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Virtue Integrated Elder Care - The Four Ferns Nursing HomeFoxrock, DublinFull-timePermanent

The Four Ferns (Opening November 2019). Due to the ongoing developments within our organisation we are currently recruiting for qualified and experienced professionals to join our new Four Ferns Nursing Home. Our team is passionate about improving the quality of life of our residents and place a strong importance on social, physical and mental stimulation. We deliver exceptional experiences, with a range of leisure activities and external excursions, tailored around our resident’s interests and needs. Please visit for further more details in reference to the nursing home. Applications are currently invited from suitably experienced and qualified candidates for the following posts: For details pertaining to these positions please contact Radek Warchola, Group HR Manager at hr @ or apply with your CV through jobalert website specifying which post you wish to apply for. Why work for us? Teamwork and excellent provision of care are our trademarks. We off er flexible work practices, a friendly and homely working atmosphere, promotional, learning and developmental opportunities. We pride ourselves with exceptional resident care which stands at the forefront of our core values.  Being a leader and specialising in the Care of the Older Person, providing a working environment focused on personal development, teamwork and wellbeing Virtue Integrated Elder Care is the employer of choice. Join us and experience what it means to be at the forefront of excellent care.

12 days ago

Board Secretary Grade VII

Oberstown Children Detention CampusLusk, Dublin€48,980 - €63,671 per yearFull-time

Board Secretary (Grade VII) in the Oberstown Children Detention Campus Job Title and Grade: Board Secretary (Grade VII) Competition Reference: BS 15/08 Closing Date: Monday 9th September 2019 @ 3:00pm Location of Post: Oberstown, Lusk, Co Dublin Employer The person appointed will be employed by the Board of Management of the Oberstown Children Detention Campus. The role of the Board Secretary The secretary will provide support to the Board of Management of Oberstown Children Detention Campus to ensure it operates and develops in full compliance with statutory and regulatory requirements including the Code of Practice for the Governance of State Bodies 2016. The Secretary will support to the Board in fulfilling its governance responsibilities, including matters of audit, risk and financial controls. Reporting Relationship The person appointed to the position of Board Secretary will work with and be accountable to the Business and Compliance Manager or his/her delegate. Principal Duties and Responsibilities The role of the secretary of the Board is to lead and develop the Board of Management, supporting its operation in full compliance with the highest standards of governance As secretary to the Board of Oberstown Children Detention Campus, the person will fulfil all functions as set out in the Code of Practice for the Governance of State Bodies and governance policy including, but not limited to: 1. Board Meetings: o Supporting the Chairperson of the Board to develop and implement a Board work programme, ensuring delivery of actions between meetings and supporting the ongoing and strategic development of the Board’s activity o Planning, organising and attending board meetings, organising clear and appropriate papers and preparing detailed fit for purpose minutes as directed 2. Corporate Governance: o Ensure operation of the Board in compliance with applicable law, governance and other statutory and regulatory obligations, along with compliance in internal governance and management policies and procedures in order to ensure that Oberstown complies with the highest standards of governance Maintain all registers required under legislation and statutory instruments, including the register of Board members’ interest as per the Ethics in Public Office Acts o Continually review developments in corporate governance, facilitating the proper induction and adequate training of members of the Board into their role, advising and assisting the members of the Board in respect of their duties and responsibilities, acting as a channel of information and communication for the members of the Board o Ensure that the members of the Board are informed as to their legal responsibilities and are familiar with the requirements of company law, statutory requirements and other provisions and bring to the attention of Board members legal and other changes that affect their duties and responsibilities 3. Performance review o Lead the annual self-effectiveness review for the Board of Management and ensure all performance management reviews are undertaken when required for the Board, committees and CEO/Director 4. Reporting duties o Oversee management of the statutory obligations of Oberstown Children Detention Campus submissions including annual reports, statement of internal controls, comprehensive report by the chairperson, annual returns and financial statements o Support the development and implementation of information flow protocols and oversight agreements / performance delivery agreements between the Board of Management and its stakeholders including the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, the Irish Youth Justice Service, Tusla and the Education and Training Board/Department of Education and Skills o Attend internal and external working group meetings and conferences on behalf of the Board of Management and ensure that the Board of Management is kept abreast of developments and make a contribution to relevant consultation processes. The above Job Description is not intended to be a comprehensive list of all duties involved and consequently, the post holder may be required to perform other duties as appropriate to the post which may be assigned to him/her from time to time and to contribute to the development of the post while in office. Eligibility Criteria/Post Specific Requirements Qualifications, Experience and knowledge:  Educated to degree level, ICSA qualified or part qualified.  A minimum 3 years’ experience gained working at board secretary level is desirable but not (necessary), preferably in the Public Sector.  Possess expert knowledge of corporate governance and best practice generally, including an up to date working knowledge of the Public Sector  Have a proven track record of significant achievements at a level that demonstrates the necessary leadership, management and interpersonal skills required for this role  The ability to work effectively with a diverse range of stakeholders in a fast-paced high performing environment. Skills and Special Attributes Professional Knowledge & Experience Demonstrate:  An in-depth knowledge and understanding of public sector governance principles, legislation and best practice, and an ability to evidence application of this knowledge in a complex organisation and environment  Knowledge and understanding of risk management systems, processes and their application in the workplace, including board assurance frameworks Communications & Interpersonal Skills Demonstrate:  Excellent communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to present information in a clear and concise manner  Strong written communications skills Planning & Managing Resources Demonstrate:  Excellent planning and organisational skills including an ability to use information technology effectively  The ability to manage deadlines and effectively handle multiple tasks.  The ability to manage within allocated resources and a capacity to respond to changes in a plan Evaluating Information, Problem Solving & Decision Making Demonstrate:  Flexibility, problem solving and initiative skills including the ability to adapt to change  The ability to appropriately analyse and interpret information, develop solutions and contribute to decisions quickly and accurately as appropriate  The ability to recognise when it is appropriate to refer decisions to a higher level of management Team Working Demonstrate:  The ability to work as part of a team and to establish a good working relationship with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders  The ability to work independently on own initiative and as part of a team Commitment to a Quality Service Demonstrate:  Great attention to detail and high levels of accuracy  Awareness and appreciation of the customer  A commitment to maintaining high work standards  A commitment to providing a quality service and customer service skills Driving Licence Successful candidates will be required to hold a current full clean manual Driving Licence – Category B, prior to commencement of employment. Health A candidate must be fully competent and capable of undertaking the duties attached to the position and be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service. Character Each candidate must be of good character. Age Age restrictions shall only apply to a candidate where s/he is not classified as a new entrant (within the meaning of the Public Service Superannuation Act 2004). A candidate who is not classified as a new entrant must be under 65 years of age. Communication Candidates must have a good command of the English language. MORE INFORMATION AVAILABLE BY HITTING THE APPLY NOW BUTTON

10 days ago

Consultant Dermatologist

Beaumont HospitalDublinFull-time

BEAUMONT HOSPITAL Beaumont Hospital, incorporating St. Joseph’s Hospital, Raheny is a major teaching hospital providing emergency and acute care services across 54 medical specialties to a local community of some 290,000 people. In addition, we are a Designated Cancer Centre and the Regional Treatment Centre for Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery, and Gastroenterology. We are also the National Referral Centre for Neurosurgery and Neurology, Renal Transplantation, and Cochlear Implantation. The hospital employs approximately 3,700 staff and has a complement of 820 beds. CONNOLLY HOSPITAL Connolly Hospital is part of the RCSI Hospitals Group which covers a population of over 800,000. Connolly Hospital is a major teaching hospital providing a range of acute medical and surgical services, day care, outpatient, diagnostic and support services to a catchment population of 331,000.  Emergency services are provided on a 365-day, 24 hour basis.  Multi-disciplinary teams representative of medical, nursing, health and social care professionals, management and general support staff play a pivotal role in the development, delivery, monitoring and evaluation of these services. Our hospitals are affiliated to the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI), Dublin City University, to University College Dublin, Trinity College Dublin and the Dublin Institute of Technology for Health & Social Care Professionals Education. Applications are invited for the following posts: Consultant Dermatologist Post 1:  Beaumont 18 hours / Connolly 17.5 hours / RCSI 3.5 hours This is an appointment to the RCSI Hospitals Group on a Type B basis under the Consultants’ Contract 2008 by the Health Service Executive to Beaumont Hospital for 18 hours per week and Connolly Hospital, Blanchardstown for 17.5 hours per week, and the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland for 3.5 hours per week. Post 2: Beaumont 26 hours / Connolly 9.5 hours / RCSI 3.5 hours This is an appointment to the RCSI Hospitals Group on a Type B basis under the Consultants’ Contract 2008 by the Health Service Executive to Beaumont Hospital for 26 hours per week and Connolly Hospital, Blanchardstown for 9.5 hours per week, and the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland for 3.5 hours per week. Applicants must be registered in the Specialist Division of the Register of Medical Practitioners as maintained by the Medical Council of Ireland in the specialty of Dermatology. Informal enquiries may be made to Dr. Marina O'Kane, Consultant Dermatologist, Beaumont Hospital, via email at  or Dr. Muireann Roche, Consultant Dermatologist, Beaumont Hospital, via email at Full / Part time / Flexible Working Arrangement applications are welcome. Applications can be made by emailing your CV to , together with the names of four referees or by applying online at no later than 5pm on Friday 13th September 2019.

11 days ago

Client Care Manager - Nurse Lead

Home Instead Senior CareDublinFull-time

Home Instead Senior Care is Ireland’s largest home care company providing a wide range of trusted home care services to seniors in their own homes. Home Instead Rathfarnham are now recruiting for the role of Client Care Manager. This is a dynamic, varied and rewarding office/community based role where you will lead a team that ensures we continue to provide the highest quality care to our clients. It is an opportunity for a self-motivated individual to join an ever growing workforce. The role will appeal to an experienced healthcare professional who has: Full clean driving licence required, attractive salary and package for the right candidate.

10 days ago

Integrated Care Team - Various Positions

Virtue Integrated Elder CareBlackrock, DublinFull-timePermanent

Virtue operates and manages nursing homes on the southside of Dublin. Our commitment is to enhance the quality of life for all our residents. We feel it is our vocation to ensure that residents feel valued and loved within their homes. Our strong family ethos is central to the creation of a supportive and nurturing environment that creates a strong sense of home for our residents. We strive to promote an optimal quality of life for our residents through a progressive approach to clinical and social care. This approach includes a commitment to continually improve the service we provide. Our Integrated Elder Care Service is a new and innovative approach to Elder Care in Ireland; its main objective is to improve outcomes for the Older Person by providing integrated care to maintain the older person at home. This Integrated care Service involves the establishment of Integrated Primary Care Teams, Day Services, Home Care and Respite. We are currently advertising for the following vacancies within our Integrated Care Team: Interested candidates should apply through this website outlining clearly which post they wish to apply for. Informal queries may be directed to Mr Radek Warchola, Group HR Manager at hr @

12 days ago

Staff Nurse

Virtue Integrated Elder Care - The Four Ferns Nursing HomeDublinFull-time

Virtue Integrated Elderly Care are seeking to recruit a Full-time permanent Staff Nurses for a brand new luxurious nursing home in South Dublin (opening November 2019) Purpose of Position To work alongside the DON and Clinical Nurse Manager to insure the smooth running of the Nursing Home. To assume responsibility for the provision of High Standards of nursing and social care. To deputies in the absence of the DON Reports to DON Clinical Nurse Manager Management

10 days ago

Food and Drink Manager

Radisson Blu Hotel Group - Dublin AirportDublinFull-time

Job Title:  Food and Drink Manager Location:  Dublin Airport Department:  Operations Reports to:  General Manager Job brief: We are looking for a professional Food and Drink Manager who will be to be responsible for managing of the following department F&D department. The successful candidate will be able to forecast, plan and manage the operations, staff and finance. The goal is to maximize sales and revenue through customer satisfaction and employee engagement. Food and Drink Manager Responsibilities:  Manage responsible department within budget and to the highest standards  Manage responsible department to ensure that all the day-to-day operations are operated within budgeted guidelines and to the highest standards  Preserve excellent levels of internal and external customer service  Upselling initiatives for the department to ensure products are sold with a higher profit margin  Stock Management- ensure all variances to stock are followed up & action taken.  Control & Manage payroll budgets  Control costs in line with budget  Identify customers’ needs and respond proactively to all of their concerns  Lead the F&D team by attracting, recruiting, training and appraising talented personnel  Establish targets, KPI’s, schedules, policies and procedures  Provide a two-way communication and nurture an ownership environment with emphasis in motivation and teamwork  Report on management regarding sales results and productivity  Works with the Sales and Marketing Manager by executing marketing and sales strategies as established by the business plan.  Controls and analyses departmental costs on an ongoing basis; takes action to control negative deviation.  Comply with all health and safety regulations  Required to do MOD shifts as required by the business Requirements:  Proven food and beverage management experience  Working knowledge of Micros System  Ability to spot and resolve problems efficiently  Mastery in delegating multiple tasks  Communication and leadership skills  Up to date with food and beverages trends and best practices  Ability to manage personnel and meet financial targets  Guest-oriented and service-minded  Ability to work under pressure in a fast pace environment  Experience in rooms departments is a distinct advantage Person Specifications:  Excellent listening skills  A willingness to problem solve  Verbal & written communication skills  Resilience - being able to handle complaints from customers  The ability to work as part of a team  Be self-driven & pro-active Competencies:  Professional  Ability to work under pressure  A high level of accuracy & attention to detail  Customer focus  Be a self starter who shows initiative  People Management focused with a desire to develop others  Display a can-do attitude when assisting other departments Qualifications & experience:  Minimum 2-3 years experience in a similar role  F&D/ Hospitality management qualification is a distinct advantage We can offer you: · Competitive rates · Flexible working arrangements · Food on duty · Staff car parking · A Training & Learning culture · Defined development plans to develop & grow you · Staff rates across our brands · Staff discount travel cards · A fun & open-minded working environment Radisson Blu Hotel Group is a world-wide Recognised brand ‘we grow talent, talent grows us’

24 days ago

Parcel Shop Executive


We are currently looking for a Parcel shop Executive to join our team in Dublin. This role will offer the opportunity to be part of the growing Irish team. In this role the activities you are responsible for are crucial for supporting the growth of our Parcel shop Network.  This role focuses on growing the parcel shop retail stores Nationwide. As a Parcel shop Executive you will primarily reach out to new and existing Parcel shop stores and ensure they are managed effectively.  This role is a chance to work independently while establishing relationships with new and existing customers.   GLS Ireland is a subsidiary of General Logistics Systems B.V.  GLS realises reliable, high quality parcel services for over 220,000 customers in Europe, complemented by logistics and express services.  Quality Leader in European Parcel Logistics is GLS’ guiding principle, sustainability being one of the core values.  Through wholly owned and partner companies, the Group provides network coverage of 37 European States and is globally connected via contractual agreements.  39 central transhipment points and 662 depots are at GLS’s disposal.  With its ground based network GLS is one of the leading parcel service providers in EuropeWe require a proven achiever to develop the Parcel Shop Network within Ireland and maintain long term relationships between GLS and  Parcel Shop Operators Reward: Competitive Salary  Health Insurance Ongoing training and developement  Gym Membership Flexibility  You responsibilities will be: • To continuously develop the Parcel Shop concept of GLS Ireland based on the concept of other European countries within the GLS Group.   • To develop new Parcel Shop Operators in lucrative areas according to the GLS Parcel Shop strategy.   • Service existing accounts  and establish new accounts by planning and organizing daily work schedule to call on existing or potential sales outlets and other trade factors.  • To increase volume through marketing / advertising campaigns.   • To consistently achieve and deliver on Parcel Shop targets.   • Under take new tasks in line with business development, as directed by your LM.   • To regularly visit Parcel Shops for auditing and training purposes to ensure that the shops know how to help customers and what services that we offer in line with GLS core values.  • To be able to commit to overnighting in areas where same day travel will limit the amount of shop visits and increase driver fatigue.  • Rollout and installation of hardware and technology based software to Parcel Shops.  • Implement technology based solutions for parcel processing.  • Keeps management informed by submitting activity and relevant reports, such as customer call reports, weekly work plans, and monthly and annual territory analyses.  • Monitors competition by gathering current marketplace information on pricing, products, new products, delivery schedules, merchandising techniques, etc.  Skills and Attributes: • Experience in European Parcel / Logistics Business  • Sales experience  • Excellent communication skills  • Excellent presentation skills  • Good Team Player  • Be able to work without direct supervision  • Prioritise own objectives and day to day scheduling  • Full clean driving licence 

25 days ago

Grade VII National Epilepsy EPR Lead

Beaumont HospitalDublinFull-time

Post Title:      National Epilepsy EPR Lead  Post Status:   Permanent Department:   Neurology Location:  Beaumont Hospital, Dublin 9  Reports to:  The post holder will report to the Senior Project Manager in HSE OoCIO and also to Epilepsy EPR Governance Board.  This reporting relationship may change in line with organisational restructure. The work of the role will be guided by the requirements of the Epilepsy Clinical Care Programme. The post holder will work under the administrative structures of the Neurocent Directorate at Beaumont Hospital. The post holder will work as a member National Patient Epilepsy Patient Programme Team.  The effective delivery of objectives will depend upon the development and maintenance of positive working relationships with the key stakeholders.  Salary:   Appointment will be made on the Grade VII salary scale (€48,980 - €59,405 LSI’s €61,535/€63,671) at a point in line with Government pay policy.  Hours of work:    Full-Time Closing Date:    12 Noon on 26th August 2019 Position Summary: On behalf of the OoCIO, the national epilepsy EPR is currently hosted at Beaumont Hospital Dublin. Regional Epilepsy Centres (RECs) access the EPR throughout Ireland via a secure internet connection.  To date approximately 10,000 individual patient records are contained in the EPR.  It is in use to varying degrees across the network of epilepsy services supporting a range of scheduled and unscheduled health encounters as well as outreach clinics. Outreach clinics operate away from the Regional Epilepsy Centres (RECs) in secondary group hospitals, intellectual disability and maternity services.  The Epilepsy EPR Lead will oversee the use of the EPR product on behalf of the Epilepsy Programme and ensure its safe and ethical implementation and use.  He/she will have a thorough understanding of the current and future goals of the Epilepsy Programme and how these can be facilitated by the EPR.    He/she will also have an in-depth understanding of the features, functionality and behaviour of the epilepsy EPR and is the person who facilitates decisions about the EPR (e.g. manages change requests) in consultation with the epilepsy programme.  They also play a role in co-ordinating the work of different parties (e.g. EPR User, IT Operations Personnel, 3rd Party Service Provider) in analysing and resolving issues/ problems The tension between the benefits and challenges of electronic patient records (EPRs) necessitates an active management role to assure quality and control of risks.   The National Epilepsy EPR Lead role will “own” the product on behalf of the HSE National Clinical Care Programme for Epilepsy and the Office of the CIO (HSE).  He/she will have a thorough understanding of the current and future goals of the National Epilepsy Programme and how these can be facilitated by the EPR.    The product owner will have an in-depth understanding of the features, functionality and behaviour of the epilepsy EPR and is the person who facilitates decisions about the EPR.  A major function of this role will be to ensure there are implemented, documented procedures for EPR use which support patient privacy in general and GDPR specifically; and requirements gathering for consolidation and future development of the EPR into a format which facilitates appropriately governed decision-making on enhancements to the EPR. A key component of the role will be developing the network of Super Users at Hospitals and Clinics throughout Ireland.  A Super User is defined as a clinician delivering epilepsy clinical services across health care settings utilising the full potential of the EPR to document epilepsy care through working with new users of the EPR, training new users as a trouble shooter for local issues with EPR, actively engage in the audit of EPR usage from a quality perspective, monitor compliance with use of EPR. Principal Duties and Responsibilities: • Act as Line Manager for the Grade V, Epilepsy EPR Business post • To progress epilepsy EPR implementation; • To liaise with appropriate stakeholders to identify and co-ordinate implementation of agreed enhancements of the epilepsy epr; • To identify and where possible, address any barriers to implementation of the EPR and its use as an integral tool in the delivery of the national model of care for epilepsy in Ireland; • To ensure all future EPR enhancements are designed in parallel with the national e-health strategy of the OoCIO • To generate relevant reports from the EPR to support the business management aspects of the Epilepsy Service; • To be the national point of contact for matters related to the epilepsy EPR; • To fully understand all features of the epilepsy EPR system; • To understand the integration between the Epilepsy EPR and other data systems; • To supervise the Grade 5, Epilepsy EPR Business Support Role. • To project manage new implementations of epilepsy EPR through appropriate engagement with relevant stakeholders and the establishment of necessary relationships (e.g. epilepsy clinical team, IT personnel, healthcare managers). • To develop and support a network of Super Users at all sites where the Epilepsy EPR is implemented; • Work jointly with epilepsy EPR Super Users in regional centres to achieve effective management of the epilepsy EPR, and if necessary, liaise with 3rd party companies, Beaumont IT Department and local IT departments to address any technical barriers to the smooth implementation of the Epilepsy EPR. • Promote adoption and adherence with consistent EPR standard operating procedures (SOPs) nationally. • Establish, implement and monitor relevant service level agreements (SLA) with third parties engaged in supporting the EPR. • Ensure epilepsy EPR implementation and use complies with data protection legislation. • Ensure appropriate processes are in place to appropriately protect the privacy of the patient while balancing the need to provide clinicians access to information to support the patient’s care. • Ensure that there are robust processes and business continuity planning in place  for the storage of Epilepsy EPR data. • Schedule EPR related enhancements and fixes: • Develop a transparent, documented process (to be agreed by the EPR Governance Board) for prioritization and management of Epilepsy EPR Change Requests, in the context of the overall clinical care programme strategy; • Ensure change requests are implemented according to the agreed prioritization. • In collaboration with the Grade 4, Epilepsy EPR Business Support Role, ensure the following epilepsy EPR management tasks are carried out: • Set up new epilepsy EPR user organisations • Set up new EPR users; set role-based access • Manage EPR records – e.g. link records; disable records; merge records • Manage EPR configuration – e.g. code tables (add new anti-epilepsy medication to list); set mandatory fields • Update healthcare provider details • Develop and co-ordinate the delivery of Epilepsy EPR training programmes. • Establish, implement and monitor an EPR data quality assurance process. • Establish and maintain an Epilepsy EPR Risk Register and an Issues Register for review by the Epilepsy EPR Governance Board; • Escalate issues for clinical care programme management attention. • Develop and implement a Communications Strategy around use, issues and developments of the Epilepsy EPR.  • Share information relevant to the safe and effective use of the technology with EPR Super Users. • Engage with appropriate stakeholders to identify KPIs relevant to the Epilepsy Service and liaise with developers to establish a dashboard of KPIs. • Gather intelligence on the demands for a Data Analytics or Health Informatics role and liaise with key stakeholders in the development of a business case to support such a function if one justified. 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: • Experience of Supervision and mentoring staff • Experience liaising with Multi-Disciplinary professions • Report Drafting Desirable : • Data Analytics experience • Understanding of patient pathways • Be able to demonstrate working as a Visionary/Creative thinker • Experience of an Electronic Patient Record System The Hospital Management Unit: Other (Please specify):  Informal Enquiries ONLY to: Name: Meabh Smith Title: Principal Physicist in Neurosciences Email address: (for enquires only)    

10 days ago

Early Years Educator / Room Leader

Children’s Choice DublinFull-timePermanent

Children’s Choice based in Clarehall, Dublin 13 are now hiring an Early Years Educator/Room Leader on a full-time permanent contract. The Ideal candidate will have a Level 6 qualification in Early Years, be highly motivated and enthusiastic and looking for a new challenge and career development. About the role: The successful candidate will have full responsibility for our playschool room which includes developing and implementing playschool curriculum using Aistear and Siolta guidelines. A very generous salary is on offer for the right candidate. Requirements: About us: We are a private creche & Montessori school established in 1995. Since then we have been providing the highest standard of childcare for 25 years. We have an extremely low turnover of staff and an excellent reputation.

28 days ago
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