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WORK LINKS ROSCOMMON is a project that aims is to train and support people with disabilities to complete certified and non-certified training that will increase their employment prospects, support them into work placements, and enable them to secure jobs. The project will work with employers to empower and upskill them to provide employment to people with disabilities through provision of information, HR support and training for their existing employees. The TRAINING OFFICER will focus on the co-ordinating, arranging and facilitating of all required training including accredited, non-accredited, Asdan and Industry certified training. Essential Criteria requirements:
Age Testers – Nationwide
Age Testers – Nationwide - No Experience Necessary. Are you aged 18-20? Interested in joining our Panel of Age Testers? Our organisation works with businesses of all sizes to help them measure and improve performance with regard to ID checks and other operational and compliance standards. This is a part-time, flexible role that is ideal to fit in and around other work or studies. Jobs are allocated and paid on a per-audit basis. Our clients take the issue of sales very seriously and require help to ensure that ID-checking policies are adhered to. The research enables clients to address breaches and to provide updated training to their staff where required. Click Apply Now to submit your application today! Interested but don't have a current CV? Just upload a letter of introduction instead, listing your Name / Location and Email address and the team will get back to you!
8 Wheeler Ro/Ro Driver
8 Wheeler Ro/Ro Driver required. Duties: Excellent package for the right candidate. Please call 0872843937 for more information!
Health & Safety Officer
Purpose of the Post The primary purpose of the post is to provide support to and manage the safe system of work on behalf of NAS Managers at an Area Operations level or other NAS function. The post holder will facilitate compliance with the corporate Health & Safety Statement and associated processes, policies and legislation within NAS and work with managers to ensure that health and safety protocols are in place at regional and local level. The post holder will provide technical guidance and support to NAS Managers in relation to the development, implementation and ongoing review of the NAS Safety and Health Management System, ensuring continuous improvement based on systematic organisational learning. The post holder will be responsible for effective engagement with elected Health and Safety Representatives and the promotion of a culture of staff and patient safety and employee wellbeing. The post holder will advise and support management and duty holders in setting up, maintaining and improving systems that underpin an effective integrated health and safety governance system at NAS operational and functional level. The post holder will provide specialist advice, guidance and instruction regarding health and safety matters to and on behalf of the relevant Senior Manager to help ensure that the NAS meets statutory obligations and achieves high standards of health and safety. The post holder will be the key point of local contact for internal stakeholders such as the National Health and Safety Function (NHSF) and external stakeholders such as the State Claims Agency and the Health and Safety Authority. Principal Duties and Responsibilities Operational Management · Promote a positive safety and health culture in the NAS and assist management and duty holders in securing the effective implementation of the safety and health policy. · Coordinate the development of plans for areas of responsibility that contribute to achieving objectives set out in the Service Plan. · Support management and duty holders in ensuring a proactive and systematic approach to managing health and safety. · Issue recommendations on control measures to reduce adverse effects on the health, safety and wellbeing of staff, service users and members of the public. · Assist management and duty holders in ensuring the management of health & safety in the NAS meets with the overall objectives of HSE Corporate and legislation. · Provide cross cover within the health and safety function as required. · Manage National Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for example: - Collect (from local responsible persons/managers/line managers at all levels), collate and report key performance indicator data through the line management structure, local health and safety committees etc. - Ensure the efficient administration of Health & Safety data collection. - Develop expertise in information databases. - Analyse and trend internal & external data including reviews / incidents / risk / quality indicators / quality improvement action plans / national quality improvements & audits in preparation for periodic KPI and other corporate reports as applicable. Training · Promote local awareness regarding the need for training and supports available both locally and nationally. · Co-ordinate training at local level including booking training sessions and providing local assistance to responsible persons in the training booking process. · Undertake a Training Needs Assessment (TNA) and provide operational assistance on the TNA process to responsible persons. · Ensure training records are maintained within each local area. · Deliver training programmes as required. · Lead on local audit data from responsible persons and report on performance through the NAS line management structure, National Health and Safety Function as required. · In relation to standards, policies, procedures and legislation: - Maintain and develop competency in national standards from regulatory and legal bodies e.g. HIQA, the Mental Health Commission and the Health & Safety Authority. - Provide support to the NAS line management structure in the development of operational health and safety protocols. Corporate Governance · Support all Line Managers to understand and be clear on their responsibilities under health and safety legislation · Provide guidance to all NAS managers and staff and contribute to the development of corporate policy and decision making activity. · Engage with trade union representatives and elected Health and Safety Representatives on matters relating to health and safety · Support management and duty holders in ensuring a proactive and systematic approach to managing health and safety. · Establish and maintain local Governance procedures observing any applicable Corporate Governance arrangements, to ensure that the NAS line management structure are accurately appraised on the management of health and safety. · Respond to changes in legislation and national policy in relation to health and safety and develop NAS procedures and guidelines (PPG) as appropriate to ensure compliance and implementation. · Establish systems to allow for appropriate organisational responses to national recommendations from relevant regulatory bodies. · Act as a liaison for NAS on local Health & Safety Matters. · Work with Estates to ensure an effective and co-ordinated approach to infrastructural risk at NAS area or functional level. · Observe national PPPG and take strategic direction from the National Health & Safety Function (NHSF). · In consultation with the NHSF where appropriate act as lead liaison with the Health and Safety Authority (HSA) on health and safety management matters relating to NAS. · In consultation with the NHSF where appropriate act as liaison with the State Claims Agency on health and safety management strategies aimed at reducing the incidence of harm and providing support to claims management structures to reduce cost to the HSE. · Act as liaison with insurers in relation to health and safety issues Service Development · Develop, maintain and monitor implementation of a three-year health and safety management action plan. · Develop fit for purpose NAS safety and health procedures and guidelines as appropriate for existing NAS activities and also with respect to new activities or processes where identified or requested by service areas. · In developing such PPGs ensure that these align with HSE corporate Health and Safety Policies and the Corporate Safety Statement. · Notify the NHSF of any areas of OSH where a policy may be required. · Advise the NAS line management structure on planning for safety and health, including the setting of realistic short and long term objectives, priorities and establishing adequate systems and performance standards. · Ensure that systems are in place to evaluate and review performance against agreed targets and performance indicators. Provide such information to the NHSF where required. · Develop and maintain effective systems for learning and improvement with regard to health and safety within NAS. · Ensure effective processes for document management. · Adequately identify, assess, manage and monitor risks within their area of responsibility. · Liaise with key internal stakeholders to identify strategies and prioritise actions for managing risk. · Support and assist direct line managers within NAS responsible for motivation and management of teams in health and safety matters. · Support and assist individuals with key responsibility for health and safety within NAS. · Contribute to service planning and the estimates process and support the implementation of service plan objectives. This will include liaising with the National Health and Safety Function on current and future Health and Safety priorities/requirements. · Liaise with internal stakeholders such as the National Health and Safety Function (NHSF) and Corporate Committees such as the Health & Safety Management Advisory Committee (HSMAC) and the Risk Committee and external stakeholders such as the State Claims Agency and the Health and Safety Authority. · Ensure that national policy issued by the Workplace Health and Wellbeing Unit is implemented locally. This will include statutory and regulatory requirements of the Workplace Health and Wellbeing Unit for the Health and Safety of healthcare workers. · Support the relevant Manager in all communication processes and the collation, analysis and distribution (as applicable) of all policies. · Produce regular reports to the following identifying areas for improvement: - NAS line management structures - National Health & Safety Function - Workplace Health and Wellbeing Unit Communication and Engagement · Ensure that managers are informed of changes to legislation and actions required to ensure compliance. · Promote NAS and HSE health and safety education programmes and work with key stakeholders to develop safe working conditions within NAS. · Foster a positive and supportive environment where staff learn from incidents and are willing to report adverse events. · Work in partnership with the NHSF and other internal work groups/ colleagues, leading and directing areas of work as appropriate. · Promote the National Health and Safety policies, documentation, KPI, webpages and promotional campaigns, etc., to all staff and key stakeholders (e.g. European Week for Safety and Health) · Attend the NHSF Health and Safety Forum Other · Have a working Knowledge of the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) Standards as they apply to the role for example, Standards for Healthcare, National Standards for the Prevention and Control of Healthcare Associated Infections, Hygiene Standards etc. and comply with associated HSE protocols for implementing and maintaining these standards as appropriate to the role. · To support, promote and actively participate in sustainable energy, water and waste initiatives to create a more sustainable, low carbon and efficient health service. The above Job Specification is not intended to be a comprehensive list of all duties involved and consequently, the post holder may be required to perform other duties as appropriate to the post which may be assigned to them from time to time and to contribute to the development of the post while in office. Eligibility Criteria Qualifications and/ or experience Candidates must have at the latest date of application: · Hold a Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI) Level 8 (or higher) major academic award (e.g. Honours Degree or Higher Diploma) in Health and Safety, or other relevant area (that is, a qualification or cognate degree accredited by Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) for membership at Graduate or higher level). http://www.iosh.co.uk/Membership/About-membership/Qualifications.aspx AND Have: · A minimum of 3 years’ experience in an Occupational Health and Safety Officer / Advisor role OR · A minimum of 1.5 no. years’ experience in an Occupational Health and Safety Advisor/Officer (or equivalent) or Assistant role, And · Minimum of 1.5 no. years’ experience in healthcare in a clinical or support services role (i.e. a combined total of 3 no. years’ experience) AND · Candidates must possess the requisite knowledge and ability, including a high standard of suitability and management ability, for the proper discharge of the office. Health A candidate for and any person holding the office must be fully competent and capable of undertaking the duties attached to the office and be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service. Character Each candidate for and any person holding the office must be of good character. Post Specific Requirements Candidates must: 1. Demonstrate depth and breadth of experience as relevant to this role, in an Occupational Health and Safety Officer/Advisor role OR 2. Demonstrate depth and breadth of experience as relevant to this role, in the following: (a) in an Occupational Health and Safety Advisor/Officer (or equivalent) or Assistant role, And b) in healthcare in a clinical or support services role Other requirements specific to the post · A flexible approach to working hours is required in order to ensure deadlines are met. · Access to appropriate transport to fulfil the requirements of the role as the post will involve travel to locations around the country including possible overnight stays, to deliver training and attend meetings. · This is a leadership role but not in the Operations Directorate and hence, this is not a uniform role in NAS Skills, competencies and/or knowledge Professional Knowledge & Experience · Demonstrate expert knowledge of health and safety management systems and processes. · Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of safety statements, risk assessment/risk registers/reporting, monitoring and auditing. · Demonstrate expertise in preparing for internal and external standards assessments. · Demonstrate understanding of the statutory requirements relating to health and safety, and demonstrate the ability to interpret the law in the context of the organisation. · Demonstrate theoretical and specialist practical knowledge of relevant national policies and strategy in relation to health and safety. · Demonstrate ability to translate strategic goals into operational plans. · Demonstrate an understanding of healthcare standards and their application to the healthcare setting. · Demonstrate excellent MS Office skills to include, Word, Excel and PowerPoint. · Demonstrate knowledge and experience of using an email system effectively e.g. Outlook, Lotus Notes. · Demonstrate knowledge of the health service including a good knowledge of HSE reform. Communications & Interpersonal Skills · Demonstrate effective verbal communication skills, delivering complex information clearly, concisely and confidently to a variety of audiences. · Demonstrate excellent written communication skills including strong report writing and presentation skills. · Demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills in order to deal effectively with a wide range of stakeholders. Planning & Organising and Delivery of Results · Demonstrate the ability to successfully manage a range of different projects and work activities concurrently, utilising computer technology effectively and assigning work to others as appropriate to meet strict deadlines. · Demonstrate the ability to proactively identify areas for improvement and to develop practical solutions for their implementation. · Demonstrate the ability to embrace change and adapt local work practices accordingly by finding practical ways to make policies work, ensuring the team knows how to action changes. · Demonstrate the ability to use resources effectively, challenging processes to improve efficiencies where appropriate. Evaluating Information, Problem Solving & Decision Making · Demonstrate excellent analytical, problem solving and decision making skills · The ability to quickly grasp and understand complex issues and the impact on service delivery. · Demonstrate the ability to confidently explain the rationale behind decision when faced with opposition. · Demonstrate the ability to make sound decisions with a well-reasoned rationale and to stand by these. · Demonstrate initiative in the resolution of complex issues. Building and Maintaining Relationships including Teamwork & Leadership Skills · Demonstrate the ability to build and maintain relationships with colleagues and other stakeholders and to achieve results through collaborative working. · Demonstrate the ability to build influential relationships in order to establish credibility with internal and external stakeholders, regulatory and investigatory/auditing organisations. · Demonstrate the ability to work both independently and collaboratively within a dynamic team and multi stakeholder environment. · Demonstrate the ability to lead the team by example, coaching and supporting individuals as required. · Demonstrate the ability to manage and motivate staff to achieve optimum performance, and address performance issues as they arise. · Demonstrate the ability to present advice independently and effectively. · Demonstrate flexibility, adaptability and openness to working effectively in a changing environment. Commitment to a Quality Service · Demonstrate evidence of incorporating the needs of the service user into service delivery. · Demonstrate evidence of practicing and promoting a strong focus on delivering high quality customer service for internal and external customers. · Demonstrate on-going Health and Safety CPD activity. · Demonstrate evidence of setting high standards of performance for self and others, ensuring accurate attention to detail and consistent adherence to procedures and current standards within area of responsibility. Remuneration The Salary scale for the post as at 01.03.2023 €55,024 - €56,367 - €57,938 - €59,514 - €61,096 -€62,508 - €63,947 - €65,346 - €66,736 - € 69,128 - €71,529 LSIs The salary for this role is all inclusive and no other allowances or payments are payable with the exception of payments relating to weekend or unsocial hours working as and when applicable New appointees to any grade start at the minimum point of the scale. Incremental credit will be applied for recognised relevant service in Ireland and abroad (Department of Health Circular 2/2011). Incremental credit is normally granted on appointment, in respect of previous experience in the Civil Service, local authorities, health service and other public service bodies and statutory agencies.
Locations: The role of a Fire Fighter is very challenging and rewarding and individuals are required to display determination, physical stamina and discipline in challenging situations. Action, serving the community, job satisfaction and training – with all this on offer, working in the Fire Service is very appealing. If you can meet the demands of a public service with a first class reputation for dealing with all types of serious incidents, the Retained Fire Service can offer you a fulfilling and satisfying job. Qualifications 1. Character A Fire Fighter must be of good character and shall not at any time bring the Fire Authority into disrepute. The Council may make whatever enquiries it considers necessary to satisfy this condition prior to appointment. 2. Age A Fire Fighter must be not less than 18 years on the first day of the month in which the latest date for receiving application forms occurs. Any candidate who reaches the age of 55 yearsprior to appointment will cease to be eligible for appointment on the result of the competition. A birth certificate must be submitted to the Council as proof of age before a person is engaged as a recruit. 3. Health Candidates shall be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect ofability to render regular and efficient service. 4. Education Fire Fighters must have attained a suitable level of education to enable them to perform satisfactorily as a Fire Fighter and to successfully attend, complete and pass the appropriate training. 5. Driving Licence A recruit Fire Fighter shall possess a clean, full current Class B Driving Licence. All newly appointed Part-Time Retained Fire Fighters will be required to obtain a Class “C” Driving Licence within their probationary period. Roscommon County Council will not be liable for any expense incurred in obtaining this licence. If a Fire Fighter has their licence suspended or removed for any reason, it shall be dealt withthrough the Council’s disciplinary procedure and may result in termination of service at the absolute discretion of the County Council. Fire Fighters will co-operate with further Driver Training and will act for another driver or driver mechanic if necessary. 6. Citizenship Each candidate 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, andresident in, an EEA member state or the UK or Switzerland and has a stamp 4 visa Remuneration A Fire Fighter shall be paid at the appropriate approved national rates of Fire and Drill Fees and Retainer Fees. Payment of fees shall be made quarterly. Retention Scales Applicable at 1st March 2023 – Circular EL 01/2023 €8,870 p.a. (0 - 2 years); €9,857 p.a. (2-5 years); €11,051 p.a. (5 - 10 years); €12,145 p.a. (10 + years). DRILLS : Rate per Hour €23.40 FIRES: Day NIGHT/WEEKEND1st hour Subsequent hour 1st Hour Subsequent Hour €46.80 €23.40 €93.60 €46.80
RUH Senior Speech & Language Therapist, Frailty Intervention Team
To apply for this post you must click “Apply Now” at the end of this job advertisement through the Rezoomo website using Google Chrome. Please make sure you register as a candidate on the Rezoomo website and submit a digital application form for this post. CVs will not be accepted for this campaign and application forms will not be accepted via email. For eligibility criteria and further information on this post, please view the attached job specification and additional campaign information below. Grade Code: 3379 County: Roscommon Hse Area: HSE West Saolta University Health Care Group Staff Category: Health and Social Care Professionals Contract Type: The initial vacancy is a permanent, part-time (0.8 WTE) post as a Senior Speech & Language Therapist in the Frailty Intervention Team at Roscommon University Hospital. The successful candidate may be required to work in any service area within the vicinity as the need arises. A panel may be created for the position of Senior Speech & Language Therapist, Frailty Intervention Team at Roscommon University Hospital from which permanent and specified purpose vacancies of full or part time duration may be filled. Internal/External: External Proposed Interview Dates: It is anticipated that interviews will be held as soon as possible after the closing date. Candidates will normally be given at least one week’s notice of interview. The timescale may be reduced in exceptional circumstances. Informal Enquiries: Mary Garvey, General Manager, Roscommon University Hospital. Email: email@example.com or Tel: (090) 6632218 Closing Date: 12 noon on Friday, 9th June 2023 Location Details: Frailty Intervention Team at Roscommon University Hospital. Additional Information - Supporting you through the Recruitment Journey : There is an eLearning programme to guide and support people in applying for roles in the HSE, from the initial application through to the interview itself. The programme is available to existing HSE staff on HSeLanD by searching for ‘Getting a Job in the HSE’ and external candidates can access the modules on https://www.hse.ie/eng/staff/jobs/recruitment-process/ . Module 1 will help you recognise the main elements of HSE recruitment processes, feel confident in completing the application form in a way that puts you in the best position for getting a job, and avoid some of the common mistakes that people sometimes make in filling out an application form. Module 2 is about the interview process, providing practical ways to prepare for an interview and help manage interview anxiety. Finally, Module 3 gives you a chance to conduct an actual practice interview and evaluate it afterwards.
Purpose of the Post The Senior Medical Officer will assist the M.O.H. in the prevention, investigation, surveillance and control of infectious disease, as per the Infectious Disease Regulations 1981 as amended, and undertake other duties as designated by the Director of Public Health or as appropriate to the office. He/she will be required to work with relevant stakeholders to undertake these functions. Principal Duties and Responsibilities The Senior Medical Officer will support the Area Director of Public Health/Director of Public Health and Public Health colleagues in carrying out specific functions designated by the Director or as appropriate to the office which include the following: Professional/Clinical · Undertake duties appropriate to the post in relation to prevention, investigation, surveillance and control of infectious diseases as per Infectious Disease Regulations 1981 as amended (on the advice of a M.O.H). · Participate with others in environment and health investigation, surveillance and control. · Develop a detailed knowledge of, and participate in the assessment of need for, relevant area / client groups. · Participate with the Public Health Team and other health professionals in implementing targets and plans for the Department, also contributing to service planning processes. · Participate with the Public Health Team in the promotion of health and well-being. · Co-operate and liaise with persons and organisations providing health or social services in the area. · Support and guide the Health Protection Nursing Team. · Participate in health service research, assist in studies and participate in development of health information systems. · Carry out such statutory functions that may be assigned to the SMO. · Provide cover for SMO colleagues as and when required and for Specialists in Public Health Medicine in their absence when appropriate. · Provide advice and guidance in response to queries from other health care professionals and/or the public in matters pertaining to public health. · Provide support in the delivery of public health training and education programmes. · Perform other duties/ functions appropriate to the post at the request of the Area Director of Public Health/Director of Public Health. Education & Training · Participate in continuing professional development. · Undertake clinical audit · Work with the Area Director of Public Health/Director of Public Health and other staff in the Department of Public Health to foster a positive learning environment. · Participate in on-going training programmes as required and as appropriate. Risk, Health & Safety · Promote a safe working environment in accordance with Health and Safety legislation · Be aware of and implement agreed policies, procedures and safe professional practice by adhering to relevant legislation, regulations and standards · Actively participate in risk management issues, identify risks and take responsibility for appropriate action · Report any adverse incidents in accordance with organisational guidelines · As a mandated person under the Children First Act 2015 you will have a legal obligation to report child protection concerns at or above a defined threshold to TUSLA & to assist Tusla, if requested, in assessing a concern which has been the subject of a mandated report. · As this post is one of those designated under the Protection for Persons Reporting Child Abuse Act 1998, appointment to this post appoints one as a Designated Officer in accordance with Section 2 of the Act. You will remain a Designated Officer for the duration of your appointment to your current post or for the duration of your appointment to such other post as is included in the categories specified in the Ministerial Direction. You will receive full information on your responsibilities under the Act on appointment. Management · Participate in the development and implementation of targets and plans for the Department of Public Health and help review progress and performance against those targets. · Participate in and co-operate with the development of appropriate information systems and information technology systems relevant to the provision of community medical services within the care group. · To act as spokesperson for the Organisation as required. · Demonstrate pro-active commitment to all communications with internal and external stakeholders. · Have a working knowledge of the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) Standards as they apply to the role for example, Standards for Healthcare, National Standards for the Prevention and Control of Healthcare Associated Infections, Hygiene Standards etc. and comply with associated HSE protocols for implementing and maintaining these standards as appropriate to the role. · To support, promote and actively participate in sustainable energy, water and waste initiatives to create a more sustainable, low carbon and efficient health service. The above Job Specification is not intended to be a comprehensive list of all duties involved and consequently, the post holder may be required to perform other duties as appropriate to the post which may be assigned to him/her from time to time and to contribute to the development of the post while in office. Eligibility Criteria Qualifications and/ or experience Candidates must have at the latest date of application: Professional Qualifications, Experience etc. a) Be a medical practitioner who is registered other than provisionally or temporarily in the Register of Medical Practitioners for Ireland or is entitled to be so registered. b) Possess a Masters in Public Health / Diploma in Public Health and /or equivalent qualification. Examples would include: · MSc in Community Health · Master in Community Child Health (UK) · Membership of the Faculty of Public Health Medicine (Ireland or UK) · Membership of the Irish College of General Practitioners · Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners (UK) · Membership of the Royal College of Physicians (Ireland or UK) · Membership of the Faculty of Paediatrics (Ireland or UK) · Membership of the Faculty of Occupational Health (Ireland or UK) c) Have had, since becoming entitled to full registration, at least five years satisfactory experience in the practice of the medical profession. Entry to Competition & Subsequent Appointment: For the purposes of eligibility for entry to any competition or recruitment process associated with this post, a candidate must fulfil the eligibility requirements laid down in the information pack for this post. Health A candidate for and any person holding the office must be fully competent and capable of undertaking the duties attached to the office and be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service. Character Each candidate for and any person holding the office must be of good character. Please note that appointment to and continuation in posts that require statutory registration is dependent upon the post holder maintaining annual registration in the relevant division of the register. For further clarification please visit The Medical Council of Ireland . Post Specific Requirements Demonstrate your relevant experience in best practice in public health through the pillars of health protection, health and wellbeing, health service improvement and health intelligence. Other requirements specific to the post Access to appropriate transport to fulfil the requirements of the role. Skills, competencies and/or knowledge Professional/Clinical knowledge · Demonstrate some experience in public health medicine and a demonstrable commitment to best practice · Demonstrate a high level of clinical and professional knowledge relevant to the role. · Demonstrate a high degree of commitment, professionalism and dedication to the philosophy of quality health care provision. Planning and Organising Resources · Demonstrate ability to plan, organise and deliver services in an efficient, effective and resourceful manner, within a model of patient centred care and value for money. · Demonstrate ability to manage deadlines and effectively handle multiple tasks. · Demonstrate ability to adapt to changing sets of demands / work environment. Building and Maintaining Relationships: Leadership, Managing People and Team Skills · Demonstrate ability to build strong relationships and networks at all levels within and outside the organisation. · Demonstrate effective leadership and team skills including the ability to work in a multi-disciplinary environment. · Demonstrate flexibility and openness to change and ability to lead and support others in a changing environment · Demonstrate ability to manage, motivate and develop staff to maximize performance at work · Demonstrate the ability to foster a learning culture amongst staff and colleagues to drive continuous improvement in services to patients. · Demonstrate ability to work effectively with multi-disciplinary teams · Ability to influence others. Commitment to Quality Service · Demonstrate understanding of, and commitment to, the underpinningrequirements and key processes in providing quality patient centred care · Demonstrate an ability to monitor and evaluate service performance and levels of care Evaluating Information and Judging Situations (problem solving and decision making skills) · Demonstrate strong problem-solving skills including the ability to evaluate information and make effective decisions especially with regard to service delivery. Communication and Interpersonal Skills · Display effective interpersonal and communication (verbal and written) skills including skills in multi-disciplinary working and the ability to collaborate with colleagues, families, etc. ; the ability to give constructive feedback · Demonstrate competency in general use of information technology-computers, office functions, internet for research purposes, email, preparation of presentation materials etc. Remuneration The salary scale for the post (as at 01/03/2023) is: €87,877 €90,370 €92,893 €95,390 €97,890 €100,431 € 102,773 €105,115 LSIs New appointees to any grade start at the minimum point of the scale. Incremental credit will be applied for recognised relevant service in Ireland and abroad (Department of Health Circular 2/2011). Incremental credit is normally granted on appointment, in respect of previous experience in the Civil Service, Local Authorities, Health Service and other Public Service Bodies and Statutory Agencies.
Deli Supervisor, (Full Time), Flexi, Roscommon Town, Roscommon Due to continued company expansion Corrib Oil are seeking to recruit energetic, enthusiastic individuals with exceptional customer service skills to join our team at our service station in Roscommon Town, Roscommon Accommodation available if required. Do you: **Benefits for the role include: Competitive Pay Rates, Paid Lunch Break, Sociable Working Hours, Staff Discount, Company Pension Contribution, and other benefits **
Domestic Supervisor, Sacred Heart Hospital And Care Home
Job Title and Grade : Domestic Supervisor Grade Code : 4103 Campaign Reference : CHW055-DSR-2023 Closing Date: Friday 9th June 2023 at 12 noon Organisational Area : CHO2 Older Persons Location of Post : Sacred Heart Hospital and Care Home Roscommon Informal Enquiries : Michelle Carrigy - Assistant Director of Nursing Tel: 087 1614214 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Roscommon Town, Co. Roscommon Payment: Terms: Full Time Last Updated: 24th May 2023 Deli Supervisor (Full Time) Roscommon Town, Roscommon Due to continued company expansion Corrib Oil are seeking to recruit energetic, enthusiastic individuals with exceptional customer service skills to join our team at our service station in Roscommon Town, Co. Roscommon Do you: **Benefits for the role include: Competitive Pay Rates, Paid Lunch Break, Sociable Working Hours, Staff Discount, Company Pension Contribution, and other benefits **