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Cleaning Operative

A2Z Facility Services Ltd
Wexford
€11 per hour
Part-time
Temporary

Part-time cleaning operative required in Gorey town. Hours of work 4-7 pm, Monday to Friday. €11 per hour. Experience preferred but not essential as full training is provided.

21 hours ago

Theatre Household Operative

Beaumont Hospital
Dublin 9
€26,524 - €32,470 per year
Full-time
Temporary

Post Title: Theatre Household OperativePost Status: TemporaryDepartment: Critical Care & AnaestheticsLocation: Beaumont HospitalReports to: Theatre Household Support Services Supervisor Salary: Appointment will be made on Domestics Scale (€26,524 to €32,470) at a point in line with Government pay policy.  Hours of work: Full timeClosing Date: 12 Noon on  26.02.2019The Hospital reserves the right to close the competition early should a substantial number of applications be received.Position Summary:General Operative working within Theatre Department.Principal Duties and Responsibilities:Pantry type dutiesTo perform such other duties appropriate to the post as may be assigned from time to time by the Directorate Business Manager or such officer designated by the Beaumont Hospital Board.This list indicates the principal duties of the post and is subject to review and amendment.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:Display personal initiative, values others opinions, communicates clearly and concisely in a timely manner, identifies quality as a key factor in the provision of services and constantly reviews means of improvement.Desirable:Previous experience of working in Hospital/Theatre environmentSupplementary information:The Hospital    www.beaumont.ie Management Unit:    www.beaumont.ie/hr Informal Enquiries ONLY (No CVs) to:Name:    Marian BaylissTitle:    Directorate Support ManagerTelephone:    018528403

2 days ago

General Operative

Future Plastics
Navan, Meath
Full-time
Temporary

The right candidate will be highly quality conscious and good with their hands. Some of the processes involve precision bonding, welding, cleaning, kitting and final assembly of plastic assemblies for passenger aircraft seating components.Previous experience working within a manufacturing environment would be a distinct advantage but not essential.Fork lift driving/operations experience also desirable.Must be able to work as part of a team. Good organisational skills and attention to detail are critical. Good English is essential. Applicants must be prepared to work shift. Key Responsibilities:·        E.G Assemble aerospace components within set time scales·        Meet and exceed high levels of quality requirements·        Work towards the continual reduction of assembly times·        Work as part of a team·        Excellent Time keeping·        Excellent attendance·        Utilise and abide by ISO requirements and safety procedures.·        Maintain a flexible approach to assist with workload as & when required·        Perform other duties to support the production floor when requiredKey Requirements:·        Good organisational skills·        Problem solving and decision making skills·        Self-motivated with strong interpersonal skills;·        Team player with ability to develop strong working relationships.·        Logical approach to problem solving·        Demonstrate a thorough understanding of inspection methods.

30+ days ago

Graduate recruitment for 2018

Oxford Economics
Belfast
Part-time
Permanent

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

29 days ago

Clerical Officer

MPA Recruitment
Craigavon
£8.66 an hour
Full-time
Temporary

£8.66 an hourTemporaryMPA Recruitment Armagh are working in partnership with the Health and Social Services Trust to recruit a Clerical Officer in the Craigavon area.You will be responsible for: -Hours of work: 37.5 hrs per weekMonday - Friday 12 noon to 8pm with maximum one weekend in four covering Saturday and Sunday morning and day off following week.Temporary for 3 months initially*Immediate start needed*Job Types: Full-time, TemporarySalary: £8.66 /hour

29 days ago

Compliance Summer Internship

Workday
Dublin
Temporary
Internship

Temporary, InternshipJoin 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 This is a 12 week summer internship for current students completing a related degree. Are you a self-motivated college student looking to start your career at one of the hottest cloud companies in the world? Do you want to jumpstart your career by developing your technology risk management skills in a fast-paced and rapidly growing environment? As an intern of the Privacy, Ethics and Compliance team at Workday, you will help enhance and support Workday’s compliance, risk management, and privacy program. You will have a hands on role in developing and innovating programs that impact the whole Workday organization, interface with customers, suppliers and partners to support critical compliance activities. In this role you will work with cross-functional teams across Workday as well as interface with customers, suppliers and other external Workday partners. Skills and Experience: If you are eager to learn new skills and techniques that will help you further your career, this is the place for you! If you would like the opportunity to connect with other talented interns and enjoy company social events, you should definitely apply!

29 days ago

Apps Product Manager Summer Internship

Workday
Dublin
Temporary
Internship

Temporary, InternshipJoin 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 Our Product Manager internships offer exciting opportunities to drive new projects on our award-winning products. You will be creating project roadmaps and collaborating with cross-functional groups to roll out the latest and greatest features on Workday’s diverse platforms. While we look for common skills and capabilities in all our candidates, each team offers unique ways to elevate Workday products to the next level. If you have these skills, Workday may be the place for you: The Functional Product Management role offers exciting opportunities to manage product applications for our Payroll, Absence and Time Tracking (PATT) products. Utilizing the Agile method, you will see your efforts incorporated first-hand in all phases of the software development lifecycle on the Payroll team. With the team, you will be managing features of a Payroll solution that accommodates global requirements as well as creating a next generation product that incorporates the very latest technology to deliver intuitive solutions, providing increased automation and predictive analytics. Workday Internship Programme Start your future today with Workday’s Internship Program. The next generation of talent will further fuel Workday’s success. This is why we actively seek the best and the brightest students to join our Internship Programme. The Internship Programme is focused on providing meaningful work to challenge your skillset. Launch your career with an opportunity that connects you to a strong network, enables you to do your best work, actively supports your career and places an emphasis on fun.

29 days ago

Band III Personal Secretary

Brook Street
Derry
£8.90 an hour
Temporary

£8.90 an hourTemporaryBrook Street is delighted to be seeking a Band III Secretary for our client in the Derry area; this is a fantastic opportunity for those with audio typing and clerical experience! This is a temporary role for an initially period of three months, with the possibility of extension very likely. This role is an excellent opportunity to showcase you skills in word processing, audio typing and the use of computerised software packages. Duties you will be responsible for will include; Completing all typing/word processing as required by staff within the office ie court reports, interventions and correspondence Providing a comprehensive secretarial service Acting as first point of contact in Reception Manage the processing of written and electronic internal/external mail Drafting and preparing routine and non-routine correspondence on behalf of others. To be eligible for this role, you will have; Four GCSEs, grade C and above, to include English Language with one years' clerical/secretarial experience with the use of Microsoft Office packages OR Two years' clerical/secretarial experience in an office environment to include the use of the Microsoft Office suite of packages and GCSE English Grade C and above. It is essential that you possess OCR Text Processing (Business Professionals) Level 2 Award or RSA Stage II Typing/Word Processing (both parts) or equivalent. Six months experience in audio typing in vital for this role. The hours of work are 09.00 -17:00, Monday to Friday (37.5hours per week). In return, you will be paid £8.90 per hour. If you would like to apply for this role, please submit your CV to Anna at . Our client is seeking to start the successful applicant immediately so apply today!

29 days ago

Store Assistant

Central Floral Supplies
Cork
Temporary

TemporaryWe are looking for a Sales Floor Assistant to help customers with queries, restocking and merchandising as well operating the point of sale. The successful candidate will need to provide excellent customer service at all times by attending to customer needs in a prompt and friendly manor. ResponsibilitiesBenefits Working Hours: Monday to Friday 8.30am - 5pm Hourly Rate: €11.00

29 days ago

Summer Internship Program in Dublin

Brown Brothers Harriman
Dublin
Full-time
Temporary

Temporary, InternshipAre you looking for an interesting internship opportunity? BBH seeks motivated students to join our Summer Internship Program in Dublin from 10th of June 2018 – 30th of August 2019 (with flexibility to extend depending on availability). Our internship opportunities are usually available in the following departments but are not limited to: HOW TO APPLY In order to apply, please submit your CV and cover letter including the function you would like to join.

29 days ago
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