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CAD Technician

Ducon Concrete LtdKanturk, Co. Cork€40,000 - €50,000 per year

Ducon Concrete have a vacancy for a CAD Technician to join the Ducon Team. The CAD Technicians are expected to draw detailed precast drawings on AutoCad. Duties include: Salaries will differ, depending on level of experience. Apply with your CV. Don't have a current CV? Click HERE to view the JobAlert.ie CV templates.

3 days agoPermanent

Mechanical Estimator

Industrial Projects TeamOutside of Ireland

About the company Location: Melbourne, Australia A leading Melbourne-based company with national operations and who specialise in mechanical & pipework installations seeks a Mechanical Estimator to join our innovative and collaborative team. The business has experienced rapid growth in its industry and is a trusted partner to many of the country’s largest organisations. We are a dynamic, growing, and energetic organisation offering stimulating, challenging work and we provide a great working environment and highly competitive remuneration. About the role This role requires an individual who is highly motivated with a keen eye for detail and the ability to ‘look outside the box’. Your passion for mechanical installations and estimating processes will show through with the quality and accuracy of your work. You’ll have sound technical knowledge and be able to adapt to the wide range projects in our industry. Key responsibility areas: Apply with your CV. Don't have one? Click HERE to see the JobAlert.ie CV templates.

23 days agoPermanent

Assistant Fire Officer

Cork County CouncilCork€44,853 - €69,782 per year

SECTION 1: THE ROLE Assistant Fire Officers are key members of staff responsible for the delivery of public safety services. Reporting to an Assistant Chief Fire Officer, or such designated persons as may be assigned from time to time, the Assistant Fire Officer will work as part of a team within the Fire & Building Control Department. He/She will also be required to work independently on his/her own initiative as circumstances demand. SECTION 2: DUTIES The duties may include but are not limited to the following and the post holder may be required to perform other duties as appropriate to the post which may be assigned to him/her from time to time and to contribute to the development of the post while in office. 1. Technical assessment of Building Control applications; 2. Provide technical advice to design teams and other council departments in relation to Fire Safety and Building Control matters; 3. Inspect buildings under the Fire Services Act, the Building Control Act and Dangerous Substances legislation, compile inspection reports and carry out all necessary follow-up action; 4. Represent Cork County Council in District and Circuit Courts on matters relating to Fire Safety and Building Control; 5. Ensure compliance in the workplace with the requirements of Health & Safety legislation; 6. Perform duties in relation to Community Fire Safety, Fire Operations and Emergency Management as may be assigned; 7. Undergo such training as considered appropriate to the performance of the duties of the office; 8. Undertake any other duties which are appropriate to the post and necessary for efficient and effective performance. SECTION 3: ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA / QUALIFICATIONS 1. Character Each candidate must be of good character. 2. Health Each candidate must be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service. 3. Education, Training, Experience etc. Each candidate must, on the latest date for receipt of completed application forms for the office – a) Hold, in the National Framework of Qualifications: i. A degree at Level 8 in engineering, architecture, or other building construction related discipline, or ii. A professional qualification equivalent to one of the foregoing awarded by the relevant professional body, or iii. A degree at Level 8 in a science or technology related discipline including, physics, chemistry, environmental or computer science, information communications technology; or a fire related discipline including fire safety, emergency management or emergency services, or iv. A degree at Level 8 together with a Level 9 qualification in a fire related discipline including fire safety, emergency management or emergency services. b) Have at least 2 years satisfactory relevant experience. c) Be competent to perform efficiently the duties of the Office The successful candidate will be supported with training and mentoring as necessary in the following areas: a) Technical Fire Safety b) Building Regulations c) Fire Service Operations 4. 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. A candidate who is not classified as a new entrant must be under 70 years of age 5. Transport holders of the office shall hold a full driving licence for Class B Vehicles as recognised in the Republic of Ireland and shall drive a motor car in the course of their duties and for this purpose provide and maintain a car to the satisfaction of the local authority. 6. Required Skills Set In the context of the key duties and responsibilities for the post of Assistant Fire Officer listed above the ideal candidate will demonstrate the following Competencies, Knowledge and Experience: (Candidates should have satisfactory knowledge and experience in one or more of the following) • Building design and construction; • Building Regulations; • Fire service operations, Telecommunications and information technology; • Technological and industrial processes SECTION 4: COMPETENCIES A Competency Based Application form requires you to describe some of your personal achievements to date that demonstrate certain competencies (necessary skills and qualities) required for the position for which you are applying. For each competency, you are given a description of a skill or quality. You are then asked to describe a situation, from your own experience, which you think is the best example of what YOU have done which demonstrates this skill or quality. It is essential that you describe how you demonstrated the skill or quality in question. Therefore, compose your replies carefully in this section and try to structure what you write so that you give specific information about what you have done - for example, do not simply say that “X was successful”, describe exactly what you did and how you demonstrated the skill or quality in question. For each example, please include the following: a) the nature of the task, problem or objective; b) what you actually did and how you demonstrated the skill or quality (and, where appropriate, the date you demonstrated it) c) the outcome or result of the situation and your estimate of the proportion of credit you can claim for the outcome. The information you present in your application may form part of a shortlisting process and may also be used to help structure your interview, should you be invited to one. A shortlisting process may be applied based on TWO or more of the competencies and on other information you provide in your application form. Please note that, should you be called to interview, the board may look for additional examples of where you demonstrated the Knowledge, Experience, Skills and Competencies required for this post, so you should think of a number of examples of where you demonstrated each of the skills Judgement & Decision making ▪ Can pinpoint critical information and address issues logically. ▪ Understands the context and impact of decisions made. ▪ Can act decisively with the complex information and multiple stakeholders. ▪ Evaluate the current work practices to identify changes that could be made to help them run more efficiently. Delivery of Results ▪ Work to relevant guidance documents, codes and standards as requited ▪ Analyses technical problems and solutions in a logical manner ▪ Deliver results on time and to a high standard. ▪ Plan and prioritise the work schedule, ensuring the efficient use of all the resources available and delivering on objectives even with multiple or conflicting demands. ▪ Take responsibility for own work and the work of the team. Interpersonal & Communication Skills ▪ Show respect, tact and maintain composure when dealing with customers and staff members. ▪ Demonstrate the ability to be assertive and communicate in a clear and confident manner. ▪ Produce reports in a clear and concise manner and maintain accurate records. ▪ Actively listen and deal with information in a constructive manner. Drive & Commitment to Public Service Values ▪ Consistently strives to perform at a high level ▪ Maintains consistent effort under pressure and is resilient to criticism or setbacks at work ▪ Demonstrates high levels of initiative, taking ownership for projects and demonstrating self sufficiency ▪ Is personally trustworthy and can be relied upon ▪ Places the citizen at the heart of all process and systems ▪ Upholds the highest standards of honesty, ethics and integrity SECTION 5: TENURE The position is permanent and fulltime. The post is pensionable. A panel may be formed to fill this position and vacancies for Assistant Fire Officer which may arise during the lifetime of the panel. SECTION 6: SALARY The Salary scale for the post is: €44,853 - €69,782 per annum €44,853 – €47,469 – €49,390 – €51,336 – €53,325 – €55,349– €57,390 – €59,433 – €61,474 - €63,519 - €65,576 (Maximum); €67,677 (1st LSI) (after 3 years satisfactory service on the Maximum). €69,782 (2nd LSI) (after 3 years satisfactory service on the 1 st LSI). Entry point to this scale will be determined in accordance with Circulars issued by the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government. In accordance with Departmental Circular letter EL 02/2011, a person who is not a serving local authority employee on or after 1st January 2011, will enter the scale for the position at a minimum point. Rate of remuneration may be adjusted from time to time in line with Government Policy. SECTION 7: LOCATION OF POST The base for working purposes shall be the location as determined by Cork County Council. Cork County Council reserves the right to assign you to any department, premises or district in use by the Council, now or in the future. Changes in location of employment will not result in payment of disturbance money or compensation. Holders of the office shall reside in the district in which their duties are to be performed or within a reasonable distance thereof. The person appointed will be required to provide him/herself at his/her own expense with the necessary mode of travel to and from work. SECTION 8: WORKING HOURS The working hours at present provide for a five day, 35 hour working week. A flexible working hours’ system is in operation and may be availed of subject to the terms and conditions of the Flexitime Policy. The post requires flexibility in working outside of normal hours. Duties will require the successful candidate to work outside of normal hours i.e. attendance at evening/weekend training, duties etc. as part of normal working hours without additional remuneration. All hours worked will be subject to the provision of the Organisation of Working Time Act, 1997 as amended. SECTION 9: ANNUAL LEAVE The current annual leave entitlement is 30 days per annum or on a pro-rata basis for period worked. Notice of intention to take leave shall be given to the council at least two weeks before proposed leave commences. Cork County Council’s leave year runs from 1st January to 31st December. Granting of annual leave, payment for annual leave and arrangements for public holidays will be governed by the provisions of the Organisation of Working Time Act, 1997 (as amended).

2 days agoFull-timePermanent



Role summary Responsible for administration for the Opera Lane Hub by assisting in the smooth operation of the store and delivery of excellent customer service through accurate and efficient administration in order to achieve business objectives. The role General Administration About Specsavers Our passion is to deliver outstanding patient care, combined with sound dispensing advice and product recommendations that best suit individual customer needs. In additional to the highest quality equipment, we aim to provide both our store staff and our customers with an excellent overall environment. At Specsavers, we treat people as we would wish to be treated, and as such, you will be supported by well trained and motivated retail staff, in addition to an expert professional team. Our expectation is that you will share our vision to provide our patients with the very best professional service as well as exceptional customer care on every visit to your store. Our Vision To passionately provide best value Eyecare to everyone, simply, clearly and consistently, exceeding customer expectations every time Our Values Treat people as we would like to be treated ourselves. Passionate about: Our customers – the lifeblood of our business Our people – supporting our staff to be the best they can be Partnership – at the heart of everything we do Communities – giving back to and working with our local communities Results – keep it simple, get it done, deliver on our promises

5 days agoFull-timePermanent

Trainee Optical Assistant

SpecsaversMahon, Cork

Hours: Full-Time Benefits: Competitve Basic Salary and the opportunity to work with a friendly , hard working, customer focussed team to provide the very best in eye care and audiology to our customersLoads of opportunities for career developmentFull training provided Experience – Previous optical experience is desirable but not essential for this role Join our team as an Optical Assistant, and you’ll discover why at Specsavers, we pride ourselves on providing the foundation for exciting, long-term careers – a home where your previous optical expertise will be truly valued and where you’ll be given the opportunity to thrive.  Some of the key tasks required include: You’ve already demonstrated that you’re a natural when it comes to customer care, you’re articulate, good with people with an organised approach and always happy to help, so you’ll fit right in as a valuable member of our friendly store team, joining a business that’s going places. CLICK THE APPLY BUTTON TO GO TO THEIR CAREERS PAGE WHERE YOU CAN CHECK THIS JOB AND ALL OTHER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE.

5 days agoFull-timePermanent

Night Support Worker


Night Support Worker Cork Services Salary €30,807.00 per annum Permanent, full time hours (35 hours) Role This role offers a fantastic opportunity to provide support to our organisation’s services teams in Cork. Depaul is a values-led organisation working with a number of services throughout the Republic and Northern Ireland. This role will report directly to the Local Management Team and will be responsible for responding effectively to service user needs and to security alerts and ensure that the safety, welfare and well-being of the service users are protected throughout the night. This is an exciting opportunity to join a diverse team of talented individuals Location  Cork  Essential Criteria  Have at least 1 years’ experience working in the homelessness field or another suitably related area, desirably in a residential setting OR  Level 5 QQI qualification or above in social care, or a suitably related area. Have an understanding of harm reduction and low threshold working  Understand why people become homeless and the issues they present with, and what supports can be offered in services to service users with complex needs  The above list is not exhaustive  What we can offer you  Diversity and inclusion is championed within Depaul, with staff drawn from all walks of life. Strong focus is placed on staff development in the form of robust induction, regular supervision, joint annual reviews, and a wealth of learning and development opportunities. Staff wellbeing is prioritised through a suite of benefits, such as pension, health insurance, Employee Assistance Programme, and much more.  Closing date for applications is 30th May 2024 @9.00am

5 days agoFull-timePermanent

Management Opportunities

JD GroupCork

Established in 1981 with a single store in the Northwest of England, the JD Group is a leading omni-channel retailer of Sports Fashion, Street & Premium Fashion, Outdoors and Gyms with over 60,000 colleagues and over 3,400 stores across several retail fascias in over 30 markets around the world. JD Sports Fashion Plc was listed on the London Stock Exchange in 1996 and has been a FTSE100 publicly quoted company since 2019 and continues to grow in the UK and internationally. We want to be the leading global omni-channel retailer in the sports, fashion, and outdoor industry. To be a part of this successful company and help us to achieve this you will have the desire to ingrain our strategic goals of being a people-led, innovative and customer-focused organisation which provides operational excellence whilst identifying new areas of growth as part of our day to day objectives. Culture We inspire our people to reach higher levels of performance. To achieve these standards, we only recruit the best! All employees are highly skilled, self-motivated and in constant pursuit of perfection. Opportunities to progress arise quickly for those people with the right qualities and ambition. We encourage our people to constantly seek ways to improve our business. This means challenging the way we merchandise, sell and manage the business, being creative and forward thinking in suggesting alternative solutions. Problems are solved and opportunities seized by people from all levels of the organisation, working together. Looking For The Ideal Candidate will be: CLICK THE APPLY BUTTON TO GO TO THEIR CAREERS PAGE WHERE YOU CAN CHECK THIS JOB AND ALL OTHER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE.

8 days agoPermanent

Commercial Property Solicitor


Ready to put your ambition into action? To work alongside the brightest minds, on the most supportive teams, answering the questions that make a real difference to businesses? Discover a career at RDJ RDJ are a leading Irish corporate law firm combining the sharpest legal insight with human intelligence to deliver long-lasting business impact. They bring together human intelligence and legal insights across our three offices to deliver the most impactful outcomes for businesses and careers. By investing in the potential of RDJ's people and the relationships that create winning teams, they are the legal advisor of choice to their clients and employer of choice to the best talent. Empowering their clients with answers, not options, in diverse areas of the Irish economy, RDJ advise multi-nationals as well as established and growing Irish companies, institutions and leading insurance firms. About the role RDJ have an exciting opportunity for an associate to join their Commercial Real Estate Team. The team comprises a highly regarded group of real estate lawyers spread across 3 offices in Cork, Dublin and Galway. They share a passion for delivering commercial solutions to the legal issues faced by their clients and take real pride in what they do. This is a permanent role with hybrid working available. Acting for a broad mix of Irish, international, private and public sector clients, the RDJ Real Estate team is known for its experience advising on property acquisitions and sales as well as large-scale lettings and complex asset portfolio transactions. They advise some of Ireland’s leading property developers on high profile developments throughout the country across a number of sectors including commercial, residential, retail, healthcare and hospitality. The team also works closely with other specialist units within the firm to offer coordinated legal advice on areas such as construction, finance, tax and corporate transactions. Background and experience Associates with a range of 0-5 years of commercial property conveyancing experience in leading Irish or international corporate law firm are encouraged to apply. The successful candidate must have: Employee Wellbeing RDJ LLP offer leading wellbeing initiatives, support for employees walking or cycling to work and respect for their people’s work-life balance. They’ve been recognised as leaders in workplace wellbeing by Ibec, as well as earning the KeepWell Mark and being listed in Leading in Wellbeing Top 100 Companies 2024. ESG Commitments At RDJ, we are committed to sustainability in all aspects of their business. RDJ not only prioritises creating a healthy working environment for all employees, but goes beyond, in striving to promote the protection of the natural environment around them. They also endeavour to create an environment whereby diversity is championed, and each individual is valued and recognised for the unique contribution that they make. Apply: Interested candidates should apply with their CV and cover letter to recruit@rdj.ie

9 days agoPermanent

Sales Consultant

Brown ThomasCork

GET TO KNOW US Bottom Drawer is the luxury bedlinen and homewares concession in Brown Thomas Dublin, Cork and Limerick and in Arnotts. We sell the very best international and Irish brands and offer knowledgeable and professional customer service at all times. We are a family business, established in 1989 have been selling beautiful homewares exclusively within the BTA group for 35 years. We have established great relationships with our loyal customers and each member of our team know the importance of superb customer service, thorough product knowledge and a flair for selling beautiful things. KNOW THE ROLE The role involves selling and customer relations, merchandising the ranges, stock control, processing online sales, stockroom duties and all the tasks involved with running a retail concession. KNOW WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR We are looking for a new member to join our small team in Arnotts. The ideal candidate will love selling, be efficient, trustworthy, and hardworking with a flair for interiors and a love of homewares being a distinct advantage. We would require the new team member to ideally have a background in sales / interiors, although this is not a necessity. A positive attitude is most important, as is a willingness to work hard at all aspects of the job, and to really enjoy the interactions with our customers, whilst being professional, quick, and cheerful in carrying out all the tasks needed in the retail environment. They must be willing to be flexible with working hours as demands shift with the seasons, including Sundays, late night shopping evenings etc. KNOW HOW WE WORK Experience is our business : Our customer engagement sets the bar in service and experiential retail, giving our customers something to love every time. We Are More Than Shops:  We create enjoyable places, to excite, where people socialise, discover, learn and are inspired, and where local communities are enriched. We are Curators:  Our unique range of product and services are key to the sense of excitement that Brown Thomas Arnotts is renowned for, whether for a special day or every day, things that make our customer’s lives better. We Care for Our People: We believe a great customer experience starts with a great people experience. That is why we promote a culture where talent is nurtured and where creativity and learning are valued. We Succeed by Working Sustainably:  We are community-focused and our aim is to cultivate retail environments that are conscious, considerate and commercial. Back Share Apply Now

9 days agoPart-timePermanent

Store Manager

Costa CoffeeMallow, Cork

Costa Coffee requires a Store Manager for our store in Mallow, Cork. At Costa Coffee we are as passionate about our people as we are our great coffee! Being a part of our team gives you the chance to learn new skills in coffee excellence whilst letting your personality shine through. As a Costa Barista you receive full training in delivering every customer with an unbeatable coffee experience, through great customer service and great coffee. Are you: -

14 days agoFull-timePermanent
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