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Dutch Customer Service Representative (Dublin or Dundalk)

PayPal
Dublin
Full-time

Work in a vibrant English-speaking country while fast-tracking your international career working for a highly respected global brand! PayPal is looking for Dutch speakers to join our Customer Service and Collections Teams in Ireland (Dublin and Dundalk)!Our buzzing multicultural tech hubs in Dublin and Dundalk are home to almost 3,000 employees supporting PayPal customers in 19 different languages.What you will need to join the PayPal Team:· Fluent in Dutch and English (C1/C2 Level).· 1+ years of experience in Customer Service, Financial Services or a Contact Center environment.· The holder of an EU Passport, or the right to work in the EU (e.g. Stamp 4 Visa).· Experience working in a target driven / KPI environment.Why join PayPal...· We understand relocating can be difficult, so we offer a comprehensive relocation package*· We were recognised as one of the ‘Best Places to Work in Europe 2017’· We are hiring full-time permanent positions – enjoy job security while you help us revolutionise the payment industry!·  We offer a competitive salary and performance related bonus· Wellness is one of our core values, and we have an amazing benefits package that includes 25+ days paid annual leave, an education allowance, a company pension scheme & health insurance· We advocate professional development and offer international & domestic career progression opportunities.Not to forget…we also have a free onsite gym, a subsidised restaurant, food zones & games rooms, family fun days, active social groups and so much more...We look forward to your application!

4 days ago

Preschool Teacher / Early Years Educator

The Wind in the Willows Preschool
Dublin
€13.50 - €15 per hour
Full-time

The Wind in the Willows Preschool is looking for dedicated, creative and dynamic person to join our team.All applicants must have a minimum level 6/7/8 in Early Years or Montessori and some experience working with children. Level 7/8 would be an advantage.The ideal candidate will have:This is a 5 day week; Monday -Friday (8.45am-3.15pm) & a 38 week sessional postSalaryCompetitive salary and benefitsService profileA small, privately run preschool service adopting a child-centered approach . We deliver a play-based curriculum . We have three full-time staff and a operate a single large group, morning and afternoon. All of our children are either in the ECCE scheme or transfer in at some point in the year. Our facility is modern, spacious and very well-equipped and also has access to a large outdoor play areaJob Type: Full-time

12 days ago

Childcare Workers

Anchor Childcare Centre
Baldoyle, Dublin
Full-time
Part-time

Anchor Childcare CentreRacecourse Shopping CentreGrange Road, Baldoyle, Dublin 13 CURRENTLY RECRUITING: FULL TIME CHILDCARE WORKER & PART TIME CHILDCARE WORKER• Must have level 5 or 6 FETAC/QQI major award in Early Childhood Education• Must supply suitable references and be in a position to obtain Garda Vetting• Positions are supported under The Community Support ProgrammeApplication Forms available from:Anchor Childcare Centre, Racecourse Shopping Centre, Grange Road, Baldoyle, Dublin 13. Telephone: 8399025, Fax: 8394937 or E-mail: anchorchildcare@ eircom.netAnchor Childcare Centre is an Equal Opportunities EmployerThis project is funded by the Department of Rural and Community Development through the Community Services Programme.

29 days ago

Pasta and Pizza Chef

Fifty4 - Original Pasta Pizza Co Ltd
Skerries, Dublin
Full-time

Experienced pizza and pasta chef required for busy pizzeria in Skerries Co Dublin. We are looking for a positive and passionate chef with an excellent attitude to come join the team at Fifty440-45 hours a week with equal share of good tips.We are seeking a team player with good knowledge of dough preparation and working a busy oven. The successful candidate must have references and be ready for immediate start. Italian experience an advantage. Good opportunity to join a great team! Please note location is Skerries Co Dublin

29 days ago

German Customer Service Representative (Dublin or Dundalk)

PayPal
Dublin
Full-time

Work in a vibrant English-speaking country while fast-tracking your international career working for a highly respected global brand! PayPal is looking for German speakers to join our Customer Service and Collections Teams in Ireland (Dublin and Dundalk)! Our buzzing multicultural tech hubs in Dublin and Dundalk are home to almost 3,000 employees supporting PayPal customers in 19 different languages.What you will need to join the PayPal Team:· Fluent in German and English (C1/C2 Level).· 1+ years of experience in Customer Service, Financial Services or a Contact Center environment.· The holder of an EU Passport, or the right to work in the EU (e.g. Stamp 4 Visa).· Experience working in a target driven / KPI environment.Why join PayPal...· We understand relocating can be difficult, so we offer a comprehensive relocation package*· We were recognised as one of the ‘Best Places to Work in Europe 2017’· We are hiring full-time permanent positions – enjoy job security while you help us revolutionise the payment industry!· We offer a competitive salary and performance related bonus· Wellness is one of our core values, and we have an amazing benefits package that includes 25+ days paid annual leave, an education allowance, a company pension scheme & health insurance· We advocate professional development and offer international & domestic career progression opportunities.Not to forget…we also have a free onsite gym, a subsidised restaurant, food zones & games rooms, family fun days, active social groups and so much more...We look forward to your application!

4 days ago

HGV Mechanic

Fleetplan Hire Ltd
Finglas North, Dublin
Full-time

Fully Qualified HGV MechanicKey Responsibilities & Duties:• Carry out fault diagnosis, service, maintenance and repair of Company vehicles.• To work as part of a team, maintaining a good working relationship between colleagues.• To adhere to correct working procedures, highlighting any errors or safety issues promptly to Management• To keep the working area clean and tidy, reporting any Health and Safety issues promptly• Report faulty facility / equipment promptly• To participate in training and development programmes as required by the Company• To undertake any other duties or activities as requiredSkills Profile:• 2+ years post HGV apprenticeship experience or equivalent required• Computer literate• Excellent communication skills • Excellent attention to detail• Proven ability to work independently and with minimum supervision• Ability to work accurately and efficiently under challenging time constraints • HGV / PSV licence an advantageAbout the companyFleet plan Hire Ltd was founded in 2004 and has grown consistently year on year nationwide. We have a vast and varied customer base ranging from FMCG Groups to pharmaceutical, Engineering, Security, Transport & Logistic customers nationwide.

28 days ago

Staff Nurse (Multiple Specialties)

Beaumont Hospital
Dublin
€28,768 - €45,248 per year
Full-time
Permanent

Post Title: Staff Nurse Post Status: Permanent ContractDepartment: Various Departments; Beaumont HospitalLocation: Beaumont Hospital, Dublin 9. Beaumont Hospital is experiencing significant change and improvements, with multi million euro upgrades announced for various services such as our Emergency Department and Laboratory Directorate. As such, we are hiring for a permanent Staff Nurse to join our highly dynamic, evolving nursing team across multiple specialties. We offer a range of fantastic benefits, educational supports and an opportunity to advance your career in one of Ireland’s leading hospitals. Salary: Appointment will be made on Staff Nurse Grade (€28,768- €45,248) at a point in line with Government pay policy.Hours of work: Normal working hours are 39 worked over 5 days but the appointee will attend at such other times as are required for the proper discharge of the duties of the office. This may require attendance outside normal working hours.Shortlisting criteria:Beaumont Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer

10 days ago

CNM2 Infection Prevention and Control - Temporary Specified Purpose

Beaumont Hospital
Dublin
€49,056 - €57,995 per year
Full-time
Contract

Post Title: CNM2 Infection Prevention and Control Post Status: Temporary Specified Purpose Department: Dept of Clinical Microbiology Infection Prevention and Control Location: Beaumont Hospital, Dublin 9 Reports to: ADON Infection Prevention and Control Salary: Appointment will be made on CNM 2 Payscale (€49,056- €57,995) at a point in line with Government pay policy. Hours of work: Full time (39 hours per week)Closing Date: 12 Noon on Tuesday 26th February 2019Position Summary:Accountable to: Through the assistant director of nursing for infection prevention and control (ADON IPC) , to the director of nursing, working in close collaboration with the consultant clinical microbiologists.The clinical nurse manager 2 (CNM2), infection prevention & control (IPC) is responsible in collaboration with the CNM3, ADON IPC or deputy and the consultant clinical microbiologists for the prevention, surveillance, investigation and control of infection throughout the Hospital.While being accountable to the CNM3 and ADON IPC, the post holder will work in close collaboration with the consultant clinical microbiologist, other hospital managers and department heads to ensure quality infection prevention & control service is maintained. The post holder will be involved in education and quality control as well as data collection, analysis, audits and formulation of reports. As a member of the infection prevention & control team, the post holder will participate in the surveillance, education, audits, implementation and monitoring of infection control standards throughout the hospital.Principal Duties and Responsibilities:1. Clinical focus 1.1. Have responsibility for the monitoring, surveillance, the investigation, prevention and control of hospital-acquired infections. 1.2. Investigate outbreaks of infection with particular reference to their source and mode of spread. Collate outbreak reports and present to relevant committees (e.g., outbreak control team and infection prevention and control committee). 1.3. Advise on isolation procedures and support managers in supervising the implementation of such techniques in specific situations. 1.4. Evaluate regularly prevention/control of infection measures in specific situations with a view to advising on continuous improvement. 1.5. Advise relevant staff of individual patients with infectious conditions. 1.6. Explain laboratory reports relevant to the prevention/control of infection to staff. 1.7. Collect relevant clinical and epidemiological data to assist the infection control team. 1.8. Act as specialist advisor to all staff where relevant in matters relating to infection prevention/control. 1.9. Advise medical/nursing personnel regarding patient placement to minimise the spread of infection and the implementation of agreed guidelines in their specific areas. 1.10. Participate in infection prevention/control and hygiene audits and complete reports against agreed guidelines. 1.11. Provide feedback and support staff in developing and implementation of actions plans where necessary. 1.12. Provide a high level of professional and clinical leadership. 1.13. Provide safe, comprehensive nursing care to patient within the guidelines laid down by the Nursing & Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI) and Health Protection Surveillance Centre. 1.14. Manage own caseload in accordance with the needs of the post. 1.15. Participate in teams/meetings/committees as appropriate, communicating and working in co-operation with the other team members. 1.16. Maintain nursing records in accordance with local service and professional standards. 1.17. Operate within the scope of practice. Seek advice and assistance from his/her line manager on any cases or issues that prove to be beyond the scope of his/her professional competence in line with principles of best practice and clinical governance. 1.18. Take a proactive role in the formation and provision of evidence based policies, procedures, protocols and guidelines (PPPGs) relating to infection prevention and control. 1.19. Take a proactive role in ensuring the service for patients regarding infection prevention/control is in line with HIQA Standards. 1.20. Advise staff on issues relating to decontamination.2. Education & Training2.1. Maintain clinical competence and engage in continuing professional development by keeping up to date with literature, research and new developments in nursing management education and practice and attend staff study days as considered appropriate.2.2. Liaise with the staff of the microbiology department in organising and conducting microbiological and epidemiological surveys and participating in research relevant to infection control.2.3. Participate in the education and training programmes and exchange of learning opportunities on infection prevention/control for all grades of staff.2.4. Advise staff on issues relating to decontamination.2.5. Organise studies of new techniques and equipment and collating the critical comments of the staff who have been asked to participate in trials of this nature.2.6. Be familiar with the curriculum training programme for student nurses and be aware of the clinical experience required to meet the needs of the programme.2.7. Participate in the identification, development and delivery of induction, education, training and development programmes for all staff.2.8. Provide education and training to front-line staff where appropriate and in conjunction with managers.2.9. Engage in performance review processes including personal development planning as appropriate.2.10. Develop and maintain links with national and regional Infection prevention and control networks to support the design, development and delivery of education programmes and PPPGs.2.11. Undertake infection prevention and control risk assessments of clinical areas and assist in the development of a quality improvement plans to address deficits. 3. Audit and Research3.1. Conduct on-going surveillance using appropriate definitions, documentation, and investigation of hospital-associated infections (HCAIs) through review of admission diagnoses, microbiology culture results, isolation orders, patient records, consultation requests, and post-discharge surveillance.3.2. Regularly collate and record relevant data and information/compile and interpret surveillance reports for infection prevention and control team and committee. 3.3. Participate in quality improvement activities by assessing, monitoring, and measuring HCAI rates, evaluating outcomes on a continuous basis.3.4. Identify, critically analyse, disseminate and integrate best evidence relating to infection control to ensure the provision of informed evidence based practice.3.5. Contribute to the implementation and assessment of quality management initiatives/programmes in line with HIQA standards and HCAI and the HSE’s AMR Clinical Programme.3.6. Identify, initiate and conduct nursing and MDT audit and research projects relevant to IC practice and use outcomes to improve service provision.4. Communication 4.1. Evaluate information, problem solve and make appropriate decisions based on evidence relating to infection prevention and control. 4.2. Engage in skilled, compassionate, individualised and timely communication with patients, families, carers and members of the multidisciplinary team. 4.3. Deliver information in a clear and concise manner to staff, committees, external groups (e.g., public health). 4.4. Write reports for the infection prevention and control team and committee and other groups as appropiate. 5. Leadership 5.1. Provide leadership in clinical practice and act as a resource and role model for infection prevention/control practice.5.2. Provide staff leadership and motivation which is conducive to good working relations and work performance.5.3. Promote a culture that values diversity and respect in the workplace.5.4. Formulate, implement and evaluate service plans and budgets in co-operation with the wider healthcare team.5.5. Participate in the writing of reports on infectious diseases including outbreaks.5.6. Promote, facilitate and participate in the formation/development and implementation of policies for the infection prevention/control with the other members of the infection prevention/control team and with senior nursing staff. Monitor as appropriate and lead on proactive improvement.This will include:-(i) Defining areas of special risk(ii) Infection control policies and procedures5.7. Serve on committees within the hospital as appropriate5.8. Attend regional meetings as required/professional meetings and conferences in matters relation to infection prevention/control5.9. Liaise with other heath service providers in the development and on-going delivery of the national clinical programme model of care.5.10. Advise on recent advances in infection prevention/control5.11. Lead and implement change in relation to infection prevention and control practice 5.12. Ensure compliance with legal requirements, policies and procedures affecting patients, staff and other hospital matters.6. Administrative:-6.1. Ensures correct completion of records and reports relevant to infection prevention & control.6.2. Attends multi-disciplinary meetings as required.6.3. Participates as a member of various committees and advises them in relation to infection prevention and control.7. Self Development:-7.1. Reads current literature and recent research in relation to infection prevention & control 7.2. Attends seminars/conferences and is aware of new developments in nursing management and infection prevention and control.7.3. Participates in training programmes in information systems in order to facilitate development of information technology and computerisation.Selection Criteria: Selection criteria outline the qualifications, skills, knowledge and/or experience that the successful candidate would need to demonstrate for successful discharge of the responsibilities of the post. Applications will be assessed on the basis of how well candidates satisfy these criteria.Mandatory:• Be registered in the relevant division of the Register of Nurses kept by The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland or be entitled to be so registered• A minimum of 5 years post registration experience with relevant experience in infection control nursingDesirable:• A post graduate qualification in infection prevention control nursing, OR be in the process of undertaking same. • Competent and confident IT skills (Word, Excel, Power Point and e-mail) are desirable • A management course is desirableFurther Information for Candidates:Supplementary information:The Hospital: www.beaumont.ie Management Unit: www.beaumont.ie/hr Informal Enquiries ONLY to:Name: Fionnuala Duffy Title: CNM3 IPC Email address: fionnualaduffy@beaumont.ie Telephone: 018098746A shortlisting exercise may carried out on the basis of information supplied in your application. The criteria for ranking and or short listing are based on the requirements of the post as outlined in the eligibility criteria and skills, competencies and/or knowledge section of this job specification. Beaumont Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer

9 days ago

CNM2 Infection Prevention and Control - Permanent

Beaumont Hospital
Dublin
€49,056 - €57,995 per year
Full-time
Permanent

Post Title: CNM2 Infection Prevention and Control Post Status: Permanent Department: Dept of Clinical Microbiology Infection Prevention and Control Location: Beaumont Hospital, Dublin 9 Reports to: ADON Infection Prevention and Control Salary: Appointment will be made on CNM 2 Payscale (€49,056- €57,995) at a point in line with Government pay policy. Hours of work: Full time (39 hours per week)Closing Date: 12 Noon on Tuesday 26th February 2019Position Summary:Accountable to: Through the assistant director of nursing for infection prevention and control (ADON IPC) , to the director of nursing, working in close collaboration with the consultant clinical microbiologists.The clinical nurse manager 2 (CNM2), infection prevention & control (IPC) is responsible in collaboration with the CNM3, ADON IPC or deputy and the consultant clinical microbiologists for the prevention, surveillance, investigation and control of infection throughout the Hospital.While being accountable to the CNM3 and ADON IPC, the post holder will work in close collaboration with the consultant clinical microbiologist, other hospital managers and department heads to ensure quality infection prevention & control service is maintained. The post holder will be involved in education and quality control as well as data collection, analysis, audits and formulation of reports. As a member of the infection prevention & control team, the post holder will participate in the surveillance, education, audits, implementation and monitoring of infection control standards throughout the hospital.Principal Duties and Responsibilities:1.Clinical focus 1.1. Have responsibility for the monitoring, surveillance, the investigation, prevention and control of hospital-acquired infections. 1.2. Investigate outbreaks of infection with particular reference to their source and mode of spread. Collate outbreak reports and present to relevant committees (e.g., outbreak control team and infection prevention and control committee). 1.3. Advise on isolation procedures and support managers in supervising the implementation of such techniques in specific situations. 1.4. Evaluate regularly prevention/control of infection measures in specific situations with a view to advising on continuous improvement. 1.5. Advise relevant staff of individual patients with infectious conditions. 1.6. Explain laboratory reports relevant to the prevention/control of infection to staff. 1.7. Collect relevant clinical and epidemiological data to assist the infection control team. 1.8. Act as specialist advisor to all staff where relevant in matters relating to infection prevention/control. 1.9. Advise medical/nursing personnel regarding patient placement to minimise the spread of infection and the implementation of agreed guidelines in their specific areas. 1.10. Participate in infection prevention/control and hygiene audits and complete reports against agreed guidelines. 1.11. Provide feedback and support staff in developing and implementation of actions plans where necessary. 1.12. Provide a high level of professional and clinical leadership. 1.13. Provide safe, comprehensive nursing care to patient within the guidelines laid down by the Nursing & Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI) and Health Protection Surveillance Centre. 1.14. Manage own caseload in accordance with the needs of the post. 1.15. Participate in teams/meetings/committees as appropriate, communicating and working in co-operation with the other team members. 1.16. Maintain nursing records in accordance with local service and professional standards. 1.17. Operate within the scope of practice. Seek advice and assistance from his/her line manager on any cases or issues that prove to be beyond the scope of his/her professional competence in line with principles of best practice and clinical governance. 1.18. Take a proactive role in the formation and provision of evidence based policies, procedures, protocols and guidelines (PPPGs) relating to infection prevention and control. 1.19. Take a proactive role in ensuring the service for patients regarding infection prevention/control is in line with HIQA Standards. 1.20. Advise staff on issues relating to decontamination.2.Education & Training2.1. Maintain clinical competence and engage in continuing professional development by keeping up to date with literature, research and new developments in nursing management education and practice and attend staff study days as considered appropriate.2.2. Liaise with the staff of the microbiology department in organising and conducting microbiological and epidemiological surveys and participating in research relevant to infection control.2.3. Participate in the education and training programmes and exchange of learning opportunities on infection prevention/control for all grades of staff.2.4. Advise staff on issues relating to decontamination.2.5. Organise studies of new techniques and equipment and collating the critical comments of the staff who have been asked to participate in trials of this nature.2.6. Be familiar with the curriculum training programme for student nurses and be aware of the clinical experience required to meet the needs of the programme.2.7. Participate in the identification, development and delivery of induction, education, training and development programmes for all staff.2.8. Provide education and training to front-line staff where appropriate and in conjunction with managers.2.9. Engage in performance review processes including personal development planning as appropriate.2.10. Develop and maintain links with national and regional Infection prevention and control networks to support the design, development and delivery of education programmes and PPPGs.2.11. Undertake infection prevention and control risk assessments of clinical areas and assist in the development of a quality improvement plans to address deficits. 3.Audit and Research3.1. Conduct on-going surveillance using appropriate definitions, documentation, and investigation of hospital-associated infections (HCAIs) through review of admission diagnoses, microbiology culture results, isolation orders, patient records, consultation requests, and post-discharge surveillance.3.2. Regularly collate and record relevant data and information/compile and interpret surveillance reports for infection prevention and control team and committee. 3.3. Participate in quality improvement activities by assessing, monitoring, and measuring HCAI rates, evaluating outcomes on a continuous basis.3.4. Identify, critically analyse, disseminate and integrate best evidence relating to infection control to ensure the provision of informed evidence based practice.3.5. Contribute to the implementation and assessment of quality management initiatives/programmes in line with HIQA standards and HCAI and the HSE’s AMR Clinical Programme.3.6. Identify, initiate and conduct nursing and MDT audit and research projects relevant to IC practice and use outcomes to improve service provision.4. Communication 4.1. Evaluate information, problem solve and make appropriate decisions based on evidence relating to infection prevention and control. 4.2. Engage in skilled, compassionate, individualised and timely communication with patients, families, carers and members of the multidisciplinary team. 4.3. Deliver information in a clear and concise manner to staff, committees, external groups (e.g., public health). 4.4. Write reports for the infection prevention and control team and committee and other groups as appropiate.5. Leadership 5.1. Provide leadership in clinical practice and act as a resource and role model for infection prevention/control practice.5.2. Provide staff leadership and motivation which is conducive to good working relations and work performance.5.3. Promote a culture that values diversity and respect in the workplace.5.4. Formulate, implement and evaluate service plans and budgets in co-operation with the wider healthcare team.5.5. Participate in the writing of reports on infectious diseases including outbreaks.5.6. Promote, facilitate and participate in the formation/development and implementation of policies for the infection prevention/control with the other members of the infection prevention/control team and with senior nursing staff. Monitor as appropriate and lead on proactive improvement.This will include:-(i) Defining areas of special risk(ii) Infection control policies and procedures5.7. Serve on committees within the hospital as appropriate5.8. Attend regional meetings as required/professional meetings and conferences in matters relation to infection prevention/control5.9. Liaise with other heath service providers in the development and on-going delivery of the national clinical programme model of care.5.10. Advise on recent advances in infection prevention/control5.11. Lead and implement change in relation to infection prevention and control practice 5.12. Ensure compliance with legal requirements, policies and procedures affecting patients, staff and other hospital matters.6. Administrative:-6.1. Ensures correct completion of records and reports relevant to infection prevention & control.6.2. Attends multi-disciplinary meetings as required.6.3. Participates as a member of various committees and advises them in relation to infection prevention and control.7. Self Development:-7.1. Reads current literature and recent research in relation to infection prevention & control 7.2. Attends seminars/conferences and is aware of new developments in nursing management and infection prevention and control.7.3. Participates in training programmes in information systems in order to facilitate development of information technology and computerisation.Selection Criteria: Selection criteria outline the qualifications, skills, knowledge and/or experience that the successful candidate would need to demonstrate for successful discharge of the responsibilities of the post. Applications will be assessed on the basis of how well candidates satisfy these criteria.Mandatory:• Be registered in the relevant division of the Register of Nurses kept by The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland or be entitled to be so registered• A minimum of 5 years post registration experience with relevant experience in infection control nursing.• A post graduate qualification in infection prevention control nursing, OR be in the process of undertaking same.Desirable:• Competent and confident IT skills (Word, Excel, Power Point and e-mail) are desirable • A management course is desirable.Further Information for Candidates:Supplementary information:The Hospital: www.beaumont.ie Management Unit: www.beaumont.ie/hr Informal Enquiries ONLY to:Name: Fionnuala Duffy Title: CNM3 IPC Email address: fionnualaduffy@beaumont.ie Telephone: 018098746A shortlisting exercise may carried out on the basis of information supplied in your application. The criteria for ranking and or short listing are based on the requirements of the post as outlined in the eligibility criteria and skills, competencies and/or knowledge section of this job specification. Beaumont Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer

8 days ago

Clinical Specialist Radiographer Mammography

Beaumont Hospital
Dublin
€51,608 - €60,959 per year
Full-time

Post Title: Clinical Specialist Radiographer Mammography Post Status: Specified Purpose/TemporaryDepartment: Imaging and Interventional Radiology DirectorateLocation: Beaumont Hospital, Dublin 9 Reports to: Radiography Services Manager II Salary: Appointment will be made on Clinical Specialist Radiographer salary scale (€51,608 - €60,959) at a point in line with Government pay policy. Hours of work: Full-Time Closing Date: 12 Noon on 28th February 2019Position Summary:The Clinical Specialist Radiographer in Breast Imaging is responsible for the effective management of the Breast Imaging department reporting to the Radiography Services Manager.This position requires the ability to lead, guide and supervise staff; the ability to manage in a rapidly changing environment and the willingness to undertake additional duties as may be assigned from time to time.Principal Duties and Responsibilities:Reporting to the Radiography Services Manager II and his/her deputy, the position of Clinical Specialist Radiographer requires an ability to lead, guide and supervise Radiographic staff in the assigned area and to successfully manage service delivery on a day to day basis. Ability to manage in a rapidly changing environment and willingness to undertake such additional duties as may be assigned from time to time is essential.To carry out the duties appropriate to a Radiographer in relation to the assigned area and other areawithin the Radiology Department, including the provision of an on-call service if required.To attend at such time and such places as may be fixed by the Chief Executive or designated officer and to remain in attendance there so long as his/her services are required.To carry out his/her duties under the supervision of the Radiography Services Manager and his/her deputy or such other person designated for that purpose by the Chief Executive or designated officer.OPERATIONS: -• Be responsible as team leader on a day to day basis for ensuring the delivery of a caring Breast imaging service to the patients.• To be accountable for the quality of the service provided, including customer service and technical aspects.• To lead in the development and implementation of operational policies, protocols and guidelines in consultation with Radiography Service Manager and other stakeholders. • To ensure optimum utilisation of resources and systematic audit of such usage. • To participate and advise on the equipment selection, purchase, replacement or upgrading process.• To contribute to the preparation of plans for the service and monitor and report on their implementation. Implement and maintain accurate information systems for clinical data in accordance with hospital standards.• To maintain accurate records of equipment service, maintenance, malfunction, downtime and performance as required and co-ordinate preventative maintenance schedules in accordance with clinical demand, including all ancillary equipment.• To maintain an up to date knowledge of clinical, technical and radiographic developments in relation to assigned area and promote awareness of new developments. Ensure that best practices are implemented and maintained.• To develop an environment that is conducive to learning and encourages continual professional development for all staff.• Contribute to financial planning and ensure that appropriate budgetary procedures are implemented.• Demonstrate a flexible approach to scheduling of cases particularly to facilitate urgent cases as necessary.• To attend meetings as may be requested by the Radiography Services Manager II or Radiography Services Manager I and keep staff briefed on developments.PERSONNEL: -• To participate in consultation with the Radiography Services Manager II and Radiography Services Manager I as required in human resource planning, recruitment and selection of staff.• To support the Radiography Services Manager II and Radiography Services Manager I in the implementation of initiatives aimed at on-going service development and improvement.• To promote and maintain a safe environment for staff and patients. Assist in the development and implementation of risk management and health and safety strategies in association with the Radiography Services Manager II and Radiography Services Manager I.• To develop and maintain a training function as may be required in relation to qualified staff and/or trainees and students. Supervise and assess all training as required. Based on that assessment inform the Radiography Services Manager II and Radiography Services Manager I of the progress of each individual throughout their training.• To motivate team members.• To report to the Radiography Services Manager II and Radiography Services Manager I on human resource issues.• To adhere to all departmental policies including sick leave policy and dress code.• To liase and communicate effectively with all members of the breast care team.QA:-• To investigate and take appropriate action in accordance with hospital policy in relation to complaints, accidents and incidents.• Participate in clinical audit• To ensure that all hospital policies and relevant legislation on radiation safety is understood by staff and complied with.• To ensure all hospital policies on infection control, health and safety etc., are understood by staff and complied with.• To implement, maintain and clearly document a quality assurance programme for the assigned area.• Ensure that HIQA standards are understood by staff. Ensure compliance with the standards and monitor compliance with these standard.• To provide statistical analysis of activity to both the Radiography Service Manager and Quality and Safety. • 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.Selection Criteria: Selection criteria outline the qualifications, skills, knowledge and/or experience that the successful candidate would need to demonstrate for successful discharge of the responsibilities of the post. Applications will be assessed on the basis of how well candidates satisfy these criteria.Mandatory:1. Statutory Registration, Professional Qualifications, Experience, etc.(a) Candidates for appointment must:(i) Be registered, or be eligible for registration, on the Radiography Division of the Radiographers Register maintained by the Radiographers Registration Board at CORU. (https://www.coru.ie/)And(ii) Have not less than 6 years full time (or an aggregate of 6 years) posts qualification clinical experience.And(iii) Possess a recognised postgraduate course relevant to the specialism (Quality & Qualifications Ireland Level 9) as recognised by the IIRRT and have no less than 4 years practical clinical experience working in the speciality. Practical clinical experience will include time assigned to work in the relevant specialist area but needs to comply with the following breakdown:• Pre commencement of a postgraduate course (maximum of 1 year* allowed);• Time spent completing the post graduate course (maximum of 1 year** allowed);• A minimum of 2 years’ experience* following completion of a postgraduate course.*A minimum of 12 weeks assigned to work in the relevant specialised area will be required for each relevant year to be counted.**The research component of a postgraduate programme will count towards the post course time once the Radiographer has successfully completed the taught components of the programme.And(iv) Requisite Knowledge & AbilityPossess the requisite knowledge and ability (including a high standard of suitability, management, leadership and professional ability) for the proper discharge of the duties of the office.And(v) Provide proof of Statutory Registration on the Radiography Division of the Radiographers Register maintained by the Radiographers Registration Board at CORU before a contract of employment can be issued.2. Annual registration(i) On appointment practitioners must maintain annual registration on the relevant division of the Radiographers Register maintained by the Radiographers Registration Board at CORU.And(ii) Practitioners must confirm annual registration with CORU to the HSE by way of the annual Patient Safety Assurance Certificate (PSAC).3. AgeAge restriction shall only apply to a candidate where s/he is not classified as a new entrant (within the meaning of the Public Service Superannuation (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 2004). A candidate who is not classified as a new entrant must be under 65 years of age on the first day of the month in which the latest date for receiving completed application forms for the office occurs.4. HealthCandidates 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.5. CharacterCandidates for and any person holding the office must be of good character.Further Information for Candidates:Supplementary information:The Hospital: www.beaumont.ieManagement Unit: www.beaumont.ie/hrOther (Please specify): Informal Enquiries ONLY to:Name: Sean McArt Title: Radiography Service Manager II Email address: seanmcart@beaumont.ie Telephone: 01 8092238 Beaumont Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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