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Engineer Grade Iii

Office of Public WorksNationwide

The Office of Public Works (OPW) is the lead agency in co-ordinating flood risk management policy and the flood relief capital programme in Ireland. The OPW now has vacancies for Civil Engineering staff at Engineer Grade III level to join our team and support the flood risk management programme across the whole of Ireland. This is an exciting opportunity for Civil Engineers to join an organisation dedicated to supporting staff to realise their full potential with access to professional development opportunities and career progression. Successful candidates must hold a minimum Level 8 qualification on the National Framework of Qualifications in Civil Engineering which is accredited by Engineers Ireland. See info booklet

15 days ago

Home Sharing - Host Families

St Michael’s HouseNationwide

GIVE a little of your TIME and make a BIG difference! St Michael’s House is recruiting Home Sharing – Host Families. Make a difference in the lives of children and adults with a learning disability and their families by giving them a much needed break. Home sharing is where people like you in the community are recruited, assessed trained and supported to provide short breaks in their home, for children or adults with a disability. The frequency of breaks depends on your availability, some host families provide day care breaks, and others provide a short weekend break every month, whilst others might provide breaks over holiday periods. There is 24/7 support for host families. During the assessment process you have the opportunity to discuss the level of care you can provide and the person best matched to your family We welcome everyone to apply, whether you are in a relationship or single, young or old, with or without children, from all walks of life and living in all kinds of housing. You don’t need a qualification; you do need to be caring, energetic and enthusiastic! You’ll be given training, ongoing support and an allowance. In order to bring a consistent approach to the service from a national perspective, Home Sharing as a model of support is subdivided into three categories namely; 1. Home Sharing “Short Breaks” families Home/Sharing “Short Breaks” involves a home sharing family in the community offering a placement to a person with intellectual disability in their home (home sharing families) for short breaks and caring for that person as a member of their family. A short break can encompass daycare breaks, short overnight break, or breaks over holiday periods. Payment Rates: An allowance is paid per break in line with Tusla Fostering rates: Child under 12 years: €30.30 day rate, €45.42 overnight rate. Over 12 years: €33.90 day rate, €49.28 overnight rate In addition to an allowance, receipted expenses are paid at €20 per day 2. Home Sharing “Contract” families The physical, behavioural or healthcare needs of some persons with an intellectual disability are complex and more challenging. In recognition of this, Contract Families who have significant experience in the caring field are recruited to provide short break support. Contract families are expected to provide a number of short breaks per month and are with this option a monthly retainer is paid and an allowance is paid per session of support provided. Payment Rates: The retainer is €5000 annually. In addition to the retainer, the Contract Family will be paid an allowance. The rates of allowance for sessions will be based on: A. Depending on the needs of the child placed with the family. B. Type of service provided. Rates of expense for a child with lesser dependency and support needs: Overnight less than 24hour care €60 Overnight more than 24hr care €85 Day rate of 5+hours (Mon – Sun) €50 Rates of expense for a child with higher dependency and support needs: Overnight less than 24hour care €90 Overnight more than 24hr care €135 Day rate of 5+hours (Mon – Sun) €80 Rates of expense for a child who requires nursing support: Overnight less than 24hr care €120 Overnight more than 24hr care €170 Day rate of 5+hours (Mon – Sun) €100 3. Home Sharing “Shared Living” families A Home Sharing “Shared Living” family is a family that provides full time care to a person with an intellectual disability, similar to a fostering placement. The shared living family make their home available to a person with intellectual disability, to share their home on a full time basis, as a member of their family. Payment Rates: With this option a monthly retainer and an allowance per night of support is paid. The Assessment Process: Step by Step If you are interested in becoming a Home Sharing Family please contact the Home Sharing Office: E:   homesharing@smh.ie T:  +353 1 8770500 More information can be found here .

12 days ago

Graduate Intern

Merchants Quay IrelandCarlow€18,382 a yearInternshipGraduate

Please find attached details of our Graduate Recruitment Programme 2020 - 2021 and specific details of this role at St. Francis farm. Salary: €18,382 per annum Hours: 35 hours Days: Monday to Friday Location: St. Francis Farm, Tullow, Co. Carlow Contract: 12 month Fixed-Term Contract, April 2020 to March 2021

10 days ago

Director For People And Equality

Institute of Technology CarlowCarlow, Leinster

Operating across locations in Carlow, Wexford, Wicklow and Dublin the Institute has over 9,000 learners and staff with a significant international learner cohort. We offer a broad range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Science, Engineering, Business, Humanities and Computing. Key research strengths include Computer Games Development, Bio-Environmental Technologies, Product Design, Social Sciences, Sport Science & Health and Engineering Technologies. We are seeking highly motivated, talented and ambitious individuals to join our team in delivering the Technological University of South East Ireland. Management Position Director for People and Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) The Director for People and EDI will be a member of the Senior Executive Team, playing a key role in the strategic development of the Institute as a whole and will lead the development and implementation of a progressive, effective People and EDI strategy and structure that will advance our mission and further cultivate our equitable, inclusive, respectful and healthy work environment and positive organisational culture. The successful candidate will have an honours degree (first or second class) in a relevant subject area, plus a Masters or PhD qualification. The successful candidate will also have substantial relevant experience (minimum of 10 years postgraduate experience) to include at least five years in a senior leadership role in a complex multi-disciplinary organisation. The Institute is committed to the implementation of the recommendations of the Expert Group on Gender Equality in Irish Higher Education Institutions (HEA June 2016) and the Gender Action Plan 2018-2020 (Report of the Gender Equality Taskforce, 2018). Successful candidates for all of the above positions will be expected to demonstrate a commitment to advancing equality, diversity and an inclusive community.  Further details are available on our website: www.itcarlow.ie/vacancies Closing Date: Tuesday 4th February 2020 at 12:00 noon. Institute of Technology Carlow is an equal opportunity employer, working towards building and maintaining an inclusive environment which promotes equality, values diversity and is committed to family friendly policies for all.

8 days ago

Human Resources Manager

Institute of Technology CarlowCarlow€73,108 - €93,285 per yearFull-timePermanent

Operating across locations in Carlow, Wexford, Wicklow and Dublin the Institute has over 9,000 learners and staff with a significant international learner cohort. We offer a broad range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Science, Engineering, Business, Humanities and Computing. Key research strengths include Computer Games Development, Bio-Environmental Technologies, Product Design, Social Sciences, Sport Science & Health and Engineering Technologies. We are seeking highly motivated, talented and ambitious individuals to join our team in delivering the Technological University of South East Ireland. Management Position Human Resources Manager The HR Manager will have responsibility for providing overall direction of human resources operations across our organisation. They will provide leadership through the management of a comprehensive human resources department, including recruitment, retention, employment services, salary administration, training and development, regulatory compliance, industrial and employee relations, human resource information systems and records management. The successful candidate will have a Level 8 Honours degree in Human Resource Management or a related field and will have at least five years HR management experience in a complex multi-disciplinary organisation. A Master’s degree in Human Resources Management, Public Administration or a related field is highly desirable. Chartered membership of CIPD is also highly desirable. The Institute is committed to the implementation of the recommendations of the Expert Group on Gender Equality in Irish Higher Education Institutions (HEA June 2016) and the Gender Action Plan 2018-2020 (Report of the Gender Equality Taskforce, 2018). Successful candidates for all of the above positions will be expected to demonstrate a commitment to advancing equality, diversity and an inclusive community.  Further details are available on our website: www.itcarlow.ie/vacancies Closing Date: Tuesday 4th February 2020 at 12:00 noon. Institute of Technology Carlow is an equal opportunity employer, working towards building and maintaining an inclusive environment which promotes equality, values diversity and is committed to family friendly policies for all. Title: Human Resources Manager Grade : APO Immediate Supervisor: Vice President for Corporate Affairs or Director for People and EDI Context: We are a learner-centred, internationally oriented organisation with a focus on further enhancing our role as an exceptional quality of life driver within the regional, national and international higher education landscape. Our vision, to be Irelands leading multi-campus technological university by 2030, is ambitious and challenging, representing the development of a mature institution with an important leadership role in the regional and national economic and social landscape (www.itcarlow.ie/resources/strategic-plan-2019-2023.htm.). Our community is comprised of 8,500 students, 850 faculty and administrative staff, and almost 60,000 alumni. The Institute is committed to the provision of an engaged and high performing organisation, with an inclusive environment that promotes equality and values diversity. General Description: Professional and highly skilled HR management is vital to the success and sustainability of the Institute and we now wish to recruit an exceptional individual to the position of HR Manager. The HR Manager will have responsibility for providing overall direction of human resources operations and support across our organisation. The HR Manager will provide leadership through the management of a comprehensive human resources department, including recruitment, retention, and employment services, salary administration, training and development, regulatory compliance, industrial and employee relations, and human resource information systems and records management. Minimum Acceptable Qualifications: The successful applicant will hold a Bachelor's honours degree (NFQ, L8) in Human Resource Management or a related field. A Master's degree in Human Resources Management, Public Administration or a related field is highly desirable. Chartered membership of CIPD is also highly desirable. The successful applicant will have at least five years of human resources management experience at a senior level in a complex multi-disciplinary organisation. Senior experience will include most or all of the following areas: employee relations and employment law; job analysis, recruitment and retention; training and staff development; managing change; development and application of policies and procedures; management of HR systems and records; inter-disciplinary employee engagement and communications; effective industrial negotiations and relations (Rights Commissioners, EAT, Labour Court, LRC etc.); budget management. The successful applicant will have demonstrated ability in the following areas: working and communicating effectively with all constituencies of a diverse community; outstanding leadership and management skills; understanding and proactively developing automated management information systems; developing, managing and delivering corporate training programmes; mediation and facilitation; knowledge and understanding of relevant state regulations and employment policies.   Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Providing leadership and guidance for the Institute and its employees regarding human resource matters by managing a comprehensive human resource department including recruitment, employment, and retention services, training and development, industrial and employee relations, and human resource information systems and records management. Fostering positive employee relations and establishing good working relations and communications within the Institute. Ensuring consistent and equitable application of human resource policies and government regulations throughout the Institute by advising senior managers about the applicable policies and regulations, and implementing the personnel policies of the Institute. Improving organisational effectiveness and productivity by overseeing the planning, development, and delivery of professional development and job-related skill training opportunities. Providing training and promoting the use of an Appraisal and Development Plan as a staff development tool to identify training needs and professional development opportunities. Developing a competent, productive and effective personnel staff by supervising, directly and through delegation, professional and administrative support employees. Representing the department and serving as a resource by participating on various Institute committees. Promoting effective employer-employee relations by providing direction on contract interpretations and participating in industrial negotiations and grievance resolutions with relevant industrial representatives and unions. Managing funds by planning, developing and controlling the departmental budget. Facilitating a work environment that encourages knowledge of, respect for, and development of skills to engage with those of other cultures or backgrounds. Remaining competent and current on best Human Resources practices through self-directed professional reading, developing professional contacts with colleagues, attending professional development courses, and attending training and/or courses as directed by the Vice President for Corporate Affairs or Director for People and EDI. Contributing to the overall success of the Institute by performing all other duties and responsibilities as assigned.   The nature of the work may require working outside normal working hours as required from time to time.   The appointee will carry out the lawful instructions of the President and comply with the requirements and regulations of the Minister of Education and Skills.

8 days ago

Partnership Programme Manager

Institute of Technology CarlowCarlow, Leinster

Operating across locations in Carlow, Wexford, Wicklow and Dublin the Institute has over 9,000 learners and staff with a significant international learner cohort. We offer a broad range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Science, Engineering, Business, Humanities and Computing. Key research strengths include Computer Games Development, Bio-Environmental Technologies, Product Design, Social Sciences, Sport Science & Health and Engineering Technologies. We are seeking highly motivated, talented and ambitious individuals to join our team in delivering the Technological University of South East Ireland. Management Position Partnership Programme Manager - (Institute of Technology Carlow and Carlow College St Patrick’s) (0.5 post) Reporting to the Vice-President for Academic Affairs and Registrar, the Partnership Programme Manager will oversee the establishment of a joint project office to support and drive a range of new collaborative initiatives across Teaching & Learning, Further Education – Higher Education progression, research, learner engagement, engagement with community and local authorities, staff development, equality, diversity and inclusion and internationalisation. The successful candidate must have a Level 8 Honours degree or equivalent and a Masters degree or PhD or equivalent professional qualification along with a minimum of 5 years relevant post-qualification work experience and experience in a higher education environment. This position is funded under the HEA’s Fund for Support for Higher Education Landscape Restructuring, Consolidation and Collaborative projects 2019. The Institute is committed to the implementation of the recommendations of the Expert Group on Gender Equality in Irish Higher Education Institutions (HEA June 2016) and the Gender Action Plan 2018-2020 (Report of the Gender Equality Taskforce, 2018). Successful candidates for all of the above positions will be expected to demonstrate a commitment to advancing equality, diversity and an inclusive community.  Further details are available on our website: www.itcarlow.ie/vacancies Closing Date: Tuesday 4th February 2020 at 12:00 noon. Institute of Technology Carlow is an equal opportunity employer, working towards building and maintaining an inclusive environment which promotes equality, values diversity and is committed to family friendly policies for all

8 days ago

Assistant Finance Officer

Institute of Technology Carlow Carlow€47,589 - €58,157 per yearFull-time

Institute of Technology Carlow Vacancies Assistant Finance Officer (Specified Purpose) (Ref: 003/20) Reporting to the Finance Manager, the Assistant Finance Officer will be responsible for diverse reporting requirements both internally and externally, preparation of financial statements, budget preparation and analysis, forecasting and staff supervision within the Finance department.  Qualifications and Experiential Requirements: The successful candidate must have a qualification or part qualification with a recognised accountancy body and at least 3 years relevant post qualification experience in a similar role. A Level 8 Honours degree in a finance related discipline is highly desirable.  Closing Date:  Tuesday 4th February 2020 at 12:00 noon.  Salary:  €47,589 - €58,157 Job Description: Assistant Finance Officer - Grade VI   Reporting to: Finance Manager   Purpose of Role: Assist the Finance Manager in the effective management and operation of the Finance Function.   Salary: Grade VI Scale€47,589 - €58,157   Hours of Work: The appointee is required to work 37 hours per week   Duties and Responsibilities:   1.     To supervise staff in the Finance Department and participate in and support staff development and training programmes. 2.     To contribute to the development of Institute’s overall financial control environment focusing on internal controls. 3.     To contribute to the development and maintenance of the financial system, data integrity and internal reporting. 4.     To prepare Financial Statements and liaise with external auditors. 5.     To prepare reports for the Department of Education and the HEA including the Unit Costing annual returns as well as ad hoc reports as required. 6.     To prepare the monthly management reports to senior management and Governing Body and adhoc reports as required. 7.     To assist in the control and authorisation of all payments and purchases and maintain all necessary records. 8.     To maintain the Fixed Asset Register and contribute to the development of procedures and controls. 9.     To prepare annual budget documentation and contribute to the ongoing review and monitoring of the budget. 10.  To perform other duties as may be required by the Institute management.   Essential Criteria: Qualification or part qualification with a recognised accountancy body. The ideal candidate will have at least 3 years relevant post qualification experience in a similar role and have excellent interpersonal skills. He/she must have the ability to work in a tightly controlled and deadline driven environment.   Desirable Criteria: A Level 8 Honours Degree in a Finance related discipline.

6 days ago

Assistant Manager

Credit UnionLeighlinbridge, County CarlowPart-time

Job Title : Assistant Manager (part time - 22.5 hrs per week) Reporting to : CEO Leighlin Credit Union wishes to recruit an Assistant Manager with particular responsibility in the areas of marketing, customer service and financial reporting. The Assistant Manager, reporting to the CEO, will provide operational support activities that contribute to the effective running of the credit union. The main responsibilities of the role will include (but are not limited to) the following: Closing date for receipt of applications: Friday 7 February 2020. Leighlin Credit Union Limited is an equal opportunities employer.

5 days ago

Grade Viii Service Manager Mental Health Services South East Community Healthcare Sech Cho 5

HSECarlowPart-timePermanent

Mental Health Services, South East Community Healthcare (SECH) (CHO 5) (South Tipperary, Carlow/Kilkenny, Waterford/ Wexford) There is currently one permanent whole time vacancy available within Waterford/Wexford Mental Health Services. The post holder will be based at the offices of Wexford Mental Health Services, Ross Road, Enniscorthy, Co Wexford. A panel may be created for Grade VIII, Service Manager, Mental Health Services within South East Community Healthcare (SECH) (CHO 5) from which permanent and specified purpose vacancies of full or part time duration may be filled. Please refer to HSE website for full details on this campaign: https://www.hse.ie/eng/staff/jobs/job-search/management-admin-ict/hbs07983-grade-viii-service-manager-mental-health-services-south-east-community-healthcare-sech-cho-5-.html Application Details: Please refer to HSE website for full details on this campaign. https://www.hse.ie/eng/staff/jobs/job-search/management-admin-ict/hbs07983-grade-viii-service-manager-mental-health-services-south-east-community-healthcare-sech-cho-5-.html Completed applications to be sent by email to: Email recruitmanagement@hse.ie, using the subject line HBS07983 - Grade VIII, Service Manager, Mental Health Services, South East Community Healthcare (SECH) (CHO 5) Address for Postal Applications: Eunan Doyle, HBS Recruit Health Service Executive, HR-Services Aras Slainte Chluainin Manorhamilton Co Leitrim F91 AP57 Closing Date: Friday 31st January 2020 at 3pm 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.

4 days ago

Product Owner

UnumCarlowFull-time

Job Posting End Date: 02/13 Unum is a company of people serving people. As one of the world’s leading employee benefits providers and a Fortune 500 company, Unum financial protection benefits help protect more than 33 million working people and their families from the financial impact of illness or injury. Unum's three distinct, but similarly focused US businesses – Unum US, Colonial Life, and Starmount Life – are each a market leader in making disability, life, accident, critical illness, dental, and vision insurance accessible in the workplace. Unum Ireland based in Carlow is a strategic software development and services centre for Unum, specialising in the creation of innovative and customer centric software solutions. Our culture embraces a continuous improvement philosophy that permeates everything we do, from meeting the needs of our customers quickly and efficiently to developing the skills and expertise of our employees. Using leading-edge technology and information systems, Unum Ireland offers excellent career opportunities in IT. General Summary: Colonial Life is making significant investments in the efficiency of its Sales and support operations. At that heart of this is the introduction of a CRM to company that will modernise current work practices and share information across organisations like never before. There is significant opportunity for the right Product Owner to lead the digital transformation of multiple areas in a consistent and sustainable way. Working directly with the scrum team, the Product Owner manages the delivery of supporting capabilities needed for execution of this important roadmap by driving feature definition and delivery. The Product Owner contributes content and prioritization input to the Team Backlog and is expected to lead the development of solutions that effectively meet Program Increment (PI) customer experience objectives, with the least amount of effort, while also maintaining technical integrity. The Product Owner is also accountable for operational readiness and mobilizes the right people to prepare the business to effectively accept, use and support new capabilities before they are delivered to production. Principal Duties and Responsibilities Unum and its family of businesses offer competitive pay and an excellent benefits package, world-class training and development, and a culture built on employee ideas. Unum is an equal opportunity employer, considering all qualified applicants and employees for hiring, placement, and advancement, without regard to person’s race, religion, national origin, age, disability, marital status, family status, membership of the travelling community, gender or sexual orientation. Come join us if you’re interested in working in an exciting and challenging environment for a company that is on the move! Company: Unum

4 days ago
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