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Health Care Assistant

Ailesbury & Ashbury Nursing HomesDublin€10.50 - €15.50 per yearFull-timePart-time

ANH Healthcare Ltd is the operating name adopted by us, The Fagan Family since 2014. We have deep roots in the healthcare sector, and since 1989 have been at the helm of nursing care facilities across south Dublin. The ethos of ANH Healthcare is one steeped in family values, and as such we, The Fagan family have a very “hands on” approach in the management of both Ailesbury & Ashbury Nursing Homes. ANH Healthcare  is recruiting compassionate, caring Healthcare Assistants / Carers for Ailesbury Nursing Home in Sandymount and Ashbury Nursing Home in Blackrock. If you are a kind, caring, dynamic and energetic Healthcare Assistant / Carer – we would love to hear from you! The successful candidate will assist the nursing staff in providing a safe and caring environment for our residents. In our nursing homes we care for our residents and assist them with activities of daily living such as companionship and personal care. What we offer you

14 days ago

Resettlement Caseworker

Irish Red CrossSouth Dublin, DublinVolunteer

POSITION: Resettlement Caseworker - Dublin Based Role Background: The Irish Red Cross Migration programme works to support the integration of refugees in Ireland. The programme works across a number of programme objectives to deliver supports directly to refugees arriving in Ireland, linking in local communities and volunteers to support integration. The main programme areas are:

5 days ago

Referee Administrator

Leinster RugbyDublinFull-timeVolunteer

We are inviting applications for a 'Referee Administrator' to join our Leinster Rugby branch offices. The primary focus of the role is to manage and administer the day-to-day activities of the Association of Referees Leinster Branch (ARLB), particularly ensuring the appointment of match officials to all official branch/union fixtures within the Province. The ARLB is a volunteer organisation which primarily provides match officials for games played under the auspices of the Leinster Branch (LB). The successful candidate will facilitate and champion the retention and recruitment of members to the ARLB as well as manage the ARLB database/ system including the generation of key management reports and maintain accurate membership data, all managed in line with GDPR requirements. We are seeking a competent, efficient and extremely organised administrator with the ability to multitask in a busy office environment. The successful candidate must have a high regard for customer service and the ability to build effective working relationships with various stakeholders namely, Leinster Rugby, ARLB, IRFU Referee’s Department and other important committees. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to remain calm under pressure and work to deadlines are essential requirements for the role. The role requires flexibility as it involve working at weekends and out of normal office hours. For full details of the role please see the full job description below. This position is being offered on a full time, ongoing contract basis and will be based in Leinster Rugby Branch, UCD, Belfield, Dublin 4. To apply click on the 'Apply now' button below. The requirements for applying are to attach a 1-page Cover Letter and CV no longer than 2 pages. The closing date for applications is strictly 5pm Thursday 27th June 2019. JOB DESCRIPTION & RESPONSIBILITY STATEMENT POSITION TITLE: Referee Administrator, Leinster Rugby PREAMBLE: The Association of Referees Leinster Branch (ARLB) is a volunteer organisation which primarily provides match officials for games played under the auspices of the Leinster Branch (LB). It has approximately 300 members, of whom about 160 are refereeing on a regular basis. While a lot of the coordination work of the ARLB is done by volunteers, The LB employs a full-time administrator to facilitate these activities. ROLE AND PURPOSE OF POSITION: The primary focus of the Referee Administrator is to manage and administer the day-to-day activities of the ARLB, particularly ensuring the appointment of match officials to all official branch/union fixtures within the Province. Facilitate and champion the retention and recruitment of members to the ARLB. Manage the ARLB database/ system including the generation of key management reports and maintain accurate membership data, all managed in line with GDPR requirements. REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS: Operational & Functional: Head of Rugby Development, Leinster Rugby (LB) Stakeholder Management: ARLB Standing Committees, IRFU Referees Department, LB Committees KEY QUALITIES: Essential: Experience working in an administrative support/ coordinator role Experience of working in a busy office environment Experience of keeping accurate records and filing systems Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to interact professionally at all levels Strong communication skills both written and verbal Proficiency in M/S Windows and Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) Experience in the use of databases/ IT systems A high level of accuracy in all work and an attention to detail. High regard for customer service to Leinster Rugby stakeholders in particular ARLB for whom the appointee’s duties will predominantly relate Excellent organisational skills with the ability to multitask and balance multiple tasks and projects simultaneously Ability to use own initiative but also work as a team Ability to remain calm under pressure and to work to deadlines Flexibility to manage competing demands to the satisfaction of ARLB Executive and Committees Flexibility to work out of hours and at weekends on a routine basis Social media skills, including excellent English and moderation of content Ability to administer stocks of gear in accordance with ARLB policy Desirable: Relevant professional qualification such as Business Management or equivalent Previous experience in a similar role (3 years) Knowledge of the ARLB and referee regulations, including competition regulations Experience of coordinating and scheduling referees RESPONSIBILITIES: Game appointment To administer appointment of competent referees to all fixtures, based on Panels, gradings, availability and requests to meet match demands To actively liaise with all Panel Managers to ensure appointments are posted on time on a weekly rolling basis To manage the unavailability of referees at short notice to ensure fixtures are covered sufficiently and competently. To provide scheduling cover on Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays and out of hours To administer the appointment of Trial Members to appropriate trial matches, based on input from the Trial Members Manager, and ensure Assessors sub-committee are aware of same Administration To provide complete monthly stats in arrears on all matches i.e. number of appointments, assessments, discipline, non- appearance of referees and changes by clubs or Branch to the relevant committee. To provide Panel Managers, or Selection Committees, with a list of forthcoming fixtures and an accurate list detailing referee availability to cover these fixtures To act as a point of contact for the IRFU and Branch on any refereeing law and rule changes or interpretations, or other such important information relating to referees and to ensure the timely dissemination of same. To ensure all assessment and coaching reports are logged by the assessor onto the system and liaise with Chairman of Assessors regard complete and incomplete reports and forward the report to the relevant referee within two weeks To provide administrative support to the Executive and all Sub Committees, on matters including but not limited to discipline, seminars, laws meetings, AGM’s and other such ad hoc functions that may arise To produce biannually a ranked list of referees, based on assessments, for Grading purposes. To be available to attend and provide input to all selection and grading meetings, as required. Database Management To maintain and manage an accurate database of all ARLB members, including referees and match activity and to report on same as required. To manage the GDPR requirements on behalf of the ARLB and the Leinster Branch To optimise the use of the database to improve the quality of information, reporting and analysis Stakeholder Management To develop a strong working relationship with the ARLB Standing Committee members, Area Representatives (5) and School Games Masters (or schools Area Rep) and foster open lines of communication To escalate all areas of concern or problems raised by individual referees to the correct resource. To promote referee welfare within the Province To act as central point of contact and sifting of new membership enquires, including ensuring that the requisite paperwork is presented. This latter activity is a critical measure of performance. Social Media To maintain an up to date news feed on the ARLB website in conjunction with internal marketing and digital media team. To build and maintain a profile on social media for the ARLB covering Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc. Referee Gear To manage the stock levels of referee kit, including issuance of new kit, and tracking the sale of items to referees To carry out any other duties that may be assigned from time to time in line with your skills and competencies The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work required from this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and activities required. The holder of this position is required to respond with a flexible approach when tasks arise which are not specifically covered in this job description.

5 days ago

Recruitment & Hr Manager

Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF)LondonFull-timePart-time

Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) is recruiting a Recruitment & HR Manager (Field Ireland) Hours: 40 hours per week Reports to: Director, MSF Ireland Responsible for: Recruitment and HR administrator and HR volunteer Works closely with: Functional member of the MSF-UK HR team, work under the guidance of the Field HR Manager in MSF UK Location: Dublin Duration: Permanent Salary Grade: Grade 4 Step 1 Salary: € 49,046.68 Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) provides life-saving emergency relief and longer-term medical care to some of the most vulnerable and excluded communities around the world. As an independent medical humanitarian organization, we deliver care based only on need, regardless of ethnic origin, gender, religion or political affiliation. MSF relies on donations from private individuals and organizations for the majority of its income. This private funding gives MSF the freedom to respond where the need is greatest and speaking out publicly when we witness acts of violence and unacceptable suffering, free from any political interference. MSF has around 40,000 local and international staff working in over 70 countries, in some of the most challenging places in the world. Our medical humanitarian projects are supported by teams in 32 countries, including the UK and Ireland, spread across Europe, North and South America, Asia, Africa and Australasia. At MSF UK/IE, we support our projects by building relationships with our supporters, increasing awareness of our work, raising funds, providing specialist medical expertise, catalyzing change on medical humanitarian issues, and recruiting staff for field operations. MSF UK/IE personnel are dynamic, hard-working, enthusiastic and committed to MSF’s values and aims. MEDECINS SANS FRONTIERES (MSF) IRELAND The Irish office works in a highly integrated manner with MSF UK, and is focused on the core activities of fundraising, recruitment, representation and awareness-raising of our mission among the Irish public. Twelve years after its opening, the Dublin office is staffed with 10 full-time and 3 part-time employees plus 2 interns, involved in general management, communications, advocacy, fundraising and recruitment. In addition, we have several office volunteers who assist on a regular basis with fundraising, administration and recruitment. MSF Ireland aims to recruit quality field staff from specialized professions to meet operational needs within the MSF movement. For the past years, MSF Ireland has been providing support to MSF UK in the recruitment and retention of Irish field staff. The priority for this role will be development and implementation of a recruitment strategy that capitalizes on skills and experience in Ireland to meet operational needs. This will be done alongside targeted active recruitment in the Irish market and the management of relevant recruitment and HR administration. HR DEPARTMENT The role works closely with HR Department MSF UK and is actively involved in the international MSF HRM forum to promote best practice in the management and support of field staff in general and to provide equal opportunities for Irish field workers. This is a pivotal role in building up and maintaining relationships with Irish medical and other professional communities and networking with medical institutions and other professional bodies in Ireland. The post holder will be mainly responsible for field HR and some HR practical administrative support to the HR (Office) Unit in MSF UK, which is responsible for the development and delivery of people management strategies that support MSF UK/Ireland overall strategic aims and objectives in relation to the office staff. In addition, the department is part of a larger ‘virtual HR department’ for Operational Centre Amsterdam (OCA) which comprises MSF UK/Ireland, MSF Germany, MSF India and MSF Holland. Together the department works in partnership on all aspects of field related HRM. JOB PURPOSE The primary objective of this role is to develop and implement an active recruitment strategy for Irish field staff in line with MSF UK/IE’s overall HR strategy and the MSF OCA Strategic plan 2020-23. The post holder will be responsible for attracting, selecting, developing and retaining high-quality medical and non-medical field staff for MSF operations and develop, implement and monitor, and if necessary adjust, the outcomes of the Irish recruitment strategy. MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Decisions Candidates must hold an appropriate passport or permit to work in Ireland. MSF UK/IE is an equal opportunities employer. We are committed to diversity and creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We encourage applications from all sections of our diverse community. CURRENT BENEFITS AT MSF UK AND IRELAND : Salaries MSF UK & Ireland pays the salaries into the bank account on the 30th of each month. Flexitime Scheme MSF UK & Ireland operates flexi time. The daily requirement for full time staff is to work 8 hours plus half an hour for lunch with core hours between 9.30am-5.00pm and flexi time periods between 8.30am – 9.30am and 5.00pm-6.00pm. Annual Leave The MSF UK & Ireland holiday (annual leave) year runs from 1st January to 31st December. Annual entitlement for full-time staff is 28 days per year in addition to Irish bank holidays (pro rata for part-time). Sick Leave On completion of the probationary period, employees of MSF UK & Ireland receive additional benefits though our Group Income Protection Scheme and Group Life Scheme. Pension Plan After three months’ continuous employment, you will be enrolled into MSF UK/IE’s Group Personal Pension Scheme. MSF UK/IE will make an employer contribution equivalent to 10% of your gross salary; you will also be able to make additional employee contributions. Development Opportunities MSF UK & Ireland has an annual performance review process in place during which individual development needs are discussed and training needs identified.

11 days ago

UEFA EURO 2020 Volunteers


Would you like to be part of EURO 2020? Dublin is an official host city for UEFA EURO 2020 - and their Volunteer Recruitment campaign is up and running! Volunteering to support the delivery of UEFA events can give you the opportunity to try something new, gain experience, develop skills, improve your career prospects, build confidence and meet new people. Please view below the exciting 24 Project Areas (Domains) we will be recruiting Volunteers for UEFA EURO 2020. You will be asked in your application to select a preferred Domain / Area you would like to be considered for. Please read carefully before you apply. Also, the Mobility Makers and Spectator Services Volunteers will take up over half of the roles and are mostly required on Match Day only so please bear that in mind ACCESS MANAGEMENT The access management team is responsible for overseeing overall access – both ingress and egress of people and vehicles – at the UEFA EURO 2020 venues (stadiums) during the operational period. Access management volunteers play an integral role by helping the venue access manager to implement the flow concept and steward dot plan, delivering training to security staff and helping accredited staff to access the venue during the operational period. On matchdays, access management volunteers help the venue security team to facilitate the smooth and timely ingress and egress of all target groups into and out of the stadium. ACCREDITATION During the tournament, the stadiums will be divided into different zones, such as the pitch, dressing rooms and media areas. The accreditation team provides different groups of people with access to the zones in which they operate. These groups include players, volunteers, media, officials, service providers such as cleaners, public authorities and sponsors. To perform their role, each individual needs to be in possession of a valid accreditation pass, which they receive from the accreditation centre next to each stadium. The accreditation pass displays their personal details (name and photo), as well as the access rights assigned to them for their particular duties. ANTI-DOPING The UEFA anti-doping team will deliver a comprehensive doping control testing programme at UEFA EURO 2020. The programme aims to protect the physical, emotional and financial investment of players, officials and spectators by ensuring a drug-free tournament. The role of the anti-doping chaperone is one of great responsibility and must be carried out in a professional manner. Their task is to notify one of the players selected for a doping control and to escort him from the time he is notified until the doping test is complete. BROADCASTER SERVICES The broadcaster services team will be responsible for ensuring that the match is broadcast to spectators all over the world. The broadcaster information team provides basic information on TV production and booking matters, general tournament information and tourist information to UEFA EURO 2020 broadcast partners (UBPs) that are on-site during the tournament. The broadcaster information desk will be a first point of contact for UBPs upon arrival at the international broadcast centre (IBC). The main task of the broadcaster unilateral service volunteers at the venues will be to support the broadcast liaison officers at each venue, primarily on MD-1 and MD. Their duties will range from simple administrative tasks (e.g. photocopying, distributing information, or printing information contained in FAME – UEFA’s extranet system used to manage broadcasters’ bookings) to answering queries, distributing supplementary access devices (SADs) to broadcasters, guiding broadcasters to their various facilities in the stadium and helping them to deliver broadcaster services. CEREMONIES The ceremonies project will create and implement ceremonies and entertainment programmes at the 12 stadiums. The objective is to create a safe and enjoyable atmosphere in the stadium and provide a memorable experience for the fans. Volunteers will assist with the pre-match ceremonies (entertainment of fans inside and outside the stadium) and production (TV production, logistics). UEFA ceremonies set the mood for our events, offering a warm and exciting welcome from UEFA and the host city to the fans, teams and hundreds of millions of viewers worldwide. A ‘fantertainment’ programme is a live event held inside or around the stadium to welcome the fans and entertain them before the start of the match. UEFA uses this platform to create emotion and excitement among the spectators and thereby ensure a festive atmosphere in the stadium. During this time, the spectators become a symbol of unity and respect, having fun, singing and dancing together, regardless of which team they support. Volunteers in this area will assist the local ceremonies coordinator. COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS The commercial operations team leads the implementation of stadium marketing rights granted to commercial partners contracted by UEFA and its exclusive agent for national team competitions (CAA11) and assists official sponsors with their on-site activation programmes across the 12 venues. As such, the commercial operations team delivers, for each of the various rights and opportunities, guiding principles produced in consultation with internal specialists, as well as managing all planning and orders in cooperation with contracted sponsors. The commercial operations team, in consultation with CAA11, also manages all related communication with sponsors and other appointed affiliates. The commercial operations team acts as an internal resource for commercial matters relating to stadiums and liaises with other project teams as regards the implementation of such rights. Rights granted to tournament sponsors include exclusive association rights, rights and opportunities relating to guest experiences, brand recognition on UEFA-produced materials, on-site activation (including ‘sole and exclusive’ programmes) and, in some cases, the right to have products or services sold at venues. EVENT LEGAL SERVICES UEFA’s rights protection programme (RPP) aims to actively protect UEFA EURO 2020 intellectual property and prevent infringements of UEFA’s rights in relation to UEFA EURO 2020. UEFA believes that protecting its intellectual property rights is fundamental to maintaining the sustained growth of European football. If UEFA did not protect its rights, then the value and quality attached to the activities conducted by UEFA would diminish. The commercial entities to which UEFA grants exclusive association rights recognise that these rights are valuable assets, and the revenue that the commercial exploitation of rights generates is redistributed by UEFA in such a way as to promote the healthy and continuous development of professional, amateur and youth football throughout Europe. Rights protection volunteers will support UEFA’s on-site RPP activities with the aim of preventing unauthorised commercial activities (counterfeiting and ambush marketing) around UEFA EURO 2020 stadiums and at other key sites within the host city (e.g. around the host city fan zone, fan meeting areas and other locations of interest). EVENT TRANSPORT The event transport team is responsible for the planning and delivery of transport services. Volunteers work in the transport office/fleet compound or as coordinators/welcome personnel at airports, hotels and other locations. Their aim is to help and support customers by delivering a high-level transport service. For UEFA EURO 2020, the event transport team will be responsible for providing transport for the 24 participating national associations, referees, doping control officers, match delegates, UEFA guests and staff. GUEST MANAGEMENT AND PROTOCOL The guest management and protocol team is responsible for guest management, welcome services and protocol matters for UEFA’s 17,000 VIP guests attending UEFA EURO 2020. Guest management operations are carried out at airports, hotels and stadiums, where national and international guests from the world of sport and politics will be welcomed. Guest management volunteers will be the first and main point of contact for these guests and are essential for the smooth delivery of the guest experience. They will welcome guests at airports, hotels or stadiums, provide them with information about the tournament and the host cities, and handle their questions and requests. HOSPITALITY PRODUCTION The hospitality production team for UEFA EURO 2020 is in charge of the development, implementation and delivery of hospitality and catering services for various target groups across all 12 stadiums. The team will provide matchday hospitality services such as catering and entertainment as part of the various hospitality programmes for VIPs, commercial partners and corporate hospitality guests. All guests will be hosted in hospitality lounges and private suites inside the stadiums before and after the matches. It is the hospitality production team’s responsibility to ensure that hospitality and catering services are delivered on time, to the agreed quality and within budget. Altogether, more than 120,000 hospitality guests will be hosted in the course of the 51 tournament matches. The team through its dedicated concession team members is also in charge of delivering catering services for staff, broadcasters, media representatives, volunteers, youth programme teams and match officials (referees, medical providers, etc.) throughout the tournament, on both matchdays and non-matchdays. It is also responsible – through its concessions team – for implementing and managing the matchday food and beverage concepts for public concessions at stadiums, ensuring that products and services are of the required standard. As members of the hospitality team, hospitality production volunteers will assist the venue hospitality manager/coordinator, as well as the concessions coordinator(s), helping to prepare for and carry out operational activities with a view to ensuring the best possible outcomes for the various projects. HOST BROADCAST LOGISTICS The host broadcast logistics team coordinates and delivers a range of integrated support services to host broadcast (HB) staff and suppliers, as well as unilateral broadcasters. It works closely with the marketing host broadcast department to plan and implement the travel, transport, accommodation, accreditation, uniform and office needs of the host broadcast crew, supervising the delivery of these support services at the venues. It also plans and delivers all logistical aspects of the broadcast centre, from catering and laundry services to staff shuttles. INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY The information and communication technology (ICT) team for UEFA EURO 2020 delivers all communications and related services, as well as some hardware and specialist solutions and applications. The ICT team is responsible for the concept, set-up, operations and change management for all deliverables within its domain. In addition, approximately 4,000 journalists and photographers will be reporting on UEFA EURO 2020 on TV, online and on the radio every day. An IT and telecommunications network will be set up and maintained at every venue so that journalists and other personnel can enjoy the best possible working conditions. Volunteers in this sector will have a variety of tasks: providing IT services and support for matchday operations, staffing the information desk and back office, setting up the venue and operations, etc. They will gain insights into key areas of a complex organisation that most people never see. MARKETING The UEFA EURO 2020 mascot will bring the teams and fans together. The mascot will engage with young urban audiences across Europe. Relevant and engaging for fans, they will contribute to visual recognition and the creation of memorable moments at UEFA EURO 2020. They will raise interest and awareness globally and locally, especially in the host cities, countries in which the host cities are located and across Europe. The mascot will appear in every host city, bringing the spirit and identity of the tournament to life, connecting with fans and participating in promotional activities. The mascot is a key part of the UEFA EURO 2020 licensing programme and will form part of UEFA commercial partners’ activation plans for the tournament following its launch by UEFA. MATCH ORGANISATION Match organisation lies at the very heart of all UEFA EURO 2020 venue operations, as it deals directly with UEFA’s first priority – the sport itself. A successful match organisation project will make a major contribution to the overall image of the tournament and have a positive impact on the quality of the matches. The project’s main task is to organise the 51 matches and all services relating to sporting aspects of UEFA EURO 2020 in accordance with the highest international standards and UEFA regulations. Volunteers will assist the UEFA match manager with the organisation and running of each match, including the official training sessions the day before the match. They will help to set up the dressing rooms, competition areas and match material. Volunteers will also take on various administrative tasks, preparing for and if appropriate, attending meetings. MEDIA SERVICES AND OPERATIONS The media services and operations project (MOPS) is responsible for the planning and delivery of facilities and services for the 3,000+ local and international media representatives who are expected to be accredited for UEFA EURO 2020. The main elements of the project are as follows. Apply now on

15 days ago

Steps Administrator

Engineers IrelandSouth Dublin, DublinVolunteer

We are seeking an enthusiastic, energetic person with excellent organisation skills to work with Engineers Ireland's education outreach programme, STEPS. The role is for maternity cover for a period of up to one year. The Engineers Ireland STEPS Programme is a non-profit outreach programme that promotes interest and awareness in engineering as a future career to school students through a portfolio of projects. Engineers Ireland is the representative voice of the engineering profession in Ireland with over 25,000 individual members. Engineers Ireland’s STEPS programme is supported by the Department of Education & Skills, Science Foundation Ireland and several engineering employers (ARUP, ESB, Intel and TII). Purpose of Role Reporting to the STEPS Team Leader, you will be responsible for the planning, administration, promotion and evaluation of the STEPS Young Engineers Award programme. The role will also involve supporting Engineering Girl Guides and Brownies Badges, Engineers Week shows, and various programmes designed to promote engineering to young people and their influencers. STEPS Young Engineers Award is a primary school competition that encourages third- and fourth class students and their teachers to explore the world of engineering by developing an engineering project that would help to improve their local community. The STEPS Volunteer programme runs in tandem with the STEPS Young Engineers Award. STEPS recruits, trains and supports volunteer engineers nationwide to act as role models and inspire primary school students. Main Duties and Responsibilities:

27 days ago

Sports Management Paid Graduate Position

Badminton IrelandDublin€23,000 a yearFull-timeTemporary

ESSENTIAL - All Applicants must have graduated with a Masters or Primary Degree in the area of Sport or Physical Activity between January and November 2018 ASPIRE is a graduate employment programme that is being funded by Sport Ireland in 2019. This programme has been approved by the Government with support from the Dormant Accounts Fund. The aim of this programme is to enable a number of recently qualified sport and physical activity graduates to gain relevant experience working in the sports sector and to develop relevant skills and knowledge. The successful graduate will receive a 7- month contract and will work directly for Badminton Ireland. Badminton Ireland are responsible for the recruitment and selection of the graduate. The role of the ASPIRE Graduate will be to support and coordinate programmes and projects in liaison with the organisation’s business departments/units, stakeholders and volunteers. The successful individual will perform a wide range of administrative duties to support the organisation. This placement offers the successful graduate a significant opportunity to gain relevant experience and to potentially advance their career in the sports sector. Previous experience in a similar role is not required. Essential Requirements : The graduate must: * Have graduated with a Masters or Primary Degree in the area of Sport or Physical Activity between January and November 2018. * Be currently unemployed i.e. not in current employment. * Be available for the 7 month contract duration. * Be eligible to work in Ireland on a full-time basis. Desired Requirements : * Excellent Word, PowerPoint and Excel skills * Flexibility and desire to take on any task to ‘make it happen’ * Passion, or the willingness to become immersed in work * The ability to set priorities and meet deadlines * Volunteer experience within sport * Strong communication skills * Passion for sport * Excellent written English Skills More information can be found here - Job Types: Full-time, Temporary, Contract Salary: €23,000.00 /year Education:

7 days ago

Operation Administrator

Irish Heart FoundationDublinPart-timeVolunteer

The Irish Heart Foundation (IHF) is the national charity dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke. Today in Ireland more than 9,000 people die every year from heart disease and stroke. Against this background we work to bring hope, relief and a better future to families all over Ireland. We support pioneering medical research, campaign for improved patient care, and promote positive public health strategies. We work in communities, schools and workplaces to support, educate and train people to save lives. As a charity we are dependent on the generosity of the public to continue our vital good work. We ask the public to support our work by making a donation, giving of their time to volunteer or by learning the skills needed to save a life through our courses. Over-all Responsibility: The Irish Heart Foundation is seeking a motivated and experienced Administrator. The successful candidate will be responsible for the administration duties involved in the Direct line recruitment team. This is a new role within the foundation created to increase funds raised in support of Irish Heart Foundation. Main Duties: This is a part time role (9am-2pm) The Salary for this Role is €20-30k Pro Rata The above is a guide to the nature of the work required. It is not wholly comprehensive or restrictive. This job description will be reviewed in line with business needs. We will retain all applicants details for up to 18 months after which they will be deleted The closing date for this position is 28 th June 2019 Please send applications to

6 days ago

Business Development Representative


About Us: Want to join a company on the cutting edge of technology and travel? Want to be part of a fantastic and fun company that’s revolutionizing the online travel advertising space? Built on a decade of expertise analyzing the complete traveler path to purchase, Sojern drives travelers from dream to destination. The company delivered $13B in bookings for its clients to date by activating multi-channel branding and performance solutions on the Sojern Traveler Platform. Recognized on the Top Company Cultures list by Entrepreneur Magazine, Sojern is headquartered in San Francisco, with teams based in Dubai, Dublin, Hong Kong, London, Mexico City, New York, Omaha, Paris, Singapore, Sydney, and Istanbul. The Role: You are a driven, self-motivated, and hungry to learn individual, who is looking to build a career in digital advertising. As part of the entry-level Business Development Program, you will have the opportunity to work with small and mid-sized travel businesses that may benefit from Sojern’s media products and solutions in the fast-paced, online, travel-advertising environment. You will play a critical role within the company as a talented hunter that excels at researching, qualifying and prospecting leads. This role is intended to prepare you to grow and succeed in our Inside Sales environment. At Sojern, we value diversity and always treat all employees and job applicants based on merit, qualifications, competence, and talent. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

1 day ago

Volunteer Teacher/youth Worker

Cork Life CentreCorkVolunteer

Job Description Could you teach vulnerable early school leavers Junior/Leaving Cert subjects on a 1:1 basis? Are you good at building positive relationships and motivating people? Do you have interest in Teaching, Counselling, Youth & Community Work or Social Work? The Cork Life Centre is an alternative centre of education supporting 12-18 years old who have not thrived in mainstream school setting. We are now recruiting Volunteers to teach for the new school year Sept 2019 to May 2020. Come Join our Team! Email your CV or call for further information. Roles & Commitment Required Teaching Day Students Mon to Thurs, 9.30-2.30 / Fri, 9.30-1.00 Min Commit 2 days per week for full School Calendar 2019/2020 Teaching Afternoon Students Mon to Thurs, 2.30-5.30 / Fri, not applicable Min Commit 1 day per week for full School Calendar 2019/2020 About Us - A Voluntary Organisation set up in 2000 to support 12-18 year olds who for multiple reasons have not thrived in the mainstream educational setting- An alternative Centre of education the Life Centre prepares young people for state exams following the National Junior & Leaving Cert Curriculum.- Subjects taught include: English / Irish / French / German / Spanish / Japanese / Geography / History / CSPE / Home Econ / Art / Music / Science / Maths / Business / Woodwork /Construction Studies / Computer Studies- The Centre supports student's holistic needs through 1:1 tuition, counselling & outreach work. - At the Centre, students learn vital social & life skills; develop positive trusting relationships with peers and staff; build resilience, confidence & self-belief- Our environment is ‘home like’ open & accepting, our relationships are based on mutual respect, our aim to encourage students’ to reach their full potential Attributes & Skills Required for Volunteer Teacher Role - Experience or interest in Teaching, Counselling, Youth & Community Work or Social Work.- Ability/skills to teach subjects to Junior Certification level on a 1:1 basis. - Be caring, enthusiastic and non-judgemental in their approach to people.- Have the ability to build relationships and motivate vulnerable young people.- Be committed to fulfilling our minimum availability requirement - Applicants must have a high level of English Screening Details for Volunteer Teacher Role - Application Form- Informal Interview- Reference Checks- Complete Irish Garda Vetting and if lived overseas must provide Police Vetting from that country. Life Centre provides Volunteer Teachers - Induction Programme- On going Support / Advice / Recognition/ Supervision and mentoring- In house and externally Certificated Training Opportunities- Our Volunteers gain substantial and invaluable work experience to develop their Careers Job Type: Contract Application QuestionsYou have requested that Indeed ask candidates the following questions:

5 days ago
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