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Marketing Coordinator

Maxi Zoo IrelandBallincollig, Cork

Maxi Zoo Ireland are driven by the desire to make the life of pets and pets owners simpler, better and happier. To achieve this, we work hard, accept responsibility and seek every opportunity to learn about pets and customers. Are you passionate about pets and learning? Join our team and learn more with Maxi Zoo Ireland. We are recruiting for a Marketing Coordinator (Fixed Term Contract- 6 months) to join our head office in Ballincollig, Co. Cork. The start date will be January 2022. You will work closely with the marketing team in Ireland and the international team in Germany to develop and deliver the marketing strategy, on-time and on-brand. Providing outstanding creative input for campaign development. What we are looking for: Contract length: 6 months The salary range for this 6 month position is €13,000-15,000 DOE. Why join us? Employee Assistance Programme Paid annual leave Employee Discount – 40% discount that can be used within each store A career that offers a work/life balance- flexible start and finish times and the option to work remotely up to 3 days per week. Free onsite parking

30+ days agoTemporary

Material Planner, Month Contract


Auto req ID: 259466BR Job Description PepsiCo is on the lookout for a Material Planner to join our team in Little Island on a fixed term contract up to 9 months duration. We are the concentrate team in PepsiCo (PGCS) working across the Beverage, Nutrition and Snacks categories to deliver concentrate for many of PepsiCo’s mega brands including Gatorade, 7Up and Pepsi. We are at the heart of PepsiCo products, sourcing ingredients to manufacture more than 1,200 recipes for our brands. We are a global organisation, situated in 16 locations across 9 countries offering careers in various functions from Manufacturing, Supply Chain, Procurement, Quality, Finance, R&D, HR and IT. We want team members who can collaborate in our fast-paced global organisation and are passionate about creating and delivering much-loved household brands to markets across the world. Primary Accountabilities: Detailed and accurate response to MRP signals : Analysis of purchase requisitions and conversion to PO’s Responding to exception messages, i.e. expedites / postponements Weekly exception reporting. Creation and Maintenance of schedule agreements Compliance to Quota arrangements (split of volume between suppliers) Scheduling Material deliveries i.e. Bulk Materials , Packaging. Open order book management and close out process - end of period, quarter, year Work with suppliers to ensure efficient delivery of materials Accuracy of Supplier Shipping / Order documentation. Co-ordinate deliveries with inbound carriers and warehousing. Resolve invoicing issues. Achieve the agreed Working Capital targets for Direct Materials Accuracy and maintenance of Safety Stock and Order Policy settings Meet key inventory and material planning metrics . Publish weekly dashboard . Proactive management of Material Reserve risks and issues Monitoring supplier quality and delivery performance, Raise Non Conformance Reports where issues need to be escalated to Plant Procurement for resolution Meet all internal & external compliance responsibilities including Purchasing Policy requirements, GCS,SOX & AIBI Adhere to all PepsiCo Health and Safety requirements. Qualifications/Requirements Essential Skills: Strong supply chain experience in a dynamic multinational organization with experience in Material Planning Excellent MRP and analytical skills, with a proven ability to problem solve and make quick decisions Excellent communication/interpersonal skills, both verbal and written; Be capable of working effectively in a cross functional environment; Ability to manage multiple, complex tasks, with strong attention to detail Results orientated and commitment to achieving objectives; Ability to work on own initiative. PepsiCo products are enjoyed by consumers one billion times a day in more than 200 countries and territories around the world. PepsiCo generated approximately $63 billion in net revenue in 2016, driven by a complementary food and beverage portfolio that includes Frito-Lay, Gatorade, Pepsi-Cola, Quaker and Tropicana. PepsiCo’s product portfolio includes a wide range of enjoyable foods and beverages, including 22 brands that generate more than $1 billion each in estimated annual retail sales. At the heart of PepsiCo is Performance with Purpose – our fundamental belief that the success of our company is inextricably linked to the sustainability of the world around. We believe that continuously improving the products we sell, operating responsibly to protect our planet and empowering people around the world is what enables PepsiCo to run a successful global company that creates long-term value for society and our shareholders. For more information, visit www.pepsico.com. Relocation Eligible: Not Applicable Job Type: Temporary

30+ days agoTemporary

Researcher In Mixed-signal Design For Precision Circuits

University CollegeCork€38,630 - €45,942 per year

IOC-22 Researcher in Mixed-Signal Design for Precision Circuits Contract: Full Time/Fixed Term Microelectronic Circuits Centre Ireland (MCCI) is an EI / IDA technology centre hosted at Tyndall National Institute. Its mission is to carry out industry-led world-class Analog, Mixed-Signal and RF integrated circuit research and to deliver trained people and IP to industry. MCCI is already collaborating with 35 companies and many of the staff eventually transfer into the thriving microelectronics industry in Ireland. MCCI targets real-life applications with its research and currently has projects in diverse topics such as DNA detection for food safety, next generation optical communications, bio-sensing, imaging for security applications and early cancer detection. As microelectronics chips are manufactured in ever smaller geometries the performance of Analogue and Mixed-Signal circuits degrade while at the same time digital logic becomes cheaper, smaller and lower power. Applications associated with the Internet of Things is placing multiple challenges on the Integrated Circuit Chips that are required to enable the next generation of IoT applications. Please look at www.mcci.ie for more information. MCCI is opening up a postdoctoral position in the area of Analogue Mixed-Signal Design for Precision Circuits.  These will encompass a number of areas including: The appointment may be made on the Post-Doctoral Researchers scale €38,630 - €45,942 p.a. Salary placement on appointment will be in accordance with the public sector pay policy and years of experience. Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to at ivan.oconnell@mcci.ie .

30+ days agoFull-timeTemporary

Researcher In CMOS Image Sensor Electronics For Surgical Assistance

University CollegeCork€39 per hour

DOH-06 Researcher in CMOS image sensor electronics for surgical assistance. Contract: Full Time/Fixed Term  This position is jointly sponsored by Biophotonics at Tyndall National Institute and Microelectronic Circuits Centre Ireland (MCCI). In the past 20 years mobile phone cameras have transformed how we record our lives. The demand for higher resolution in mobile phone cameras has made CMOS Image Sensor (CIS) the fastest growing segment of the semiconductor market. It has also brought about a dramatic reduction in CMOS Image Sensor (CIS) pixel sizes. This project will utilise the huge advances in CIS to build micro-cameras that can be used in surgical stent operations. Stents have been used to treat coronary artery disease for more than a decade. It is now common practice to surgically implant a stent to hold a coronary artery open in order to maintain blood flow after an angioplasty procedure. More than 2 million people get a stent each year. Presently surgeons are unable to see what type of plaque causes artery blockages. Applying a micro-camera to the guidewires used to insert the stent would help make stent operations safer and cheaper. This project addresses a major component of a Bio-medical imaging project carried out in collaboration between MCCI (Microelectronic Circuits Centre Ireland), IPIC (Irish Photonic Integration Centre) and the Bio-Photonics team within Tyndall National Institute. The Candidate will work with other circuit designers to design a sub 1mm^2 CMOS image sensor using an advanced 3D stacked CMOS image sensor technology. Pixel readout circuits will be designed using component circuits like Analogue to Digital converters (ADCs), Reference Buffers and Low Dropout Voltage Regulators. All of these designs will be low power and low area. Once the design is complete and manufactured the next task will to be characterise the imager performance. The measured results will be submitted to conferences. The project supervisor will be Dr. Daniel O’Hare, a Senior Researcher within the microelectronics group in Tyndall National institute https://www.ipic.ie/people/daniel-ohare/ Key Responsibilities Any queries relating to this position can be forwarded to Dr. Daniel O' Hare on email daniel.ohare@mcci.ie The successful candidate will be highly innovative with a strong desire to create world-beating integrated circuits research for real-life applications. Appointment may be made on the IUA Scale for Post-Doctoral Researchers €39-130-€46,442 pa or Senior Post-Doctoral Researchers €47,764-€50,530 pa. Salary placement on appointment will be in accordance with public sector pay policy.

30+ days agoFull-timeTemporary

Senior Researcher In RF And Antenna Design

University CollegeCork€47,764 - €50,530 per year

JBU-15 Senior Researcher in RF and Antenna Design Contract: Full Time/Fixed Term As part of Tyndall’s Science Foundation Ireland Research activities (VISTAMILK, CONNECT, CONFIRM, INSIGHT) and having secured a number of industrial research contracts in the research domain of antenna development and RF design, the Wireless Sensor Network Group (WSN) at the Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork is currently recruiting for a Senior Postdoctoral Researcher in RF and Antenna Design. At the Tyndall National Institute, at University College, Cork the Human Centric Systems research cluster is carrying out world class research in the development of wireless sensor systems for use in the body, on the body and around the body. Working closely with a global range of academic, business and clinical partners, our technology is under evaluation by several multinational corporations and is approaching market readiness in a number of areas. The WSN Group, Tyndall National Institute - University College Cork, invites applications for appointments as Senior Postdoctoral Researcher in RF and Antenna Design. The applied research program will focus on leading the industrial research activity in solving the technical challenges associated with antenna and RF Design, Simulation and Measurement in this exciting and rapidly expanding R&D field. This is an  initial 24 month contract with scope for extension  subject to performance and funding secured. Reporting to the RF Team Leader, the WSN Head of Group or their nominee, this is an exciting opportunity to help define and implement an antenna research program in this fast-moving, industrially relevant area of wearable sensing systems. The successful candidate will lead an applied research agenda for a team of multi-disciplinary researchers with expertise in Antenna and Microwave Engineering. The WSN Group is comprised of engineers, researchers and postgraduate students with various levels of experience and qualifications. Specific activities for this position will include applied antenna research, project management, research proposal writing, student supervision, travel to international conferences/workshops/industry meetings, proposal project meetings and dissemination of the group’s activities in high impact journal and conference publications. Key Responsibilities The appointment may be made on the IUA scale for Senior Post-Doctoral Researchers €47,764-€50,530 p.a. Salary placement on appointment will be in accordance with the public sector pay policy and years of experience. Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to John Buckley at john.buckley@tyndall.ie

30+ days agoFull-timeTemporary

Production Operator


About AbbVie AbbVie’s mission is to discover and deliver innovative medicines that solve serious health issues today and address the medical challenges of tomorrow. We strive to have a remarkable impact on people’s lives across several key therapeutic areas: immunology, oncology, neuroscience, eye care, virology, women’s health and gastroenterology, in addition to products and services across its Allergan Aesthetics portfolio. For more information about AbbVie, please visit us at www.abbvie.com. Follow @abbvie on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn. Want to make a worldwide impact? Want to join a great place to work? Choose AbbVie! AbbVie employees work every day to discover and address many of the world's most pressing health challenges. Our work helps people live better lives. When you have patients depending on your solutions, you look for the best people to be part of the team. We are currently sourcing Production Operators (Pharma Techs) on a fixed term contract basis at our Carrigtwohill facility in Cork. In this role, you will carry out the range of activities linked to operating process equipment i.e. supply, start-up, sampling, running checks, first level troubleshooting, dismantling, and cleaning while manufacturing to GMP standard. Key Responsibilities: Support all Production operation activities Operate the process machines including Nano Mill, Niro Granulation, Blending, tableting, and Dispensing Adhere to OEE targets for cycle times and changeover times for all processes Fill in the Master Batch Paperwork in step with Production Respect the rules of Quality Assessment Be GMP compliant Know and apply the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for the equipment and plant processes Take samples as instructed by the Quality Control Lab Participate in continuous improvement programs for quality, safety, environmental and production systems. Ensure that all materials for destruction are correctly drummed, packaged and labelle Qualifications Education & Experience: Leaving Certificate or equivalent A minimum of 1 years’ experience ideally in Batch processing operations in an FDA/ HPRA regulated industry A good knowledge of cGMP and regulatory requirements Experience of operating in a highly automated environment and safe handling of dangerous chemicals is required Good I.T. skills are required 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. Travel No Job Type Apprenticeship Schedule Full-time Job Level Code IC Equal Employment Opportunity At AbbVie, we value bringing together individuals from diverse backgrounds to develop new and innovative solutions for patients. As an equal opportunity employer we do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex (including pregnancy), physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, protected veteran status, or any other legally protected characteristic.

29 days agoFull-timeTemporary

Research Support Officer-clinical) , Clinical Facility

University CollegeCork

3 Years,  Fixed-term, Whole-time Post Position Summary With the support of the Health Research Board, Enterprise Ireland, UCC and the seven University-based Clinical Research Facilities/Centres (CRFs/Cs) in the Republic of Ireland the Health Research Board National Clinical Trials Office (HRB NCTO), will deliver on the aims of the National Clinical Trials Coordination Programme 2021 over the 3-year term of its funding award. This programme was developed to build on the positive achievements of previous investments in clinical trials coordination and future investments in national clinical trials infrastructures. The overall aim of this investment is to ensure that Ireland has the capacity to conduct innovative high-quality clinical research for the benefit of people’s health and the economy. HRB NCTO, as an integrated Clinical Trial network, will be aligned to the local supports of the existing clinical trials infrastructures to ensure a harmonised strategic national approach to the conduct of high-quality clinical trials in Ireland. HRB NCTO now wishes to appoint a Research Support Officer-Clinical (ECRIN European Correspondent (EuCO)). The position is for a high-calibre experienced candidate to deliver the ECRIN EuCO role as per Work Package 3 of the HRB NCTO’s programme of work 2021-2024, Central support for Academic Clinical Trials, in collaboration with the HRB NCTO Manager, the HRB NCTO PI and the HRB NCTO team, working closely with CRF/C staff at a local level. The EuCo position will be funded for 3 years. The successful candidate will work as part of the HRB NCTO team and will travel to the CRF/C’s and sites, when necessary to carry out duties. Some international travel may also be required. The ECRIN head office is in Paris, France and the EuCo will be expected to attend meetings/events there and also attend meetings/events in other ECRIN member countries from time to time. UCC shall second the EuCo to ECRIN-ERIC for the term of the post. During the period of secondment, the EuCo will work under the direction and supervision of ECRIN-ERIC and will report to the HRB NCTO Manager in UCC and to the PI of the HRB award. The employment and HR policies of UCC will apply to the employment of the successful candidate. Post Duration: 3 years Salary:  € 50,000 p.a. (Personal Rate)  Project Title: ECRIN For an information package including further details of the post see https://ore.ucc.ie/. Job ID: 052831.  Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Dr Fionnuala Keane, Manager, NCTO Tel: + 353 (0)86 1740103 Email: F.keane@ucc.ie.

27 days agoTemporary

Phd, Quantum Technologies With Advanced Site-controlled Dot Structures

University CollegeCork€18,500 per year

EP-28 PhD - Quantum technologies with advanced site-controlled quantum dot structures Contract: Full Time/Fixed Term The Epitaxy and Physics of Nanostructures (EPN) group, Tyndall National Institution and University College Cork fund a  PhD position for “Quantum technologies with advanced site-controlled quantum dot structures “ . The Epitaxy and Physics of Nanostructures group is a well-established research team in Ireland focused on quantum technology research, quantum optics and device (epitaxial) growth by MOVPE. We are seeking highly self-motivated applicants with strong experimental attitude to apply for this position. Key Responsibilities and research objectives There is a growing interest in developing cryogenic devices for quantum technologies, so to overcome a number of limitations the community is facing in the quest for an efficient quantum processor. Site-controlled quantum dots (QDs) are excellent candidates for the mission, while facing challenges of their own. The EPN group is world leading the effort to establish advanced site-controlled QD technology, aiming at photonic mode control and enhancement (e.g. tailored cavities and/or waveguiding system), quantum light quality and entanglement in it various expressions (e.g. biexciton-exciton cascade, cluster states etc..). Recent results on the unique system developed at Tyndall were featured in major reviews, such as Nature Photonics (e.g. Gediminas Juska, et al. “Towards quantum dot based arrays of entangled photon emitters”, Nature Photonics 7, 527 (2013); T. H. Chung, et al. “Selective carrier injection into patterned arrays of pyramidal quantum dots for entangled photon light-emitting diodes”, Nature Photonics 10, 782 (2016)). Similarly, EPN has been at the forefront of growth understanding and modelling, see e.g.: V. Dimastrodonato, E. Pelucchi, and D. D. Vvedensky. "Self-limiting evolution of seeded quantum wires and dots on patterned substrates." Physical Review Letters 108.25 (2012): 256102; A. M. Gocalinska et al.,” Early stages of InP nanostructure formation on AlInAs”, Phys Rev. B 101, 165310 (2020) and E. E. Mura, et al., “Importance of Overcoming MOVPE Surface Evolution Instabilities for >1.3 μm Metamorphic Lasers on GaAs”, Cryst. Growth Des. 2021, 21, 4, 2068–2075 The main focus of this position will be on two fronts: on one side participate to the quantum optic challenges of the developed QD based structures, by advancing photon correlation spectroscopy, dual resonant pumping, and, generally, methods for selectively address specific and unusual quantum dot resonances and their potential exploitation in quantum processing schemes. On the other hand, a strong effort will be put in developing quantum dot devices (e.g. cavities, photonic integration, especially with the QD category generally called as “small pitch” dots) suitable for the exploitation of quantum processing protocols. The work will include, in collaboration with the rest of the team, running the quantum optics laboratory, cleanroom processing and structural characterization techniques, such as AFM at various degrees depending on project developments. The PhD candidate is also expected to collaborate intensively with the rest of the EPN group on other subjects close to the PhD topics. Other responsibilities An annual student stipend of €18,500 applies for this successful candidate for this position. In addition, yearly University academic fees will paid by the Tyndall National Institute. Informal enquiries concerning these positions can be made to Dr. Emanuele Pelucchi (emanuele.pelucchi@tyndall.ie).

27 days agoFull-timeTemporary

Phd In Sustainable/reconfigurable IOT

University CollegeCork€18,500 per year

BOF-85 PhD in Sustainable/Reconfigurable IOT Contract: Full Time/Fixed Term Role Description The Tyndall National Institute and the Computer Science Department in University College Cork are world leaders in the development of Smart Wireless Sensing systems for use in the body, on the body and around the body. Working closely with a global range of academic, business and clinical partners, our technology is under evaluation by several multinational corporations and is approaching market readiness in a number of areas As part of the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre CONNECT (https://www.sfi.ie/sfi-research-centres/connect/), The Wireless Sensor Networks group at the Tyndall National Institute, in conjunction with the Computer Science department in University College Cork is currently advertising for the position of Postgraduate Student in Sustainable & Reconfigurable systems for the Internet of Things (PHD Studentship) Motivation : The number of deployed Internet of Things (IoT) connected devices is increasing rapidly, having reached ca. 15 billion (Statista.com) to date. Deploying billions of battery-powered devices for specific applications is neither environmentally nor economically sustainable. The long-term viability of large-scale IoT deployments in diverse (and often demanding) environments requires these systems to have the capability to be reconfigured, at the node level as well as at the network level, to remain useful and secure over time while their use changes. Their resource constrained nature (in terms of energy and processing capability) can be a limiting factor in their re-purposing to maintain the quality of sensed data, resulting in significant maintenance and cost of ownership to ensure that nodes operate to specified requirements. To make IoT devices and their applications more sustainable, a range of technical challenges need to be solved, ranging from autonomous power mechanisms through energy harvesting, flexible, reconfigurable sensing, automatically updating of software functions, and updating connectivity solutions through technologies such as software defined radio and networks. The successful applicant will work on the development of integrated hardware and software codesigned systems to address the research challenges associated with reconfigurable systems for the Internet of things. The successful applicant will carry out their research project within this team which has expertise in Networking, microsystems technology, wireless sensors, electronics and low-power system hardware and software co-design. Activities will include applied domain focused research in to reconfigurable IoT smart sensing research including literature reviews, hypothesis development and identification of novelty associated with the development of peer reviewed publications commensurate with a PHD thesis. The candidate will be expected to write scientific publications associated with their work and travel to international conferences, workshops, industry meetings, proposal project meetings. This will help to strategically position Tyndall WSN as a world-leading industry-focused applied research group in the area of smart system development for sustainable IOT. All reasonable travel costs will be funded by the research project. The postgraduate activities will focus on the development of a resource constrained, reconfigurable, edge computing oriented sensing and communication systems for deployment in sustainable IOT testbeds. Key Responsibilities Interviews will be conducted as soon as suitable candidates are identified. The successful candidate will be expected to commence in Q2 2022. This is a 4 year fully funded PhD position in conjunction with the Sfi Centre CONNECT. CONNECT CONNECT is the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Future Networks and Communications. Its mission is to research and develop innovative solutions for the communications challenges facing society today. The Internet of Things, 5G/6G networks and future communications services are the Centre’s main areas of focus. Over 300 CONNECT researchers across 10 Higher Education Institutes are supported by €90 million of funding from the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centres Programme, the European Regional Development Fund and industry partners. Sustainable IOT Research in CONNECT: Scalable integrated energy harvesting, storage, and power management, for sustainable IoT edge networks. Low-power IoT platforms based on reconfigurable, software-defined sensing, computation, and communications to support long-term network operation. New security and resiliency mechanisms. An annual student stipend of €18,500 applies for the successful candidate of this position. Yearly University academic fees at the EU PhD rate will be paid by the Tyndall National Institute. Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Brendan O’Flynn at brendan.oflynn @tyndall.ie and, Dirk Pesch at dirk.pesch@ucc.ie .

27 days agoFull-timeTemporary

Post-doctoral Researcher, School Of Chemistry

University CollegeCork€39,130 per year

1.5 year, fixed-term, whole-time post Position Summary Applications are invited for a position of Post-Doctoral Researcher on Irish Research Council Advanced Laureate project ‘Photonic Material Circuitry for Probing Electrochemical Energy Storage Mechanisms and Battery Cell Performance’. Longer-life and faster charging Li-ion batteries are necessary for power-hungry consumer electronics, wearables, and for fuelling the surge in longer-range electric vehicles. Discovering new materials and being able to diagnose battery performance in real-time will be key to building batter batteries. Doing this usually requires advanced techniques at dedicated facilities, but this project will develop real-time battery material monitoring in any laboratory using operando electrochemical spectroscopy of photonic crystal electrodes. The new science is possible for any material once fashioned into a porous structure in the form of photonic crystals, which reflect different colours depending on the form of, and changes to, their porosity under charging and discharging conditions in battery cells. Battery materials made this way will distinguish the voltage, material chemistry, remaining capacity, cycle health and state-of-charge by analysing its colour change using electrochemical spectroscopy. Currently 1 postdoctoral fellow and 2 PhD students conduct research on this topic dedicated to the IRC Laureate project, in collaboration with group members on other battery and energy storage materials-related projects within the group. The primary aim of this position is further co-develop the technique using a range of operando cells from suppliers, and systems developed in-house in the optics lab with a focused fundamental research ethos/blue-sky thinking to create exciting knowledge and publications to marry photonics and optics to key open questions in important battery materials and some of their processes in real-time. Post Duration: 1.5 years Salary : €39,130 - € 46,442 p.a. (IUA Salary Scale) Project Title: Photonic Material Circuitry for Probing Electrochemical Energy Storage Mechanisms and Battery Cell Performance For an information package including further details of the post see https://ore.ucc.ie/. Job ID: 52751 Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Professor Colm O’Dwyer, Professor in Chemical Energy and 3rd Vice-President, The Electrochemical Society (ECS), Email: c.odwyer@ucc.ie, Telephone: +353 (0)21 4902732.

27 days agoTemporary
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