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Personal Lines Executives
Following an already successful recruitment for a remote position whoops.ie is seeking to recruit a further 2 x Personal Lines Executives on a remote basis & 1 x Sligo Office-Based We are offering an exciting opportunity to an enthusiastic individual who wishes to develop their career in insurance broking. Our ideal candidate will have an insurance qualification (or be working towards) and will have experience in Insurance broking & customer service. Job Specification: Personal Lines Renewals Executive – 2 x Fully Remote Working / 1 x Sligo Office Based The Role will include: Click Apply Now to submit your CV & Cover note today!
Tour Driver/Guides & Tour Concierge
ProBus & Car are Irelands leading tour company. Every tour we provide is bespoke, tailored and of an extremely high standard. Involving a unique blend of sightseeing, scenery and unique opportunities we pride in making every adventure one of a kind and good humoured. With access to industry leading vehicles we provide our drivers with all the tools necessary to excel and fulfil their role to maximum potential. Given the level of service we provide our clients in the main are affluent, sophisticated, demanding but generous when served well. We are now looking for the following: Tour driver/guides and Tour concierge - We're passionate about the services we provide and are seeking individuals with the highest of ambitions and dedication. For these people we will invest the time and effort to progress and develop candidates into our touring roles which will include an extensive training program. Touring is a very involved role but given the extremely high calibre of client for a person with the right mindset will be lucrative. Expenses are covered and pay is industry leading for those who's ambitions and levels of attention to detail are matching the quality of working conditions we provide. Dublin based chauffeurs - We offer our customers a high standard, reliable executive car service to travel in comfort discreetly. With a vast array of customers from corporate to tourism this opportunity offers an interesting role. We posses the newest and most up to date BMW 5 series where our customers can require anything from airport transfers to large event movements for executives. Extensive training will be provided. Successful candidates will be provided all the necessary equipment, from maintained and cleaned cars to personal issued phones and ipads allowing for hassle free working environment Given the nature of airports and transfer volumes this is a role that requires flexibility and an open minded approach. Duties include but are not limited to: Excellent all round knowledge of Ireland and delivering this to the customer in an interesting and exciting way maintaining and cleanliness of the vehicle provided Organisation of activities, walks, site visits etc Meeting and greeting guests Can do attitude and ability to cater to the needs and interests of the customers Requirements that would give an advantage: PSV Class D or D1 Experience in tourism, history, guiding or customer service is not essential but would a positive. Good people person skills - reliable, punctual and personable are important. An ability to show initiative, creativity, flexibility and outside the box thinking are a distinct advantage. Application Method Please apply to this vacancy by the following means: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Business Operations Manager
Principal Duties and Responsibilities The position of Grade VIII Business Operations Manager, eHealth encompasses managerial, planning and administrative responsibilities which include the following: Administration The Salary scale for the post is: €71,077, €71,715, €74,520, €77,336, €80,130, €82,937, €85,726 (01.02.2022)
National Director, Clinical Transformation and Implementation
Purpose of the Post The role will be accountable for leading clinical transformation and implementation within the CCO function and supporting the CCO to deliver the design and implementation of clinical transformation. The post holder will create and drive connectivity from a planning and strategy perspective, translating the design of clinical pathways and transformation into operational services, improving the services in line with the outcomes of the NCPs, ultimately delivering benefits for patients. The role will provide leadership and co-ordination for the implementation of key programmes of work. The National Director, Clinical Transformation and Implementation will be accountable for: · Ensuring clinical strategy, models of care and care pathways are prioritised and implemented in line with organisational need and corporate strategy. · Providing leadership to support the translation of clinical needs into transformation programmes including the design and implementation of clinical change management processes and frameworks Principal Duties and Responsibilities Remuneration The Salary scale for the post is €177,847 per year
Regional HR Manager
Purpose of Role: The post holder is responsible for the delivery and implementation of best practice HR services within the region, including management and guidance in relation to HR, IR/ER best practice. Working with the Management Team/s, the HR Manager will provide guidance on HR Strategies, policy and governance on people related matters to influence, monitor and support the changing structure and workforce, with a focus on change management, workforce planning and capability building. Provide HR, IR/ER management to the regional teams in the delivery of the organisational strategy in line with legislation, government policy and the HR Strategy to ensure the seamless integrated delivery of services within the agency Reporting Relationship The post holder will report to the Director of Human Resources. Tusla Child and Family Agency Transformation Programme may impact on this role and as structures change, the job description and reporting relationships may be reviewed and updated. Duties and Responsibilities Main Duties and Responsibilities Leadership & Direction • Ensure that the agreed HR standards, practices, policies and procedures are in operation across the Service • Ensure the implementation of Tusla Corporate and Business Plans and People and Change Strategy in support of the development and deployment of human resources within the Service to achieve service objectives • Provide leadership to ensure the HR policies, programmes and activities in the Service are aligned to the corporate vision and goals • Assist in the development and implementation of strategies that promote Tusla – Child and Family Agency as an employer of choice to attract highly competent staff with the appropriate skill mix to deliver services • Assist in the development of an organisational culture that values people, their skills, ideas and contributions • Champion change and innovation and communicate the vision of change within the Region to ensure understanding and buy-in • Contribute to the national corporate agenda on HR matters as appropriate Operational Management • Provide expert HR, Employee Relations and Industrial Relations support, advice, direction and guidance to the Services Management Team on all HR policies and procedures in respect of their individual teams to ensure compliance with best practice on employment policies, procedures and relevant legislation • Working with the Regional/National HR teams in implementing HR systems and processes that support corporate objectives through performance achievement and good governance • Assist in the roll-out of HR Strategies across the Service in support of the organisational business plan and strategic goals • Provide communication to and feedback from Corporate HR Directorate on the effectiveness of HR in all areas across the region and work with Regional HR colleagues to action feedback • Work collaboratively with all HR Management colleagues in each of the other Regions and Services to ensure consistency in approach and support to the HR Management Teams • Support the delivery of accurate and up to date reporting through data analysis, HR evidence-based research in line with Corporate and Regional HR Management needs and DCEDIY/DPER requirements Stakeholder Engagement • Liaise with and develop good relations with other external bodies/agencies in the context of employee relations developments and best practice • Maintain good Irish Industrial Relations systems together by implementing and managing proactive employee relations programmes, including dealing with third parties. Education and Training • Participate in mandatory training programmes. • Pursue continuous professional development in order to develop professional knowledge and keep updated with current and relevant HR legislation. • Provide training with the team and region to share knowledge of relevant HR Procedures/ Processes. • Identify and roll out appropriate training on HR policies. 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: • Hold a third level qualification as relevant to the role. • At least 3 years senior management experience in a Human Resource management role with experience of delivery and implementation of a range of HR strategies and the provision of advice and guidance on HR, IR/ER best practice. • Have an excellent working knowledge of all aspects of HR (both policy and operational) preferably in a large and complex organisation comparative to Tusla • Have experience with Irish Industrial Relations systems together with experience of implementing and managing proactive employee relations programmes, including dealing with third parties. • A proven ability to manage and deliver effective HR strategies with a demonstrated capacity to achieve results through cross-sectoral working • A track record of delivering significant change in a complex multi stakeholder environment, as relevant to this role. • Have the requisite knowledge and ability (including a high standard of suitability and management ability) for the proper discharge of the duties of the office. 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 • A detailed knowledge of the issues and developments and current thinking in relation to HR best practice in Tusla’s policy and service delivery • Ability to deal with challenging and sometimes difficult situations in a constructive way, maintaining composure when dealing with crises and keeping a sense of perspective and balance in situations that involve significant personal or work challenge. • A good understanding of semi-private / public sector employee relations. • Has the ability to assimilate and analyse complex information; considers the impact of decisions before taking action; anticipates problems. Recognises when to involve other parties (at the appropriate time and level) • Awareness of children and young people’s participatory practice Critical Analysis and Decision Making • Demonstrates effective problem solving, analytical and decision making skills • Has the ability to consider the range of options available, involve other parties at the appropriate time and level, to make balanced and timely decisions • Ability to evaluate information, make effective decisions and problem solve. • Shows the ability to quickly grasp and understand complex issues and the impact on service delivery. • Has a proven ability to make sound decisions with a well-reasoned rationale and to stand by these initiatives in the resolution of complex issues. • Identifies key themes and patterns in and across different sources of information, drawing sound and balanced conclusions. Working With And Through Others • Demonstrates the ability to work independently as well as work with a wider (multidisciplinary / multi-agency) team in a complex and changing environment. • Is persuasive and effectively sells the vision; commands attention and inspires confidence. • Sets high standards for the team and puts their work, and the work of the organisation into meaningful context. • Demonstrates excellent influencing and negotiation skills. • Excellent interpersonal and communicationsskills to facilitate work with a wide range of individuals and groups • A track record of building and maintaining key internal and external relationships in achieving organisational goals Communication and Interpersonal Skills • A high level of interpersonal and communication skills including presentation, negotiation skills, conflict resolution and the ability to build and maintain relationships. • Ability to work from an interagency and multi-disciplinary perspective. • Ability to write reports. • Ability to present effectively. Leadership Skills and Managing Relationships • The ability to effectively lead others and achieve results including the ability to effectively manage change and organisational development. • Self-motivation and the ability to motivate others. • Demonstrates the ability to work independently as well as work with a wider (multidisciplinary / multi-agency) team in a complex and changing environment. • Balances change with continuity – strives to improve service delivery, to create a work environment that encourages creative thinking and to maintain focus under increasingly complex and demanding conditions. • Capacity to lead, organise, and motivate teams to the confident delivery of excellent services • Places strong emphasis on achieving high standards of excellence. Commits a high degree of energy to well directed activities and looks for and seizes opportunities that are beneficial to achieving organisation goals. Planning and Organising Skills • Good planning, organisational and time-management skills and the ability to effectively manage resources. • Ability to effectively plan, manage and coordinate resources and prioritise effectively including the ability to work to agreed timescales. • Demonstrates the ability to successfully manage a range of different projects and work activities concurrently, utilising computer technology effectively and assigning work to others as appropriate to meet strict deadlines. • Has the ability to use resources effectively, challenging processes to improve efficiencies where appropriate. • Assumes personal responsibility for and delivers on agreed objectives/goals. • Ensures all outputs are delivered to a high standard and in an efficient manner. Other requirements of the role The post holder will require access to appropriate transport as the post may involve travel. The Salary scale for the whole time equivalent of this post is: €73,243, €75,027, €77,851, €80,696, €83,518, €86,347, €89,163 per year
General Manager - National Personnel Administration
Key Working Relationships · Work with the Assistant National Director of HR – HR Shared Services and members of the HR Shared Services Management Team, · Work closely with the National Human Resources Leadership Team. · The General Manager, National Personnel Records will also have a key working relationship with HR colleagues across the Regions, Services and Corporate HR in delivery of the objectives of the role. · The post holder will develop and maintain key working relationships with HR Colleagues in CHOs, Hospital Groups and Corporate Functions. · The post holder will develop key working relationships with colleagues in SAP COE and Payroll. · The post holder will develop and maintain key working relationships and collaborative approaches with NiSRP Programme colleagues. · The post holder will develop key working relationships with the National Vetting Bureau of An Garda Siochana and with the Department of Health. Purpose of the Post The post holder is responsible for the development and delivery of a national personnel administration service, which is high quality, cost effective and in line with HSE Policy. Principle Duties and Responsibilities · Develop and implement a high quality and cost effective National Personnel Administration Shared Service in line with the objectives of the HSE, best practice and legislative requirements. · Lead the National Personnel Administration team across three sites to ensure provision of best practice personnel administration services across the HSE and Section 38 Organisations · Lead the implementation of Robotic Process Automation across NPA Functions · Implement a Shared Services Model of Delivery for NPA in line with the roll-out of the NiSRP Programme · Ensure a standard approach to the delivery of Personnel Administration Services across the HSE. · Participation in various national groups that are relevant to the delivery of a National Personnel Administration Function. Leadership and Direction · Develop and implement strategies which improve efficiencies, avoid duplication and facilitate organisational change in the relevant business areas. · Work with service providers, national directorates, hospital groups and CHO management teams to ensure the National Personnel Records system supports current and evolving health and social care needs and structures. · Ensure that business processes are in compliance with legislation, HR Circulars and National Financial Regulations. · Ensure that there is sufficient agility built into the processes to meet increased or unforeseen demands · Ensure the implementation of the HSE strategy as it pertains Personnel Administration Services. · Provide leadership in the area of change management to ensure policies and activities are aligned to the organisational goals. · Develop, implement and report on performance/ quality indicators to evaluate service delivery. · Encourage, facilitate and support joint working initiatives with all relevant stakeholders in the development and implementation of processes and frameworks. · Ensure robust and proactive governance and oversight of the Personnel Administration Function. · Develop the National Personnel Records team and engender a culture that values and empowers people, their skills, ideas and contributions. · Encourage, facilitate and support joint working initiatives between the National Personnel Records and other health and social care providers. · Support and further develop collaborative working with other functions in HR Shared Services. Relationship Management · Work collaboratively with major stakeholders pertinent to National Personnel Administration to ensure optimum delivery of the Service · Establish and maintain effective working relationships with key customers and stakeholders · In conjunction with HR Shared Service partners develop customer relationship strategies with relevant stakeholders. · Working collaboratively with HR colleagues throughout the HSE, Tusla and other health and social care providers. · Ensure that quality and efficient customer service is central to the work of National Personnel Administration Services. Functional Management · Ensure technology is utilised to drive maximum efficiency and quality of business practices. · Work with relevant colleagues in the development of digital enablers to support service delivery. · Communicate and report on NPA Activity to internal and external Stakeholders as pertinent to the post · Continue to Implement NPA Shared Services operating model across the HSE and Section 38 Organisations. · Manage the financial resources and human resources of National Personnel Administration to ensure cost effective performance and management, in line with budget allocation. · Ensure that robust financial systems and controls are in place to achieve 'break-even' on budgets and that immediate action is taken to control over-spends. · Ensure appropriate resources are in place in order to provide an efficient National Administration records service. Governance, Compliance & Accountability · Ensure that the agreed standards, practices, policies and procedures are in operation across the HSE and Tusla. · Ensure compliance in all aspects of business practice · Contribute to national agendas on matters pertaining to National Personnel Records matters as appropriate. · Ensure that the appropriate level of governance is in place, is maintained and is adhered to. · Act as a spokesperson for the organisation in line with the organisation’s Communication Plan. · Demonstrate pro-active commitment to all communications with internal and external stakeholders. · Have a working knowledge of the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) Standards and other standards as they apply to the role for example, Standards for Healthcare, National Standards for the Prevention and Control of Healthcare Associated Infections, Hygiene Standards etc and comply with associated employer protocols for implementing and maintaining these standards. The above Job 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. The post-holder should also be aware that the role may evolve as necessary in response to the on-going health reform process, as determined by the new programme for government. This relates to the continued development of Hospital Groups, Community Healthcare Organisations and the changes to HSE via what is currently described as the ‘Centre Programme’. Eligibility Criteria Qualifications and/ or experience Applicants must, by the closing date, demonstrate all of the criteria listed below as relevant to the role: · Senior level management experience within a high volume or complex environment as relevant to this role. · Extensive experience of strategic programme/project management, delivering multi layered projects to successful outcomes within a specific timescale · Experience of business writing which includes any or all of the following: preparing strategic reports, preparing reports for senior management, contributing to tenders, as relevant to the role. · A proven track record of leading, managing and delivering complex change or quality improvement projects within a complex organisation · Experience of strategic relationship management and working collaboratively with multiple internal and external stakeholders · Have the requisite knowledge and ability (including a high standard of suitability and management ability) for the proper discharge of the duties of the office. · 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. Other requirements specific to the post · Access to appropriate transport to fulfil the requirements of the role, as post will require the holder to travel to attend meetings at various sites · Flexibility in relation to working hours to fulfil the requirements of the role. Skills, competencies and/or knowledge Professional Knowledge & Experience The salary scale for the post is (as at 01.10.2022): €77,076 - €79,024 - €82,107 - €85,213 - €88,294 - €91,383 - €95,875 per year
Santa's Lapland Elves
Santas Lapland Elf - Male Applications Only Hotelplan UK is a well-established and profitable family of travel and tour operating businesses with a strong tradition of excellence, quality and service. Each of our companies is incredibly passionate about its holidays, and our staff both in the UK and overseas are focussed to ensuring that we meet, indeed exceed, the expectations of our customers. Our vision is ‘creating amazing holiday experiences to be proud of’. Your job will be : Santa’s Lapland Elf Your Manager will be : Santa’s Lapland Elf Team Leader What you will be doing • Delivering the smooth and efficient running of all Elf duties. Elves have a number of vital roles from greeting and taking families to see Santa, wrapping presents, airport duties and sightings. • Ensure all letters are delivered to Santa correctly and supporting Santa to understand the literature of all the letters. • Ensure a seamless end to end complete Santa’s Lapland guest experience. Every aspect of our short breaks must be delivered to a high and efficient standard to promote a positive experience with Santa’s Lapland. • Maintain the traditional Santa story at all times, ensuring as an Elf you are only seen by guests in character and not in any other capacity. • Decorate and maintain the standards of Santa’s Cabin to ensure it always looks magical and authentic. • Ensure Santa’s Cabin is stocked each night with presents for the next day. • Genuine enthusiasm for Christmas, staying in character and the Santa Claus story. What type of person are we looking for • Passion and experience for character work and performing • High energy and a friendly disposition • Customer service experience; showing dedication to offer our guests the most amazing holiday experience • Enthusiastic, lively, sociable, friendly and a team player • Previous seasonal experience (desirable) • Flexible and adaptable approach to roles, responsibilities and working hours. What’s important to us: Our Company Values • Be Passionate in everything we do • Work together as a United team • Be innovative embracing and driving change • Trusted, open and honest • Stand out and be distinctive Your job description is written to describe the general content of expected duties of the role. It is not exclusive or exhaustive and you may be required to undertake other duties that are reasonable and relevant to the scope of the role as the business requires. We aim to review job descriptions regularly to ensure they are an accurate representation of your role. Click Apply Now to visit our website and apply today!
Santa's Lapland Representatives
Hotelplan UK is a well-established and profitable family of travel and tour operating businesses with a strong tradition of excellence, quality and service. Each of our companies is incredibly passionate about its holidays, and our staff both in the UK and overseas are focussed to ensuring that we meet, indeed exceed, the expectations of our customers. Our vision is ‘creating amazing holiday experiences to be proud of’. Your job will be: Santa’s Lapland Representative Y our Manager will be : Santa’s Lapland Representative Manager What you will be doing • Smooth and efficient running of the Representative duties, including but not limited to selling optional adventures, welcome meetings, gala dinners and complaint handling. • Ensure a seamless end to end complete Santa’s Lapland guest experience. Every aspect of our short breaks must be delivered to a high and efficient standard to promote a positive experience with Santa’s Lapland. • Leading the Gala Dinners along with the Ranger Team. • Assist with any guest issues in a timely and successful manner. • Complete daily reports and any guest paper as and when required. • Always delivering a service with a smile to our guests to exceed their expectations in every way. • Regular visits to Hoteliers to establish personal & positive connections, and promote the benefits of working with Hotelplan Ltd and the Santa’s Lapland product • Drive sales targets, actively promote optional extra activities and explain the benefits they provide to our guests holiday What type of person are we looking for • Goal-orientated approach, and ability to drive results. • Confident with public speaking and problem solving. • Customer service experience; showing dedication to offer our guests the most amazing holiday experience. • Enthusiastic, lively, sociable, friendly and a team player • Previous seasonal experience (desirable) • Flexible and adaptable approach to roles, responsibilities and working hours. What’s important to us: Our Company Values • Be Passionate in everything we do • Work together as a United team • Be innovative embracing and driving change • Trusted, open and honest • Stand out and be distinctive Your job description is written to describe the general content of the expected duties of the role. It is not exclusive or exhaustive and you may be required to undertake other duties that are reasonable and relevant to the scope of the role as the business requires. We aim to review job descriptions regularly to ensure they are an accurate representation of your role. Click Apply Now to visit our website and apply today!
Starting at £10 per hour (regardless of age) or £11 per night shift. You may have the opportunity to increase the rate, as you develop and become more multi-skilled and competent across sections. Roles available Our Bakery has many sections. You will be part of working as one big team, with each area playing an equally important role in the Genesis production process. Bakery: This is where the magic starts. This section receives raw materials, weighs ingredients, mixes and prepares all sorts of delicious things. It can involve heavy lifting and moving of ingredients and precision of weighting. Baking / Ovens: This is where goods are baked in our ovens. This section bakes and de-pans the goodies fresh from the ovens and cools them. It can be a very warm environment and precise attention to detail is required to ensure temperature and timings are exact. Finishing (Piping and Decorating): This is where we get creative. This involves highly-skilled decorating and finishing processes which are completed by hand. Precision and attention to detail are a must. It involves high levels of concentration and a steady hand. Although it can be repetitive, it is really rewarding to see the lovely creations. Packing: This is where we wrap, box and label our scrumptious creations. This section skilfully packs and presents the final products for many of our different big brand customers, as well as for selling locally under our own much-loved Genesis brand. Speed, hand and eye co-ordination and careful handling of the product is essential. Job Types: Full-time, Permanent Salary: £10.00-£11.00 per hour Schedule: Day shift / Night shift
Goods In Operative
Job description 1. Process all ingredients through the Debag & Sieving Procedure (as part of Critical Control Point 1) under the HACCP procedures, incorporating it into the Stevens System. 2. The Debag Room is to be kept to a high standard of housekeeping at all times. It is the responsibility of the Materials Handler to maintain the room throughout the day. This is extremely important given the nature of the work carried out in this area. 3. The Materials Handler will ensure the provision of stock for the bakery is in place before the next Bakery Shift starts. This stock list can be obtained from the Stevens System. 4. Waste disposal of packaging and foods from Debag in Goods In. 5. To ensure safe working practices are adopted at all times in accordance with Safety, Health and Environmental policies, procedures and legislation. 6. To correctly co-ordinate the transfer within the manufacturing process all materials, and to ensure traceability procedures are followed at all times, 100% compliance with the Stevens System. 7. To communicate and update all relevant parties of any issues or changes. 8. To ensure 100% completion of daily rituals. 9. To encourage colleagues to participate and drive continuous improvement in their area. 10. Any other duties within the post holder’s competence as requested by the Manager. Job Type: Permanent Job Types: Full-time, Permanent, Part-time Salary: £10.00 per hour Schedule: Day shift