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Qualified Electrician and Apprentice Electrician

Ross Cashman ElectricalYoughal, County Cork

Ross Cashman Electrical & Co based in Youghal are looking for a Qualified Electrician and an Apprentice Electrician to join their team. The company specialises in electrical installations for New Homes, Extensions, Re-Wires and Agricultural etc. Please click the Apply Now button to upload your CV or call; 0871248091

14 days agoFull-time

Artic Driver Night

Independent Express CargoLittle Island, County Cork

Independent Express Cargo based in Cork, are currently seeking artic drivers - immediate starts available. Night Shunt Runs Requirements

19 days agoFull-time

Bartenders

Beckett's Irish BarOutside of Ireland

Irish-owned cafés & bars in Belgium, Europe looking for friendly, creative, and motivated bartenders with experience in a fast-paced environment. Applicants should have a basic knowledge of hygiene protocols/bar procedures and a passion for creativity and high standards of presentation. What we offer : - Highly competitive net salary - Reasonably priced accommodation within a short distance of the bar is provided by us. Own room in a shared apartment with rent at +/- €400 per month. - The language barrier in our bars is not an issue as English is generally spoken by our clients and all our staff, but we can also provide access to subsidised French lessons - Regular professional cocktail training and barista courses are given to all our staff. We want our people to be the best at their trade! - Access to full health care provided - We help all our staff set up bank accounts and apply for their Belgian id card - We will pay for your transport costs over and will also provide you with 1 free flight home per year - We work with a core of Irish staff in each of our bars in order to provide a "home away from home feel" Only serious applicants with a mind to having a future in the hospitality sector and ambition to succeed need apply. Within a year, you can really evolve in your position with us, becoming very talented at mixology and barista, French-speaking, and enjoying a good standard of life in a warm and safe environment.

8 days agoFull-time

Chefs

Beckett's Irish BarOutside of Ireland

Irish-owned cafés & bars in Belgium, Europe looking for friendly, creative, and motivated Chefs with experience in a fast-paced environment. Applicants should have a basic knowledge of hygiene protocols/kitchen procedures and a passion for creativity and high standards of presentation. What we offer : - Highly competitive net salary - Reasonably priced accommodation within a short distance of the bar is provided by us. Own room in a shared apartment with rent at +/- €400 per month. - The language barrier in our bars is not an issue as English is generally spoken by our clients and all our staff, but we can also provide access to subsidised French lessons - Regular professional training are given to all our staff. We want our people to be the best at their trade! - Access to full health care provided - We help all our staff set up bank accounts and apply for their Belgian id card - We will pay for your transport costs over and will also provide you with 1 free flight home per year - We work with a core of Irish staff in each of our bars in order to provide a "home away from home feel" Only serious applicants with a mind to having a future in the hospitality sector and the ambition to succeed need apply. Within a year, you can really evolve in your position with us while enjoying a good standard of life in a warm and safe environment.

8 days agoFull-time

Commis Chef

Hua Mei Ltd.The Lough, Cork€34,000 per year

Full-Time Commis Chef Required Employer and Employment Location: Hua Mei Ltd. at Royal Palace, the Hawthorn Bar, The lough, Co. Cork requires ( 1 ) Commis Chef. Requirements: Minimum 2 years experience in preparing and cooking of Asian Food. Must be a team player and capable of working under pressure in a busy kitchen. Working Hours: 39 hours per week Salary: €34,000 Per annum AD PUBLISHED: 27TH JUNE 2024

19 days agoFull-timeContract

Commis Chef

Peter TK Food LtdButtevant, County Cork€34,000 per year

Full-Time Commis Chef Required Employer and Employment Location: Peter TK Food Ltd. at 8 Main Street, Buttevant, Co. Cork requires ( 1 ) Commis Chef. Requirements: Minimum 2 years experience in preparing & cooking Asian Food. Must be a team player capable of working under pressure in a busy kitchen. Working Hours: 39 hours per week Salary: €34,000 per annum AD PUBLISHED: 27TH JUNE 2024

19 days agoFull-timeContract

Commis Chef

Huarui Ltd.Clonakilty, County Cork€34,000 per year

Full-Time Commis Chef Required Employer & Employment Location: Huarui Ltd. at 20 Pearse Street, Clonakilty, Co. Cork. requires ( 1 ) Commis Chef. Requirements: Minimum 2 years experience in preparing & cooking Asian Food. Must be a team player capable of working under pressure in a busy kitchen. Working Hours: 39 Hours per week Salary: €34,000 per annum AD PUBLISHED: 25TH JUNE 2024

22 days agoFull-timeContract

Retail Sales Assistant

AvidityCork€15.44 per hour

Pay:  €15.44 per hour + Uncapped commission bonus Working Days: Saturday 10am-6pm and Sunday 11am-6pm Start Date:  July 2024 Are you a fabrewlous Retail Assistant? Or does exceptional customer service Mocha you smile? Either way you may be the perfect blend! We are looking for exceptional coffee loving Retail Sales Assistants to lead in-store demonstrations and deliver amazing brand experiences on behalf of Nespresso! At Wave we represent brands across multiple retail, event and experiential environments. We create exciting and inspiring brand experiences for customers which increase engagement, help the customer and drive sales. Your working day will be exciting and interactive as you proactively approach customers and educate them on the Nespresso brand and demonstrate the fantastic products at your fingertips, leading to them leaving the store having had the best possible experience and having become fully immersed into the world of Nespresso. You will Espresso your passion and panache for creating brilliant brand experiences to help drive sales of Nespresso products and deliver incredible customer service, as a premium brand demands a premium experience! Benefits espresso-ly for you! ·Complimentary coffee machine & capsules after completion of 50 shifts and continued service ·Full professional uniform & loan of iPad ·Extensive training, bringing you completely up to speed with the brand and all product knowledge, ·Annual conference with your fellow Advisors, team building and training ·Coaching, management and support Key Skills ·Previous experience in Retail or Experiential roles ·Excellent at building rapport & relationships ·Professional in both appearance and manner ·Strong sales background ·Enthusiastic & engaging ·Able to deliver concise & accurate feedback through different reporting tools ·Has a passion for coffee or luxury living If you think you are the perfect blend for this role apply now! Better latte than never!

5 days agoFull-time

Driver

Cork County CouncilCork€749.41 - €770.75 per week

SECTION 1: THE ROLE Cork County Council invites applications from suitably qualified persons, who wish to be considered for inclusion on panels from which permanent vacancies for Driver may be filled. Positions may arise in any area of the council’s functions which cover Cork County. Cork County Council’s three machinery Yards are based at Victoria Cross Machinery Yard, Cork, Skibbereen Machinery Yard and Newberry Machinery Yard, Mallow, Co. Cork Candidates are required to indicate the machinery yard they are most interested in being considered for. Separate panels for Driver may be created for the three machinery yards at; • North - Newberry Machinery Yard, Mallow. • South - Victoria Cross Machinery Yard, Cork. • West - Skibbereen Machinery Yard. Candidates are limited to selecting one area, only. SECTION 2: DUTIES The person/s appointed will work under the direction and control of the Plant/Stores Superintendent or other officer designated by the Director of Services or the Chief Executive. 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. The person employed sall carry out, under the direction of their line manager/Fleet Manager or supervisor, where necessary, such duties as may from time to time be assigned to them, including: • The driving and/or operation of any plant including specialised plant in any part of the County under the direction of their assigned yard. The successful candidate may be required to undertake and successfully complete further training in the use of such specialised vehicles as instructed by their supervisor/Fleet Manager. • Participation in the Cork County Council’s winter salting roster system and the council's emergency on-call system, are a requirement of this position. • Other works involved on site, as part of general crew or site work as required either on various council mobile sites, fixed sites or in the machinery yards. • Duties will require drivers to work in various types of environments including those with hot tar, bitumen, concrete, road construction materials and other chemical substances. • A driver may be required to provide cover/support to locations other than their base and this will be advised by their line manager. • Allowances and travel will be paid if deemed appropriate by management. 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. 2. Licence Requirements • It is essential to hold a current full European “C” Driving Licence free from endorsement with a current Driver Qualification Card (CPC). A current full European ‘CE’ Driving licence is preferable; • Hold a valid Safe Pass Card. 3. 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. 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 Candidates must have their own transport available to them to attend workplace locations as required and shall maintain their vehicle to the satisfaction of the local authority. SECTION 4: SELECTION PROCESS The recruitment selection process will include an Interview and driving test. Candidates at the interview will be assessed and marked on the following areas: • Relevant Experience • Interpersonal & Communication Skills • Driving Test SECTION 5: TENURE The position is permanent and full time. The post is pensionable. Panels may be formed to fill permanent vacancies for Drivers which may arise during the lifetime of the panels. SECTION 6: REMUNERATION The wage scale for the post is: €749.41 - €770.75 per week €749.41 – €753.08 – €756.73 – €758.74 – €758.74 – €758.74 – €758.74 – €759.93 – €762.03– €764.21- €766.38- €768.55 - €770.75 Entry point to this scale will be determined in accordance with Circulars issued by the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government. 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 work site or as determined by Cork County Council. The machinery yards are currently based in the following locations: • Victoria Cross • Newberry Mallow • Skibbereen 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 39 hours per week, Monday to Friday: Monday – Thursday: 8.30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. Friday: 8.30 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. You may be required to work overtime outside of normal working hours as required by his/her Supervisor. These arrangements may be varied and you will be notified of any variation as required. SECTION 9: ANNUAL LEAVE The current annual leave entitlement is 25 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). SECTION 10: ELIGIBILITY TO WORK IN IRELAND Please note that in order to work in Ireland, a non-EEA National, unless they are exempted, must hold a valid Employment Permit. Should you be successful in the selection process, prior to appointment you will be required to confirm that you are in possession of same. Details of the process for you to apply for a work permit are available on the following website;

15 days agoFull-time

Office Manager/PA

University College CorkCork€55,142 - €69,145 per year

Key Accountabilities To manage all aspects of OVPRI responsibilities in supporting the delivery of a professional service to all its stakeholders. The post requires a high level of confidentiality, discretion, integrity and judgement to carry out the responsibilities of role. Principal/Regular Duties and Responsibilities - Supporting the VP, the Directors within OVPRI, Team managers and relevant areas of the Functional Area in the development of the the OVPRI Strategic Plan, Operational Plan and Quality Improvement Plans. This is predominantly an in-office role. - Managing the office on a day-to-day basis to achieve its strategic and operational goals under the Office remit, including oversight of the staffing and financial resources of the VPRI’s office and management of financial commitments of the VPRI, both internal and external. - Managing the VPRI functional area human resource responsibilities, including engagement with HR, Finance Office managers and staff, including management and coordination of the Performance Management Review Scheme and associated Office mentoring, coaching and training plan. - Responsible for management and maintenance of HR Database (annual/sick leave etc.) including responsibility for integrity and safeguarding of confidential information available on the system and ensuring compliance of HR policies etc. - In collaboration with the Research Safety Officer manage the administrative elements of the Health & Safety (H&S) within the VPRI Office functional area (including all OVPRI Office units), including keeping abreast of policies, procedures and legislation, compiling and completing the annual H&S report to Governing Body, co-ordinate H&S staff training and supporting OVPRI Office units with any H&S issues, etc. - Develop and formulate administrative policies to meet the various services, functions and changing needs of the Office and improving existing procedures. - Key member of the OVPRI Senior Team in supporting on-going development of the VPRI functional area, including providing general professional services to support these functions and to the development and delivery of a long-term vision for UCC research. - Coordinate the VPRI’s office delivery of services in light of UCC remote working environment including organising the effective operation of the office on a day-to-day basis including arranging staff, space and systems to optimize in person activities, to identify reporting dates throughout the cycle of the Office activities, to communicate information to staff and to ensure that all deadlines are met. - Lead and manage a team to deliver on the functional area and programmes within her/his remit, ensuring strong focus on delivery of results. - Work with the Vice President, Directors and management in developing strategic plans for his/her area of responsibility that are in line with overall Functional Area and University priorities and aim to deliver services in the most efficient manner possible - Managing significant change programmes, in line with University and national priorities - Networking effectively with internal and external stakeholders including representatives of Government Departments, State Agencies, business and community representatives and other bodies to deliver priority programmes and projects. - Promoting the role of UCC Research & Innovation and ensure strong focus amongst our teams, reflecting the requirements for balanced and fair decision making and equity of treatment - Maintaining interfaces of the highest quality between VPRI and other University offices and external stakeholders. - Management and maintenance of HR Database (annual/sick leave etc.) including responsibility for integrity and safeguarding of confidential information available on the system and ensuring compliance of HR policies etc. - Developing close working partnership with the PA to VPRI and other admin support staff within UCC Research and UCC Innovation. Health & Safety: In addition to the statutory safety duties of all employees (as prescribed in safety legislation and the relevant local safety statement) each staff member is responsible for: • Discharging any safety functions delegated to them by their Head of College \ School \ Department \ Centre \ Unit, in relation to the areas/ activities under their control • Co-operating and assisting the University and the Head of College \ School \ Department \ Centre \ Unit in the discharge of their statutory safety responsibilities • Ensuring that all work under their control, is undertaken safely and without risk to health and complies with the provision of all relevant statutory legislation Note: As the university continues to expand and evolve, it is likely that flexibility in regard to the allocation of specific duties will be necessary. Accordingly, the list of duties specified above is not intended to be exclusive or restrictive; duties may be added or withdrawn but any such alteration will take place after consultation with the appointee. SELECTION CRITERIA Decisions at short-listing and interview will be made based on the following criteria: Essential Criteria 1. A third level and/or relevant professional qualification. 2. Proven relevant administrative experience of at least 5 years, gained in a complex public or private sector environment of similar size. 3. Proven ability to make decisions, take responsibility, exercise sound judgement and demonstrate leadership under pressure. 4. Proven advanced communication skills, including proven report writing and presentation skills. 5. Well-developed interpersonal and influencing skills which enable negotiation at all levels and an ability to deal with sensitive and confidential matters with the utmost of discretion. 6. Proven experience of successful multiple stakeholder relationship management. 7. Demonstrate attention to detail. 8. Career record that demonstrates the necessary level of leadership and management skills to manage, develop and motivate a multi-disciplinary team with a strong record of achievement of results 9. Proven ability to deal flexibly with a range of different demands ranging over a wide variety of subjects and to prioritise a varied workload. 10. A wide exposure, broad knowledge and up to date with current research trends. 11. Proven IT skills. 12. Strong relationship management, interpersonal and communication skills with the capacity to work in close consultation with University members and a wide range of stakeholders and committees to secure cooperation and consensus. 13. Good analytical skills and a capacity to innovate in the interest of delivery of strategic services. 14. Ability to provide a framework for effective communication across a complex office structure 15. A satisfactory understanding of the public services regulatory and legislative framework in Ireland. Desirable Criteria 16. Knowledge and understanding of complex, research-focussed organisation of scale, with a clear understanding of the issues and challenges affecting the Higher Education sector 17. Experience of successful design and implementation of survey and large-scale stakeholder engagement strategies 18. Knowledge of relevant research strategy and policy, at national and international level 19. Interest in Open Science, Engaged Research, Higher Education, Research ethics, Equality, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) and Research integrity Please note: Candidates who do not demonstrate that they meet the criteria as detailed above will not be shortlisted. Candidates are requested to make a personal assessment of these criteria against their own qualifications, skills and abilities to assess whether they should apply for the post. The University, at its discretion, may undertake to make an additional appointment(s) from this competition following the conclusion of the process. The University has determined a set of competencies which are a requirement for this post. CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT Appointment may be made on the Admin III (Grade 6) Salary Scale: €57,914 - €69,145 (Scale B) / €55,142 - €65,798 (Scale A) Salary placement on appointment will be in accordance with public sector pay policy. * As required by public pay policy for the higher education sector, new appointments to a direct entry recruitment grade will generally be at the minimum (1st point) of the relevant scale. For existing public servants, the restriction to the first point on scale may be varied where a person is appointed to the same or an analogous grade, role or position as their previous public service employment. The rate of remuneration for all appointments may be adjusted from time to time in line with government policy The working hours for administrative staff are 35 hours per week with normal hours of duty from 9.00am to 5.00pm Monday to Friday, with 1 hour for lunch break. Due to the nature and seniority of the post, however, it may be necessary to extend and vary these hours from time to time in order to meet the exigencies of the post. Annual Leave will be 29 days per annum (pro-rata). This leave is exclusive of public holidays and Good Friday. The leave year commences on 1 July annually and four days annual leave must be held for the Christmas closure period. Sick Leave: Sick leave will be granted in line with University policy in this regard which may change from time to time. You should familiarise yourself with the University Sick Leave Policy and University Sick Leave Management Policy. The tenure of the post is permanent wholetime , based on the following provisions: a. A probationary period of twelve months shall apply from commencement of employment in the post during which the contract of employment may be terminated by either party in accordance with the Minimum Notice and Terms of Employment Acts, 1973 to 2001. b. Except in circumstances of gross misconduct justifying immediate dismissal, the appointee will receive one month's notice of termination of employment, or, if greater, such notice as is provided for in a minimum notice in terms of Employment Act, 1973. c. The appointee is required to give 1 month's notice of termination of employment. Pension: The Public Service Pensions (Single Scheme and Other Provisions) Act 2012 established the Single Public Service Pension Scheme. In general, anyone taking up pensionable public service employment on or after 1 January 2013 is a member of the Single Scheme. The Act provides that most members of the Single Scheme have a minimum pension age consistent with the age of eligibility for the State Pension (Contributory) and a compulsory retirement age of 70. A member of this group is generally referred to as a “Single Scheme member”. However, applicants who have previously worked in a pensionable post (non -Single Scheme terms ) in the Irish Civil/Public service, may be offered membership of the UCC Pension scheme. The normal retirement date in this scheme is age 65. A compulsory retirement date of 70 may apply depending on date of first employment in the Irish Civil/Public service. The relevant pension scheme will be confirmed to the successful applicant on completion of the Pensions Declaration form prior to taking up employment.

4 days agoFull-time
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