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Sales Advisors

Marks & SpencerNationwideContract

The thought always counts at M&S. All year round, day in, day out, we think about how to put customers first and make their shopping experience special. If you’re a friendly, approachable person that likes helping customers – we think it’s a challenge you’ll enjoy this festive season. Join our team and you will receive a competitive salary plus 20% staff discount. Application instructions: Step 1: Click the APPLY NOW button below. Step 2: Enter in your name, email address and upload your CV. **Step 3: Click ADD COVER LETTER. In this box you must enter the store location you are interested in applying for.

22 days ago

Bar Person - Innsbruck, Austria

The Galway Bay Irish PubNationwideFull-time

The Galway Bay Irish Pub Innsbruck, Austria A long established and successfully Irish owned Irish pub in the heart of the Austrian alps requires a full time barperson. Full training on how an Irish pub abroad operates will be given and the ability to learn quickly will be important. This is an ideal opportunity for a gap year student, a winter season on the snow or for someone who sees hospitality as a career going forward. Shifts are from early evening to close and on occasion daytime duties to include taking in deliveries/yard etc. The days are free to enjoy the nearby mountains, skiing/snow boarding/hiking/biking etc. Start: Immediate or ASAP Requirements/Duties: • Minimum 1yrs good bar and or waiting experience essential. • Customer focused, friendly, responsible, disciplined, common sense attitude, team player and the ability to work well and efficient under pressure. • You will be required to open and close the pub on occasion and assist our young and efficient manager in the day to day running of the business. • All completed courses in hospitality and catering should be documented on your CV and will be taken into account but not essential. • English is the spoken language in the pub but the ability to pick up basic German would be important. • Kitchen knowledge and have the ability to prepare basic dishes from our snack menu. You will be notified within 48hrs on receipt of your CV by what’s app should it be of interest to us. Terms and conditions: • Payment discussed and negotiated at interview. • 25 days fully paid holidays. • Full medical insurance. • Accommodation available in a city centre location.

18 days ago

Solicitor

Michael D. White & Co.Donegal

Michael D. White and Company, a long established firm in Carndonagh Co. Donegal is seeking to recruit a Solicitor to their existing team. Whilst a general practice firm the principal area of work will be in litigation and court advocacy. Experience in a general practice with emphasis on litigation an advantage but not essential if ability as an advocate can be displayed. The successful applicant will require the following attributes: If you wish to apply for this role please email a CV and cover letter to: philip@mdwhite.ie

30+ days ago

Information Systems Project Leader

Donegal City CouncilDonegal€48,978 - €63,672 per yearFull-time

1. The Position The Council is seeking applications from suitably qualified candidates with relevant experience for the position of Information Systems (IS) Project Leader. It is proposed to form a panel of qualified candidates from which any temporary vacancies which arise will be filled during the lifetime of the panel. The successful candidate will report to the Council’s Head of Information Systems. 2. Role, Duties & Responsibilities Donegal County Council is a large rural Local Authority with an extensive ICT infrastructure serving in excess of 100 locations countywide and 1100 employees. The Information Systems Department manages this network, one of the largest Local Authority networks in Ireland, as well as delivering a corporate information systems programme designed to support Council internal work-programmes and customer services initiatives. The Information Systems Department also leads out on the development of countywide telecommunications and a digital development programme targeted to support economic development and community enhancement. The Council is embarking on a major upgrade of its networking, communications and corporate software support architectures. To successfully deliver these initiatives the Council is seeking to recruit suitably skilled and experienced ICT personnel at various levels. The IS Project Leader is a supervisory position within the Information Systems Department structure and is responsible for the management of complex multidisciplinary ICT projects. Information Systems Project Leaders are responsible for the management and delivery of the Councils ICT services throughout the Council. This is a leadership role in the advancement of ICT services and policies and the development of business cases to support the implementation of new infrastructure or systems through engagement with internal stakeholders and third party suppliers. The ideal candidate should be highly motivated with a commitment to delivering ICT services to the highest standard and to deliver strategic change for the benefit of Donegal County Council. Key Responsibilities  Supporting the Head of Information Systems in the development and management of the organisation’s Information Communications Technology (ICT) and Information Systems (IS) strategies;  Evaluating and developing the potential of modern ICT to enhance the business objectives of the Council and ensure maximum impact of emerging technologies;  Contributing to strategic and operational work plans for the I.S. Department to ensure that all necessary ICT tools, processes and systems are in place to meet the requirements of the business and contribute to the achievement of the organisation’s short and long term goals;  Building the capacity of the organisation to maximise ICT opportunities;  Investigating and recommending new technologies that could contribute to the improvement, efficiency and enhancement of existing systems;  Ensuring the security and integrity of Council data and ICT infrastructure;  Procuring ICT hardware, software and licenses including contract negotiation;  Procuring and managing appropriate external technical support services ensuring service quality, standards and targets are achieved;  Effective leadership and management of ICT staff. Duties The day to day duties of the post of Information Systems Project Leader include, but are not limited to the following; • Manage the analysis, specification and deployment of Corporate Applications and upgrades to an agreed methodology to achieve successful outcomes; • Manage complex multi-disciplinary ICT projects and provide leadership on the delivery of ICT services throughout the Council; • Actively review, improve and manage ICT security initiatives; • Advise on the technical specification relating to the procurement of new information systems or ICT infrastructure; • Negotiate between the Information Systems function, other directorates, and external suppliers to resolve technical or contentious issues and conflicts to ensure that projects and services are delivered on time and within budget; • Provide leadership on emerging technologies and best practice; • Assist the Head of Information Systems in developing long-term, strategic plans, for the development of ICT capabilities within the Council; • Establish and manage service level agreements for contracted services and suppliers; • Provide Technical assistance and guidance in the area of GDPR and Data Protection; • Contribute to the development and review of ICT policies; • Input into the ICT department budgeting and service delivery planning processes; • Leading a technical team in the administration and support of an enterprise ICT Environment; • Managing a Project Team in the implementation of ICT Projects, on time and under budget; • Design, implementation and support of a Disaster Recovery environment and knowledge of technologies such as backups, replication, de-duplication, recovery and restores; • Procurement and award of high value contracts for ICT hardware and systems; • Management of staff and a commitment to developing staff through Performance Management, training and on the job experience; • Deliver on the telecommunications requirements of Donegal County Council including VoIP and video conferencing systems; • Other duties as may be assigned from time to time. Competencies It is desirable that the candidates can demonstrate competency under the following headings: Management & Change  Ability to think and act strategically to ensure functional responsibility is properly aligned with corporate policies and strategies;  Clear understanding of political reality and context of local authority operations;  Ability to embed good governance practices into day to day activities, practices and processes;  Ability to develop and maintain positive and productive professional relationships both internally and externally to the local authority;  Effectively manage change, foster a culture of creativity in employees and overcome resistance to change. Delivering Results  Acts decisively and makes timely, informed and effective decisions;  Pinpoints critical information and address issues logically;  Develops operational and team plans having regard to corporate priorities operational objectives and available resources;  Establishes high quality service and customer care standards;  Allocates resources effectively to deliver on operational plans;  Identifies and achieves efficiencies;  Ensures compliance with legislation regulation and procedures; Performance through People  Effectively manages the performance of individuals and teams to achieve operational plan targets and objectives;  Leads by example to motivate staff in the delivery of high quality outcomes and customer service;  Develops staff potential;  Manages underperformance or conflict;  Understands effective communications at all levels within the organization;  Actively listen to others;  Demonstrates high level of verbal and written communication skills;  Fosters and maintains productive working relationships within the organisation and with relevant stakeholders externally. Personal Effectiveness  Initiative and creativity;  Enthusiasm and positivity about the role;  Resilience and Personal Well-Being;  Personal Motivation;  Understands the importance of corporate governance;  Commitment to integrity & good public service values;  Understanding the structures and environment within which the local authority sector operates and the role of an I.S. Project Leader in this context. 3. Qualifications & Requirement of the Post The Minister for Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government has declared that the qualifications for the position of IS Project Leader shall be as set out hereunder. (a) Character Each candidate must be of good character. (b) 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. (*Note Successful candidates will be required to undergo a medical examination carried out by the Council’s Occupational Medical advisor prior to appointment). (c) Education, Training, Experience etc. On the closing date of receipt of completed application forms, candidates must: (a) possess the N.C.C. Higher Diploma in Computer Studies or an equivalent accredited certified information technology qualification, and (b) Have satisfactory experience in an information technology environment, and (c) have satisfactory skills in at least one of the following areas:- • Project Management, • Systems Implementation • Programming or applications development, • Systems or business analysis, • Network implementation, • Network administration • Geographical information systems • Database information and • Team Leadership 4. Particulars of the Post (a)General Donegal County Council proposes to create a panel of qualified candidates for the position of IS Project Leader from which it will fill any temporary vacancies that may arise. (b)Probation The successful candidate shall be required to be on probation for an initial period, as determined by the Council. This period may be extended at the discretion of the Council. (c)Remuneration The current annual pay-scale is minimum €48,978 to max LSI2 €63,672. Holders of the post will be paid at the appropriate point on the salary scale in accordance with the relevant Department Circular. New entrants will commence on the minimum point on scale. (d)Base The base for the post of IS Project Leader shall be the County House Lifford or any other such location as determined by the Council and will depend on the particular area and service to which the post holder is assigned. The role of IS Project Leader will involve some travel, with some trips involving overnight stays and associated costs covered by the appropriate allowances. (e)Residence Holders of the post shall reside in the district in which their duties are to be performed or within a reasonable distance thereof. (f) Working Hours The normal hours of work will be 37 hours per week. The Council reserves the right to alter the hours of work from time to time. (g)Requirement to Drive Candidates shall be required: a. to possess a full current category B Driving Licence. b. to have their own vehicle available for use while performing their duties and the associated costs will be covered by the appropriate allowances.

30+ days ago

Information Systems Technical Support Officer

Donegal City CouncilDonegal€42,041 - €50,490 per yearFull-time

1. The Position The Council is seeking applications from suitably qualified candidates with relevant experience for the position of Information Systems Technical Support Officer. It is proposed to form a panel of qualified candidates from which any temporary vacancies which arise will be filled during the lifetime of the panel. The successful candidate shall report to an IS Project Leader or other appropriate person as determined by the Council from time to time. 2. Role, Duties & Responsibilities Donegal County Council is a large rural Local Authority with an extensive ICT infrastructure serving in excess of 100 locations countywide and 1100 employees. The Information Systems Department manages this network, one of the largest in Ireland, as well as a corporate information systems programme designed to support Council internal work-programmes and customer services initiatives. The Information Systems Department also leads out on the development of countywide telecommunications and a digital development programme targeted to support economic development and community enhancement. The Council is embarking on a major upgrade of its networking, communications and corporate software support architectures. To successfully deliver these initiatives the Council is seeking to recruit suitably skilled and experienced ICT personnel at various levels. Key Responsibilities The role of IS Technical Support Officer is to provide technical assistance to Council Staff and Members as well as supporting and maintaining the Council’s desktop computer hardware and software deployed throughout County Donegal. The key responsibility of the team is to provide a day to day helpdesk service for Council network users across the complete range of technology, networks and systems. The team is responsible for delivering a high quality, efficient and effective support service to Council staff and Members, and also to provide support and assistance on a daily basis to the I.S. Project Leaders, Server/Data Administrators and Analyst/Developers in their roles. Duties The following is a non-exhaustive list of duties that the successful candidate will be required to perform: (Appropriate training will be provided to successful candidates as required). • Provide hardware and software support by telephone, email, callout or via remote tools; • Management of users, rights, mappings and shared folders; • Install and configure new computers, notebooks, printers, multi-function devices, scanners and telephone handsets; • Install software, upgrade operating systems and software version upgrades; • Support Users on a wide range of Corporate Systems including Agresso, Core, iPlan, iHouse, Sierra LMS, Softco, MailMeter, Email, Intranet, and the Microsoft suite of products; • Support of Print Management Solutions; • Implement network expansions and upgrades; • Support for audiovisual facilities, video conferencing and microphones; • Support & Maintenance of Telephone Systems & ongoing liaison with Telecommunications Providers; • Support & Management of portable devices; • Monitor and Support core Communications Infrastructure (Switches/Routers/Cabling), Leased Lines & eGov connections; • Support & Maintenance of Wireless Networks and broadband-connected sites; • Analyse and resolve problems relating to business systems, networking and geographical information systems; • Elected Members Assistance and Support; • Provide support to Full Council and Municipal District meetings; • Provide support to the Training Department for in-house training courses; • Provide support for conferences and events arranged by other departments; • Provide input to the ongoing program of renewal and investment in IS hardware and software; • Participate in the planning and implementation of the IS Section’s work program, annual budget and cost control; • Keep abreast of information technology evolution and identify opportunities for such technologies to be gainfully used by the Council; • Contribute to the review and implementation of the ICT Strategy; • Support the IS Project Leader and Analyst/Developer(s) to ensure the section or department work programmes are implemented to deliver on the Council’s Corporate Plan and I.S. Operational Plans; • Support the IS Project Leader and Analyst/Developer(s) to communicate, implement and manage all change management initiatives within the relevant area of responsibility; • Support the IS Project Leader and Analyst/Developer(s) in the management and implementation of Health and Safety measures for the section or department; • Provide specialist technical assistance and support in the delivery of projects as required; • Undertake other duties as required contributing to the delivery of annual Information Systems Operation Plans in Donegal County Council. This could include systems development and support as well as web development and Geographic Information Systems support. 3. Qualifications & Requirements of the Post The Minister for Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government has declared that the qualifications for the position of IS Technical Support Officer shall be as set out hereunder. (a) Character Each candidate must be of good character. (b) 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. (*Note Successful candidates will be required to undergo a medical examination carried out by the Council’s Occupational Medical advisor prior to appointment). (c) Education, Training, Experience etc. Each candidate must, on the latest date for receipt of completed application forms - i. be employed by one of the organisations that form part of the Common Recruitment pool and have, on the latest date for receiving completed applications, at least two years satisfactory experience in a permanent and pensionable capacity as a Clerical Officer or an analogous grade, and have an aptitude for information technology. The Common Recruitment Pool consists of employees of a local authority, health board, vocational education committee in the State, institute of technology, the General Medical Services (Payments) Board, St. James's Hospital Board, Beaumont Hospital Board, An Bord Altranais, the Local Government Computer Services Board, the Border, Midland and Western Regional Assembly or the Southern and Eastern Regional Assembly (d) Desirable Requirements The following skills are desirable but not essential:  Communication Skills including communicating effectively across different levels within an organisation  Problem solving and decision making Skills  Experience of stakeholder networking and engagement  Administration and report writing skills  Experience of the operation of ICT systems and standard office software packages  Health & Safety initiatives, as applicable  Experience of working in an ICT environment  Demonstrated competency in a number of the following technical areas: o ICT Helpdesk Operations o Systems Operation o SQL Server o Server Management o Desktop Management o User & Data Management o Networking o ICT Security o ICT Communications o GIS 4. Particulars of the Post (a)General Donegal County Council proposes to create a panel of qualified candidates for the position of IS Technical Support Officer from which it will fill any temporary vacancies that may arise. (b)Probation The successful candidate shall be required to be on probation for an initial period, as determined by the Council. This period may be extended at the discretion of the Council. (c)Remuneration The current annual pay-scale is minimum €42,041 to max LSI2 €50,490. Holders of the post will be paid at the appropriate point on the salary scale in accordance with the relevant Department Circular. New entrants will commence on the minimum point on scale. (d)Base The base for the post of IS Technical Support Officer shall be the County House, Lifford. The role of IS Technical Support Officer may involve some travel, with some trips involving overnight stays and associated costs covered by the appropriate allowances. (e)Residence Holders of the post shall reside in the district in which their duties are to be performed or within a reasonable distance thereof. (f) Working Hours The normal hours of work will be 37 hours per week. The Council reserves the right to alter the hours of work from time to time. (g)Requirement to Drive Candidates shall be required: a. to possess a full current category B Driving Licence. b. to have their own vehicle available for use while performing their duties and the associated costs will be covered by the appropriate allowances.

30+ days ago

Information Systems Analyst / Developer

Donegal City CouncilDonegal€46,770 - €57,157 per yearFull-time

1. The Position The Council is seeking applications from suitably qualified candidates with relevant experience for the position of Information Systems Analyst / Developer. It is proposed to form a panel of qualified candidates from which any temporary vacancies which arise will be filled during the lifetime of the panel. The successful candidate shall report to the Head of Information Systems or Information Systems Project Leader or other appropriate person as determined by the Council from time to time. 2. Role, Duties & Responsibilities Donegal County Council is a large rural Local Authority with an extensive ICT infrastructure serving in excess of 100 locations countywide and 1100 employees. The Information Systems Department manages this network, one of the largest Local Authority networks in Ireland, as well as a corporate information systems programme designed to support Council internal work-programmes and customer services initiatives. The Information Systems Department also leads out on the development of countywide telecommunications and digital development targeted to support economic development and community enhancement. The Council is embarking on a major upgrade of its networking, communications and corporate software support architectures. To successfully deliver these initiatives the Council is seeking to recruit suitably skilled and experienced ICT personnel at various levels. Working under the direction of the Head of Information Systems and reporting to an IS Project Leader, the IS Analyst / Developer will be engaged in the planning, analysis, design, development, testing, documentation and implementation of new information systems. Projects can range from small applications involving a short timeframe to large projects of one or two years’ duration. The responsibilities assigned to I.S. Analyst Developer also include database / network administration, security management, software licence management, help desk management, data backups, and user support. Key Responsibilities The function and purpose of the systems team is primarily to assist in harnessing the capability of the broad range of software applications and technologies which the Council has invested in to support its business functions. Within this context, the team is also engaged in keeping up to date with emerging tools, skills, techniques and technologies and making recommendations as regards their introduction. The team is responsible for delivering on all aspects of the software life cycle from business analysis through design, specification and development of software applications using a variety of languages and platforms or managed outsourcing as well as user familiarisation and training. The role also extends into coordination, preparatory and integration work associated with national initiatives and systems rollout on a needs basis. The I.S. Analyst / Developer role also includes operational duties including the management of the IS Helpdesk, management of staff, financial management and reporting, utilising Office of Government Procurement frameworks, procurement of other goods & services and the management of maintenance contracts and subscription agreements. Duties The day to day duties of the post of Information Systems Analyst / Developer include, but are not limited to the following; • Business analysis, requirements gathering and specification of information systems and applications; • Development of line of business applications including testing and configuration management; • Development, maintenance and support of the Council’s corporate intranet and integration of browser-based applications; • Coordination, development and support of the Council’s extranets; • Implementation and support of in-house and 3rd party information systems; • Providing technical support and training to internal and external users including the elected members; • Data analytics including the collection, integration, analysis and management of information; • Managing the IS Helpdesk; • Management of Staff; • Utilising Office of Government Procurement Frameworks; • Procurement of other Goods and Services; • Management of Hardware and Software Maintenance Contracts; • Management of Microsoft tenancy and associated licensing under the Enterprise Agreement; • Management of Annual Software Subscription Agreements; • Other duties as required contributing to the delivery of annual Information Systems Operation Plans in Donegal County Council. This could include systems development/support, web development, Geographic Information Systems support and Infrastructure, Networks & Operations support. 3. Qualifications & Requirement of the Post The Minister for Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government has declared that the qualifications for the position of IS Analyst Developer shall be as set out hereunder. (a)Character Each candidate must be of good character. (b)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. (*Note Successful candidates will be required to undergo a medical examination carried out by the Council’s Occupational Medical advisor prior to appointment). (c)Education, Training, Experience etc. Each candidate must, on the latest date for receipt of completed application forms -i. (a) possess the N.C.C. Higher Diploma in Computer Studies or an equivalent accredited certified I.T. qualification, And (b) have satisfactory experience in an information technology environment, And (c) have satisfactory skills in at least one of the following areas: • Project Management, • Systems Implementation, • Programming or Applications Development, • Systems or Business Analysis, • Network Implementation, • Network Administration, • Geographical Information Systems, • Database Information, and • Team Leadership (d)Desirable requirements The following is desirable but not essential: • Practical experience in systems development and implementation; • Possess the flexibility to adapt and diversify within the IS structure to meet the challenges posed by a dynamic work environment. This includes the ability to work under pressure on own initiative, with minimum supervision and to tight timelines; • Be capable of working as part of a team; • Have strong analytical skills and a good understanding of business system architectures, together with customer service skills and the ability to produce formal documentation; • Experience in .NET Development (C#, ASP.NET, VB.NET); • Working knowledge of HTML5 and Javascript; • Experience in Microsoft SharePoint and MS Dynamics customisation; • Strong database administration skills with MS SQL Server; • A good understanding of Geographic Information Systems and technologies together with content management systems; • Have excellent administration, organisational, presentation and written skills and the ability to interact with staff at all levels in the organisation; • Good aptitude for financial management and reporting; • Strong project management skills; • Staff supervisory skills; • Well developed decision making abilities; • Capable of handling complex issues; • Ability to process work with a high level of attention to detail; • Ability to contribute to Operational Planning. 4. Particulars of the Post (a)General Donegal County Council proposes to create a panel of qualified candidates for the position of IS Analyst /Developer from which it will fill any temporary vacancies that may arise. (b)Probation The successful candidate shall be required to be on probation for an initial period, as determined by the Council. This period may be extended at the discretion of the Council. (c)Remuneration The current annual pay-scale is minimum €46,770 to max LSI2 €57,157. Holders of the post will be paid at the appropriate point on the salary scale in accordance with the relevant Department Circular. New entrants will commence on the minimum point on scale. (d)Base The base for the post of IS Analyst / Developer shall be the County House, Lifford. The role of IS Analyst / Developer may involve some travel, with some trips involving overnight stays and associated costs covered by the appropriate allowances. (e)Residence Holders of the post shall reside in the district in which their duties are to be performed or within a reasonable distance thereof. (f) Working Hours The normal hours of work will be 37 hours per week. The Council reserves the right to alter the hours of work from time to time. (g)Requirement to Drive Candidates shall be required: a. to possess a full current category B Driving Licence. b. to have their own vehicle available for use while performing their duties and the associated costs will be covered by the appropriate allowances.

30+ days ago

Defence Forces Reservist

Defence ForcesNationwidePart-time

Job Title: Defence Forces Reservist The Reserve Defence Force are a voluntary part time component to the Defence Forces who participate in Defence Forces training in their spare time. The Defence Forces require men and women from all backgrounds that possess a strong sense of duty, who want to learn new skills, broaden their life experiences and enjoy working as part of a team. Application details/procedure: Full details on http://military.ie Closing date: 31/10/2019 Please note that this advertisement is being hosted by the Public Appointments Service on publicjobs.ie. The Public Appointments Service has no involvement in,or responsibility for, the recruitment and selection process or the terms and conditions which relate to this post.

30+ days ago

Legal Internship 2020

PramericaLetterkenny, DonegalInternship

Pramerica’s Legal Department is seeking to recruit Legal Interns during three months in Summer 2020 to support various legal functions in the Legal Department. This program is a great way to gain experience in the legal field supporting the Law Department of Prudential Financial, Inc. (“Prudential”), a global financial services company. Interns will have the opportunity to be part of a dynamic team within a great environment, and add valuable work history to your CV. As an Intern you'll be tasked with assisting the legal team at Pramerica who provide legal support and services to attorneys in (i) the United States Business Law (“USBL”) group, which provides business specific legal support to the United States businesses of Prudential, including the non-insurance international operations of the US businesses and (ii) corporate legal areas, which provide legal services in areas such as employment and benefits law, technology and vendor contracting law, intellectual property law, and regulatory law.

25 days ago

Support Colleague-currys Pcw

Dixons CarphoneLetterkenny, Donegal€10 an hourPart-timePermanent

Store Support Colleague – Currys PC World Letterkenny Permanent Part Time 15-30 hours per week, with flexibility to work additional hours ROI €10.00 per hour There’s no feeling quite like uniting tech lovers everywhere and we get to do it every single day. Connecting our people, our customers and our partners. We’re a team of 41,000 colleagues working across nine countries to deliver excellence. Be part of framing the future with us. You’ll certainly feel proud when you see what you can achieve here. As a Store Support Colleague in Currys PC World, you’ll be keeping the store replenished and merchandised. You’ll be part of the team that enables customers to browse and purchase the latest technology, freeing up the sales team to get transactions through. No one will know the store quite like you. It’s a varied role that will see you working across deliveries, displays and at times helping our customers too. As part of this role, you’ll be responsible for: Beyond that, we’ll be with you every step of the way, enabling you to get the most out of your role. Training plans are a given, and you’ll have access to additional e-learning resources to really see your career develop in the way you want. We’re building a team that brings technology to people, making their lives better, easier and fuller, and you can be part of it.

24 days ago

Job Opportunities At Eirgrid

EirGrid GroupNationwide

We are transforming the power system for future generations. Be part of the change. At EirGrid, we manage, plan and develop the electricity grid, bringing power to everyone throughout the island of Ireland. Now, in support of government policy, we have made a commitment to significantly increase the amount of electricity we get from renewable sources. Work with us to reduce Ireland's reliance on fossil fuels and make decarbonisation a reality - while providing a safe and reliable electricity supply in a way that secures the future for those who follow us. The world is ready for change. If you are too, find out more bout new opportunities at www.eirgridgroup.com/about/careers

25 days ago
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