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Production Operations Associate


Production Operations Associate Cork Dell provides the technology that transforms the way we all work and live. But we are more than a technology company — we are a people company. We inspire, challenge and respect every one of our over 100,000 employees. We also provide them with unparalleled growth and development opportunities. We can’t wait for you to discover this for yourself as a Production Operations Associate on our team in Cork.Dell is ground-breaking at every level: in our design rooms, sales teams, marketing and in our factories. As the primary logistics contact internally, Production Operations steers the daily workflow activities within the factory, managing operations processes and people to achieve a quality output. Focused on achieving the required level of production on an hour-to-hour, daily, monthly and yearly basis, we oversee the planning, development, implementation and maintenance of manufacturing methods, processes and operations. To do this, we work with a range of internal teams, including Operations, Logistics, Distribution and IT. Key Responsibilities Desirable Requirements Typically requires 1+ years of related experience or equivalent Benefits We offer highly competitive salaries, bonus programs, world-class benefits, and unparalleled growth and development opportunities — all to create a compelling and rewarding work environment.If you would thrive in a high-tech manufacturing environment, this is your opportunity to develop with Dell. Closing date: Friday 26th July 2019. Dell is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. All employment decisions at Dell are based on business needs, job requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, national, social or ethnic origin, sex (including pregnancy), age, physical, mental or sensory disability, HIV Status, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, marital, civil union or domestic partnership status, past or present military service, family medical history or genetic information, family or parental status, or any other status protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate. Dell will not tolerate discrimination or harassment based on any of these characteristics. Learn more about Diversity and Inclusion at Dell here. · Performs periodic Inventory Scans. Assists in Inventory Reconciliations. · Applies knowledge of the job, and company policies and principles to complete a wide range of tasks. Complete understanding of the general and technical aspects of the job. · Projects are assigned and require ordinary problem resolution using standard policies, procedures and practical application of the general and technical aspects of the job. · Works under limited supervision. Routine work requires no instruction. General instructions given for new assignments. · Contribute to production goals of assigned Dept. Good understanding of Job Function and requirements to succeed. Capable of applying knowledge in all assembly areas and product prep for shipments. Job Family:  Production Job ID:  R42807

15 days ago

Traveller Liaison Officer

Cork County CouncilCork€46,771 - €57,157 per yearContract

SECTION 1: THE ROLE The Traveller Liaison Officer will work as part of a team with Cork County Council’s Housing Department and will cover the three divisions within Cork County – North, South and West Cork. The Traveller Liaison Officer will work primarily on the provision of services, advice and support to Travellers but may also be required to become involved in housing related services relating to non-Traveller tenants and applicants of the Council where necessary. The Traveller Liaison Officer will report to the Administrative Officers, Social Operations, within the three divisions, or such other person as may be designated by the Chief Executive of the Council or his/her delegated Officer. SECTION 2: DUTIES The duties may include but are not limited to the following and 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.  Working to achieve the objectives as set out in the current Traveller Accommodation Programme and preparation of future Traveller Accommodation Programmes.  To assist and advise in relation to all matters associated with Local Authority Housing with particular reference to the Traveller community including proactively developing, reviewing and updating of traveller related policies and procedures.  Contribute to the wider work in relation to the planning and provision of appropriate services for Travellers and promotion of good relations between Travellers and Settled Communities e.g. Traveller and Community Integration Projects, Traveller Development Projects etc.  Work collaboratively with the wider community, including existing residents of local authority housing estates, in conjunction with Estate Management Liaison Officers, to build and maintain cohesive communities.  Identify, develop and maintain contacts with individuals, agencies and professionals involved in the provision of support services to Travellers to include working with Travellers Groups and Organisations.  Act as the main point of contact and co-ordinate Cork County Council’s arrangements for the provision of accommodation-related services to members of the Travelling Community and deal with any day to day complaints/queries arising.  Advise Traveller households on their housing applications and liaise with the Housing Assessments Officer and/or Housing Officer in relation to identifying the most appropriate housing option to meet individual needs.  Co-ordinate and/or provide appropriate post-tenancy supports to households accommodated directly by Cork County Council, to include the development and implementation of tenancy sustainment programmes in consultation with the families and other support services providers where required.  Respond in conjunction with Estate Management Liaison Officers to complaints of anti-social behaviour, to include initial investigation, liaison with the parties involved, co-ordination of response/action and escalation through formal process as appropriate.  Respond to emergencies as they arise, including outside of office hours when necessary.  Participate in and minute (where required) the various Working Group meetings on Traveller Accommodation including representing Cork County Council on the relevant Committees/Meetings relating to issues relevant to the Travelling Community including the Local Traveller Accommodation Consultative Committee.  Conduct Annual Traveller Census and complete associated reporting requirements.  Any other duties as may be assigned SECTION 3: ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA / QUALIFICATIONS 1. Character Each candidate must be of good character and the successful applicant may be subject to Garda Vetting prior to any appointment being confirmed. 2. Health Each candidate must be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service. 3. Education, Training, Experience etc. Each candidate must, on the latest date for receipt of completed application forms: (a) have a good general standard of education; (b) have proven and relevant experience in administrative procedures including practical experience in work of an administrative nature, office organisation and control of staff; Cork County Council Job File 19/052 Page 4 4. Desirable Skill Set The ideal candidate should possess:  Good knowledge of social housing policy and approaches, including a good understanding of issues and needs of the Travelling Community;  Ability to develop and maintain positive, productive and beneficial working relationships;  Ability to handle potentially complicated situations and to prevent and manage conflict situations;  Strong management, communication and negotiation skills;  Ability to work effectively as part of a team and with statutory, community and other agencies;  Experience of working with community / voluntary / disadvantaged groups;  Experience of preparing reports and correspondence;  Capacity to develop and implement work programmes;  Ability to work on own initiative and resolve issues as they arise;  Knowledge and experience of operating ICT systems. 5. Age Age restrictions shall only apply to a candidate where he/she is not classified as a new entrant within the meaning of the Public Services Superannuation Act, 2004. A candidate who is not classified as a new entrant must be under 70 years of age. 6. Transport Full Driving Licence, recognised in the Republic of Ireland, and access to transport as the role may require some travel. SECTION 4: SELECTION PROCESS The recruitment selection process will include an interview. A panel may be formed on the basis of such interview. Candidates whose names are on a panel and who satisfy the local authority that they possess the qualifications declared for the office and that they are otherwise suitable for appointment may within the life of the panel be appointed as appropriate vacancies arise.

13 days ago
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