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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. What is an Army Recruit? An Army Recruit is a person who enlists for General Service in the Defence Forces and on completion of the initial training program is promoted to Private 2*. Information About Army General Service Recruits The Defence Forces is looking for people who are looking for a challenging and physically demanding career in the military. Applicants should have: On qualification recruits take up a position as a three star private in one of the following Service Corps — Infantry, Artillery, Cavalry, Transport or Communications Information Systems. Qualifications No formal education qualifications are required to join the Defence Forces as a recruit. However, you must 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 each Brigade of the Army as required and are the only way to join the Defence Forces to become a Private Soldier. Candidates undergo fitness testing, psychometric testing, an interview and a medical exam. In conjunction with this all candidates will be security vetted by An Garda Síochana. Candidates must also provide two referee`s as part of the security vetting process. Candidates will be required to pass both the medical examination and security vetting to be considered for induction. The Induction Process will determine if you have the potential to become a Private Soldier in the Army. Training The Recruit Training Syllabus is designed to produce a physically fit, disciplined and motivated Two Star Infantry Soldier with basic military skills. Recruit training is foundation military training. It is twelve weeks in duration. It is followed by 3 Star training and at a later stage by Trained Soldier Specialist Training courses. Recruits may be required to complete their training in any Defence Forces location and following their training, may be posted to any Defence Forces location subject to Defence Forces requirements. Career Progression Newly qualified Private Soldiers are encouraged to put themselves forward for further courses in the Army. These courses may enable the soldier to specialise in certain areas of the Army or qualify the soldier for promotion and overseas service.

8 days agoFull-time

Trainee HR Manager

Dunnes StoresLouth

We are Ireland’s largest retailer providing fashion, homewares and food for our loyal customers. We operate 134 stores across Ireland, Northern Ireland, and Spain, as well as a growing online store. Our guiding principle is to deliver excellent quality products at competitive prices and we are constantly developing our product ranges.  The primary job functions of the HR Manager will be to provide a complete Human Resource service to the store. To ensure the store complies with all legislation and policy relating to HR issues. The successful candidate will have the following responsibilities: Key Responsibilities: If this sounds like the job for you, please apply now and tell us why you would be perfect for this challenging and rewarding role! Dunnes Stores is an Equal Opportunities Employer #DunnesStores

8 days agoTraineeFull-time

Stock Controller

T J O'MahonyArdee, County Louth

TJ O’ Mahony, Ardee,  Irish Street, Ardee, Co. Louth. Eircode A92 YK07, part of HPC Sales Ltd., Irelands’ leading Builders Providers and Home Improvement/DIY Store, is looking for a Permanent, Full-Time,  Stock Controller  to join our Team Job Purpose:  Stock Controller Duties and Responsibilities:

9 days agoFull-timePermanent

Cleaning Operative

Grosvenor ServicesTullyallen, County Louth

Special Requirements: Must have own transportCleaning experience preferredFlexibility on working days About Us: Grosvenor is more than a workplace; it's a collaborative space for passionate and creative individuals to unite, grow, enjoy, and make a meaningful impact. With a rich history of over 60 years, we've consistently provided top-notch facilities management solutions aligned with our core values: We Care, We Go Beyond, and We Add Value. Putting our people at the forefront, recognizing them as our greatest asset, we prioritize commitment and openness to deliver exceptional experiences for our incredible teams and clients. Through dedicated efforts in representation, recruitment, engagement, culture, accountability, safety, and education, we are committed to fostering an environment where everyone can thrive and develop. Join us at Grosvenor Services in our journey, where innovation meets dedication, and contribute to creating exceptional spaces and experiences! Job Summary: We are seeking a dedicated Cleaning operator to join our team in Tullyallen, Co. Louth. This fixed-term role requires a reliable individual who takes pride in maintaining cleanliness and hygiene standards. The successful candidate will work part-time across four specified days each week. Responsibilities:

9 days agoPart-time

Asset Data Officer

Uisce ÉireannNationwide€29,722 - €44,584 per year

Grade and SalaryGrade G: €29,722 - €44,584 per year We are Uisce Éireann. Every day, we are responsible for the delivery of secure, safe, and sustainable water services for the people of Ireland. As Ireland’s national regulated water utility, our vision is a sustainable Ireland where water is respected and protected, for the planet and all the lives it supports. Our purpose at Uisce Éireann is to rise to the challenge of delivering transformative water services that enable communities to thrive. That means we are proud to take on the responsibility of protecting our water supply and passing on a safe and secure water system to a rapidly growing population and empowering Ireland’s social and economic growth. So, we’re passionate about helping our people to do the best work of their lives, to enable them to make a positive difference to communities all over Ireland. Our aim is to attract and develop talented and skilled people with diverse backgrounds and an evolving range of expertise and insight. We believe that such a strong workforce will help us achieve our goals and allow us to continue investing in, and advancing, Ireland’s water services. 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-Provision, the Asset Data Officer contributes to the collection, processing and management of asset data within Uisce Éireann’s asset management systems. Main Duties and Responsibilities:

11 days agoFull-time

Investment Technical Lead

Uisce ÉireannNationwide€59,898 - €89,848 per year

We are Uisce Éireann. Every day, we are responsible for the delivery of secure, safe, and sustainable water services for the people of Ireland. As Ireland’s national regulated water utility, our vision is a sustainable Ireland where water is respected and protected, for the planet and all the lives it supports. Our purpose at Uisce Éireann is to rise to the challenge of delivering transformative water services that enable communities to thrive. That means we are proud to take on the responsibility of protecting our water supply and passing on a safe and secure water system to a rapidly growing population and empowering Ireland’s social and economic growth.  So, we’re passionate about helping our people to do the best work of their lives, to enable them to make a positive difference to communities all over Ireland. Our aim is to attract and develop talented and skilled people with diverse backgrounds and an evolving range of expertise and insight. We believe that such a strong workforce will help us achieve our goals and allow us to continue investing in, and advancing, Ireland’s water services.  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 Investment team is accountable for developing and managing Uisce Eireann’s investment portfolio in line with business objectives and long-term strategies. The function is required to develop and manage the investment portfolio to ensure the investment portfolio is optimised against business constraints. They also support the business in achieving its required business outcomes, including information requirements and conducting post investment reviews for capital investments. Reporting to the Investment Planning Manager, the Investment Technical Lead is responsible for strategically managing Uisce Éireann’s investment to optimise the organisation’s water related assets. The role holder will be responsible for financial analysis of potential investment opportunities, strategic planning of long term asset-management goals and conducting asset valuation to assess the value of existing water assets within Uisce Éireann.  Main Duties and Responsibilities: Salary: €59,898-€89,848 per year CLICK THE APPLY BUTTON TO GO TO THEIR CAREERS PAGE WHERE YOU CAN CHECK THIS JOB AND ALL OTHER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE.

11 days agoFull-time

Barista, Marshes Shopping Centre

Dunnes StoresDundalk, Louth

Job description Dunnes Stores is Ireland’s leading retailer positioned at the cutting edge of food and fashion retailing. We have stores in Ireland, Northern Ireland and Spain and are expanding our service and product offer all the time.The Café Sol chain of Coffee Shops are one of the latest additions to Dunnes Stores.Our Kiosks are small coffee shops, located in store where customers can enjoy quality food and great coffee in a relaxed, easy going atmosphere. Our team place a huge emphasis on the quality of coffee, as well as the level of service provided to our customers.We are currently looking to recruit and train a number of Baristas / Customer assistants for our Cafe Sol Kiosks.The successful candidates will be enthusiastic and self-motivated to provide an excellent level of customer service with attention to detail. Previous experience in Hospitality is essential, while experience working with coffee is preferable. Key Responsibilities: Dunnes Stores is an equal opportunities employer.

12 days ago

Retail Assistant

PenneysDrogheda, County Louth€12.70 per hour

Because you make the difference Here at Primark, we love to do things our way. Because we help our customers keep up with high fashion at affordable prices. We do everything with passion, high standards and care around here. And if that sounds like you, join us as a Retail Assistant. Because you matter People are at the heart of what we do, so it’s essential that we provide you with the right environment to perform at your very best. We offer benefits that put you first: • Salary: we offer a competitive salary €12.70 per hour plus premium Sunday rate • Balance: Enjoy flexibility with accommodating shifts • Pension: Secure your future with our generous pension scheme • Discounts: Use your in-store employee discount across our fabulous range • Support: Explore our well-being initiatives and employee assistance programme. • Holiday: Enjoy generous holidays, based on your hours • Opportunity to progress your career internationally What will I be doing? As a Retail Assistant, you’ll be making our customer’s day, every day. Here’s what this looks like in action: • Providing customers with an amazing experience as you help them with things like sizes or styles, purchases, or returns • Setting up a good-looking shop floor with full shelves, tidy fitting rooms and all the latest fashions, as well as keeping a tidy and well-organised stockroom • Delivering a fast, friendly, efficient experience at till points, processing queries, voids, and returns. • Receiving, unpacking and checking off new deliveries. Getting our products on to the shop floor and ensuring they’re all correctly priced - all while making sure everything meets our high standards Who you are: We love to delight our customers with amazing in store experiences and that starts with you! Here’s what we need: • You’re passionate about people and creating those amazing experiences • You’re honest, a strong communicator who can also listen, share ideas and get involved where needed • You’ve got good organisational skills and attention to detail • You’re a team player with high levels of motivation, a positive attitude and willingness to learn • You’re interested in fashion and the latest looks • Ideally, you’ve got some experience working within a busy retail environment To join us, apply today! Our fashion isn’t one-size-fits-all and neither is our culture. We strive to create an inclusive and diverse workplace where people can be themselves, have the same opportunities and thrive together. CLICK THE APPLY BUTTON TO GO TO THEIR CAREERS PAGE WHERE YOU CAN CHECK THIS JOB AND ALL OTHER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE.

14 days agoPart-time

Senior Branch Customer Advisor, Retail Banking

AIBDundalk, Louth

Senior Branch Customer Advisor, Retail Banking, Dundalk Apply now » Date: 28 May 2024 Location: Dundalk, IE, IE Company: Allied Irish Bank Role: Senior Sales & Advisory, Branch Banking - AIB Dundalk Location: AIB Dundalk This role is being offered on permanent basis. Life at AIB At AIB, we have a clear purpose - Empowering people to build a sustainable future. We want to be at the heart of our customers’ financial lives by giving them an exceptional experience. That goes for our employees too. We are building a culture that breaks the conventions of what our customer and employees expect of a bank. We are committed to offering our colleagues choice and flexibility in how we work and live. Our hybrid working model enables our people to balance their time between working from home and their designated office, subject to their role, the needs of our customers and business requirements. More details on our hybrid working arrangements and expected office attendance for your role will be provided to you during the recruitment process. AIB is an equal opportunities employer, and we pride ourselves on being the first bank in Ireland to receive the Investors in Diversity Gold Standard accreditation from the Irish Centre for Diversity. We celebrate diversity and believe in a culture of inclusion where all our employees can succeed. We welcome applications from people of diverse backgrounds and abilities. We are committed to providing reasonable accommodations for applicants and employees. Should you have a reasonable accommodation request please email the Talent Acquisition team at careers@aib.ie. If you feel you have what it takes, click apply and fill in the online application form. If you would like more information please contact the Talent Acquisition Team at careers@aib.ie By when? Closing date is 12th June Disclaimer: Unsolicited CV’s sent to AIB by Recruitment Agencies will not be accepted for this position. AIB operates a direct sourcing model and where agency assistance is required, the Talent Acquisition team will engage directly with our recruitment partners Job Segment: Recruiting, Bank, Banking, Human Resources, Finance, Retail Apply now »

15 days agoPermanent

School Traffic Warden

Louth County CouncilLouth€16.47 per hour

Essential Criteria CHARACTER Each candidate must be of good character. Employment of the successful candidate shall be subject to satisfactory confidential reports. HEALTH Each candidate must be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service. EDUCATION, TRAINING, EXPERIENCE ETC. Each candidate must, on the latest date for receipt of completed application forms: a)     Have a standard of education such as will enable the applicant to satisfactorily perform the duties of the position. b)     Have a reasonable knowledge of the requirements of Health and Safety Legislation. Candidates may be shortlisted on the basis of information supplied on their application form. The Post of School Traffic Warden This post is a part-time post. Instructions & Duties for School Traffic Wardens 1.     The white board bearing the word “Stop” is the recognised symbol of authority for all Traffic Wardens, and this board must be carried and the recognised uniform must be worn all the time when the Warden is on duty. 2.     The board must be held or carried in the right hand in an upright position and not under the arm or over the shoulder as one would carry a spade. When the Warden is standing on the footpath the faces of the board should be shown as parallel with the footpath. When moving onto the carriageway to stop traffic, when traffic is being held and when the Warden is returning to the footpath to release traffic, faces of the board should be shown as at right angles to footpath so as to be visible to traffic approaching from front and rear. 3.     The Warden should take up his/her position on the footpath, or side of the carriageway, so as to be clearly visible to all approaching traffic, having regard to parked vehicles, etc., which might obstruct the view. His/her position should be on the side of the carriageway when the most children are congregated wishing to cross. In the morning or after the lunch-time break period, this will generally be found to be the side further away from the school, while at the commencement of lunch-time break and at termination of school period it will be on the school side. 4.     The Warden should marshal all children, desirous of crossing on his/her left hand side, and give them instructions to remain on the footpath until such time as he/she has gone out, taken up his/her position in the centre of the carriageway, and brought all traffic to a standstill. He/she should then call or signal the children to cross, when they should walk across, not run, in front of him/her in an orderly manner. In the initial stages of his/her duties he/she should be very careful to ensure that the children obey these instructions implicitly, as sometimes there is a tendency for the children to follow him/her out on the carriageway before traffic has been stopped. 5.     Before attempting to stop traffic, the Warden should consider traffic conditions at his/her point, whether it is of such a sparse nature that he/she can wait for a lull before going out to conduct children across, or if it is of such a nature that he/she will have to make breaks in it. In some areas, it is possible that such lulls will obviate the necessity of much stopping of traffic, due consideration being given to the speed of the approaching traffic, and conditions of road and weather. Sufficient time should always be given by the Warden for traffic to pull up in safety. It is of interest to realise that the vast majority of drivers, if called upon suddenly to stop from various speeds will take distances shown hereunder to do so, under good road and weather conditions, and perhaps, doubled under adverse weather or road conditions. 30 kph - 40 feet 50 kph - 75 feet 60 kph - 120 feet 6.     When the Warden has taken up his/her position in the centre of the carriageway, and is clearly visible to all traffic, he/she should ensure that all traffic in his/her immediate vicinity, front and rear has come to a standstill before calling or signalling the children to cross. He/she should then see that the children get safely across from side of the carriageway to the other, before releasing traffic. THE WARDEN MUST NOT MOVE FROM THE ROAD CENTRE UNTIL THE LAST OF THE CHILDREN IS SAFELY ON THE FOOTPATH. To release traffic the Warden should return to the footpath, and under no circumstances, is he/she ever to remain in the centre of the carriageway acting as a pointsman and calling traffic on. He/she will stop traffic by leaving the footpath, with the board, and going to the centre of the road, and release traffic by returning to the footpath. No signals of any kind should be given to traffic by him/her. 7.     The Warden should never break up organised convoys, wedding, funerals, parades, or hold up fire appliances or ambulances for the purpose of allowing children to cross but wait for suitable opportunities when they have passed. 8.     If the Warden has any trouble in controlling, or encounter disobedience by the children, they should inform the Principal of the school concerned. Any disobedience by traffic in general should be reported forthwith to the Gardai. In the case of motor vehicles, the description, registration number and sex of person driving, together with time and place of the occurrence, should be noted for the information of the Gardai. Frivolous complaints should, however, be avoided. Particulars of Post Wages Wages shall be fully inclusive and shall be as determined from time to time. The holder of the office shall pay to the local authority any fees or other monies (other than his/her inclusive salary) payable to and received by him/her by virtue of his/her office or in respect of services which he/she is required by or under any enactment to perform. Wages shall be at Local Government General Operative scale€ 16.47 gross per hour (EL 01/24). Hours can vary dependent on the school assigned. Health For the purpose of satisfying the requirements as to health, it may be necessary for the successful candidate, before he/she is appointed, to undergo at his/her expense a medical examination by a qualified medical practitioner to be nominated by the local authority. On taking up appointment, the expense of the medical examination will be refunded to the candidate. Residence The holder of the office shall reside in the district in which his/her duties are to be performed or within a reasonable distance, thereof. Sick Leave The terms of the Public Service Sick Pay Scheme will prevail. Start date The successful candidate will commence on direction from Directors of Service and/or Chief Executive. Should they fail to take up the appointment on direction, the council at its discretion may not appoint them. Recruitment Process All applications must be typed and the form filled out in full. Handwritten submissions will not be accepted. When completing the application form, accuracy is essential as the information supplied in the form will play a central part in the selection process. Short-listing Where the volume of applications received exceeds that required to fill existing and future vacancies, and / or where it would not be practical to interview all applicants, Louth County Council reserves the right to arrange short listing of applications. It is in your own interest to provide a detailed and accurate account of your relevant qualifications/ experience on the application form and also to demonstrate sufficient evidence of the competencies required for this position under each competency where competencies are listed. Short-listing does not suggest that other candidates are necessarily unsuitable or incapable of undertaking the job, rather that there are some candidates, who based on their application, appear to be better qualified and/or have more relevant experience. Short-listing may take the form of Desk-top Short-listing or a Preliminary Interview. External persons may be requested to carry out short-listing on behalf of Louth County Council, e.g. an Interview Board or recruitment agency. Submission of an application for employment is regarded as consent to share your information for the purposes of short-listing and recruitment. Vetting Garda vetting is required for certain roles within Louth County Council. Failure to complete a Garda vetting form on request may prevent your employment with Louth County Council. In the event of an unsatisfactory Garda declaration being received Louth County Council reserves the right not to commence employment. In the event of an existing employee changing role as a result of promotion or otherwise to a role that requires ongoing Garda Vetting and an unsatisfactory disclosure being returned, Louth County Council reserves the right to withhold promotion, and also to investigate if further sanction/disciplinary action is warranted on foot of disclosure on a case by case basis. The Interview Candidates will be invited to interview by email, it is important that the email address and mobile phone number supplied in the application form is correct and in use. Dates, times and location of interview are subject to change at short notice. Where possible, candidates will be informed of names of Interview Board Members in advance, however board members are subject to change up to and including the date of interview. Canvassing of Board Members will automatically disqualify candidates from the recruitment process. NB - Due to current restrictions with COVID 19 and social distancing requirements, the traditional interview room format is subject to change. It may be necessary to carry out online video interviews or any other recruitment method that is deemed suitable to determine candidate selection. The interview format is subject to change up to and including the date of interview. Where candidates do not present or make themselves available at the time and location/format requested this will result in elimination from the competition. Candidates will be required to pay any expenses incurred by them in attending the interview. Panel A panel may be formed on the basis of an interview. Candidates whose names are on a panel and who satisfy the local authority that they possess the qualifications declared for the post and that they are otherwise suitable for appointment may, within the life of the panels, be appointed as appropriate vacancies arise. After the Interview Louth County Council will automatically advise you of the result of the interview. This may be done by email, phone, or on our website via a private candidate reference marking system. The marks awarded to you at interview by the Interview Board will be forwarded directly to you thereafter. Successful applicants will be allowed a maximum of one week following the written offer of employment to indicate whether they will/will not take up the position. They will be required to take up duty at the latest within six weeks of the date of offer. All documents relating to this competition will be retained on file for a period of 12 months following the expiry of the panel formed. Period for acceptance of offer The local authority shall require persons to whom appointment is offered to confirm acceptance of offer within two weeks and to take up such appointment within a period of not more than six weeks from original offer. If they fail to take up the appointment within such period or any longer period agreed, the local authority shall not appoint them. Appeals Process If a candidate wishes to appeal either a short listing decision or a Selection Board decision, they must do so within three working days of the date upon which written notification to the unsuccessful candidate is issued. The appeal must clearly state the alleged process and/or procedural flaw and should be emailed to recruitment@louthcoco.ie . The candidate is responsible for ensuring that the submission of the appeal is within the prescribed time limit. Within 2 working days of its receipt, HR will evaluate the grounds of the appeal. If grounds for an appeal are not established, HR Management will notify the candidate in writing and no further action will be taken. If it appears that there may be grounds for an appeal relating to the short listing process, then HR Management will investigate the complaint further with the Chair of the Selection Board. If having reviewed the candidate’s application, the Chair together with the other members of the Selection Board, may recommend a reversal of the original decision and determine that the candidate should be included in the shortlist. HR Management will notify the candidate and invite the candidate to interview and the recruitment process will continue. Having reassessed the candidate’s application, the Chair together with the other members of the Selection Board may decide that the original decision was valid. In these circumstances, HR Management will notify the candidate of the outcome of the review and the recruitment process will continue. There is no further right of appeal to a short listing decision. If it appears that there may be grounds for an appeal relating to the interview process, the recruitment process will be paused until the appeal process concludes. NOTES CLOSING DATE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS is Thursday, 13th June 2024 at 4.30 p.m. Late applications will not be accepted. Have you: Louth County Council is an equal opportunities employer. Canvassing will automatically disqualify.

17 days agoPart-time
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