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6 days agoFull-timeTemporary

Air Corps Air Traffic Controller Cadetships 2024

The Defence ForcesNationwide€22,630 - €35,157 per year

1. GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS To qualify for the award of a Cadetship, a candidate shall: a. at the time of application be- (i) a citizen of the State, or be any other person who has a lawful entitlement to reside and work within the State for the period of enlistment required for the course of training as a cadet and, if subsequently commissioned as an officer, for the additional period of time that is required for the purpose of any such appointment. (ii) Be of good character and satisfy any security clearance requirement. b. Be 18 years of age or above and under 39 years of age on 23rd of June 2024. Where a candidate at the time of application, has not reached 18 years of age, the prior consent of the candidate’s parents or guardian, or other person in loco parentis, will be required. 2. MINIMUM EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS a. AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL OFFICER CADETSHIPS (AIR CORPS) School Leaver/Non-Graduate Candidates Must possess a minimum of Grade H5 in 3 Higher Level papers, and, Grade O6 in 3 Ordinary level papers or Grade H7 in 3 Higher level papers. Candidates must have obtained these grades in a single sitting of the Leaving Certificate examination for CAO computation purposes. AND A candidate’s educational qualifications must include a minimum of: (i) Grade O3 in Mathematics in an Ordinary Level paper or Grade H6 in a Higher Level Paper and Grade 06 at Ordinary Level or H7 at Higher level in the following subjects: (ii) Irish. NUI matriculation exemptions apply. (iii) English. Candidates whose first language is not English must satisfy the English language requirements in accordance with NUI Matriculations Regulations. Subject to meeting the criteria to have obtained a minimum of Grade H5 in 3 Higher Level papers and Grade O6 in 3 Ordinary level papers or Grade H7 in 3 Higher level papers, a candidate may use the results of another sitting of the Leaving Certificate for the minimum educational requirements in (i) to (iii) above. Graduate Candidates must have successfully completed a Bachelor Degree programme at Level 8 of the National Framework of Qualifications. PLEASE NOTE: • Leaving Certificate Applied does not qualify for the Cadetship competitions. • Where applicable, applications for Cadetships are invited from persons who have applied to sit for examinations in the competition year, which would enable them to satisfy the Minimum Educational Qualifications criteria, as specified above. Original documentary evidence that a candidate meets the minimum educational qualifications, as outlined above, must be presented to the relevant Interview Board Secretary. Applicants will be notified of a date via email when this evidence must be provided by. • Candidates must provide documentary proof from the National University of Ireland, at Stage 1 of the selection procedure, for any educational exemptions. Further information is available on www.nui.ie • In order to be eligible to apply for a Cadetship, holders of European and International qualifications must satisfy the Matriculation Registration requirements as outlined in the current “NUI Matriculation Regulations available on www.nui.ie • The equivalent grades required for those candidates who sat the Leaving Certificate Examination prior to 2017 can be found at Annex E. 3. MEDICAL AND PHYSICAL STANDARDS Candidates must be in good mental and bodily health and free from any physical defect, abnormality, physiological condition or history of serious illness likely to interfere with the efficient performance of their duties. Air Traffic Control candidates are required to pass an Initial Class 3 aero-medical examination, the medical requirements for which are set out in Annex IV (Part ATCO.MED) of Regulation (EU) 2015/340. In addition, the following are the minimum physical requirements: a. Height A candidates’ height will be determined at the Medical Examination – see Para. 8. Weight and chest measurements must be in keeping with height and age. Min. height: 157.48cm. Note: BMI will be determined at Stage 2, the Assessment Phase of the competition b. Vision Colour vision must be normal. Both eyes must be free from disfiguring or incapacitating abnormality and free from acute or chronic disease. There must be no evidence of squint or latent squint. The eligibility of applicants who have had previous incisional or laser treatment to correct visual acuity will be determined at the Medical Examination. Please see Annex C for further information. Vision with or without optical correction, shall be 6/9 or better in each eye separately, and visual acuity with both eyes shall be 6/6 or better. c. Dental Candidates must be free from any serious periodontal disease and possess teeth to a specific standard, which is not less than the equivalent of eleven over eleven natural teeth functionally opposed. In certain circumstances, artificial teeth may be acceptable. d. Hearing A good standard of unaided hearing is essential. Candidates will be required to undergo an audiometric test at which: i. The sum of the hearing threshold at 1,2,3, 4 and 6 kHz should not exceed the age and gender related warning levels contained in the "Guidelines on Hearing Checks and Audiometry Regulations 2007", issued by the Health and Safety Authority. ii. Candidates under 25 years of age must be able to hear all measured pure tones up to and including 8 kHz at 20dB in each ear. Candidates aged 25 and older must be able to hear all measured pure tones up to and including 8 kHz at 25dB in each ear. Candidates must also be free from acute or chronic ear disorders. Candidates are advised to avoid all sources of loud noise or music for a period of 48 hours prior to this audiometric test, as exposure to such noise may adversely affect the results of the test. N.B. Candidates must satisfy the appropriate medical and physical standards and requirements as outlined above in order to remain in the Competition. In addition, successful Candidates will be required to undertake compulsory random drug testing throughout their career in the Defence Forces in accordance with Defence Force Regulation A7. 4. APPLICATION FOR CADETSHIP Candidates must apply online to www.military.ie Candidates wishing to undertake the assessments through Irish must make this request known to the Defence Forces Recruitment Section at recruitment@defenceforces.ie All correspondence with candidates will be done by e-mail for the duration of the competition. Candidates should ensure the e-mail address given is accurate and correct. Each application is acknowledged automatically by the system within 24 hours. If an acknowledgement is not received within 48 hours of applying, candidates should immediately contact the Defence Forces Recruitment Section at 045 492553 or at recruitment@defenceforces.ie Likewise, if an applicant’s email address should change, the onus is on the applicant to make contact with the Defence Forces Recruitment Section immediately advising them of the change of email. Serving members of the PDF will be required to include their Service Number on the application form. All Candidates who are invited to attend for the Assessment Phase of the competition, as outlined under Selection Procedure below, will be required to bring valid identification, i.e. Passport or Driving Licence as proof of identity. In addition, graduate candidates and candidates who have sat their Leaving Certificate examination prior to 2024 will be required to bring original documentary evidence that they meet the minimum educational qualifications, as outlined above. Candidates called to Stage 4 - the Interview - will be required to bring their long form Birth Certificate (Photocopies are not acceptable). 5. SELECTION PROCEDURE - AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL OFFICER CADETSHIPS (AIR CORPS) The following competencies have been identified as being essential for an Air Corps (Air Traffic Controller) Cadet. These competencies will be assessed throughout the various stages of the competition. Competency What the candidate will have to display Planning and Organising The ability to plan, prioritise and organise people and other resources. Decision Making and Problem Solving An ability to carefully analyse problems, in order to generate appropriate solutions. A preparedness to stand by a decision and to accept responsibility for its consequences. Information Handling The aptitude for absorbing information; to be able to identify relevant information. Working with Others An aptitude for working within a team environment; to be supportive of others. Communication Clear, concise and effective communication skills. Leadership and Supervising The ability and motivation to take responsibility for others; to co-ordinate and to delegate to others. Personal Motivation and Discipline A commitment to the Air Corps as a career. An ability to act on own initiative. High Stress Tolerance The ability to think and act under pressure, to be emotionally stable. Resilience Calmness when faced with conflicting demands and when working under pressure. Physical Capacity To meet the standards set for the Air Corps Cadet. Technical Aptitude The ability to absorb technical knowledge, a preference for the technical sphere of career development. Maturity Common sense for his/her age, the social maturity to sustain studies and absence from home. Candidates, if selected, will be required to attend for the various stages of the selection procedure on the dates and times as notified by email. Candidates who fail to attend for any stage of the selection procedure will be disqualified from participation in any further stages of that competition. Stage 1 – Online Psychometric Testing Stage 1 of the selection procedure for Air Corps (Air Traffic Controller) Cadetship candidates involves tests that measure a range of skills and qualities that are necessary in the job. These tests provide a consistent and suitable way of screening candidates at the initial stage of the selection campaign. These tests are designed to identify the most suitable people to go forward to the next stage of the Cadetship Competition. The tests have been designed so that they are fair to all applicants and are objectively scored. Candidates will be required to complete an unsupervised psychometric test. Candidates will be supplied with psychometric test familiarisation material in order to introduce them to the format of the tests. Candidates will be required to complete the unsupervised online psychometric test within the timeframe specified by the Defence Forces. Candidates should pay particular attention to ensuring that the contact details specified on their application are correct. Candidates, who have attained the requisite score in the unsupervised online psychometric test at Stage 1, may be required to attend for a subsequent supervised psychometric test during Stage 2. Note: If a candidate fails to meet the minimum standard at a Stage, they will not be permitted to proceed to the next stage of the competition. Stage 2 – Military And Air Traffic Controller Assessments Air Corps (Air Traffic Controller) Cadetship candidates who have attained the requisite score at Stage 1 of the competition, will be required to attend for Military and Air Traffic Controller Assessments as part of the Competition. The Military Assessment will consist of the following: • Physical Fitness Test: In order to qualify for a Cadetship, candidates will be required to undergo a physical fitness test, which is designed to assess their potential to undergo the rigours of military training. Candidates must attain the minimum standard laid down in order to proceed in the competition (See Annex ‘D’ for details of the test and suggested training programme). Candidates’ weight and height will be determined at this stage. Candidates must conform to the height and weight requirements in order to proceed in the competition. To reiterate, the physical fitness test is a prerequisite, and if a candidate fails the test i.e. receives a Red grading standard, they will not be permitted to proceed to the next stage of the assessment. • Group Assessment: Candidates will be required to participate in a group assessment. The Air Traffic Controller Assessment; The aviation assessment for Air Traffic Controller candidates consists of specific computer-based psychometric tests which are supervised. Candidates will be supplied with test familiarisation material in order to introduce them to the format of the tests. These tests comprise of two parts. Part 1: FEAST Test (First European Air Traffic Controller Selection Test) – duration 2hrs 20mins. The Test Battery consists of a set of tests, which examine a candidate's ability with regard to a number of items including the following: • Heading and Range Test • English Listening and Comprehension • Planning Ability • Sort Task • Alertness in Simple and Multi-Tasking Situations Test • Visualisation Test Part 2: DART Test (Dynamic ATC Radar Test) – duration 2hrs 10mins. Applicants who obtain a sufficiently high standard on the Part 1 FEAST Test are called for Part 2 DART test, to be held later on the same day. The DART Test is a computer based aptitude test, aimed at measuring your multi-tasking abilities. The test will require you to perform a number of different tasks at the same time like in the job of an Air Traffic Controller. The test is designed for beginners with no background in ATC. Candidates who achieve a sufficiently high standard in the Part 2 DART Test may be called for a group interview/exercise. Personality Questionnaire All candidates will be required to complete a personality questionnaire during the Stage 2 Aviation Assessment phase, for subsequent psychological review. Realistic Job Preview This will involve candidates interacting with Cadets and/or Officers of the Air Corps. This realistic job preview is not assessed. Note: If a candidate fails to meet the required standards of the Military or Aviation Assessments, they will not be permitted to proceed to the next stage of the competition. Stage 3 – The Interview Successful candidates will be invited to attend a competency based final interview during which they will be required to demonstrate competency in the following areas: • Maturity • Working with Others • Leadership and Supervising • Personal Motivation and Discipline • Planning and Organising • Communication • Resilience • Technical Aptitude • Decision Making and Problem Solving In the competency-based interview, candidates will be asked to give examples from their own experiences of life, school, university, hobbies, work, pastimes, etc., to demonstrate evidence in several of the above areas. Candidates who fail any of the competencies at Final Interview will be deemed unsuccessful in the competition. Feedback is available upon request. All requests for feedback must be received within 3 months of issuance of the individual’s result. 6. BONUS MARKS. Candidates who are members of the Defence Forces and who satisfy the requirements at paragraph 11(a) or 11(b) of these conditions will receive a % bonus mark of the total marks for the final interview. These bonus marks are as follows: Serving NCO in the Permanent Defence Force 8% Serving Private in the Permanent Defence Force 6% Serving Officer or NCO in the Reserve Defence Force 3% Serving Private in the Reserve Defence Force 2% The process of awarding bonus marks may be subject to review in advance of future Cadet Competitions. 7. PROVISIONS FOR CERTAIN MEMBERS OF THE DEFENCE FORCES The following personnel of the Defence Forces will be eligible for the award of additional marks as specified in paragraph 6 of these conditions: a. Members of the Permanent Defence Force who are serving on the date of commencement of interviews by the Final Interview Board. Note: Before entering upon the prescribed course of Cadet training successful candidates who are Non-Commissioned Officers of the Permanent Defence Force will revert to the rank of Private Three Star. b. Members of the Army Reserve or the Naval Service Reserve who have been on the effective strength of their Units from 1 January, of the year previous to the competition year, and who continue to remain on such effective strength up to the date of commencement of interviews by the Final Interview Board, and who have Completed a course(s) of training or instruction amounting to a minimum total period of fourteen days, as prescribed in paragraph 40 of Defence Force Regulations R.5. Note: Successful candidates who are members of the Army Reserve (AR) or Naval Service Reserve (NSR) must, before entering upon the prescribed course of Cadet training, tender the resignation of their commissions if they are Officers or be discharged from the AR or NSR if they are Non-Commissioned personnel. 8. EMPLOYEE VETTING BY AN GARDA SÍOCHÁNA. Candidates who are invited to attend before an Interview Board will be required to complete and sign a Garda Vetting Application Form. This will, pursuant to the Data Protection Act of 2018, authorise An Garda Síochána to furnish to the Military Authorities, a statement that there are no convictions recorded against the candidate or, if applicable, a statement of convictions. 9. MEDICAL AND PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS A panel will be formed from Candidates who are successful at interview. Candidates on this panel will be required to undergo and pass a detailed medical examination, which includes at a minimum: an audiometric test and pulmonary function tests, blood tests, an electrocardiograph, full ophthalmology review and chest X-ray. Candidates who do not pass the medical examination owing to a medical condition that, in the opinion of the Examining Medical Officer, is capable of being remedied by treatment, may be afforded the opportunity of having the condition rectified within one week of their examination at their own expense. Such candidates will be required to submit medical evidence indicating that the condition has been remedied. They may be required to undergo further medical examination, by another Medical Officer. Medical fitness will not be confirmed until the results of all tests are available to the Medical Officer. 10. AWARD OF CADETSHIPS The Minister for Defence, whose decision is final, awards Cadetships to successful candidates. The award of Cadetships will be subject to successful candidates passing a pre-enlistment medical examination that is in addition to the detailed medical examination as outlined at paragraph 8. A candidate who is awarded a Cadetship must report for enlistment at the required time and place. Failure to report for enlistment will result in the Cadetship being forfeited. 11. EXPENSES Candidates, other than a member of the Defence Forces, are liable for all expenses incurred in connection with their participation in the Cadetship competition and on reporting for enlistment. 12. TERMS OF ENLISTMENT Candidates to whom Cadetships have been awarded, except for candidates who are already serving in the Permanent Defence Force, are enlisted as a Private for such periods as are necessary to complete the prescribed course of training. 13. OVERSEAS SERVICE Under the terms of the Defence Amendment Act 2006, all Defence Forces personnel, if selected, are expected to serve overseas from time to time. Officers Pay: Cadets Salary: €22,630 - 35,157 per year

10 hours agoFull-time

Maintenance Administrator

Magna International Inc.Bagenalstown, County Carlow

About the Role Magna International Autolaunch Ireland Ltd., a fast-paced, fast-growing multi-national, automotive division of Magna International requires an experienced Maintenance Administrator to join their expanding operation in Bagenalstown, Co. Carlow. Your preferred qualifications

1 day agoFull-time


Ipsos B&ACarlow

Ipsos B&A Market Research are looking for interviewers to join our panel. We have a number of important and interesting projects including interviewing tourists during the summer at various tourist destinations. We also have other projects where we interview people about their views on various subjects including policing and crime in their area. The position is part time flexible work but you can also work on a full time basis if you wish. You can choose the days you work and how many days you do each week. Full drivers licence and access to a car is essential. We offer competitive rates with expenses and kilometers paid. Application Method Please apply to this vacancy by the following means: Email: ciaran@banda.ie

10 days agoPart-timeFull-time

Garda Reserves

Garda CommissionerNationwide

Introduction An Garda Síochána is the national police service of Ireland with a mission of “Keeping People Safe”. A career as a member of An Garda Síochána is a challenging and exciting one. Directed and controlled by the Garda Commissioner, An Garda Síochána is unique among policing services internationally as a unitary body responsible for the security of the State and the provision of policing services. The two functions are united by an underpinning philosophy: the protection of the individual and the safety of communities. The Garda Reserve is an opportunity for people from all communities to support policing and to give back to their communities. They provide a quality service in supporting proactive policing and represent the partnership between An Garda Síochána and the many communities we serve. The Garda Reserve is a voluntary position within An Garda Síochána. The principal role of a Reserve Garda is to perform policing duties in support of community policing and regular units to make our communities safer. Reserve Gardaí are involved in policing major events, community engagement and in providing operational support to full-time Gardaí. Reflecting the Diversity of Irish Society An Garda Síochána is committed to reflecting the increasing diversity of Irish society within the organisation; not only in gender and ethnicity, but also in sexual orientation, socio-economic, educational and geographical background. We would invite you to consider joining An Garda Síochána as a Reserve Garda. Policing is highly rewarding, and as a Reserve Garda, you can make a difference to the lives of individuals and communities. An Garda Síochána encourages people of all backgrounds and skills to join us. Role Description and Duties of a Garda Reserve The role of the Garda Reserve is to support the work of An Garda Síochána in the provision of a policing service to the community. Reserve Gardaí undertake duties as authorised by the Garda Commissioner and currently includes; • High visibility patrolling • Engagement with communities • Policing of Events • Providing in-station support • Crime Prevention initiatives • Roads Policing initiatives Conditions for Entry to the Garda Reserve Members of the Garda Reserve will serve on a voluntary unpaid basis and not as employees. Entry to the Garda Reserve is governed by the Garda Síochána (Reserve Members) Garda Síochána (Reserve Members) Regulations 2024 (S.I. No. 64 of 2024) To be eligible for selection as a Garda Reserve, an applicant must: (i) be certified by a Registered Medical Practitioner (nominated by the Commissioner after consultation with the Minister) to be in good health, of sound constitution and suited physically and mentally to performing the duties of a member of the service; (ii) be 18 years of age but not yet 60 years of age when commencing the prescribed training; (iii) be a national of a European Union Member State or be a national of a European Economic Area State, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland or the Swiss Confederation or Under the International Protection Act, 2015 and in compliance with the Garda Síochána (Reserve Members) Regulations 2024, be (i) a refugee or a family member of such a person in relation to whom a refugee declaration is in force and continues to be in force for the entire duration of the Garda Reserve Recruit selection and admissions process or (ii) a person granted subsidiary protection or a family member of such a person in relation to whom a subsidiary protection declaration is in force and continues to be in force for the entire duration of the Garda Reserve Recruit selection and admissions process or by the closing date of the advertisement of this competition, have had a period of one year’s continuous residence in the State, and during the eight years immediately preceding that period, have had a total residence in the State amounting to four years. (iv) by the closing date: (a) have obtained an Irish Leaving Certificate with a grade D3 or O6 minimum in five subjects at Ordinary Level*, or (b) hold a minimum of a Level 5 Major award (120 Credits) on the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ), or (c) hold a recognised qualification (at Level 5 or greater), deemed comparable to the above in terms of both level and volume of learning as determined by Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI) AND (d) be proficient in either or both of the following: i) the Irish language ii) the English language *Subjects taken at Foundation Level Leaving Certificate are not considered equivalent for entry to this competition. In certain cases, a Pass in the Applied Leaving Certificate may be deemed equivalent to an Ordinary Leaving Certificate. A H7 grade is also deemed equivalent to an O6 grade. (v) A former member who, on retirement, received an ‘exemplary’, ‘very good’ or ‘good’ discharge from An Garda Síochána is deemed to meet the conditions for entry to the Garda Reserve. How to Apply • Candidates should not confuse registering (Creating a Profile) with submitting an application. Once you have created a Profile you must then access the application form (click on the button “Apply Now” to access the application form which can be found at the end of the job posting page), complete and submit it. Only fully completed applications, submitted by the closing date, will be accepted. Only one application per person is permitted. • Candidates must use their own valid email address. Email addresses from third parties will not be accepted and may invalidate your application. The Public Appointments Service will only communicate application information with the candidate and not with any third party. • It is important that you keep note of your username and password as you will need this information to access your Publicjobs message board. • Should you change your email address or mobile phone number in the course of this recruitment competition, you should login to your Publicjobs account and update your profile as soon as possible. If it becomes necessary to send an email/text message notification to you, this will be sent to the email address/telephone number on your profile. • Interaction with candidates during the selection process will primarily be conducted online. The Public Appointments Service will send most communication through your Publicjobs message board. Check your message board on a regular basis as email notifications of updates/tests issued to your message board may sometimes be filtered into your Junk/Spam email folders (or ‘Promotions’ in the case of Gmail). You are also advised to check all these folders regularly • If invited to interview, the onus is on each applicant to make themselves available on the date(s) specified by the Public Appointments Service. If you do not attend on the specified date/time you will be deemed withdrawn from the competition unless you have notified the Public Appointments Service of a specific reason why you cannot attend and are requesting an alternative date/time. Documentary evidence may be requested before an alternative date/time is considered. • The Public Appointments Service accepts no responsibility for communication not accessed by an applicant. They must ensure that they regularly check their Publicjobs message board and access all communications from the Public Appointments Service. • Once you have submitted your application form, you should return to your Publicjobs account and confirm that it has been successfully submitted via ‘My Applications’. At this point you should consider adding www.publicjobs.ie to your safe senders or contact list within your email account to avoid not receiving emails because a Publicjobs email has been blocked. • The admission of a person to the competition, or invitation to undertake any element of the selection process is not to be taken as implying that the Public Appointments Service or the Garda Commissioner is satisfied that such a person fulfils the requirements. Candidates with Disabilities The Public Appointments Service and An Garda Síochána are committed to equality of opportunity for all candidates. The Public Appointments Service has a key role to play in attracting candidates from all sectors of society, ensuring that routes to career opportunities are accessible to all who are interested. We are committed to equality of opportunity for all candidates. If you have a disability or need reasonable accommodations made during the selection process, we strongly encourage you to share this with us so that we can ensure you get the support you need. Reasonable accommodation in our selection process refers to adjustments and practical changes which would enable a disabled candidate to have an equal opportunity for this competition. Examples of adjustments we provide include the use of assistive technology, extra time, scribes and/or readers or a range of other accommodations. Please be assured that having a disability or requiring adjustments will not impact on your progress in the selection process; you will not be at a disadvantage if you disclose your disability or requirements to us. Any information you disclose will only be used to establish whether reasonable accommodations can be provided in order to assist you to progress in the competition. Your disability and/or adjustments will be kept entirely confidential. Should you be successful, the disclosure of a disability for this stage of the process will not be passed onto the employing organisation unless you request that we do so. If you have indicated on your application/profile that you require reasonable accommodations, please submit a psychologist/medical report to asu@publicjobs.ie. The purpose of the report is to provide Public Appointments Service with information to act as a basis for determining reasonable accommodations, where appropriate. The information within these reports that is useful for us to see includes the outcome of any diagnostic tests conducted by your psychologist/doctor, and their summary of recommendations in relation to your requirements. You may redact (block out) parts of medical reports/psychologist’s reports that you feel are sensitive or unnecessary for the decision to make reasonable adjustments. These reports must be forwarded to the Assessment Services unit by 3pm on 4th July 2024. You should email a scanned copy of the report to asu@publicjobs.ie. If you have previously applied for a competition with the Public Appointments Service and submitted a report, please email asu@publicjobs.ie to confirm that your report is still on file. If you would like to talk about your application or any accommodations that may be of benefit during the recruitment process, please contact our Disability Champion, Amanda Kavanagh, at amanda.kavanagh@publicjobs.ie. For further information on the accessibility of our service please see our Accessibility page. Any requests for reasonable accommodations in respect of those candidates who are successful in the selection process must be made in writing by the candidate to The Appointments Office, Garda Headquarters, Phoenix Park, Dublin 8 or by email to Appointments@Garda.ie. Such applications must be accompanied with supporting medical or appropriate psychological reports. The purpose of the report is to provide An Garda Síochána with information to act as a basis for determining reasonable accommodations where appropriate. Closing Date The closing date and time for receipt of completed applications is 3pm on Thursday 4th July. The onus is on you to ensure that you have correctly submitted a completed application form and self-assessment questionnaire as any requests to submit an application after the closing time/date will not be considered. If you do not receive acknowledgement of receipt of your application within two working days of applying, please check your Junk/Spam folders as email notifications may be filtered into these email folders (or “Promotions” in the case of Gmail). If the acknowledgement is still not received, please email GardaReserve2024@publicjobs.ie including your name, candidate ID and contact details. Candidates should note that support will be available during office hours until the closing date. Location Choice When completing the application form candidates should select one county only as their preferred choice to be allocated to if successful at all stages of the process. While your preferred choice will be noted, allocations will be done strictly on the operational requirements of An Garda Síochána and you may be assigned to a neighbouring county/location. Selection Process Overview The selection process to become a Garda Reserve is designed to identify candidates suitable for the role. The numbers called forward to each stage of selection will be determined from time to time having regard to the location and number of vacancies to be filled. The Public Appointments Service will conduct the initial selection stages (i.e. Stage 1 & Stage 2) on behalf of the Garda Commissioner. Names and details of candidates who are successful and are placed highest on the order of merit following the selection stages conducted by the Public Appointments Service will be forwarded to An Garda Síochána for further consideration (i.e. Stage 3). Neither An Garda Síochána nor the Public Appointments Service will be responsible for refunding any expenses incurred by candidates in relation to the selection process. STAGE 1 On-Line Application form including Self-Assessment Questionnaire To facilitate candidates’ availability and circumstances, Stage 1 of the process, an Application form and Self-Assessment Questionnaire will be conducted on-line. Stage 1 can be completed wherever the candidate has access to a computer/phone/tablet and a reliable internet connection. Candidates will be ranked based on their responses to the Self-Assessment Questionnaire. Those ranked highest will be invited to undertake the next stage of the selection process. The numbers called forward to each stage of selection will be determined from time to time having regard to the location and number of vacancies to be filled. STAGE 2 Applicants invited to attend for Stage 2 – Interview, will be required to provide identification and documentary evidence of age and educational qualifications. Interviews will be held online via the Zoom platform. Familiarisation materials will be sent to all those invited to interview. STAGE 3 – Appointments Process Candidates who are successful in the selection process will go forward for consideration for appointment by An Garda Síochána, in order of merit based on their interview scores. When a candidate enters this stage, they will be contacted by An Garda Síochána to arrange for the completion of the following assessments: • Medical Examination • Vetting Candidates must be found suitable on all of the above grounds in order to be offered a place in the next stage of the recruitment process. Please note that success through to any stage of the selection process is not a guarantee of acceptance as a Garda Reserve Trainee. Further information on each stage of the Appointments process carried out by An Garda Síochána will be provided to all candidates invited to Stage 3 of the selection process. Medical Examination Subject to undergoing a comprehensive screening process by the Public Appointments Service to establish their general suitability, successful applicants shall also be required to undergo a detailed medical examination by a Registered Medical Practitioner nominated by the Commissioner of An Garda Síochána. General requirements are as follows: • A good standard of general mental and physical health (full disclosure of medical history is necessary and shall be reviewed as part of the medical examination) • Weight within normal (non-underweight and non-obese) limits (ideal BMI is 18.5 to less than 25). Persons whose BMI is outside these parameters shall be assessed with additional validated indicators in order to inform a decision on medical fitness; in • Eyesight - good levels of vision (minimum unaided distance visual acuity of 6/18 in either eye correctable to 6/9 or better in worse eye). The binocular visual acuity must be 6/7.5 or better whether unaided or aided. • Hearing – a good level of conversational hearing without a hearing aid and normal hearing thresholds in each ear on audiometry testing without a hearing aid. The following tests shall also be carried out on the day: • Eyesight test – An unaided eyesight test will be carried out on the day (glasses/lenses to be removed one hour prior to testing) followed, if applicable, by an aided test • Hearing test – normal conversational hearing and unaided audiometry (testing without a hearing aid) • Urine testing for routine clinical screen • Manual peak flow reading • Blood pressure and pulse check Annual allowance Service in the Garda Reserve is voluntary and unpaid. An allowance is payable by the Garda Commissioner in respect of expenses incurred in performing functions as a Reserve Garda annually, it is not a wage. The Garda Reserve Annual Allowance is on a graduated scale based on the number of hours completed in a calendar year. The annual allowance claim is outlined below; Hours Performed Claim 50 hours €500 100 hours €1000 150 hours €2000 200 hours or above €3000 Candidate Obligations Candidates must: • have the knowledge and ability to discharge the duties of the post concerned; • be of suitable character for the post; • be suitable in all other relevant respects for appointment to the post concerned and if successful, they will not be appointed to the post unless they • agree to undertake the duties attached to the post and accept the conditions under which the duties are, or may be required to be, performed, and • are fully competent, available to and capable of undertaking those duties. Candidates must not: • knowingly or recklessly provide false information • canvass any person with or without inducements • interfere with or compromise the process in any way A third party must not personate a candidate at any stage of the process. Any attempt, direct or indirect by an applicant to use influence by way of canvassing in connection with their application will cause them to be disqualified from the competition. Any person who contravenes the above provisions or who assists another person in contravening the above provisions is committing an offence. A person who is found guilty of an offence is liable to prosecution that may result in a fine and/or imprisonment. In addition, where a person found guilty of an offence was or is a candidate at a recruitment process, then: • where a person has not been appointed to a post, they will be disqualified as a candidate; and • where a person has been appointed subsequently to the recruitment process in question, they shall forfeit that appointment.

10 days agoFull-time


O'Flaherty BrownCarlow

O'Flaherty and Brown Solicitors is a busy general practice based in Carlow Town. They are currently seeking applications for a General Practice Solicitor. Full time and part time will be considered to a suitable candidate. The salary will be commensurate with the experience and expertise of the successful candidate. If you wish to apply for this role please email a CV and cover letter to: nichola@oflahertybrown.ie

25 days agoFull-timePart-time

Area Sales Executive

Western UnionNationwide

Does playing a role in business growth sound exciting to you? Are you energized by developing new business leads into new clients, while also managing and developing existing business? Would you like to work for a global company in Money Transfer that believes when money moves, better things can happen? Are you interested in joining a globally diverse organization where our unique contributions are recognized and celebrated, allowing each of us to thrive? Then it’s time to join Western Union as an Area Sales Executive! Western Union powers your pursuit. In this role, we’ll be looking for you to grow the business by signing, training and activating new Western Union agents and managing business development activities with existing agents in your territory spanning extensive travel in Ireland and Northern Ireland.  Role Responsibilities: We are passionate about diversity. Our commitment is to provide an inclusive culture that celebrates the unique backgrounds and perspectives of our global teams while reflecting the communities we serve. We do not discriminate based on race, color, national origin, religion, political affiliation, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, marital status, or veteran status. The company will provide accommodation to applicants, including those with disabilities, during the recruitment process, following applicable laws.

30+ days agoFull-time
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