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Sales Executives

The Directory GuysNationwide

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!

8 days agoFull-timeRemote

Trainee/Qualified Financial Sales Consultants

UR Insurances (Europe)LtdNationwide€30,000 - €35,000 per year

Actual Insurances is one of Ireland’s largest financial services brokerages, with offices nationwide and a staff of 50 people. We specialise in life, pensions, and health insurance. We have recently launched a personal lines general insurance division which will focus on car and home insurance as well as travel, dental and commercial insurance. An employee with Actual Insurances receives a unique experience in gaining knowledge in the financial services and general insurance sides of the industry. We have ambitious growth plans for 2023 and therefore We are looking to add to our team, with roles for Trainee/Qualified Financial Sales Consultants. Requirements: Click Apply Now to submit your application today!

23 days agoFull-timeHybrid

Mystery Shoppers

Customer Perceptions LtdNationwide

🛑IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE A RESPONSE WITHIN 4 WORKING DAYS OF SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION PLEASE DOUBLE-CHECK YOUR SPAM OR JUNK FOLDER  🛑 Looking to earn an extra income? Would you like to earn cash while you shop? Customer Perceptions are recruiting Mystery Shoppers across Ireland. Flexible working hours are available to suit your needs. All you need is: ✅Good observational skills ✅The ability to recognise outstanding customer service ✅ A strong grasp of written and spoken English Click Apply Now to submit your application today! Don't have a current CV? No worries - Just click Apply Now and upload your letter of introduction through the cv section.

27 days agoPart-time

Head Of Teaching And Learning Centre Vacancy Id

South East Technological University (SETU)Carlow

For full job description and details on how to apply: https://www.setu.ie/carlow-vacancies Closing date: 09/02/2023 Please note that this advertisement is being hosted by the Public Appointments Service on publicjobs.ie. The Public Appointments Service has no involvement in, or responsibility for, the recruitment and selection process or the terms and conditions which relate to this post.

12 hours ago

Finance Manager

BEAM ServicesBagenalstown, County Carlow

Purpose of the Role Reporting to the General Services Manager, the Finance Manager will be responsible for the overall control of the financial activities of the organisation. They will also be responsible for the implementation and evaluation of internal control processes to ensure the financial activities are appropriately recorded and disseminated to relevant bodies and individuals. They will ensure the Auditors requirements are met and their recommendations implemented as a priority. They will oversee the development and documenting of procedures for all financial and accounting activities. Duties & Responsibilities The Finance Manager will be responsible for; ·       Wage payments and administration ensuring all the necessary reports and returns are reported accurately and timely and working with the HR Manager on the Time Management System (TMS) to reach the position of full integration into the MicroPay software programme. ·       The preparation of monthly financial reports to deadlines. ·       Producing accounts and presenting quarterly management accounts to the Board, reporting on the Company’s financial position vis a vis budget figures and variances. ·       Preparing Funding Agreement Schedules for Annual Service Level Arrangements & Finance Matrix’s for funding when required for submission to the HSE. ·       Dealing appropriately with enquiries from funding bodies, Government Departments, staff, and authorised personnel on financial, tax and revenue matters. ·       The preparation of budgets and to ensuring they are agreed prior to commencement of the accounting period. ·       The continuous monitoring and reporting of budget variances and making recommendations for corrective action. ·       Overseeing that appropriate returns are made to Revenue. ·       Making annual returns to the Companies Registration Office for the Holding Company, (Note the returns for the Operating Company are made by the Company auditors.) ·       Ensuring that backup copies of all electronic data pertaining to finances and financial management are updated on a weekly basis and stored in a safe area separate from the accounts office. ·       The administration of the Company Sick Pay Scheme and the Company pensions scheme to ensure that pertinent information is disseminated to relevant bodies and parties. ·       Ensuring adequate insurance cover is maintained at all times. ·       The maintenance of the Fixed Asset Register to ensure this is updated as necessary and reviewed annually. ·       Management of the Residents and Day Service Users Finance Contributions & Invoicing process 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 to him/her from time to time and to contribute to the development of the post .   Qualifications, Skills & Experience Education ·       Qualified Finance Manager (ACA) and/or a relevant Business Qualification Experience ·       Minimum three years’ accounting experience  ·       Experience working for a non-profit organisation in the Community & Voluntary Sector and or the Disability Sector is desirable. ·       Knowledge of all areas of compliance, (Accounts, Audit, Company secretarial, Taxation). ·       A strong knowledge of payroll, Purchase Order Systems & Accounts Payable. ·       An excellent knowledge of GDPR guidelines as they pertain to this post. Skills ·       Excellent communication and time management skills. ·       Strong analytical skills and technical knowledge. ·       Computer literacy and strong excel skills essential. ·       An ability to work independently using their own initiative & also to work as part of a team. ·       The successful candidate should be flexible and have experience with rapid and complex changing work environments. Personal Specification: A strong commitment to caring and an empathetic understanding of those with an intellectual disability are essential attributes for this role. The successful candidate should possess excellent people skills, be flexible and have experience with rapid and complex changing work environments. Professional Expectation The Finance Manager will be expected to keep abreast of current developments and best practice in the area of accounting, financial management, and cost controls. In this respect you may from time to time be required to attend appropriate courses and seminars. The Finance Manager must be aware of ethical policies and procedures which pertain to the sector including: ·       National and Beam Services agreed Policies and Codes of Good Practice. ·       New Directions ·       Safeguarding Vulnerable Persons at Risk of Abuse. ·       Confidentiality Guidelines. ·       Data Protection Guidelines (GDPR). ·       Equal Opportunity Principles. ·       Health & Safety requirements in compliance with Beam Services instructions. ·       Be fully familiar with fire precautions and fire drills. ·       Notification of accidents, incidents, and other reportable events.

19 hours agoPart-time

Day Service Senior Supervisor

Delta CentreCarlow

Purpose of the Post To promote and support independent living and community integration. To facilitate in the educational, developmental, recreational and occupational programmes and activities of the service, as appropriate. Programmes will be designed to match the Learner’s needs and capabilities while allowing him/her to develop his/her full potential and will be implemented at an appropriate time and setting to give maximum support to the learner. The Supervisor/ Facilitator is responsible to provide day-to-day personal care and support for the learners of Delta Centre. They must have the desire and the belief that the person with an intellectual disability has something unique, equal and important to offer society. In co-operation with Management, they will be responsible for ensuring that the person/s we support have good, high quality, safe, meaningful and inclusive lives. The position requires a high degree of understanding and commitment to the individual Learner and to Delta services. The prime consideration at all times must be the interests and well-being of the individuals availing of our services. Principle Duties & Responsibilities ·       To facilitate and implement person centered programs to meet the needs of service users as identified through person centred planning, maintain the required records and to support the staff they supervise to do the same. ·       Ensure BSPS, support plans, risk assessments and all other standard documentation is in place and regularly reviewed for each client. ·       Review and provide final sign off for all regular reports for each service user. ·       Lead relevant meetings including care planning meetings, PCP meetings, care review meetings, team meetings, individual review and planning meetings and follow up on actions. ·        Manage your team to ensure each individual performs to the best of their abilities. This includes supervision, training, mentoring, coaching, identifying opportunities for progression, delivering performance reviews and supporting the team as necessary. ·       Ensure adequate staffing is provided at all times. ·       Deliver supervision to your team in a timely fashion and in line with our standards. ·       Provide detailed induction to all new team members. ·       Participate actively in recruitment ensuring compliance requirements are met and that new employees are a good fit for the team. ·       Manage any grievances in a timely manner, requesting support from HR as needed. ·       Respond to queries re standard terms (annual leave, sick leave etc.) with support from the day service manager. ·       Manage absences, maintaining absence records, communicating sick leave to all stakeholders and conducting return to work interviews if needed. ·       Ensure your team complete all required training in line with compliance deadlines. ·       To actively support individuals to seek new interests and opportunities for people to develop meaningful roles in their communities. ·       To carry out daily duties such as health and safety checks, making telephone calls, updating records, canteen and general supervision, facilitating activities and programmes and any other reasonable duties as deemed appropriate by the Services Manager. ·       To work as part of a team ensuring good communication within the team and with external agencies and families and maintaining the relevant records. ·       To observe all rules and regulations of Delta Centre services ensuring that all relevant Delta Centre administrative rules, regulations, policies and procedures are adhered to at all times. ·       To promote and support independence and community integration in your approach with the service user group, including liaising with key community-based personnel in pursuit of accessible community activities in accordance with the Learner’s choices and aspirations. ·       To ensure all interaction with the Learner is approached in a professional manner and with dignity and respect and to report any concerns to the Service Manager as appropriate. ·       A commitment to living the organizational values of Teamwork, Dignity, Justice, Advocacy and Quality. ·       As the duties and responsibilities of any post in the Services are likely to change with the ongoing needs of the Service, staff are expected to have a willingness and an ability to develop new approaches to their work. ·       A high level of flexibility will be required around hours worked as the 40-hour week may be spread over Monday to Saturday 9am to 9pm. This is not an exhaustive list of duties and is subject to review on a regular basis . Health Safety and Hygiene ·       Be conscious of Health & Safety matters in the workplace and to comply with employees’ obligations as set out under Section 2 of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act, 2005. ·       Have a working knowledge of Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) Standards as they apply to the role for example, Standards for Healthcare, National Standards for the Prevention and Control of Healthcare Associated Infections, Hygiene Standards etc. and comply with associated HSE protocols for implementing and maintaining these standards as appropriate to the role. ·       Ensure that the procedures set out in the Safety Statement are implemented always. ·       To promote safety in all environments for Learners and Employees in line with the Delta Services Health and Safety Statement. ·       Adhere to local authority fire safety and other standards specified by regulations and be familiar with and practice fire drill procedures within places of work, i.e., fire detection, evacuation and firefighting, PEEP’s. ·       Report all accidents, incidents and near misses immediately as they occur to your line manager - as per policy and in line with agreed protocols. ·       To be aware of protocols in case of emergency situations, for example, hospital admissions. ·       To comply with health and safety legislation and be proactive in maintaining highest standards of safety, hygiene and good housekeeping within the service. To ensure the safe transportation of clients when using transport, by adhering to the use of all safety equipment, as appropriate. Communication & Teamwork ·       Provide support to the team and focus on forging effective working relationships. ·       Develop and contribute to good working relationships in the Organisation and with all other relevant personnel. ·       Within Delta Services, there is a strong emphasis on teamwork, and it is therefore essential to foster good working relationships with all members of the team. Specialist Knowledge All duties must be carried out to comply with: ·       Statutory legislation in particular but not exclusively the Health Act 2007 ·       National and Delta Centre agreed Policies and Codes of Good Practice, including Safeguarding Vulnerable Persons at Risk of Abuse, Delta Centre Medication Policy ·       Notification of accidents and other Health and Safety requirements in compliance with Delta Centre instructions ·       Fire precautions ·       Equal Opportunity principles ·       Health and Safety Personal Profile Qualifications Personal Development Education and Training: You will: ·       Participate in mandatory training programmes. ·       Participate in continuing professional development including in-service training, attending and presenting at conferences / courses relevant to practice. Other Information This Job Description for the role of Day Service Supervisor indicates the main functions and responsibilities of the post and is subject to review and amendment in the light of changing circumstances. As determined from time-to-time other duties and responsibilities may be required.

20 hours agoFull-time

General Manager

The HSENationwide€77,076 - €95,875 per year

Details of Service The National Integrated Staff Records & Pay Programme (NiSRP) encompasses a number of interdependent and interlinked projects:   Skills, competencies and/or knowledge Professional Knowledge & Experience: ·        Have a clear understanding of the goals and objectives of the NiSRP Programme ·        Have an in-depth and up to date experience and knowledge of project management principles, methodologies and tools ·        Knowledge of the issues, developments and current thinking on best practice in relation to project management. ·        An understanding of the challenges of leading a complex change project with significant technology, process, clinical change, interdependencies and HR challenges ·        Have an in-depth and up to date experience and knowledge of change management principles, methodologies and tools ·        Problem solving and root cause identification skills; ·        Experience with large-scale organisation change efforts. ·        Experience with large scale systems implementation projects ·        Experience of writing reports and project updates ·        An understanding of Irish health services and HSE reform Leadership & Delivery of Change ·        A track record as an effective leader who has led, organised and motivated staff in times of rapid change in a challenging environment ·        Remain fully informed in a dynamic and challenging environment, while at the same time having a clear view of what changes are required in order to achieve immediate and long-term Programme objectives; ·        Continually strives to improve change delivery, to create a work environment that encourages creative thinking and to maintain focus, intensity and persistence even under increasingly complex and demanding conditions. Working With & Through Others - Influencing to Achieve ·        A track record of building and maintaining key internal and external relationships in furtherance of organisational goals ·        Demonstrates the ability to work independently as well as work with a wider multidisciplinary / multi-agency team in a complex and changing environment; ·        Is persuasive and effectively sells the vision; commands attention and inspires confidence; ·        Sets high standards for the team and puts their work and the work of the organisation into meaningful context; ·        Is committed to working co-operatively with and influencing senior management colleagues to drive forward the health service improvement agenda; Critical Analysis, Problem Solving & Decision Making ·        Places strong emphasis on achieving high standards of excellence ·        Commits a high degree of energy to well directed activities and looks for and seizes opportunities that are beneficial to achieving organisation goals; ·        Perseveres and sees tasks through; ·        Champions measurement on delivery of results and is willing to take personal responsibility to initiate activities and drive objectives through to a conclusion. ·        Has the ability to rapidly assimilate and analyse complex information; considers the impact of decisions before taking action; anticipates problems; ·        Recognises when to involve other parties at the appropriate time and level; ·        Makes timely decisions and stands by those decisions as required. ·        The ability to think strategically, with strong analytical and judgement skills ·        The ability to look critically at issues to see how things can be done better. ·        Adequately identifies, manages and reports on risk within area of responsibility. Communication & Interpersonal Skills ·        Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with an ability to engage effectively with a wide range of stakeholders ·        The ability to present information clearly, concisely and confidently when speaking and in writing tailoring to meet the needs of the audience ·        The ability to build and maintain relationships with colleagues and other stakeholders to assist in performing the role ·        Excellent influencing and negotiation skills. ·        Strong written communication skills Personal Commitment and Motivation ·        Is personally committed and motivated for the complex role. ·        Demonstrates a strong willingness and ability to operate in the flexible manner that is essential for the effective delivery of the role ·        Strong capability to manage competing demands without a diminution in performance ·        A core belief in and passion for the sustainable delivery of high-quality customer / user centred focused services ·        A commitment to continuing professional development The Salary scale for the post is: 01/10/22  €77,076, €79,024, €82,107, €85,213, €88,294, €91,383, €95,875 per year

21 hours agoFull-time

Director Of Public Health Nursing, Assistant, Older Persons Home Support Services

HSE South East Community HealthcareCarlow

Application Form only - CV's will NOT be accepted. Location of Post: South East Community Healthcare (SECH) Covering the counties of Carlow, Kilkenny, South Tipperary, Waterford and Wexford. There is currently 4 permanent whole time vacancies available in South Tipperary, Carlow/Kilkenny, Waterford and Wexford. The successful candidates may be required to work in any service area within the vicinity as the need arises. A panel may be formed as a result of this campaign for Director of Public Nursing, Assistant - Older Persons Home Support Services from which current and future, permanent and specified purpose vacancies of full or part-time duration may be filled across Carlow / Kilkenny, South Tipperary, Waterford or Wexford Community Services. Details of Service: The Home Support Service is funded by government to deliver a volume of service each year as approved in the HSE National Service Plan. It is a non-statutory service and access to the current service is based on assessment of the person’s needs by the HSE and having regard to the available resources and the competing demands for the services from those people with assessed needs. Home Support is a key service within the Irish healthcare system providing home support to on average 6,442 service users per month in SECH in 2022. In line with DoH Policy and direction, the HSE will work with the DoH to roll out a reformed model of service delivery to inform the development of a Statutory Home Support Scheme for the financing and regulation of home support services which will change the future model of service delivery in Ireland and how we provide home support to adults (18 years and over), and will progress to encompass direct service provision where applicable. The successful implementation of the multi-annual programme of work will see the establishment of the Statutory Home Support Scheme in 2023. Purpose of Post: The purpose of the ADPHN post is: · To provide clinical Supervision to HCSA Staff. · To provide welfare checks on clients, complete audits and reports as deemed necessary by Director of Nursing following these checks. · To develop Clinical Policies and standards for Home Support Services in line with future regulation and to enhance outcomes for Home Support Clients. · To work collaboratively with other members of the Home Support Team. · To be available to other members of the Home Support Team in an advisory and mentoring capacity. · To provide clinical input to Home Support Improvement Project (SECH). · To assist with the Allocation of Services process to clients within the Home Support Services. · Assist with the prioritisation process of high risk clients and their care needs in Home Support Services. · To prepare work documents which may include checklists and other forms for reporting audit findings, records of meetings etc. · To establish and communicate a Community Healthcare Organisation (CHO) wide shared vision and purpose for Quality Improvement in Home Support, set direction and create commitment. · To develop and maintain a network of co-operative relationships at CHO level. · To comprehensively analyse data and information. · To assist DON and other officers of Home Support Services on the compilation of reports both written and oral with conclusions, implications and recommendations. · To lead on the completion of tasks and activities required by the post. · To assist the Home Support Service on the provision of reports as required in formats as determined by Chief Officer / other Senior Managers and as determined by the National Home Support Quality Improvement Group. · To support HSRM and HCSA Staff in the implementation of best practice and quality standards in the provision of Home Support Services. · To encompass direct service provision, where applicable. · Flexibility as the service expands to the Statutory Home Support Scheme which will include adults > 18 years.

1 day agoPart-timePermanent

Merchandiser & Fitting Representative

FMICarlow

YOUR MISSION What we will provide: What you will be doing: The role is to do store refits and store upgrades on behalf of our partner Tirlan. These are variety stores and centres Merchandise FMCG products for maximum visibility in store Stock rotation and stock orders daily (may involve some heavy lifting) Optimize the replenishment of stock on display units and sections Liaise with field supervisors, store managers, and sales representatives Prompt and accurate reporting on all store visits Record relevant sales and merchandiser requirements, competitor activity and provide feedback in a timely manner Maintain and grow planogram space where possible Ensure all products have correct SEL placed in front of the product Merchandise all promotional ends and ensure correct pricing is in place Capture before and after photographs Liaise with store manager prior to leaving ensure they are happy with work completed Build strong relationships with all parties to work together as a team To support all product launches and promotions across all serviced brands Full merchandising training provided onsite Manual handling training is provided online YOUR PROFILE Requirements: Car & full clean driving licence Familiar with technology Fully Flexible Good Interpersonal & Communication Skills Good Organisational Skills Some merchandising or retail experience is preferable but not essential Excellent communications skills Proficient in English (verbal) Hardworking, polite and professional Good attention to detail Flexible with working days and hours

1 day agoFull-time

Clinical Nurse Specialist, Suicide Crisis Assessment Supplementary Campaign

HSE South East Community HealthcareCarlow

Application Form only - CV's will NOT be accepted. Location of Post: South East Community Healthcare (SECH) Covering the counties of Carlow, Kilkenny, South Tipperary, Waterford and Wexford. There is currently 1 permanent whole time vacancy available in Carlow Mental Health Services. The successful candidates may be required to work in any service area within the vicinity as the need arises. Please note that there are existing panels in place for Clinical Nurse Specialist – Suicide Crisis Assessment Nurse (SCAN) for South East Community Healthcare. The existing panel will take precedence over the supplementary panel created through this campaign for any future posts that arise. A panel may be formed as a result of this campaign for Clinical Nurse Specialist - Suicide Crisis Assessment Nurse (SCAN) Supplementary Campaign from which current and future, permanent and specified purpose vacancies of full or part-time duration may be filled across Carlow / Kilkenny, South Tipperary, Waterford or Wexford Community Services. Details of Service: The Suicide Crisis Assessment Nurse (SCAN) was introduced to Ireland in 2007 as a distinct response to persons experiencing a suicidal crisis who contact Primary Care services. The service is in place in eight services in the country, covering 20% of the population. SCAN service evaluations reported in 2012 and 2019 concluded that SCAN is perceived as a valuable, accessible and timely service by GPs, consultant psychiatrists and service users. As a separate initiative, The National Clinical Programme for Self Harm and Suicide Related Ideation (NCPSHI) has been running since 2014, currently in 25 EDs with 24-hour service. The NCPSHI involves a clinical nurse specialist (CNS) or psychiatry NCHD to support individuals who present to an ED following self-harm or with suicidal ideation. The Updated NCPSHI Model of Care 2022 provides for the extension of the NCPSHI service into primary care, for people presenting to their GP in suicidal crisis who do not require to be seen in an ED setting for medical reasons. This involves the incorporation of the SCAN service into the NCPSHI and its development in local areas in all parts of Ireland. The role of the SCAN service is to provide assessment and support to GP patients who have suicide-related thoughts, who do not have an acute mental illness requiring immediate input from a secondary mental health team and are not at immediate risk of suicide. Within the SCAN service, all patients remain in primary care and if a SCAN and / or the GP deem that a referral to a CMHT is required, the normal referral process by a GP to the CMHT will be followed. SCAN practitioners will be funded, recruited and managed by the mental health services and employed at either Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) or Advanced Nurse Practitioner (ANP) grades. Purpose of Post: The purpose of this Clinical Nurse Specialist Suicide Crisis Assessment post is to: Deliver care in line with the five core concepts of the role set out in the Framework for the Establishment of Clinical Nurse Specialist Posts, 4thedition, National Council for the Professional Development of Nursing and Midwifery (NCNM) 2008. SCAN CNS will also follow a Model of Care that aligns with the four components of the NCPSHI: a compassionate, empathic response for people who have self-harmed or are suicidal; an expert biopsychosocial assessment, including a written emergency care plan; family involvement where possible, and follow-up and linkage to next appropriate care (SCAN 2022). SCAN CNS will complete assessments, develop a collaborative safety plan with the patient and a family member or supportive adult, and provide a follow-up phone call and linkage to the next appropriate care. All current SCAN and equivalent practitioners will be supported as staff implementing the NCPSHI. SCAN practitioners will be required to implement the NCPSHI, and attend required training and education events organised by NCPSHI. Data will be collated on all presentations to SCAN services, and submitted to the NCP office on a monthly basis. The NCPSHI office will review the practice, supervision and work practices of all SCAN practitioners, and support the practitioner and the service in fully implementing the NCPSHI. Key to effective working between GPs and the SCAN service and between GPs and secondary mental health services is effective and timely communication. There will be a requirement to work collaboratively to develop pathways of care along with referral procedures with other statutory and voluntary agencies within the community / locality. Caseload

2 days agoPart-timePermanent
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