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Team Leader

Costa CoffeeCork

Costa Coffee requires a Team Leader for our store in Merchants Quay. 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: -

2 days agoFull-timePermanent

Staff Nurse, Bantry General Hospital

HSE SouthCork

Bantry General Hospital is unique in providing both acute and residential services to the rural population of west cork and south Kerry. The acute hospital provides 24 hour medical service inclusive of Medical assessment unit, Acute medicine, Stroke and Rehab. Our Surgical activity is all day case planned procedures. Our residential HIQA registered unit provides residential, respite, and palliative care services. Purpose of the Post The Staff Nurse will assess, plan, implement and evaluate care to the highest professional and ethical standards within the model of nursing care practiced in the relevant care setting. Immediate Permanent & Specified Purpose vacancies exist in a number of areas within the Hospital including Medicine, Theatre & Endoscopy. Informal Enquiries Please contact the Assistant Director of Nursing, Bantry General Hospital, Bantry, Co. Cork on 027 52993

2 days agoPermanent

Multi-task Attendant

The HSECork€30,869 - €30,869 per year

Purpose of the Post ·        Be responsible for the cleaning of the environment of the hospital. ·        To perform catering duties within wards and departments throughout the hospital. ·        To perform patient care as directed Clinical Nurse Manager / Nurse in Charge. Principal Duties and Responsibilities General Cleaning: ·        Responsible for the general cleaning of the Hospital and areas as identified by the Ward Manager. ·        Ensure the agreed standard of cleanliness and Hygiene are maintained in all areas by using the approved cleaning materials. ·        Use and care of cleaning equipment as trained. ·        Be responsible for the segregation and safe disposable of waste to designated areas. ·        Perform daily or evening cleaning of ward areas, bathrooms, toilets, walls, floors, corridors, beds patient equipment and household and clinical waste bins. ·        Perform daily or evening Deep clean /isolation cleaning of assigned areas by manual cleaning and machine cleaning. ·        Complete Cleaning Checklists as cleaning is carried out. ·        Ensure all cleaning documentation is kept up to date and available for inspection e.g. Ward cleaning checks, Bed cleaning programme, Ensure ward cleaning supplies are used economically and replenished ·        Ensure patient’s property is respected at all times. ·        Report any equipment faults to person in charge. ·     Check and clean specified equipment and ensure instructions are followed during operation and maintenance. ·      To use designated cleaning products with caution, following guidelines appropriate to their use and ensuring all cleaning materials are used economically. Products will be kept in a locked cupboard/ room when not in use. These supplies should be monitored to ensure appropriate stock levels are maintained. ·      Immediate attention to be given to all spillage’s including tea, coffee, water, urine, faeces, vomit etc in order to reduce the risk of accidents. ·      Use of floor scrubber and buffering of designated floor areas on the units. ·      Adherence to Health and Safety Guidelines and the use of Hazard signs. Patient Care: ·         Nursing staff will delegate patient care duties in accordance with their professional judgement and within the competence of the Multi-Task attendant ·         Patients/clients may require assistance in some or all activities of daily living. It is the duty of the nurse to assess, plan, implement and evaluate the care required by the patient. The primary role of the Multi-Task attendant is to assist the nurse in the implementation of the care, as determined by the Registered Nurse. ·        The transporting of patients from the ward and various departments, either in beds, on trolleys, in wheelchairs or walking ·        When necessary to remain with patients in these areas and to assist patients. ·        Communicate any observations on the patients to the nursing staff. ·        Answer patient call bells when nursing staff are busy ·        To assist nursing staff with moving and handling of patients. ·        To assist male/female patients with their personal care, toileting and bathing as requested by the patient or nursing staff. ·        To assist with the preparation of patients for surgery as instructed by the ward manager. ·        Transfer of equipment as required. ·        To be aware of safety issues pertaining to patients and colleagues. ·        To adhere to Infection Control Guidelines ·        To adhere to Hospital Guidelines ·        Participating in the social and activity programmes in the Care of the Elderly setting ·        Refer all queries to the nurse in charge ·        Report any incident or potential incident which may compromise the health and safety of patients, staff or visitors and take appropriate action. ·        Multi Task Attendants should conduct themselves in a manner that conveys respect of the individual and ensures safe patient care, including confidentiality, courtesy, accountability, communication, dignity, privacy, health and safety. Catering Duties: ·        Assist with patient preparation for mealtimes i.e. patient’s are made comfortable and prepare bed table area for tray service. ·        Distribute jugs of water / ice and glasses to the patient’s morning and evening and as required. ·        Distribute, input details and collect menu cards from the patients daily. ·        Assist with increasing awareness of Protected Mealtimes and the National Visitors Guidelines ·        Record patients’ dietary requirements on summary sheet for main kitchen. ·        Ensure that bed tables are cleaned prior to and after food service. ·        Assist patients with feeding at mealtimes in consultation with CMN or Nurse in charge at mealtimes, and monitor food intake. Record/ report as required. ·        Assist with the preparation and presentation of food, make beverages, snacks, sandwiches etc as required and serve. ·        Liaise with CNM /Dietician on patient requirements. ·        Collect food trolleys and ensure trays/ trolleys are prepared for meal service in accordance with best practice for patients. ·        Ensure appropriate serving utensils are used at all meal times in line with best practice. ·        Carry out and record food temperature checks before serving to the patient at meal times and record on temperature chart in ward pantries. ·        Record fridge temperature morning and evening and document, report any variances and take action. ·        Order / Record food stock levels for patients from the main Kitchen stores to ward pantries. ·        Ensure ward pantry and equipment i.e. microwave, toaster etc are cleaned in line with cleaning manual and pantry cleaning checklist is signed off. ·        Ensure that after each food service, catering trolley is cleaned down in the main wash up area and set up for next meal service. ·        Ensure segregation of food waste and paper at ward pantry in line with food waste and waste segregation procedures. ·        Report and label equipment breakdowns, and fill in appropriate requisition form with CNM Nurse in Charge on the ward/ dept. ·        Adhere to Hospital Catering and Hygiene policies. Protective clothing to be worn while on duty. ·        Acquaint themselves with a knowledge of Health & Safety/Food Hygiene legislation ·        Ensure work practice is in line with all hygiene and Health and Safety procedures, including HACCP guidelines. Waste & Laundry Operational: ·        Be courteous and helpful to patients and their relatives and respect each other person’s privacy and dignity at all times. ·        Present to work wearing the agreed attire and identification, having regard to the highest standard of attire and personal hygiene ·        Allocation to various wards on rotation and will be required to perform day and night duty. ·        Acquaint themselves with Health & Safety at Work guidelines and obligations including e-learning programmes on HSELand ·        Ensure an adequate knowledge of the emergency action and fire Plan ·        Co-operate with periodic medical checks as required ·        Conduct his / herself in a manner that conveys respect of the individual and ensures safe client / patient care ·        Report any incident or potential incident which may compromise the health and safety of clients / patients, staff or visitors to the person in charge and take appropriate action ·      To attend meetings as required by the Unit Managers and Management Team in the Hospital with a view to maintaining high standards, open communication amongst staff and good levels of staff morale. ·     To attend and reach an acceptable standard of performance in courses internal and external and asdesignated appropriate by the employing authority . ·        Understand and adhere to all HSE policies, guidelines and procedures ·        Not undertake any duty related to client / patient care for which he/she is not trained ·        Apply precautions at all times to minimise the risks of cross infection e.g. clean up any spillages of bodily fluids ·        Ensure that all equipment is stored and cleaned correctly, and storage areas are kept clean and tidy ·        Follow Hospital Policy with regard to confidentially in relation to patient care. ·        In accordance with Health and Safety at work policy, it is each staff members responsibility to observe all rules relating to Health and Safety and Conduct at Work and to use any equipment provided in a safe and responsible manner. ·     Participate in appropriate in-service training sessions including fire safety, moving techniques in patients care, hand hygiene and any other such sessions as organised by Hospital management. ·     Be able to work as part of a team. ·     Have knowledge of the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) standards as they apply to the role. ·     Have knowledge of Children First and complete HSELand Introduction to Children First on line e-learning programme. It is HSE policy that all staff irrespective of role, grade or position must promote the welfare of children and protect them from harm. ·     To be aware of fire precautions and procedures and attend fire drills once a year. ·     To be aware of infection control procedures ·     Complaints Procedures ·     Incident and Accident reporting ·     Hospital Risk Management   The above Job Description 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.   Eligibility Criteria Qualifications and/ or experience Each candidate must, at the latest date for receipt of completed application form for the post: (i) Possess the relevant QQI Further Education and Training (FET) Level 5 Certificate in Health Service Skills OR (ii) FETAC Level 5 Certificate in Health Service Skills or Healthcare Support OR (iii) A relevant Healthcare qualification OR (iv) Be currently employed as an Attendant, Multi-Task or a comparable role and be willing to undertake a QQI/FETAC Level 5 programme in Health Service skills or equivalent.                        AND Have attained such standard of education as would enable him/her to discharge the duties of the post satisfactorily.    ‘Eligibility’ checking will be conducted on all application forms received and only those candidates who meet the eligibility criteria i.e. the required qualifications for the position, will be deemed eligible for inclusion in the competition. Please ensure that you complete your Application Form correctly as appeals by candidates who have not been deemed eligible, will only be entertained if the appeal is based on information supplied in your original Application Form . Appeals will NOT be entertained on additional information supplied at the time of appeal. If invited to interview, candidates will not be awarded marks for qualifications used during ‘Eligibility’ checking.   Health A candidate for and any person holding the office must be fully competent and capable of undertaking the duties attached to the office and be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service. Character Each candidate for and any person holding the office must be of good character Post specific requirements Demonstrate previous experience of working in the hospital/caring setting. Skills, competencies and/or knowledge Knowledge & Experience ·        Knowledge of the hospital environment ·        Awareness of what job entails ·        Have a good base knowledge of - Hygiene Procedures - Basic food Hygiene and Food Safety - Health & Safety - Infection Control ·        Knowledge & Awareness of Health & Safety Competencies & Skills ·     Demonstrate motivation and appreciate the importance of the need to provide quality service for patients / relatives / public and in particular older people. ·     Demonstrate an awareness of Health and Safety issues in relation to the work area. ·     Demonstrate excellent communication skills. ·     Demonstrate good interpersonal skills and be able to work as part of a team. ·     Demonstrate ability of working on own initiative and be capable of performing duties with the minimum of supervision. ·     Demonstrate an understanding of the impact of a change of residence (e.g. home to continuing care) for the individual & their family. ·     Demonstrate flexibility. ·     Kind, caring disposition and sensitive to patients/ clients needs ·     Reliable ·     Holistic approach to working in a hospital environment.  The Salary scale for the post is: (01/10/2022)  €30,869 - €32,659 - €33,734 - €34,471 - €35,108 - €35,933 - €36,437 - €37,295 - €30,869 per year

2 days agoFull-time

Conference & Banqueting Porters/assistants

Radisson BluLittle Island, Cork

The award-winning 4-star Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa Cork is now recruiting Conference & Banqueting Porters/Assistants to join the team. If you have a passion for details, understand hospitality and enjoy the company of likeminded colleagues & guests, you should contact us! At the Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa Cork we strive for excellence and to uphold 4-star standards at all times. As a member of the Meeting and Events/ Conference and Banqueting team you will play a major role in upholding those standards. The ideal candidate must have: · Previous Conference & Banqueting experience in a 4-star quality focused hotel · Strong communication skills both oral and written · A proven track record of driving standards in a similar role · Excellent time management and organizational skills · A hands-on approach · Customer and people oriented and approachable personality · Ability to work well under pressure · Attention to detail and accuracy Come join the Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa Cork and enjoy the following benefits: - We pay up to 75% salary whilst on Maternity, Paternity or Adoptive leave subject to service!! - Contributory pension scheme - Healthcare contribution - Retail discounts - Free meals while on duty - Free Gym & Pool Membership - 25% discount on Spa treatments and Elemis products - Excellent discounted Employee Bed & Breakfast rates in an iNua Hotel - Favourable Friends & Family rates in an iNua Hotel at 25% discount on best available rates - 25% Employee Discount on Bar & Restaurant Food - 10% Discount on Food for family occasions for groups of 30 or more - Recruitment bonus when you refer a friend - Educational Assistance - Opportunities for promotion and transfer within the iNua Hospitality Collection and Radisson Hotel Group - Free Employee Assistance Programme - Free Parking …these are just some of the many benefits on offer when you join the team! As a proud member of the Irish Hotel Federation Quality Employers Programme, the iNUA Group thrives in providing many development opportunities for motivated driven & efficient employees across all our departments. As a people-centric hotel group, every day we aim to foster a positive team spirit and an enjoyable working environment. We encourage this through mutual respect & trust amongst colleagues.

2 days ago

Food And Beverage Assistant

The ViaductCork

We are currently looking for passionate Food and Beverage Assistants to join the opening of an iconic property, The Viaduct in Cork! The ideal candidate has previous experience within a Food and Beverage outlet where a fast pace is required while paying attention to detail. Despite the level of experience, we will provide candidates with full training. Just some of the extraordinary reasons to apply: · We understand the importance of work life balance and want to offer you flexibility in your role with us. We have a variety of shifts available to suit you. We offer dedicated weekends off to full time colleagues. · Competitive salary package (which will be dependent on your level of experience). · Contribution towards Private Health Insurance. · Pension Contribution · Discount on The iNUA Collection hotels - iNua Hotels · Opportunity to join an award-winning team. · Complimentary Meals provided while on duty. · Learning and development opportunities within the group. · Have a shot at showcasing your social media skills - you will be empowered to share your best pictures from work. · Opportunity to have an impact on key opening decisions

2 days agoFull-time

Cook

KFCCork

CAN YOU FOLLOW IN THE COLONEL’S FOOTSTEPS? Here’s a bit more on what you can expect from the job and some of the important experiences that can help you show you’ve got what it takes to make the Colonel proud… The kitchen is where our Cooks freshly prepare and cook our famous chicken, just as the colonel intended. You’re an authentic brand ambassador who also happens to love our chicken and chips. As a Cook in our Back of House Kitchen you’ll freshly prepare our famous chicken. It’s over to you to make sure our product is Gold Standard and finger lickin’ good for our guests, every time. WHO WE ARE Take one man with a big idea (and some serious style), add 11 herbs and spices, 1,009 rejections, buckets of grit, ambition and southern hospitality and you’ve got KFC. It’s simple, we’re a people business that sells chicken and chips (and some other pretty epic stuff too). OUR RESTAURANT CULTURE We do things the right way. It isn’t always easy, but it’s always better. We lead with our hearts, work hard and play hard and we welcome everyone into our big KFC family. It doesn’t matter who you are, where you’re from, or what your shoe size is – everyone has a place at the Colonel’s table. All we ask is that you roll up your sleeves, get stuck in and treat our team like family and our guests as friends. It’s what the Colonel would do. That got you cluckin’ excited? Apply now- there might just be a seat for you at the Colonel’s table…

2 days ago

Store Manager

Costa CoffeeCork

Costa Coffee requires a Store Manager 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: -

2 days agoFull-timePermanent

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: -

2 days agoFull-timePermanent

Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Candidate, University Hospital

HSE SouthCork

In line with Sláintecare (2017) and the Department of Health’s Capacity review (2018), a shift in healthcare service provision is now required to place the focus on integrated, person-centred care, based as close to home as possible. In order to enable this, the Integrated Care Programme for the Prevention and Management of Chronic Disease (ICPCD) is supporting the national implementation of a model of integrated care for the prevention and management of chronic disease as part of the Enhanced Community Care Programme (ECC). The Model of Care for the Integrated Prevention and Management of Chronic Disease has a particular focus on preventive healthcare, early intervention and the provision of supports to live well with chronic disease. The investment in the ECC programme will be delivered on a phased basis with a view to national coverage being achieved within a two- to three- year period. Three priority areas have been identified as follows: Structural reform of healthcare delivery within the community with Community Health Networks (CHNs) becoming the basic building blocks for the organisation, management and delivery of community services across the country; Creating Specialist Ambulatory Care Hubs within the community to support primary care management of chronic disease and older people with complex needs; and, Scaling Integrated Care for Older People and Chronic Disease through the recruitment of specialist integrated care teams including Frailty at the Front Door Teams. The focus is on providing an end-to-end pathway that will reduce admissions to acute hospitals by providing access to diagnostics and specialist services in the ambulatory care hubs in a timely manner. For patients who require hospital admission, the emphasis is on minimising the hospital length of stay, with the provision of post-discharge follow up and support for people in the community and in their own homes, where required. A shared local governance structure across the local acute hospitals and the associated CHO will ensure the development of a fully integrated service and end-to-end pathway for individuals living with chronic disease. The ECC Programme is underpinned by a set of key principles including: The role of the ANP will differ according to the needs and configuration of existing services at the local level. The successful candidate work across the acute hospital and integrated services providing support to the integrated diabetes consultant and the ambulatory hubs and specialist teams to manage diabetes, and associated co-morbidities, within the acute and community setting, where appropriate. Ambulatory care hubs are sites identified outside of the hospital setting that will provide access to specialist services within the community. Each hub will be affiliated with a local hospital and will serve a population of approximately 150,000 and will focus primarily on the prevention and management of complex chronic disease. These hubs will be established to support the provision of care closer to home and to facilitate ready access to diagnostics, specialist services and specialist opinions in order to enhance the delivery of patient-centred care, support early intervention and avoid hospital admission where possible. A suite of alternative outpatient pathways, support from multidisciplinary Chronic Disease Specialist Teams and access to diagnostics including radiology and laboratory testing will support the work within each hub and the provision of the right care, in the right place, at the right time. The Integrated Diabetes Service will support: · A holistic, multidisciplinary approach to the care of individuals with diabetes · Provision of a reformed outpatient services that utilise telehealth and other ICT measures to facilitate more effective and efficient delivery of care; · Reduced waiting times for patients for hospital outpatient services; · Timely access to specialist services and specialist opinion for patients with diabetes and associated co-morbidities ; · Early intervention pathways/ rapid access clinics for acute, chronic or newly-presenting diabetes conditions; · Development of pathways for the management of chronic conditions. The early assessment and implementation of pathways that will support GP-led primary care, efficient discharge back to the community where appropriate, and reduce the need for repeated hospital-based outpatient reviews; · Provision of oversight and implementation of self-management support services for diabetes in the ambulatory care hubs; · Increased access to diabetes specialist opinion and diagnostics for GPs; The person appointed to this post will develop and lead the cANP services as part of the overall integrated diabetes service. The cANP will provide leadership in the provision of chronic disease ambulatory care within the ambulatory care hub and support the development of integrated services across the wider region. They will work in the acute setting as well as delivering some services and clinics in the ambulatory care hub, supporting and working with the community specialist teams. The post holder will work as part of a multidisciplinary team delivering coordinated evidence based care for diabetes patients. Please note a portion of the appointees work will be carried out “offsite”. This means that the appointee will travel to the hubs to perform duties related to the role. Please note more post specific information on services provided, team structures, possible future developments etc. will be provided to candidates at the ‘expression of interest’ stage of the recruitment process. Background to the Post As outlined above, the need to reform the healthcare services in Ireland in order to provide a more sustainable, integrated and patient-centred approach has come to the fore in recent health policies and strategies. Integrated care requires health and social care services to work together across different levels and sites in order to provide end-to-end care that meets patient need. As described in the Sláintecare report (2017), integrated care involves: · Ensuring appropriate care pathways are developed with a focus on person-centred service planning to ensure services are built around patients; · Supporting timely access to all health and social care services according to · medical need; and, · Patients accessing care at the most appropriate, cost effective service level with a strong emphasis on prevention and public health. The cANP Diabetes will develop and lead a service for patients / service users with diabetes, with an emphasis on providing care across the acute hospital and community setting. The registered advanced practice service is provided by nurses who practice at a higher level of capability, autonomy and provide expert advanced decision making The overall purpose of the ANP Diabetesservice is to provide safe, timely, evidenced based nurse-led care to patients at an advanced nursing level .This involves undertaking and documenting complete episodes of patient care, which includes comprehensively assessing, diagnosing, planning, treating and discharging patients in accordance with collaboratively agreed local policies, procedures, protocols and guidelines and/or service level agreements/ memoranda of understanding. The cANP (Diabetes) demonstrates advanced clinical and theoretical knowledge, critical thinking, clinical leadership and complex decision-making abilities. The cANP (Diabetes) practices in accordance with the Code of Professional Conduct and Ethics for Registered Nurses and Registered Midwives (NMBI 2021), the Scope of Nursing and Midwifery Practice Framework (NMBI 2015), Advanced Practice (Nursing) Standards and Requirements (NMBI 2017), and the Values for Nurses and Midwives in Ireland (Department of Health 2016). The cANP (Diabetes) service provides clinical leadership and professional scholarship in the delivery of optimal nursing services and informs the development of evidence based health policy at local, regional and national levels. The cANP (Diabetes) contributes to nursing research that shapes and advances nursing practice, education and health care policy at local, national and international levels. The post requires a cANP (Diabetes) with the scope of practice that represents the diverse inpatient population of the hospital; reflecting diabetes care across age groups and diabetes types In collaboration with dietetic colleagues, the cANP (Diabetes) will take a lead role in the co-ordination, delivery and reporting of diabetes self-management education for individuals with Type 1 diabetes within the hospital and associated networks. Informal Enquiries Nora Twomey, Assistant Director of Nursing, CUH Nora.Twomey@hse.ie , Tel: 087 218 6170

2 days ago

Clinical Nurse Manager II, Day Medical Unit

South Infirmary Victoria University HospitalCork

The hospital is seeking applications from suitably qualified candidates for the post of Clinical Nurse Manager II in our Day Medical Unit. As a member of the Nurse Management team the post of CNM II has a pivotal role in co-ordination, development and management of activity and resources within the clinical area. Further information on the role can be viewed by downloading the attached job description.

2 days ago
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