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Bartenders

Beckett's Irish BarOutside of Ireland

Irish-owned cafés & bars in Belgium, Europe looking for friendly, creative, and motivated bartenders with experience in a fast-paced environment. Applicants should have a basic knowledge of hygiene protocols/bar procedures and a passion for creativity and high standards of presentation. What we offer : - Highly competitive net salary - Reasonably priced accommodation within a short distance of the bar is provided by us. Own room in a shared apartment with rent at +/- €400 per month. - The language barrier in our bars is not an issue as English is generally spoken by our clients and all our staff, but we can also provide access to subsidised French lessons - Regular professional cocktail training and barista courses are given to all our staff. We want our people to be the best at their trade! - Access to full health care provided - We help all our staff set up bank accounts and apply for their Belgian id card - We will pay for your transport costs over and will also provide you with 1 free flight home per year - We work with a core of Irish staff in each of our bars in order to provide a "home away from home feel" Only serious applicants with a mind to having a future in the hospitality sector and ambition to succeed need apply. Within a year, you can really evolve in your position with us, becoming very talented at mixology and barista, French-speaking, and enjoying a good standard of life in a warm and safe environment.

10 days agoFull-time

Administrative Deputy Principal

City of Dublin ETBGrangegorman, Dublin

Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for the following post: Administrative Deputy Principal An Cosán Community Special School (Roll Number: 20572K) Permanent Position (8 staff in total including Principal and Administrative Deputy Principal) Ref: ADP24 An Cosán Community Special School will provide for the needs of students with autism and complex needs with a professional recommendation for a special school, in addition to students with moderate general learning disability and complex needs, with a professional recommendation for a special school, from the beginning of Primary school up to eighteen years of age. An Cosán Community Special School is a child-centred, co-educational, multi denominational, publicly accountable school which strives to provide high quality education for every child attending. The new school will cater for an enrolment of up to 24 students when it is established and, on a phased basis, is expected to grow its capacity to provide up to 60 school places in the short to medium term, pending a new permanent school building being provided. In accordance with Section 22 of the Education Act 1988, and Section 23 of the Education (Amendment) Act 2012, the Principal provides leadership to teachers, other staff and to the pupils and the wider community. The Deputy Principal has overall responsibility, under the direction of Principal, for the day-to-date management of the school. The Deputy Principal will be supported by the Principal, City of Dublin ETB, the National Council for Special Education (NCSE) and the Department of Education. The NCSE will also support the school in developing an appropriate transition arrangement for pupils as they enrol in the school. City of Dublin ETB was established on 1st July 2013 under the Education and Training Boards Act, 2013. City of Dublin ETB has 3,000 employees and an annual budget of €580m. It is the state education and training authority for Dublin city and serves the area covered by Dublin City Council. This provision is delivered to over 48,000 learners (20,000 fulltime and 28,000 part-time) and is supported by a range of services including a psychological service, a curriculum development unit, a buildings maintenance unit and Head Office staff in Ballsbridge. It also has statutory responsibility for supporting the provision, coordination, administration and assessment of youth work services in Dublin city and is the lead partner for Music Generation Dublin City. City of Dublin ETB is also responsible for the national awarding authority for student grants in Ireland, Student Universal Support Ireland (SUSI). Proposed Timeframe: Shortlisting will take place week commencing: 27th May 2024 Interviewing to be scheduled week beginning: 3rd June 2024 *All dates are subject to change and are for guidance only Location: This position will be based in An Cosán CSS, Fitzwilliam Place North, Lower Grangegorman, Dublin 7, D07 PY50. Essential Qualifications & Experience: • Be fully registered with the Teaching Council under Route 1 (Primary), Route 4 (Other) or Route 2 (Post Primary) with Teaching Council. • Applicants must comply with the eligibility criteria for Deputy Principalship as set out in Letter 44/2019 from the Department of Education. • To qualify for appointment, candidates must have a minimum of five year’ whole-time satisfactory teaching service or its equivalent, two of which must be in a recognised primary school within the Republic of Ireland. Desirable Qualifications & Experience: • A post-graduate qualification in Special Education is desirable. • Significant experience with children who have a diagnosis of Autism / Autistic Spectrum Disorders and / or Special Education Needs is desirable. Competencies: The overall roles and responsibilities for this position relate to the four domains of Leadership and Management as specified in Circular Letter 0044/2019. Candidates should note that questions relating to the following key roles will form part or all of the interview: Leading learning and teaching • Promote a culture of reflection, improvement, collaboration, innovation and creativity in learning, teaching and assessment. • Foster a commitment to inclusion, equality of opportunity and the holistic development of each pupil. • Manage the planning and implementation of the school curriculum. • Foster teacher professional learning that enriches teachers’ and pupils’ learning. Managing the organisation • Create and maintain a positive school culture and a safe, healthy and purposeful learning environment, and sustain it through effective communication. • Manage the school’s human, physical and financial resources so as to create and maintain a learning organisation. • Manage challenging and complex situations in a manner that demonstrates equality, fairness and justice. • Develop and implement a system to promote professional responsibility and accountability. Leading school development • Communicate the guiding vision for the school and lead its realisation. • Lead the school’s engagement in a continuous process of self-evaluation. • Build and maintain relationships with parents, with other schools, and with the wider community. • Manage, lead and mediate change to respond to the evolving needs of the school and to changes in education. Developing leadership capacity • Critique their practice as leaders and develop their understanding of effective and sustainable leadership. • Empower staff to take on and carry out leadership roles. • Promote and facilitate the development of pupil participation, pupil leadership and parent participation. • Build professional networks with other school leaders. Notes: • Please note that it is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that all applications are received on time. Any technical difficulties encountered by the sender when forwarding applications are not the responsibility of the City of Dublin ETB. Therefore, candidates are strongly advised to submit applications well before the 12 Noon deadline on the specified closing date. • Your application will be assessed on the information you submit. Please ensure all sections are completed fully and accurately, giving clear evidence of qualifications, skills, and experience. Incomplete applications may not be considered. • City of Dublin ETB may contact the named referees and/or employers for a reference should you be called to interview. Latest date for receipt of completed application forms to applications@cdetb.ie is: 12 noon on Monday 27th May 2024 Late applications will not be accepted. Shortlisting may take place. Canvassing will disqualify. City of Dublin Education and Training Board is an equal opportunities employer. Please see information guide for further details.

11 days agoFull-timePermanent

Grade VI - Senior Staff Officer (Procurement Department)

City of Dublin ETBBallsbridge, Dublin€54,546 - €66,639 per year

Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for the following positions: Grade VI – Senior Staff Officer Head Office: Procurement Department (Permanent) Ref: G6PP242 City of Dublin Education and Training Board (City of Dublin ETB) was established on 1st July 2013 under the Education and Training Boards Act, 2013. City of Dublin ETB has 3,000 employees and an annual budget of €580m. It is the state education and training authority for Dublin city and serves the area covered by Dublin City Council. This provision is delivered to over 48,000 learners (20,000 full-time and 28,000 part -time) and is supported by a range of services including a psychological service, a curriculum development unit, a buildings maintenance unit and Head Office staff in Ballsbridge. It also has statutory responsibility for supporting the provision, coordination, administration and assessment of youth work services in Dublin city and is the lead partner for Music Generation Dublin City. City of Dublin ETB is also responsible for the national awarding authority for student grants in Ireland, Student Universal Support Ireland (SUSI). Proposed Timeframe: Shortlisting will take place week commencing: 27th May 2024 Interviewing to commence week beginning: 10th June 2024 *All dates are subject to change and are for guidance only Please see attached correspondence. Details of Position: The position will be based in City of Dublin ETB Head Offices, Pembroke Place, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, D04 PP46 and will report to the Head of Procurement. Salary: €54,546 - €66,639 including two long service increments) (pro rata). The successful candidate will be place one point one unless they have previous public sector experience. Annual Leave : 27 working days per annum (pro rata). Hours of Work: 35 hours per week. Essential Requirements: • Have obtained at least Grade D3 in five subjects in the Leaving Certificate Examinations (higher, ordinary, applied or vocational preparation) or equivalent or have passed an examination at the appropriate level within QQI qualifications framework which can be assessed as being of a comparable standard to Leaving Certificate or equivalent or higher or have appropriate relevant experience which encompasses equivalent skills and expertise. • Have the requisite knowledge, skills and competencies to carry out the role. • Be capable and competent of fulfilling the role to a high standard. Desirable Requirements: • Minimum of 2 years relevant experience in a procurement role and a detailed knowledge of national and EU public procurement rules and regulations or work experience in a finance, compliance or other relevant corporate governance role which in the opinion of City of Dublin ETB is relevant to the post. • A recognised qualification in public procurement or have undergone comprehensive public procurement training which in the opinion of City of Dublin ETB is relevant to the post or similar experience in Finance or Supply Chain within the public (preferred) or private sector or have a degree equivalent to level 7 or higher on the National Framework of Qualifications in a relevant discipline as may be considered appropriate in the discretion of City of Dublin ETB . • Significant experience in managing staff including but not limited to general staff supervision, team work scheduling, staff development and training. • Excellent administrative and IT Skills. • Have an understanding of the main features and current challenges of public service and regulatory reform. • Ability to use initiative (being self-motivated, flexible, results focused etc.) to prioritise and manage work in a dynamic and pressurised environment. • Proven record as a team-player with a flexible approach demonstrating sound judgement, problem-solving, analytical and decision-making skills. • Demonstrated experience of building and maintaining relationships in face-to-face meetings, verbally and in written communications in a clear and concise manner. Declaration : Applicants will be required to declare whether they have previously availed of a public service scheme of incentivised early retirement, including schemes not specifically mentioned above. Applicants will also be required to declare any entitlements to a Public Service pension benefit (in payment or preserved) from any other Public Service employment and/or where they have received a payment-in-lieu in respect of service in any Public Service employment. Notes: • Please note that it is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that all applications are received on time. Any technical difficulties encountered by the sender when submitting applications are not the responsibility of the City of Dublin ETB. Therefore candidates are strongly advised to submit applications well before the 12 noon deadline on the specified closing date. • Your application will be assessed on the information you submit. Please ensure all sections are completed fully and accurately, giving clear evidence of qualifications, skills and experience. Incomplete applications may not be considered. • City of Dublin ETB may contact the named referees and/or employers for a reference should you be called to interview. • Selection will be by the way of a competitive interview which will focus on the key skills and duties of the role and the competencies associated with roles at this level. Completed online applications should be submitted no later than: 12 noon on Tuesday 28th May 2024 Late applications will not be accepted. Shortlisting may take place. Canvassing will disqualify. City of Dublin Education and Training Board is an equal opportunities employer. Please see Information Guide for further details.

11 days agoPermanentFull-time

Grade III - Clerical Officer

City of Dublin ETBDublin€29,021 - €45,986 per year

Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for the following post: Grade III – Clerical Officer (Permanent) Ref: G3P24A City of Dublin Education and Training Board (City of Dublin ETB) was established on 1st July 2013 under the Education and Training Boards Act, 2013. City of Dublin ETB has 3,000 employees and an annual budget of €580m. It is the state education and training authority for Dublin city and serves the area covered by Dublin City Council. This provision is delivered to over 48,000 learners (20,000 full-time and 28,000 part-time) and is supported by a range of services including a psychological service, a curriculum development unit, a buildings maintenance unit and Head Office staff in Ballsbridge. It also has statutory responsibility for supporting the provision, coordination, administration and assessment of youth work services in Dublin city and is the lead partner for Music Generation Dublin City. City of Dublin ETB is also responsible for the national awarding authority for student grants in Ireland, Student Universal Support Ireland (SUSI). Please note that a Panel will be formed from which any temporary, fixed term or specific purpose vacancies that may arise will be filled throughout the organisation. Proposed Timeframe: Shortlisting will take place week commencing: 27th May 2024 Interviewing to commence week beginning: 3rd June 2024 *All dates are subject to change and are for guidance only Location of Positions: Vacancies may initially be based within City of Dublin ETBs Head Office and also throughout the scheme in our schools/colleges and centres. Head Office Departments – Finance, HR, Corporate Services, IT City of Dublin ETB Scheme outside Head Office: Schools & Colleges, Adult Education, Training Centres, Youthreach Centres, Prisons and any other centres under the aegis of City of Dublin ETB. Vacancies that arise within SUSI will not be filled from this competition. Salary: €29,021 - €45,986 (including long service increment). Successful candidates will be paid at point 01 of the salary scale unless they have previous public sector service in an administrative grade. Annual Leave: 22 working days per annum (pro rata). Hours of Work: 35 hours per week. Summary of Positions : The purpose of this recruitment campaign is to fill temporary, fixed term and specific purpose vacancies at Grade III Clerical Officer level as they arise within the organisation. Details and types of service are available on www.cityofdublinetb.ie. Full details of individual positions will be provided to those applicants successful at interview when being offered a post. Essential Requirements: • Have obtained at least Grade D3 in five subjects in the Leaving Certificate Examinations (higher, ordinary, applied or vocational preparation) or equivalent or have passed an examination at the appropriate level within QQI qualifications framework which can be assessed as being of a comparable standard to Leaving Certificate or equivalent or higher or have appropriate relevant experience which encompasses equivalent skills and expertise. • Have the requisite knowledge, skills and competencies to carry out the role. • Be capable and competent of fulfilling the role to a high standard. • High level of ICT competence, in particular Microsoft Packages. • Ability to prioritise and manage work in a dynamic and fast paced environment. Desirable Requirements: • Excellent administrative skills. • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. • Strong attention to detail. • Ability to work on own initiative within a flexible, co-operative and team structure. • Proven record as a team player. • Self-motivating, flexible and results focused. • Goal oriented in a manner that ensures work is comprehensively completed. • Understand the main features and current challenges of public service and regulatory reform. Principal Duties and Responsibilities: The general duties and responsibilities listed below are 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 from time to time and to contribute to the development of the post while in office: • Provide office support, answer queries and telephone service. • Preparation, checking and processing data. • Maintaining and updating records as required. • Create and update records and databases. • Prioritising work activities in line with set deadlines, as required. • Minute taking. • Assisting in the preparation of reports to tight deadlines when required. Competencies: Team Work • Shows respect for colleagues and co-workers. • Develops and maintains good working relationships with others, sharing information and knowledge, as appropriate. • Offers own ideas and perspectives. • Understands own role in the team, making every effort to play his/her part. Information Management / Processing • Approaches and delivers all work in a thorough and organised manner. • Follows procedures and protocols, understanding their value and rationale behind them. • Keeps high quality records that are easy for others to understand. • Draws appropriate conclusions from information. • Suggests new ways of doing things better and more efficiently. • Is comfortable working with different types of information, e.g. written, numerical, charts, and carries out calculations such as arithmetic, percentages etc. Delivery of Results • Takes responsibility for work and sees it through to the appropriate next level. • Completes work in a timely manner. • Adapts quickly to new ways of doing things. • Checks all work thoroughly to ensure it is completed to a high standard and learns from mistakes. • Writes with correct grammar and spelling and draws reasonable conclusions from written instructions. • Identifies and appreciates the urgency and importance of different tasks. • Demonstrates initiative and flexibility in ensuring work is delivered. • Is self-reliant and uses judgement on when to ask manager or colleagues for guidance. Customer Service & Communication Skills • Actively listens to others and tries to understand their perspectives/requirements/needs. • Understands the steps or processes that customers must go through and can clearly explain these. • Is respectful, courteous and professional, remaining composed even in challenging circumstances. • Can be firm when necessary and communicate with confidence and authority. • Communicates clearly and fluently when speaking and in writing. Specialist Knowledge, Expertise and Self Development • Develops and maintains the skills and expertise required to perform in the role effectively, e.g. relevant technologies, IT systems, Spreadsheets, Microsoft Office, relevant policies etc. • Clearly understands the role, objectives and targets and how they fit into the work of the unit. • Is committed to self-development and continuously seeks to improve personal performance. Drive & Commitment to Public Service Values • Consistently strives to perform at a high level and deliver a quality service. • Serves the Government and people of Ireland. • Is thorough and conscientious, even in work is routine. • Is enthusiastic and resilient, persevering in the face of challenges and setbacks. • Is personally honest and trustworthy. • At all times, acts with integrity. Note: Having read the competencies and thought about the demands of the role, for each of the above competencies candidates will be asked, on the application form, to demonstrate a specific example which illustrates how you have developed the relevant competency during your career to date which clearly demonstrates your suitability for this position, within your application form. Declaration: Applicants will be required to declare whether they have previously availed of a public service scheme of incentivised early retirement, including schemes not specifically mentioned above. Applicants will also be required to declare any entitlements to a Public Service pension benefit (in payment or preserved) from any other Public Service employment and/or where they have received a payment-inlieu in respect of service in any Public Service employment. Notes: • Please note that it is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that all applications are received on time. Any technical difficulties encountered by the sender when submitting applications are not the responsibility of the City of Dublin ETB. Therefore candidates are strongly advised to submit applications well before the 12 noon deadline on the specified closing date. • Your application will be assessed on the information you submit. • City of Dublin ETB may contact the named referees and/or employers for a reference should you be called to interview. • Selection will be by the way of a competitive interview which will focus on the key skills and duties of the role and the competencies associated with roles at this level. Completed online applications should be submitted no later than: 12 noon on Friday 24th May 2024 Late applications will not be accepted. Shortlisting may take place. Canvassing will disqualify. City of Dublin Education and Training Board is an equal opportunities employer. Please see Information Guide for further details.

12 days agoFull-timePermanent

Deputy Principal - Rathmines CFE

City of Dublin ETBRathmines, Dublin

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the following: Deputy Principal Rathmines College of Further Education (Permanent Post with effect from 1st September 2024) Ref: DPR24 The overall responsibility of the Deputy Principal is to assist the Principal in the management of the school. The post currently attracts a Responsibility Allowance of Category XV (15) (subject to verification) per annum. Terms and conditions of employment: As per the Department of Education and Skills directives. A minimum of five years wholetime teaching experience is essential for the above post. Proposed Timeframe: Shortlisting will take place week commencing: 20th May 2024 Interviewing to commence week beginning: 27th May 2024 *All dates are subject to change and are for guidance only Salary: In accordance with the relevant Department of Education Class III Salary Scales and appropriate qualification allowances. Qualifications Academic: The person appointed must have the necessary academic qualifications for permanent appointment to a teaching post under an Education and Training Board i.e. a University degree or equivalent. Teaching Experience: Not less than five years wholetime teaching experience. In this context, wholetime teaching service may be taken to be permanent wholetime, temporary wholetime and EPT/PRT wholetime service where the full 22 hours are worked weekly for the full college year. Profile The successful candidate will: • Be a leader, committed to the highest standards of education, provision, administration and governance. • Have a passion for education. • Have strong people management and organisation skills. • Be a visionary and have experience in delivering projects through team work. • Be community minded and conscious of the role the school plays in the local community. Additional Information: • Besides the discharge of specific administrative and management duties, the Deputy Principal also exercises a leadership and motivational role in the direction of the College enterprise. Together the Principal and Deputy Principal form the senior management team of the College, he/she must work in tandem to fulfil the aims and objectives of the College. That teamwork is also broadened to include the post holders to form part of the management team and the staff whose co-operation and commitment are also vital to the achievement of the goals of the College. • The Deputy Principal is required to deputise for the Principal in his/her absence in all matters organisational / administrative and in relation to discipline within the College. • The Deputy Principal must be willing to work in conjunction with / under the direction of the Principal. • The Deputy Principal will normally be required to be in attendance in the College throughout the college day. • The Deputy Principal may also be required by the Board of Management to be present in the school for periods during the State Examinations and for other periods outside the normal opening hours and days of the school such as may be necessary from time to time. • The Deputy Principal reports to the Principal. • In accordance with DE Circulars the Deputy Principal shall enter into an agreement with the Principal to undertake certain administrative duties from time to time, commensurate with the responsibilities of the position. Key Areas of Responsibility: The Deputy Principal, in collaboration with the Principal, shall have responsibility for the following key areas: Leader – Teaching & Learning • Assist the Principal in developing a school environment which is supportive of learning and high achievement among the students. • Develop and provide appropriate learning and curriculum programmes and methods of instruction that meet the needs of all students in the school and timetabling to support them. • Promote effective teaching and learning practices across the school. • Assist in the development of the school curriculum and assessment policies. • Develop and implement systems for recording individual pupils’ progress and ensure that parents are informed regularly of the progress of their children at the school. • Assist the Principal in supporting the monitoring and evaluation of teaching and learning across the school and contribute to school self-evaluation and the development of improvement plans. Leader – School Development • Assist the Principal in the re-evaluation of the purpose, objectives and activities of the school in line with School Self-Evaluation Guidelines from the Department of Education and Skills Inspectorate. • Assist the Principal in developing the education aims and objectives of the school and devising strategies to achieve them. • Assist the Principal in co-ordinating the school plan and policies for approval by the Board of Management. Leader – People and Teams • Develop a good working relationship with the Principal, teaching staff and ancillary staff. • Treat all staff with respect and develop positive relationships. • Assist the Principal in promoting ongoing staff development and in-service and in the identification of the staffing needs of the school – i.e. teaching and support staff. • Co-ordinate Staff Development and organise Staff Days. • Assist the Principal in advising the Board of Management as to a probationary teacher’s suitability for continued employment in the school. Communication • Develop effective communication systems with pupils, staff, parents and the wider community. • Maintain effective relationships with the stakeholders involved (City of Dublin ETB, CE, BOM, staff, students, parents, Parents Association, Student Council and the wider school community) • Communicate with students, staff and parents in a positive, friendly and professional manner. • Implement the Code of Behaviour and all school policies with an understanding of their rationale. • Liaising with the school union representatives on matters relating to the school. Organisational Management and Administrative Skills • Assist the Principal in the day to day management of the school, including the planning and overseeing of the daily time tabling of classes. • Assist the Principal in matters of student discipline, in the promotion of good order and general supervision between classes. • Be responsible for the roster of absent teachers and the implementation of and monitoring of the Supervision and Substitution Scheme. • Establish and maintain effective data management systems such as student records, teacher records, attendance, purchasing procedures and timetables. • Assist the Principal with break time and lunch time supervision. • Assist the Principal with morning supervision prior to school opening. • Assist the Principal at and being available for the duration of the State examinations in June. • Prepare a summary of results of the State Exams for the Board of Management. • Assist at open days and nights and award nights. • Assist with the enrolment/assessment of the First Year Cohort. • Assist in ensuring the security of the school building and safe keeping of property. • Conduct the ordinary activities of correspondence, making reports and returns of information as required by the Department of Education and the Board of Management and ensuring that arrangements are made for dealing with such administrative matters during vacation periods. • Comply with the lawful orders of the City of Dublin ETB/CE/BOM and with the rules and requirements of the Minister for Education & Skills. Self-Awareness and Self-Management • Appreciate the importance of the Principal/Acting Deputy Principal relationship, the relationship with other members of the school community and the importance and overall impact of effective working relationships. • Set a good standard of professional interactions and ensure professional relationship boundaries are in place. • Be aware of his/her skill set and be willing to seek help and advice when required. • Uphold professional integrity at all times, e.g. discretion, confidentiality, loyalty and trust. Candidates should note that questions relating to the key roles above will form part or all of the interview. Declaration: Applicants will be required to declare whether they have previously availed of a Public Service scheme of incentivised early retirement, including schemes not specifically mentioned above. Applicants will also be required to declare any entitlements to a Public Service pension benefit (in payment or preserved) from any other Public Service employment and/or where they have received a payment-in-lieu in respect of service in any Public Service employment. Notes: • Please note that it is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that all applications are received on time. Any technical difficulties encountered by the sender when forwarding applications are not the responsibility of the City of Dublin ETB. Therefore candidates are strongly advised to submit applications well before the 12 Noon deadline on the specified closing date. • Your application will be assessed on the information you submit. Please ensure all sections are completed fully and accurately, giving clear evidence of qualifications, skills and experience. Incomplete applications may not be considered. • City of Dublin ETB may contact the named referees and/or employers for a reference should you be called to interview. Latest date for receipt of completed application forms to applications@cdetb.ie is: 12 noon on Monday 20th May 2024 Late applications will not be accepted. Shortlisting may take place. Canvassing will disqualify. City of Dublin Education and Training Board is an equal opportunities employer. Please see Information Guide for further details.

12 days agoFull-timePermanent

Deputy Principal - Pearse CFE

City of Dublin ETBDublin

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the following: Deputy Principal Pearse College of Further Education (Permanent Post – with effect from 1st September 2024) Ref: DPP24 The overall responsibility of the Deputy Principal is to assist the Principal in the management of the school. The post currently attracts a Responsibility Allowance of Category XIII (13) (subject to verification) per annum. Terms and conditions of employment: As per the Department of Education and Skills directives. A minimum of five years wholetime teaching experience is essential for the above post. Proposed Timeframe: Shortlisting will take place week commencing: 27th May 2024 Interviewing to commence week beginning: 3rd June 2024 *All dates are subject to change and are for guidance only Salary: In accordance with the relevant Department of Education Class III Salary Scales and appropriate qualification allowances. Qualifications Academic: The person appointed must have the necessary academic qualifications for permanent appointment to a teaching post under an Education and Training Board i.e. a University degree or equivalent. Teaching Experience: Not less than five years wholetime teaching experience. In this context, wholetime teaching service may be taken to be permanent wholetime, temporary wholetime and EPT/PRT wholetime service where the full 22 hours are worked weekly for the full college year. Profile The successful candidate will: • Be a leader, committed to the highest standards of education, provision, administration and governance. • Have a passion for education. • Have strong people management and organisation skills. • Be a visionary and have experience in delivering projects through team work. • Be community minded and conscious of the role the school plays in the local community. Additional Information: • Besides the discharge of specific administrative and management duties, the Deputy Principal also exercises a leadership and motivational role in the direction of the College enterprise. Together the Principal and Deputy Principal form the senior management team of the College, he/she must work in tandem to fulfil the aims and objectives of the College. That teamwork is also broadened to include the post holders to form part of the management team and the staff whose co-operation and commitment are also vital to the achievement of the goals of the College. • The Deputy Principal is required to deputise for the Principal in his/her absence in all matters organisational / administrative and in relation to discipline within the College. • The Deputy Principal must be willing to work in conjunction with / under the direction of the Principal. • The Deputy Principal will normally be required to be in attendance in the College throughout the college day. • The Deputy Principal may also be required by the Board of Management to be present in the College for periods during the State Examinations and for other periods outside the normal opening hours and days of the school such as may be necessary from time to time. • The Deputy Principal reports to the Principal. • In accordance with DE Circulars the Deputy Principal shall enter into an agreement with the Principal to undertake certain administrative duties from time to time, commensurate with the responsibilities of the position. Declaration: Applicants will be required to declare whether they have previously availed of a Public Service scheme of incentivised early retirement, including schemes not specifically mentioned above. Applicants will also be required to declare any entitlements to a Public Service pension benefit (in payment or preserved) from any other Public Service employment and/or where they have received a payment-in-lieu in respect of service in any Public Service employment. Notes: • Please note that it is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that all applications are received on time. Any technical difficulties encountered by the sender when forwarding applications are not the responsibility of the City of Dublin ETB. Therefore candidates are strongly advised to submit applications well before the 12 Noon deadline on the specified closing date. • Your application will be assessed on the information you submit. Please ensure all sections are completed fully and accurately, giving clear evidence of qualifications, skills and experience. Incomplete applications may not be considered. • City of Dublin ETB may contact the named referees and/or employers for a reference should you be called to interview. Latest date for receipt of completed application forms to applications@cdetb.ie is: 12 noon on Monday 27th May 2024 Late applications will not be accepted. Shortlisting may take place. Canvassing will disqualify. City of Dublin Education and Training Board is an equal opportunities employer. Please see information guide for further details.

12 days agoFull-timePermanent

Assistant Manager

Fazyard LimitedClondalkin, Dublin€35,809 - €43,083 per year

Full job description Title: Assistant Manager Location:  Clondalkin Village Contract:  Full-time Permanent Salary Scale:  (Starting Salary €35,809 - €43,083) The purpose of this role is to work provide care and support to the residents. This is a reception and office based position Role Summary: The Assistant Manager is to support the Centre Manager with overall management of the Centre, this includes: 1. Assisting with management of the staff, HR files, training, and staff resources 2. The management of the accommodation. 3. Reception duties 4. Managing the health and wellbeing of the residents, 5. Assisting the management of resources within the centre, ordering and invoices. 6. Health and Safety of the site 7. Working with resources to the centre, working with other agencies, businesses, and services within the local community to ensure that residents have access to the services that they need. 8. Meeting requirements of GDRP and the confidentiality and safety of all documentation 9. Support Manager Liaise and facilitate inspections by HIQA or departments nominated agents. 10. Assist in the implementation of the national standards and ongoing continuous improvement. Qualifications: Ideally having equal to or higher than, QQI Level 7 or above in Management, Social care, Psychology, Education, Health Care, or equivalent. Level of experience for salary in line with CORU, further training will be provided where needed. Experience: It is essential for the Assist Manager to have 2 years of experience as an Assistant Manager or Receptionist DP centre, BOTP Centre, Homeless accommodation, Health, Social care, or Childcare setting or equivalent. It is desirable that at least 1 year of experience has been working with Diverse groups Understanding of Child Protection. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite. All staff members will be require to be Garda Vetted Prior to taking up post.

16 days agoFull-time

Ground Workers & Digger Drivers

JAS Plant HireBalbriggan, County Dublin

Ground Workers, Pipe Layers, Digger Drivers & Rubber Wheeled Driver wanted immediate start. Contact Paul on 0872959154

19 days agoFull-timePermanent

Chef De Partie

Inchicore Inn Chinese Take AwayDublin€35,360 per year

Full time Chef de Partie required. Employer and employment location: Inchicore Inn Chinese Take Away, 7B Tyrconnell Road, Dublin 8. Work includes: Preparation and cooking of Chinese dishes Assist in managing of kitchen staff Training and stocks. Required: 3+ years previous relevant experience. Minimum annual salary €35360, works 40 hours/week, hourly rate 17 euros.

19 days agoFull-timePermanent

Human Resources Manager - Hybrid

Youth Advocate Programmes IrelandDublin€57,325.68 per year

Youth Advocate Programmes Ireland CLG have the following position available. Temporary Human Resources Manager - 12-month contract (maternity cover)– Based in Dublin [Hybrid]. – Ref HRM0424 Do you want to join an organisation that 98.2% of employees agree is an enjoyable place to work (staff survey 2023) Are you a HR professional who is interested in taking the next step in your career? Are you interested in making a difference to communities, young people and families? Then this is the job for you. Youth Advocate Programmes (YAP) Ireland provides unique intensive support programmes, using a strength based, wraparound approach employing community-based advocates leading to positive outcomes for young people and families. This post offers: Click the APPLY NOW button and select the code HRM0424 Only completed applications will be accepted, CV’s will NOT be accepted. Closing date for receipt of applications is: Wednesday 22nd May at 5pm Interviews will take place on: Wednesday 29th or Thursday 30th May

20 days agoFull-time
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