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Care Assistants - Full Training Provided - Dublin North / City

Home Instead Senior CareDublinFull-timePart-time

Home Instead Senior Care Fairview is currently recruiting for CAREGivers - in Dublin 1, 3, 5, 7 and 13 - Full Training Provided. Home Instead Senior Care is Ireland’s largest home care organisation assisting the elderly community in their own homes. We provide a wide range of services including; companionship, meal preparation, household duties, personal care, medication reminders, errands and sometimes transport.  We are looking for compassionate carers to join our dedicated care team. In return we offer: · Highly competitive pay rates · Excellent working conditions (access to fuel card, tax saver schemes, further education, excellent team to help you with your role) · Flexible hours and working locations · 24/7 office based support  · Recognition for outstanding work If you would like to join our team of dedicated CAREGivers, and be a part of an industry leader please apply today.

26 days ago

Vodafone Field Sales Representative

SalesSense InternationalNationwide€19,250Full-timeEntry level

The successful Candidate will operate as a Sales Executive for the residential market (B2C) on behalf of Vodafone in a defined geographical area selling television packages, fixed lines & broadband to homes. You will play an essential part in the growth of our business whilst representing one of the most recognisable brands in the world. You will be required to deliver results in line with individual, team and overall business objectives. This is a full-time position, Mon – Fri. Full, paid, classroom style training is provided for the successful candidate. Many of our most successful sales representatives have come from a variety of different backgrounds, not just sales, which is why we hire for attitude and train for success. If you are a self-starter with a great attitude and the determination to create your own success story, then you will excel in this role with the guidance and award winning training offered by SalesSense Benefits

25 days ago

Wind Turbine Technicians (Entry and Experienced Level)

WindhoistNationwideFull-timeEntry level

Do you have skills developed from working in the farming industry? If so, you can use those skills to transition your career to work in one of today’s fastest growing industries. Windhoist, one of the world’s leading wind turbine installation contractors, has immediate opportunities available for Entry level and Experienced Wind Turbine Technicians. Working with Windhoist will afford you the opportunity to gain globally recognised skills, qualifications and experience in the rapidly growing renewables sector ensuring employment for your future. If you are physically strong and are not afraid of hard work, an ambitious self-starter with a strong work ethic then Windhoist is the employer for you. Rate of pay commensurate with experience based on a progressive scale. Candidates should be willing to work outside of Ireland for up to four weeks at a time. Immediate start for the right candidates.

9 days ago

Logistics Associate Apprentice


Role Overview: The Logistics Associate Apprenticeship programme is due to be launched in Dublin this September. The programme offers participants a two year learning journey where they will be based in DHL Express, Dublin Airport Logistics Park, St. Margaret’s, Co Dublin. As part of the learning process apprentices will complete a level 6 NFQ course in logistics in a TUD (formally DIT). The programme will be split as 4 days in DHL Express, Dublin Airport Logistics Park, St. Margaret’s, Co Dublin and one day in college. This programme is suited for individuals who may be looking to enter the world of logistics or develop their current knowledge of the industry. Key Accountabilities: Understand the End to End Logistics process at DHL Express Ireland Limited Gain exposure to the five key areas of the business including Sales, Customer Services, Network Operations, Finance & Information Technology (IT) Develop understanding of Sales Product and Customer Portfolio’s, sales structures and territories Familiarisation with all aspects of customer service function and understand ICCC culture and NPA and systems approach Participate in daily operational tasks in network operations function including courier & warehouse operations, security and Health & Safety Gain exposure and understanding in terms of compliance with custom duties, controls, tariff, international conventions and agreements Review and screen applications against denied parties and ensure compliance with Department of Transport (DOT) Familiarisation in terms of prohibited and restricted commodities Monitor records of all shipment activities, documenting procedures, guidelines and changes in procedures for reference purposes Support Fleet and Facilities team to ensure audit compliance Participate in daily tasks within Finance function including billing, invoicing, credit control and query handling Create a safe working environment for yourself and other employees by adhering to safety measures to prevent accident and complications that may arise during work. Develop an understanding of the IT function and how this supports the local and global DHL operational network Assisting team with all logistics relevant activities Project support and any other ad hoc tasks as required Learning Outcomes: The Logistics Associate role involves acquiring the knowledge, skills and competence to carry out the core tasks/responsibilities within the transport and logistics industry in order to support the business needs and develop skills to prepare for future career opportunities. Knowledge Specialised knowledge across a variety of areas associated with: Understanding of the Supply Chain with particular focus on the modes of distribution including Air, Road and Sea Understand the role of supply chain management in relation to the overall business improvement process Logistics and supply chain management overview Understand the importance of customer service for logistics and supply chain and implementing its effective management Management (communications, accounting, planning) Understand the competencies required in an international trade & customs environment (Review the role and function of Customs in an era of International Trade, Globalisation, EU Single Market and Brexit) Knowledge of how to set up a distribution network within the demand & supply chain. Skills Ability to use information systems and computers. Ability to apply management techniques to measure performance and make recommendations to improve business performance. The ability to be aware of the changing needs of the customers and how to adapt to these changes. The ability to apply best practice techniques to a range of logistical contexts and situations. Ability to work as part of a team. Recognise the advantages and disadvantages that alternative distribution/warehousing configurations can provide. The ability to understand and approach a range of technical and managerial approaches. Competencies Excellent verbal and written communication skills Fluent in English Integrity Effective time management Ability to deliver results Problem solving Innovation and Creativity PC Literate Understand how to be an effective Team member. Ability to work on own initiative. Adaptability Customer focused Strong planning and organising skills Self-driven Minimum Entry Requirements: Minimum entry requirements are a grade H7/O6 or above in five leaving certificate (or equivalent) subjects. A minimum of grade O6 must be obtained in English. A minimum of grade O6 or a B2 or above in Foundation level must be obtained in Mathematics. Holders of a QQI Level 5 or Level 6 (or equivalent) in cognate areas (e.g. business, Logistics and Distribution, supply chain management, etc.) can apply for entry onto the programme. Applicants may also be eligible to become apprentices via Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). RPL processes require the applicant to provide evidence of appropriate past learning, whether that is certified or experiential learning. In some cases it may be sufficient for the applicant to provide copies of appropriate certificates. In other cases there may be a self-assessment exercise, preparation of a file or ‘portfolio’ of appropriate evidence of learning, an interview, and perhaps a demonstration or assessment task. See for example the RPL process used by Dublin Institute of Technology, the coordinating provider for the Logistics Associate apprenticeship

14 days ago
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