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Chefs

Beckett's Irish BarOutside of Ireland

Irish-owned cafés & bars in Belgium, Europe looking for friendly, creative, and motivated Chefs with experience in a fast-paced environment. Applicants should have a basic knowledge of hygiene protocols/kitchen 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 training 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 the ambition to succeed need apply. Within a year, you can really evolve in your position with us while enjoying a good standard of life in a warm and safe environment.

8 days agoFull-time

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.

8 days agoFull-time

Mystery Shoppers

Customer Perceptions LtdNationwide

Mystery Shoppers - Required Nationwide! Looking to earn an extra income? Would you like to earn cash while you shop? Customer Perceptions are recruiting  Mystery Shoppers  across Ireland. Flexible working hours are available to suit your needs. All you need is: ✅  Good observational skills ✅ The ability to recognise outstanding customer service ✅ A strong grasp of written and spoken English Click  Apply Now  to submit your application today! Don't have a current CV? No worries - Just click Apply Now and upload your letter of introduction through the cv section OR Click  HERE  to view the JobAlert.ie CV templates section and build your CV today! 🛑 IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE A RESPONSE WITHIN 4 WORKING DAYS OF SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION PLEASE DOUBLE-CHECK YOUR SPAM OR JUNK FOLDER 🛑

22 days agoPart-time

Sales Acquisition Executive

EirNationwide€32,000 per year

Why This Role: Others:About eir: We are the country's biggest and best network with Ireland's fastest broadband, 4G mobile as standard, as well as the largest 5G network and individual business solutions. We are proud to be part of the very fabric of Ireland, going right back to the foundation of the state. We touch every community across the country. We already connect over 2 million customers across Ireland, which means we're one of the country's biggest brands. At eir, we can connect you to cutting edge careers, inspirational people, plenty of commitment and ambition, and a fantastic future. Our aim is to be the provider of choice for communications services in Ireland, which means we focus on looking after our people, so they can do the same for our customers. CLICK THE APPLY BUTTON TO GO TO THEIR CAREERS PAGE WHERE YOU CAN CHECK THIS JOB AND ALL OTHER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE.

11 hours ago

Air Corps Recruit - General Service

The Defence ForcesNationwide

The Defence Forces are now accepting applications for General Service in the Air Corps. We live in a world of diversity; the Defence Forces require men and women from all backgrounds that possess a strong sense of duty, enjoy working as part of a team, and are looking for a rewarding yet challenging career. Air Corps applicants must be at least 18 years old and under the age of 39 years of age on the closing date for applications. Applications will only be accepted online. CLICK THE APPLY BUTTON TO GO TO THEIR CAREERS PAGE WHERE YOU CAN CHECK THIS JOB AND ALL OTHER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE.

2 days agoFull-time

Naval Service Recruit - General Service

The Defence ForcesNationwide

The Defence Forces are now accepting applications for General Service Recruit in the Naval Service. We live in a world of diversity; the Defence Forces require men and women from all backgrounds that possess a strong sense of duty, enjoy working as part of a team, and are looking for a rewarding yet challenging career. Naval Service applicants must be at least 18 years old and under the age of 39 years of age on the closing date for applications. What is a Naval Service Recruit A Naval Service Recruit enlists for General Service in the Other Ranks of the Defence Forces. After successfully completing the initial Recruit Training course a recruit passes out as an Ordinary Seaman and will then go onto their Branch Training Course before becoming qualified as an Able Body sailor in the Naval Service. Who we want Naval Service Recruits go on to form the backbone of the Irish Naval Service. Recruit training is 22 weeks in duration and is designed to develop a physically fit, disciplined and motivated person using basic military and naval skills in order to prepare them for further training in the Service. Recruits are instilled with the Naval Service ethos and the values of Courage, Respect, Integrity and Loyalty. On successful completion of the Recruit training, the Recruit is advanced to the training rank of Ordinary Rating (equivalent of 2 Star Private in the Army). The Naval Service has four Branches consisting of Seaman's, Communications, Mechanicians and Supplies. The Ordinary Rate commences their chosen Branch training giving them the specialised skills required to fulfil their role at sea and ashore. After this initial specialisation training, the Ordinary Rate will proceed to sea and take up an appointment onboard one of our ships for a two year rotation. Life at sea is at all times varied. The Ordinary Rate regardless of Branch is a much valued member of the ships crew. As well as Branch duties, he/she will be called on to complete other duties such as general maintenance, boat work, Damage Control/Firefighting. He/she may also be a member of a Naval Boarding team during Drug Interdiction Operations. If you are interested in a life at sea, as part of a dynamic, professional and highly motivated team, then the Naval Service is for you. Qualifications No formal education qualifications are required to join the Defence Forces as a recruit. You need to satisfy the Interview Board and the Recruiting Officer that you possess a sufficient standard of education for service in the Defence Forces. Age Limitations Applicants must be 18 years of age and under 39 years of age on the date deemed as the closing date for applications. Induction Recruit Competitions are held in the Naval Service as required. This is the only way to join the Naval Service to become an Ordinary Seaman. Candidates undergo fitness testing, an interview and a medical exam. The Induction Process will determine if you have the potential to become an Ordinary Seaman in the Naval Service. Training The Recruit Training Syllabus is designed to produce a physically fit, disciplined and motivated Ordinary Seaman with basic military skills. Naval Recruit training is foundation military training. It is 22 weeks in duration. It is followed by Trained Specialist Training courses. On successful completion of training Recruits are assigned to a Branch and a vessel of the Naval Service. Career Progression Newly qualified Ordinary Seamen are encouraged to put themselves forward for further courses in the Naval Service. These courses may enable the Seaman to specialise in certain areas of the Naval Service and progress towards career advancement. CLICK THE APPLY BUTTON TO GO TO THEIR CAREERS PAGE WHERE YOU CAN CHECK THIS JOB AND ALL OTHER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE.

2 days agoFull-time

Army Recruit - General Service

The Defence ForcesNationwide

The Defence Forces are now accepting applications for General Service Recruit in the Army. We live in a world of diversity; the Defence Forces require men and women from all backgrounds that possess a strong sense of duty, enjoy working as part of a team, and are looking for a rewarding yet challenging career. Army applicants must be at least 18 years old and under the age of 39 years of age on the closing date for applications. When making an application for General Service Recruitment applicants should be aware that the areas of responsibility that applicants apply to are as follows: 1 Brigade - Cork Interview Centre Cork, Carlow, Clare, Galway, Kerry, Kilkenny, Laois, Limerick, Offaly, Tipperary, Waterford and Wexford 2 Brigade - Dublin / DFTC Curragh Interview Centre Dublin, Cavan, Donegal, Kildare, Leitrim, Longford, Louth, Mayo, Meath, Monaghan, Roscommon, Sligo, Westmeath and Wicklow. Where possible we will facilitate applicants to conduct fitness testing & interview at a location closest to their home. CLICK THE APPLY BUTTON TO GO TO THEIR CAREERS PAGE WHERE YOU CAN CHECK THIS JOB AND ALL OTHER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE.

2 days agoFull-time

IS Technical Support Officer

Leitrim County CouncilLeitrim€49,706 - €59,456 per year

General Information County Leitrim, located in the North West of Ireland, has a growing economy, picturesque landscape, vibrant communities and a strong arts and cultural sector. Leitrim County Council’s vision is to build an economically strong, creative, inclusive county, making Leitrim the best place to live, work, invest and visit. Key to the achievement of our priorities and objectives is a skilled and committed workforce, supported by enabling technologies, efficient work processes and learning and development opportunities. We are committed to the training, support and encouragement of our staff and we offer benefits across family friendly initiatives, personal development and wellbeing of staff. THE ROLE The IS Technical Support Officer will be part of an ICT team which provides a high standard of technical support in Leitrim County Council. He/she will report to directly to the Head of Information Systems, or to any other such person as may be determined by the Council from time to time, and will be responsible for technical support of the ICT Infrastructure environment. THE QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Character Each candidate shall be of good character. 2. Health Each candidate shall be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service. 3. Citizenship Candidates must, by the date of any job offer, be: (a) A citizen of the European Economic Area (EEA). The EEA consists of the Member States of the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway; or (b) A citizen of the United Kingdom (UK); or (c) A citizen of Switzerland pursuant to the agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the free movement of persons; or (d) A non-EEA citizen who is a spouse or child of an EEA or UK or Swiss citizen and has a stamp 4 visa; or (e) A person awarded international protection under the International Protection Act 2015 or any family member entitled to remain in the State as a result of family reunification and has a stamp 4 visa or (f) A non-EEA citizen who is a parent of a dependent child who is a citizen of, and resident in, an EEA member state or the UK or Switzerland and has a stamp 4 visa 4. Education, Experience etc. Each candidate must, on the latest date of receipt of completed application forms, hold: (i) A) A qualification at Level 8 on the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ) major award (i.e. honours degree) or higher in a relevant computing discipline plus 2 year’s directly relevant, recent ICT experience from your employment to date* OR (ii) B) A qualification at Level 8 on the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ) major award (i.e. honours degree), or higher, with computing taken in the final year and at least 3 years directly relevant, recent ICT hands-on experience from your employment to date* OR (iii) C) A qualification at Level 7 on the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ) major award (i.e. ordinary degree) in a relevant computing discipline plus at least 3 years’ directly relevant, recent ICT experience from your employment to date* OR (iv) D) A qualification at Level 6 on the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ) major award in a relevant computing discipline and at least 4 years directly relevant, recent ICT experience from your employment to date* AND (v) Have a satisfactory knowledge of public service organisation or the ability to acquire such knowledge. *Relevant ICT hands-on experience should include, but is not limited to: areas such as managing delivery of digital solutions, enterprise architecture, software and applications development projects involving a range of technologies and platforms covering web development, data management, database administration, business analysis/discovery, business intelligence and data analytics, DevOps, enterprise architecture, technical infrastructure service design and delivery, server and client operating systems and architecture stacks, telecommunications and networking infrastructure delivery support, technical support, ICT service management, operations and server support, ICT/cyber security, mobile device management, virtualisation delivery support, database and application support, cloud computing etc. Note: Candidates must hold a current valid unendorsed driving licence in respect of category B vehicles and must advise if this is not the case. Please ensure that confirmation of relevant qualification from your awarding body and / or Quality & Qualifications Ireland (QQI) is submitted to the HR Department with your application. Foreign language qualification certificates must also be accompanied by a translation document The Ideal Candidate Shall: • Have skills and experience in a number of the following: - o Operating a first-line ICT Helpdesk; o Installation, configuration and support of PCs, laptops, tablets, smartphones and related hardware and software; o Networking skills & experience – Firewalls, Routes, VPN, Switches, WiFi; o Microsoft Cloud technologies such as Office 365, InTune, Azure, MS Teams, Power Platform and Sharepoint Online; o Microsoft SQL Server and Microsoft SQL Reporting Server o Virtualisation Technologies such as Vmware; o Mobile Device Management such as Citrix Cloud Services; o Active Directory configuration and support including group policy configuration; o Windows Server setup, configuration and maintenance; o Printer Support and maintenance; o Image Manipulation package such as Adobe Photoshop or Affinity; o Anti-virus and threat management; o Email and Exchange administration. • Demonstrate a sound practical knowledge of ICT Technical architectures, ICT systems development and service delivery. • Be well organised and practical with a logical, analytical approach to problem solving. • Demonstrate an aptitude and interest to remain up to date on ICT trends and developments. • Demonstrate an understanding of current developments in the application of Information Systems and able to assimilate and interpret advice from specialists – technical or otherwise. • Demonstrate knowledge of ICT security standards and codes of conduct. Competencies for the Post: Key Competencies for the post include the following and candidates will be expected to demonstrate sufficient evidence within their application form of competence under each of these. Please take particular note of these when completing the application form as any short-listing or interview processes will be based on the information provided by candidates: Delivering Results/Communicating Effectively: • Translates the business or team plan into clear priorities and actions for their area of responsibility. • Implements high quality service and customer care standards. • Makes decisions in a timely and well-informed manner. • Develops and maintains positive, productive and beneficial working relationships. • Demonstrates effective verbal and written communication skills. • Demonstrates excellent problem solving and troubleshooting skills. • Communicates technical solutions effectively to non-technical audiences. Performance Management: • Effectively manages performance. • Has experience with the use of a Helpdesk system in the context of managing performance. • Ability to develop and deliver programmes and projects and to work to strict deadlines. • Ability to work on own initiative as well as an integral part of a team. • Demonstrates ability to work under pressure. Personal Effectiveness: • Takes initiative and is open to taking on new challenges or responsibilities. • Manages time and workload effectively. • Has strong resource and project management skills., • Maintains a positive and constructive and enthusiastic attitude to their role. • Understands and implements change and demonstrates flexibility and openness to change. • Is a self-starter, strong on research and maintains resilience in securing buy in and commitment to overall concepts or projects. Knowledge, Experience & Skills: • Has knowledge of current local government issues, priorities, concerns and future direction. • Understands the role of IS Technical Support Officer. • Has relevant technical experience. • Has experience of working as part of a team. • Has experience of preparing technical reports and user documentation. THE PRINCIPAL TERMS & CONDITIONS: The position is wholetime, permanent and pensionable. 1. Duties: The duties of the office are to give to the local authority and (a) Such other local authorities or bodies for which the Chief Executive, for the purposes of the Local Government Acts, is Chief Executive, and (b) to any other local authority or body with which an agreement has been made by the local authority or by any of the authorities or bodies mentioned in sub-paragraph (a) of this paragraph, under the general direction and control of the Chief Executive or of such other officers as the Chief Executive may from time to time determine, such appropriate services of an executive, technical, administrative or management nature as are required for the exercise and performance of any of its powers, duties and functions as may be delegated to him or her by the Chief Executive from time to time including the duty of servicing all committees that may be established by the local authority and such duties as may be required in relation to the area of any local authority. The holder of the office, will, if required, act for an officer of a higher level. The main duties of the role of IS Technical Support Officer (Grade V) include but are not limited to: TECHNICAL SUPPORT: • Troubleshooting PC’s, printers, Servers, Systems, Mobile Devices, and other peripherals • Support for wireless network, WAN and LAN • Network troubleshooting • Anti-Virus Deployment and ongoing maintenance • User support for standard desktop software suite • Helpdesk service • Installation of new hardware PROJECT TEAMS WORK: • New ICT systems and services • New Infrastructure deployments • Technical design and implementation of new applications • Project meetings and assigned Project task-work • Training and Presentations ICT SYSTEMS SUPPORT: • Office 365 Environment • Windows Servers • SQL based systems • Web applications • GIS support • Maintenance and support of existing browser-based applications OPERATIONS/ADMINISTRATION: • Printing operations • Data integration/warehousing/interfacing operations • Data entry • Document management and control • Audio Visual and meeting room management and support. • Support for existing in-house systems • Backup operations • Image manipulation • ICT Security operations • Contract and Supplier Management • Administration – Various administrative office duties that may be assigned such as Purchase Ordering, budgeting, report writing etc • Other duties as may be assigned from time to time Due to the dynamic nature of the IS environment and the pace of change of systems and equipment, allied to the constantly developing business requirements within Leitrim County Council, all ICT Department posts require a flexibility to work on other IS areas as circumstances change. While the listing above sets out core components related to this post, staff may be required to undertake IS work at a similar level in other areas of the IS Department structure. 2. Salary: The salary scale for the post of IS Technical Support Officer, analogous to Grade V, (effective 1st June 2024) is within the range: €49,706, €51,193, €52,709, €54,256, €55,816, €57,633 (1st LSI), €59,456 (2nd LSI). Entry point to this scale will be determined in accordance with relevant Departmental Circulars. Offers of appointment to persons who are not serving local authority employees will be based on the minimum of this scale. The rate of remuneration may be adjusted from time to time in line with Government Policy. The salary shall be fully inclusive and shall be as determined from time to time. Holders of the office shall pay to the local authority any fees or other monies (other than their inclusive salary) payable to or received by them by virtue of their office or in respect of services which they are required by or under any enactment to perform. 3. Residence: The holder of the post shall reside in the district in which his or her duties are to be performed or within a reasonable distance thereof and will be required to serve in the Local Authority’s Offices, or wherever assigned by the Local Authority. Leitrim County Council reserves the right to, at any time, re-assign an employee to any Department or any premises now or in the future. 4. Probation: All contracts will be subject to a probationary period, during which the performance of the successful applicant will be regularly evaluated. Where a person is permanently appointed to Leitrim County Council the following provisions shall apply – (a) There shall be a period after appointment takes effect, during which such a person shall hold the position on probation; (b) Such period shall be one year but the Chief Executive may, at his/her discretion, extend such period; (c) Such a person shall cease to hold the position at the end of the period of probation, unless during this period the Chief Executive has certified that the service is satisfactory; (d) There will be ongoing assessments during the probationary period. Employment may be terminated by either party during probation or at the end of the probationary period on one week’s notice. 5. Annual Leave: The annual leave entitlement for this post will be 30 days per annum. 6. Health For the purpose of satisfying the requirement as to health it will be necessary for each successful candidate, before he/she is appointed, to undergo a medical examination by a qualified medical practitioner to be nominated by the local authority. 7. Working Hours: The successful candidate’s normal hours of work will be 35 hours per week. The Council reserves the right to alter hours of work from time to time. 8. Superannuation: All new entrants to pensionable public service employment on or after 1 January 2013 will be members of the Single Public Service Pension Scheme. All members of the Single Public Service Pension Scheme will be required to contribute 3.5% of net pensionable remuneration plus 3% of pensionable remuneration. Pension and retirement lump sums for member of the Single Public Service Pension Scheme will be based on career-average pay; pensions will be co-ordinated with the State Pension Contribution Scheme. Persons who are pensionable under the Local Government (Superannuation) (Consolidation) Scheme 1998, and are liable to pay the Class A rate of PRSI contribution, will be required in respect of superannuation to contribute to the local authority at the rate of 1.5% of pensionable remuneration plus 3.5% of net pensionable remuneration (i.e. pensionable remuneration less twice the annual rate of social insurance old age contributory pension payable at the maximum rate to a person with no adult dependent or qualified children). You will also be required in respect of the Local Government (Spouses and Children’s Contributory Pension) Scheme to contribute to the local authority at the rate of 1.5% of pensionable remuneration in accordance with the terms of the Scheme. Persons who become pensionable officers of a local authority who are liable to pay the Class D rate of PRSI contribution will be required in respect of his/her superannuation to contribute to the local authority at the rate of 5% of pensionable remuneration. You may also be required to pay Spouses and Children/Widows and Orphans contributions at the rate of 1.5% of pensionable remuneration. 9. Retirement Age: The Single Public Service Pension Scheme (“Single Scheme”) as provided by the Public Service Pensions (Single Scheme and Other Provisions) Act 2012 commenced with effect from 1st January 2013. The act introduced new retirement provisions for new entrants to the public service appointed on or after 1st January 2013, as well as to former public servants returning to the public service after a break of more than 26 weeks. Retirement age will be in line with the age of eligibility for the State Pension Contributory (SPC). Compulsory Retirement Age will be 70. There is no mandatory retirement age for “new entrants” to the public service as defined in the Public Service Superannuation (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2004. Anyone who is “not a new entrant” to the public service, as defined in the Public Service Superannuation (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2004, had been subject to a compulsory retirement age of 65 years – the Public Service Superannuation (Age of Retirement) Act 2018 provides for an increase in the compulsory retirement age of most pre-2004 public servants from age 65 to age 70. 10. Pension Abatement If an appointee has previously been employed in the Civil or Public Service and that appointee is entitled to, or in receipt of, a pension from the Civil or Public Service, or where a Civil/Public Service pension comes into payment during the appointee’s re-employment, that pension will be subject to abatement in accordance with Section 52 of the Public Service Pensions (Single Scheme and other Provisions) Act 2012. Please note: In applying for this position you are acknowledging that you understand that the abatement provisions, where relevant, will apply. It is not envisaged that the employing Department/Office/Body will support an application for an abatement waiver in respect of appointments to this position. 11. Drivers Licence/Travel: Holders of the post shall possess a current unendorsed full driving licence (Category B) and, shall drive a motor car in the course of their duties and for this purpose provide and maintain a car to the satisfaction of the local authority. The post holder’s Insurance policy must cover such use and must indemnify Leitrim County Council. Travel and subsistence expenses will be paid in accordance with nationally agreed rates applicable in the sector. 12. Outside Employment The position is whole-time and the employee may not engage in private practice or be connected with any outside business which would interfere with the performance of official duties. 13. Data Protection: Please note that the information received is used solely for the purpose of considering your application. Such information held is subject to the rights and obligations set out in the Data Protection Acts, 1988, 2003 & 2018 and EU Regulation 2016/679.

3 days agoFull-time

Asset Data Coordinator

Uisce ÉireannNationwide€39,026 - €58,538 per year

The Role: The Asset Management and Sustainability area is responsible for the development of asset policies, strategies and plans to determine the significant investment required into Ireland’s infrastructure. The area drives investment and the Sustainability and Innovation agenda for the organisation and leads on Environmental Regulation and Compliance activities, ensuring the quality of water and wastewater is continuously monitored. The Asset Management function is responsible for strategic planning, prioritisation, and development of Uisce Éireann’s Capital Works pipeline. The function plays a key role in promoting collaboration and co-ordination of activities across the three asset functions as well as providing environmental assessment and management expertise across Uisce Éireann The Asset Intelligence team’s purpose is to connect their customers with quality asset data to drive insights and support decision making. The scope of the team's responsibility covers 4 main areas: Asset Data Insights and Stakeholder Management, Asset Data Management, Asset Data Governance and Special Projects Reporting to the Asset Data Analyst - GIS Architecture, the Asset Data Coordinator will contribute to the collection, processing and management of asset data within Uisce Éireann’s asset management systems Main Duties and Responsibilities: *Please be advised that if successful you will be placed on the salary range based on your skills and experience. Please note the Market reference point (midpoint) of the range is generally the upper end of the offer where someone is deemed to be fully competent to take on the duties of the role, and leaves room for the employee to progress through the pay range as their experience develops further. Grade and SalaryF Grade: (€39,026 - €58,538*) CLICK THE APPLY BUTTON TO GO TO THEIR CAREERS PAGE WHERE YOU CAN CHECK THIS JOB AND ALL OTHER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE.

4 days agoFull-timePermanent

Branch Administrator

Down Syndrome IrelandLeitrim

The Leitrim Branch of Down Syndrome Ireland is now recruiting for a part time Branch Administrator to join the Team.  We are dedicated to enabling people with Down syndrome to live life to the fullest. We aim to do this throughout their life through social, educational, and developmental activities.  Working as a member of the Leitrim Branch Team, you will be involved in the development and delivery of a dynamic, volunteer led service for the Down Syndrome Community in the county.  As Branch Administrator, you will actively engage with members, families, carers, and stakeholders in providing a strong service for our membership. Responsibilities:  The Branch Administrator will have working relationships with people inside and outside the Branch. It will demand working with the public, members, families, carers, staff and volunteers of the Branch. Support and guidance will be received on an ongoing basis from the Chairperson and Committee Members. Hours & Location:  This is a part time position working 15 hours per week. Hours of work will be between 10 am – 5pm but can be agreed with the branch committee. Ideally the candidate will work 3 hours per day, Monday - Friday. Occasional weekend and evening work will be required to facilitate branch committee meetings and branch social events. This role will be based on remote working primarily with the need to attend occasional meetings

5 days agoPart-time
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