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Deputy Manager – Mitchelstown & Leamlara, Co. Cork

Positive CareCorkFull-timePermanent

Deputy Manager – Mitchelstown & Leamlara, Co. CorkPermanent Full time - 40 hour weeks.OverviewPositive Care has been entrusted to care for over 400 Young People who are looked after by the State. We work in partnership with TUSLA to ensure all Young People receive quality services. These include therapeutic residential care, access to education, access to psychological services, integration into local communities and preparation for aftercare. We acknowledge that each young person has their own individual needs. Coupled with our multi-faceted Care Framework, we best meet those needs with a four step plan beginning with assessment.We are currently looking for a Deputy Manager Cork based. The Deputy Unit Manager will be responsible for assisting in the provision of a service aimed at meeting the needs of children and young people looked after by Positive Care. The Deputy Unit Manager is responsible for assisting the unit manager in all aspects of the running of the house, and managing the house in the manager’s absence.The relationship between the Unit Manager and Deputy is vital to the long term success of Positive Care. The Deputy Unit Manager reports directly to the Unit Manager on all matters relating to the house, and they collaborate on all issues arising in the house.Main Duties and ResponsibilitiesYoung People

22 days ago

Experienced Bar Tender

Ridgestur Ltd T/A The Bantry Bay Bantry, CorkFull-time

We are looking for an Experienced Bar Tender to join our team at The Bantry Bay. We are open 7 days a week serving food for breakfast , lunch and dinner. We have live music at weekends,host private functions and have Wild Nightclub open at weekends. The ideal candidate will have:All candidates must be extremely well presented and have fluent English and be over 18.Must be available full time ~5 days (no part time positions available) and willing to work late hours.Candidates that do not meet the above requirements need not apply.

1 day ago

Field Sales Representatives Louth/Meath/Monaghan/Cavan

Twentyfour7salesNationwide€19,000 - €23,000 per yearFull-timePermanent

Field Sales Representatives Required (Louth, Meath, Monaghan, Cavan)Twentyfour7Sales is one of Irelands fastest up and coming Sales and Marketing outsourcing companies. We are currently recruiting for Field Sales Representatives to join our Just Energy Campaign selling Electricity and Gas to residential customers at the door.The successful candidate will have a drive for success. Exceptional organization skills are required and a will to succeed in a fast-paced environmentThe Role:Performance review after 3 Months and 6 Months. Opportunities to progress to management for those who demonstrate exceptional sales and managerial skillsFor Further Information Please Apply today

25 days ago

Residential Unit Manager – Mitchelstown, Cork & Glenroe, Limerick

Positive CareCorkFull-timePermanent

Residential Unit Manager – Mitchelstown, Cork & Glenroe, Limerick Permanent Full time - 40 hour weeks.OverviewThe Unit Manager carries responsibility for the care delivered to the young people living in a Positive Care house and for the staff who deliver that care. S/he is responsible for ensuring that the care given meets with company policies and procedures and with national regulations and that the environment in which the care is given is homely, clean, safe and appropriate for the young people’s ages and stages of development.As a member of the Region’s Management team, the Unit Manager contributes to the development of strategies, policies and systems related to all aspects of Positive Care Operations, and to their implementation.Main Duties and Responsibilitiesa) Young PeopleEnsure at all times that all children and young people in Positive Care’s services are looked after safely, professionally and in a way which ensures that they achieve their maximum potential, in line with Positive Care’s mission, stated model of care and vision statement.b) StaffEnsure that all staff employed by Positive Care are treated with respect and that their health, safety and wellbeing is safeguarded during their time at work.c) Direct ManagementPersonally support, supervise and guide their Childcare Leaders and all permanently employed care workers for whom the postholder has responsibility in a way which keeps them motivated, committed and enthusiastic so that they are equipped to consistently deliver high quality, child centred services.Support the Child Care Leaders in supervising the staff (student placement, Relief or Social Care Workers, Night Sitters)that you assign to them to supervise in a way which keeps them motivated, committed and enthusiastic so that they are equipped to consistently deliver high quality, child centred services.On behalf of the organisation, hold their Childcare Leaders and all Social Care staff, including relief staff and waking night staff accountable for their performance.Provide direct support and assistance to key workers, Social Care Workers and Regional Managers in the assessment and provision of documentation to referring agents, and positively support and facilitate the movement of referrals into our services.Provide direct support and assistance to key workers, Care Workers and Regional Managers in the production of accurate, well written reports to social workers and other professionals involved with a child’s care, and their families where appropriate.d) Ensuring an appropriate environmentEnsure at all times that the house for which the postholder is responsible is clean, welcoming, homely, warm and safe. – in short, that it is fit for purpose.Ensure the management of the maintenance log for the house, keeping it up to date, and signing off on work completed. Holding the maintenance service accountable for their work by complaining, in writing, to the maintenance manager and the regional manager if work is unsatisfactory or incomplete.e) Team ManagementLead a cohesive, focused and effective staff team in the delivery of high quality services which comply at all times with regulations and standards. Manage the team effectively and appropriately and ensure staff are properly trained, so they are equipped to deliver child care which meets and exceeds the regulatory standards and requirements.Fully participate in the regional 24 hour on-call service, so that staff in the region have, at all times, access to direct help and support by telephone.When organisational change processes are initiated at Board and Senior Management Team level, lead the change process at unit/ house level to its successful conclusion.f) Financial ControlTake responsibility for the house budget, ensuring that spending is kept within approved limits at all times.Ensure budgets in all areas of the house services are adhered to, and that appropriate and effective financial controls are in place, and are operated according to procedures and in line with good financial management practice and good governance.Within budget, and in a timely fashion, in consultation with the Regional Manager, ensure that the unit has an appropriate, qualified and balanced staff team with sufficient relief to deliver the service safely.Within budget, and at all times, ensure that the house has appropriate, furniture, transport, food and other resources so that the children can be cared for safely and properly, and staff are safe and treated with respect by the Company.g) Meeting StandardsActively engage in Positive Care’s auditing and performance management system, operating it appropriately.Ensure that the house, at all times, receives excellent feedback from TUSLA monitoring / inspection recommendations.Ensure at all times that regulatory and procedural requirements (Child Care, Health & Safety, HR etc) are met.Conduct grievance and disciplinary investigations and hearings, as appropriate, according to procedures outlined in the Positive Care Staff Handbook and in line at all times with advice from our HR advisers and insurers.h) External RelationshipsDevelop and maintain positive and effective relationships with TUSLA inspectors, Monitoring Officers, CFA Team Leaders, CFA Social Workers, Gardai, Garda Superintendents and Inspectors, CAMHS teams, School Principals and all other key stakeholders in the delivery of services to our children.Generate new business for the Company by the effective use of relationships with key stakeholders and potential customers.Support the development of new services as required, helping to set up buildings, helping to recruit and inducting new managers.i) ReportingProvide written and verbal reports, as required, to the Regional Manager and other managers as required by the Regional Manager. Ensure all statutory and standard reports are made to the TUSLA and other professionals, as required, in the times required and to the standard required.Notify Positive Care Directors of any serious risks to Positive Care, our staff, the children in our care, or our businessDeputise for the Regional Director when necessary, representing the interests and views of Positive Care professionally and appropriately.j) Whistle Blowing, Confidentiality, Company Welfare:In line with our duty of care both to young people and to staff, bring to the attention of a Director any matter which may pose a risk to the safety or well being of a child, staff member or the company, according to our whistle blowing policy.Encourage “whistleblowing” in all staff, according to the whistleblowing policy, and receive reports from staff and managers as appropriate, acting upon them promptly and effectively.At all times maintain confidentiality in regard to the children in our care, staffing matters, financial matters, procedural matters and any other matters internal to the company.Take responsibility at all times for the wellbeing of the Company, putting it before personal, financial or other gain.k) Any Other Duties:Any other duties, within the competence of the postholder, that may be required, reasonably, from time to time.Qualifications:Essential:Bachelor, Honours Bachelor Degree in Youth and Community Work; Social Care; Applied Social Studies in Social Care; Addiction Studies; Social Care Practice; Nursing; Psychiatric Nursing; Psychology; Counselling and Psychotherapy.OR a MA or MSc: in any of the above; Social Work.OR a HDip Education along with a Bachelor’s degree.Desirable:Qualification in Management, Business Administration, in HR management, in Hotel Management,Knowledge of basic book-keeping skillsExperience:EssentialMinimum 5 years relevant post qualification experience which must include at least two years supervisory experience.Competencies:Essential:Desirable:Drive and initiative in developing the job and the service, taking advantage of marketing opportunities

22 days ago

Accounts Assistant

Cross Refrigeration LtdCorkFull-time

Duties:- Accs payable - all functions involved in managing high volume transactions from processing invoices to payment status, credit control , rct.- Assisting with month end financial accounting process- Dealing with queries- Various administrative duties involved in busy accs payable officeThe Ideal candidate - Strong computer skils - High attention to detail required for compiling reports and follow up on same- Must have proven ability to complete tasks in timely manner and achieve regular challenging deadlines consistently- Hands on teamplayer while also having ability to work on own iniative- Have at least 5 yrs experience in busy accs environment

26 days ago

Embroidery & Print Operative

Welchs Printing & Embroidery Cork€10 per hourFull-time

Welchs Printing & Embroidery are looking for an enthusiastic and dependable person to join our small team. We are based in Frankfield Cork . We embroider and print on all items of clothing and are looking to add to our workforce. Experience would be great but we will offer full training. This job is approx 36 hours per week. Salary: €10 per hour. We have parking outside our premises or we are located 5 minutes walk from the last no.6 stop in Frankfield.Immediate start required.To apply please send us in your CV by clicking the APPLY NOW button below. 

4 days ago

Visual Merchandiser Sales Advisor

Marks & SpencerCorkPart-time

Visual Merchandiser WHAT YOU HAVE TO ACHIEVE? WHAT WILL BE THE CHALLENGES? You need to be confident, have good communication skills, be a quick thinker who works under pressure, have high energy levels and be able to maintain personal standards and composure under pressure.  The benefits will be knowing that you and your team have set standards in the store. Contract type: Week to weekHours per week: Minimum 16 hours.HOW TO APPLY: Please click the APPLY NOW button below and attach your CV or call 01 865 6192.

9 days ago

Consultant Clinical Biochemist

South/South West Hospitals GroupGlasheen, CorkPart-time


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Retail Staff

Michael GuineyCorkFull-timePart-time

We are hiring the hours are flexible and include weekends.Please email your CV to

21 days ago

Health & Safety Graduate Ireland

Dawn MeatsNationwideFull-timeGraduate

H&S GraduateHealth & Safety Graduate IrelandReporting to: Health & Safety ManagerContract type: Full-Time/PermanentRole Summary: The successful candidate will work alongside the on-site Health & Safety team in addition to taking part in all graduate activities & training rolled out by the company.The successful candidate will be based in one of our primary production plants and will be responsible for:Providing assistance relating to Health, Safety, Fire and Environmental to the siteActively supporting the management team to meet Health, Safety and Environmental KPIs and performance objectives with the aim of improving site safety & commercial objectivesConducting and completing all site related & specialist risk assessments with the support of line managementAssisting and implementing site specific safe working practicesAssisting with and maintaining accurate site accident data, assisting with accident information reports to identify trends & taking appropriate actionConducting detailed accident investigations and implementing recommendations to reduce accidents and incidentsCompleting site inspections & report on corrective actions regularlyIn conjunction with the site management team, reporting incidents to the HSE including any follow up any correspondence & action reportsActively participating in Site Health & Safety committee meetingsCoordinating Health & Safety documentation & ensuring any company changes updates are implementedYour role will see you tackle a wide range of business challenges in a busy Health & Safety environment. The ideal Candidate will have or demonstrate:Degree qualified in Health & Safety-related disciplineMaintain an interest in the meat production industryExcellent attention to detail with a methodical approach to tasksThis is an excellent opportunity for an ambitious graduatePlease note this vacancy is for our graduate 2019 programme. Closing date for all vacancies is Friday January 25th. Interviews will be held shortly afterwards with all successful candidates starting their training in June 2019.Job ID : 001104 Contact Person : Pamela WalshContact Email : Contact Number : 051309200Close Date : 25-Jan-2019

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