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Re-Enlistment Defence Forces

Irish Defence ForcesIreland

The Defence Forces are looking for ex service personnel who have served in the Irish Permanent Defence Forces , if you meet the requirements and wish to be considered for re-enlistment Terms & Conditions >>

22 hours agoPermanent

Junior Air Logistics Operational Care Specialist

KUEHNE+NAGELIreland

Join Ireland’s leading Logistics Services provider and play a vital role in the global transportation of our customer’s goods. Your Role Our Air Logistics Operational Care Team (OCC) are responsible for the coordination of transport activities on behalf of our customers through the execution of bookings with our partners, the data entry associated with transport documentation generation and liaising with our Customer Care colleagues to ensure that the customer’s requirements are met. You will support your Operational Care colleagues coordinating with them on the requirements for the transportation performing data entry and compiling and checking the documentation along with other assigned tasks. Your Responsibilities Good Reasons to Join Kuehne+Nagel Ireland is listed as a ‘Great Place To Work” and that is just what we are. As a market leader if you are looking for an exciting and challenging career in the Logistics Industry we are the company for you.

1 day agoPermanent

Volunteer Coordinator

HoneycombNewry, Down£20,000 - £30,000 a year

Honeycomb is delighted to be partnering with a Nationwide Charity to recruit for a Volunteer Coordinator for their new office based in South Down. This is a Full time and permanent opportunity. The Client Our client is the only charity across the UK focused on the abuse of older people and building a safer ageing agenda. The charity has a life-changing helpline which supports older people, families, professionals and practitioners by providing advice and guidance. The charity also works across all four nations to develop campaigns whilst lobbying for legislation change to protect and enhance the lives of older people at risk of abuse. The charity is undergoing a significant modernisation and change agenda and this is already seeing demonstrable benefits and impacts. This role fills an important part of the strategic jigsaw of the charity. The Role The Volunteer Coordinator will play a key role in shaping Northern Ireland's response to meeting the needs of the vulnerable older population and their communities. Coordinating the Helpline and direct support services, the postholder will lead a team of Helpline volunteers, as well as shaping new projects delivering support from prevention right through to recovery. Typical duties will include: Day-to-day support and supervision of Helpline volunteers in Northern Ireland, including: Salary Salary for this role is £25,750 To speak in absolute confidence about this opportunity, please send an up to date CV via the link provided or contact Louise Quinn, Professional Services Manager at Honeycomb 028 9620 7050 Even if this position is not right for you, we may have others that are. Please visit Honeycomb to view a wide selection of our current jobs www.honeycomb.jobs

2 days agoFull-timePermanent

Test And Business Analysis Team Leader

Natural Resources WalesBangor, Down£43,748 - £48,317 a year

Job Purpose: Working as part of the ICT Management Team, the post holder will lead a team of test analysts and business analysts, ensuring a consistent approach to testing and business analysis across ICT, defining strategic direction, frameworks, techniques and working practices for the team. Using a deep understanding of ICT technology, business analysis and test management combined with NRW business requirements, the post holder will prioritise and schedule business analysis and ICT tests in accordance with test results, changing priorities, performance and availability of external technical partners and NRW staff. The post holder will constantly manage progress, addressing the risks and issues as they arise. The post holder is the professional lead for ICT business analysis and testing. You will manage a team or a group of people involved in the delivery and improvement of enabling services to develop and support the organisations and its partners in corporate compliance, planning, performance, policy and strategy. You will manage significant processes, undertaking a range of advanced skilled worked, involving significant technical tasks or application of specialist knowledge within your discipline. You will analyse and interpret a range of complex information and communicate this to others. You will be responsible for identifying and managing organisational risks. You will undertake research as required and will produce documents that provide advice, guidance or opinion which others will use or act upon. You will influence the work of others through your knowledge and decision making, the impact of which will be both internal and external. You will be responsible for a delegated budget. You will take responsibility for the safe and effective use of NRW equipment and information. Who you will be working with You will liaise with senior management in the development of strategy and plans. You will manage a team or a group of staff that carry out a range of complex activities within a discrete function ensuring the delivery of work plans and will be fully accountable for staff development, performance and well-being, as well as ensuring compliance with NRW policies and procedures. This may include responsibility for teams that are dispersed over several sites. You will interact with colleagues across the organisation, collaborating with others to provide efficient delivery of strategies and policies. You will discuss technical/specialist policy issues with others. You will facilitate and deliver presentations for internal and external meetings, providing advice as required. Where you will be working Your role will be primarily office based but may entail travel between different NRW locations, as well as working at partner organisations and other premises. What knowledge and skills you need You will have a recognised qualification, degree or equivalent experience. You will have substantial relevant experience gained from working in a number of different organisations or in different roles within an organisation. You will have full knowledge and understanding of the principles in your specific field and will be required to update your knowledge on a regular basis. You will have analytical skills enabling you to analyse and interpret a wide range of complex information. You will have good inter-personal skills and able to develop and maintain good relationships and networks. You will have proven managerial experience and will demonstrate good mentoring and leadership skills. You will have previous experience in managing financial resources. You will demonstrate strong people management, customer care and time/resource management skills. What other information is relevant to your job You will lead your Team to enable them to realise their contribution, through applying the principles of SMNR to their work; in how they think, plan and deliver activities. You will support and facilitate the new ways of working by acting as a coach and mentor across your Team. You are responsible for ensuring that you and your team are aware and compliant with the policies, procedures and processes that relate to your roles. You are responsible for scrutinising your team’s transactions to ensure that they represent value for money and meet the requirements if the organisation, in approving their transaction you are accountable. For budgets or projects delegated to you, be responsible for ensuring that the plan and budgets are accurately developed, the objectives of the budget/ project are achieved, the budget is managed effectively and that we achieve value for money. Budgets are monitored each month, risks and opportunities are addressed and achievement of the budget is reforecasted in line with NRW policies. NRW is a Category 1 responder under the Civil Contingencies Act (2004), and this means we have a duty to work with partners to prepare for and respond to emergencies and incidents covered by the Act. All staff may be required to undertake activities, at a level commensurate with the skills and experience required by their role, to assist in ensuring this duty is undertaken. This role description sets out a broad indication of the role, where it sits within the overall NRW structure and indicative expectations of the post holder. It is not intended to provide a detailed description of all tasks and activities. This document should be read in conjunction with the job specific Personal Development Plan which sets out the specific activities and projects to be delivered during the year. Before applying for this role please read the candidate guidance Natural Resources Wales embraces diversity and promotes equal opportunity. We recruit by merit on the basis of fair and open competition. We welcome and encourage applications from groups currently underrepresented including women, black and ethnic minority groups and people with a disability and we have a guaranteed interview scheme for candidates with disabilities who meet the minimum selection criteria. We are an employer of choice because we put the principles of human rights, equality, fairness, dignity and respect at the heart of our values. Explore more How to apply Welsh Language Levels More Elsewhere on the site Why work for us? The benefits of working for Natural Resources Wales Pay scales Is there anything wrong with this page? Give us your feedback . Print this page Job Summary Job Title Test and Business Analysis Team Leader Post Number 201859 Grade 8, £43,748 rising to £48,317 over four years Location Bangor, Cardiff or Aberystwyth Directorate Finance and Corporate Services Team Business Analyst & Testing Team Reports to Service Strategy and Design Manager Direct Reports None Welsh Language requirements Essential Level 1 , able to pronounce Welsh and use basic phrases Please note if you do not meet the Welsh language requirements specified i.e. ability to understand basic phrases and ability to pronounce Welsh names correctly, then NRW offers a variety of learning options and staff support to help you meet these minimal requirements during the course of your employment with us. Contract type Permanent Work pattern Full time, 37 hours per week Application information Application closing date 14 December 2020 Interview to take place on and where Via Skype, date to be confirmed To apply send your completed application form to recruitment @cyfoethnaturiolcymru.gov.uk If you have any queries, contact Robert.Stonehewer @cyfoethnaturiolcymru.gov.uk Job context This is a hybrid advanced technical and managerial role, its purpose being to: Working as part of the ICT Management Team, the post holder will provide high level professional/specialist expertise and advice to others on specialist issues based on extensive in-depth knowledge and expertise They will be NRW’s expert on ICT testing and business analysis and will advise and influence throughout NRW and instruct suppliers on the ICT testing they need to perform for us. Then hold them to account. This specialist knowledge is essential to NRW as NRW will not be able to implement ICT solutions without it. Lead teams of test analysts and business analysts (both permanent and contractors), ensuring a consistent approach to testing and business analysis across NRW and its suppliers defining NRW’s strategic direction, technical approach & frameworks, techniques, tools, environments for testing and business analysis and working practices for the team and extensive numbers of staff outside the team and within suppliers Acquire through constant research of technical ICT roadmaps etc. a deep understanding of ICT technology, business analysis and test management. Apply this to NRW business requirements, then prioritise and schedule business analysis and ICT tests to meet NRW needs in the face of , changing priorities, system performance and availability of external technical partners and NRW staff. Use expertise and considerable autonomy Constantly manage progress, addressing the risks and issues as they arise. Conduct procurement / evaluation of 3rd party test services and manage the test elements of ICT project budgets Be NRW’s expert for ICT business analysis and testing. The entire ICT team is about 90 strong, plus a similar number of contractors, with this role sitting in the ICT team Service Strategy and Design Team that delivers large and small ICT changes, enhancements and upgrades through working closely with resolver teams and 3rd party suppliers, including contractors. The work programme will include infrastructure improvements, end user device roll outs, product improvements and implementations for Office 365, CRM, GIS, COTS, Web Based applications and Azure DevOps to manage product lifecycle activities. The team is dispersed throughout Wales with hubs in Cardiff and Bangor. Applying for this post The following categories will be used to assess the quality of applications both at sift and interview. Please read the whole of the Role Description to ascertain at what level this information needs to be presented. What you will do You will manage a team or a group of people involved in the delivery and improvement of enabling services to develop and support the organisations and its partners in corporate compliance, planning, performance, policy and strategy. You will manage significant processes, undertaking a range of advanced skilled worked, involving significant technical tasks or application of specialist knowledge within your discipline. You will analyse and interpret a range of complex information and communicate this to others. You will be responsible for identifying and managing organisational risks. You will undertake research as required and will produce documents that provide advice, guidance or opinion which others will use or act upon. You will influence the work of others through your knowledge and decision making, the impact of which will be both internal and external. You will be responsible for a delegated budget. You will take responsibility for the safe and effective use of NRW equipment and information. Who you will be working with You will liaise with senior management in the development of strategy and plans. You will manage a team or a group of staff that carry out a range of complex activities within a discrete function ensuring the delivery of work plans and will be fully accountable for staff development, performance and well-being, as well as ensuring compliance with NRW policies and procedures. This may include responsibility for teams that are dispersed over several sites. You will interact with colleagues across the organisation, collaborating with others to provide efficient delivery of strategies and policies. You will discuss technical/specialist policy issues with others. You will facilitate and deliver presentations for internal and external meetings, providing advice as required. Where you will be working Your role will be primarily office based but may entail travel between different NRW locations, as well as working at partner organisations and other premises. What knowledge and skills you need You will have a recognised qualification, degree or equivalent experience. You will have substantial relevant experience gained from working in a number of different organisations or in different roles within an organisation. You will have full knowledge and understanding of the principles in your specific field and will be required to update your knowledge on a regular basis. You will have analytical skills enabling you to analyse and interpret a wide range of complex information. You will have good inter-personal skills and able to develop and maintain good relationships and networks. You will have proven managerial experience and will demonstrate good mentoring and leadership skills. You will have previous experience in managing financial resources. You will demonstrate strong people management, customer care and time/resource management skills. What other information is relevant to your job You will lead your Team to enable them to realise their contribution, through applying the principles of SMNR to their work; in how they think, plan and deliver activities. You will support and facilitate the new ways of working by acting as a coach and mentor across your Team. You are responsible for ensuring that you and your team are aware and compliant with the policies, procedures and processes that relate to your roles. You are responsible for scrutinising your team’s transactions to ensure that they represent value for money and meet the requirements if the organisation, in approving their transaction you are accountable. For budgets or projects delegated to you, be responsible for ensuring that the plan and budgets are accurately developed, the objectives of the budget/ project are achieved, the budget is managed effectively and that we achieve value for money. Budgets are monitored each month, risks and opportunities are addressed and achievement of the budget is reforecasted in line with NRW policies. NRW is a Category 1 responder under the Civil Contingencies Act (2004), and this means we have a duty to work with partners to prepare for and respond to emergencies and incidents covered by the Act. All staff may be required to undertake activities, at a level commensurate with the skills and experience required by their role, to assist in ensuring this duty is undertaken. This role description sets out a broad indication of the role, where it sits within the overall NRW structure and indicative expectations of the post holder. It is not intended to provide a detailed description of all tasks and activities. This document should be read in conjunction with the job specific Personal Development Plan which sets out the specific activities and projects to be delivered during the year. Before applying for this role please read the candidate guidance Natural Resources Wales embraces diversity and promotes equal opportunity. We recruit by merit on the basis of fair and open competition. We welcome and encourage applications from groups currently underrepresented including women, black and ethnic minority groups and people with a disability and we have a guaranteed interview scheme for candidates with disabilities who meet the minimum selection criteria. We are an employer of choice because we put the principles of human rights, equality, fairness, dignity and respect at the heart of our values.

3 days agoFull-timePermanent

Area Relief Court Security

G4SNewry, Down£8.72 an hour

JOB INTRODUCTION We now have an exciting opportunity for a Area Relief Court Security Officer to join the G4S Facilities Management (UK) team on the Ministry of Justice contract at Royal Courts of Justice. ROLE RESPONSIBILITY We act with INTEGRITY AND RESPECT We are passionate about SAFETY, SECURITY AND SERVICE EXCELLENCE We achieve this through INNOVATION AND TEAMWORK ABOUT THE COMPANY G4S is the world's leading global, integrated security company specialising in the delivery of security and related services to customers across six continents. We specialise in outsourced business processes and facilities in sectors where security and safety risks are considered a strategic threat. We operate in over 90 countries. We have a truly global business with large established market positions in developed markets and outstanding positions in fast growing emerging markets. G4S has a unique global footprint, employing more than 570,000 people world-wide, and are the largest security solutions provider in the world. Primary Location : United Kingdom-County Armagh-Newry Other Locations : United Kingdom-County Down-Banbridge Job : Operations Organization : G4S-BU-UK Contracted hours : Full-time Employee Status : Permanent Job Posting : Nov 23, 2020, 5:48:37 AM

4 days agoFull-timePart-time

Professionally Qualified Social Worker

TuslaIreland

Job Summary The Child and Family Agency was established on 1st January 2014 and is responsible for improving wellbeing and outcomes for children. It represents the most comprehensive reform of services for the development, welfare and protection of children and the support of families ever undertaken in Ireland. It is an ambitious move which brings together some 4,000 staff who were previously employed within Children and Family Services of the Health Service Executive, the National Educational Welfare Board and the Family Support Agency. The Child and Family Agency has responsibility for the following range of services: Health A candidate for and any person holding the office must be fully competent and capable of undertaking the duties attached to the office and be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service. Character Each candidate for and any person holding the office must be of good character. Age Age restrictions shall only apply to a candidate where he/she is not classified as a new entrant within the meaning of the Public Services Superannuation Act, 2004). Attachment: Candidate Campaign Information Pack PQSW West.pdf

7 days agoPermanent

Deputy Regional Manager

TuslaIreland

Job Summary The Child and Family Agency was established on 1st January 2014 and is responsible for improving wellbeing and outcomes for children. It represents the most comprehensive reform of services for the development, welfare and protection of children and the support of families ever undertaken in Ireland. It is an ambitious move which brings together some 4,000 staff who were previously employed within Children and Family Services of the Health Service Executive, the National Educational Welfare Board and the Family Support Agency. The Child and Family Agency has responsibility for the following range of services: Child Welfare and Protection Services, including family support services Family Resource Centres and associated national programmes Early years (pre-school) Inspection Services Educational Welfare responsibilities including School completion programmes and Home School Liaison Domestic, sexual and gender based violence services Services related to the psychological welfare of children Adoption & Alternative Care Further information is available on www.tusla.ie The policy of the Child and Family Agency to enable children to live with their own families wherever possible and to support parents where necessary in fulfilling that role. In circumstances where this is not possible, Residential Care including Special Care remains a valuable option for children who cannot be cared for at home. The Deputy Manager National Private Placement Team will: Health A candidate for and any person holding the office must be fully competent and capable of undertaking the duties attached to the office and be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service. Character Each candidate for and any person holding the office must be of good character Attachment: Candidate Info Pack - NPPT.pdf

7 days agoPermanent

Re-Enlistment Defence Forces

Irish Defence ForcesIreland

The Defence Forces are looking for ex service personnel who have served in the Irish Permanent Defence Forces , if you meet the requirements and wish to be considered for re-enlistment Terms & Conditions >>

7 days agoPermanent

Senior Sales Advisor

WinemarkBangor, Down

Reference Number SSA-Bangor-8 Location Bangor Northern Ireland and surrounding areas Contract Type Part-Time Permanent Closing Date 27/11/2020 Hours- 30 hours a week Purpose

8 days agoPart-timePermanent

Sales Advisor

WinemarkBanbridge, Down

Reference Number SA-018-8-1 Location Banbridge- Scarva St Contract Type Full-Time Permanent Closing Date 20/11/2020 Purpose

11 days agoFull-timePermanent
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