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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.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities Clinical Responsibilities § Attend to cases of accident and sudden illness and respond to AS1, AS2 and AS3 calls in a prompt and timely manner § Deal with emergencies as directed § Attend to patients in a professional courteous and compassionate manner using best practice including compliance with Clinical Practice Guidelines § Act within the principles of the Framework for Major Emergency Management (FMEM) during major emergencies if the need arises and to carry such communications equipment as necessary and to be familiar with the Major Emergency Plan § Participate in exercises and training sessions designed to improve the ability of the Ambulance Service to respond to a Major Emergency § Show leadership in the completion, audit, evaluation and development of clinical records including Patient Care Report Forms (PCR) both electronic and paper based. § Communicate with a broad range of professionals as appropriate § Carry out duties in an acting up capacity as required § Paramedics (PHECC Registered Paramedic) in the National Ambulance Service are held in high esteem by the community and members are required to maintain a high standard of dress and appearance as well as conducting themselves in a responsible manner at all times Promote Safety, Health & Welfare At Work (Including Driving & Vehicle Checks) § Identify and report actual or potential hazards/risks in the work environment in accordance with the Health Service Executive National Ambulance Service Safety Statement / deal with them appropriately § Take immediate action to minimise risks where reasonably practicable to do so § Demonstrate awareness of own stress levels and seek appropriate support § Drive all relevant vehicles types operated by the National Ambulance Service as required, in accordance with the Policy for Vehicular Emergency Response, Safe Work Practice Sheet on Driving and the Site Specific Safety Statement § At the start of each tour of duty, carry out and complete a Daily Vehicle Inspection Form, ensuring that all defects, deficiencies and accident damage are reported on a Vehicle/Equipment Defect Report Form to the Station Supervisor § Check any vehicle prior to use ensuring that it is fully equipped, visually checked for defects and that all equipment is functioning and ready for use in accordance with Service procedures § Carry out maintenance, equipment and drug checks on emergency ambulance, patient transport and specialist vehicles as may be in service at any given time § Operate equipment in accordance with Standing Operational Procedures and manufacturer’s instructions § Maintain the National Ambulance Service standards of cleanliness for vehicles, equipment, Stations and garages § Be personally responsible for not undertaking any task or action which would knowingly cause risk to self, others, or to the Health Service Executive National Ambulance Service § As far as is reasonably practicable attempt to prevent other people from undertaking tasks or actions which would knowingly cause risk to themselves, others, or to the Health Service Executive National Ambulance Service § Participate in briefing/training sessions and carry out any agreed control measures and duties as instructed. § Be proactive in the community to identify risk, to reduce deaths and injuries § Deliver appropriate safety messages to those groups most at risk § Interact with, support and mentor Community First Responders Administrative Responsibilities (Including Managing Resources & Information) § Maintain regular communications with the National Emergency Operations Centre (Ambulance Control) to register updates regarding cancellations, additions and mobility requirements § Record details and maintain records of patients, journeys, vehicle refuelling and duty hours in accordance with Service procedures § Maintain and submit records as required by the Chief Ambulance Officer /Area Operations Manager or a designated other to include Daily Vehicle Inspection Forms, Vehicle/Equipment Defect Report Forms, Patient Care Report Forms or any other reports as required § Co-operate with and be familiar with all management procedures in relation to discipline, industrial relations agreements, rosters, training, leave and grievance § Take responsibility for ensuring operational equipment is ready for use § Document all patient care and treatment and comply with records management processes § Access and record information using computerised systems § Undertake paperwork, such as recording routine tests on pieces of equipment § Accept responsibility for security of Stations, vehicles and equipment where appropriate § Get to know the local community area, including: streets, roads and buildings § Be aware of the risks and possible hazards to be found within your operational Division § Maintain confidentiality in relation to personal data held for colleagues and patients, ensuring it is processed lawfully; for no purpose other than for which it was intended; is relevant to that purpose; is retained for no longer than is necessary; is processed in accordance with the rights of the subject to access and accuracy; and is protected from accidental loss or damage in accordance with the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1988 and 2003, and records management guidance. § Maintain confidentiality of patient identifiable personal data using a non-identifiable alternative, where practicable, and limiting access on a strictly need to know basis Tours of Duty § Be prepared to work to assigned rosters, carry out the duties of a Paramedic and be available for duty outside of normal hours as and when the need may arise § Work in any Ambulance Station as assigned from time to time § Be prepared to participate in strategic deployment at any designated Main Ambulance Station, Small Station, Sub-Station or other location as may be implemented in the future § Foster good working relationships with others § To report to a Paramedic Supervisor or Officer / Manager as designated by the Chief Ambulance Officer /Area Operations Manager § To comply with all present and future Standing Operational Procedures including Clinical, Operational and Control related § Where an Emergency Ambulance is not available due to unavoidable staff absence, a Paramedic (PHECC Registered Paramedic) will be expected to respond, where an appropriate vehicle is available, where the timely intervention of a Paramedic (PHECC Registered Paramedic) is a critical response to a life threatening emergency § To provide optimum patient care within the scope of practice of a Paramedic(PHECC Registered Paramedic). Education & Training § Take responsibility for developing own skills § Take part in a training and development programmes as appropriate § Be prepared to undertake continuous professional development opportunities § Keep a level of physical fitness necessary to carry out duties § Support the development of colleagues § Maintain your competency, accreditation and registration § Mentor students and foster an atmosphere of learning by example. § Undergo such training as may be prescribed by the National Ambulance Service for both organisational and individual development. § Identify and seek the support of the National Ambulance Service for relevant professional development opportunities necessary to maintain and improve clinical competence. § Identify developmental opportunities within the work context and take part in activities, which lead to personal and professional development. § Attend supervision and appraisal session with Paramedic Supervisor and/or Officer / Manager as required Miscellaneous § This is an outline of the post holders duties and responsibilities. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list and may change from time to time to meet the changing needs of the Health Service Executive National Ambulance Service. § Other tasks reasonably and normally incidental to the post are set out in Health Service Executive National Ambulance Service Policies, Training, Operational and Health and Safety instructions, Standing Operational Procedures, Code of Conduct and general information circulars. § Any other duties which may be assigned from time to time by the Area Operations Manager or designated other. · 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 The above Job Description 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. Salary: €29,195 - €40,350 per year
Principal Duties and Responsibilities The above Job Description 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. The Salary scale for the post is (01/10/2021): € 28,442 - 34,199 per year
General Service - Army & Naval Service
The Defence Forces are now accepting applications for General Service in both the Army and 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. Army applicants must be at least 18 years old and under the age of 25 years of age on the closing date for applications. Naval Service applicants must be at least 18 years old and under the age of 27 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 25 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 seventeen 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. 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 27 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. Applications will only be accepted online.
Deli Assistant X2
Full-time - Apply here Part-time - Apply here Main purpose of the role: Responsible for the preparation of high quality hot and cold deli products and for ensuring customer satisfaction is the number one priority. The ideal candidate will have/be: • HACCP training is desirable but not necessary • Excellent communication skills • Previous customer service experience is an advantage • The ability to work as part of a team in a fast-paced environment, ability to multi task under pressure • A passion for food and the ability to inspire shoppers. Main duties: • Actively live SuperValu brand-values i.e. Genuine, Passion for Food, Vibrant, Committed, Innovative and Imaginative • Prepare customer orders across all fresh food areas i.e. make sandwiches and rolls, dish up hot food and slice meats using the store`s portion control measures • Cook, prepare and display the foods sold throughout the day • Ensure that the counter displays across all fresh food departments are to the highest standards at all times throughout the day • Demonstrate your passion for quality food by sharing knowledge, recipes and personal recommendations with customers • Deal with all customer queries efficiently, professionally and in line with store policy.
Assistant Staff Officer
The Assistant Staff Officer is a support or supervisory position within the Council and is assigned responsibility for the day to day operation of a work area, section or team. The Assistant Staff Officer works as part of a team, supporting managers and colleagues to meet work goals and objectives and to deliver quality services to internal and external customers. The post holder will be responsible for the implementation of work programmes to achieve goals and targets set out in Departmental and Team Plans. The Assistant Staff Officer is expected to carry out their duties in a manner that enhances public trust and confidence. Key Duties: The following is a non-exhaustive list of key duties and responsibilities which may be assigned to an Assistant Staff Officer: To support the line manager to ensure the section or department work programmes are implemented to deliver on the Council’s Corporate Plan and operational matters. To communicate and liaise effectively with employees, supervisors and line managers in other sections, and customers in relation to operational matters for their section or area of work. To prepare reports, correspondence and other documents as necessary. To organise and facilitate internal and external meetings and participate and engage in discussions as appropriate. To provide assistance and support in the delivery of projects as required. To ensure high levels of customer service, responding to queries and requests for information in a professional and courteous and timely manner. To support the line manager to communicate, implement, and manage all change management initiatives within the relevant area of responsibility. To supervise employees within their team or programmes of work within their area of responsibility, providing support to team members or colleagues as required. To participate in corporate activities and responsibilities appropriate to the grade. To be in compliance with Health and Safety legislative requirements, policies and procedures and safe systems of work. To deputise for the line manager or equivalent. To undertake any other duties of a similar level and responsibility, as may be required or assigned, from time to time. Notwithstanding the requirements of the post, successful applicants may be assigned to any service area/role within the Local Authority at an analogous level by the Chief Executive at any time. The ideal candidate will demonstrate: Knowledge and understanding of the structure and functions of local government, of current local government issues, priorities and concerns and of the key influencers of local government. Understanding the role of Assistant Staff Officer Relevant administrative experience at a sufficiently high level An ability to supervise a team effectively to achieve a common goal, ensuring strong governance and ethics standard are adhered to and maintained Ensuring strong governance and ethical standards are set and maintained The ability to motivate, empower and encourage staff under his/her control to achieve maximum performance by supporting the current Integrated Performance Management System (IPM) Understanding of the changing and operating environment in the Council and be capable of leading change in order to deliver quality services to our citizens An understanding of the representational role of the elected members and the need to work with them to deliver quality services and implement policy decisions An ability to work under pressure to tight deadlines in the delivery of key operational objectives Effective financial and resource management skills Knowledge and experience of operating ICT systems Salary: €29,253 - €46,965 per annum
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 Castlerea, 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 **
Fresh Food Chef
Location: Roscommon Town Payment: Terms: Full Time Last Updated: 23rd November 2021 Due to continued company expansion Corrib Oil are seeking to recruit energetic, enthusiastic individuals with retail experience and 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**
Fresh Food Chef
Location: Castlerea, Co Roscommon Payment: Terms: Full Time Last Updated: 23rd November 2021 Due to continued company expansion Corrib Oil are seeking to recruit energetic, enthusiastic individuals with retail experience and exceptional customer service skills to join our team at our service station in Castlerea, 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**
Branch Customer Service Advisors
Locations: • Athlone/Longford Territory • Ennis, Clare • Clonmel • Naas, Newbridge, Maynooth • Dundalk & Drogheda • Navan & Ashbourne • Dublin • Limerick • Monaghan • Mullingar • Roscommon Responsibilities: