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New Products Group Analyst
Applications will close 3rd February 2022 Pfizer Ringaskiddy is seeking a New Products Group Analyst Please note there will be a permanent and fixed term contract position available. Why Patients Need You Everything we do, every day, is in line with an unwavering commitment to the quality and the delivery of safe and effective products to patients. Our science and risk-based compliant quality culture is flexible, innovative, and customer oriented. Whether you are involved in development, maintenance, compliance or analysis through research programs, your contribution will directly impact patients. What You Will Achieve You will be a member of Pfizer’s dedicated and highly effective New Products Analytical Group. You will be responsible for activities involved in transferring new product test methods to the Ringaskiddy site. You will make sure that best practices are adhered to, which will help in fostering the achievement of company's mission globally. You will be recognized as a subject matter expert with specialized knowledge and skills in procedures, techniques, tools, materials and equipment. You will be entrusted with transferring new methods by applying your knowledge, prior work experience and requirements. Your business awareness of cross-organizational impact on project delivery will elevate the quality of project deliverables. You will arrive at decisions on which methods and procedures are the best fit for different work situations. You will train others and reinforce behaviors that will help us achieve our goal of providing the best to patients. How You Will Achieve It Purpose Breakthroughs that change patients' lives ... At Pfizer we are a patient centric company, guided by our four values: courage, joy, equity and excellence. Our breakthrough culture lends itself to our dedication to transforming millions of lives. Digital Transformation Strategy One bold way we are achieving our purpose is through our company wide digital transformation strategy. We are leading the way in adopting new data, modelling and automated solutions to further digitize and accelerate drug discovery and development with the aim of enhancing health outcomes and the patient experience. Equal Employment Opportunity We believe that a diverse and inclusive workforce is crucial to building a successful business. As an employer, Pfizer is committed to celebrating this, in all its forms – allowing for us to be as diverse as the patients and communities we serve. Together, we continue to build a culture that encourages, supports and empowers our employees. Quality Assurance and Control#LI-PFE
Senior House Officer/registrar In Psychiatry Post
Post Specific Related Location South Lee Mental Health Services, Cork University Hospital, Cork Kerry Community Healthcare. Proposed Interview Date To be confirmed HSE Area Cork Kerry Community Healthcare Category Medical/Dental Informal Enquiries South Lee MHS: Dr. Aisling Bambury, Clinical Director, Cork Mental Health Services – email CDSouthLeeMHS@hse.ie Application Details Please return your curriculum vitae to: Ms. Aisling Collins, Administrative Officer, Cork Kerry Community Healthcare. E-mail: email@example.com Contract Type Fixed Term Contract
Research Fellow, Positions, University Business School And Boole Centre For In Informatics
Fixed-term, Whole-time Posts Position summary The FinTechNext team consists of over a dozen multi-disciplinary researchers with backgrounds in multiple disciplines including Information Systems, Finance and Computer Science. The researchers work with four internationally renowned Professors from Cork University Business School and the Boole Centre for Research in Informatics (Professor Joe Feller, Professor Philip O’Reilly, Professor John Morrison and Professor Mark Hutchinson) and a world leading financial services organisation, Fexco. The research team have a track record of publishing in world leading journals (ABS ranking, FT50 and Senior IS scholar basket of eight). The FINTECHNEXT’s project is focused on undertaking collaborative research on technological innovation in financial services that will have significant impact on the economy and society through: Advancing scientific knowledge through creation and discovery Facilitating the development of highly innovative new products and services for commercialisation. The project is researching next generation technologies in the financial services sector, towards delivering a FinTech toolset that both (1) informs excellence in science and (2) drives commercialisation efforts. FINTECHNEXT output is in two forms: Scientific outputs in world leading journals, enabling knowledge dissemination Highly innovative IP for commercialisation, enabling job creation and having societal impact. Post Duration: until end of February 2023 Salary : €56,369- €61,423 p.a. (IUA Salary Scale) Project Title: FINTECHNEXT For an information package including further details of the post see https://ore.ucc.ie/. Job ID: 053191. Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Professor Philip O’Reilly. Email Address: Philip.OReilly@ucc.ie
Research Assistant, APC Microbiome
2 Years, Fixed-Term, Whole-time Post Position Summary APC Microbiome Ireland is a trans-disciplinary research centre, with clinicians, clinician-scientists and basic scientists from diverse backgrounds working in teams, sharing ideas and resources. Although focused upon the gastrointestinal bacterial community (the microbiota), the scale and scope of the work has become one of the fastest moving areas of biology. The microbiota is not only a target for treatment and prevention of disease, it is a repository for functional food ingredients and even new drugs and is a source of novel biomarkers of disease risk. The scientific organisation of the APC consists of a matrix of ‘spokes’ or themes of intellectual pursuit which are supported by multiple horizontal or shared technology platforms. Role: The successful candidate will play an important role on an industry-funded project that investigates the effectivity of bioactives in extending product shelf-life in the food industry. The ideal candidate will have an MSC with a background in food microbiology and proven ability to conduct and direct independent research. He/she will join a post-doctoral researcher on the project, and together they will perform shelf-life trials under the direction of the industry partner. Several administration tasks will also be required, including management of procurement as well as caretaking of essential equipment. The candidate will need to have experience in the necessary wet-lab skills, as well as a proven ability to work well within a team. The ideal candidate will be/have: Project Title: Microbes to Molecules - Targeted Project Post Duration : 2 Years Salary: €27,109 - €36,422 p.a. (IUA Salary Scale) For an information package including further details of the post see https://ore.ucc.ie/. Job ID: 053193. Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Colin Hill, Professor of Microbial Food Safety, Principal Investigator-APC Microbiome Ireland. Tel: + 353 (0) 21 490 1373; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Research Assistant-admin, School Of Public Health
19 Month, Fixed-Term, Whole-time Post Position summary The School of Public Health is seeking to appoint a Research Assistant-Administration to support the SPHeRE Programme. SPHeRE is Ireland’s national research training programme for population health and health services research (PHHSR) and is a collaboration between Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI), Trinity College Dublin (TCD) and University College Cork (UCC). SPHeRE means ‘Structured Population and Health-services Research Education’ and is funded by the Health Research Board in Ireland. The successful applicant will be responsible for providing an efficient administrative and research support service to the SPHeRE Programme and SPHeRE Programme Director, Prof. John Browne. Project Title: SPHeRE Programme Post Duration: 19 months Salary: €27,109 - €36,422 p.a. (IUA Salary Scale) For an information package including further details of the post see https://ore.ucc.ie/. Job ID: 053311. Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Prof. John Browne, Professor of Health Services Research, School of Public Health. Email Address: email@example.com.
Supply Chain SAP Analyst
Auto req ID: 262176BR Job Description PepsiCo is on the lookout for a Supply Chain SAP Analyst to join our team in Carrigaline on a Fixed Term Contract for 12 months. We are the concentrate team in PepsiCo (PGCS) working across the Beverage, Nutrition and Snacks categories to deliver concentrate for many of PepsiCo’s mega brands including Gatorade, 7Up and Pepsi. We are at the heart of PepsiCo products, sourcing ingredients to manufacture more than 1,200 recipes for our brands. We are a global organisation, situated in 16 locations across 9 countries offering careers in various functions from Manufacturing, Supply Chain, Procurement, Quality, Finance, R&D, HR and IT. We want team members who can collaborate in our fast-paced global organisation and are passionate about creating and delivering much-loved household brands to markets across the world. Primary Accountabilities: Execute customer collaboration agenda including day to day forecast collaboration as well as customer change projects. Establish and manage the relationship with customers and BU. Provide guidance on enhancing customer relationships. Establish rapport with the customer, planning and developing customer-focused programs and overseeing the resolution of customer concerns. Ensure the benefits of collaboration are visible to the business. Manage and drive effective S&OP processes with customers. Review plan changes and performance to plan. Drive key development and product actions. Drive awareness and impact of poor forecasting. Lead execution of order fulfilment process from receipt through to shipment and arrival at destination, including appropriate and effective processes for order capture, order processing (including credit considerations), delivery and shipment execution and complaints management. Work with other functions (including Operations, Quality, Technical Services) and the other Supply Chain departments (including Innovation, Supply Planning, Central Data Team) to develop mechanisms that will improve service delivery, efficiency and effectiveness including, but not limited to, back-order management process, allocations process and PSD alignment. Develop, maintain, and analyse a comprehensive suite of KPIs to monitor performance and ensure targets are achieved. Manage Master Data management for customers, products, and pricing. Management of Finished Good process from Order management to Invoicing. Identify and lead optimisation opportunities to streamline and automate processes and reports Work collaboratively and effectively with various business stakeholders and support strategic initiatives Help drive the Supply Chain strategy implementation across all functions. Develop knowledge/information sharing tools Manage expiry & returns call, proactively review inventory to identify potential risk and opportunities to minimise obsolescence and identify inventory for disposal. Co-ordinate and manage end to end the pricing updates for Finished Goods & Concentrate. Co-ordinate and manage inventory reconciliation with logistics, warehouse & Finance as part of the month end close process. Co-ordinate and manage the process by liaising with Financial Accountants on month end reporting, ensuring all debit and credit notes are raised and reconcile inventory transactions monthly. Partner with Customer Services teams to understand demand forecast drivers and provide guidance on how to improve the accuracy Work with regional supply chain leaders to optimise Supply chain day to day processes Use and maintain the SAP ERP system as the primary system tool Ensure timely and reliable reporting of designated supply chain performance metrics for Pepsi Lipton International Provide volume reporting and insights on market dynamics to support business decision making Identify and lead optimisation opportunities to streamline and automate processes and reports Work collaboratively and effectively with various business stakeholders and support strategic initiatives Help drive the Supply Chain strategy implementation across all functions. Develop knowledge/information sharing tools This role will be expected to be at the cutting edge of Data Analytics & will manage the data that feeds our Global SC metrics & volumes Qualifications/Requirements Essential Skills: At a minimum, a third level qualification in Supply Chain/Finance or alternative relevant degree, with a thorough understanding of Supply Chain Operations and data analytics Minimum 3 years’ experience in a large FMCG operation Strong track record of delivering results in an ever-changing environment Excellent communication/interpersonal skills, with ability to clearly articulate ideas and proposals to all levels of the organisation Ability to organize and manage multiple priorities in a high-pressure organization Ability to work with all levels of management with demonstrated ability to develop and motivate and influence others – both up and down the organization Strong presentation skills and techniques (SharePoint, PowerPoint) Desired Skills: Degree/Diploma qualified in Finance/ Supply Chain/BIS or other relevant qualification. 2-4 years previous experience in an analytical role, ideally within Supply Chain. Strong PC/software skills with the ability to design and maintain systems. Previous SAP experience a distinct advantage. Thorough understanding of Demand planning activities and models Strong track record of delivering results in an ever-changing environment Strong track record of driving continuous improvement – ideally LSS trained. Demonstrated project management, ideally with formal qualification Strong Analytical skills and decision-making ability Ability to organize and manage multiple priorities in a high-pressure organization PepsiCo products are enjoyed by consumers one billion times a day in more than 200 countries and territories around the world. PepsiCo generated approximately $63 billion in net revenue in 2016, driven by a complementary food and beverage portfolio that includes Frito-Lay, Gatorade, Pepsi-Cola, Quaker and Tropicana. PepsiCo’s product portfolio includes a wide range of enjoyable foods and beverages, including 22 brands that generate more than $1 billion each in estimated annual retail sales. At the heart of PepsiCo is Performance with Purpose – our fundamental belief that the success of our company is inextricably linked to the sustainability of the world around. We believe that continuously improving the products we sell, operating responsibly to protect our planet and empowering people around the world is what enables PepsiCo to run a successful global company that creates long-term value for society and our shareholders. For more information, visit www.pepsico.com. Relocation Eligible: Not Applicable Job Type: Temporary
Post-doctoral Researcher, APC Microbiome
2 Years, Fixed-term, Whole-time Post Position summary APC Microbiome Ireland is a trans-disciplinary research centre, with clinicians, clinician-scientists and basic scientists from diverse backgrounds working in teams, sharing ideas and resources. Although focused upon the gastrointestinal bacterial community (the microbiota), the scale and scope of the work has become one of the fastest moving areas of biology. The microbiota is not only a target for treatment and prevention of disease, it is a repository for functional food ingredients and even new drugs and is a source of novel biomarkers of disease risk. The scientific organisation of the APC consists of a matrix of ‘spokes’ or themes of intellectual pursuit which are supported by multiple horizontal or shared technology platforms. The Post-Doctoral Researcher will work within APC’s “Microbes to Molecules” theme which mines biological entities (‘pharmabiotics’) from the gut, including probiotics, prebiotics, bacteriocins, bacteriophages and other bioactive molecules with potential in food and pharmaceutical applications. The successful candidate will play an important lead role on an industry-funded project that investigates the effectivity of bioactives in extending product shelf life in the food industry. He/she will be joined by a research assistant and take on the leadership role within this project, directing and performing shelf-life trials and taking responsibility for reporting directly to the industry partner on project progress and developments. Several administration tasks will also be required as well as caretaking of essential equipment and their maintenance. The candidate will need experience in directing and performing independent research, have the necessary wet-lab skills, as well as an ability to take the lead on all the above-mentioned project reporting and administrative requirements on this project. The ideal candidate will be/have: Project Title: Microbes to Molecules – Targeted Project Post Duration: 2 Years Salary : €39,130 - €46,442 p.a. (IUA Salary Scale) For an information package including further details of the post see https://ore.ucc.ie/. Job ID: 053211. Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Professor Colin Hill, Professor of Microbial Food Safety, Principal Investigator - APC Microbiome Ireland. Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: + 353 (0) 21 490 137.
Post-doctoral Researcher, Department Of Government And Politics
36 Months, Fixed-Term, Whole-time Post Position summary This project, Knowing me-Knowing EU, is an Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Teacher training research grant. It focuses on researching and developing the teaching material and training courses on EU affairs at primary and post-primary education levels in Ireland. 87% of 15-30 year olds in Ireland consider that ‘learning about EU matters, such as the functioning of the EU and its institutions, EU history or European culture, should be part of compulsory school education’ (Flash Eurobarometer 455/2018, p.56). Yet, EU affairs are sparsely present in the curriculum. More importantly, very few teachers feel confident enough to tackle the subject in class due to their own lack of understanding of the issues and specifically of the structures and roles of the European Union. There is a significant gap at primary and post-primary level regarding the training of teachers in EU matters and the availability of teaching tools to organise debate and activities on the European Union, its policies and the role of Ireland within it. The successful candidate will work under the supervision of the PI to carry out the multi-disciplinary research into children political socialisation, deliberative democracy and pedagogies, and European Union’s latest debates. The project aims at delivering workable primary and post-primary teaching and training material on European Union related debates through agonistic deliberative pedagogies. It is therefore essential that the successful candidate have an excellent knowledge of academic debates on deliberative democracy as well as European Union issues. S/he, together with the PI, will also be asked to deliver all training courses to primary and post-primary teachers and accompany study-trips to Brussels. The successful candidate will contribute a few hours to another Erasmus+ project on Active European Citizenship. This will connect with his/her work on Knowing me-Knowing EU. It will be time-limited on key events such as Europe Day or Making Europe Personal. Project Title : Knowing me Knowing EU Post Duration: 36 months Salary: €39,130 - €46,442 p.a. (IUA Salary Scale) For an information package including further details of the post see https://ore.ucc.ie/. Job ID: 053313. Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Dr Emmanuelle Schön-Quinlivan, Lecturer in European Politics, Department of Government and Politics, Tel: + 353 (0) 21 4902325; Email: email@example.com
Clerical Officer Contract
CLERICAL OFFICER GRADE III Part Time, Fixed Term Contract For more than 100 years, Bon Secours Hospital has been meeting community needs and achieving break through medical advances in care. We are committed to providing our patients and their families with the very best care and the very best experience. Bon Secours has 5 technologically advanced hospitals located in Cork, Dublin, Galway, Tralee and Limerick and a Care Village in Cork. We are seeking applications from suitably qualified and experienced candidates for the position of Clerical Officer in our Cork hospital. The ideal candidate will Interested candidates should forward their CV and accompanying cover letter by email to Christine Lyons, HR Department, Bon Secours Hospital, Cork firstname.lastname@example.org. Closing date for applications is Monday 24th of January 2022. BON SECOURS HOSPITAL IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER
Basic Radiographer Contract
BASIC GRADE RADIOGRAPHER Fixed Term x6 Months Contract This position will include some late evening work and may include rotational Saturdays. The Diagnostic Imaging Department at the Bon Secours Hospital Cork is equipped with the most advanced technologies including a fully integrated RIS/PACS, digital x-ray and fluoroscopy equipment, including other imaging modalities such as MRI, CT, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine, Bone Densitometry, Mammography with Tomosynthesis, Interventional Radiology and Cardiac Angiography. The Radiology service at Bon Secours Hospital Cork partners with a very busy Oncology unit, elective Orthopaedic and pain management services, while also supporting a Medical Assessment Unit. Both adult and paediatric imaging are provided across a wide range of specialities. It is a particularly rewarding department to work in due to the great variety of patient profiles and the extensive range of specialities. Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced Radiographers. Essential Criteria: Informal enquiries regarding this post can be directed to Ciaran Walsh, Radiographic Services Manager directly via email email@example.com To Apply: Application for the above post is by way of letter and 1 copy of your Curriculum Vitae (unbound) to: Aine Ryan, Talent Acquisition Specialist, Bon Secours Hospital, College Road, Cork. Or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Closing date for receipt of completed applications is Wednesday 26th of January 2022 BON SECOURS HEALTH SYSTEM IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER