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Chef

Douglas Nursing HomeDouglas, Cork€20 - €21 per hour

Chef Required We are looking for a fluent English-speaking chef to join our team. Somone with the skills to prepare menus daily for the residents of our friendly Nursing & Retirement Home.  We are looking for someone who works to the highest standards, is knowledgeable of all levels of HACCP and has experience in managing a vibrant, busy kitchen.  Previous Nursing Home experience would be beneficial, but not necessary. Requirements Culinary Expertise including specialised dietary requirements. A recognized qualification in Culinary Arts Leaderships skills with ability to manage and inspire a team. Good Attention to Detail regarding food preparation and presentation. Excellent Organizational Skills and the ability to work well under pressure and meet deadlines. Great Communication skills, capable of interacting with all personnel in the Nursing Home, Residents, staff, management, and visitors. Contract for 39 hours per week over 7 days.  Competitive Salary, Free Parking and Paid Holidays Hourly Rate €20 - €21 per hour

1 day agoFull-time

Stairlift Installer

Cork StairliftsCity Centre, Cork€30,000 per year

Cork Stairlifts are expanding their business in Ballinlough and have a full-time vacancy for a Stairlift Installer. No experience required as full training will be given. Full clean driving license necessary. Candidates must have an excellent level of English and a caring attitude. Technical, mechanical or electrical experience an advantage. Benefits: Job Type: Full-time Salary: Dependant on experience

1 day agoFull-time

Electrician

Brightspark ElectricalCork€50,000 - €55,000 per year

Electrician needed full time. Company Van and fuel card provided. Good rates paid. Candidate must have Irish qualifications.

5 days agoFull-time

Retail / Sales Assistants

Army Surplus WarehouseMidleton, County Cork

Army Surplus Warehouse, a busy Retail Outlet based in Midleton, Co. Cork are looking for Retail / Sales Assistants - Full & Part-time positions available Monday to Friday. Candidate requirements: Click Apply Now to submit your CV and cover note today!

5 days agoFull-timePart-time

Domestic Assistant

Douglas Nursing HomeCork€13.20 per hour

Title: Experienced Domestic Assistant Location: Douglas Nursing Home, Cork Experienced Domestic Assistant required to work in busy Nursing Home 35 hours per week. All candidates must be eligible to work in Ireland and be available to work from 8am to 5pm daily, including weekends. This position is not suitable for students of anyone without previous commercial cleaning experience. Hourly Rate is €13.20 Please click the APPLY NOW button to upload your CV. Don't have a current CV? Click HERE to view the JobAlert.ie CV templates.

9 days agoFull-time

Apprenticeship Opportunity - HGV Mechanic

O Donovan Transport Cork LtdCarrigtwohill, County Cork

First Year Apprentice Vacancy We have a vacancy for a 1st year apprentice to join our maintenance team and complete a HGV apprenticeship in conjunction with SOLAS. No experience necessary, full training provided. Duties will include : PLEASE HIT THE APPLY NOW BUTTON TO UPLOAD YOUR CV. Don't have a current CV? Click HERE to view the JobAlert.ie CV templates

11 days agoFull-timePermanent

Motor Mechanics

Applus Inspection Services Ireland LimitedNationwide€40,000 - €46,000 per year

Job Description: Applus Ireland run the National Car Testing (MOT) Service in Ireland under contract from the Irish government. Applus is an international Company employing over 20,000 people worldwide. We are now recruiting for permanent full-time qualified Mechanics on different shifts nationwide, apply here https://www.ncts.ie/1142/ Three weeks of initial certification training is provided, and then annual training, induction and qualification training will commence on Tuesday 6 th May 2024. Great opportunities for promotion to Team Lead and Manager positions, all recruited internally. Interviews will be by way of virtual video/telephone calls and face-to-face interview. We require the following: 1. EU/EAA work permit 2. QQI Level 6 or 5, City & Guilds, IMI, Level 3 or higher motor mechanic qualification 3. At least 1 years post qualification experience as a mechanic 4. Full EU driving licence (UK licence can be transferred) 5. Good verbal and written English Benefits: Applus Car Testing Service is proud to be an Equal Opportunities Employer Salary: €40,000 - €46,000 per year Apply here https://www.ncts.ie/1142/ CLICK THE APPLY BUTTON TO UPLOAD YOUR CV

30+ days agoFull-timePermanent

Defence Forces Cadetships 2024

The Defence ForcesNationwide

The Defence Forces Cadetship will prepare individuals morally, mentally and physically for their role as leaders in the Defence Forces whilst instilling the organisations values of respect, loyalty, selflessness, physical courage, moral courage and integrity into students. Applications are now open for Army, Air Corps and Naval Service Cadetships 2024, please see below for the various entry streams within each of the three services.  Candidates must be 18 years of age or above and under 39 years of age on the 5th May 2024. Closing date for Cadetship applications is Sunday 5th May 2024 at 2359hrs CONDITIONS GOVERNING THE AWARD OF CADETSHIPS IN THE PERMANENT DEFENCE FORCE 1. GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS To qualify for the award of a Cadetship, a candidate shall: a. at the time of application be- (i) a citizen of the State, or be any other person who has a lawful entitlement to reside and work within the State for the period of enlistment required for the course of training as a cadet and, if subsequently commissioned as an officer, for the additional period of time that is required for the purpose of any such appointment. (ii) Be of good character and satisfy any security clearance requirement. b. Be 18 years of age or above and under 39 years of age on the closing date for applications, i.e. 5th May 2024. 2. MINIMUM EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (a) Army (Line) School Leaver/Non-Graduate Candidates Must possess a minimum of Grade H5 in 3 Higher Level papers, and, Grade O6 in 3 Ordinary Level papers or Grade H7 in 3 Higher level papers. Candidates must have obtained these grades in a single sitting of the Leaving Certificate examination for CAO computation purposes. AND A candidate’s educational qualifications must include a minimum of Grade 06 at Ordinary Level or Grade H7 at Higher Level in the following subjects: (i) Mathematics. (ii) Irish. NUI matriculation exemptions apply. (iii) English. Candidates whose first language is not English must satisfy the English language requirements in accordance with NUI Matriculations Regulations (iv) Third language accepted for NUI Matriculation Registration purposes. NUI matriculations exemptions apply. Subject to meeting the criteria to have obtained a minimum of Grade H5 in 3 Higher Level papers, and, Grade O6 in 3 Ordinary Level papers or Grade H7 in 3 Higher level papers, a candidate may use the results of another sitting of the Leaving Certificate for the minimum educational requirements in (i) to (iv) above. Graduate Candidates must have successfully completed a Bachelor Degree programme at Level 8 of the National Framework of Qualifications. (b) Army (Equitation School) School Leaver/Non-Graduate Candidates Must possess a minimum of Grade H5 in 3 Higher Level papers, and, Grade O6 in 3 Ordinary Level papers or Grade H7 in 3 Higher level papers. Candidates must have obtained these grades in a single sitting of the Leaving Certificate examination for CAO computation purposes. AND A candidate’s educational qualifications must include a minimum of Grade 06 at Ordinary Level or H7 at Higher Level in the following subjects: (i) Mathematics. (ii) Irish. NUI matriculation exemptions apply. (iii) English. Candidates whose first language is not English must satisfy the English language requirements in accordance with NUI Matriculations Regulations. Subject to meeting the criteria to have obtained a minimum of Grade H5 in 3 Higher Level papers ,and, Grade O6 in 3 Ordinary Level papers or Grade H7 in 3 Higher level papers, a candidate may use the results of another sitting of the Leaving Certificate for the minimum educational requirements in (i) to (iii) above. Graduate Candidates must have successfully completed a Bachelor Degree programme at Level 8 of the National Framework of Qualifications. (c) Army (Engineer Corps) Graduate Candidates must have successfully completed: a. a Bachelor Degree programme at Level 8 or 9 of the National Framework of Qualifications in either Engineering, Architecture, or other Building Construction related discipline, accredited for membership by Engineers Ireland, Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland or other relevant professional body, OR b. a professional qualification equivalent to one of the foregoing awarded by the relevant professional body. Where an applicant has a Level 8 or higher NFQ qualification not specified above, they may seek a determination that the qualification meets the requirements subject to submitting suitable evidence of equivalence to Defence Forces Recruitment Section, Defence Forces Headquarters, Department of Defence, Station Road, Newbridge, W12 AD93, for the Director of Engineering’s determination. (d) Army (Ordnance Corps) Graduate Candidates must have successfully completed one of the following Bachelor Degree programmes at Level 8, of the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ): Bachelor of Science, Physics and/or Chemistry, or Bachelor of Engineering, Mechanical, Electrical or Electronic Engineering, or Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Engineering, Optical Electronics or MechElectronics Where an applicant has a Level 8 or higher NFQ qualification not specified above, they may seek a determination that the qualification meets the requirements subject to submitting suitable evidence of equivalence to Defence Forces Recruitment Section, Defence Forces Headquarters, Department of Defence, Station Road, Newbridge, Co. Kildare, W12 AD93, for the Director of Ordnance’s determination. 3. MEDICAL AND PHYSICAL STANDARDS Candidates must be in good mental and bodily health and free from any physical defect, abnormality, physiological condition or history of serious illness likely to interfere with the efficient performance of their duties. The following are the minimum physical requirements: a. Height A candidates’ height will be determined at the Medical Examination – see Para. 8. Weight and chest measurements must be in keeping with height and age. Min. height: 157.48cm. Note: BMI will be determined at Stage 2, the Assessment Phase of the competition b. Vision Colour vision must be normal. Both eyes must be free from disfiguring or incapacitating abnormality and free from acute or chronic disease. There must be no evidence of squint or latent squint. The eligibility of applicants who have had previous incisional or laser treatment to correct visual acuity will be determined at the Medical Examination. Please see Annex C for further information. Vision must be not be less than 6/18 in each eye, corrected to not less than 6/6 in one eye and 6/9 in the other. c. Dental Candidates must be free from any serious periodontal disease and possess teeth to a specific standard, which is not less than the equivalent of eleven over eleven natural teeth functionally opposed. In certain circumstances, artificial teeth may be acceptable. d. Hearing A good standard of unaided hearing is essential. Candidates will be required to undergo an audiometric test at which: (1) The sum of the hearing threshold at 1,2,3, 4 and 6 kHz should not exceed the age and gender related warning levels contained in the "Guidelines on Hearing Checks and Audiometry Regulations 2007", issued by the Health and Safety Authority. (2) Candidates under 25 years of age must be able to hear all measured pure tones up to and including 8 kHz at 20dB in each ear. Candidates aged 25 and older must be able to hear all measured pure tones up to and including 8 kHz at 25dB in each ear. Candidates must also be free from acute or chronic ear disorders. Candidates are advised to avoid all sources of loud noise or music for a period of 48 hours prior to this audiometric test, as exposure to such noise may adversely affect the results of the test. N.B. Candidates must satisfy these various medical and physical standards and requirements in order to remain in the Competition. In addition, successful Candidates will be required to undertake compulsory random drug testing throughout their career in the Defence Force in accordance with Defence Force Regulation A7. Stage 1 – Online Psychometric Testing Stage 1 of the selection procedure involves tests that measure a range of skills and qualities that are necessary in the job. These tests provide a consistent and suitable way of screening candidates at the initial stage of the selection campaign. These tests are designed to identify the most suitable people to go forward to the next stage of the Cadetship Competition. The tests have been designed so that they are fair to all applicants and are objectively scored. Candidates will be required to complete an unsupervised psychometric test online. Candidates will be supplied with psychometric test familiarisation material in order to introduce them to the format of the tests. Candidates will be required to complete the unsupervised online psychometric test within the timeframe specified by the Defence Force. Candidates should pay particular attention to ensuring that the contact details specified on their application are correct. Candidates who have attained the requisite score in the unsupervised online psychometric test, at Stage 1 will be required to attend for a subsequent supervised online psychometric test at Stage 2. Note: If a candidate fails to meet the minimum standard at Stage 1, they will not be permitted to proceed to the next stage of the competition. Stage 2 – The Assessment Phase Army, Army (Equitation School), Army (Engineer Corps) and Army (Ordnance Corps) candidates who have attained the requisite score at Stage 1 of the competition, will be required to attend at the Defence Force Training Centre, Curragh, Co. Kildare, for the Assessment Phase (possible overnight duration) of the Competition. The Assessment Phase will consist of the following: Physical Fitness Test: In order to qualify for a Cadetship, candidates will be required to pass a physical fitness test, which is designed to assess their potential to undergo the rigours of military training. Candidates must attain the standard laid down in order to proceed in the competition. A candidate must complete this test as part of their cadetship application; this test is not valid for any other Cadetship applications or other Defence Force competitions. (See Annex ‘D’ for details of the test and suggested training programme). Supervised online Psychometric Test. If a candidate’s performance at a supervised test is outside the expected scoring range from their unsupervised test at Stage 1, they may be excluded from subsequent stages of the selection process. Group Assessment: Candidates will be required to participate in a group assessment. Realistic Job Preview: This involves a familiarisation visit to the Cadet School at the Military College, Curragh, Co. Kildare and informal interaction with instructional staff and Cadets All components will be conducted on the one occasion. Note: If a candidate fails to meet the required standard at the Assessment phase, they will not be permitted to proceed to the next stage of the competition. Online Personality Questionnaire. Candidates who have attained the requisite score at Stage 2 of the competition will be sent an online personality questionnaire to be completed within the timeframe specified by the Defence Force prior to attending for interview. Note: In addition to the above, candidates for Cadetships in the Army Equitation School will be required to undergo and pass a practical equestrian test before attending for Stage 3 - The Interview. If a candidate fails to meet minimum standards of equestrian test, they will not be permitted to proceed to the next stage of the competition. This is a scored test standardised to the ‘Showjumping Ireland National 5 Bar Assessment’ for young riders. The applicant’s score will form part of their overall score in the cadetship competition. Stage 3 - The Interview Successful candidates will be invited to the Cadet School, Military College, Defence Forces Training Centre, Curragh Camp, Co. Kildare to attend a competency based interview, where they will be required to demonstrate competency in a selection of the following areas: • Planning and Organising • Decision Making and Problem Solving • Working with Others • Communication • Leadership and Supervising • Personal Motivation and Discipline • Resilience • Information Handling In the competency based interview, candidates will be asked to give examples from their own experiences of life, school, university, hobbies, work, pastimes etc., to demonstrate evidence in several of the above areas. Candidates who fail any of the competencies at Interview will be deemed unsuccessful in the competition. Feedback is available upon request. All requests for feedback must be received within 3 months of issuance of the individuals result.

3 hours agoFull-time

Store Representative

HILTICork

WHAT'S THE ROLE? We are seeking an exceptional face to face sales representative to join our supportive and dynamic team in our established and busy Hilti Store. We are experiencing exciting growth in the business to ensure we can give the best possible service to our customers and the industry. There is no better time to join us!This face to face sales role is an opportunity to join an award winning multi-national and to lay the foundations of a highly successful and dynamic career. You will work Monday to Friday only and be responsible for a very consultative sales approach, maximising sales opportunities and being responsible for careful stock control. You will work closely with the field-based sales team, our tool repair workshops and our Customer and Credit Services teams in order to provide our customers with outstanding service and deliver great results. WHO IS HILTI? If you’re new to the industry, you might not have heard of us. We provide leading-edge tools, technologies, software and services for the global construction sector. We have a proud heritage, built over 75 years, and a worldwide reputation for pioneering products and exceptional service. With 30,000 people in more than 120 countries, which we’re looking to expand, we’re a great place for you to show us your worth, step up to new challenges and grow your career. WHAT DOES THE ROLE INVOLVE? The purpose of the role is to promote the Hilti image, sell Hilti products and services, consult with customers and prospects in a Hilti Store. The role involves managing inventory, sales records, administrative functions, order information, maintaining the customer database and dealing directly with walk-in customers and local team members on a daily basis. The job holder needs to ensure total customer satisfaction and the promotion of the Hilti brand through successful operation and sales. WHAT DO WE OFFER? Show us what you’re made of and we’ll offer you opportunities to move around the business – to work abroad, experience different job functions and tackle different markets. It’s a great way to find the right match for your ambitions and achieve the exciting career you’re after. WHAT YOU NEED IS: WHO SHOULD APPLY? We have an excellent mix of people and some of our best account managers joined us with no experience. So, if you’ve never worked in sales or construction, that’s fine with us. Success at Hilti is down to teamwork and ability, no matter what your background.

12 hours agoFull-time

Executive Librarian

Cork County CouncilCork€53,345 - €65,172 per year

SECTION 1: THE ROLE The Cork County Library service has 25 branches and 4 mobile libraries throughout the county. This library service provides the community with a comprehensive range of material for information, study, and recreation. Ultimately user-friendly, it is there to inform, entertain, and educate. Applications are currently being sought from suitably qualified persons who wish to be considered for inclusion on a panel from which vacancies for Executive Librarian may be filled. SECTION 2: DUTIES The Executive Librarian is a professional frontline management position in Cork County Council and is assigned responsibility for the management of a public library or section within Cork County Library Service. He/She will be responsible for the management and development of library services, staff, resources and buildings and will report to the Senior Executive Librarian/ County Librarian and/or management team. 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: 1. General branch or other library service sections management and development; 2. Be able to lead and manage a team effectively; 3. Provide access to information; circulation control; collection development and user education; 4. Assist in the development of library policies; development programmes, plans and strategies; 5. Management of information systems and services; 6. Organising and promoting events including use of social media; 7. Prepare and manage budgets including cash management; 8. Have good knowledge and awareness of Health and Safety Legislation and Regulations, the implications for the organisation and the employee, and their application in the workplace 9. Any other duties which may be assigned from time to time. 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. On the latest date for receipt of completed application forms for the office: Each candidate must, on the latest date for receipt of completed application forms: (i) hold a degree (level 8 on the National Framework of Qualifications) in the area of Library and Information Studies,* (ii) have satisfactory experience of library work. *(or post graduate Diploma in the area of Library and Information Studies) 4. 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. 5. Transport Holders of the office shall hold a full driving licence for Class B Vehicles and when required to do so, shall drive a motor car in the course of their duties and for this purpose the council may choose to provide a work vehicle to the successful candidate for transport purposes. 6. Required Skillset In the context of the key duties and responsibilities for the post of Executive Librarian listed above, the ideal candidate will demonstrate the following knowledge, experience, skills and competencies; • Ability to lead and manage a team effectively to achieve a common goal, ensuring strong governance standards and ethics standards are adhered to and maintained; Ability to manage deadlines and experience of prioritising tasks; • Excellent IT skills, including an understanding of the role of digital technologies in the delivery of library services, social media services and promotion; • Knowledge and understanding of the functions of a local authority and the library service including a strong understanding of the role of Executive Librarian and an awareness of current issues and strategic direction of library services; • Capable of working closely with other Council Departments and with outside agencies; • Demonstrate relevant administrative experience at a sufficiently high level; • A career record that demonstrates an ability to manage and supervise staff; • Understand the changing environment in which Cork County Council operates and be capable of adapting to change to deliver quality services to our citizens; • Strong customer service ethos and sense of commitment to delivering a quality public service; • Ability to motivate, empower and encourage staff under his/her control to achieve maximum performance; • strong interpersonal and communications skills; • Be self-motivated with ability to work on own initiative; • Ability to prepare and manage budgets; • Good knowledge and awareness of Health and Safety Legislation and Regulations, the implications for the organisation and the employee, and their application in the workplace; • Understand the role and duties of managers in safety management in the workplace. SECTION 4: COMPETENCIES A Competency Based Application form requires you to describe some of your personal achievements to date that demonstrate certain competencies (necessary skills and qualities) required for the position for which you are applying. For each competency, you are given a description of a skill or quality. You are then asked to describe a situation, from your own experience, which you think is the best example of what YOU have done which demonstrates this skill or quality. It is essential that you describe how you demonstrated the skill or quality in question. Therefore, compose your replies carefully in this section and try to structure what you write so that you give specific information about what you have done - for example, do not simply say that “X was successful”, describe exactly what you did and how you demonstrated the skill or quality in question.For each example, please include the following: a) the nature of the task, problem or objective; b) what you actually did and how you demonstrated the skill or quality (and, where appropriate, the date you demonstrated it) c) the outcome or result of the situation and your estimate of the proportion of credit you can claim for the outcome. The information you present in your application may form part of a shortlisting process and may also be used to help structure your interview, should you be invited to one. A shortlisting process may be applied based on TWO or more of the competencies and on other information you provide in your application form. Please note that, should you be called to interview, the board may look for additional examples of where you demonstrated the Knowledge, Experience, Skills and Competencies required for this post, so you should think of a number of examples of where you demonstrated each of the skills Specialist Knowledge, Expertise and Self Development • Has a clear understanding of the roles, objectives and targets of self and team and how they fit into the work of the unit and Department/Organisation and effectively communicates this to others. • Has high levels of expertise and broad Public Sector knowledge relevant to his/her area of work. • Focuses on self development, striving to improve performance. • Is proactive in keeping up to date on issues and key developments that may impact on own area, the Department and/or wider public service. • Consistently reviews own performance and sets self challenging goals and targets. • Demonstrates the required specialist knowledge for the role and an understanding of the structures within which the library service operates. Interpersonal & Communication Skills • Builds and maintains contact with colleagues and other stakeholders to assist in performing role • Acts as an effective link between staff and senior management • Encourages open and constructive discussions around work issues. • Projects conviction, gaining buy-in by outlining relevant information and selling benefits. • Treats others with diplomacy, tact, courtesy and respect, even in challenging circumstances. • Presents information clearly, concisely and confidently when speaking and in writing. • Collaborates and supports colleagues to achieve organisational goals. Management & Delivery of Results • Takes responsibility and is accountable for the delivery of agreed objectives. • Successfully manages a range of different projects and work activities at the same time. • Structures and organises their own work and others work effectively. • Is logical and pragmatic in approach, delivering the best possible results with the resources available. • Delegates work effectively, providing clear information and evidence as to what is required. • Proactively identifies areas for improvement and develops practical suggestions for their implementation. • Demonstrates enthusiasm for new developments/changing work practices and strives to implement these changes effectively. • Applies appropriate systems/processes to enable quality checking of all activities and outputs. • Practices and promotes a strong focus on delivering high quality customer service, for internal and external customers. Judgement, Analysis & Decision Making • Gathers and analyses information from relevant sources, whether financial, numerical or otherwise weighing up a range of critical factors. • Takes account of broader issues, agendas, sensitivities and related implications when making decisions. • Uses previous knowledge and experience in order to guide decisions. • Uses judgement to make sound decisions with a well reasoned rationale and stands by these. • Puts forward solutions to address problems. SECTION 5: TENURE The position is permanent and fulltime. The post is pensionable. A panel may be formed to fill this position and any vacancies for Executive Librarian which may arise during the lifetime of the panel. SECTION 6: SALARY The Salary for the post is: €53,345- €65,172 basic per annum €53,345 - €54,618 - €56,168 - €59,086 - €60,828 (Maximum); - €62,994 - (1st LSI) (after 3 years satisfactory service on the Maximum) - €65,172 (2nd LSI) (after 3 years satisfactory service on the 1st LSI). Entry point to this scale will be determined in accordance with Circulars issued by theDepartment of Housing, Planning and Local Government. In accordance with Departmental Circular letter EL 02/2011, a person who is not a serving local authority employee on or after 1st January 2011, will enter the scale for the position at a minimum point. Rate of remuneration may be adjusted from time to time in line with Government Policy. SECTION 7: LOCATION OF POST The base for working purposes shall be the location as determined by Cork County Council. Cork County Council reserves the right to assign you to any department,premises or district in use by the Council, now or in the future. Changes in location of employment will not result in payment of disturbance money or compensation. Holders of the office shall reside in the district in which their duties are to be performed or within a reasonable distance thereof. SECTION 8: WORKING HOURS The successful candidate will be required to work 35 hours per week (5-day week) as required by the particular post. Currently this may be either Monday to Friday or Tuesday to Saturday but is subject to change. All hours worked will be subject to the provisions of the organisation of Working Time Act 1997 and Organisation of Working Time Act (Regulations) 2001. The successful candidate will be required to work hours outside of normal working hours as required by his/her immediate Supervisor

12 hours agoFull-timePermanent
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