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Sales Assistant & Supervisor

Harry Corry LTDCork

* Closing Date Extended * We are recruiting for our Cork Store - part-time or full-time positions Available - Sales Assistant and Supervisor Sales Assistant Cork - Turners Cross Retail Park Ireland Contract Type: Temporary or Permanent Hours Available: Part-time or Full-time Additional Information: Successful applicants will be required to work evening and weekend shifts in rotation with the rest of the team. Part-time and Full-time contracts available. Temporary and Permanent contracts available Job Description: Title : Sales Assistant Reporting to: Branch management and customers Main duties: To assist customers and provide excellent customer service KEY TASKS AND DUTIES 1. To provide an excellent level of customer service. - Acknowledge and welcome, assist customers and give them advice and suggest complementary products. 2. To maximize both personal and team sales and hit sales targets. 3. Merchandising, pricing, and the display of stock to maximize sales. 4. To look professional and welcoming. 5. To be accurate in the operation of the till systems and be accurate in cash handling and all till transactions. 6. To liaise effectively with other stores and departments within the Company. 7. Apply the Company’s policy and procedures as regards manual handling in lifting, carrying, pulling, moving stock and assisting with deliveries. 8. To carry out personal risk assessments and take personal responsibility for yourself and all others. 9. To ensure that the shop is free from hazards and maintained in a safe condition and to observe and implement Health and Safety legislation, consumer legislation, and the Company’s Health & Safety policy and procedures. 10. To be accurate in stock counts and ordering. 11. To be accurate in all administration relating to merchandise. 12. To comply with the Company’s high standards relating to the care and cleanliness of the shop by good housekeeping including cleaning and vacuuming. 13. Any other duties as directed by the manager or general manager. Personell Specification: Essential flexibility - as advertised, all applicants must be available to work a Saturday afternoon. A passion for home interiors. Desirable - leader/coach of a club or society, actively involved in the local community, a clear employment record, experience related to the role. Supervisor Cork - Turners Cross Retail Park Ireland Contract Type : Permanent Hours Available : Part-time or full-time Closing date: 14/10/2021 Additional Information: Successful applicants will be required to work evening and weekend shifts in rotation with the rest of the team. Job Description: Title : Supervisor Reporting To : Branch Manager Main Duties: To achieve planned sales in accordance with targets set and to advise and assist Management in all areas of the shop. Key Tasks & Duties: 1. To maximise the sales potential of the shop. 2. To administer the stock control and ordering systems. 3. To ensure the security of cash and premises. 4. Merchandise stock and ensure shop is tidy. 5. To assist Manager/Assistant Manager to train, develop and discipline subordinate staff, or in absence of management – take responsibility for this role. 6. To work with and liase with the Regional Manager, and in the absence of Management to ensure that standards and discipline are maintained in all areas of the shop, in order to make a success of the business. 7. Open and close shop, when necessary. 8. Lifting, carrying, pulling, moving and pricing stock. Assisting with deliveries. 9. Housekeeping including cleaning and vacuuming. 10. Be a key holder, and be responsible for alarm calls, when necessary. 11. “EPOS” System – to ensure that start of day and end of day procedures are carried out in accordance with detailed operating instructions. To respond promptly to all communication and error logs, when necessary, in absence of Manager. 12. Carry out refunds/exchanges, complete Z reads and sales records. 13. Accurately complete time sheets and forward to Finance Department. 14. Liase with all departments at Head Office, to ensure procedures and standards are carried out and adhered to in the appropriate manner. 15. Any other reasonable duties, as requested by Management. Personnel Specification: Essential Flexibility - as advertised, all applicants must be available to work a Saturday. A passion for home interiors. Desirable Leader/Coach of a club or society Actively involved in local community A clear employment record Experience related to the role Additional Benefits: Competitive salary Full-Training Excellent working conditions Staff discounts

21 days agoTemporaryFull-time

Sales Advisor

Marks & SpencerDundrum, Dublin

Part-time roles available in our Dundrum and Blackrock, Co. Dublin Store - Candidates must be flexible in working hours Monday-Sunday. If you are a friendly approachable person that likes helping customers and you are interested in joining our team, we would like to hear from you. You will need to be confident and have good communication skills, be a quick thinker who can react to situations, have high energy levels, and be able to maintain personal standards and composure under pressure. Apply now and you will receive a competitive salary plus a 20% staff discount. Click Apply Now to submit your CV today!

15 days agoPart-timeTemporary

Substitute Teaching Panel

St Catherines NSRush, County Dublin

St Catherine's NS Rush is looking to compile a list of persons trained as Teachers in countries other than Ireland who may not have a Teaching Council Number but who would be interested in subbing on occasion in St Catherine's.  Anyone currently holding an Irish Teaching Qualification is also welcome to make contact! Expressions of interest please to: St Catherine's NS Rush Co Dublin OR Phone: 01-843 8266 OR Click Apply Now to submit your application to our secretary today!

18 days agoTemporary

Teoranta University Placement

RandoxDungloe, Donegal

Are you seeking a University or College placement in 2021/2022? Randox Teoranta are passionate about improving global health and saving lives through the development of innovative and pioneering products. Through our commitment and the skill of our people we have grown to be a world leader in diagnostics for clinical healthcare, toxicology, food security and providing quality solutions to over 145 countries. In order to serve our growing international markets we require high calibre applicants with scientific, engineering, software and broader business skills – including sales, marketing, logistics, finance and many more. Central to the Randox ethos is our drive to improve healthcare worldwide and every one of our staff plays a vital role in this aim. At Randox we are offering exciting opportunities for enthusiastic, self-motivated individuals to obtain a placement with an innovative and rapidly growing company at our site in Dungloe, Co. Donegal. Placements offered by Randox are specifically designed to release the potential of high quality candidates and provide them with the opportunities to make a difference to our business, for our customers and the experience needed to pursue a career in their chosen fields. The Candidate •Studying a Science/Engineering degree •A strong academic record to date •A high level of business acumen •A positive attitude with the drive and work ethic to meet deadlines / targets •Initiative and the ability to work as part of a team •Excellent communication and presentation skills (both written and oral) •Excellent time management and organisational skills •Proficient in Microsoft Windows and office packages

30+ days agoTemporary

Sparkle Marie-curie Fellowships In Photonics

University CollegeCork€40,000 - €45,400 per year

MWA-02 Sparkle Marie-Curie Fellowships in Photonics  Contract: Full Time/Fixed Term The Irish Photonics Integration Centre (IPIC) is emerging as one of Europe’s top research centres in photonics integration, incorporating the expertise of 18 Principal Investigators (PIs) covering topics from photonics theory through to full system development, i.e. the full technology development cycle where the underpinning sciences are explored in parallel to the development and fabrication of novel prototype devices and systems. IPIC is focused on training Europe’s future photonics research leaders and is currently hosting the  SPARKLE fellowship programme . It is co-funded by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action COFUND programme and Science Foundation Ireland offering 27 x two year postdoctoral fellowships. Positions are open to experienced researchers of any nationality, resident anywhere in the world, seeking a prestigious career development path in the field of photonics research and innovation. Fellows will be based in Ireland at one of the following IPIC Academic partner locations. Applicants have the academic freedom to choose their research topic (within the remit of the IPIC themes), supervisor, academic host organisation and the secondment company. Research Themes of IPIC Include: Open Call application closing dates: Call 4 Closes: July 30th 2021Call 5 Closes: December 30th 2021 Fellows will receive a gross salary (living and mobility expenses included) of €40,000 per annum and those with a family will receive €45,400 per annum. Application guidelines and further details can be found at: https://www.ipic.ie/sparkle/ Any queries relating to this position can be forwarded to Melissa Walsh on email Melissa.walsh@tyndall.ie.

30+ days agoFull-timeTemporary

Industry Engagement Project Manager

University CollegeCork€50,042 - €59,746 per year

PMO- 24 Industry Engagement Project Manager Contract: Full Time/Fixed Term The Photonics Centre at Tyndall National Institute seeks a dynamic and customer focused Industry Engagement Project Manager to lead a number of European and National programmes. The Photonics Centre is one of Europe’s leading photonics research centres with 200 researchers focused on developing leading edge technology and its transition to market to deliver both economic and societal benefits. From future optical communications networks, to displays to smart medical devices. It is also home to the Irish Photonics Integration Centre (IPIC), Ireland’s national photonics research centre, in partnership with Ireland’s leading universities and institutes of technology. We have recently secured a number of European awards from H2020 programmes that are tasked with developing ground breaking technologies and to support Europe, and Ireland’s, SMEs strengthen their technology base, secure investment and support their scaling. To support these activities, we require a dynamic individual to lead our engagement in these projects, with a specific focus to work closely with companies, European research leaders and government agencies to identify opportunities, engage new partners, drive the transfer of new technologies to market and support the scaling of photonics enabled SMEs and start-ups. A central element to this role will be to lead the Photonics Ireland National Technology Platform (www.photonicsireland.ie), its engagement in Photonics21 (the European technology platform), with other national and regional platforms from across the globe and to lead the co-ordination of photonics activities across Ireland. Key Responsibilities Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to the Patrick Morrissey at patrick.morrissey@tyndall.ie. Appointment may be made on the Grade 6 (Admin III) salary scale - €50,042 to €59,746. Salary placement on appointment will be in accordance with public sector pay policy. Closing Date for Applications is on the 9th December, 2020.

30+ days agoFull-timeTemporary

Principal Scientist - Heterogeneous Integration Of III-V And Silicon Photonics

University CollegeCork€70,063 - €91,472 per year

BC-64 Principal Scientist- Heterogeneous Integration of III-V and Silicon Photonics Contract Type: Full Time/Fixed Term As Tyndall’s Principal Scientist for Heterogeneous Integration of III-V and Silicon Photonics you will drive a cutting-edge research programme that will address some of the outstanding challenges in photonic-electronic integration in order to deliver new technology solutions for applications ranging from smart medical devices to advanced communication systems. In particular, you will develop a new research team to advance one of the leading emerging technologies for large scale photonic-electronic integration, namely Micro-Transfer Printing (MTP).  A key focus of the research will be the integration of III-V active devices (lasers, modulators, detectors etc.), together with active and passive silicon photonic ICs and associated electronic ICs using MTP . The research will be enabled by Tyndall’s advanced fabrication, characterisation and test facilities, which include all of the elements needed for the programme, including a dedicated MTP tool. Working initially under the guidance of the Head of the III-V Devices Group, you will be expected to lead a number of existing projects whilst also growing your own independent funding and research streams in order to develop a dedicated team of highly skilled research staff and PhD students. You will join the Photonics Centre at Tyndall, a vibrant and expanding world-class research ecosystem comprising more than 150 researchers with activities that include photonic theory, III-V and III-Nitride material epitaxy, photonic integration, hybrid integration and packaging, microelectronics, biophotonics and communication systems. You will be expected to develop collaborations across the centre as well internationally through programmes such as the European Horizon 2020 funding framework and its successors. Tyndall also hosts the Science Foundation Ireland Irish Photonic Integration Centre (IPIC) a €30M initiative with 30 industry partners, including large multinationals and indigenous companies and start-ups. You will join IPIC as a funded investigator where, in addition to advancing photonic integration science and engineering, you will have the opportunity to lead a number of research collaborations with industry partners to advance the technology towards market deployment. In order to achieve this, Tyndall seeks a highly motivated and dynamic individual with a proven track record of research excellence and achievement in photonic integration research, including a deep knowledge of III-V and/or silicon photonic device design and fabrication. You will have at least 5 years’ experience working in a leading academic institution or industrial research organisation and ideally a proven track-record of securing research contracts and defining and leading research programmes. The post offers a superb opportunity for an ambitious individual to establish a long-term research career in a world-leading research institute working on exciting, cutting-edge science at the interface between academia and industry. Key Responsibilities Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Brian Corbett at brian.corbett@tyndall.ie Appointment may be made on the Grade 7 Admin I Scale (B) €70,063- €91,472 per annum. Salary placement on appointment will be in accordance with public sector pay policy.

30+ days agoFull-timeTemporary

Applications Engineer, Wearable Smart Systems

University CollegeCork€42,404 - €52,256 per year

BOF-75  Applications Engineer Level 2  for Wearable Smart Systems (HOLISTICS Project) Contract Type: Full Time/Fixed Term The Tyndall National Institute is a world leader in the development of Smart Sensing systems for use in the body, on the body and around the body. Working closely with a global range of academic, business and clinical partners, our technology is under evaluation by several multinational corporations and is approaching market readiness in a number of areas including Connected IOT, Smart Agriculture, Industry 4.0, Environmental sensing and  wearable sensing for fitness and health .  The Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) group has recently secured funded proposals in the development of Wearable systems from a variety of national funding agencies (Enterprise Ireland, Science Foundation Ireland, Irish Research Centre) as well as international funding agencies (Horizon2020, ECSEL). In these projects the WSN group is carrying out  multi-disciplinary research projects in both applied and fundamental research activities  associated with Wearable Smart Systems integration, embedded computing, and edge analytics. In particular, the WSN research group at Tyndall has recently received significant funding from the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation (DBEI) as part of its  Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund (DTIF) for the HOLISTICS project.  HOLISTICS will connect Irish-based companies (SME & MNC) in the Med-tech, Sports Science, ICT and Design/Human Factors Engineering sectors with leading Irish Research Performing Organisations (RPOs) and Clinicians to exploit state-of-the-art hardware, software, data analytics and visualization technologies for wearable systems. HOLISTICS builds on several years of engagement between Tyndall and Irish companies to address disruptive business opportunities in Health-Tech as well as significant experience in driving large scale Research & Innovation programs. The WSN group is looking to recruit a number of Applications Engineers to develop the necessary hardware and software system prototypes for test and validation with clinical partners in the HOLISTICs project in the delivery of disruptive research in  wearable systems for healthcare. PURPOSE OF ROLE Reporting to the WSN Head of Group or his nominee, this is an exciting opportunity to help define and implement applied research projects in a variety of fast-moving, industrially relevant areas. Working with the Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) Head of Group and industry applied research team, the successful candidate will be part of a team of multi-disciplinary industry aligned researchers with expertise in microsystems technology, wireless sensors, electronics and low-power system hardware and software design to execute industry defined applied research projects. The team comprises of engineers, researchers and postgraduate students with various levels of experience and qualifications. Activities will include applied research implementation, hardware/software co-design of embedded systems, and travel to international conferences, workshops, industry meetings, proposal project meetings, to strategically position Tyndall WSN as a world-leading industry-focused applied research group. Key Responsibilities Appointment may be made on the Admin V Grade 5 Scale B (new entrants) salary scale €42,404- €52,256 per annum. Salary placement on appointment will be in accordance with public sector pay policy. For further information and informal enquiries please contact Brendan O’ Flynn at brendan.oflynn@tyndall.ie

30+ days agoFull-timeTemporary

RR GL Accountant, Month Contract

AppleCork

Summary Apple is a place where extraordinary people gather to do their best work. Together we create products and experiences people once couldn’t have imagined — and now can’t imagine living without. If you’re excited by the idea of making a real impact, a career with Apple might be your dream job... Just be prepared to dream big. Apple has been operating in Cork since 1980. We have grown to over 5000 employees, serving our customers through a wide range of critical business functions, which are key to Apple’s continued success. Teamwork is important at Apple, and every day you will connect with and be supported by your peers and colleagues at one of the most diverse and inclusive companies in the world. The successful candidate will become a member of the wider Finance team at Apple. With over 300 employees from a multitude of backgrounds, the Finance department in Cork supports all functions of Apple in EMEIA, including Sales, Logistics, Manufacturing and Operations, Apple Music, Apple Retail as well as being part of the Global Business Solutions (GBS) function. This is a key role in a dynamic environment with the potential for the role to develop further with additional responsibilities in line with business requirements. The successful candidate will join the Record to Report team, which consists of over 60 individuals responsible for a wide range of areas including Fixed Assets, Treasury Accounting, Intercompany Accounting, Inventory Accounting, Revenue Accounting and a team of regional lead accountants responsible for statutory and tax compliance along with legal entity oversight. The role is primarily responsible for managing the accounting, US GAAP, local statutory & tax compliance functions for a number of legal entities in EMEIA. This position is tasked with managing and providing support to the regional statutory and tax accountants and will also work closely with the other GBS accounting organisations in APAC, China, and AMR. The successful candidate will also be responsible for regular project work. This role will give great exposure to not only the Record to Report team but also the wider Apple organization. If you are a real team player, flexible, interested in interacting with a wide range of people locally and globally, great at building good working relationships and interested in working on projects than this position is an exciting opportunity for you. Key Qualifications Description • Overall financial accounting responsibility for a number of EMEIA entities. • Ensure monthly and quarterly close process for entities under your control is executed flawlessly and that the month end close timetable is followed by accounting functions supporting the regional close. • Responsibility for high quality financial statements, corporate income tax returns and other compliance filing for legal entities within the team. • Liaison with external advisors and statutory auditors for statutory and tax compliance cycles. • Internal co-ordination with the EMEIA Tax, Corporate Legal, Intercompany, Revenue and VAT Compliance teams, Purchase to Pay, Order to Cash, Fixed Assets, Treasury Accounting & Hire to Retire. • Liaise with other Accountants and Accounting Managers in R2R to ensure that consistent processes are applied across all regions and that there is consistent treatment of corporate finance policies. • Maintain data integrity of SAP to ensure US and Local GAAP rules and local legal statutory and accounting reporting requirements are met. • Assist the R2R team in all external audits, including tax audits from governmental agencies. • Responsible for ensuring processes are compliant for Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX). • Ensure appropriate systems, processes, tools and business relationships exist to enable effective legal entity controllership and compliance. • Support GBS initiatives and ad-hoc projects as requested. • Develop with the role to expand responsibilities within the GBS organisation. • Established a strong control environment to ensure we were compliant against the regulatory requirements in the countries we operate in; • Challenge and empower your colleagues to challenge the status quo and continue to strive for scalable compliant reporting.

30+ days agoTemporary

Post-doctoral Researcher, School Of English And Digital Humanities

University CollegeCork€38,630 - €45,942 per year

30 Months, Fixed-Term, Whole-Time Post Position summary The C21 Editions project (IRC/W001489/1) is seeking a Post-Doctoral Researcher with expertise in scholarly editing, digital humanities or relevant disciplines to make a significant contribution to its research activities. C21 Editions is seeking to explore and make a direct contribution to the future of digital scholarly editing and digital publishing. When academics mention "scholarly editions", they are typically referring to expertly curated textual resources or collections, designed to bring some sense of order or meaning to a particular set of materials. One of the major achievements of the digital humanities is the role its community has played in bringing scholarly editions to digital and web-based platforms, improving their research, pedagogical, and societal value through greater dissemination and access. However, despite all that has been achieved in the three or so decades since DH emerged, the digital scholarly edition is now in danger of becoming obsolete in an increasingly digital world. Most existing digital editions and publishing platforms mimic the structure of books, presenting static content in a page-based structure. This project aims to remedy that situation by engaging with experts and stakeholder groups in order to establish the methods and principles for developing the scholarly digital editions of the future. The specific aims of the project in which the successful candidate will be expected to participate include: Conducting secondary research analysis of existing digital scholarly editions, practices and theories; Producing a substantial white paper detailing the theoretical and technical state-of-the-art in digital scholarly editing; Participating in the development of high impact case studies prototyping new open standards for editing born-digital content and tools for computer-aided scholarly editing; Working with stakeholders to determine how public cultural institutions in possession of born-digital materials can better achieve their strategic aims; Explore how machine learning and computational techniques can assist in the production of annotated texts and resources; Establish User Design Groups of stakeholders who will participate in inclusive design workshops; Assist in convening an inclusive conference to discuss the possible futures for the field of digital scholarly editing and publishing; Undertake additional dissemination activities intended to increase the impact of the project and its outputs. The ideal candidate will have expertise in scholarly editions and digital scholarly editing or a relevant discipline, as well as a PhD qualification in a relevant field. A background in literary and/or cultural studies is also desirable. While not essential, the ideal candidate will be interested in the application of participatory research methods and have a familiarity with or willingness to develop skills in thematic analysis and design thinking. The successful candidate will be based in the Department of Digital Humanities at University College Cork (UCC), but will be expected to travel to and work with collaborators at the University of Sheffield’s Digital Humanities Institute. The successful candidate must be able to begin work in early January 2022. Project Title : C21 Editions: Editing & Publishing in the Digital Age Post Duration: 30 Months Salary: €38,630 - €45,942 p.a. (IUA Salary Scale) For an information package including further details of the post see https://ore.ucc.ie/. Job ID: 049751. Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Dr James O’Sullivan, Department of Digital Humanities, Email: james.osullivan@ucc.ie .

30+ days agoTemporary
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