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Barbers

Sultan Barber
Fermoy, Cork
Full-time
Part-time

Experienced Barbers required to join our friendly team at Sultan Barbers, Fermoy.Must have at least 2 years' experience working in a Barbers, on going training will be provided. This is a very busy shop with a great working environment.Please apply now if you have the experience required.We look forward to hearing from you.

27 days ago

We are recruiting CAREGivers

Home Instead Senior Care
Cork
Full-time
Part-time

Home Instead Senior Care is a non medical care organisation assisting the elderly community in their own homes. We provide a wide range of services including; companionship, meal preparation, household duties, personal care, medication reminders, errands and sometimes transport.We are looking for committed people with a genuine interest in caregiving with the following skills:If you would like to join our team of dedicated CAREGivers, and be a part of an industry leader please apply today.

15 days ago

Apprentice Hairstylists - 5 Cork Locations

Peter Mark
Cork
Full-time
Apprenticeship

Apprentice Hairstylists Required at the following locations: - Wilton, Cork- Merchants Quay, Cork- Mahon Point, Cork- Douglas, Cork- Blackpool, CorkPeter Mark Full Time Apprenticeship Position.  We want you to come and train with us if you aspire to be the best, have style and enjoy being creative.  If you are interested in working with us please read on……… Why work for us? Peter Mark are equal opportunity employers 

14 days ago

Social Care Workers

Positive Care
Nationwide
Full-time

Social Care Workers Full time – Required NationwidePositive Care are currently recruiting for Full time Social Care Workers with a minimum of one year’s experience in Residential Care.Further enquiries can be emailed to recruitment@ positivecare.ie Job DescriptionPosition Title: Social Care WorkerReports to: Unit Manager / Deputy Manager / CCL as requiredSalary: € CompetitiveOverviewThe Social Care Worker will act as the support and care worker to young people referred to the house. He / she will contribute to an assessment of needs, thereafter implementing aspects of Placement, Behaviour Support (BSP), and Individual Crisis Management (ICMP) Plans that will help meet assessed needs. He / she will use thePositive Care Model of Care to teach new skills to young people and manage challenging behaviour. He / she will undertake appropriate actions to connect the young person with local resources. He / she will network with local providers and liaise closely with parents / carers, and referral agencies. This post will involve evening, weekend and residential shift working arrangements.Main Duties and Responsibilities1. Contribute to an assessment and behaviour management plan for children and young people referred to the house, including developing and implementing Behaviour Support Plans (BSP), Individual Crisis Management Plans (ICMP) and Placement Plans in line with Care Plans.2. Teach young people who are not engaged in school outside the house, in both 1:1, and groups, following the individual educational plans developed for each young person.3. Help young people who are engaged in school to complete their homework, assignments and any other requirements of their school attendance.4. Participate in planned and responsive residential care designed to help meet assessed needs as defined in the young person’s Care and Placement Plans. Care for the young person following the BSP, Daily Plans and the ICMP developed for each young person from the Placement Plan.5. Document the progress of the young person involved using the systems developed by Positive Care.6. Liaise with supervisors, consultants, professionals, parents / carers and referral agents as required.7. Ensure that each young person, and their parent / carer if appropriate, receives the agreed quality and quantity inputs.8. Assist in conducting consumer evaluation of the House, and receiving complaints and compliments re. the services, with / from children, young people, parents / carers, communities and referral agents as required.9. Attend mandatory Company training time / days.10. Attend training as defined by your individual training plan.11. Implement, and contribute to the amendment of the policies and procedures of Positive Care.12. Attend team meetings and contribute to the formation and implementation of policies and strategic planning of Positive Care as required.13. Implement the Health and Safety Policy and associated Risk Assessment processes for young people cared for in the house and for the environment inside and outside the house. 14. Support relief staff and trainees working in the House.15. Contribute to the induction and ongoing training of all relief workers, trainees, support staff, and new staff.16. Based on his / her capabilities, additional Shift-leading Duties may be assigned by the Unit Manager, to designated Social Care Worker, on each shift.17. Be pro-active in developing team cohesion with the creation of a positive atmosphere and contribute to team building exercises that build team confidence and morale.18. Undertake all administrative functions necessary for the smooth running of the team functioning.19. Ensure that all files and client recordings are completed on his / her designated shift on a daily basis.20. Following the MDSP, send all relevant reports (including complaints, incidents, accidents, & monthly reports) to the referring social worker21. Adhere to all financial management systems and make sure petty cash is reconciled and signed off at the end of each designated shift22. Take part in the tasks which make the house a home, routinely cooking, cleaning (the house, grounds, vehicles, etc.) and carrying out basic repairs within the designated time scales and according to the routines of the house23. In the absence of a Childcare Leader, undertake the duties and designated responsibilities of the Child Care Leader in his / her absence.24. Make use of and encourage “whistleblowing”, according to the whistleblowing policy.25. At all times maintain confidentiality in regard to the children in our care, staffing matters, financial matters and any other matters internal to the company.26. Take responsibility at all times for the wellbeing of the Company, putting it before personal, financial or other gain.27. Any other duties, within the competence of the postholder, that may be required, reasonably, from time to time.Essential:Qualifications, Knowledge and Skills: Degree in Youth and Community Work; Social Care; Applied Social Studies; Applied Social Studies in Social Care; Addiction Studies ; Social Care Practice; Nursing; Psychiatric Nursing; Psychology; Physical and Health Education; 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. A full, clean, manual driving license, valid in Ireland Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal Knowledge of the key elements of effective team working Knowledge of the Irish National Standards in Children’s Residential Centres Experience of working with teenagers with challenging behaviour.

9 days ago

Product Builder (Assembler)

Stryker
Cork
Full-time

Stryker is one of the world’s leading medical technology companies and, together with its customers, is driven to make healthcare better. The company offers innovative products and services in Orthopaedics, Medical and Surgical, and Neurotechnology and Spine that help improve patient and hospital outcomes. More information is available at www.stryker.com

NaN days ago

Apprentice Butcher

IRE RECRUITMENT SERVICES
Cork
€9.55 an hour
Full-time

€9.55 an hourSkilled Knife Operator (Butcher/Trimmer/Bonner) required for Watergrass hill area Co.Cork (25 mins from city center)Previous experience working as a skilled knife person/boner/butcher/chef or trimmer in a meat environment is essential this can be meat retail or meat manufacturing.Previous experience working in a high volume meat processing factory highly beneficialThe hourly pay rate is €9.55 per hour.Bonus avg €120-€180 per weekWorking hours 7am-4.30pmThis position starts immediatelyCar is desirableJob Type: Full-timeSalary: €9.55 /hourExperience:

2 days ago

Project Officer

Age Action Ireland
Cork
Full-time
Volunteer

The Regional Project Officer will manage all aspects of the Getting Started service programme teaching older learners to use technology.Contract TypeFull TimeContract Duration12 months (fixed term)Job LocationGalway/ConnaughtJob description: Getting Started ProgrammeThe aim of this programme is to provide basic training on the use of computers and mobile phones for people over 55. It started in 2006 and has been extremely popular among older people and has spread rapidly particularly in the Dublin, Cork and Galway areas. We are mostly funded under the Department of Communications, Climate Action & Environment Digital Skills for Citizens Training Fund. We provide as many older people as possible with a chance to learn and develop their computer and mobile phone skills with a view to enhancing their participation in society.The JobThe Regional Project Officer will be responsible to the National Development Manager for managing all aspects of the Getting Started service programme in the areas mentioned below. They will work as part of a team to provide the Getting Started service in this region. The main duties are:-The PersonThe person should have knowledge and practical experience of community development and ICT, preferably in a training capacity.The person should have experience of teamwork and a track record of working well with groups and individuals.Experience of working with older people and volunteers would be desirable.Ability to meet multiple deadlines and strong organisational/administration and people skills is essential.

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Pharmaceutical Jobs

Pharmaceutical Companies
Nationwide
Full-time
Part-time

Find high-paying, stable and secure Jobs in Ireland’s BOOMING Pharma Manufacturing Industry & you don’t have to be a scientist!30% above average salaries, Join 3,430 people who have made the switch!Is your CURRENT or PREVIOUS job in one of these areas:• Manufacturing, Maintenance, Engineering & QualityAccording to Getreskilled.com those who’ve made the transition come from lots of different backgrounds:• Homemakers• And these industries;o Construction – Electrician, Plumber/Pipe-fitter, Carpenter/Joiner, Foreman, General Operativeo Restaurant – Chef, Cook, Restaurant Managero Healthcare – Nurse, Pharmacist, Radiation Therapisto Manufacturing – Production Operator, Toolmaker, Fitter/Turnero Food Processing – Operator, Butchero Military – Army, Navy, Air Forceo Other – Farmers, Designers, Architects, Business, Sales, Accountants etcHere’s a Map showing the location of 190 Pharmaceutical & Medical Device Factories in Ireland https://www.getreskilled.com/pharmaceutical-jobs/factory-locater/You can do some short conversion courses with Getreskilled.com to retrain and fit into the high-paying pharmaceutical manufacturing industry.Their courses are accredited by Dublin Institute of Technology, a World top 2% University.  • Largest University in Ireland• Named Best Institute of Technology by the Sunday Times in 2010• Ranked in top 100 by the Times Higher Education for universities under 50 in 2014 and 2015• 20,000 registered students• Over 2,000 members of staff• Member if the European University AssociationFor more information or to apply to one of their courses go here; https://www.getreskilled.com/

NaN days ago

Apprentice - Heavy Vehicle Mechanics

Cork County Council
Cork
Full-time
Apprenticeship

CORK COUNTY COUNCILHVM - MECHANICS - APPRENTICESHIPSJob File No. 18/116Heavy Vehicle Mechanics (HVM) - 2 No. 2 No. based in MallowDuration of apprenticeship.A minimum of 4 years.5 day, 39 hour week.Apprenticeship StructureThe apprenticeship system is a modular standards-based system generally comprising of 7alternating phases of on-the-job and off-the-job training and development. These alternatingphases of training consist of 3 off-the-job and 4 on-the-job phases. The duration of the 3 offthe-jobtraining phases does not normally exceed 40 weeks.The off-the-job phases are delivered by a Training Centre, an Institute of Technology oranother approved training provider. The key factor in delivery of an off-the-job training phaseis that it is delivered in a single training environment to ensure the integration of practicaltraining with the necessary theoretical and personal skills.AwardOn successful completion of your apprenticeship a Level 6 Advanced Certificate Craft isawarded. This is recognised nationally and internationally as the requirement for craftpersonstatusEducation qualificationsThe minimum education qualifications necessary to become a Heavy Vehicle Mechanic orMechanical Automation and Maintenance Fitting apprentice are 5 D grades in the LeavingCertificate examination or equivalent, with English & Maths being two of the subjectsand technical subjects would be an advantage.Other RequirementsSuccessful candidate must be in good health and not suffering from any illness that wouldrender him/her unsuitable or unable to hold the position. A person wishing to become anapprentice must pass the “Ishihara” Colour Vision Test 24 Plate Edition.Minimum AgeThe minimum age is 16Driving LicenceA full current Category “B” European Communities Model Driving Licence, free fromendorsement, is desirable. Successful candidate must obtain by 18th birthday or within 6months of commencement of apprenticeship whichever is the longer.ResidenceSuccessful applicant will be required to live within a reasonable distance of MallowRate of PayYear 1 €228.95 per weekYear 2 €333.65 per weekYear 3 €473.27 per weekYear 4 €569.79 per weekApplicationsApplications may be shortlisted on the basis of information provided on the form.If you are interested in applying, application forms and further details are available from theRecruitment Officer, Personnel Department, Cork County Council, County Library Building,Carrigrohane Road, Cork, (Tel. no. 021 4285511 or email recruitment@corkcoco.ie) withwhom completed application forms must be lodged not later than 5 pm on Monday 17thDecember 2019Personnel DepartmentCork County CouncilNovember 2018

NaN days ago

Driver Guide

Vagabond
Nationwide
€145 per day
Full-time

Working with VagabondIf you are interested in working with Vagabond Tours, please get in touch. We are currently recruiting for the roles below:Driver-Guides:2019 – If you think that guiding visitors around Ireland for up to 12 days at a time sounds like the best job in the world, please send us an email with a CV and cover letter to info@vagabond.ie. Please only apply for 2018 if you already hold a D or D1 bus licence and CPC’s, or have already started working towards getting your licence.About VagabondVagabond is Ireland’s only 4X4 adventure tour company, taking award winning trips to some of the most beautiful and remote parts of the country. Each tour is a blend of outdoor activity, sightseeing, scenery, local historical and cultural information and loads of laughs.The Role:We are passionate about offering a fantastic experience to our customers and require the highest level of dedication and professionalism from all our team. In return, we are prepared to spend considerable time and effort into developing people into our guiding roles.Our guests come from all over the world and across a wide spectrum of ages and backgrounds. But they are all here to relax, unwind and enjoy Ireland.If you would be interested in being a driver-guide and taking tours lasting between 6-12 days – then we would be interested in hearing from you. It is hard work and you will be away from home, but is also great fun, a healthy way of life and very rewarding (you also get a great tan). Plus the pay is OK too.Duties include but are not limited to:How to ApplyIf you feel you have what it takes to be a Vagabond tour guide, please submit your CV and Cover Letter to info@vagabond.ie

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