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Company Overview Kearys Motor Group is Ireland’s largest family-owned motor group, with 13 dealerships in Dublin, Cork and Limerick. Our people come first, as we strive to recruit and retain the best people to meet our customers’ high expectations when buying and servicing their car, bike or van from Kearys. We are proud to be certified as a Great Place to Work in our first year on the programme. This accreditation is an endorsement of all our people and affirms that we are on the right track as we drive the business forward. With award-winning sales staff, dedicated financial advisors, a superb aftersales department, and a first-class business development centre, we are passionate about providing exemplary customer care. Working as a team we strive to achieve exceptional standards in this area, placing a strong emphasis on staff training, together with considerable facility development, which remains on-going. Kearys Motor Group's commitment to excellence and its reputation as a Great Place to Work aligns perfectly with the company's core values, The Keary Way. The Keary Way comprises of three core pillars: People First, Customer Driven, and Professional. Role Overview Kearys Motor Group is looking for top calibre candidates to join its winning team. We are currently seeking to recruit an Apprentice Technician to join our dynamic, growing team in Rent-A-Van dealership, Kinsale Road Roundabout, Ballyphehane, Cork. Looking to move your career into next gear? Apply today to be a part of our success story. Role Responsibilities:
Chef de Partie Apprentice
We are a very busy city centre restaurant and our focus is on good quality food, locally sourced. We make everything from scratch and have our own dedicated production kitchen on site. We operate 7 days per week. We have 5 restaurants in our group, each offering a unique dining and culinary experience, this enables us to provide opportunities to learn in a variety of kitchen environments and a wide range of culinary styles. We are looking for candidates who are passionate and inquisitive about food. A successful candidate will have excellent communication skills, a good work ethic and keen desire to learn. Our apprentices will join our team with the support of our dedicated Apprenticeship Management Team and work with mentors, some of whom have successfully completed Apprenticeships themselves. We are dedicated to providing a positive working environment with lots of training and development opportunities both through the apprenticeship and also with many in-house courses. The successful candidate will have:
Mechanical Automation and Maintenance Fitter Apprentice
Induchem Group aims to be the go-to global process equipment solutions partner to the world’s leading manufacturing and energy industries, recognized for safety and sustainability. Expert people, best-in-class products and exceptional services, maximizing customer uptime through innovation and reliability. This requires integrity, flexibility and excellence. Operating since 1982, Induchem Ireland and UK are currently focused on growing the business and associated customer opportunities and optimizing ‘end-to-end’ employee experience across both. What’s unique about working at Induchem? How the diversity of our market sectors, products and services accelerates your talent development. In addition, there is competitive pay & benefits, flexibility and much more. Due to continued expansion and growth, we are looking to recruit a suitable candidate for a 4 year Mechanical automation and maintenance fitter apprenticeship. The apprenticeship offers the right candidate an exciting opportunity to be an integral part of our Valve Repair Team with fantastic career development prospects. RESPONSIBILITIES This is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate to develop in a dynamic and innovative work environment.
The work of a plasterer includes the application of plaster to internal and external wall surfaces and ceilings, to produce a seamless fine finished surface. Plastering also involves the application of protective and decorative coats of cement based material and similar material to external surfaces of buildings. A plasterer’s work includes the preparation of surfaces by fastening metal or plasterboard to form a key or background for plastering. Individual craftpersons often specialise in particular skills such as mouldwork, slating and tiling, suspended ceilings and metal systems. At the end of the apprenticeship, the craftsperson will be able to demonstrate competence in the following skills: • Preparation of backgrounds • Scudding • Rendering and floating sand/cement • Floating lightweight/plasters • Cutting and fixing plasterboards • Fixing metal beads using expanded metal • Skimming walls and ceilings • Dotting and screeding • Floating with soft screeds • Fixing rules for reveals/plinths and quoinstones • Plastering piers, beams and curved surfaces • Dry lining, taping joints • Cutting and fixing fibrous plaster • Plaster moulding • Squaring and margining of reveals • Floating and skimming • Erecting scaffolding • Safety • Use of metal systems Specialist Skills • Metal systems • Suspended ceilings • Roofing • Floor screeds • Tiling Common Skills • Measuring/setting out • Use of tools • Care of tools • Ordering materials • Safety • Costing/estimating • Reading and producing drawings • Plumbing, ranging and use of level • Knowledge of materials Personal Skills Planning work • Organising work • Ability to work independently and as part of a team • Using own initiative in problem solving • Ability to gather information • Ability to adapt to changing work practices and conditions • Interview technique