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Due to continuing expansion, TDG is looking to recruit a number of experienced Sales Executives. This role can be carried out remotely OR in our London offices. This role involves developing new client relationships and opening doors for new business development. Fantastic career progression, with the potential to work and travel overseas to any of our other 3 offices (Canada, Australia, New Zealand) The company is the market leader in its sector, renowned for its innovative nature. The company boasts an impressive product portfolio allowing a creative salesperson to flourish. What you will need: • Previous experience working in a sales/telesales/account management environment is essential • Strong communication skills • Experience working towards monthly targets • Ability to cross-sell and upsell • Strong ability to overcome objections • You. must be a great problem solver • Excellent communication skills - written and verbal • Ability to manage your own workload • Strong customer focus On Offer: • Salary is negotiable based on experience level + Bonus and commission • Opportunities for travel and work abroad • Defined targets for career progression • Constant training and development • Sales and Team Leader roles available Click APPLY NOW to submit your CV & cover note today!
Independent Advocate (Separated Children Seeking International Protection) Details: 12-month contract (Initially) Job Description Responsible to : Service Manager This post requires a belief in the YAP model of strengths-based, needs-led services for children, young people, and families and the importance of Independent Advocacy. You must have experience in the provision of direct services to children, young people and families and an understanding of their support needs. For this role you will lead in the delivery of a high-quality Independent Advocacy Service to Separated Children Seeking International Protection who are being assessed by Tusla for eligibility for services where Tusla deem age to be a consideration. You will be working within our strengths-based model and operating within YAP Ireland policies and procedures. Those with lived experience and/or who speak other languages than English and Irish are particularly welcome to apply. This post requires a high degree of flexibility and creativity in responding to the needs of young people, delivering a high standard of service in a changing climate, working time, and the requirement for travel. The post offers: Click Apply Now to visit our careers page and apply today!
Relief Regional Support Coordinator
Pieta’s vision is a world where suicide, self-harm and stigma have been replaced by hope, self-care and acceptance. Pieta provides a range of counselling services for people who are suicidal, engage in self-harm or who are bereaved by suicide. Pieta House also operates a national 24-hour helpline (1800 247 247) and a dedicated Education and Training office. We are committed to delivering our services with care and professionalism and continue to strive to ensure that we provide the best service for our clients. Location: Remote Position Type: Relief Regional Support Coordinators are required to cover planned and unplanned leave for the regional support coordinator team and ensure sufficient cover on the therapy services line. About the Role: Location: Remote - Laptop provided Hours: This is a Relief contract with no fixed amount of hours. Work hours are as and when required within opening hours of 8am to 9pm Monday to Friday and 9am – 2pm Saturday. Flexibility is key as you will be called upon sometimes at short notice to provide cover for sick leave Salary: €15.00 per hour The role of the Relief Regional Support Coordinator is to provide a caring and compassionate first point of contact to those accessing Pieta’s services. Reporting directly to the Team Lead this role will include, but may not be limited to the following: Role & Responsibilities:
Job Title: HUGG Groups Administrator Post Available: Part Time – 4 mornings per week I year fixed contract (initially) Closing Date: 31st January 2023 Email CV and cover letter to email@example.com Subject: HUGG Groups Administrator Proposed Interview Date: Interviews will be held week commencing 6th February 2023 Base : Work remotely from home Employer: HUGG – Healing Untold Grief Groups CLG Organizational Area: Nationwide Reporting Relationship: HUGG GROUPS MANAGER Purpose of Post The HUGG vision is that anyone bereaved by suicide can find hope and healing. HUGG provides information and support principally through the provision of local and online peer support groups - led by volunteers with lived experience - for the suicide bereaved. By engaging in research HUGG aims to inform public policy and improve bereavement services. HUGG also collaborates with professionals and other organisations working in the bereavement sector to advance best practice and support those bereaved by suicide by raising public awareness, communicating their concerns and advocating for change in how state institutions engage with them HUGG is committed to the development and delivery of peer support groups for any adult who has been bereaved or affected by suicide, right across Ireland. All of our HUGG groups are led by trained volunteers with a lived experience of suicide bereavement. This goal is in line with the National Office for Suicide Prevention’s (NOSP) national strategy to reduce suicide in Ireland as identified in Connecting for Life 2021-2026 i.e. ‘To provide support for those bereaved by suicide’. We are seeking an individual, with a lived experience of suicide, to work with HUGG to assist in the expansion and promotion of HUGG support groups and the management of our volunteer facilitators. The post holder will support the HUGG Groups Manager in all aspects of the day-to-day management of HUGG’s Volunteer Facilitators provision across Ireland. The role will include supporting administration attached to individual HUGG groups, reporting, file maintenance and the recruitment, and training of HUGG volunteers; the implementation for volunteer policies and contribute towards the development of a creative and innovative strategy that will ensure the volunteer services support the aims, objectives and values of HUGG. Help to broaden awareness of HUGG amongst the public, community organisations and professionals through networking, collaboration and imparting best practice, skills and knowledge. Collaborate, liaise and promote HUGG’s services with the HSE, NOSP, Local Authorities, Therapists/Counsellors, GP’s and other NGOs in promotion and extension of HUGG’s suicide bereavement supports nationwide. Communicate regularly with existing Volunteers, supporting the HUGG groups and attending HUGG group meetings on occasion. Eligibility criteria and qualifications Essential: The successful candidate must demonstrate: A commitment to suicide bereavement support informed by a lived experience of suicide. Desirable: Experience of active involvement in the voluntary sector. SafeTALK or ASIST training. Grief, bereavement or suicide prevention training Other Requirements Two appropriate references (past employer, work colleague, voluntary organisation, educator). Willingness to train in specific programmes as relevant to the post Full clean driving licence Skills, competencies and/or knowledge Able to take direction to assist in recruiting, supervising and supporting a dispersed team of Volunteers across a wide geographical area Able to create productive working relationships to communicate fully in the role with fellow HUGG staff and volunteers Able to communicate effectively and maintain professional relationships with a range of individuals/organisations Ability to assist in developing, delivering and facilitating presentations, training and consultation events. Ability to work under own initiative remotely Ability to prioritise work to meet deadlines Principal Duties and Responsibilities To work in accordance with all policy, procedures and guidelines of HUGG. Assist in the recruitment, training and support of HUGG Volunteer Facilitators. Support the Group Manager in the establishment of new HUGG groups in line with HUGG’s strategy and focusing. Support ensuring all Volunteers work in line with HUGG’s policies, procedures, including codes of conduct, confidentiality, safeguarding, data protection and equal opportunities. IT literate, confident in the use of the Microsoft office suite of programmes such as Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel. Experience on a CRM system such as Salesforce is desirable (and a willingness to learn how to use new technologies). To attend training, meetings, events and conferences around suicide prevention, suicide bereavement and grief education as required. Assist in the ongoing development of training resources and materials for Volunteers Assist in the promotion of HUGG’s support services through local and national PR, social media campaigns and marketing activities. Carry out any other reasonable duties which may arise within the scope of this post. Maintain confidentiality and observe data protection guidelines. Act in accordance with the charity’s policies and procedures. The above Job Description 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 from time to time and to contribute to the development of the post while in office. Competition specific selection process Short listing will be carried out on the basis of information supplied in your curriculum vitae and letter of application at the closing date. The criteria for short listing are based on the requirements of the post as outlined in the eligibility criteria and skills, competencies and knowledge section of this job specification. Remuneration €14,000 per annum Annual leave 8 days pro rata Probation 6-month probationary period