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Loughreys CarePlus pharmacy, Drumlish, Co. Longford is currently seeking an experienced full-time Pharmacy Technician to join their team. This is an exciting and excellent opportunity to work with an established and busy pharmacy. Working 37 hours per week with 1 in 2 Saturdays. The Role It is important that the successful applicant demonstrates excellence in the following skills and attributes: To apply please upload your CV by hitting the APPLY NOW button.
Practice Manager/Receptionist required for established Longford Medical G.P. Practice. Full Time Position. Please upload your CV in strictest confidence by hitting the APPLY button.
Part Time Practice Nurse required for established Longford Medical G.P. Practice. Please upload your CV by hitting the APPLY button.
Airport Transfer Driver
We are recruiting Airport Transfer Drivers to join our team for Winter 21/22 based in Morzine, France. We are looking for Full & part-time Drivers on 3/4 days per week so the role will allow for plenty of time to enjoy the mountain. Applicants need to be positive, friendly, hard-working, and flexible. The job involves long hours and difficult driving conditions so Driving experience is a must. Candidates must hold a professional driving qualification or have 2 years of provable professional driving experience. Salary starts from €1,250 per month depending on contract. Applicants must hold an EU passport.
Graduate Sales [account Management
We are Kerry, the Taste & Nutrition company. We understand that consumers want delicious products made from trusted, authentic foods and flavours . Every day millions of people throughout the world consume foods and beverages containing our taste and nutrition solutions. We add protein to your post workout shake, we reduce sugar, while maintaining great taste and we have the know–how to replace the "baddies" in foods with wholesome ingredients. Join us and be part of the future of food. Role Locations: • Egham, Surrey, United Kingdom • Frankfurt, Germany • Naas, Kildare, Ireland *Please be advised that the business will consider you for all locations on application for this graduate position and locations are subject to change at any stage of the recruitment lifecycle. Kerry's Graduate Programme operates on the basis that candidates are globally mobile*. Overview: Kerry is the world’s leading taste and nutrition partner for the food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries. We innovate with our customers to create great tasting products, with improved nutrition and functionality, while ensuring better impact for the planet. Our leading and proprietary consumer insights, global RD&A team of 1,000+ food scientists and local manufacturing footprint in 31 countries enable us to co-create with our customers across over 150 countries. At Kerry, we are driven to be our customers’ most valued partner, creating a world of sustainable nutrition, and will reach over 2 billion consumers with sustainable nutrition solutions by 2030. Description & Responsibilities: Our Sales function aims to profitably grow the Kerry organisation through Commercial Excellence by achieving: Sales growth ahead of market growth rates Excellent customer satisfaction The delivery of innovation and creative solutions Market Intelligence As a Sales Graduate, you will learn account management skills and work to deliver on business sales targets, building up to a career in account management. You will initially begin to understand Kerry’s customer offering and how this relates to our customers, with exposure to our Research & Development, Marketing and Customer Care teams to understand the Kerry technologies, products and customer preferences. A key part of the role will be project managing the delivery of solutions to meet our customer’s needs. This provides an unparalleled opportunity to develop quickly across all aspects of account management. Desirable Attributes: • Minimum 2:1 degree in Business, Commerce, Marketing, PR or similar academic background • Fluency in a second European language is advantageous • Exceptional problem-solving skills • Proven record of delivering on projects and achievement of results • Motivated self-starter with the determination and drive to succeed • Strong leadership and communication skills • Strong ability to work well in a team and on your own • Excellent IT skills, particularly in MS Excel, PowerPoint and Word • Willingness to travel or relocate across the global Kerry organisation is a key requirement Joining us means being supported by, and learning from, talented people who really care about what they do. You’ll get bags of responsibility early on, and we’ll be open to your ideas. And because we’re always looking to the future, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to learn and grow. Our current CEO joined us as a grad. How far will you go?
Graduate Supply Chain
We are Kerry, the Taste & Nutrition company. We understand that consumers want delicious products made from trusted, authentic foods and flavours . Every day millions of people throughout the world consume foods and beverages containing our taste and nutrition solutions. We add protein to your post workout shake, we reduce sugar, while maintaining great taste and we have the know–how to replace the "baddies" in foods with wholesome ingredients. Join us and be part of the future of food. Role Locations: • Charleville, Co. Cork, Ireland • Hochheim, Germany • Listowel, Co. Kerry, Ireland • Naas, Co. Kildare, Ireland • Ossett, United Kingdom • Portbury, United Kingdom • Utrecht, Netherlands *Please be advised that the business will consider you for all locations on application for this graduate position and locations are subject to change at any stage of the recruitment lifecycle. Kerry's Graduate Programme operates on the basis that candidates are globally mobile*. Overview: Kerry is the world’s leading taste and nutrition partner for the food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries. We innovate with our customers to create great tasting products, with improved nutrition and functionality, while ensuring better impact for the planet. Our leading and proprietary consumer insights, global RD&A team of 1,000+ food scientists and local manufacturing footprint in 31 countries enable us to co-create with our customers across over 150 countries. At Kerry, we are driven to be our customers’ most valued partner, creating a world of sustainable nutrition, and will reach over 2 billion consumers with sustainable nutrition solutions by 2030. Description & Responsibilities: Supply Chain is at the heart of all operations from sourcing raw materials right through to delivering the end product to our customers. Working closely with our customers and our internal colleagues, we are able to manage one of the most complex supply chains. Previous graduates in Supply Chain have progressed into Supply Chain Management, Operations Management and Purchasing Management. In addition to the Supply Chain Graduate Development Programme, Kerry is also committed to your growth as a Supply Chain professional. We will support you to achieve either your CIPS or APICS professional qualification. Play an essential role in internal coordination between Production, Finance, Procurement and Customer Service, to ensure that Kerry can meet its customers’ demands through efficient balance of materials and the finished goods supply chain. Tasks will vary depending on the role but may include: • Supporting the management of the Supply Chain team, improving its effectiveness by implementing relevant Supply Chain principles, and challenging current practices. • Working on projects to ensure best practice Supply Chain roll out, while contributing to further site-wide challenges and other initiatives that have impact on Supply Chain across the business. Desirable Attributes: • Minimum 2:1 degree in Supply Chain Management, Logistics, Business, Management or related discipline • Exceptional problem-solving skills • Proven record of delivering on projects and achievement of results • Motivated self-starter with the determination and drive to succeed; • Strong leadership and communication skills • Strong ability to work well in a team and on your own • Excellent IT skills, particularly in MS Excel, PowerPoint and Word • Willingness to travel or relocate across the global Kerry organisation is a key requirement Joining us means being supported by, and learning from, talented people who really care about what they do. You’ll get bags of responsibility early on, and we’ll be open to your ideas. And because we’re always looking to the future, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to learn and grow. Our current CEO joined us as a grad. How far will you go?
Paranormal Investigators / Trainee Spirit Seeker
Spirit Seekers based in the UK need new staff members who live near NORTH YORKSHIRE. No experience required. Own transport Essential. The role involves leading ghost hunting events in haunted buildings. Plus the occasional ghost walk. See our events at www.spiritseekers.co.uk Part-Time Hours available · £9.60/hour Ghost tours, ghost hunting & haunted nights in York, Whitby & through Yorkshire, paranormal investigations Cleveland & visits to the most haunted places in Durham, Tyne & Wear, Northumberland & Cumbria. Click the APPLY Button to go to their Ad on Facebook where you can upload your details.
Must have a clean driving history with HGV driving experience. Occasional travel throughout Ireland. Willing to carry out labouring duties. If you are reliable, flexible and can work as part as team. Please apply. Telephone: 0469024066 or email CV to: email@example.com
Clerical Officer - Public Service
Clerical Officer The nationwide Public Service Clerical Officer Competition opens this Thursday! What is the role? The role of Clerical Officer (CO) can vary depending on the employing organisation. The work can involve: • General clerical work; • Working as part of a team in delivering important public services; • Working with latest technology to record and advance services; • Supporting line-managers and colleagues; • Communicating and providing a quality public service to the public/customers. Salary: Starting salary is €23,572. Learning and Development: The training/ development opportunities you might experience in the Public Service depend on several things, including the specific role you have been offered, the Organisation/ Department you have been placed in, and the skills required to carry out your job in the role. Depending on the role, as a Clerical Officer you could expect to advance your personal skills in a wide range of different ways, and you could have the opportunity to up-skill and develop yourself professionally through high-quality training programmes, mentoring and support systems, internal training initiatives, and many more – all in order to make sure you have the skills and knowledge required to succeed in a fast-paced and results-oriented role in the Public Service. REGISTER ON PUBLICJOBS.IE TO BE READY TO APPLY ON THURSDAY 18TH NOVEMBER 2021 - CLICK APPLY BUTTON TO GO TO THE RELEVANT WEBSITE
Clerical Officer in the Civil Service 2022
Introduction The Civil Service is at the heart of Irish society. Everything we do impacts our country, and most importantly, our people. We are a robust and trusted institution, which has served the people of Ireland since the foundation of the State. Most recently, the Civil Service has played, and continues to play, a critical role in supporting the whole of Government response to the needs of the nation during the pandemic. While the challenges which face the Civil Service today are different to those faced at the foundation of the State, our core values remain the same. The Irish Civil Service is a large complex organisation employer nearly 42,000 people in over 40 Government Departments and Offices with a diverse set of responsibilities to support the Government by developing policy options and legislation to address major national issues, coordinating the broader public service, helping to manage the economy and delivering services to the public. Civil Service Renewal 2030 is an ambitious 10-year strategy of reform for the Civil Service. The Strategy will be implemented through a series of 3-year action plans that will detail the precise goals and initiatives which will progress each of our strategic priorities to ensure a diverse and high performing Civil Service that is more inclusive, engaged, agile and ready to meet current and future challenges. By implementing these plans and demonstrating an enduring commitment to public service values, the Civil Service can create a more diverse yet unified, professional, responsive, open and accountable organisation that inspires trust and confidence in Ireland and internationally. Civil Service bodies may, from time to time, require staff to fill full time, permanent Clerical Officer vacancies in various locations throughout the country. The Public Appointments Service (PAS) is the centralised independent recruitment provider for the Civil and Public Service and will conduct the selection process for this competition. PAS will establish a panel of suitably qualified individuals to fill vacancies, which may arise in the Civil Service. The Civil Service can offer suitable candidates a very satisfying and varied career, with competitive terms and conditions. All civil service employers are committed to championing an inclusive and diverse workforce that reflects modern Ireland and the people we serve. We strive to create a culture where all staff have equal access to opportunity and feel comfortable and confident to be themselves at work. The Role The nature of the work carried out by clerical staff may vary depending on the business being conducted by the employing organisation. It will involve such clerical/administrative tasks as may be assigned to the employee from time to time. The following reflects the typical duties you may be required to undertake, if appointed: • General clerical work e.g. filing, photocopying, answering/making telephone calls, dealing with emails, reception desk duties, etc. under the supervision of a designated manager; • Supporting line-managers and colleagues; • Working as part of a team in delivering services; • Communicating and dealing with the public/customers e.g. responding to queries and providing information face-to-face, by telephone or via email; • Providing the highest quality standards in customer service; • Using Information Technology on a daily basis, e.g. word processing, spreadsheets, database, email and internet; • Maintaining high quality records in a thorough and organised manner; • Checking all work thoroughly to ensure it is completed to a high standard; • Carrying out routine accounts work; • Approaching work in a careful and methodical manner, displaying accuracy at all times, even when conducting routine/repetitive work. • Any other duties deemed appropriate. Please refer to Appendix 2 for Clerical Officer level competencies and effective performance indicators. In certain instances, positions may arise where specialist skills or experience is required e.g. accounts, language skills, typing skills, etc. Suitable candidates may be selected for the purpose of filling such vacancies. Entry Requirements and Eligibility On the closing date of 29 November 2021, candidates must have: a) have the requisite knowledge, skills and competencies to carry out the role; b) be capable and competent of fulfilling the role to a high standard; c) have a good general level of education; d) be at least 17 years of age; e) fulfil Citizenship, Health & Character, Garda Vetting & Security Clearance and Reference Check requirements (for further information); f) ensure that they meet the criteria regarding Public & Civil Service Redundancy/Ill Health Retirement Schemes (for further information) Candidates who indicate their interest in Irish Language posts and who are successful at the final selection stages will be required to undergo certain assessments though Irish, e.g. interview and written test, prior to being considered for such a position. They must achieve the required level in the Irish language, i.e. demonstrate a minimum Level B2 on the Europass self-assessment framework General The appointment is subject to the Civil Service Regulations Acts 1956 to 2005, the Public Service Management (Recruitment and Appointments) Act 2004 and any other Act for the time being in force relating to the Civil Service. Salary The salary for this position, rate effective from 1 October 2021 is: Clerical Officer (PPC) €480.79 €511.61 €519.44 €534.72 €557.26 €579.76 €602.26 €618.64 €637.19 €658.75 €673.94 €695.27 €716.49 €749.58 €775.60(LSI1) €787.52(LSI2) The PPC pay rate applies when the individual is required to pay a Personal Pension Contribution (otherwise known as a main scheme contribution) in accordance with the rules of their main/personal superannuation scheme. This is different to a contribution in respect of membership of a Spouses’ and Children’s scheme, or the Additional Superannuation Contributions (ASC). A different rate will apply where the appointee is not required to make a Personal Pension Contribution. Long service increments may be payable after 3(LSI1) and 6(LSI2) years satisfactory service at the maximum of the scale. Important Note Entry will be at the minimum of the scale and the rate of remuneration will not be subject to negotiation and may be adjusted from time to time in line with Government pay policy. Different terms and conditions may apply if you are a currently serving civil or public servant. Subject to satisfactory performance increments may be payable in line will current Government Policy. You will agree that any overpayment of salary, allowances, or expenses will be repaid by you in accordance with Circular 07/2018: Recovery of Salary, Allowances, and Expenses Overpayments made to Staff Members/Former Staff Members/Pensioners. Tenure and Probation The appointment is to a permanent position on a probationary contract in the Civil Service. The probationary contract will be for a period of one year from the date specified on the contract. Notwithstanding this paragraph and the paragraph immediately following below, this will not preclude an extension of the probationary contract in appropriate circumstances. During the period of your probationary contract, your performance will be subject to review by your supervisor(s) to determine whether you: (i) Have performed in a satisfactory manner, (ii) Have been satisfactory in general conduct, and (iii) Are suitable from the point of view of health with particular regard to sick leave. Prior to the completion of the probationary contract a decision will be made as to whether or not you will be retained pursuant to Section 5A(2) Civil Service Regulation Acts 1956 – 2005. This decision will be based on your performance assessed against the criteria set out in (i) to (iii) above. The detail of the probationary process will be explained to you by the Department/Office and you will be given a copy of the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform’s guidelines on probation. Notwithstanding the preceding paragraphs in this section, the probationary contract may be terminated at any time prior to the expiry of the term of the contract by either side in accordance with the Minimum Notice and Terms of Employment Acts, 1973 to 2005. In certain circumstances your contract may be extended and your probation period suspended. The extension must be agreed by both parties. • The probationary period stands suspended when an employee is absent due to Maternity or Adoptive Leave • In relation to an employee absent on Parental Leave or Carers Leave, the employee may require probation to be suspended if the absence is not considered to be consistent with the continuation of the probation • Probation may be suspended in cases such as absence due to a non-recurring illness The employee may, in these circumstances, make an application to the employer for an extension to the contract period. Annual Leave The Annual Leave allowance is 22 days rising to 23 days after 5 years’ service and to 24 days after 10 years’ service, 25 days after 12 years’ service and 26 after 14 years’ service. This allowance is subject to the usual conditions regarding the granting of annual leave in the civil service, is based on a five-day week and is exclusive of the usual public holidays. Hours of Attendance Hours of Attendance are as fixed from time to time but will amount to not less than 43 hours and 15 minutes per week in the case of a full time position. Duties You will be required to perform any duties which may be assigned to you from time to time as appropriate to the position of Clerical Officer. Outside Employment The position will be whole time and you may not engage in private practice or be connected with any outside business which would interfere with the performance of official duties. Headquarters Your headquarters will be such as may be designated from time to time by the Head of the Office/Organisation. When absent from home or headquarters on official duty you will be paid appropriate travelling expenses and subsistence allowances, subject to normal regulations. Sick Leave Pay during properly certified sick absence, provided there is no evidence of permanent disability for service, will apply on a pro-rata basis, in accordance with the provisions of the sick leave circulars. The appointee will be required to sign a mandate authorising the Department of Social Protection to pay any benefits due under the Social Welfare Acts direct to the employing Department or Organisation and payment during illness will be subject to the officer making the necessary claims for social insurance benefit to the Department of Social Protection within the required time limits. Closing Date The closing date & time for receipt of completed applications is 3pm on Monday 29November 2021.