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Team Leader

Costa CoffeeCork

Costa Coffee requires a Team Leader for our store in Kinsale Road. At Costa Coffee we are as passionate about our people as we are our great coffee! Being a part of our team gives you the chance to learn new skills in coffee excellence whilst letting your personality shine through. As a Costa Barista you receive full training in delivering every customer with an unbeatable coffee experience, through great customer service and great coffee. Are you: -

9 days agoFull-timePermanent

Director Of Midwifery, Assistant, University Maternity Hospital

HSE South WestCork

Cork University Maternity Hospital (CUMH) is a 150 bedded Tertiary Referral Centre for Maternity, Neonatology and Gynaecology located on the campus of Cork University Hospital. CUMH incorporates the Obstetrics, Gynaecology, and Neonatology Services in the Cork University Hospital Group within the Health Service Executive Southern region. CUMH has approximately 7,000 births per annum and is a tertiary referral centre. Services at CUMH are delivered within Ireland South Women’s and Infants Directorate in the SSWHG which is based on the principles of partnership and integration and strongly supports the involvement of the multidisciplinary team in service provision. There are four Maternity Units in the SSWHG-Ireland South Women and Infants Directorate – University Hospital Waterford, University Hospital Kerry, Cork University Maternity Hospital and Tipperary University Hospital - spanning four of the largest counties in the country. Maternity Services includes Neonatology and Gynaecology as well as Midwifery and Obstetrics. The Group’s Primary Academic partner is University College Cork. A wide range of educational programmes and research is conducted within all hospitals in the Group. Purpose of Post The Director of Midwifery, Assistant (Operational/Night Superintendent) is a part of the senior nursing/midwifery management team and is expected to function within the wider hospital management context on both night and day duty. The post holder will have a lead role in the clinical governance of Maternity services in defined service areas. This will include; contributing to the development of key process and outcome standards and objectives, the development of key performance indicators and monitoring of same, taking a lead in quality assurance programmes. To this end the post holder will be expected to influence and lead on identified clinical and non-clinical programmes as defined by the Director of Midwifery. The Director of Midwifery, Assistant (Operational/Night Superintendent) is responsible for the delivery of care and the management of the entire hospital at night. Informal Enquiries Katie Bourke, Director of Midwifery Email: katie.bourke@hse.ie Tel: 086 - 8231188

9 days ago

Regional Manager

Cope FoundationCork

Regional Manager – Person Centred Services and Supports 1 - Temporary Fixed Term Position Salary: €55,849, €57,213, €58,807, €60,407, €62,012, €63,446, €64,906, €66,326, €67,737, €70, 165, €72,606 LSIs We are looking for creative, innovative, flexible leader to join our team as we work towards a more inclusive society for people with disabilities. Cope Foundation are looking to recruit a Regional Manager – Person Centred Services and Supports on a temporary basis , reporting directly to the Chief Operations Officer. The successful candidate will be a suitably experienced manager who will support the Chief Operations Officer in the day to day delivery of Cope Foundation’s person-centred services and supports. Cope Foundation is one of the largest providers of services and supports to people with intellectual disabilities and/or autism in Ireland. We are on a journey of transformation and change towards person led, rights based, individualised supports within communities right across Cork city and County. The Regional Manager – Person Centred Services and Supports (PCSS) will be responsible for supporting this work within a complex and developing environment. S/he will support the achievement of Cope Foundation’s vision of providing truly person- centred and inclusive supports and services. Essential Criteria: 1. Have a relevant/ appropriate qualification 2. Have management experience including financial and staff management, in a person focused organisation 3. Have experience of enabling and empowering individuals to live independent and meaningful lives, connected and participating in their own communities 4. Have excellent interpersonal and communication skills to facilitate working with a wide range of individuals and groups 5. Have experience in managing and delivering Health and Social Care Services that are subject to HIQA Regulation 6. Have a track record of building and maintaining key internal and external relationships in the achievement of organisational goals 7. Have proven ability to lead, organise and motivate teams to deliver excellent services and service outcomes 8. Have a full driver’s licence 9. Possess the requisite knowledge and ability (including a high standard of suitability and managerial ability) for the proper discharge of the duties of the role. Informal enquires are welcomed by Eamon Nash, Chief Operations Officer on 086 068 6103. A Job Description and application forms may be obtained by emailing recruit@cope-foundation.ie . Completed application forms must be completed no later than Thursday 27th June 2024. Applicants may be short listed on the basis of their application.A panel may be formed for a 12-month period to fill future temporary full time or part time Regional Manager positions that may arise in Cope Foundation. The Department of Health & Children Consolidated Scales apply. Visit our website www.cope-foundation.ie

9 days agoFull-timePart-time

Assistant Manager

Cork County CouncilCork€49,706 - €59,456 per year

SECTION 1: THE ROLE Reporting to the General Manager, the Assistant Manager will assist in the co-ordination and management of the development and operation of Camden Fort Meagher. The post will combine day-to-day staff and site management duties with supporting the General Manager and interpreting the history of Camden Fort Meagher to the public. This will involve ongoing operational duties; organisational skills and excellent customer care to ensure visitors gain the best possible experience of their visit. The role requires a talented and creative thinker to assist in the leading and management of a varied team in the promotion and continued development of Camden Fort Meagher as an internationally significant multi-use location. He/she will also support the General Manager in the fort’s integration with the broader socio-economic offering of Cork Harbour and environs with key links to the local community in Crosshaven, Cobh, Cork City and other local attractions. The objective is to unlock the story and potential, unique to Cork, that will enable Camden Fort Meagher to maintain and build on its global tourism brand. The Assistant Manager is required to support the collaboration and coordination of the fort’s activities with other council owned and supported attractions in Cork Harbour. The Assistant Manager will contribute to the promotion of all aspects of this exciting Camden Fort Meagher project including assisting with the identification of key partners and the development of critical working relationships. You will be expected to participate in project management, marketing, and communication to achieve ambitious business targets in the tourism sector set by Cork County Council and assist in guiding a varied team in brand development and implementation of global marketing and PR campaigns, all the while building key customer relationships. SECTION 2: DUTIES The duties may include but are not limited to the following and the post holder may be required to perform other duties as appropriate to the post which may be assigned to him/her Assist with the day-to-day management, supervision, development and deployment of relevant staff and volunteers as appropriate. This includes organising staff rotas, checking timesheets, authorising annual leave, and recording staff absences as well as organising training for all part-time and casual staff, as required, in liaison with the General Manager. 1. Ordering materials and stock, where required. 2. Assist with the recruitment and selection of staff, where required. 3. Manage the operation of the ticket office and gift shop, including all areas of retail sales, stock management and financial controls. 4. Deal with visitor queries, online, via telephone and in person. 5. Undertake front-of-house duties as necessary. 6. Act as Duty Manager for events and deputising for the General Manager including liaising with outside authorities when required to ensure the smooth running of the fort and special events. 7. General premises safety, including building security and the prompt reporting of any defects. 8. Explaining, researching, and interpreting the history of the fort to the public. 9. Ensure the highest standards of customer care are in place at all times to provide an excellent experience for all visitors. 10. Maintain management record for fort operations. 11. Contribute with the development and implementation of proactive communications, international marketing, and PR strategy across a wide customer base in order to promote Camden Fort Meagher and develop a successful brand. 12. Support a collaborative working relationship with the management of other Cork County Council owned attractions to maximise the offering to the harbour visitor. 13. Any other duties that may be assigned. The above specification is not intended to be a comprehensive list of all duties involved and consequently, 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. SECTION 3: ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA / QUALIFICATIONS 1. Character Each candidate must be of good character and the successful applicant will be subject to Garda Vetting prior to any appointment being confirmed. 2. Health Each Candidate must be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service. 3. Education, Training, Experience etc. Each candidate must, on the latest date for receipt of completed application forms - a) Be well educated. A recognised degree or equivalent professional qualification in a relevant discipline, such as a post-graduate Management / Tourism or Marketing qualification would be desirable. b) Possess a full driving license and have the use of a vehicle. c) Fluency in a second / foreign language would be an advantage. 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 shall drive a motor car in the course of their duties and for this purpose provide and maintain a car to the satisfaction of the local authority. 6. Required Skillset In the context of the key duties and responsibilities for the post listed above, the ideal candidate will demonstrate the following knowledge, experience, skills and competencies. • Experience in the supervision of staff, developing motivation and commitment, and maintaining sound employee relations. • Ability to delegate work effectively including the correct level of supervision and feedback. • Strong communication and interpersonal skills, with highly developed influencing and engagement skills including issue/conflict resolution. • Excellent organisational skills. • Ability to deliver work and projects on time often under pressure and to tight deadlines. • A high level of customer focus with proven skills and experience in customer and key stakeholder engagement including community and public bodies. • Ability to take responsibility for customer concerns raised and see them through to conclusion. • Ability to proactively develop initiatives to improve customer services. • A high level of personal commitment, with an ability to create a culture of trust and openness where all members of the team will benefit. • Must be able to demonstrate ability for tact, diplomacy, and confidentiality. • Experience of working in retail and/or tourism environment. • Commitment to health and safety. • Experience of using ICT systems including Microsoft Office, Integra and social media. • Ability to work effectively as part of a team and flexibility to use own initiative. • Ability to work evenings, weekends and bank holidays when required. • Experience of working in a historic interpretation environment is preferred but not essential. 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. Leadership Potential • Is flexible and willing to adapt, positively contributing to the implementation of change. • Contributes to the development of policies in own area and the broader Department/Organisation. • Seeks to understand the implications of taking a particular position on issues and how interdependencies need to be addressed in a logical and consistent way. • Maximises the contribution of the team, encouraging ownership, providing support and working effectively with others. • Formulates a perspective on issues considered important and actively contributes across a range of settings. Interpersonal & Communication Skills • Communicates in a fluent, logical, clear and convincing manner verbally and in writing. • Is able to listen effectively and develop a two-way dialogue quickly. • Maintains a strong focus on meeting the needs of internal and external customers. • Effectively influences others to take action. • Works to establish mutual understanding to allow for collaborative working. • Works effectively. Analysis & Decision Making • Is skilled at policy analysis and development, challenging the established wisdom and adopting an open-minded approach. • Quickly gets up to speed in a complex situation, rapidly absorbing all relevant information/date (written and oral). • Uses numerical data skilfully to understand and evaluate business issues. • Identifies key themes and patterns in and across different sources of information, drawing sound and balanced conclusions. • Sees the logical implications of taking a particular position on an issue. • Is resourceful and creative, generating original approaches when solving problems and making decision. Delivery of Results • Assumes personal responsibility for and delivers on agreed objectives/goals. • Manages and progresses multiple projects and work activities successfully. • Accurately estimates time parameters for projects and manages own time efficiently, anticipating obstacles and making contingencies for overcoming these. • Maintains a strong focus on meeting the needs of customers at all times. • Ensures all outputs are delivered to a high standard and in an efficient manner. • Uses resources effectively, at all times challenging processes to improve efficiencies. SECTION 5: TENURE The position is temporary and fulltime. The post is pensionable. A panel may be formed to fill this position and any vacancies for Assistant Manager - Camden Fort Meagher that may arise during the lifetime of the panel. SECTION 6: SALARY The Salary scale for the post is: €49,706 - €59,456 per annum. €49,706 – €51,193 – €52,709 – €54,256 – €55,816 – €57,633 (1st LSI) (after 3 years satisfactory service on the Maximum), €59,456 (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 the Department 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 Camden Fort Meagher, Camden Road, Crosshaven, Co. Cork. Holders of the office shall reside in the district in which their duties are to be performed or within a reasonable distance thereof. 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. The person appointed will be required to provide him/herself at his/her own expense with the necessary mode of travel to and from work. SECTION 8: WORKING HOURS The working hours at present provide for a five-day, thirty-five hour working week. This will include working weekends during the season on a rotational basis with the General Manager on a time off in lieu basis. Hours worked in excess of thirty-five hours will be compensated on a time in lieu basis or other such means as may be necessary from time to time, by agreement with the General Manager – Camden Fort Meagher. SECTION 9: ANNUAL LEAVE The current annual leave entitlement is 30 days per annum. Cork County Council’s leave year runs from 1st January to 31st December. Granting of annual leave, payment for annual leave and arrangements for public holidays will be governed by the provisions of the Organisation of Working Time Act, 1997(as amended).

10 days agoFull-time

Clinical Nurse Manager Paediatric Emergency Department, University Hospital

HSE South WestCork

Details of Service Cork University Hospital (CUH) has approximately 800 beds and this will increase further to 1,000 beds on completion of the transfer of additional services to the CUH campus. CUH currently employs approximately 4,571 (WTE) staff of multiple professions and is the primary teaching hospital for the Faculty of Health and Science in University College Cork (UCC). UCC is the Academic partner of the South/South West Hospital Group. CUH has very strong relationships with each of the six schools within the Science Faculty of UCC and this is a key area for future development to maximise the opportunities for both the service and academia. CUH is a recommended Major Trauma Centre for the Republic of Ireland due to the wide range of specialties delivered by the hospital – including Neurosciences, Cardiac Services, Orthopaedics, General Surgery, Renal, Internal Medicine, Vascular, Ophthalmology, Urology, Plastic Surgery, Maxillary-Facial, Paediatrics, Intensive Care, Oncology, Haematology, Obstetrics, Gynaecology, Neonatology and Emergency Medicine. CUH is the tertiary referral centre for the HSE Southern area, and the supra regional area of Limerick, Clare, Tipperary, Waterford and Kilkenny. CUH therefore acts as a regional centre for secondary and tertiary care for the catchment population of approx. 550,000 served by the HSE Southern area and a supra-regional centre for a total a population of 1.2 million. Purpose of the Post The post of CNM 2 has a pivotal role in service planning, co-ordinating, and managing activity and resources within the clinical area. The main responsibilities are: quality assurance, resource management, staffing and staff development, practice development, facilitating communication and professional / clinical leadership. Emergency Department The Acute Floor currently comprises of the Emergency Department, Acute Medical Assessment Unit and Medical Short Stay Ward. There is a strong focus on safe and compassionate care. The Emergency Department is managed operationally and professionally by the Assistant Directors of Nursing collaborating with the Clinical Nurse Manager 3 in conjunction with the Emergency Department Consultants. The management of the Department is overseen by the Clinical Operations Group (COG). There is a strong emphasis on multidisciplinary team work within the department and throughout the Acute Floor. For many children and their families, the emergency service is the primary contact with the health care system, with the emergency department acting as the ‘front door’ to the hospital. Emergency departments are responsible for the reception, triage, initial assessment, stabilisation and management of children from birth up to 16 years of age. Presentations to the emergency service are varied, with children attending daily with medical, surgical and psychiatric illnesses as well as accidental and non-accidental injuries. Informal Enquiries Siobhan Scanlon Assistant Director of Nursing Email: siobhan.scanlon@hse.ie Mobile: 086 7872209 Norma O’Sullivan, Assistant Director of Nursing Email: norma.osullivan1@hse.ie Mobile: 087 3536411

10 days ago

Clinical Nurse Manager Waste Management University Hospital

HSE South WestCork

Details of Service Cork University Hospital (CUH) has approximately 800 beds and this will increase further to 1,000 beds on completion of the transfer of additional services to the CUH campus. CUH currently employs approximately 3,269 (WTE) staff of multiple professions and is the primary teaching hospital for the Faculty of Health and Science in University College Cork (UCC). UCC is the Academic partner of the South/South West Hospital Group. CUH has very strong relationships with each of the six schools within the Science Faculty of UCC and this is a key area for future development to maximise the opportunities for both the service and academia. CUH is a recommended Major Trauma Centre for the Republic of Ireland due to the wide range of specialties delivered by the hospital – including Neurosciences, Cardiac Services, Orthopaedics, General Surgery, Renal, Internal Medicine, Vascular, Ophthalmology, Urology, Plastic Surgery, Maxillary-Facial, Paediatrics, Intensive Care, Oncology, Haematology, Obstetrics, Gynaecology, Neonatology and Emergency Medicine. CUH is the tertiary referral centre for the HSE Southern area, and the supra regional area of Limerick, Clare, Tipperary, Waterford and Kilkenny. CUH therefore acts as a regional centre for secondary and tertiary care for the catchment population of approx. 550,000 served by the HSE Southern area and a supra-regional centre for a total a population of 1.1 million. Green Flag Status In 2014, CUH Campus became the first healthcare facility in the world to be awarded Green Campus Flag status by An Taisce and the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) for its work in environmental management and sustainable healthcare. This award is in recognition of the commitment of the Executive Management Board in developing CUH as a health care facility that delivers high quality care and improved public health and wellbeing without exhausting natural resources or causing ecological damage. A challenge for the modern day health service is in actively changing the current approach to healthcare in order to stay within these limits. Much progress has been made in the areas of reducing energy consumption, water consumption, clinical waste generation and increasing the level of recycling. The challenge now is to maintain these achievements and work towards implementing further changes to maintain Cork University Hospital’s Green Flag status. Purpose of the Post The post of CNM 2 has a pivotal role in service planning, co-ordinating, and managing activity and resources within the clinical area. The main responsibilities are: quality assurance, resource management, staffing and staff development, practice development, facilitating communication and professional / clinical leadership. Waste Management Healthcare risk waste is any waste that poses a risk due to its potential infectious nature. Dealing with this waste correctly is important for every hospital.The CNM2 Waste Management will work towards the reduction of healthcare risk waste generated in CUH, and to ensure the reduction of CUH waste costs overall. Informal Enquiries Maeve Crudge, Assistant Director of Nursing Maeve.Crudge@hse.ie 087 4575013

10 days ago

Clinical Nurse Manager, Decontamination Officer, University Hospital

HSE South WestCork

Details of Service Cork University Hospital (CUH) has approximately 800 beds and this will increase further to 1,000 beds on completion of the transfer of additional services to the CUH campus. CUH currently employs approximately 3,269 (WTE) staff of multiple professions and is the primary teaching hospital for the Faculty of Health and Science in University College Cork (UCC). UCC is the Academic partner of the South/South West Hospital Group. CUH has very strong relationships with each of the six schools within the Science Faculty of UCC and this is a key area for future development to maximise the opportunities for both the service and academia. CUH is a Major Trauma Centre for the Republic of Ireland due to the wide range of specialties delivered by the hospital – including Neurosciences, Cardiac Services, Orthopaedics, General Surgery, Renal, Internal Medicine, Vascular, Ophthalmology, Urology, Plastic Surgery, Maxillary-Facial, Paediatrics, Intensive Care, Oncology, Haematology, Obstetrics, Gynaecology, Neonatology and Emergency Medicine. CUH is the tertiary referral centre for the HSE Southern area, and the supra regional area of Limerick, Clare, Tipperary, Waterford and Kilkenny. CUH therefore acts as a regional centre for secondary and tertiary care for the catchment population of approx. 550,000 served by the HSE Southern area and a supra-regional centre for a total a population of 1.1 million. Purpose of the Post To provide professional / clinical leadership in the designated area(s) of responsibility. To oversee the management of resources including staffing and staff development. To facilitate communication across the healthcare teams and to promote the values of the organisation. Decontamination Decontamination is the combination of processes (including cleaning, disinfection and sterilisation) used to render RIMD safe for handling by staff and for use on service users. Effective decontamination of RIMD is an essential component in the prevention of healthcare associated infection. The decontamination service in CUH is a high activity discipline. There are 13 Theatres, 4 Endoscopy rooms and a large HSSD department. The HSSD has been recently refitted with 6 new autoclaves. The Endoscopy unit was opened in 2015 and is JAG accredited, with an excess of 7000 procedures undertaken in 2023. The post holder will be responsible for overseeing the quality of decontamination in CUH, ensuring compliance with regulatory standards and adherence to legislative requirements; the development and implementation of policy and procedures; the monitoring of activity; the delivery of agreed levels of service for the designated area(s) including local and National KPIs, and the promotion and audit of evidence-based standards of care. Informal Enquiries Name: Maeve Crudge, Assistant Director of Nursing Email: maeve.crudge@hse.ie Tel: 087 4575013

10 days ago

Spa Head Receptionist

The Maryborough HotelCork

Spa Head Receptionist Are you a well-organized, people-oriented individual with a passion for exceeding guest expectations? Do you have an eye for detail and a love for the wellness industry? If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you! Our award-winning spa is now seeking a dedicated and enthusiastic Head Spa Receptionist to join our dynamic team. Why Join Us? This role is perfect for a therapist looking to shift their career direction or anyone eager to step into a vibrant and rewarding environment. As the Head Receptionist, you'll play a crucial role in ensuring our guests have an unforgettable experience from the moment they walk through our doors. What We Offer: Competitive Salary: Enjoy a competitive pay package reflective of your skills and experience. Exclusive Discounts: Benefit from special discounts on our spa treatments and services. Professional Development: Access ongoing training and development opportunities to further your career. Convenient Parking: Enjoy free staff parking. Perks for Your Loved Ones: Take advantage of room discounts for family and friends. Your Responsibilities: Warm Welcome: Greet guests warmly and handle their queries with precision and courtesy. Efficient Scheduling: Manage appointments in our booking system with exceptional attention to detail. Professional Communication: Answer phone calls, voicemails, and emails promptly and professionally. Outstanding Service: Always provide top-notch customer service and train other receptionists to uphold the same hight standards. Payment Processing: Handle payments accurately and securely. Spa Operations: Oversee the opening and closing of the spa and ensure the cleanliness of the reception area. Team Environment: Foster a courteous and respectful work environment. Collaborate with therapists and spa staff to ensure seamless operations. Inventory Management: Monitor and manage the stock of retail products and supplies at the reception area. Personal Presentation: Maintain high standards of appearance and personal hygiene. Stay Informed: Keep up-to-date with all treatments and promotions on offer. Mentor and support any new staff as needed. Our Ideal Candidate: Qualifications: While a CIBTAC, CIDESCO, or ITEC qualification, and ESPA training are advantageous, they are not essential. Must be computer literate. Experience: Ideally, you have 2+ years of experience in a spa environment and in a front-of-house role or similar. Language Skills: Fluent in English, with excellent verbal and written communication skills. Flexibility: This role includes weekend work with shifts from 8:30am-5:00pm and 12:30pm-9:00pm. If you're passionate about the wellness industry and eager to contribute to our award-winning spa's success, we'd love to hear from you. To apply, please email your CV to toni@maryborough.ie. Join us in creating exceptional experiences and become a part of our exciting and vibrant team!

10 days ago

Pastry Chef

The Maryborough HotelCork

Job Title: Pastry Chef To become a member of our pastry crew we require at least 1 year of previous experience in a similar working environment. Our dedicated pastry section work to the very highest of standards and are looking for a team member who can add creativity, originality, concepts, professionalism and together become a pastry section of excellence reporting to our Executive Chef. The aim of your role will be to provide support and guidance to the pastry section of the kitchen operation. Requirements for Pastry Chef: Inclusion and diversity are key to us. All our team members have the opportunity to thrive with an equal opportunities employer

10 days ago

Spa Therapist

The Maryborough HotelCork

The Maryborough Hotel is now recruiting for a full time Spa Therapist. The Spa Therapists will ensure all treatments are carried out to an exceptional standard and targets are achieved. The ideal candidate will be a dedicated therapist who is passionate about delivering the highest standards of customer care that exceeds the expectations of our guests. This is a fantastic opportunity for a committed, ambitious professional to join our exciting and vibrant team. KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITIES:

10 days agoFull-time
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