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Fisheries Assistant

Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI)Dublin€30,479 - €45,193 per year

Inland Fisheries Ireland has a vacancy for a  Fisheries Assistant   to join the Office of Public Works Climate Resilience Research Project (OPWCRP). The primary focus of this role will be in arterially drained and flood relief catchments, but the successful candidate will collaborate closely with colleagues working in near natural catchments on the Climate Change Mitigation Research Programme. The project, through targeted evidence-based research and monitoring, aims to assess the impact of climate change on the Irish fisheries sector in drained Irish catchments. The outcomes of the project will inform the Office of Public Works and IFI how to maximise potential environmental gain through climate resilience measures. The successful candidate will provide support to the Senior Research Officer (SRO)and Research Officer (RO) leading the OPWCRP programme. They will carry out and assist in the necessary fieldwork using standard methodologies and assist in the compilation of relevant biotic and abiotic information for Irish lakes and rivers. They will also assist the Research Officer in the compilation of and analysis of information collected (e.g. fish abundance, environmental data, telemetry data, etc.) ABOUT US Inland Fisheries Ireland are the environmental agency responsible for protecting, managing and conserving Ireland's inland fisheries and sea angling resources. More information can be found by visiting our  website . VISION, MISSION & VALUES Vision To place the inland fisheries resource in the best sustainable position possible for the benefit of future generations. Mission To protect, manage and conserve Ireland’s inland fisheries and sea angling resources and to maximise their sustainability and natural biodiversity. Values REMUNERATION The salary scale for the position is at the level of Fisheries Assistant as applies in Inland Fisheries Ireland, it is a 14-point scale including 2 long service increments (LSI’s): Point 1 € 30479; Point 2 € 32066; Point 3 € 32982; Point 4 € 34228; Point 5 € 35209; Point 6 € 36232; Point 7 € 36980; Point 8 € 38032; Point 9 € 38908; Point 10 € 39608; Point 11 € 40653; Point 12 € 41711; LSI 1 € 43241; LSI 2 € 45193 (IFI Fisheries Assistant Grade PayScale as of 01/06/2024.) Candidates should note that salary will not be subject to negotiation and the rate of remuneration may be adjusted from time to time in line with Government pay policy. New entrants to the public sector will start on point 1 subject to Haddington Road Agreement and subsequent Government Agreements. TENURE This post is offered on a specified contract basis until the end of 2024. CLICK THE APPLY BUTTON TO GO TO THEIR CAREERS PAGE WHERE YOU CAN CHECK THIS JOB AND ALL OTHER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE.

1 day agoFull-time

P&C Administrator

PenneysDublin

Description: Experience and competence with business software such as Microsoft Office Packages Ability to operate within a highly pressurized and fast paced environment and work on your own initiative Accuracy, attention to detail and a pro-active approach Excellent planning, organising and co-ordinating skills

8 days agoFull-time

Facilitator Visitor Engagement Team Members

The Irish Museum of Modern ArtDublin

Location: The Irish Museum of Modern Art, based in what was the Royal Hospital Kilmainham, 1x Permanent Full Time Contract of Employment : Facilitator Visitor Engagement Team (Ref Vet 01) 1x Permanent Part Time Contract of Employment : Facilitator Engagement Team (Ref Vet 02) 1x Fulltime Fixed Term Contract of Employment : Facilitator Visitor Engagement Team (Ref Vet 03) Background The Irish Museum of Modern Art, based in what was the Royal Hospital Kilmainham, an extraordinary 17th century building, set upon a hilltop of 48 acres overlooking the river Liffey, is a witness to at least a millennium of change. All of which feeds into our contemporary thinking and commitment to celebrate this remarkable site. At IMMA we have begun to create a space unique with contemporary culture. This is a space where local and global connect, a space where contemporary art and contemporary life meet, challenge and inspire one another. Role Purpose: To actively contribute to the delivery of an internationally recognised Visitor Experience that creates engaging opportunities for audiences of all ages to interact with IMMA, in conjunction with the Head of Audiences and Development. To work with the Engagement and Learning team to research, plan, facilitate and deliver programmes, working to IMMA’s Engagement and Learning Department’s priorities and objectives. To provide a safe environment for all visitors and employees through due diligence and ensuring that the museum, its property, assets and environs are kept secure under the direction of the Head of Security and Facilities Requirements Essential • Qualification in and knowledge of the visual arts, museum education or related fields • Experience of working in a Visitor focused environment and confident in dealing with challenging customers. • Interest and engagement with contemporary art • Excellent communication skills and the ability to work as part of a team • Ability to work under pressure and multi-task • Ability in working with vulnerable groups • Confident in asserting themselves when dealing with emergencies such as fire evacuation • Empathetic and capable of understanding a range of visitor’s needs, particularly in more challenging situations. • Must enjoy working as part of a friendly and interpersonal team • Fluency in another language is desirable. CLICK ON THE APPLY NOW BUTTON TO SEE ALL THE INFORMATION ON THE IMMA WEBSITE

3 days agoFull-timePart-time

Retail Associate

TK MaxxDublin

About the role When you join TJX as a Retail Associate, you'll be part of a close-knit team. In fact, right from your very first day with us, you'll be welcomed as part of our retail family. This is also a great learning environment. Our stock changes by the day, and we like to make sure our Retail Associates get plenty of variety too. You might be on the cash registers one moment, guiding customers on the shop floor the next. About you You'll be an ambassador for our business positive, enthusiastic and approachable. You'll bring a great team spirit and a natural warmth when you're dealing with customers who'll be just as diverse as your colleagues. The pace here is fast, but also very rewarding as you help to create the treasure hunt experience that keeps our customers coming back to our stores again and again. Why join us? We have a culture that's defined by our values of honesty, integrity, and treating others with dignity and respect. You'll always be encouraged to be yourself, to use your imagination and to make decisions with your team. We'll give you the guidance and support you need to feel ready for every situation and, if you do well, you'll always be welcomed back when opportunities arise. There may even be the chance to join us on a permanent basis, and develop a career with us further down line. We offer great rewards, a range of contracts, a competitive rate of pay, staff discounts and various other incentives. If you'd like to discover different, visit TJX.com/apply We consider all applicants for employment without regard to age, disability, gender, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnerships, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and/or sexual orientation. At TJX Europe we’re committed to building an inclusive culture where all our associates feel welcome, valued and engaged. It’s the diversity of our associates that drives our success, and we welcome and encourage applications from everyone that wants to be part of our growing business. We care about our culture, but we also prioritise the important things like competitive salaries, solid benefits and plenty of room to grow in your role. It’s our way of empowering you to make your career here. CLICK THE APPLY BUTTON TO GO TO THEIR CAREERS PAGE WHERE YOU CAN CHECK THIS JOB AND ALL OTHER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE.

8 days agoFull-time

Contracts Executive Officer

Trinity College DublinDublin€31,377 - €49,207 per year

About Trinity: Trinity is Ireland’s leading university and is ranked 81st in the world (QS World University Rankings 2024). Founded in 1592, the University is steeped in history with a reputation for excellence in education, research, and innovation, which has been inspiring generations of thinkers for over 400 years. Post Summary: The Contracts Executive Officer will join the RC&C Office and will review and negotiate contractual documentation covering all funders, on behalf of college in order to minimise any potential exposure and/or liability to College and Principal Investigators and to also ensure internal College policies are adhered to and College / Schools / Principal Investigators are in a position to comply with same. The Contracts Executive Officer will also assist the I&I and SFI/CRI Project Managers in the implementation of key projects. RC&C is a unit within TI&E which oversees, manages, and negotiates legal contracts and provides associated support for academics in college. It consists of two teams – Irish & International (I&I), Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) & European Institute of Technology (Knowledge and Innovation Communities (KICs). RC&C has a total of 17 legal and administrative staff.The Contracts Executive Officer will join the RC&C Office and will work closely with PIs to include other areas in college responsible for applications and post award administration. The Contracts Executive Officer will ensure contracts are negotiated and administered in an efficient and professional manner. They will liaise together with other College service providers (e.g., FSD, Estates and Facilities, Human Resources etc.) to ensure that PIs are aware of the relevant offices to be contacted and procedures to be followed in relation to contractual terms and conditions e.g.,insurance and ethical issues. The role will report into the I&I Project Manager.  Post status: Permanent Hours of Post:  35 hours per week Main Responsibilities: Service • Review and negotiate contractual terms and conditions. • Responsible for the management of their own contract portfolio ensuring that all contractual documentation is completed to meet sponsors’ deadlines. • Provide contractual and financial advice to Principal Investigators, and administrators. • Review budgets to ensure accuracy and compliance with relevant regulations (College policies, VAT regulations, etc. • Ensure account set up documentation required by FSD is procured and finalized in a timely manner to enable account set up. Systems • Extensive I.T skills - Use and understand MS Office suite in particular MS Teams. Ability to continuously upgrade IT competence is a requisite. Display evidence of a high level of competency in Microsoft Office, in particular Word, PowerPoint, Excel, MicrosoftOutlook. • Use databases and spreadsheets in order to run automated or routine reports on active and completed contracts. • Knowledge of TI&E’s RPAMS system desirable. Clerical • Draft and document Contracts Office Policies and Procedures(P&P). • Review and ensure all relevant documentation is in order and in line with RC&C Office P&P prior to review by Project Manager. Organisation • Liaise with relevant College service providers, understand the College’s policies and requirements for involvement in research funding schemes and contracts, and ensure such procedures as detailed by the College are adhered to. • Prepare various reports for distribution to the College community. • Apply their problem-solving skills to deal with issues that arise which require analyses and evaluation of complex scenarios, using sound judgment to arrive at the most appropriate solution and escalate issues where appropriate to the Project Manager. General • Manage and administer any special initiatives that the College wishes to have developed by the CO as directed by the Head of Research Contracts & CONSULT and/or the Project Manager. • Represent College at external networking events. • Any other duties which arise from time to time as directed by the Head ofResearch Contracts & CONSULT or the Project Manager. Person Requirements The Contract Executive Officer will require the following knowledge, skills, and attributes for successful performance in the role. Qualifications: Candidates for this post should have a university degree and/or relevant contractual / administrative experience. Knowledge: • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office, e-mail, and the web • Knowledge of RPAMS - desirable Experience: • Relevant experience in an administrative role, ideally in a university environment. • Ability to work as part of a team and work autonomously. Skills: • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. • Strong proof-reading skills. • Exceptional numerical, analytical, and financialskills. • High standard of accuracy in both written and numerical work. • Excellent organisational and task management skills together with the ability to work on a number of tasks simultaneously. • Have the ability to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines; be capable of working on own initiative and work under time constraints. Personal attributes: • Maintains high professional standards in delivery of customer & stakeholder needs. • Displays excellent organisational and task management skills and ensures prioritization of tasks to meet deadlines. • Displays the ability to work effectively as part of a team. • Displays the ability to continuously upgrade IT competence. • Adopts a can-do attitude, anticipating and solving problems quickly and efficiently. • Demonstrates a positive and constructive approach when faced with challenging situations. Salary: This appointment will be made on the Executive Officer Merged Salary Scale (€31,377 - €49,207 per annum) at a point in line with current Government pay policy

3 days agoFull-timePermanent

Administrative Assistant

Dublin Institute for Advanced StudiesCastleknock, Dublin€29,293 - €46,447 per year

Location: Dunsink Observatory, Dunsink Lane, Castleknock, Dublin, D15 XR2R Closing Date for Application: 24/07/2024 Administrative Assistant – Astrophysics Section The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS) is an academic research institution with research across Astronomy & Astrophysics, Celtic Studies, Geophysics, and Theoretical Physics. DIAS invites applications for a 2-year Administrator position based in the Astronomy & Astrophysics Section at DIAS Dunsink Observatory. The  Astronomy & Astrophysics Section  is a vibrant and inclusive community of more than 30 researchers working on planetary science, solar physics, space weather, star formation, and high-energy astrophysics. Working alongside the academic, technical, and education staff, the Administrative Assistant will provide administrative support to the Section, assisting staff and students with the day-to-day running of their research and engagement activities. Previous administrative experience is essential, with experience in an academic research environment desirable. Duties include: The successful candidate will be based at DIAS Dunsink Observatory in Dublin 15, and will also be expected to work at DIAS offices in central Dublin.  This is a full-time 2-year appointment with salary in line with the DIAS Clerical scale. The current (PPC) salary scale for new entrants ranges from €29,293 to €46,447. The starting salary for this position will be in line with public sector rules. The appointee will be subject to the general Irish public sector regulations as regards annual leave, sick leave, and pension entitlements.

3 days agoFull-time

Administrative Officer

The Fulbright Commission in IrelandDublin€42,000 per year

Employer:  Fulbright Commission Location:  85 Merrion Square South, Dublin 02, Ireland Advertising Date:  09/07/2024 Closing Date:  31/07/2024 FULBRIGHT COMMISSION IN IRELAND Job Vacancy: Administrative Officer fulltime (5 days per week) for a twenty-four-month contract period from August 2024 Fulltime Administrative Officer 24-month contract The Fulbright Commission in Ireland (www.fulbright.ie) is seeking to appoint a fulltime (5 days per week) Administrative Officer for a 24-month contract period from August 2024. Background The Fulbright Commission in Ireland is a bilateral partnership supported by the U.S. Department of . State and the Irish Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs, as well as the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Its funding is derived from Irish and U.S. governments, higher education institutions, public agencies, organizations, and donations. The Fulbright Commission in Ireland annually awards grants for Irish citizens to study, research, or teach in the U.S. and for Americans to do the same in Ireland. The primary grant program that the Commission manages is Fulbright Program, whose purpose, since 1946, is to increase mutual respect and understanding between people of the United States and people of other countries through educational and cultural exchange. The Position Reporting directly to the Executive Director, the successful candidate must: • Have a minimum of four years’ experience in an AO or equivalent role • Have excellent communication (written and spoken), administration, and interpersonal skills • Have excellent IT skills with strong Microsoft Office skills • Have some bookkeeping / finance experience • Enjoy working in a fast-paced, creative environment, collaborating in a small team, and effectively responding to tasks and requests • Empathise with Fulbright’s purpose • Be legally eligible to work in the Republic of Ireland The following are desirable: • In-depth experience with CRM systems • Experience of office management • Knowledge of the Irish and U.S. higher education systems Principal Duties and Responsibilities The following duties and responsibilities are indicative, but not exhaustive. They may change over time to reflect the Commission’s changing context, priorities, and activities. Administration: • Assist with administrative duties of the Executive Director • Manage supplier payments for approval by the Executive Director • Assist with sponsor credit control with the Executive Director • Administer office requirements • Provide administrative support for award programs as needed • Provide administrative support for orientation and cultural programs / events for awardees as needed • Provide support for awards and communications programs at peak activity times • Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director Board Meetings / Events: • Provision of administrative support for Fulbright Commission Board meetings and events (e.g. Board papers, catering arrangements). Board Meetings / Events: • Provision of administrative support for Fulbright Commission Board meetings and events (e.g. Board papers, catering arrangements). General Administration: • Assisting with file and diary management, office administration, telephone reception, and post. • Monitoring and ordering office supplies Remuneration and Benefits Contract Tenure: A twenty-four-month contract with effect from August 2024 is being offered initially. A six-month probation period will apply. Contract is likely to be renewed after initial 24- month period Salary: From €42,000 per annum gross Pension: The Commission operates a contributory pension scheme. Other benefits: The Commission operates a death-in-service scheme. Leave: 22 days (including two U.S. celebration days) Location: Commission employees work from the main office on Merrion Square and can agree to work, in part, from a home office. Application Interested applicants should submit by email by 5 PM on July 31st, 2024 PLEASE CLICK THE APPLY NOW BUTTON TO GO TO THE ORGANISATIONS WEBSITE

3 days agoFull-time

Receptionist

Dublin Business School (DBS)Dublin€25,000 per year

The position of Receptionist has overall responsibility for the efficient running of the reception desk, providing a professional front line service to staff and clients. Responsibilities and tasks:

3 days agoFull-time

Administrator

Enterprise IrelandDublin€29,439 - €58,823 per year

Salary: €29,439 to €55,209 per annum contributory superannuation Rising to €58,823 by long service increments. Role Purpose The role of Administrator - Finance Dept, will provide key support in ensuring all banking and cash management related processes are completed, overseas accounting returns are processed, and that the fixed asset register is updated, all within the required timeframes. Key Deliverables Banking & Cash Management; • Preparation of weekly bank account reconciliations. • Daily import of bank account statements to Oracle for matching to payments and receipts. • Liaising with EI’s banking service provider. Promptly resolving bank account transaction queries as they arise. • Co-ordinate the approval and submission of daily payment files to the banking service provider • Prepare transfers of funding to overseas office bank accounts. • Disburse requests for petty cash in accordance with policy. • Assisting with day-to-day administration of the on-line banking system. • Assisting with the testing of changes and enhancements to the online banking system. • Maintain and update exchange rate and bank account data in the Oracle system. Overseas Office Accounting; • Assisting with the processing of overseas office network monthly accounting returns • Assisting with the audit and reconciliation of the overseas office accounting returns. • Managing overseas office network cost recharges between Enterprise Ireland and Department of Foreign Affairs. Fixed Assets; • Assist with preparation of the quarterly analysis of fixed asset additions, disposals, relocations and update of the Fixed Asset Register. • Assisting with the Fixed Assets Register annual verification process and reconciliations. Functional Competencies (Key Skills & Knowledge) • Accuracy, attention to detail and strong numeracy skills is essential. • Proficient knowledge of the Office 365 systems including Microsoft Excel, Word and Outlook is essential. • Experience of preparing bank account reconciliations and knowledge of how reconciling differences arise and are resolved is desirable. • Knowledge and experience of using a large financial accounting application is desirable. • Knowledge and experience of online banking systems is desirable. Knowledge of banking related developments (e.g. SEPA) and their impact is desirable. • Ability to manage and prioritise tasks and to meet challenging deadlines. Enterprise Ireland Behavioural Competencies Results Focused The ability to remain outcome and results focused with regard to business priorities and organisational goals, monitoring progress and adjusting approach ensuring delivery against the appropriate timescales. Innovation and Risk-Taking Actively encourages new ideas, experimentation and measured risk-taking, while always being on the lookout for opportunities to continuously improve business processes and efficiencies within Enterprise Ireland and client organisations. Problem Solving and Decision-Making The ability to be decisive and take tough decisions about clients, people and costs to deliver sustainable results, using the analysis of information and situations to make logical and sound decisions. Client Focused The ability to provide an excellent client service focusing on client needs and building and maintaining effective personal and business relationships to advance clients project’ objectives and Enterprise Ireland strategy. Communicating with Impact to Influence Others Communicates in a manner that will persuade, convince and influence their own staff and others, both internally and externally, in order to motivate, inspire or encourage them to follow a particular course of action. Teamworking Co-operates with colleagues, shares information and respects the opinions and values of staff members. Understands the skills, experience and knowledge of staff members and maximises how these can be utilised to the benefit of the department, the organisation and the client. Embracing & Leading Change Understands the business agenda of Enterprise Ireland and embraces changes for area of responsibility and for external and internal clients. Acting / Leading with Integrity Lives the Enterprise Ireland purpose and values, acting genuinely and with integrity, in a manner that builds trust and engages and motivates others, placing the genuine needs of the client, the organisation, and staff ahead of personal agendas. Networking Establishes and maintains mutually beneficial relationships with colleagues and other networks for the purpose of sharing information. Developing Yourself & Others Creates an environment that enables others to excel in terms of job performance.

2 days agoFull-time

Assistant Archivist – Project Cataloguer

The National Gallery of IrelandDublin

The National Gallery of Ireland (‘the Gallery’) is Ireland’s major national cultural institution devoted to the collection and care of fine art. Comprising almost 17,000 paintings, drawings, watercolours, miniatures, prints, sculpture and decorative arts, the institution's extensive holdings include masterpieces by many of the most celebrated figures in the history of western European art. In addition, the Gallery houses the most representative collection of historic Irish art. Funded mainly by the State, the Gallery employs more than 180 staff and provides free access to the public 361 days a year. In 2022, the Gallery received numerous awards and accreditations. These included the Triple Lock Standard, which recognises Irish charities that have achieved excellence in governance, financial reporting, transparency and ethical fundraising. The Gallery wishes to recruit an Assistant Archivist in the Library & Archives on a fixed-term basis. The purpose of the role is to catalogue and process collections. Reporting to the Archivist, the successful candidate will: • Support the processing and cataloguing of the archive and ephemera collections, in particular those relating to Art in Ireland • Support the daily operations of the Library & Archives • Work closely and collaborate with the broader library and archive team on matters relating to collection care, development, management, access and engagement • Contribute to the cataloguing of the Irish art library and special collections • Contribute to digitisation programmes • Complete other duties as required The successful candidate will have: • A post-graduate qualification in archive management, information management or related field • Familiarity with handling, organising and processing archival collections • Experience working with archive systems and standards, in particular CALM • Experience dealing with researchers and working in a library, archive or similar environment • An interest in the Irish visual arts, archives and special collections • Excellent organisation and time management skills coupled with ability to multi-task and work under pressure • A keen interest in research and strong written communication skills • A collaborative approach to work and an ability to work as part of a team or on own initiative • Excellent IT systems and digital skills • An enthusiasm and interest in working in a cultural institution and a willingness to contribute to a positive working environment Note: This job description is a guide to broad areas of responsibility and accountability and should not be regarded as a comprehensive listing. The job description may be subject to review in the view of new structures and / or the changing needs of the Gallery. All employees are required to be compliant with NGI screening, security and Garda vetting procedures. Conditions of employment This job description is a guide to broad areas of responsibility and accountability and should not be regarded as a comprehensive listing. This may be subject to review in view of new structures and/or the changing needs of the Gallery. All employees are required to be compliant with NGI screening and Garda Vetting procedures. The post will be subject to a satisfactory medical check and successful completion of a successful probationary period. Applicants must be fluent in English and be eligible to work in Ireland. Citizenship Requirements Eligible candidates must be: (a) A citizen of the European Economic Area (EEA). The EEA consists of the Member States of the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway; or (b) A citizen of the United Kingdom (UK); or (c) A citizen of Switzerland pursuant to the agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the free movement of persons; or (d) A non-EEA citizen who has a Stamp 41 or a Stamp 5 visa; 1 Please note that a 50 TEU visa, which is a replacement for Stamp 4EUFAM after Brexit, is acceptable as a Stamp 4 equivalent. To qualify candidates must be eligible by the date of any job offer. Grade and Salary: Salary is in accordance with point 1 of the Assistant Keeper II (PPC) pay scale €37,583 per annum as per 1 June 2024 pay adjustments. Duration: Fixed Term Contract, until 31 December 2024 Working hours: Full-time, on-site 5 days a week - 35 hours per week (net of breaks) onsite. Please note, flexibility is required and the successful candidate may be required to work occasional late evenings and weekends. Candidates should note the National Gallery of Ireland complies with Department of Public Expenditure and Reform regulations and guidelines on Public Service pay and conditions of employment. Any personal data that you provide when applying for this position shall be processed in accordance with our Privacy Notice. How to apply: Please upload a cover letter and curriculum vitae. Candidates should note that panels may be formed from which future positions may be filled. CLICK THE APPLY BUTTON TO GO TO THEIR CAREERS PAGE WHERE YOU CAN CHECK THIS JOB AND ALL OTHER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE.

2 days agoFull-time
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