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VIP - Visual Information Provider (Cork)

Informed SourcesCork, County Cork

We are looking for a VIP - Visual Information Provider in Cork and the surrounding area. The contract will be for 4 days per week including Saturday. The initial contract will be for approximately 2 hours a day, starting at 11h00, for 4 days per week including Saturday, for a period of 3 months, with the possibility of longer-term work. This will suit people who are looking for some 8 hours of paid services per week. The successful candidate will be responsible for the price collection of various retail goods at different locations in Cork and the surrounding area. To be successful in this role, you will need: This role would ideally suit detail-oriented persons who are looking for flexibility and independence. If you are interested and ready to take on a role that empowers you, please hit the APPLY button to upload your CV now. Don't have a current CV? Click HERE to view the JobAlert.ie CV templates.

21 days agoContract

Store Assisant - Westside Retail Park, Ballincollig

ALDI IrelandBallincollig, Cork€14.80 - €16.90 per year

Position: Store Assisant - Westside Retail Park Contract Type: Permanent Salary: €14.80 - €16.90 per hour At Aldi, time just flies by. You’ll be involved in everything from checking off deliveries to dealing with customer queries and ensuring that the shelves are always fully stocked. And, of course, you’ll provide excellent customer service at all times by attending to customer needs in a prompt and friendly way. It’s a really fast-paced environment, and everyone understands exactly what needs to happen to make their store a success – and gets on with doing it. There’s a real family feel, and everyone pitches in as part of a close-knit team. About the job Benefits Application process The application process consists of an online application whereby successful candidates will then progress to the interview stage of the process.

23 days agoPart-time

Servers, Bartenders & Wait Staff - FLORIDA

be Hospitality SolutionsOutside of Ireland€12 - €16 per hour

Servers / Bartenders / Wait Staff - FLORIDA Relocation Costs & Assistance Will Be Provided €12 – €16 an hour Full job description We require  Waiter/Waitress ,  Server  or  Bartenders to Relocate to FLORIDA  who can provide outstanding service to our members and guests. As part of your role, you will be expected to Reference ID: USA24 Expected start date: 01/10/2024 CLICK THE APPLY NOW BUTTON

12 days agoFull-timeTemporary

General Operative

Back to Black LimitedNewmarket, Co. Cork

General operative , experience in power washing and painting, working at heights, fluent English, full clean driving license, safe pass . Excellent rates of pay.

15 days agoFull-timePart-time

Music Teachers Wanted Nationwide for September 2024

Creative KeyboardsNationwide€40 per hour

Music teachers wanted to teach keyboard as an after school activity in Primary schools Nationwide 3/5 afternoons per week from September 2024. Must be free from 1.30 pm in the day for 2/3 hours Group classes. Lesson plans, books and keyboards supplied. Training will be given between April-June with a September start Car essential Job Type: Fixed term Contract length: 9 months Pay: €40.00 per hour Particularly looking for candidates in the following areas at the moment; CLICK THE APPLY BUTTON NOW TO UPLOAD YOUR CV. PLEASE OUTLINE THE COUNTY THAT YOU ARE APPLYING FOR IN THE COVER NOTE / LETTER AREA. Don't have a current CV? Click HERE to view the JobAlert.ie CV templates.

16 days agoContract

Store Assistant - Main Street, Ballincollig

ALDI IrelandBallincollig, Cork€14.80 - €16.90 per year

Position: Store Assistant Contract Type: Permanent Salary: €14.80 - €16.90 per hour At Aldi, time just flies by. You’ll be involved in everything from checking off deliveries to dealing with customer queries and ensuring that the shelves are always fully stocked. And, of course, you’ll provide excellent customer service at all times by attending to customer needs in a prompt and friendly way. It’s a really fast-paced environment, and everyone understands exactly what needs to happen to make their store a success – and gets on with doing it. There’s a real family feel, and everyone pitches in as part of a close-knit team. About the job Benefits Application process The application process consists of an online application whereby successful candidates will then progress to the interview stage of the process.

23 days agoPart-time

Mystery Shoppers

Customer Perceptions LtdNationwide

Mystery Shoppers - Required Nationwide! Looking to earn an extra income? Would you like to earn cash while you shop? Customer Perceptions are recruiting  Mystery Shoppers  across Ireland. Flexible working hours are available to suit your needs. All you need is: ✅  Good observational skills ✅ The ability to recognise outstanding customer service ✅ A strong grasp of written and spoken English Click  Apply Now  to submit your application today! Don't have a current CV? No worries - Just click Apply Now and upload your letter of introduction through the cv section OR Click  HERE  to view the JobAlert.ie CV templates section and build your CV today! 🛑 IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE A RESPONSE WITHIN 4 WORKING DAYS OF SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION PLEASE DOUBLE-CHECK YOUR SPAM OR JUNK FOLDER 🛑

29 days agoPart-time

Clerical Officer

Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA)Cork€29,007 - €45,990 per year

Key Areas for Performance HIQA has identified key behavioural and technical competencies for effective performance through a Competency Framework as seen below. Please refer to the role description for an overview of each competency and the proficiency levels required for this role. For more in-depth information on the competencies. It is important that you review the full competency framework guidance document which is available at: https://www.hiqa.ie/about-us/careers. Proficiency Levels This Competency Framework is based on four levels of proficiency that build on each other: Emerging/Developing: The level of competency required to carry out some of the core requirements of the role, with support/leadership required to develop competency in other requirements Proficient: The level of competency required to carry out the core requirements of a role Skilled: The level of competency required to carry out the core requirements of a role, and develop capability in others or demonstrate the competency in a more senior or complex role Master: The level of competency required to carry out the core requirements of a role, develop capability in others, demonstrate the competency in a more senior or complex role and be seen as a role model in the organisation or field in that area of competence. Role Specific Tasks The key tasks and activities associated with the role: Principal Conditions of Service Probation: A probationary period of six months applies to this position. Pay: Candidates will be appointed on the minimum point of the salary scale (€29,007) and in accordance with the Department of Finance guidelines. The rate of remuneration will not be subject to negotiation. The incremental progression for this scale is in line with Government pay policy. The salary scale for this position is as follows: €29,007 €30,713 €31,146 €31,993 €33,240 €34,486 €35,732 €36,639 €37,666 €38,860 €39,701 €40,882 €42,057 €43,889 €45,330¹ €45,990 1. After 3 years’ satisfactory service at the maximum 2. After 6 years’ satisfactory service at the maximum Entry will be at the first point of the scale. An exception may occur where an appointee has been serving elsewhere in the public service in an analogous grade and pay-scale. In this case the appointment may be made at the appointee’s current point of scale. Please note the rate of remuneration may be adjusted from time to time in line with Government pay policy. Superannuation: Pensionable public servants (new joiners) recruited on or after 1 January 2013 will be members of the Single Public Service Pension Scheme. Please note that the Single Public Service Pension Scheme applies to all pensionable first-time entrants to the public service, as well as to former public servants returning to the public service after a break of more than 26 weeks. In certain circumstances, e.g. where the public servant was on secondment or approved leave or remains on the same contract of employment, the 26-week rule does not apply. The legislation giving effect to the Scheme is the Public Service Pensions (Single Scheme and Other Provisions) Act 2012. For those who are not subject to the Single Public Service Pension Scheme (e.g. those transferring from other public service employment where the break in service, if any, is less than 26 weeks), the terms of the Health Information and Quality Authority Superannuation Scheme will apply. Annual Leave: Annual leave is 22 rising to 23 after 5 years’ service and to 24 after 10 years’ service Hours of attendance: Hours of attendance will be fixed from time to time but will amount to not less than 35 per week. The appointee may be required to work additional hours from time to time as may be reasonable and necessary for the proper performance of his or her duties subject to the limits set down under working time regulations. Blended Working Arrangements HIQA has introduced Blended Working to offer more flexible working arrangements to all employees. We aim to strike a balance between being flexible, efficient, and resilient by facilitating blended working where practical, while enabling onsite interaction, collaboration, and support as required. All roles in HIQA have been assessed under the criteria of business needs and role suitability for blended working. This determined the proportion of time that employees will spend working in HIQA offices and working from home, depending on their role. Depending on the role, there may be a requirement to attend the office for more than the allocated number of days for training and on boarding purposes at the start of your employment and during the probation period. A review of our blended working model confirmed that this model is working well in HIQA therefore we are now moving from Interim Blended Working to a long term Blended Working Model. Our existing policy and documentation will be revised and updated once the framework for the Work-Life Balance and Miscellaneous Provisions Act is published. Our model is in line with the Civil Service Framework for Blended Working in Ireland. Further guidance on HIQA’s Blended Working Policy, which includes eligibility criteria will be issued to successful candidate/s. This is an opt-in policy and details on how you can apply will be issued to you before you start.

14 days agoFull-time

Trainee Parts Advisor

Johnson & Perrott LtdDouglas Road, Cork

About Us:  Join an award-winning team at Johnson & Perrott Motor Group! For the 10th consecutive year, we have been recognized as one of Deloitte's Best Managed Companies for 2023. We are now seeking a Trainee Parts Advisor to join our Dealership Team. Job Summary:  Johnson and Perrott Motor Group is seeking dedicated individuals to join our Douglas Road Parts Team. The successful candidate will receive comprehensive training and you will work as part of the aftersales team, to continuously deliver the highest level of satisfaction to internal and external customers. What do I learn as a Trainee Parts Advisor: During your training you will learn: Required Education, Skills, and Qualifications: Strong Team Player:  You must be highly organized, flexible, and work effectively as part of a team, demonstrating excellent interpersonal skills with colleagues. Problem-Solving Skills:  Possess strong problem-solving abilities to address challenges. IT Proficiency:  Exhibit good IT skills and demonstrate exceptional attention to detail, accuracy, and numeracy skills. Benefits: Competitive Compensation:  We offer a competitive package, with access to a pension scheme once eligible. 4 Day Work Week:  Enjoy a 4 Day Work Week with this role. Wellness Initiatives:  We prioritize your well-being and offer wellness programs to support your health and happiness. Bonus Opportunities:  We provide sales and employee referral bonuses to reward your contributions to our team. Employee Assistance Program:  Access to a support program to assist with any challenges you may face.

3 days agoFull-time

Assistant Manager

Cork County CouncilCork€49,706 - €59,456 per year

SECTION 1: THE ROLE Reporting to the General Manager, the Assistant Manager will assist in the co-ordination and management of the development and operation of Camden Fort Meagher. The post will combine day-to-day staff and site management duties with supporting the General Manager and interpreting the history of Camden Fort Meagher to the public. This will involve ongoing operational duties; organisational skills and excellent customer care to ensure visitors gain the best possible experience of their visit. The role requires a talented and creative thinker to assist in the leading and management of a varied team in the promotion and continued development of Camden Fort Meagher as an internationally significant multi-use location. He/she will also support the General Manager in the fort’s integration with the broader socio-economic offering of Cork Harbour and environs with key links to the local community in Crosshaven, Cobh, Cork City and other local attractions. The objective is to unlock the story and potential, unique to Cork, that will enable Camden Fort Meagher to maintain and build on its global tourism brand. The Assistant Manager is required to support the collaboration and coordination of the fort’s activities with other council owned and supported attractions in Cork Harbour. The Assistant Manager will contribute to the promotion of all aspects of this exciting Camden Fort Meagher project including assisting with the identification of key partners and the development of critical working relationships. You will be expected to participate in project management, marketing, and communication to achieve ambitious business targets in the tourism sector set by Cork County Council and assist in guiding a varied team in brand development and implementation of global marketing and PR campaigns, all the while building key customer relationships. 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 Assist with the day-to-day management, supervision, development and deployment of relevant staff and volunteers as appropriate. This includes organising staff rotas, checking timesheets, authorising annual leave, and recording staff absences as well as organising training for all part-time and casual staff, as required, in liaison with the General Manager. 1. Ordering materials and stock, where required. 2. Assist with the recruitment and selection of staff, where required. 3. Manage the operation of the ticket office and gift shop, including all areas of retail sales, stock management and financial controls. 4. Deal with visitor queries, online, via telephone and in person. 5. Undertake front-of-house duties as necessary. 6. Act as Duty Manager for events and deputising for the General Manager including liaising with outside authorities when required to ensure the smooth running of the fort and special events. 7. General premises safety, including building security and the prompt reporting of any defects. 8. Explaining, researching, and interpreting the history of the fort to the public. 9. Ensure the highest standards of customer care are in place at all times to provide an excellent experience for all visitors. 10. Maintain management record for fort operations. 11. Contribute with the development and implementation of proactive communications, international marketing, and PR strategy across a wide customer base in order to promote Camden Fort Meagher and develop a successful brand. 12. Support a collaborative working relationship with the management of other Cork County Council owned attractions to maximise the offering to the harbour visitor. 13. Any other duties that may be assigned. The above specification is not intended to be a comprehensive list of all duties involved and consequently, 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. SECTION 3: ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA / QUALIFICATIONS 1. Character Each candidate must be of good character and the successful applicant will be subject to Garda Vetting prior to any appointment being confirmed. 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 - a) Be well educated. A recognised degree or equivalent professional qualification in a relevant discipline, such as a post-graduate Management / Tourism or Marketing qualification would be desirable. b) Possess a full driving license and have the use of a vehicle. c) Fluency in a second / foreign language would be an advantage. 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 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 Skillset In the context of the key duties and responsibilities for the post listed above, the ideal candidate will demonstrate the following knowledge, experience, skills and competencies. • Experience in the supervision of staff, developing motivation and commitment, and maintaining sound employee relations. • Ability to delegate work effectively including the correct level of supervision and feedback. • Strong communication and interpersonal skills, with highly developed influencing and engagement skills including issue/conflict resolution. • Excellent organisational skills. • Ability to deliver work and projects on time often under pressure and to tight deadlines. • A high level of customer focus with proven skills and experience in customer and key stakeholder engagement including community and public bodies. • Ability to take responsibility for customer concerns raised and see them through to conclusion. • Ability to proactively develop initiatives to improve customer services. • A high level of personal commitment, with an ability to create a culture of trust and openness where all members of the team will benefit. • Must be able to demonstrate ability for tact, diplomacy, and confidentiality. • Experience of working in retail and/or tourism environment. • Commitment to health and safety. • Experience of using ICT systems including Microsoft Office, Integra and social media. • Ability to work effectively as part of a team and flexibility to use own initiative. • Ability to work evenings, weekends and bank holidays when required. • Experience of working in a historic interpretation environment is preferred but not essential. 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. Leadership Potential • Is flexible and willing to adapt, positively contributing to the implementation of change. • Contributes to the development of policies in own area and the broader Department/Organisation. • Seeks to understand the implications of taking a particular position on issues and how interdependencies need to be addressed in a logical and consistent way. • Maximises the contribution of the team, encouraging ownership, providing support and working effectively with others. • Formulates a perspective on issues considered important and actively contributes across a range of settings. Interpersonal & Communication Skills • Communicates in a fluent, logical, clear and convincing manner verbally and in writing. • Is able to listen effectively and develop a two-way dialogue quickly. • Maintains a strong focus on meeting the needs of internal and external customers. • Effectively influences others to take action. • Works to establish mutual understanding to allow for collaborative working. • Works effectively. Analysis & Decision Making • Is skilled at policy analysis and development, challenging the established wisdom and adopting an open-minded approach. • Quickly gets up to speed in a complex situation, rapidly absorbing all relevant information/date (written and oral). • Uses numerical data skilfully to understand and evaluate business issues. • Identifies key themes and patterns in and across different sources of information, drawing sound and balanced conclusions. • Sees the logical implications of taking a particular position on an issue. • Is resourceful and creative, generating original approaches when solving problems and making decision. Delivery of Results • Assumes personal responsibility for and delivers on agreed objectives/goals. • Manages and progresses multiple projects and work activities successfully. • Accurately estimates time parameters for projects and manages own time efficiently, anticipating obstacles and making contingencies for overcoming these. • Maintains a strong focus on meeting the needs of customers at all times. • Ensures all outputs are delivered to a high standard and in an efficient manner. • Uses resources effectively, at all times challenging processes to improve efficiencies. SECTION 5: TENURE The position is temporary and fulltime. The post is pensionable. A panel may be formed to fill this position and any vacancies for Assistant Manager - Camden Fort Meagher that may arise during the lifetime of the panel. SECTION 6: SALARY The Salary scale for the post is: €49,706 - €59,456 per annum. €49,706 – €51,193 – €52,709 – €54,256 – €55,816 – €57,633 (1st LSI) (after 3 years satisfactory service on the Maximum), €59,456 (2nd LSI) (after 3 years satisfactory service on the 1st 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 Camden Fort Meagher, Camden Road, Crosshaven, Co. Cork. Holders of the office shall reside in the district in which their duties are to be performed or within a reasonable distance thereof. 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. 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, thirty-five hour working week. This will include working weekends during the season on a rotational basis with the General Manager on a time off in lieu basis. Hours worked in excess of thirty-five hours will be compensated on a time in lieu basis or other such means as may be necessary from time to time, by agreement with the General Manager – Camden Fort Meagher. SECTION 9: ANNUAL LEAVE The current annual leave entitlement is 30 days per annum. 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).

10 days agoFull-time
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