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Event Workers Wanted
Looking to work at some of the most exciting events this summer? Excel Recruitment has a large number of vacancies available throughout Ireland for Summer Festivals, Events, and Arena Tours . These roles are varied and cover a broad range of opportunities to gain experience in the hospitality sector. Responsibilities for Events Staff include: If you think you have the necessary skills and would be interested in working as part of our Events Team – please apply to this advert or call our Events Team on 01 871 7676.
Finance Associate GNFR
Position: Finance Associate – GNFR Location: Dublin Reports to: Financial Operations GNFR AP Team Lead This is a 12 month FTC Purpose of the role The Financial Operations team is responsible for supplier invoice processing, payments and other financial transactional processes. This role will be part of a team with responsibility for one or more of these processes and associated supplier and business engagement. To support the Team Lead in the day-to-day organisation and running of both the AP (GNFR) and AR Team. This role is based in Primark Head Office in Dublin with hybrid working. Roles & Responsibilities Key operational tasks will include: The ideal individual will: Our team in Financial Operations continuously search for new ways to improve the performance of our work to become the best at what we do. The ideal candidate for this role will enjoy working as part of this team in a fast paced environment. He/She will thrive on change within a continuous improvement culture and will be delighted to contribute to the creation of a first class, best practice financial operation.
Temporary Consultant Otolaryngologist
TEMPORARY CONSULTANT OTOLARYNGOLOGIST (si Otologist / Vestibular) Public Only Consultant Contract 2023 (POCC 2023) – 2 year fixed term contract Post Ref: TCO/05/23 · Mater Misericordiae University Hospital – 37 hours per week The following Professional Qualifications, experience shall apply to this appointment: Registration as a specialist in the Specialist Division of the Register of Medical Practitioners maintained by the Medical Council in Ireland in the speciality of otolaryngology. Informal enquiries can be made by contacting Mr Stephen Kieran, Consultant Otolaryngologist, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, email: firstname.lastname@example.org Applications for above post should send Curriculum Vitae (4 unbound copies) with a covering letter, together with the names, addresses and email details of three referees (two of whom should refer to recent appointments) to the Honorary Secretary, Medical Board, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, 59 Eccles Street, Dublin 7 . In addition please upload your CV by clicking on “Apply Now” below. The latest date for receipt of applications is Friday 9th June 2023
Project Worker Fixed Term Contract Full time – 35 hours per week 5/7 days including weekends – day and evening shift Salary €34,293.42 per annum Your New Role: This role offers a fantastic opportunity to provide support to our organisation’s central services in Dublin. Depaul is a values-led organisation working with a number of services throughout Dublin. This role will report directly to the local management team. This is an exciting opportunity to join an expanding team that is focused on the organisation’s development going forward. Essential Criteria: 2 year’s paid experience working in a social care field, desirably in a residential setting Online Application Procedure: Please complete the application form available on the employment page of our website https://depaulcharity.getgotjobs.co.uk/ Closing date for all applications: Friday 9th June 2023 at 5:00pm
Job Purpose: The basic grade neurophysiologist will work alongside a clinical and administrative team in the Department of Clinical Neurophysiology at the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital providing diagnostic testing such as electroencephalography(EEG), nerve conduction studies(NCS) and evoked potentials(EP’s). KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Informal Inquiries to: Niall Slamon <NSLAMON@mater.ie>, Chief Physiologist.
Sales Assistant, Fixed term – Tallaght Being a Sales Assistant in Flying Tiger Copenhagen is a busy and diverse role. They process deliveries, price and merchandise product on the shop floor, replenish regularly, support with opening and closing tills and ensure the store is immaculately presented, serve customers at the till point and provide ‘Flying Tiger Style' customer service. . A Flying Tiger employee is both enthusiastic and practical. They enjoy working in a fast-paced environment, are self-motivated, and are good at multitasking. They are positive and proactive with a ‘can-do attitude, enjoy being part of a team but are able to undertake their duties independently. Flying Tiger Copenhagen offers a progressive and fun place to work. Our store teams possess solid retail skills, are commercially focused, and have the autonomy to make and be accountable for decisions related to their store. We actively invest in our people and offer career progression opportunities. Ideally, you will have experience in a similar role within a fast-paced retail environment, but more importantly, you should be ready to be part of a fun, dynamic, and creative work environment. This role offers 8 hours minimum per week but we offer more, the rate of pay for this role is €11.30 per hour.
Roaming Engineer (Graduate), 2yr Fixed term Here at Three, we’ve done things differently since day one. We take the script and rip it up, we’re a big-hearted energetic bunch, striving for a better connected life. The energy of our people, the pace at which we operate, and the thrill of making bold moves is exhilarating and addictive. Magic happens when we power the connections that millions value, and you can feel it… When these things combine, phenomenal things happen. We encourage our employees to face their weaknesses, to really open themselves up to new challenges and projects in a supercharged and rich learning environment. We want you to become the best version of yourself. Join us as a Roaming Engineer The successful applicant will join a growing Roaming Operations team which is part of the Wholesale Department in Three Ireland. This is the team responsible for operational success and quality of service of Three’s Roaming product. This role will require an individual who has a vast technical understanding of existing mobile, fixed and IP networks. The role will also provide an excellent opportunity to further develop your understanding of future developments in the fundamentals of future developments in the telecommunications industry like 5G network slicing, IoT technology and VoLTE. The successful candidate will be operationally responsible for Roaming; performing testing and delivering new Roaming partnerships with foreign mobile networks for GSM, CAMEL, Data (3G/4G/5G), and VoLTE. They will work in a cross functional team across the Core & IP estate and with third party vendors, identifying/troubleshooting/resolving any operational Roaming incident or issues that may arise, and advise the wider technology team on design and provide deployment support for network change projects. Due to that nature of roaming and the number of elements involved, home network, roaming network, customer and different technologies, complex problems solving will be required and the ability to own a project or problem from inception through to delivery or resolution. The successful candidate will be expected to deliver continued process improvement in how the roaming service is delivered within the team and the wider business. What else it involves: New service launches and maintenance of existing live roaming relationships Benefits of Working at Three: Flexible working with our new Hybrid model, our employees will enjoy more flexibility working from home and our office locations in Dublin or Limerick (2/3 days per week office based) Competitive salary, annual performance bonus & pension contribution 25 days holidays plus 2.5 company days Annual Leave buy or sell (buy or sell up to 5 days AL each year) Healthcare Insurance through our flexible benefits programme Life assurance, phone & laptop, subsidized canteen Access to learning & development tools such as LinkedIn Learning Free on-site parking There’s a lot more to us than meets the eye. You may think you know us, but we’re full of surprises. Intrigued? Join us and Be Phenomenal. Apply now at: https://www.three.ie/careers #jobs Three Ireland is proud to be an equal opportunities employer. If you do not ‘tick every box’ there are likely other valuable attributes and skills you have that would make you a great fit for the team. If you feel this role is for you, then please apply! We are committed to equal employment and growing a diverse workforce. We embrace those of any race, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, disability, marital status, family status, civil status or membership of the traveller community, and we want our teams to reflect this! If you require interview reasonable adjustments, please let us know when scheduling your interview, or alternatively please email email@example.com
Slron/- / P A To Director Of Physics
There is currently one fixed-term, whole-time post available in St Luke’s Radiation Oncology Centre at St. Luke’s Radiation Oncology Network. The post holder will report to the Director of Physics or other nominated Manager. *Please submit an up to date CV to apply for the role* Personal Assistant to Chief Physicist and Director of Physics Act as the Director of Physics and the Chief Physicists first point of contact with people from both inside and outside the organisation. · Main point of contact for Human Resources Department, dealing with/following up on all HR issues, inclusive of recruitment issues, employee relations and employee engagement issues; · Providing all secretarial and administrative support as required; · Handling confidential documents/information between the National Cancer Control Programme, Network Executive Management Team, Network Clinical Forum, Environmental Protection Agency, Landauer and Human Resources Department. · Handling confidential patient related information. · Screening phone calls, enquiries and requests, and handling them when appropriate; · Meeting and greeting visitors at all levels of seniority; · Organising and maintaining diaries, making appointments and scheduling meetings; · Dealing with incoming post, corresponding on behalf of the Director of Physics and the Chief Physicist when appropriate; · Organising and attending meetings and ensuring the Director and the Chief are well prepared for meetings; Physics Department Administration · Co-ordination of all administration within the S.L.R.O.N. Physics Department, it is a networked department over S.L.R.O.N. Beaumont Centre, S.L.R.O.N. St. James’s Centre and S.L.R.O.N. St. Luke’s Hospital sites. It consists of Radiotherapy Physicists, CAMPEP Trainees, PhD Students, Clinical Engineering Technicians, Nuclear Medicine Physicists, Radiographers and a Senior Dosimetrist. · Co-ordination of administrative work is inclusive of letters, overtime/on-call, documentation for the Paybill Monitoring Group and the HSE National Recruitment Service, uploading leave onto the WizWeb System, maintaining time in lieu, processing of purchase requisitions / invoices, documentation for the Cancer Research Fund funded training and expenses, documentation for SLRON funded expenses, roof / undercroft permits, maintenance forms, stationary, taxi, courier and phone statements are processed, dealing with administrative issues for our University College Dublin Phd students and the Saudi Arabian funded students when necessary, co-ordination of physics lectures for Faculty of Radiologists, ensuring confidentiality declarations, garda vetting and insurance issues are dealt with, co-ordinate weekly Physics Scientific Meeting, co-ordinate calibration of monitors, Secretary to any project meetings. All administration queries from staff. · All administration queries for the Physics Department from Human Resources, Finance and other departments within the network. · Ensuring adherence to HSE Terms and Conditions. · Liaising with outside organisations. · Organisation of Licence Requirements for SLRON / Radiation Protection Advisor tasks and documentation. · Co-ordination of all Optically Stimulated Luminescence Dosimeters from Landauer Europe for all relevant staff across St. Luke’s Radiation Oncology Network. · All administrative issues to ensure continuity of work within the Physics Department across the three sites of the network. Additional duties and responsibilities In addition to supporting the Chief Physicists and the department, the workload and responsibilities outside the Physics Department include: The above Job Description is not intended to be a comprehensive list of all duties involved and consequently the postholder 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.
Global Talent & Development Manager
Global Talent & Development Manager Location:Dublin or Reading, UK (Remote Working permitted) Duration:12 month FTC Reports to:Head of Talent Team:Talent & Development Purpose of role: This role is part of the Talent and Development Leadership Team and will play a critical role in helping to drive a progressive Talent and Development strategy in support of real business priorities. You will have the responsibility for leading a team to deliver on an ambitious agenda across talent, performance and learning. You’ll be generous with your knowledge and time and enjoy seeing others grow from your guidance, coaching and mentoring along the way. In this role you will be responsible for the performance and talent management strategy globally across our retail markets and office-based colleagues. You will deliver on a roadmap to transform our performance culture and drive internal careers through a variety of initiatives. You will work in partnership with senior stakeholder and business partners to support the learning agenda for our office-based colleagues globally which includes Central Functions, Supply Chain and Buying, Merchandising and Design. You’ll be accountable for delivering solutions from onboarding, fundamental business skills and line manager essentials, with the aim of creating an engaging and memorable, end to end colleague learning experience. You’ll also work closely with the Learning Solutions Design team to build engaging and interactive solutions driving a step change in our digital learning approach. Key Duties & Responsibilities: Talent and Performance We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status
The Law Society of Ireland is the professional body for the solicitor’s profession in Ireland. They are inviting applications for an Examinations Administrator in the Education Department of the Law Society. The position will be part time (three days per week) on an eighteen month fixed term contract. Main duties and key responsibilities The successful candidate will carry out the following duties in line with the Society’s standards and strategic objectives and as directed by the Examinations Manager. Assisting in all aspects of the administration of Law Society examinations including: