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Trainee Military Aircraft Systems Technician

The Defence ForcesNationwide

CONDITIONS GOVERNING THE AWARDING OF A PLACE TO BECOME AN AIR CORPS TRAINEE MILITARY AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN IN THE AIR CORPS 1. GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS To qualify, a candidate shall at the time of application be: (i) a citizen of the State, or be any other person who has a lawful entitlement to reside and work within the State for the period of time that is required for the purpose of any such appointment and (ii) be of good character and satisfy any security clearance required and (iii) meet the required minimum standards of medical and physical fitness. 2. AGE REQUIREMENT Candidates must be 18 years of age or above and under 39 years of age on 12th June 2024. Please note that the upper age limit may be the subject of review in advance of future Competitions. 3. MINIMUM EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS Candidates must have attained the required minimum educational qualifications at the time of entry into the Air Corps. On enlistment, a candidate must have obtained specific minimum grades in the Leaving Certificate/National Equivalent. The standard minimum entry requirements are a minimum of Grade O6 in five subjects, at ordinary level, to include Mathematics, English or Irish or National Equivalent qualification and one of the following subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, Construction Studies or other STEM subject (scientific, technical, engineering, mathematical). Foundation Level and Leaving Cert Applied subjects are not reckonable. PLEASE NOTE: GUIDE TO THE AIR CORPS TRAINEE MILITARY AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN TRAINING PROGRAMME 2024 1. THE AIR CORPS The Air Corps currently operates twenty six aircraft in multi-role national aviation tasks. The types of aircraft include Learjet 45, CASA CN235 maritime patrol aircraft, Airbus CN295 maritime patrol aircraft, BN Defender, Pilatus PC-9M and PC-12. The Air Corps also operates Eurocopter EC135 and Leonardo AW139 helicopters. The primary role of the Air Corps is to provide support to the Army, Naval Service and An Garda Síochána in countering threats to State security on land, sea and air. In addition, the day to day peace time role of the Air Corps includes activities such as Maritime Surveillance, Fishery Protection, Garda Air Support Unit, Ministerial Air Transport, Emergency Aeromedical Service and Air Ambulance The Air Corps trains its own Military Pilot Officers, Military Aircraft Technicians, Military Air Traffic Controllers, Air Photographers and General Service personnel. Air Corps personnel may serve overseas as mandated by Government. 2. THE AIR CORPS TRAINEE MILITARY AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN PROGRAMME The purpose of the Air Corps Trainee Military Aircraft Systems Technician programme is to provide military aircraft technicians for the Irish Air Corps. The programme offers successful candidates the opportunity of becoming an efficient and disciplined member of the Air Corps The trainee technician undergoes full basic military training and passes out as a 3-Star soldier prior to commencing their technical training. This is a unique opportunity for an individual who has an interest in military training to also pursue a career in aviation maintenance. The initial military training affords the trainee technician an opportunity to develop skills which are applicable to the aircraft maintenance environment such as discipline, self-reliance, teamwork and working to exacting standards. The system of training is of the highest standard, and the training programme in the Air Corps Technical Training School has been developed to provide ab initio technical training. The programme offers successful candidates the opportunity to become an efficient and disciplined member of the Air Corps. The programme is aimed at meeting the current and future employment needs of the Air Corps by providing graduates with a Level 7 Degree. The programme offers an interdisciplinary approach whichin the students obtain a mix of technological and operational skills specifically related to Irish Military aviation requirements.

14 days agoTraineeFull-time

Kerry Summer Internship Program

KerryNationwide

How often can you find a multi-billion-dollar company that offers you flexibility to change in your career as your interests change? You just did. Kerry's unique culture and commitment to change in the food, beverage, and pharma industries offers support and opportunities as your interests and need to explore grow. If fast-paced, entrepreneurial, and global opportunities appeal to you, then introduce yourself! Kerry Group Summer Internships  Did you know as part of our Early Careers program we offer a range of internships across our functions and sites in Ireland, UK, and Mainland Europe?  Whether you are available for 3, 6, 9 or 12 months, we offer you the opportunity to gain real value-adding work experience and be first to hear about our Graduate program opportunities, all whilst earning a competitive salary! .  We are excited to invite students from any degree / discipline to pre-register your interest in our Summer 2024 Early Careers Internship Programs. Our 2024 internship opportunities are in various fields like Accounts & Finance, Research, Development & Applications (RDA), Manufacturing, ICT, Supply Chain, and Food Safety & Quality (FSQ) Health, Safety and Environment (HSE).  How do I Register? We will ask you to complete a brief application form and upload your CV. We will then be in touch as soon as we have confirmed our 2024 summer opportunities to arrange next steps.  In Kerry we benefit from the knowledge of our colleagues who bring a diverse range of cultures, backgrounds, lifestyles, and experiences. One team fostering an inclusive culture that, above all, inspires food and nourishes life. One culture where everyone brings their unique perspectives and experiences to help make us better, together. We are committed to nurturing an environment of positivity and inclusiveness, where everyone can be at their best, both personally and professionally. Our recruitment, selection and assessment process are based on the skills and competencies of the specific roles and based entirely on merit. We are committed to and value Diversity and Inclusion in all recruitment processes within Kerry and do not discriminate based on gender, race, class, economic status, ethnic background, sexual orientation, age, political beliefs, veteran status, marital status, or any other protected characteristic. Beware of scams online or from individuals claiming to represent us. A Kerry employee will not solicit candidates through a non-Kerry email address or phone number. In addition, Kerry does not currently utilise video chat rooms (e.g., Google Hangouts) to conduct interviews. Refuse any request that asks you to provide payment to participate in the hiring process (e.g., purchasing a “starter kit,” investing in training, or something similar). Kerry will not ask you to pay any money at any point in the hiring process with the exception of reimbursable travel expenses. In addition, any payments made by Kerry will be from official firm accounts bearing the Kerry name.

10 hours agoFull-time

TPM Manager

Kerry GroupNaas, Kildare

Requisition ID 51317 Position Type FT Permanent Recruiter #LI-MU1 Posting Type LI About Kerry Kerry is the world's leading taste and nutrition company for the food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries. Every day we partner with customers to create healthier, tastier and more sustainable products that are consumed by billions of people across the world. Our vision is to be our customers' most valued partner, creating a world of sustainable nutrition. A career with Kerry offers you an opportunity to shape the future of food while providing you opportunities to explore and grow in a truly global environment. About the role Here at Kerry, we are currently recruiting for a full time, permanent Third Party Manufacturing Lead based in Naas, Ireland. As Third Party Manufacturing Manager, you’ll be responsible for contract manufacturing/third party manufacturing partners across Europe. This is a fantastic opportunity for a candidate looking to join a Global entity offering exposure across multiple functions and countries. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate that they are a methodical worker, with attention to detail, diligent and organized. This role is critical to establishing and maintaining close rapport with internal and external stakeholders. You will be working closely with our business VP's and leading contract negotiations with external parties, so you must be able to demonstrate confident and concise communication skills. What will I be doing? Project Management  Beware of scams online or from individuals claiming to represent us. A Kerry employee will not solicit candidates through a non-Kerry email address or phone number. In addition, Kerry does not currently utilise video chat rooms (e.g., Google Hangouts) to conduct interviews. Refuse any request that asks you to provide payment to participate in the hiring process (e.g., purchasing a “starter kit,” investing in training, or something similar). Kerry will not ask you to pay any money at any point in the hiring process with the exception of reimbursable travel expenses. In addition, any payments made by Kerry will be from official firm accounts bearing the Kerry name.

30+ days agoFull-timePermanent

Store Manager

Sun Fashion LabKildare

Overview We are currently looking for a Store Manager for our multi-brand Store Sun Fashion Lab in Kildare Village. SFL is an Italian owned specialty sunglass retailer with many stores throughout the Europe. Dior, Jimmy Choo, Fendi, Max Mara, Polaroid, Givenchy, Marc Jacobs, Hugo Boss, Celine, and Tommy Hilfiger are just a few of the many brands we are proud to represent. If you have experience managing Luxury Stores and you enjoy leading, motivating and developing teams this is your opportunity.  Qualifications: - Minimum 3 years Retail Experience, preferably in the optical industry - Strong leadership abilities with the ability to inspire and motivate a team towards achieving goals - Ability to organize and operate effectively whilst achieving the highest levels of customer service - Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills - Excellent time management skills - Flexibility to work weekends and evenings as required We offer: - Salary commensurate with experience - Attractive bonus incentives based on the team's performance - Opportunities for career advancement and professional growth - Employee discounts

30+ days agoFull-time

Retail Stock Counters

Retail Asset SolutionsNationwide

The Company • We are a leading provider of retail stocktaking, merchandising and supply chain management services. • With over 3500 employees throughout the UK and Ireland, we provide a hardworking and rewarding workplace with many progression opportunities. The Role • We are looking for Retail Stock Counters to add to our already successful team. • This a casual role which means you can control the days you work • Employment will be carried out on different retail customer sites and stores and travel will vary on a shift-by-shift basis. Certain locations will have minibus transport provided free of charge. • You will be responsible for ensuring stock is counted quickly and accurately using a handheld scanner. • Being able to stand for prolonged periods of time is needed for the role and access equipment such as ladders or steps may have to be used on occasion to reach high stock. Key Skills/ Experience Required • Due to the nature of our work, you must be able to work unsociable hours including early mornings and throughout the night when required. As a result, we can only accept applicants 18 years and over. • You must have a 'can do' attitude and be able to work long shifts when required on large counts. • With our innovative business, the technology changes and progresses and therefore being a quick learner is a key skill required. • Any experience of handling stock is an advantage but not a necessity. • A good understanding of the English language is essential. The Package/ Benefits • Salary: £10.55 per hour + £1.27 per hour holiday pay • Access to Wagestream, this is a new system which enables colleagues to track, save and access up to 50% of their wages prior to pay day. Wagestream also offers financial advice, contributing to the financial wellbeing of RAS colleagues. • Free Minibus transport is offered certain locations ONLY • Millage and expenses where minibus is not available • Progression Opportunities Retail & Asset Solutions are hiring NOW with immediate starts available. If you think you are suitable for this position and you want to find out more, please apply today! retailsupport.reg6@retailassetsolutions.com

7 days agoFull-time

Road&A Analytical Senior Scientist - Flavours

Kerry GroupNaas, Kildare

About Kerry The aim to shape the future of food might seem ambitious to some, but to us in Kerry, it's all in a day’s work. Kerry is dedicated to helping create better-tasting, more authentic and nutritious food, and beverages. We produce safe, quality products that help feed millions every day. Wherever you are, we can work together to create inspiring solutions that nourish life About the role We are recruiting for a R,D&A Analytical Senior Scientist to join our R,D&A team in Naas. This role provides information to flavour creation teams on what compounds make up the aroma/flavour of a sample. This is used for all matching projects, can be used for analysis of real-world samples (e.g. grilled cheese sandwich), as well as troubleshooting off-notes. This role also supports the quality functions across UK and Ireland by providing analysis to support customer and QC complaints. The focus of this role is to support our research and development functions by successfully isolating and analysing flavour and aroma ingredients from a variety of food matrices using a range of sample preparation techniques and analytical instrumentation. Main activities of the role are to provide, interpret and report compositional analytical data from match analysis of competitor products, as well as foods, flavours, flavour raw materials and intermediates to identify and quantify volatile flavour compounds in support of the product development process. What will I be doing? Get in touch today! In Kerry we benefit from the knowledge of our colleagues who bring a diverse range of cultures, backgrounds, lifestyles and experiences. One team fostering an inclusive culture that, above all, inspires food and nourishes life. One culture where everyone brings their unique perspectives and experiences to help make us better, together. We are committed to nurturing an environment of positivity and inclusiveness, where everyone can be at their best, both personally and professionally. ​Our recruitment, selection and assessment process are based on the skills and competencies of the specific roles and based entirely on merit. We are committed to and value Diversity and Inclusion in all recruitment processes within Kerry and do not discriminate based on gender, race, class, economic status, ethnic background, sexual orientation, age, political beliefs, veteran status, marital status or any other protected characteristic. We look forward to meeting you!

30+ days ago

Defence Forces Cadetships 2024

The Defence ForcesNationwide€22,630 - €35,157 per year

The Defence Forces Cadetship will prepare individuals morally, mentally and physically for their role as leaders in the Defence Forces whilst instilling the organisations values of respect, loyalty, selflessness, physical courage, moral courage and integrity into students. Applications are now open Naval Service Cadetships 2024.  Candidates must be 18 years of age or above and under 39 years of age on the 19th May 2024. Closing date for Naval Service Cadetship applications is Sunday 19th May 2024 at 2359hrs GDPR Notice All applications for Defence Forces positions are processed in accordance with the Defence Forces Applicants Privacy Notice, as set out on the applicants page with Candidate Manager Careers Information Applications forms for entry into the Defence Forces are only available through the online application form on this site. The online application form for enlistment is only available when recruitment competitions are open. There is NO access to the online application form when recruitment is closed. Reserve Defence Forces The Defence Forces are  NOT  accepting applications the Reserve Forces at this time. Please Note: Application forms for entry into the Defence Forces are only available through the online application form on this site. The online application form for enlistment is only available when recruitment competitions are open. There is NO access to the online application form when recruitment is closed. Applications Through Irish To make an application through Irish send an email to  recruitment@defenceforces.ie  to request an application form. Cadetships may be available in the following: NAVAL SERVICE (Operations Branch) NAVAL SERVICE (Marine Engineering) NAVAL SERVICE (Electrical Engineering) Subject to the specific criteria being fulfilled as outlined below, applications may be made by the following: GRADUATES SCHOOL LEAVERS/NON-GRADUATES SERVING PERSONNEL 1. GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS To qualify for the award of a Cadetship, a candidate shall: a. at the time of application be- (i) a citizen of the State, or be any other person who has a lawful entitlement to reside and work within the State for the period of enlistment required for the course of training as a cadet and, if subsequently commissioned as an officer, for the additional period of time that is required for the purpose of any such appointment. (ii) Be of good character and satisfy any security clearance requirement. b. Be 18 years of age or above and under 39 years of age on the closing date for applications i.e. 5th May 2024. 2. MINIMUM EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (a) Naval Service – Operations Branch School Leaver or Non-Graduate Candidates Must possess a minimum of Grade H5 in 3 Higher Level papers, and, Grade 04 in 3 Ordinary Level Papers or Grade H7 in 3 Higher level papers. Candidates must have obtained these grades in a single sitting of the Leaving Certificate examination for CAO computation purposes. AND A candidate’s educational qualifications must include a minimum of Grade 06 at Ordinary level or H6 at Higher Level in the following subjects: (i) Mathematics. (ii) Irish. NUI matriculation exemptions apply. (iii) English. Candidates whose first language is not English must satisfy the English language requirements in accordance with NUI Matriculations Regulations. Subject to meeting the criteria to have obtained a minimum of Grade H4 in 4 Higher Level papers, and, Grade O2 in 2 Ordinary level papers or Grade H7 in 2 Higher level papers, a candidate may use the results of another sitting of the Leaving Certificate for the minimum educational requirements in (i) to (iii) above. Where a School Leaver applicant is undertaking a field of study in Nautical Science at Level 7 (or below) of the NFQ, they may be facilitated in continuing their training to complete their field of study in Nautical Science at Level 7 of the NFQ in a college nominated by the Flag Officer Commanding Naval Service. Where a School Leaver applicant has undertaken / is undertaking a Level 8 (or below) NFQ qualification not specified above, they may seek a determination that the course of study meets the requirements subject to submitting suitable evidence of equivalence to Defence Forces Recruitment Section, Defence Forces Headquarters, Department of Defence, Station Road, Newbridge, Co. Kildare, W12 AD93, for the Flag Officer Commanding Naval Service’s determination. Graduate Candidates Must have successfully completed a Bachelor Degree programme at Level 8 of the National Framework of Qualifications. OR Have successfully completed a Bachelor Degree programme at Level 7 of the National Framework of Qualifications, from a recognised institution, in Nautical Science. (b) Naval Service – Marine Engineering School Leaver or Non-Graduate Candidates Must possess a minimum of H5 in 3 Higher Level papers, and a minimum of Grade O4 in 3 Ordinary Level papers or Grade H6 in 3 Higher Level papers. Candidates must have obtained these grades in a single sitting of the Leaving Certificate examination for CAO computation purposes. AND A candidate’s educational qualifications must include: (i) Mathematics. Minimum of Grade 02 in an Ordinary Level Paper or Grade H6 in a Higher Level paper. (ii) Irish. Minimum Grade O6 in an Ordinary Level paper or Grade H6 in a Higher Level paper. NUI matriculation exemptions apply. (iii) English. Minimum Grade O6 in an Ordinary Level paper or Grade H6 in a Higher Level paper. Candidates whose first language is not English must satisfy the English language requirements in accordance with NUI Matriculations Regulations. Subject to meeting the criteria to have obtained a minimum of Grade H5 in 3 Higher Level papers, and, a minimum of Grade O4 in 3 Ordinary Level or Grade H6 in 3 Higher Level papers, a candidate may use the results of another sitting of the Leaving Certificate for the minimum educational requirements in (i) to (iii) above. Where a School Leaver applicant is undertaking an engineering programme in Marine Engineering at Level 7 (or below) of the NFQ, they may be facilitated in continuing their training to complete an engineering programme in Marine Engineering at Level 7 of the NFQ in a college nominated by the Flag Officer Commanding Naval Service. Where a School Leaver applicant has undertaken / is undertaking a Level 8 (or below) NFQ qualification not specified above, they may seek a determination that the course of study meets the requirements subject to submitting suitable evidence of equivalence to Defence Forces Recruitment Section, Defence Forces Headquarters, Department of Defence, Station Road, Newbridge, Co. Kildare, W12 AD93, for the Flag Officer Commanding Naval Service’s determination. Graduate Candidates Must have successfully completed a Bachelor Degree programme at Level 8 of the National Framework of Qualifications. OR Have successfully completed a Bachelor Degree programme at Level 7 of the National Framework of Qualifications, from a recognised institution, in Marine Engineering. (c) Naval Service - Electrical Engineering School Leaver or Non – Graduate Candidates Must possess a minimum of Grade H4 in 4 Higher Level papers, and a minimum of Grade 02 in 2 Ordinary Level papers or Grade H7 in 2 Higher Level papers. Candidates must have obtained these grades in a single sitting of the Leaving Certificate examination for CAO computation purposes, AND A candidate’s educational qualifications must include the following: (i) Mathematics. Minimum of Grade H5 in a Higher Level paper. (ii) Irish. Minimum Grade O6 in an Ordinary Level paper or Grade H6 in a Higher Level paper. NUI matriculation exemptions apply. (iii) English. Minimum Grade O6 in an Ordinary Level paper or Grade H6 in a Higher Level paper. Candidates whose first language is not English must satisfy the English language requirements in accordance with NUI Matriculations Regulations. Subject to meeting the criteria to have obtained a minimum of Grade H4 in 4 Higher Level papers, and, a minimum of Grade 02 in 2 Ordinary Level papers or Grade H7 in 2 Higher Level papers, a candidate may use the results of another sitting of the Leaving Certificate for the minimum educational requirements in (i) to (iii) above. Where a School Leaver applicant is undertaking an engineering programme in Electrical / Electronic Engineering at Level 8 (or below) of the NFQ, they may be facilitated in continuing their training to complete an engineering programme in Electrical / Electronic Engineering at Level 8 of the NFQ in a college nominated by the Flag Officer Commanding Naval Service. Where a School Leaver applicant has undertaken / is undertaking a Level 8 (or below) NFQ qualification not specified above, they may seek a determination that the course of study meets the requirements subject to submitting, suitable evidence of equivalence, to Defence Forces Recruitment Section, Defence Forces Headquarters, Department of Defence, Station Road, Newbridge, Co. Kildare, W12 AD93, for the Flag Officer Commanding Naval Service’s determination. Graduate Candidates Graduate Candidates must have successfully completed a Bachelor Degree programme at Level 8 or higher of the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ) in either Electrical or Electronic Engineering. Where an applicant has a Level 8 or higher NFQ qualification not specified above, they may seek a determination that the qualification meets the requirements subject to submitting, suitable evidence of equivalence, to Defence Forces Recruitment Section, Defence Forces Headquarters, Department of Defence, Station Road, Newbridge, Co. Kildare, W12 AD93, for the Flag Officer Commanding Naval Service’s determination. PLEASE NOTE: • Leaving Certificate Applied does not qualify for the Cadetship competitions. • Where applicable, applications for Cadetships are invited from persons who are sitting examinations in the competition year, which would enable them to satisfy the Minimum Educational Qualifications criteria for each cadetship category. Original documentary evidence that a candidate meets the minimum educational qualifications, as outlined above, must be presented to the relevant Interview Board Secretary. Applicants will be notified of a date via email when this evidence must be provided. • Candidates must provide documentary proof from the National University of Ireland, at Stage 1 of the selection procedure, for any educational exemptions. Further information is available on www.nui.ie • In order to be eligible to apply for a Cadetship, holders of European and International qualifications must satisfy the Matriculation Registration requirements as outlined in the current “NUI Matriculation Regulations available on www.nui.ie. The equivalent grades required for those candidates who sat the Leaving Certificate Examination prior to 2017 can be found at Annex E.3. 3. MEDICAL AND PHYSICAL STANDARDS Candidates must be in good mental and bodily health and free from any physical defect, abnormality, physiological condition or history of serious illness likely to interfere with the efficient performance of their duties. The following are the minimum physical requirements: a. Height A candidates’ height will be determined at the Medical Examination – see Para. 8. Weight and chest measurements must be in keeping with height and age. Min. height: 157.48cm Note: BMI will be determined at Stage 2, the Assessment Phase of the competition. b. Vision Colour vision must be normal. Both eyes must be free from disfiguring or incapacitating abnormality and free from acute or chronic disease. There must be no evidence of squint or latent squint. The eligibility of applicants who have had previous incisional or laser treatment to correct visual acuity will be determined at the Medical Examination. Please see Annex C for further information. • Operations Branch: Vision not less than 6/9 in one eye and not less than 6/12 in the other eye with normal night vision, without the use of corrective lenses. • Engineering Branch: Not less than 6/18 in each eye, corrected to not less than 6/6 in one eye and 6/9 in the other. c. Dental Candidates must be free from any serious periodontal disease and possess teeth to a specific standard, which is not less than the equivalent of eleven over eleven natural teeth functionally opposed. In certain circumstances, artificial teeth may be acceptable. d. Hearing A good standard of unaided hearing is essential. Candidates will be required to undergo an audiometric test at which: (1) The sum of the hearing threshold at 1,2,3, 4 and 6 kHz should not exceed the age and gender related warning levels contained in the "Guidelines on Hearing Checks and Audiometry Regulations 2007", issued by the Health and Safety Authority (2) Candidates under 25 years of age must be able to hear all measured pure tones up to and including 8 kHz at 20dB in each ear. Candidates aged 25 and older must be able to hear all measured pure tones up to and including 8 kHz at 25dB in each ear. Candidates must also be free from acute or chronic ear disorders. Pay and Allowances etc. 1. In line with Department of Finance instructions of 23 December 2010, starting pay will be at the minimum of the scale. The rate of remuneration may, be adjusted from time to time in line with Government pay policy. 2. The following are the current rates of pay that apply to Cadets with effect from 1 October 2023 Officers Pay: Rate 1 - Cadets Current Rates of Pay with effect from 1 October 2023 Point Personal Pension Contribution (PPC) scale Full PRSI (Class H) 1st €22,630 2nd €25,149 3rd €28,361 4th €31,253 5th €35,157

13 days agoFull-time

Communications Officer With Irish Language Fluency

The Teaching CouncilMaynooth, County Kildare€555.90 - €881.37 per week

Purpose of the Teaching Council The Teaching Council is the regulator of the teaching profession in Ireland. It is dedicated to promoting and regulating excellence in the teaching profession. The Teaching Council are currently seeking to appoint a Communications Officer at Clerical Officer level with fluent Irish language. Location Teaching Council, Block A, Maynooth Business Campus, Maynooth, Co. Kildare (Blended working arrangements are available in accordance with the Teaching Council’s Blended Working Protocols). Job Type Permanent Contract Job Description Clerical Officers (CO) play a vital part in supervising and delivering a range of services on behalf of the Council. COs will work in a sub-section within the main organisational structure of Registration; Initial Teachers' Education & Induction; Teachers’ Learning & Research; Professional Standards (Fitness to Teach); Corporate Services; Communications; Human Resources; and Finance. Role and Purpose The Communications team is responsible for communicating the work of the Teaching Council to the public through our website, media releases, social media channels, stakeholder engagement, and other appropriate fora. The team also manages all media queries and parliamentary questions, delivers internal communications to ensure staff are fully informed on key Teaching Council activities, and provides strategic communications oversight for the Council. The role will suit a creative digital communications professional, with excellent writing skills who is keen to work in a collaborative, busy and dynamic communications environment. The Clerical Officer must have fluent Irish both written and oral. The Communications team works with a third-party provider to provide design services. We also work with a third-party translating company to ensure we meet our obligations under the Official Languages Act. Key Responsibilities The appointed Clerical Officer will report to the Communications Manager. The following outlines the type of work that the officer may be required to undertake: o General administration duties e.g. dealing with queries, documentation, input of information, answering/ making telephone and reception cover. o Working as part of the communication team and delivering services. o Support the Executive Officer to implement the Communications strategy. o Plan and organise stakeholder events. o Attend events on behalf of the Council to promote teaching as a career. o Ensure that the Council adheres to its obligations under the Official Languages Act. Plan and promote key projects and updates, and drive engaged, relevant traffic through digital marketing and communications. o Continually monitor and develop the website to provide trusted, engaging, informative, and accessible content that is up to date, and work with staff to develop content. o Assist with managing the social media content calendar and posting schedule. o Evaluate opportunities to run digital campaigns; set up, monitor, and report on paid digital advertising. o Ensure the Teaching Council brand identity guidelines are adhered to internally and externally while ensuring accessibility in all content across a range of devices. o Perform all duties when requested through the medium of the Irish Language. Person Specification Essential: o Fluency in the Irish Language. o Excellent written and verbal communication with a high level of attention to detail. o Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook. o Ability to work independently and as part of a team. o Good organisational skills with a focus on outcomes and deadlines and a proven ability to manage a complex workload. o Self-starter with initiative and drive, energy and enthusiasm, an ability to work independently, to think creatively and identify opportunities. o Be dependable and have an adaptable attitude to work and receiving constructive feedback. Desirable: o A third level qualification or experience in any related discipline to communications. o Ability to create visual content – graphics and/or video. o Experience of using Adobe photoshop (or similar) and in-design. o Knowledge of up-to-date digital best practice, and an innovative and creative approach to designing, delivering, and publishing digital content. Candidate Assessment Criteria Candidates will be assessed based on the job description outlined above, evidence of meeting the requirements set out above and the competency framework for Clerical Officer grade staff shown below. Teamwork o Shows respect for colleagues and co-workers. o Develops and maintains good working relationships with others, sharing information and knowledge, as appropriate. o Offers own ideas and perspectives. o Understands own role in the team, making every effort to play his/her part. Information Management/Processing o Approaches and delivers all work in a thorough and organised manner. o Follows procedures and protocols, understanding their value and the rationale behind them. o Keeps high quality records that are easy for others to understand. o Draws appropriate conclusions from information. o Suggests new ways of doing things better and more efficiently. o 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 o Takes responsibility for work and sees it through to the appropriate next level. o Completes work in a timely manner. o Adapts quickly to new ways of doing things. o Checks all work thoroughly to ensure it is completed to a high standard and learns from mistakes. o Writes with correct grammar and spelling and draws reasonable conclusions from written instructions. o Identifies and appreciates the urgency and importance of different tasks. o Demonstrates initiative and flexibility in ensuring work is delivered. o Is self-reliant and uses judgment on when to ask manager or colleagues for guidance. Customer Service & Communication Skills o Actively listens to others and tries to understand their perspectives/ requirements/ needs. o Understands the steps or processes that customers must go through and can clearly explain these. o Is respectful, courteous, and professional, remaining composed, even in challenging circumstances. o Can be firm when necessary and communicate with confidence and authority. o Communicates clearly and fluently when speaking and in writing. Drive & Commitment to Public Service Values o Consistently strives to perform at a high level and deliver a quality service. o Serves the Government and people of Ireland. o Is thorough and conscientious, even if work is routine. o Is enthusiastic and resilient, persevering in the face of challenges and setbacks. o Is personally honest and trustworthy. o At all times acts with integrity. Specialist Knowledge, Expertise and Self Development o Develops and maintains the skills and expertise required to perform in the role effectively, e.g. relevant technologies, IT systems spreadsheet, Microsoft Office, relevant policies etc. o Clearly understands the role, objective, and targets and how they fit into the work of the section. o Is committed to self-development and continuously seeks to improve personal performance. Pay The scale of pay is as follows: Personal Pension Contribution (PPC) Pay Rate €555.90 €588.60 €596.90 €613.11 €637.03 €660.90 €684.76 €702.15 €721.85 €744.73 €760.83 €783.48 €805.98 €841.11 €868.70¹ €881.37² This rate will apply where the appointee is a new recruit to the public service or is a civil or public servant appointed on or after 6th April 1995 and is making a compulsory personal pension contribution. This rate will be adjusted in line with revised pay-scales published by the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform. *LSI 1 is Long service Increment after 3 years on Max of scale. *LSI 2 is Long service increment after 6 years on Max of scale. The Non-Personal Pension Contribution (Non PPC) pay rate will apply where the successful candidate is current civil or public servant recruited before 6th April 1995 and who is not required to make a compulsory personal pension contribution. This rate will be adjusted in line with revised pay-scales published by the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform.

4 days agoFull-time

HR Administrator

BAM IrelandKildare

Building a sustainable tomorrow Bam is currently recruiting for a HR Administrator to work within our HR Admin and Payroll team, on a 12-month fixed term contract basis. Your mission Working with the Peoples Services team, the HR Administrator will report to the Payroll & HR Admin Manager, providing support and taking administrative responsibilities of all HR Admin Activities and data management of employee data on our HR system, Bam People (SuccessFactors). Key stakeholders for the role are the wider People Team and the general employment population. Responsibilities include: • Maintaining all employee data on the HR system, actioning changes where required. • Track and update all employee changes, onboarding, probations, FTC’s extensions, right to work, absences, retirees, offboarding and reference letters. • Maintaining the ticketing system called TOPdesk, assigning tickets and responding where required. • Answering employee queries relating to benefits and HR policies and drafting all employment related letters. • Administering employee tax saver benefits, bike to work, travel saver etc. • Generating reports from our HR system (SuccessFactors) for key stakeholders. • Supporting Payroll colleagues with payroll related data and information. • Supporting the HRBP function with reports, letters and communications relating to ER and IR items. • Supporting the creation of efficient processes and HR templates when required. • Supporting data projects and liaising with HR colleagues across the division on a variety of HR related initiatives. • Ad hoc support to the wider People Services Team. Who are we looking for? • HR / Employment Law qualification • Sufficient HR admin/generalist experience in a previous role(s). • Experience using a HR system (SuccessFactors) and familiarity with HRIS activities a distinct advantage. • Excellent attention to detail. • Proficiency using the Microsoft Suite especially Excel and Word. • Relative employment law knowledge including GDPR. • Ability to work on own initiative with minimum supervision. • Good knowledge of employment lifecycle processes. What’s in it for you? Opportunities! Opportunities to work with a great team on some of Irelands largest and most exciting construction and civil engineering projects. Opportunity to develop your skills to the highest industry standards while earning competitive salaries. BAM are committed to its employees and offer strong competitive salaries along with benefits such as; 8% pension contribution, health care program, Learning and Development opportunities, further education, company vehicles (depending on the role), opportunities to travel, bike to work scheme, company laptop, company phone, flexible working arrangements and many more. Your work environment People are at the heart of what we do at BAM. We recognise that creating a diverse and inclusive environment that nurtures our employees and encourages them to bring their best and whole self to work is crucial. We’re on an exciting journey to get us there by recruiting the very best talent to join us regardless of race, colour, religion, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability or other characteristics. Who are we? The art of building is about building for communities; it’s about building for life. Where others stop, we go further, leading the way towards a sustainable tomorrow for us and future generations. As an industry leader, we raise the bar. Our values: sustainable, inclusive, collaborative, reliable and ownership, enable us to achieve our ambitions. Today, tomorrow and every day. Our recruitment process, what you need to know? BAM is committed to ensuring a fully inclusive recruitment and onboarding process, so if at any time you feel we need to do something to make it more accessible to you, do not hesitate to let us know. CLICK THE APPLY BUTTON TO GO TO THEIR CAREERS PAGE WHERE YOU CAN CHECK THIS JOB AND ALL OTHER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE.

6 days agoFull-time

General Assistant

Mowlam HealthcareAthy, County Kildare

Cloverlodge Nursing Home  is a luxury, purpose built single story nursing home, centrally located in Athy, Co. Kildare.We are now recruiting for a  General Assistant  to join the team. Hours include weekdays and weekends so full flexibility is required. This would be a 30 hour week.  Purpose of the Role As General Assistant, you will contribute to the efficiency and effectiveness of the home management with regards to ensuring that a high standard of cleanliness is adhered to at all times. This role will involve working in both the Kitchen and Housekeeping teams.Responsible To: Director of Nursing What does the role of a General Assistant entail? All posts are subject to satisfactory references, medical and Garda vetting.

9 days agoFull-time
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