nurses, Pre-registration Nurses and Health Care Assistant Staff as appropriate Grade Clinical Nurse Manager II Salary Scale €49,056 - €57,995 Job Reference Number: 46021/19 Enquiries To: Ms. Val O’Brien, Nursing Practice Development Coordinator (Interim), Email: vobrien@stjames.ie, Phone: 014103453 Closing Date: Sunday, 28th April 2019 Key Duties and Responsibilities Time allocated for clinical practice facilitation is illustrated in table below: Time allocated per week 75% of time working directly with staff in clinical 29.25 hours practice 25% Administration, preparation for training and 9.75 hours facilitation of in-service education CLINICAL ADAPTATION PROGRAMME: 1. Be knowledgeable about the Clinical Adaptation and Assessment programme and the clinical experiences required to meet the needs of the programme. 2. Support the coordination of the candidates’ induction week, delivering education and training as necessary. 3. Support clinical nurse managers and staff nurse preceptors in their teaching role, ensuring that clinical adaptation candidates learning requirements, outcomes and required competencies are achieved at ward level within the time frame set by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland. 4. Be seen as a first line contact for candidates and staff nurse assessors by providing practical clinical support and expertise through evidence based practice. 5. Assist in the orientation of candidates to the clinical area. Make candidates aware of Hospital policies and procedures relating to patient care, how to access them and of their responsibility to read, understand and comply with same. 6. Liaise with the Clinical Nurse Managers (CNMs) in selecting appropriate preceptors and ensuring that candidates are allocated to and given opportunity to work with their preceptors. 7. Prepare CNMs and preceptors for their roles in assessing candidates by informing and updating them on the requirements of the adaptation programme as per the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI). Provide guidance to candidates and registered nurses on any issues relating to student's clinical placements, which arise in the clinical areas. 8. Encourage the preceptor and candidate to identify teaching and learning opportunities at ward level. 9. Maintain clinical credibility by maintaining a regular clinical presence and working alongside candidates in a supportive and role model capacity. 10. Ensure communication channels are maintained with all relevant personnel (e.g. Director of Nursing, Assistant Directors of Nursing (relevant to the Directorate, CNM’s and Nurse Practice Development Coordinator and NMBI) to ensure safe, efficient and competent assessment of candidates. 11. Support the preceptor, candidate and CNM2 in the development of an action plan if required. 12. Assist in creating a clinical environment that enhances the candidates’ clinical competence. Observe and report to the area CNM and the Nurse Practice Development Coordinator any improvements required to practices, procedures or behaviour in the clinical areas that could deter from a quality clinical learning environment. Assist in formulating corrective measures in collaboration with appropriate nursing personnel. 13. Commit to ensuring that following clinical placement of the candidate that the documentation will be prepared signed and sent to the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland in an efficient manner. 14. Identify opportunities for development of the clinical adaptation and assessment programme that will improve the candidates’ clinical adaptation and assessment process. CLINICAL PRACTICE: 1. Support the Clinical Nurse Managers and Staff Nurses in the Medical/Surgical areas, 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 through education, training and competency assessment appropriate to the general medical/ surgical clinical area. 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 FET QQI Health Service Skills Award - Level 5 Programme for Health Care Assistants (Formally known as FETAC). 6. Guide the CNMs in creating an environment that enhances continuous life long personal and professional development for all nursing staff. PRACTICE DEVELOPMENT: 15. In collaboration with the Nursing Practice Development Coordinator and Facilitator, promote the development and maintenance of high standards of nursing care, through practice development projects. 16. Assist with identifying, facilitating and implementing practice development projects in the clinical areas. 17. In collaboration with the CNM’s and ward staff assist with the development of policies, protocols, guidelines and clinical competencies and their implementation 18. Assist with the provision of appropriate continuing education programmes to meet nurses’ competency developmental needs. 19. Work with the Nursing Practice Development Coordinator & Facilitator and CNMs in implementing action plans to improve clinical practice and staff development. 20. 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 Assistant Directors of Nursing & Clinical Nurse Managers, assess and identify teaching and developmental requirements of all staff through observation in practice. 2. Collaborate with the Assistant Directors of Nursing, Nursing Practice Development Coordinator, 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. 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 Coordinator 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 Quality & Safety Improvement Directorate (QSID) 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 Assistant Directors of Nursing and CNM’s regarding the progress and development of staff nurses within their area of responsibility. 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 Practice Facilitator. 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. 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 circumstances. Academic/Professional Qualifications and/or relevant Experience Required :  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/ in charge experience throughout the last 2 years.  Educated to Degree/Post-Graduate Diploma/Higher Diploma or equivalent level  Evidence of Management/ In-charge experience throughout the last 2 years. Desirable:  Management Course Technical/Clinical Competencies Required:  Demonstrate IT skills  Experience in teaching and assessing the Nursing and HCA Team throughout the last 2 years  Experience in conducting clinical audits.  Proficiency in venepuncture and cannulation and ability to demonstrate same. 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 3  Embraces organisational change initiatives, Potential 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. Team Player 3  Is inclusive of key stakeholders when making important decisions.  Encourages consultation and collaboration across disciplines  Adapts interpersonal style to engage others as appropriate  Is a role model and proactive in building a positive team culture 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 influence Organisation 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 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 Permanent, Full-time 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 roster advised & agreed with you by your line manager and service need. Your contracted hours of work are 39 hours per week, over seven days over the 24 hour period 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, Garda E Vetting and Occupational Health Screening (Questionaire)  All successful external candidates who take up appointment will be required to attend Mandatory Induction Programme Application Procedure: For External Applicants : The Application Form is available under CNM and Specialists Posts section of Careers webpage. Alternatively, please contact the Human Resources Directorate for an application form, Phone: (01) 4162559 or Email: humanresources@stjames.ie Please note closing date Sunday 28TH April 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 Employer

9 hours ago

Bg Occupational Therapist

Enable Ireland
Kildare
Graduate

Enable Ireland Kildare West Wicklow Services, in partnership with the HSE, Muiriosa Foundation, KARE, St. John of God Kildare Services provide supports to children and young people with complex needs aged 0 – 18 years informed by the Bio Psycho Social Model of Service Delivery, living in Kildare West Wicklow through Network Disability Teams. The mission of the partnership is to work in partnership with children and young people with disabilities, with their families, to support their development and to enable active participation in community life. We require dedicated professionals who are committed to providing the highest quality services possible to service users. We offer a challenging career as part of our integrated team approach to delivering services. We have an exciting opportunity for an Occupational Therapist at our Enable Ireland Kildare West Wicklow Services – Mid Kildare Network Disability Team based in Naas. This is an 11 month Fixed Term Contract. The Role: The purpose of the role is to provide a quality, evidence based service to children and young people (0 – 18 years) within an interdisciplinary framework and family centered practice and to support other staff and students as assigned. Overview of Areas of Responsibility Planning and Organising of Activities and Resources

3 days ago

Graduate Ui Engineer

Workday
Dublin
Graduate

Join our team and experience Workday! It's fun to work in a company where people truly believe in what they're doing. At Workday, we're committed to bringing passion and customer focus to the business of enterprise applications. We work hard, and we're serious about what we do. But we like to have a good time, too. In fact, we run our company with that principle in mind every day: One of our core values is fun. Job Description About us: The UI Platform team is looking for engineers that want to work and grow in a collaborative environment while helping to deliver code each week. We are responsible for the UI layer that allows our Applications teams to build meaningful applications that have a similar look and feel, whether that be in our Learning or Financials products. Our mission is to bring consumer-grade user experiences to the enterprise world, through the use of modern technologies spanning all layers of the software stack. We put a massive emphasis on helping our people grow, from thoughtful career development to flexible working hours. We are also very proud of our “Freedom Fridays”, an opportunity to get people away from the day to day to focus on anything from exploring innovative and collaborative ideas to learning a new skill. About the role: At Workday, we believe every potential recruit brings value to the table. Believe you are missing some of the skills and are hesitant to apply? We do not believe in the ‘perfect’ candidate and are happy to teach. So however you identify and whatever background you bring with you, apply and see what we are all about. Professional Development with Generation Workday The next generation of talent will further fuel Workday’s success. This is why we actively seek the best and the brightest students and graduates to join Generation Workday, a career development programme uniquely designed to develop our future leaders. Our programme provides a platform that empowers graduates to do their best work whilst providing a consistent level of support and mentorship to fast track their career growth.

3 days ago

Lecturer Above The Bar

NUI Galway
Galway
Graduate

The Undergraduate Medical Curriculum has undergone major restructuring. The 5 year course is now integrated and systems based and student numbers have also increased substantially. Approximately a third of our annual intake is from outside the EU. The curriculum is delivered at the central hospital sites of University Hospital Galway and Merlin Park University Hospital in Galway and in addition at a number of new regional Medical Academies located at Sligo University Hospital, Letterkenny University Hospital, Mayo University Hospital and Portiuncla Hospital. In addition there are expanding clinical placements in General Practice. The proposed new posts of Lecturer Above the Bar in Medical Education (0.5 FTE) will be an appointment to the School of Medicine and will cross all clinical disciplines. The post holder will help to design and coordinate the delivery of teaching to undergraduate medical students under the supervision of the Head of School in consultation with the Director of the Undergraduate Medical Programme. The successful applicant will have a medical degree and will have completed a postgraduate qualification in medical education. The successful candidate will contribute to teaching and supervision of both undergraduate medical students. Other duties will include assessment and scholarly contributions to medical education. The successful candidate will have an emerging track record in research and publication and will be expected to contribute to the research agenda of the School of Medicine. Applications are invited for an appointment as Lecturer (Above the Bar) in Medical Education at NUI Galway. For informal enquiries, please contact; Prof Gerard Flaherty, Email gerard.flaherty@nuigalway.ie; +353 (0)91 495469 Additional information on the School of Medicine is available at: www.nuigalway.ie/medicine Salary: pro rata At Lecturer above the Bar level €64,327 p.a. to €83,068 pro rata p.a. (This appointment will be made on the Lecturer (Above the Bar) scale in line with current Government pay policy) (For pre 1995 public sector entrants in Ireland, the D class Salary rates will apply) Closing date for receipt of applications is 17:00 (Irish Time) on Friday, 24th May 2019. It will not be possible to consider applications received after the closing date. Appointments will be conditional on work authorisation validation. Further details are available at www.dbei.ie For more information and Application Form please see website: http://www.nuigalway.ie/about-us/jobs/ Applications should be submitted online. Please note that appointment to posts advertised will be dependent upon University approval, together with the terms of the Employment Control Framework for the higher education sector. National University of Ireland Galway is an equal opportunities employer.

3 days ago

Behaviour Therapist

St Christophers Services
Longford
Part-time
Permanent

St Christophers Services CLG St. Christopher's Service provides a comprehensive, efficient and innovative service to people with intellectual disabilities. It is a high quality, community-based service, based on identified individualised needs, enabling service users to reach their fullest potential. We are looking for staff who are committed to supporting people with disabilities and their families, in a person centred, community based, socially inclusive manner in accordance with our mission and national standards, underpinned by quality and best practice and research. Behaviour Therapist 0.5 WTE Permanent Post Leamore Park, Battery Road, Longford. The post holder will work in close liaison with the Senior Clinical Psychologist of Muiriosa Foundation. S/he will work together with established teams (day service and residential) and will deliver coordinated positive behaviour support for adults living with intellectual disability/autism who access the service. The post holder will design, develop and deliver upon evidence based behaviour support initiatives to meet the complex behaviour support needs of individuals. This is a skilled position where the therapist is able to effectively and efficiently implement a variety of evidence based practices. This person will display creativity, diversity and forward thinking approaches in order to promote and empower individuals with intellectual disability/autism to live real and authentic lives as equal and valued members of society. Essential Requirements Qualification Informal enquiries to: Ms Pauline Davis, Service Officer, email: servicesofficer@stchristophers.ie Ph: 043 334176 or Ms Claire O’Dowd, Residential Co-ordinator, email, residentialcoordinator@stchristophers.ie Ph: 0861726756 To apply for this position please forward a letter of application and completed application form to the HR Department, by email to hr@stchristophers.ie or by post to Human Resources Department , before closing date stated below. Please ensure that you include details of a current daytime contact number and/or e-mail address on your application form. A detailed Job Description, Person Specification and Application Form can be obtained by contacting the Human Resources Department by email: hr@stchristophers.ie Latest date for receipt of completed applications is 5pm Friday 26th April 2019 A panel may be formed should this vacancy arise again over the next twelve months. Department of Health and Children salary scales will apply. St Christopher’s is an equal opportunities employer. Please refer to our website: www.stchristophers.ie

3 days ago

Programme Assistant

Irish Council for International Students (ICOS)
South Dublin, Dublin
Internship
Graduate

PROGRAMME ASSISTANT ICOS is an independent, registered charity advocating for the rights of international students in Ireland and promoting good policy and high standards in international education in Irish higher education. ICOS also administers fellowship programmes on behalf of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. ICOS has a vacancy for an energetic, organised graduate who can assist with and assume, after relevant training, significant responsibilities in relation to the administration of the Irish Aid Fellowship Programme in keeping with ICOS’ current contractual obligations to Irish Aid. Tasks include , but are not exclusive to: Salary: €26,000 for a 35-hour week. Closing date for receipt of applications is Friday 3 May with interviewing of shortlisted candidates anticipated on Wednesday 29 May, 2019. Applications to include a cover letter and CV by post or e-mail to: Sheila Power Director Irish Council for International Students 41 Morehampton Road, Dublin 4 E-mail: spower@icosirl.ie Tel: (01) 6605233 RCN: 20101275 Note (i): your cover letter should outline clearly how you meet the essential criteria for the position; applicants who fail to do so will not be considered for interview. Note (ii): only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Further information for Candidates: Irish Council for International Students (ICOS): http://internationalstudents.ie/ Irish Aid Fellowships: http://www.irishaidfellowships.ie/

3 days ago

Medical Devices Technology Group Lead

Life Science Recruitment
Dublin
Graduate

Medical Devices Technology Group Lead Our client, a large regulatory body are currently recruiting for two Technology Group Leaders to join their Assessment and Surveillance Medical Device Group. As Medical Devices Technology Group Lead you will work as part of the Assessment & Surveillance section in the Medical Devices department to assess the technical and regulatory aspects of medical devices. These activities include technical documentation review, vigilance, market surveillance and associated activities, clinical investigation, classification, combination products and registration. As Medical Devices Technology Group Lead you will be reporting to the Assessment & Surveillance Manager. If you would like further Information you can contact the recruiter directly: Sinead Cullen | Tel: +353 (0) 1 507 9252

3 days ago

Graduate Planner

Kirby Group Engineering
Dublin
Internship
Graduate

THE OPPORTUNITY & ROLE Kirby Group currently have an opening for Graduate Planner for our Dublin office. To play an active role in the management support, planning and controlling of projects. Development and preparation of execution plans for multi-staged bid proposals, providing hands on project delivery support by facilitating the planning, scheduling and controlling processes while clearly communicating fact based answers to key questions surrounding performance and status which will aid in effective decision making. Ensuring consistency of application of methodologies & processes within the Business Unit Portfolio. Duties & Responsibilities:

3 days ago
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