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Dental Nurse, Maternity Cover

Clear DentalBallyclare, Antrim

Dental Nurse (Maternity Cover)  We have an exciting opportunity for a Dental Nurse to be part of our family run group of Practices and to join our team in Ballyclare on a temporary basis for 9-12 months from September 2024. Permanent opportunities may arise.The successful applicant will work 40 hours per week from 8:00am-6:00pm Monday and Wednesday, 8:00am-5:00pm on Tuesdays, 8:00am-5:30pm on Thursdays and 8:00-2:00pm on Fridays.  Duties will include assisting the dentist, sterilising dental equipment, keeping the surgery clean and occasional reception duties. Promoting high standards of patient care at all times is vital. Essential Criteria:

4 days agoPermanent

Finance Officer

RandoxCrumlin, Antrim

Randox Laboratories continues to develop disruptive innovations in Diagnostics and Healthcare globally. We are proud to have been named the Number 1 company in Northern Ireland for the second consecutive year in the Belfast Telegraph Top 100 Companies List for 2024. Our staff are at the heart of everything we do and achieve. We have exciting new career opportunities for a Finance Officer within our Finance team. What does our Finance team do? We manage all aspects of finance from invoicing customers, receiving payments, processing supplier invoices and allocating payments. This is for companies in the UK, Ireland and across the globe. The department prepares statutory accounts for UK companies and other countries where required with a UK consolidation for Randox Holdings Ltd. Working Hours / Shifts: 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday from 08.40 to 17.20. What does the Finance Officer role involve? In this role, you would be responsible for the processing of purchase invoices, credit control, and the accurate recording of information into the accounting system. This is a varied role that will require you to develop a varied skillset, including:

4 days agoFull-timePermanent

Serum Formulation Supervisor

RandoxNi, Science Park, Antrim

Randox Laboratories continues to develop disruptive innovations in Diagnostics and Healthcare globally. We are proud to have been named the Number 1 company in Northern Ireland for the second consecutive year in the Belfast Telegraph Top 100 Companies List for 2024. Our staff are at the heart of everything we do and achieve. We have an exciting new career opportunity for a Serum Formulation Supervisor within our Serum Formulation team. What does the Serum Formulation team do? ​​​​​​​ Randox is the 2nd largest manufacturer of Quality Control products globally. Diagnostic Laboratories are obliged to use these QC products to ensure the accuracy and precision of their processes and equipment used. Serum Formulation is one of the most important teams within Randox and it plays an essential role in the manufacturing process. This team is responsible for the formulation and filtration of a growing number of serum- based control products. Location: Randox Science Park, 30 Randalstown Road, Antrim, BT41 4FL. Contract Offered: Full-time, Permanent Working Hours / Shifts: 40 hours per week Monday to Friday. 7.00am-3.40pm. Subject to change. What does the Serum Formulation Supervisor role involve? This role is responsible for the day to management of the formulation team and processes associated with serum formulation. A key focus will be on monitoring and driving productivity, efficiencies and quality within this rapidly expanding manufacturing division.

4 days agoFull-timePermanent

Caretaker

Southern Regional CollegeNewry, Down£23,500 - £23,893 per year

SALARY: £23,500 - £23,893 PER ANNUM JOB PURPOSE Provide efficient caretaking and cleaning services as part of a team and in accordance with the practices and procedures of the College. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES The successful candidate will be responsible for any or all of the following duties: SECURITY • Security of the premises and its contents. • Open and close the premises and grounds, except in circumstances where the College Management or designated Line Manager authorises another person to do so. • Ensure that all windows are closed, doors and gates, both internal and external are locked at the end of each day. • Safe custody of the keys of the premises, the allocation of keys to Cleaning staff (or other staff as appropriate) and ensuring that keys used by the Cleaning staff are returned at the end of each working day. • Monitor Security Camera System and report to Estates Manager or other appropriately designated staff member all incidents of suspicious activity. • Operate Fire Alarm, Burglar Alarm and Building Security Systems and report any faults • Respond to alarm activations within the designated guidelines. • Attend after hours break-in and vandalism at the premises and ensure that the premises are secure and cleaned at the earliest opportunity when clearance has been given and any unauthorised entry or damage is reported to the designated Line Manager. • During normal working hours report any breach of security or suspicious activity of persons immediately to the designated Line Manager or Authorised Person to ensure a safe working environment for building users. • Administer the despatch and return of goods and equipment from the College in line with agreed practice. • Apply grit/rock salt in times of snow and frost to ensure pathways and entrances are free from snow and ice. CLEANING • In conjunction with Estates Manager and Cleaning Supervisor, plan, organise and control the work of cleaning staff (as appropriate) to ensure that College standards are met, it being understood that the Caretaker personally undertakes cleaning duties. • Monitor the standard of cleaning (where appropriate) investigate complaints in respect of the cleaning provision, take corrective action and report to the Estates Manager. • Recommend and implement changes in work procedures in accordance with economy, standards or ease of operation. • Monitor suitability and performance of materials and light equipment and advise the Estates Manager where these are inappropriate for the task. • Ensure that all hard surfaces and paths and ornamental grounds around the property are clean, tidy and free of litter. • Ensure that all external surface drains and gullies and kitchen grease-traps within the building complex are free flowing and clean by removing any obstruction. • Ensure that bins within the building complex are washed and cleaned. • Empty on a daily basis litter bins within the building complex. • Provide an ongoing cleaning service to the entire premises to deal with such things as spillage, flooding, regular toilet cleaning, litter or any cleaning problem associated with weather conditions. • Replenish toilet rolls, soaps, paper towels and any other requisites as required throughout the working day. • Clean external signs, light covers and notices. • Clean non-electrical fittings on all portable heating and ventilation equipment. • Ensure that adequate supplies of materials and light equipment are requisitioned and maintained at appropriate levels and the equipment is kept in good condition, used and stored correctly. • Ensure that all defects in cleaning equipment are reported to the Estates Manager. • Prepare the premises for evening activities e.g. Open night/Governing Body Meetings, Other functions, cleaning and preparing the College for its normal use during and after these activities. • Direct and clean all internal and external fixed glass surfaces using the appropriate equipment provided to ensure safe working conditions. PORTERAGE • Receipt and transport of stores and materials and other goods that have been delivered to the building premises and their distribution to and from appropriate points of storage as per goods in procedure. • Despatch goods and other materials throughout and from the building. • Assist with the setting out and removal of tables and chairs as required. • Prepare rooms for examinations and other purposes. • Transport all refuse bins to and from their collection point. MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SERVICES • Efficient operation of the boiler/heating system ensuring value for money and energy conservation. • Lighting and heating of the premises and the routine maintenance of plant. • Ensure adequate fuel is requisitioned in good time. • Monitor and document the usage of fuel, water and electricity and take action to eliminate waste. • Replace lamps, tubes and plugs using appropriate equipment. • Inspect and report any defects on fire fighting equipment. HANDYPERSON DUTIES • Carry out handyperson duties within the competence of the post-holder. DRIVING DUTIES • Carry out driving duties within the competence of the post-holder. The Post holder will be required to undertake training as appropriate. • Fuel and maintain SRC Vehicles at designated filling stations (Fuel card provided) ADMINISTRATION • Report to the Estates Manager on the cleaning of premises noting any defects in the premises externally and internally. • Assist the Estates Manager with the coordination of outside contractors or workmen. • Complete all paperwork associated with the post. • Maintain electronic records of sub-contractor and visual inspections. • Ensure that defects in electrical floor equipment are reported immediately to the Estates Manager and that a record of equipment repaired is kept and that all equipment is cleaned and stored safely. • Carry out such other relevant duties as may be required by Director or his delegated authority. GENERAL CONDITIONS • The post holder will be required to act in the capacity of a designated first aider and fire warden and will accept training towards the same. • All duties must be carried out to comply with: ➢ The Health and Safety at Work (NI) Order 1978; ➢ Acts of Parliament, Statutory Instruments and Regulations and other legal requirements; ➢ COSHH Regulations; ➢ Codes of Practice; ➢ Conditions normally inherent in post. • All duties will be carried out in the working conditions normally inherent in the particular job. • The postholder will be required to undertake to read and adhere to all policies and procedures including risk management, health and safety, equal opportunities and IT acceptable use and ensure that these policies are implemented by ensuring potential hazards to the well being of self and others are recognised, rectified and/or reported as appropriate. • All necessary paperwork must be completed. • Duties will be carried out for jobs up to and including those in the same grade, provided such duties are within the competence of the employee. This may include cover for absences on stated and/ or other campuses as required. TRAINING • Employees will accept any training to facilitate the undertaking of duties for jobs up to and including their own grade. • Employees will accept training for jobs graded at higher levels than their own. Payment will only be made where there is a requirement by the authority for the higher level duties to be carried out. GENERAL • Participate in the enrolment cover rota. • Be required to undertake work outside normal working hours on occasions. • Provide reports, written and oral, as required. • Ensure that all documentation and authorisation procedures are adhered to. CONDITIONS • The hours of work are 36 per week and these will be worked on a shift pattern. During term-time the Caretaker is required to be present in the late afternoon and evenings to provide cover for the evening classes through to them finishing (normally to 10.00 pm) or in the early morning (from 7.00 am). During non term-time the Caretaker will revert to a working week which will normally operate between 8.30 am and 6.00 pm. At all times the work patterns will be required to suit operational requirements. Any hours worked beyond the 36 are paid at an overtime rate and a shift premium will also be paid on the 36 hour week. • The post-holder will be required to be flexible within the hours of duty for this post and will be required to work in any of the College campuses and in the evenings when required to do so by the Director or his designated authority. • Promote the College positively at all times. • Abide by all College procedures and ensure these are implemented in area of responsibility. • Within the context of the post, ensure full compliance with College health and safety requirements. • Within the context of the post, ensure full compliance with College equality requirements. • Any other duties appropriate to the grade and post, as assigned by the Head of Estates. The location of the post will reflect the needs of the College and may be changed subject to the requirements of the College. Duties may change as the College develops, therefore the person appointed will be expected to be flexible in relation to duties performed as required. It is anticipated that the post-holder will be required to adopt a flexible approach to the duties and responsibilities as outlined in this Job Description.

4 days agoFull-timePermanent

Lecturer In Science

Southern Regional CollegeNewry, Down£30,000 - £39,495 PER ANNUM

Provide quality teaching and learning opportunities within the specific areas outlined in the post in order to maximise the potential of every student and to undertake non-lecturing duties as appropriate. This post will primarily be required to deliver Science within the Faculty of Health & Science. ​​​​​​​This post is a full time permanent position within the College. Closing date for applications is Friday 2nd August 2024 at 12noon. ​​​​​​​​​Please note all correspondance will be sent from recruitment@src.ac.uk. Please check your mailbox including any spam folders regularly. ​​​​​​​College benefits include: Competitive Salary, Excellent Pension Benefits, Generous Annual Leave Entitlement, Family & Work Life Balance entitlements and much more.  ​​​​​​​

4 days agoFull-timePermanent

PA To Director Of Client Services

Southern Regional CollegeNewry, Down£24,702 - £29,269 PER ANNUM PRO RATA

To provide a comprehensive administrative and secretarial support service to the Director of Client Services and to ensure that confidentially of all communications is maintained. The Directorate includes Estates, Student Services and Marketing and Human Resources functions. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​This is a part time permanent position within the College. Closing date for applications is Friday 2nd August 2024 at 12noon. ​​Please note all correspondance will be sent from recruitment@src.ac.uk. Please check your mailbox including any spam folders regularly. College benefits include: Competitive Salary, Excellent Pension Benefits, Generous Annual Leave Entitlement, Family & Work Life Balance entitlements and much more. ​​​​​​​

4 days agoPart-timePermanent

Associate Lecturer In Counselling

Southern Regional CollegeNewry, Down£30,000 - £39,495 PER ANNUM PRO RATA

Provide quality teaching and learning opportunities within the specific areas outlined in the post in order to maximise the potential of every student and to undertake non-lecturing duties as appropriate. This post will primarily be required to deliver Health and Social Care within the faculty of Health & Science. ​​​ This post is a part time permanent position within the College. Closing date for applications is Friday 2nd August 2024 at 12noon. ​​​​​​​​​Please note all correspondance will be sent from recruitment@src.ac.uk. Please check your mailbox including any spam folders regularly. ​​​​​​​College benefits include: Competitive Salary, Excellent Pension Benefits, Generous Annual Leave Entitlement, Family & Work Life Balance entitlements and much more.  ​​​​​​​

4 days agoPart-timePermanent

Lecturer In Computing/software Engineering

Southern Regional CollegePortadown, Armagh£30,000 - £39,495

Provide quality teaching and learning opportunities within the specific areas outlined in the post in order to maximise the potential of every student and to undertake non-lecturing duties as appropriate. This post is a full time permanent position within the College. Closing date for applications is Friday 2nd August 2024 at 12noon. ​​Please note all correspondance will be sent from recruitment@src.ac.uk. Please check your mailbox including any spam folders regularly. ​​​​​​​College benefits include: Competitive Salary, Excellent Pension Benefits, Generous Annual Leave Entitlement, Family & Work Life Balance entitlements and much more.  ​​​​​​​

4 days agoFull-timePermanent

Case Worker

DepaulBelfast, Antrim£26,390 FTE

Outreach Case Worker - Housing First - Belfast ​​​​​Permanent Full Time - 39 hours per week £26,390 per annum Part Time - 27 hours per week £18,270 per annum All roles are rota based, including mornings, evenings and weekends. Some hybrid working can be considered Your new role  You will be a member of a multi-disciplined team using holistic approaches to support Depaul service users. Working to a housing-led, low threshold, harm reduction approach, where service users receive a high degree of support and advice. Depaul has a commitment to service user participation and to empowering our service users to manage their own lives.  The aim of the role is to support and signpost service users into services that will improve their housing, health and wellbeing while improving the service users quality of life. This is achieved through the provision of engagement and individualised support plans, targeted interventions, signposting and group work. You will work proactively form strong relationships and gain service users' trust, striving to provide the best possible service levels at all times. Employee Benefits Closing date for applications is 31st July 2024 @ 10am Dependent on the number of applications, we may contact applicants before the closing date. Please check your spam/junk folders.

4 days agoFull-timePart-time

Case Worker, Castlehill

DepaulDungannon, Tyrone£23,683 per annum

CASE WORKER - Homelessness - Dungannon £13.01per hour, £23,683 per annum Permanent 35 hours per week - rota based  Castlehill - 2 Castlehill, Dungannon, BT70 1JP Castlehill  Castlehill is a supported temporary Accommodation service, based in Dungannon, with 22 self-catering apartments, including 6 apartments that are suitable for couples. The service also offers a range of communal areas that residents can access. The service offers 24/7 support, for homeless people aged 18 and over. The professionally trained team work to low threshold and harm reduction principles, meaning they support people in a flexible way that they can manage and offering them every assistance to plan and make more positive choices for their future. Your new role  You will be a member of a multi-disciplined team using holistic approaches to support Depaul service users. Working to a housing-led, low threshold, harm reduction approach, where service users receive a high degree of support and advice. Depaul has a commitment to service user participation and to empowering our service users to manage their own lives.  The aim of the role is to support and signpost service users into services that will improve their housing, health and wellbeing while improving the service users quality of life. This is achieved through the provision of engagement and individualised support plans, targeted interventions, signposting and group work. You will work proactively form strong relationships and gain service users' trust, striving to provide the best possible service levels at all times. Check out the attached Case Worker Highlights for an overview of the role and benefits. Essential Criteria Closing date for applications: 31st July 2024 @ 10am ​​​​​​ Dependent on the number of applications, we may contact applicants before the closing date. Please check your spam/junk folders.

4 days agoPermanent
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