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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!
General Operative/Labourer required for expanding construction company in the Wicklow area. Candidate Requirements: Click Apply Now to submit your CV & Cover Note today! Don't have a current CV? Click HERE to view the JobAlert.ie CV templates
Come work with us Circle K, Kilmacanogue, Co. Wicklow is now hiring for a full-time Deli Assistant The Successful Candidate will: Click Apply Now to visit our careers page and apply today!
Sales & Marketing Executive
Exciting, hands on role for an experienced Sales Executive wishing to develop their career within a forward-thinking, fast-growing, award-winning food producer selling to Food Service, Independent and Major retail customers across the island of Ireland. We are Sussed Nutrition Limited - a dynamic Irish SME with a giant but simple goal – to create products that enable people to lead healthy and happy lives. We are looking for an enthusiastic individual with an excellent work ethic who is passionate about sales and marketing. Your Role…. You will focus on growing sales revenue for sussed (Premium), Wicklow Rapeseed Oil (artisan) and upcoming Pure Bia (budget) brands, both: Nationally – a combination of field/van sales within the Leinster region, along with telesales to cover our nationwide customers. Internationally – an exciting opportunity to assist in the development of our export market. Marketing - Implement a marketing strategy to grow sales. You will build relationships with our existing customers, promote sales of our new product lines & identify new account opportunities to acquire new business. What you'll need to succeed: Contract Type Permanent, with an initial six month probation period. What to do next Please forward a CV - we look forward to hearing from you. Additional Info Job Type: Permanent Hours : 41 per week Schedule: Day shift Supplemental pay types : Performance bonus, New business development bonus, Yearly bonus Work Location : Onsite
Employer Service Coordinator
ABOUT DEPARTMENT Our Employer Services Team works with local employers to identify suitable job opportunities for our clients. Our ES Team understand local business recruitment and business needs, which helps to support our clients in every step of their journey to employment. We place people into roles in large, medium and small size businesses in sectors including hospitality, logistics, administration, customer service, construction, security and many more. PURPOSE OF ROLE As an ES Co-Ordinator, you will provide appropriate support to the ES Consultants, working to source & pipeline suitable customer profiles for presentation by the consultant to client companies. You will provide client pipeline and administrative support to the relevant ES Consultant. You will work closely with a team of client caseworkers where you will foster and sustain strong working relationships. PERSON PROFILE You will be a motivated self-starter, team player but comfortable working on your own. Results driven and a people person who understands our customer base and the role that ES plays within Turas Nua. A willingness to tackle and resolve problems is key to the role, as is the ability to work effectively as part of the ES and wider business team. You will be a dynamic and flexible person who can work in a fast paced, customer focused and target driven environment with the ability to remember that performance to us is not purely numbers or money, but ensuring that we deliver a high-quality service which benefits the futures of the individuals and the communities we work with. Our ethos is 'everyone's story matters'. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Manage the flow of client pipeline to the ES Consultant. Employer Services Sessions i.e. CV Review and One to One customer interaction. Work closely with Caseworker group to identify suitable customer profiles. Fully understand the customer base pipeline. Identify business development opportunities for the ES Consultant. Processing Submissions. Provide a support to the ES Consultant and work to achieve department goals. Responsible for the Return from Employment clients (Rapid Return). Responsible for our Internal vacancy management tool, TN Work as part of team in the delivery of the key targets for the regions. Engage and take responsibility for continuous professional development and develop skills related to the area of practice that will drive best practice in your role. ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS
The key features of the role are: Clerical Officers in the Legal Aid Board carry out a range of duties which can vary with location and work assignment. They are often the first point of contact and source of information for clients of the Board. They provide essential clerical and administrative support to the Board’s Solicitors and Mediators. They make essential contributions as part of often quite small teams in the Board’s Centres around the country. A Clerical Officer in the Legal Aid Board can fill many different roles across clerical support including but not limited to; drafting letters, collecting or giving factual information, making and checking calculations, preparing, scrutinising and verifying documents, statistics, records, etc. They are also the initial contact point for members of the public and can play a crucial role in informing the public about the Board’s services, and in directing them to other agencies that may be able to meet their needs. Clerical Officer Level Competencies Team Work Shows respect for colleagues and co-workers Develops and maintains good working relationships with others, sharing information and knowledge, as appropriate Offers own ideas and perspectives Understands own role in the team, making every effort to play their part Information Management / Processing Approaches and delivers all work in a thorough and organised manner Follows procedures and protocols, understanding their value and the rationale behind them Keeps high quality records that are easy for others to understand Draws appropriate conclusions from information Suggests new ways of doing things better and more efficiently Is comfortable working with different types of information, e.g. written, numerical, charts, and carries out calculations such as arithmetic, percentages etc Delivery of Results Takes responsibility for work and sees it through to the appropriate next level Completes work in a timely manner Adapts quickly to new ways of doing things Checks all work thoroughly to ensure it is completed to a high standard and learns from mistakes Writes with correct grammar and spelling and draws reasonable conclusions from written instructions Identifies and appreciates the urgency and importance of different tasks Demonstrates initiative and flexibility in ensuring work is delivered Is self reliant and uses judgment on when to ask manager or colleagues for guidance Salary: €519.96 - €845.43 per week
MST Executive (Nights)
About the role The key purpose of this role is ensuring stores are Stocktake ready and supplier is adhering to agreed framework from an operational and financial perspective, while ensuring ROI is aligned to Tesco UK and Group policy. You will be responsible for *Entry requirements and rules of the scheme apply
Creative Communities Engagement Officer
1 Character Candidates shall be of good character. 2 Health Candidates shall be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service. 3 Education, Experience, etc. Candidates shall: (a) Hold an ordinary degree (level 7 or higher on the National Framework of Qualifications). (b) Hold a current clean full driving licence (minimum Class B), details of which must be entered on the application form. (c) Have significant work experience working in a role relevant to this position in the public sector or independent creative sector. This may involve for example experience from the arts, heritage, libraries, community development, or sustainable economic development. 4. The Person The ideal candidate will have, on the latest date for receipt of completed Application forms: · Demonstrable knowledge of relevant national, regional and local policies and strategies of relevance to culture and creativity in local government, or ability to acquire same. · Satisfactory knowledge and understanding of the Wicklow County region and its socio economic make up. · Leadership skills and experience in collaborating and working cross functionally with other teams and stakeholders and the ability to interact with staff at all levels in the organisation. · Excellent interpersonal, communication, presentation and organisational skills. · Strong understanding of the importance of systems, process and structures in · Enabling efficient delivery of an effective team with the ability to prioritise and multi-task. · Ability to demonstrate competence in influencing and negotiating, delivering quality outcomes and the ability to work in direct contact with a diverse range of stakeholders including agencies/bodies, voluntary groups, creative/heritage organisations, libraries and artists. · Satisfactory ICT skills with comprehensive working knowledge of office productivity tools. · Experience of budget preparation and management. 1. Duties The duties of the office are to give to the local authority and (a) to such other local authorities or bodies for which the Chief Executive, for the purposes of the Local Government Acts 2001 – 2014, is Chief Executive, and (b) to any other local authority or body with which an agreement has been made by the local authority or by any of the authorities or bodies mentioned in sub-paragraph (a) of this paragraph. Under the general direction and control of the Chief Executive or of such other officer as the Chief Executive may from time to time determine, such appropriate professional/technical and ancillary services of an advisory, supervisory or executive nature as may be required by any local authority or body hereinbefore mentioned in the exercise and performance of any of its powers, functions and duties, including the duty of servicing all committees that may be established by any such local authority or body. The holder of the office will, if required, act for an officer of a higher level. The duties will include, but are not limited to, the following: • Working with Wicklow County Council Culture and Creativity Team to deliver the strategic priorities in Wexford County Council’s Culture and Creativity Strategy 2023-2027 and Cruinniú na nÓg, through an annual programme • Liaising with local creatives, artists, organisations and staff across relevant directorates within the local authority to manage the development and delivery of a programme of projects and events. The aim is to encourage increased participation in creative and cultural activities locally • Liaising with local creatives, artists, organisations and local authority staff involved in the delivery Cruinniú na nÓg, the national day of creativity for children and young people; • Support the Creative Ireland Coordinator and Culture and Creativity Team in their objectives including broadening creative engagement locally; enhancing the strategic role of culture and creativity within local government; supporting collaborative actions and links to wider local authority policies of relevance to wellbeing, social cohesion and economic development • Support engagement between the local authority and the Creative Ireland Programme centrally including via the Creative Ireland portal • Arrange and manage yearly schedule of meetings for the Culture and Creativity Team • Attend relevant Creative Ireland Programme quarterly meetings and others as they arise • Provide data, briefing and updates to senior managers in Wexford County Council and the Creative Ireland Programme officials as requested • Local citizen engagement campaigns through marketing and social media platforms to ensure greater understanding of Creative Communities programme locally. Salary: €47,339 - €56,721 gross per annum (includes 2nd LSI)
Human Resource Management Opportunities
The Role HR Managers in the Civil Service may work in one of many Government Departments/Offices across a range of HR functions including HR Operations & Recruitment, HR Business Partnering, Learning & Development, Wellbeing & EDI, Organisation Design and Development including new ways of working, HR Policy and Employment & Industrial Relations. The successful candidates will play a role in strategically leading, transforming and modernising HR practices within their organisations. As set out at Appendix 1, HR Managers (Assistant Principal Officers) are senior civil servants and will typically report to the Head of HR (Principal Officer) within a Department / Organisation, and depending on the size of the department, may be one of a number of roles at this level with responsibility for different areas within the HR function. Successful candidates will be expected to demonstrate strategic leadership qualities and well developed management and organisational skills, with the ability to manage and develop teams and people. They will also be expected to be strong relationship builders with colleagues, business area leaders and stakeholders alike across their own and other organisations, and have the ability to apply judgement and flexibility in a challenging and dynamic environment. Overview of the key duties and responsibilities of a Civil Service HR Manager These are wide-ranging roles within the Civil Service and may include responsibility for the following: • Leading the development and implementation of HR Strategy to support business objectives; • Managing, developing and building the capability of a HR team/Unit; • Promoting HR as a trusted strategic business partner and centre of expertise; • Providing expert, best-practice support and advice on all HR-related matters to employees, managers and senior leaders; • Embedding an organisational culture that supports high performance and which contributes to overall organisational effectiveness; • Demonstrating and embedding Civil Service values within the workplace; • Building strategic workforce planning capacity; • Embedding new models of working to support a modern, progressive and agile Civil Service; • Leading on the development of effective strategies in recruitment, retention, performance management and talent management; • Leading on the development of effective strategies and initiatives in equality, diversity and inclusion that support an inclusive organisational culture; • Leading on the development of organisation learning strategies and programmes; • Developing organisational capability in effective people management practices. • Driving continuous improvement and quality assurance across HR services; • Managing the employee and industrial relations environment and representing your Department/Office at third party fora as appropriate; • Ensuring compliance with legislation and statutory requirements; • Managing and advising on the implementation of workplace policies and procedures; • Promoting and developing HR analytics capability, utilising data and developing key metrics to support key business decisions by senior management; • Collaborating with HR colleagues and other organisations to develop policy and good practicein the management of human resources across a range of areas; • Establishing and managing the relationship and service level agreement with shared service providers; • Participating in cross Departmental working groups/fora as appropriate. Vacancies Candidates who are successful in this competition will be placed on a panel, in an order of merit. Vacancies which may arise for HR management roles will be filled from the panel. Candidates will be assigned to vacant HR roles on the basis of order of merit and giving consideration to skills, experience and, where possible, role preferences identified through the application process. It is envisaged that roles will be filled across the following HR functions: • HR Operations / Recruitment • HR Business Partnering • Learning & Development • Wellbeing & Equality, Diversity and Inclusion • Organisation Design and Development, including new ways of working • HR Policy • Employment & Industrial Relations Essential Candidates must have: 1. On or before 20th June 2023 a qualification at minimum Level 8 on the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ) in Human Resource Management or a related field; 2. A minimum of 3 years’ experience working in a HR role with a proven track record of successfully managing and delivering across a range of projects or programmes; 3. Experience in the design and delivery of HR related policies and/or strategies; 4. Experience of leading/managing change within an organization and a demonstrated commitment to driving innovation; 5. A good understanding of corporate governance, corporate strategy and risk management; 6. Up-to-date knowledge of employment law and practices, including ED&I legislation and best practice; 7. A good knowledge of challenges across the employment and industrial relations landscape; 8. A proven ability to lead, manage and develop a team including the capacity to work effectively and collaboratively within teams and foster positive working relationships both internally and externally; 9. High levels of drive, resilience and motivation and the proven ability to deliver objectives including the ability to work under pressure and the capacity to work to tight deadlines; 10. Excellent communication, interpersonal and influencing skills, with the ability to confidently liaise and negotiate with senior personnel, legal and other stakeholders; 11. Strong ICT skills with an ability to analyse employee data and key trends to gather insights and inform decision-making. Pay (PPC) The salary scale for the position (rates effective from 1 March 2023) is as follows: €74,701 €77,452 €80,241 €83,040 €85,834 €87,445 €90,265 €93,095 per year