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Director/Couple Wanted for Cahermoyle Limerick

Cahermoyle Limerick NationwideFull-time

** Job Vacancy Limerick** Creative Director/Couple Wanted for Cahermoyle Athenaeum, Limerick, Ireland What are we looking for? A unique position required – looking for a dynamic director/couple to live in a magnificent mansion on over 40 acres in the wild Irish Countryside. The right people are needed to anchor a creative community in this beautiful old house and the surrounding land and to help develop a holistic, sustainable internationally recognised English language school. This position will be perfect for you if you would like the chance to put your personality, passion and focus into something sustainable, holistic and beautiful. Couple or two friends. Accommodation, bills and utilities included. Job Description This position has big responsibilities and is not just a passive caretaker role – the ideal candidate will oversee the running of an enterprise, developing and delivering a business plan and managing cash flow. This is a fully residential position and areas of responsibility include caretaking a beautiful, historic property and helping develop it into its next phase of life. You will be involved in setting up an International English School, along with a sustainable organic farm. You will receive coaching and mentoring to support you in your role. HOW TO APPLY Apply below with subject line "Job Position Cahermoyle" and include the following;

4 days ago

Entry Level Graphic Designer

Learning PoolDerryEntry level

About the role Part of the Learning Experience Team, Learning Pool’s Design team is responsible for all design output across key areas of the business. As a Graphic Designer at the start of your Commercial career, you will be working within a creative, supportive design team in a busy production environment delivering beautiful design across bespoke e-learning content, our range of catalogues and marketing projects. The perfect candidate will have a solid foundation of design skills as well as a natural flair all of their own. You will appreciate the benefits of giving and receiving feedback and have the ability to efficiently incorporate this into your workflow. Highly communicative with colleagues and clients, you will have clear personal development goals. What you'll be doing The key responsibilities of this role include: Working at Learning Pool The Learning Pool team is filled with 200 people who have a real passion for what they do. We’ve got a fresh approach to partnering with our customers. One that makes a real difference with a 98% customer recommendation rate. We are a full-service online training and analytics provider, offering courses, tools, and content creation to nearly 800 organizations and 2.5 million learners. With the largest and most flexible catalogue of learning content on the market, we deliver a highly customized learning experience, at a fraction of the cost of a bespoke project. We support organizations globally with their training blend, including personalized learning, gamification and AI-driven performance support. Learning Pool won the 2018 Learning Technologies Company of the Year, received a 2020 Stevie Award for Customer Service, is listed annually in the Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For and is a Gold Investors In People company. In addition, the company is the only Core Leader offering Lower Total Cost of Ownership solutions in the 2020 Fosway Digital Learning 9-Grid.

14 hours ago

2020 Apprenticeship Campaign

Irish RailNationwideApprenticeship

Iarnród Éireann Irish Rail is a proud dynamic leader in the transport network - our depots are state of the art and our fleet is expanding with growing passenger numbers. We are delighted to launch our 2020 Apprenticeship Campaign and welcome applications. Our apprentices are trained to the highest possible technical standards in an extremely safety conscious environment. In keeping with our company vision to continuously grow and improve, we are seeking ambitious female and male Apprentices to join our one team and grow with us across three trades: The educational requirements that must be obtained at the time of application to the Apprenticeship Programme are as follows: Junior Certificate (Ordinary Level): Grade C or higher at Ordinary Level in the Junior Certificate (or equivalent) in one sitting in the following subjects: Irish or English Mathematics Science* Any two other subjects (Grade D or higher on higher level papers is acceptable). * If you have not obtained the required grade in Science, the following is acceptable in: Junior Certificate - Technology, Art, Craft & Design, Technical Graphics, Materials Technology (Wood), Home Economics or Metalwork. Foundation level in the Junior Certificate is not acceptable. OR Leaving Certificate Grade D or higher at Ordinary Level in the Leaving Certificate (or equivalent) in one sitting in the following subjects: Irish or English Mathematics Science Subject* Any two other subjects *Agricultural Science, Applied Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Physics and Chemistry. * If you have not obtained the required grade in any of the above Science Subjects the following is acceptable at Leaving Certificate Level: Art, Construction Studies, Design and Communication Graphics, Engineering, Home Economics and Technology. How to Apply Do you enjoy practical work and working with your hands? Would you like to earn your academic qualification while working in a globally recognised industry? Have you got the attitude to succeed? Would you like to travel and work around the rail network while completing your Apprenticeship? Do you think you’re ready to kick start your career with us? If the above appeals to you, the apply before close of business on Friday 24th July 2020. Apply Now Placements will commence in Autumn 2020 and applicants must be at least 16 years of age on or before the 1st August, 2020. Each candidate will be required to undertake aptitude tests and the results will be used to compile a shortlist for interview purposes. At Iarnród Éireann Irish Rail, we really do value our people. We believe in recognising & supporting those with the aptitude and the attitude to succeed. The suitable aspirants will illustrate compatibility with our company values & competencies via a multiple stage selection process including online assessments, an interview and a medical examination. Iarnród Éireann Irish Rail is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

16 hours ago

Project Planner

Irish RailNationwide

The DART Expansion Programme is a transformative railway project, which will modernise and improve the existing rail network, which radiates from Dublin City Centre. It will provide a sustainable, electrified, faster, reliable and user-friendly rail system, which increases train frequencies and customer carrying capacity. It will create a full metropolitan area DART network for Dublin, with all the lines linked and connected. This will transform the rail system in the Greater Dublin Area, delivering new DART services between the City Centre and Drogheda, Maynooth - M3 Parkway and Hazelhatch - Celbridge. DART Expansion will enable an increase in capacity network-wide from the Regions to the GDA. €2 billion has been allocated to DART Expansion under the National Development Plan 2018-2027. The cumulative network effect of DART Expansion, subject to Government authorisation and funding, will increase customer capacity from circa 26,000 customers per hour per direction to circa 52,000 passengers per hour per direction by 2027 - 2028, with capacity to increase to a peak of 70,000 passengers per hour per direction thereafter, subject to further fleet procurement. As part of the DART expansion team, the planner will be responsible for analysing programmes received from our consultants with a focus on logic and delay/float/critical path. The received programmes will be consolidated into a master programme that will be maintained and managed by the successful candidate. Liaising with managers and engineers to discuss the progress of the project and address any issues. Review and maintain construction schedules/progress database and plans. Salary Range : (commensurate with suitable qualifications and experience) €64k – 77k (plus relocation or non-resident package as applicable) Requirements Essential To apply for this role, please refer to the role category in the subject line of your e-mail and send a copy of your CV to by Monday the 27th of July .

16 hours ago


Sticks'n'SushiOxford£15 an hourFull-timePart-time

From our Copenhagen beginnings our intention was always to be one of a kind. For over 25 years we have served high-quality, fresh, traditional sushi and yakitori sticks from the grill (often with a Danish twist). In that time, we have tried to only employ people with big smiles and small egos. We don’t want to waste our time on colleagues who aren’t team players, or unskilful people who think they’re the mutt’s nuts. We employ people with personalities. People who think ‘we’ rather than ‘I’. People who take their work, but not themselves, too seriously, are the ones everybody likes the most. Attitudes like that have never scared away a guest or annoyed a colleague. It’s an attitude we rate highly. Excellence, Mérydelser and Kaizen - THAT’S US – We strive to be the greatest hosts serving excellent service and food, going the extra mile for our guests and never too proud to admit mistakes and refuse to not better ourselves We reward extremely well based on attitude, experience and technical skills. We offer great benefits, excellent training, growth and flexibility of work that’s right for you. If you would like to be our next New Fish please apply now. We are looking for: Chefs Sushi is about technique, tradition and precision. To work with us, your hands, head and heart must be in complete harmony. We love Chefs who can thrive in a kitchen full of pride, pace and energy. If you have a passion for Japanese food (or would love to learn it), have a burning desire to serve smiling sushi and sizzling sticks Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Permanent Salary: £15.00 per hour Experience:

20 hours ago

Field Sales Representative

WebrecruitDerry£20,500 a year

Field Based (covering a territory in Northern Ireland) Are you a positive and results-driven field sales professional seeking your next challenge? Want to contribute to the ongoing growth of a business that’s experienced global success with their ground-breaking products? If so, read on. The Company Operating at the forefront of the nail art revolution, our client is a successful Belfast-based company specialising in the design and manufacture of nail art printers. Working in partnership with some leading names in tech, our client uses advanced printing solutions to combine technology and fashion. Having experienced international success with their freestanding kiosks, our client is launching a new countertop nail art printer. Specifically designed to satisfy the high level of demand from hairdressers, nail bars, brow bars and other retailers and service providers, the countertop printer is the perfect way for existing businesses to increase their revenue and footfall. Our client is now looking for a number of Field Sales Representatives to join them and maximise sales of the countertop printer within their territory. The Benefits You may have previously held the title of Field Sales Executive, Territory Sales Representative, Area Sales Rep, Sales Executive, Sales Representative, BDE, or Business Development Executive. Webrecruit Ireland and our clients are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be. So, if you’re seeking your next challenge as a Field Sales Representative, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit Ireland Ltd. The services advertised by Webrecruit Ireland Ltd are those of an Employment Agency.

2 days ago

Data Entry Clerk

Ganymede Solutions LtdNewcastle Upon Tyne£13 an hourPermanent

Location Newcastle upon Tyne Job-type Contract Salary £13 - 13 per hour Contact Colin Earp Call 01332 861 327 Reference C-12089865-CE Data Entry Clerk Contract Length: - 3 Months Rolling Location: - Newcastle Rate: - £12.50 per hour (PAYE) Role Description A vacancy has arisen for a Data Entry Clerk to join a main contractor that specialises in Rail, Construction and Civil Engineering. The hours of work will be Sunday to Thursday 10pm – 7.30am and Saturday 9pm-8.30am. Duties and responsibilities will include but may not be limited to: - This position is home based but as the role develops you may be required to attend site so a driving licence and access to your own vehicle is a must. You must also be willing to work nights and have access to your own laptop and mobile phone. If you are interested in applying for this position, please send your CV to or call 07787 289 264 for more information. Ganymede Solutions specialises in Manufacturing, Infrastructure, Civil, Transportation and general Engineering recruitment on both a permanent and contract basis – for more opportunities like this one, visit our website. By applying you accept the terms of our Privacy Notice which can be found on our website. .

2 days ago

Local Plans Officer

UK Government - Planning InspectorateBristol Bs1£25,666 - £27,122 a yearPart-time

As part of the Local Plans team you will be regularly speaking with the Local Planning Authorities to gain insight and information to assist us with our forecasting. You will need to be confident in building relationships with a wide variety of stakeholders from both across the organisation and outside of it. You will also be involved in improving our processes to make better use of technology and to ensure we manage our data and comply with legislation. You will draft Local Plan briefings on things such as ongoing Plan progress and trends. You will manage and analyse customer survey returns and be responsible for maintaining Local Plans statistical information so you will also need good IT skills and be comfortable understanding and managing different types of information. You will also assist in the delivery of Programme Officer training. If you are interested in joining a small but busy team who deal with a wide variety of non-routine tasks, and you are someone who prides themselves on their performance and putting the customer at the heart of what you do then we would very much welcome your application. Responsibilities Essential

3 days ago

Home Working

KuraGlasgow G4 0jy

We are Kura: Start date: 27th July 2020 Shifts: Rotational shift pattern Operational Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-8pm and Saturday 8.30am-4pm Location - You will be required to initially work from home (Glasgow based). Due to the Coronavirus pandemic we are looking at home working solutions for upcoming training groups to stay within government guidelines and keep you safe whilst in lockdown. If you are successful in your interview, you would be eligible for this if you have: A laptop/ A desktop Sufficient Broadband/Wi-Fi A mobile phone A USB Headset or Headphones Our Client is one of the largest utility companies in the world focused on delivering a sustainable, greener energy future. Our client’s inbound SME team are looking for Customer Service Advisors to join their team, you will be the first point of contact for our client’s customers, assisting with any problems they may have. As a Customer Service Advisor within the inbound SME team you will liaise with SME customers, understand their requirements recognise their needs to provide the best service in order to reach your targets . What we need from you.: All employees will be subject to drug and alcohol testing.

3 days ago

Communications Officers In The Civil Service

Public Appointments ServiceNationwide

The Civil service has vacancies for Communications Officers. Every day the Civil Service makes a vital contribution to Irish life. Everything the Civil Service does - from carrying out the work of Government to delivering frontline public services - impacts Ireland in some way. Improving communication capacity across Government Departments is a key enabler to ensure effective policy implementation and strong public understanding of the work being carried out by Civil Servants in delivering for the people of Ireland. The Communications Officer post is a multi-faceted role. In this role you will be involved in a variety of disciplines, such as internal and external communications, media relations (traditional and social), events, campaigns and customer service. The post presents a range of exciting opportunities to serve the public through the development of clear, informative and citizen focused communications in support of the work of your Department/Agency The successful candidates must hold a qualification at least Level 7 on the National Framework of Qualifications in Journalism or MultiMedia/Communications, Marketing or Public Relations, or have at least 2 years relevant experience, working in communications, a press office, public relations, or an equivalent field. It is envisaged that most vacancies that arise over the lifetime of the panel will be in Dublin. Specific details of the post including eligibility requirements can be found in the candidate information booklet available on Closing date: 3pm,Thursday, 23rd of July 2020 For more information and how to apply, visit: The Public Appointments Service is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and encourage applications under all nine grounds of the Employment Equality Act.

3 days ago
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