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Administrative Assistant - Mallow, Co. Cork

Munster Bovine Mallow, County Cork

Munster Bovine is Ireland’s market leader in cattle breeding and herd management services. We offer a complete and integrated range of cattle breeding, milk recording, fertility and performance enhancing services for herd owners. Our aim is to be the trusted partner in genetics and decision support, adding measurable value for herd owners.  We are currently recruiting a Administrative Assistant on a 12 month Fixed Term Contract, based in Mallow, Co. Cork .  Purpose To provide administrative and systems support to ensure the daily operation of all services provided by Munster Bovine. To ensure that the company meets all our customer needs and that best practice is maintained throughout all activities. Responsibilities Please note this is a 12 month Fixed Term Contract, based in Mallow, Co. Cork .

7 days agoFull-timeContract

Research Assistant (Administration)

University College CorkCork€22,609 - €35,216 per year

11 MONTHS, FIXED-TERM, WHOLE-TIME POST Position summary The School of Public Health is seeking to appoint a Research Assistant (Administration) to support the SPHeRE Programme. SPHeRE is Ireland’s national research training programme for population health and health services research (PHHSR) and is a collaboration between Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI), Trinity College Dublin (TCD) and University College Cork (UCC). SPHeRE means ‘Structured Population and Health-services Research Education’ and is funded by the Health Research Board in Ireland. The successful applicant will be responsible for providing an efficient administrative support service to the SPHeRE Programme, which includes grant management, financial reporting and project management. The new appointee will also be responsible for the sustainable development of the SPHeRE Network. The SPHeRE Network currently has more than 1000 members and links academics, healthcare professionals, policy makers, patients, carers and advocacy groups. The successful applicant will identify opportunities for expanding network activities and manage an active programme of events including an annual conference of network members, occasional seminars, policy dialogues, and other public events to provide a broad audience with access to the PHHSR research being conducted in Ireland. The successful applicant will be directly supervised by Professor Browne at University College Cork. Supplementary Information on the School of Public Health is available at the following URL: Post Duration: 11 months Salary: €22,609 - €35,216 p.a. (IUA Salary Scale) Project Title: SPHeRE/2018/1: Structured Programme Health Services and Population Health Education II. For an information package including further details of the post see Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Prof. John Browne, email: Applications must be submitted online via the University College Cork vacancy portal ( Queries relating to the online application process should be referred to, quoting the job-title and project name. Candidates should apply, in confidence, before 12 noon (Irish Local Time) on Friday, 25th September 2020. No late applications will be accepted. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CORK IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER Please note that an appointment to posts advertised will be dependent on University approval, together with the terms of the employment control framework for the higher education sector. Contact Person :Professor John BrowneContact Email :j.browne@ucc.ieJob ID :041791Contact Number :Close Date :25-Sep-2020 12:00

5 days agoContract

5 Roles Available - Cork Stores


Checkout Operator - Midleton - Closing date: 15-09-2020 - APPLY HERE Driver - Blackrock - Closing date: 15-09-2020 - APPLY HERE Shop Floor Assistant - Midleton - Closing date: 14-09-2020 - APPLY HERE. Sales Assistant - Carrigaline - Closing date: 24-09-2020 - APPLY HERE. Online Shopping Assistant - Carrigaline - Closing date: 24-09-2020 - APPLY HERE.

11 days agoContract

20 Fire Fighters Wanted

Cork City Fire BrigadeCork

Cork City Council is inviting expressions of interest from suitably qualified persons from all backgrounds that enjoy being part of a team, possess a strong sense of duty and are seeking a challenging and rewarding career. If you are interested in becoming a Full-Time Firefighter, please read the candidate information booklet which outlines the details of the recruitment process. You should also complete the questionnaire on Page 3 & 4 of the booklet prior to submitting your expression of interest. This questionnaire is for your own use only. Download - Cork City Council Full-Time Firefighter Candidate Information Booklet 2020 The deadline for receipt of completed Expressions of Interest forms is  4pm, Friday 25th September 2020. If you have any queries regarding this competition, please contact Canvassing will automatically disqualify. Cork City Council is an equal opportunities employer Please note that the admission of a person to this competition, or invitation to attend a psychometric test or interview or additional assessments, is not to be taken as implying that Cork City Council is satisfied that such person meets the requirements of the role or is not disqualified by law from holding the position and does not carry a guarantee that your application will receive further consideration Please complete the expression of interest form below and ensure that all fields are completed correctly. Print a copy for your own records prior to submission.  It is intended that this information can then be given in a file to a psychometric testing company who will then conduct the testing on behalf of the City Council.

19 days agoContract
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