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Production Operator

AbbVieCorkTemporaryContract

At AbbVie, our strength lies in our team of experts who conduct ground breaking science on a global scale every day. In choosing your career & life path, choose to be extraordinary! We are a global, research-based biopharmaceutical company that combines the focus and passion of leading-edge biotech with the expertise and capability of an established pharmaceutical leader. Redefining what is possible is our business and our passion. Our goal is to help patients live healthier lives and we are proud to be one of the Best Places to Work in Ireland! We are currently sourcing Production Operators (Pharma Techs) for 6-12 month fixed term contracts in our Carrigtwohill facility in Cork . In this role, you will carry out the range of process operations linked to operating process equipment i.e. supply, start-up, sampling, running checks, first level trouble-shooting, dismantling and cleaning while manufacturing to GMP standard. Key Responsibilities: These positions are rotational 3 cycle shift pattern. AbbVie is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer; we value bringing together individuals from diverse backgrounds to develop innovative solutions for patients and being part of an inclusive work environment.

13 days ago

Older Persons Services Coordinator

Health Service ExecutiveCork€55,072 - €65,945 per yearContract

Job Title and Grade Older Persons Services Co-ordinator (Equivalent to Asst Director of Nursing) Grade Code 2913 Campaign Reference OPSC0120 Closing Date 12 noon on Tuesday 4th February 2020 Please note late application will not be accepted Proposed Interview Date (s) Interviews will be held shortly after the closing date Taking up Appointment A start date will be indicated at job offer stage. Organisational Area  Cork Kerry Community Healthcare / South South West Hospital Group   Location of Post Initial Vacancy Specified Purpose:   Cork - St Finbarr’s Hospital Campus, Cork City Initial assignment will be to the Assessment Treatment Centre but this may be subject to change.   The post may also involve travel   A panel may be created from this campaign for Older Persons Services Co-ordinator, Cork /Kerry from which current and future, permanent and specified purpose vacancies of full-time or part-time duration may be filled.   Please note that there is an existing panel in place for Older Persons Services Co-ordinator, Cork /Kerry: This panel will take precedence over the new panel created through this campaign.     Informal Enquiries  Informal enquiries to :   Eileen O Leary, GM Non Residential Services for Older People Eileen.oleary1@hse.ie Tel - 086 787 1071   Spencer Turvey, Clinical Projects Facilitator spencer.turvey1@hse.ie Tel – 087 606 4592 Details of Service Cork Kerry Community Services - Cork:   A key priority for Cork City is to develop alternative pathways for older adults to access the assessment and intervention that are required to address increasing health needs whilst being maintained in their home.   Phase 1 of this development is the establishment of an Urgent Ambulatory Care Centre and virtual ward for older adults in Cork City who require urgent assessment and intervention and realignment of certain services to support this approach including the ambulatory outreach services (Integrated Care team and CRST) to operate alongside the existing services for older people provided in St Finbar’s Hospital Assessment and Treatment Centre.   The role will involve care co-ordination across the continuum of care for older people in Cork City as part of an overall Ambulatory Care Centre approach and in particular the management of the Assessment and Treatment Centre and associated ambulatory pathways.   Cork Kerry Community Services - Kerry:   A key priority for the services is to develop alternative pathways for older adults to access the assessment and intervention that are required to address increasing health needs whilst being maintained in their home.   Phase 1 of this development is the establishment of an Ambulatory Care service for older adults initially in a defined geographical area of Kerry (who require urgent assessment + / - outreach service services) to address care needs in facilities outside the acute setting including their own home.   The role will involve care co-ordination across the continuum of care for older people in a defined geographical area of Kerry as part of an overall Ambulatory Care Centre approach. Reporting Relationship   GM Non-residential Services for Older People for operational performance and Director Of Nursing for professional issues   Purpose of the Post A Care Coordinator (or Patient Care Coordinator) for the Older Person is a trained health professional, in this case senior nurse that helps to manage a patient's care journey. While not always directly involved in delivery of care, they sign post patients to the correct service, monitor and coordinate patients' treatment plans, educate them about their condition, connect them with health care professionals, and evaluate their progress. The Care Coordinator will also have an overall management role in terms of the available resources in the ATC and to act as the primary contact person for people referring to the service.   The Care Coordinator role is multifaceted:   The post holder will offer triage , support and signpost healthcare providers and older people to the most appropriate clinical services to meet clinical needs including assessment service and downstream intervention services in both health and social care   The post holder will co-ordinate the day to day functions of the Assessment and Treatment Centre (Cork) and the newly established Rapid Assessment Older Persons Team/Ambulatory Outreach team (Cork and Kerry)and work as part of that team as required   The post holder will ensure that team structures are attended to in order to ensure that the service is consistent with recognized best practice in team functioning.   The post holder will work with community colleagues including primary and social care to support older people to live well at home establishing a proactive approach to case management and developing a database of at risk individuals by creating a virtual hub approach The post holder will work with the Consultant Leads /Project MDT and existing outreach /in reach services to develop integrated criteria for referral and on- going support ensuring a seamless continuum of care for the patient.   The post holder will ensure that all services are operating optimally and timely care is being provided to all Older Persons accessing the healthcare professionals at all levels of the service. The post holder will implement a model of active case management in conjunction with GP’s and Community Healthcare Networks in cork City & West/North Kerry to ensure that vulnerable older persons clinical needs (acute or chronic) are assessed promptly in the ambulatory care / community setting (integrated \approach with the acute hospital as required) and that they are supported in accessing the appropriate care pathway they need in a timely manner. The post holder will ensure older persons are facilitated to understand their care needs and to work in partnership with the Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) and wider community to ensure the provision of care in an ambulatory model and at home when possible. While clinical functions are central to the role of care coordinator, he or she also performs coordinating functions ensuring the provision of a seamless integrated service with a multidimensional and multidisciplinary input for the older person across the care continuum. Principal Duties and Responsibilities Operational responsibilities Ensuring the Assessment and treatment Centre and Urgent Ambulatory Care and outreach team functions are fulfilled in accordance with its Operational Policy within the allocated budgetary framework by the provision of effective team leadership. Be the single point of referral / contact for older persons services under the umbrella of the Assessment and Treatment Centre and ambulatory care assessment centre Ensuring that referrals to the service are responded to in a timely and appropriate fashion and signposted to the correct clinical service To develop with the clinical leader and team members in conjunction with the community effective structures to ensure the team fulfils its principal functions with its targeted client group. To develop structures that support basic team functions such as assessment, allocation and review of workloads and work closely with Ambulatory Outreach team lead. Ensure that the services provided by the team are well organised, responsive, needs led, user focused and of the best quality. To ensure that policies and procedures are in place, understood, accessible, reviewed and consistent with quality standards and recognized best practice. Ensure the effective operational management of the team and to be responsible for ensuring the delivery of high quality appropriately targeted services that are in accordance with the objectives of the ICP OP (2016). To work with the clinical leader to ensure clinical services are developed and provided by the team that are evidence based and of the highest standard in accordance with recognized best practice. To participate in the development operational and clinical practices to ensure care pathways are integrated. To ensure procedures are in place to support receipt of referrals, assessment, allocation and closing of cases. In particular ensuring systems are in place to register and review service users. To ensure systems are in place to respond promptly, appropriately and in an open manner to complaints and queries about the work of the team. To develop mechanisms to collate and report the work of the unit locally and nationally as required Change management Support the development of services and models of care according to the agreed development plan for older persons services particularly in relation to the urgent ambulatory care model and proactive case management. Input to support the development and implement new pathways of care and processes to manage older persons care needs in an innovative way and where possible outside the acute centre To take responsibility for proactively promoting a working environment which is consistent with a learning organization To take a lead in creating a work environment that is responsive to local changes in service models or service user and carer needs. 5.      To ensure that there is a team culture that is responsive to change based on emerging models of service delivery.   6.      Work in a programmatic way to deliver change in conjunction with stakeholders, project teams and management   People management To ensure the efficient use of human resources ensuring safe levels of staffing which reflect the necessary and appropriate skill mix. To ensure effective arrangements exist within the team to provide a forum for clinical decision making, monitoring of workloads and access to supervision for staff making use of professional advice where appropriate. To ensure all staff are in receipt of regular appraisal and professional development liaising with professional heads and training departments as appropriate. To ensure the best possible working relationships are developed within the team seeking input from professional heads as necessary. To participate in the recruitment of staff within the team in liaison with professional heads and in accordance with the HSE’s services selection procedures. To develop and maintain procedures which result in good communication within the team, across the locality and with external/partner agencies. To ensure systems are in place monitor sickness absence, annual leave, training and study leave, taking any appropriate action as required to ensure adequate staff availability to enable the team to fulfill its remit. Resource Management To be responsible for the devolved nominal budgets within the team ensuring that the team works effectively within their allocated financial framework. Identify any potential areas/events/situations that may have an adverse impact on financial expenditure for the service. This will include taking appropriate action to eliminate or minimise such adverse impact and informing the line Manager at the earliest possible opportunity. Ensure that priorities are set and adhered to for the purchase and use of materials and equipment making recommendations for expenditure not within this control, based on assessment of priorities. Performance Management Develop systems to monitor activity and provide regular feedback on the progress/activity of the team to the line manager and wider management team including the production of an Annual Report. Ensure that the team works within the parameters of the ICP OP and local / national data requirements. Work with the clinical leader and the clinical governance structures to implement performance systems to ensure services provided by the team are appropriate, effective and audited regularly. Work with the clinical leader, other HSE managers and Professional Heads to ensure that national and local policy and recommendations are incorporated into practice. Support the implementation of ICP OP information systems e.g. integrated case file, integrated care systems to ensure timely inputting of information by team members to support effective HSE reporting requirements. Ensure that all staff, service users and visitors adhere to relevant legislation (e.g. Health and Safety at Work Act) and ensure that the HSE procedures are followed including staff attendance at mandatory training. Community Network management Ensure that the team interface effectively and proactively with other community services and agencies inside and outside of the HSE. Develop and maintain the strong working relationships with GPs, Service Providers and Voluntary Groups. Ensure the promotion and development of seamless services for service users and carers across the CHN. Represent the service at meetings/forums/working groups as mutually agreed by line manager. Self management Ensure that as a member of the team, you are fully aware of current developments and practice in older person’s services / ambulatory care models Attend regular management/professional supervision. Through supervision and appraisal and discuss/identify/access training as appropriate. Be aware of, and reflect on, own practice as a manager/clinician. Be aware of, and adhere to, all HSE policies, acting as a role model to other staff. Manage time effectively. Continue to meet professional standards of practice and relevant professional legislation. 7.      To undertake other duties as requested by the line manager Eligibility Criteria   Qualifications and/ or experience         1.          Professional Qualifications, Experience, etc. a)     Eligible applicants will be those who on the closing date for the competition:        i)          Are registered, or are eligible for registration, in the General Division of the Register of Nurses and Midwives maintained by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland [NMBI] (Bord Altranais agus Cnáimhseachais na hÉireann). And       ii)          Have 7 years post registration nursing experience consisting of at least three years’ experience nursing older people in the last six years and 3 years nursing management experience. And     iii)          Are educated to Level 8 on the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ) maintained by Quality & Qualifications of Ireland (QQI) in nursing or related field. And     iv)          A post registration management qualification in health or a related field. (This requirement can be satisfied by a stand-alone programme or a completed module. The module may form part of a larger programme of study or be included in the award at (iii) above). And b)     Applicants must possess the requisite clinical, leadership, managerial and administrative knowledge and ability for the proper discharge of the duties of the office.   1.      Annual Registration        i)          Practitioners must maintain live annual registration on the General Division of the Nurses & Midwifery Register maintained by the Nursing & Midwifery Registration Board [NMBI] (Bord Altranais agus Cnáimhseachais na hÉireann). And       ii)          Practitioners must confirm annual registration with NMBI to the HSE by way of the annual Patient Safety Assurance Certificate (PSAC) 2.      Health A candidate for and any person holding the office must be fully competent and capable of undertaking the duties attached to the office and be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service.   3.      Character Each candidate for and any person holding the office must be of good character.   Post Specific Requirements Experience of assessment and case coordination work within older persons service with people with complex care needs who require community care and experience of/demonstrate the ability to engage a team to implement this in a systematic way. Evidence of relevant management experience and in particular of older persons services some of which must be within an acute care and the community health environment Sound knowledge of current issues and experience of working with older people with complex care needs within the community.   Other requirements specific to the post Access to own transport as post will involve travel.   Skills, competencies and/or knowledge Professional/Clinical Knowledge ·        Demonstrate a high degree of commitment, professionalism and dedication to the philosophy of nursing and quality health care provision. ·        Demonstrate relevant knowledge, expertise and experience in order to discharge the duties of this Senior Nursing Post. ·        Demonstrate evidence of policy development and the ability to translate policy into working practices/action. ·        Demonstrate knowledge and experience of quality audit/assurance systems.   Planning and Organising Resources ·        Demonstrate ability to plan, organise and deliver services in an efficient, effective and resourceful manner, within a model of patient centred care and value for money. ·        Demonstrate ability to manage deadlines and effectively handle multiple tasks.   Building and Maintaining Relationships: Leadership, Managing People & Team Skills ·        Demonstrate leadership skills and ability to influence others. ·        Demonstrate flexibility and openness to change and ability to lead and support others in a changing environment. ·        Demonstrate ability to manage, motivate and develop staff to maximize performance at work. ·        Demonstrate the ability to foster a learning culture amongst staff and colleagues to drive continuous improvement in services to patients. ·        Demonstrate ability to work effectively with multi-disciplinary teams.   Evaluating Information and Judging Situations ·        Demonstrate the ability to evaluate information and solve problems.   Commitment to Quality Care ·        Demonstrate understanding of, and commitment to, the underpinning requirements and key processes in providing quality patient centred care. ·        Demonstrate an ability to monitor and evaluate service performance and levels of care.   Communication and Interpersonal Skills ·        Demonstrate effective communications and interpersonal skills including: the ability to present information in a clear and concise manner: the ability to engage collaboratively with all stakeholders; the ability to give constructive feedback. ·        Demonstrate competency in general use of information technology-computers, office functions, internet for research purposes, email, preparation of presentation materials etc.   Codes of practice are published by the CPSA and are available on www.hse.ie/eng/staff/jobs in the document posted with each vacancy entitled “Code of Practice, Information for Candidates” or on www.cpsa.ie. The reform programme outlined for the Health Services may impact on this role and as structures change the job description may be reviewed.   This job description is a guide to the general range of duties assigned to the post holder. It is intended to be neither definitive nor restrictive and is subject to periodic review with the employee concerned.       Older Persons Services Co-ordinator  Terms and Conditions of Employment Tenure The current vacancy available is specified purpose and whole-time.   These posts are pensionable. A panel may be created from which permanent and specified purpose vacancies of full or part time duration may be filled. The tenure of these posts will be indicated at “expression of interest” stage.   Please note that there is an existing panel in place for Older Persons Services Co-ordinator, Cork /Kerry: This panel will take precedence over the new panel created through this campaign   Appointment as an employee of the Health Service Executive is governed by the Health Act 2004 and the Public Service Management (Recruitment and Appointments) Act 2004 and Public Service Management (Recruitment and Appointments) Amendment Act 2013.   Remuneration The Salary scale for the post as of 01/09/19 is: €55,072 - €56,246 - €57,440 - €60,595 - €61,892 - €63,087 - €64,294 - €65,945 (ADoN scale)

4 days ago

Delivery Driver

Just Eat IrelandCorkContract

Get a taste of freedom on the road with Ireland’s leading online food delivery network. Become a self-employed Food Delivery Driver and discover a feast of flexible opportunities at Just Eat. Whether you’re looking to make some extra cash, or have a car, scooter and are looking to get on the road, this is a great opportunity for you to boost your income. You can work weekdays or weekends, daytime or evenings, a full schedule or bits here and there - this role is flexible and up to you. We are looking for professional, polite and hard working individuals who are available to work weekdays & weekends. Here’s a few ingredients you’ll need: ● Legal right to work in Ireland ● Irish Bank account ● Up to date Smartphone ● Licensed and insured vehicle And here’s what you’ll get: ● Flexible working hours ● Very competitive payment rates ● Working alongside an excellent team Job Types: Independent contractor Experience: Delivery driver: 1 year (Preferred) Licence: Full driving licence (Preferred) APPLY HERE.

2 days ago

Bike Courier

Just Eat IrelandCorkContract

Get a taste of freedom on the road with Ireland’s leading online food delivery network. Become a self-employed Bike Courier and discover a feast of flexible opportunities at Just Eat. Whether you’re a student trying to make some extra cash, or have a bicycle and are looking to get on the road, this is a great opportunity for you to boost your income. You can work weekdays or weekends, daytime or evenings, a full schedule or bits here and there - this role is flexible and up to you. We are looking for professional, polite and hard working individuals who are available to work weekdays & weekends. Here’s a few ingredients you’ll need: Job Types: Independent contractor Experience: Delivery driver: 1 year (Preferred) Job Type: Contract APPLY HERE.

2 days ago
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