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We have a Full-Time Butcher position (40+ Hours) in our Moldova Stores around Ireland. Experience is not essential, as full training will be given. You will be working in a friendly environment, with a great team that works together and help each other out. One of spoken language required : Romanian , English , Russian.
We have a Full-Time retail assistant position (40+ Hours) in our Moldova Stores around Ireland. Experience is not essential, as full training will be given. You will be working in a friendly environment, with a great team that works together and help each other out. One of spoken language required : Romanian , English , Russian. Duties and responsibilities are as follows:
Costa Coffee requires a Team Leader for our store in Coleraine. 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: -
Costa Coffee requires a Team Member for our store in Magherafelt. 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: -
National Inspection Manager
Purpose of Role: The Position of the National Inspection Manager is to line manage, support, and professionally supervise the role of Inspection & Registration Managers (IRM’s) and other relevant staff within the Early Years Inspectorate (both preschool and sac). Reporting Relationship Head of Inspection & Assessment, Children’s Services Regulation Duties and Responsibilities Main Duties and Responsibilities Professional • To manage the Operational functions of the Inspection teams and resources nationally. • To manage the inspection process as purveyed by the Child and Family Agency Act 2013 and any regulations made there under. • To manage the inspection processes as purveyed by Early Years Inspectorate National Policy and Procedures. • To maintain systems and procedures to support oversight of the work of the Inspection & registration managers and EYI (project) staff. • With the relevant Inspection and Registration Manager to process and risk assess all received notified events as received under Regulation 31 of the Early Years Regulations 2016. • To Liaise as appropriate with the Non-Government Organisation) sector, service providers, stakeholders and the other statutory bodies in relation to the early years sector • Ensure quality assurance processes are in place that support the delivery and implementation of an effective inspection service. • Manage external relationships with other regulatory bodies and key stakeholders • Provide editorial oversight, guidance and advice to inspectors regarding the production of Inspection Reports and ensure all reports are prepared to the highest standards for public dissemination • Be a member of the senior management team and chair the early years operations management team within the Early Years Inspectorate • Convene regional interagency meetings to identify impediments at regional and national level to the effective and efficient progress of the inspection service. • To represent the Inspectorate on regional and national forums • To participate on the Early Years Registration & Enforcement panel and Conditions Panel for both pre-school and School aged services. • To ensure that the register of services is maintained at operational level and monthly updates on activity are returned in a timely fashion • Maintain and report on all data collection in relation to inspections as a basis for driving high quality statistics and database. This includes setting performance indicators for the operational division of the service. • Monitor and evaluate inspection coverage and ensure inspections are intelligence led • Provide service delivery and planning reports on the operations as required, contribute to the business plans and annual reports. • Ensure the implementation of current and evolving legislation, policies and procedures, guidelines, protocols and standardised operation procedures. • Provide professional leadership in the delivery of a high quality service. • Ensure anti-discriminatory practice and cultural competence, at individual and service levels. • Ensure the provision of appropriate professional supervision to all relevant staff in your area. • Avail of appropriate supervision to ensure own on-going competency to supervise other staff. • To manage the operational side of the management of unsolicited information received regarding an early years’ service. • To manage any complaints from the public and others in respect of the performance of the inspectorate. • Supports and undertake audits and implements the learning. • Maintains the risk register for the Inspectorate. Management • Lead, motivate, support and supervise the inspection and registration managers and EYI (Project) Staff to deliver high quality inspections that promote the safeguarding and wellbeing of children. Take a lead role in the implementation of all policy, procedures and Standard Operating Procedures as agreed by the National Office. • Be responsible for the overall management and performance of work activity nationally in keeping with good professional practice and subject to agreed policy directives and priorities. • Report and advise on staffing needs. • Ensure the Early Years’ service complies with relevant HR and other policies, procedures and guidelines. • Contribute to the development of policies, procedures and guidelines in relation to the Early Years’ Service, engaging staff as appropriate. • Ensure that there are appropriate systems in place to gather relevant information. • Ensure compliance with a high standard of documentation, including service user files in accordance with local guidelines and the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act and Data Protection Act. • Ensure operational service user and data confidentiality. • Collaborate and work with the Regulatory Practice Development Team (RPDT) of CSR on operational areas, quality improvement initiatives and research. • Any other duties that may be assigned to him/her by the Head of Inspection & Assessment or designated Manager. Finance • To assist in ensuring expenditure is controlled within budget and identify potential for savings through improved practice and innovation. Education & Training • Maintain standards of practice and levels of professional knowledge by participating in continuous professional development initiatives and attendance at courses as appropriate. • Engage in career and professional development planning. • Oversee the provision of a framework for the promotion of staff development and training by making recommendations with regard to the ongoing education, mentoring, training and in-service needs of the inspection and team. Health & Safety • Comply with and contribute to the development of policies, procedures, guidelines and safe professional practice and adhere to relevant legislation, regulations and standards. • Have a working knowledge of the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) Standards as they apply to the service for example National Standards for Child Protection and Care and comply with associated Tusla – Child and Family Agency protocols for implementing and maintaining these standards as appropriate to the role. • To support, promote and actively participate in sustainable energy, water and waste initiatives to create a more sustainable, low carbon and efficient health service. The above Job Description 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. Eligibility Criteria Qualifications and / or Experience Applicants must by the closing date of application have the following: • Relevant qualification in health, social care, early years or business administration to minimum level 8 or equivalent. • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a senior leadership and management role. • Minimum of 2 years’ experience with the application of administrative law and procedures. 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 Skills, competencies and/or knowledge Professional Knowledge • Awareness of children and young people’s participatory practice • Possesses a high level of professional knowledge relevant to the sector and the tasks of the office. • Has the ability to deal with challenging and sometimes difficult situations in a constructive fashion. • Maintains composure when dealing with crises and keeps a sense of perspective and balance. • Has a sense of willingness to learn from experience and to identify opportunities to further grow and develop. • Has a clear view of what is required to achieve immediate and long term corporate objectives. • Develops targets and goals to ensure the framework and structures are fit for purpose. • Development of policies, legislation and procedures congruent with the operations and functioning of the early year’s regulatory model. • Has a high level of project management experience. • Has a competent level of professional report writing and data collation. • Proven experience of implementation of policy legislation, and sound administrative practices. • To manage time effectively undertaking comprehensive and methodical preparation from a variety of sources to ensure that inspections are robust, consistent and effective. Leadership and Team Working • Is an effective leader who encourages and facilitates team performance • Creates a work environment that encourages creative thinking and participation. • Maintains focus, intensity and persistence, even under increasingly complex and demanding conditions. • Balances change with continuity – continually strives to improve service delivery. • Project planning and management of large scale administrative and regulatory functions. • Listen and takes on board the opinion of others • Ensures that resources are effectively deployed and managed. • Advocates for quality systems with emphasis on performance management. • Audits and quality assures the performance and activities of the operational division of the inspectorate. Analytical Skills, Evaluating Information and Decision Making • Has the ability to rapidly collate, assimilate and analyse complex information. • Demonstrates sound practical judgement and decisiveness • Anticipates problems and considers the impact of decisions before taking action. • Recognises when to involve other parties (at the appropriate time and level). • Uses experience to generate a number of possible alternatives • Makes timely evidence based decisions. • Has ability to analyse the impact of leadership actions and approach. • Can anticipate impact on service users and can appropriately balance competing demands and challenges. • Contribute to knowledge management and business intelligence processes within the Inspectorate. • Judgements will be based on clear and incisive thinking. They identify priorities and gather and analyse evidence to evaluate options before arriving at well-reasoned, justifiable decisions. Communication and Interpersonal Skills • Displays high level of interpersonal and communication skill –written and verbal • Works skilfully across organisations, actively liaises with individuals and groups internally and externally. • Is committed to building a professional network. • Balances diplomacy and tact with a firm , objective approach that demonstrates assertiveness as appropriate • Is committed to working co-operatively with and influencing others. • Ability to engage effectively with a range of audiences, to manage a broad cross section of internal clients and competing demands. • Proven ability in report writing and production of information for public dissemination. • Proven ability of problem solving and industrial relations. • Promotes and maintains confidentiality and security in transmission, storage and management of data and information. The Salary scale for the whole time equivalent of this post is: The Salary scale for the whole time equivalent of this post is: €74,090, €75,963, €78,926, €81,912, €84,874, €87,843, €90,799