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The 'Apply with SEEK' option will be utilized for International applicants, mainly Australia. If this does not apply to you please use the 'Apply' option. Program Manager IF YOU CARE, THERE’S A PLACE FOR YOU HERE For a career path that is both challenging and rewarding, join Sedgwick’s talented team of 27,000 colleagues around the globe. Sedgwick is a leading provider of technology-enabled risk, benefits and integrated business solutions. Taking care of people is at the heart of everything we do. Millions of people and organizations count on Sedgwick each year to take care of their needs when they face a major life event or something unexpected happens. Whether they have a workplace injury, suffer property or financial loss or damage from a natural or manmade disaster, are involved in an auto or other type of accident, or need time away from work for the birth of a child or another medical situation, we are here to provide compassionate care and expert guidance. Our clients depend on our talented colleagues to take care of their most valuable assets—their employees, their customers and their property. At Sedgwick, caring counts®. Join our team of creative and caring people of all backgrounds, and help us make a difference in the lives of others. The statements contained in this document are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by a colleague assigned to this description. They are not intended to constitute a comprehensive list of functions, duties, or local variances. Management retains the discretion to add or to change the duties of the position at any time. Sedgwick is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-Free Workplace.
WHO YOU ARE The Logistics Team at IKEA Dublin, Ballymun are looking for proactive and energetic individuals, who are not afraid to work in a fast-paced, physically demanding environment. We are on the lookout for someone who has great communication skills, attention to detail and a passion for stock accuracy. This is a physically demanding role which will involve a lot of manual handling and walking throughout the store. We’re the team behind the scenes that make the IKEA products available to the many people. As a diverse mix of co-workers we use our supply process expertise to balance range and space capacity with forecasting and ordering to provide customers with high availability while minimizing costs. If you’ve wonder who’s responsible for finding effective and efficient ways of picking up the products for our customers, that’s us. We’re passionate about working together to improve the customer experience at IKEA! CONTRACT INFORMATION Contract hours: 20 hours & 30 hours per week (shifts between 5.00 am-9.00 am or 6.00 am-10.00 am, 30 hours per week (shifts between 3.00 am-9.00 am or 4.00 am-10.00 am, with additional hours available Contract type: permanent Hourly Rate: €12.56, plus night shift allowance for hours worked With Sunday premium rate All part-time contracts require you to be available to work 5 days over 7 (depending on contract size) including 3 out of every 4 weekends. You will get 1 weekend off per month. You will be asked during the application process about your role preference. Due to IKEA Health and Safety requirements, we are looking for candidates who are over the age of 18. YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU Working at IKEA, we recognise the need to look after our people and we offer a range of co-worker benefits such as co-worker discount, pension scheme, uniform provision, subsidised co-worker meals, a year-end gift and many more! Apart from this you are also joining a fantastic business with great people who will be your co-workers. APPLY NOW First step, so we can get to know you better please attach a covering letter & up to date CV with your application Second step, successful candidates will receive information about the next steps via email, you will be invited to complete a live video interview with one of our hiring managers. Interviews are scheduled to take place week commencing 7th July. All Candidates will receive an outcome on their application via email so please check your email regularity for updates. Please note; we may close the vacancy early if we receive a high volume of applications. Any questions email us @: email@example.com and we'll be happy to help!
Lead Generation Agent, French Speaker
Lead Generation Agent - French speaker with fluent English - French-BeNeLux Market - WORK FROM HOME - FT IDG Direct is a telemarketing and research company providing demand generation services to the IT industry. We are part of IDG (International Data Group) one of the world’s leading media-tech company. We provide data and marketing services that influence technology buyers in 147 countries. We represent and brand reports on IT services, events, or webinars via outbound calls on behalf of major IT companies. We currently employ 200 +multilingual market research agents. If you are motivated, communicative, organised, a fast learner, result-focused then we want to hear from you! We are recruiting French speaker candidates from all over Ireland with the option to work from home full-time or part-time for our French-BeNeLux Market. Our Head office is in Dublin city centre. Responsibilities: Daily outbound calls to prospective IT professionals on behalf of the largest tech companies Asking survey questions depending on the campaign’s criteria and requirements The ability to record accurately the data collected over the phone Overcome objection handling and develop lead generation strategies Achieve daily, weekly, and monthly targets/KPI’s as set by the Team Leader Prospecting, generating, and qualifying LEADS Requirements: Ability to handle high volume phone calls and /or experience in a customer-oriented role Experience in lead generation (desirable) Full professional proficiency in English Full professional proficiency in French Proficiency in MS Office (required) or with other IT platforms and systems (desirable) Positive attitude, resilience, ability to adapt and work in a fast-paced and target driven environment You will need a fast and reliable broadband connection to work from home Incentive and Benefits: Full-time (37.5 h) available from Monday to Friday - 8 am to 4 pm - no weekend work Working from home Competitive salary: €27,000 DOE (FT) Benefits package (on successful completion of the probation period) Performance-related bonus up to €4,000 per annum Immediate life cover Permanent role with company pension (after probation) Additional annual leave day for every year of service (up to a max 5 days) Internet Service Requirements: Internet access provided by a cable or fibre provider. DSL, satellite, and cellular/mobile hotspot are NOT permitted. A minimum download speed of 25 Mbps or above IDG Direct is an equal opportunity employer. Our Recruitment Process All our positions are at the moment work from home. If we feel from your cv that you are suitable we will initially e-mail you with a request to assess your broadband speed. Once you reply with the necessary information, we will conduct an initial phone interview. If you are successful, you will be invited to an online face to face competency-based interview.
Teaching Fellow In Applied Behavioural Science
Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin, invites applications for a Teaching Fellow position (part-time 50%) to teach a new module on Applied Behavioural Science in the Department of Sociology, School of Social Sciences and Philosophy. For more information on the Department of Sociology please visit our website. Post status: 1 year fixed term contract Hours of Post: Part-time 50% Salary: This appointment will be made on point 1 [€35,509 - pro-rata, 50%) of the Teaching Fellow Merged Salary Scale at a point in line with Government Pay Policy [€35,509 to €46,266 per annum]. How to apply: Applicants should send a cover letter and detailed CV to Ms Raquel Dowie at firstname.lastname@example.org by 12 noon on Friday, 30th July 2021. Please see the Job Description and Application Information below for this position.
Project Worker X, Rialto
General Information What does the Barnardos Rialto Child and Family Centre do? Barnardos Rialto Family Centre is a community-based trauma informed integrated family support and intervention service providing supports pre-birth to 18 years of age, for those living in the Dublin South Central area. In addition, the service provides a support service for Foster Carers and Children in care, living in Dublin, Kildare and Wicklow. The service offers a range of trauma informed, evidence-based, and outcomes focused preventative and responsive family support interventions for children and families. This includes targeted bundles of family support as part of a ‘wrap around service arrangement’ for children and families who are referred by the Tusla Dublin South Central Social Work department. The service interventions that children and families can avail of, based on assessed need include: individual and group based therapeutic support for children, individual and joint parenting support focused on strengthening and modelling core parenting skills, family work to support positive family interactions, problem solving and communication and structured parent-child support which aims to enhance and strengthen the parent-child relationship. A child and family may avail of one or a combination of service interventions. Parents may be seen with their children and/ or on their own depending on the presenting need. Service interventions are offered on a weekly basis over a 6 to 12 week period either at the centre and /or in the family home across the Dublin, Wicklow and Kildare region. All service intervention support plans are reviewed every 8-12 weeks with families, or sooner if required. The service operates Monday to Friday. Barnardos Rialto Family Centre is located in the centre of Rialto village, Dublin 8 at the back of St James Hospital, approximately 200 metres from the Rialto stop on the Luas Red Li The part-time position is being generously partially funded for 2 years by the RTÉ Toy Show Appeal in conjunction with The Community Foundation for Ireland . What Barnardos offers: In addition, Post Qualification training in Trauma Informed and Evidence based Individual and Parent /Child Relationship Support Interventions and Evidence based Parenting Interventions is highly desirable. Full clean driving licence and access to the use of a suitably insured vehicle is essential. The Barnardos Rialto Family Centre service supports families living in the extended Dublin Area and at times surrounding counties including Kildare and Wicklow. The post holder will initially be assigned to work for the Barnardos Rialto Family Centre service based in Dublin South Central but may be required in the future to work in other project(s) in the Dublin Mid-Leinster area in line with organisational needs. Application Procedure Applicants must complete this application form and submit it through our website before the closing date. Applicants may also attach a CV or other supplementary information in respect of our application. Attaching a CV alone will result in the applicant not being considered for shortlisting. Shortlisting will apply Candidates who are moved to the 2nd stage of our Recruitment process are required to complete a medical questionnaire and the E-Vetting process. References will be taken up at this stage.
Optical Assistant, NEW Store, Village
Experienced Optical Assistant Location: Finglas Village - Opening November 2021 Salary: Competitive basic dependent on experience Working hours: Full Time and Part Time (Weekend work is essential) Experience level: Previous Optical experience is essential for this role Additional Info: New store opening in the centre of Finglas Village in November 2021 by experienced Specsavers directors with a history of supporting progression for their staff. Start dates availavle prior to November in one of their current stores. Join our team as an Optical Assistant, and you’ll discover why at Specsavers, we pride ourselves on providing the foundation for exciting, long-term careers – a home where your previous optical expertise will be truly valued and where you’ll be given the opportunity to thrive. We’re looking for someone who has previous optical experience as an Optical Advisor - however we’ll continue to help develop and expand your knowledge. Some of the key tasks required include: You’ve already demonstrated that you’re a natural when it comes to customer care, you’re articulate, good with people with an organised approach and always happy to help, so you’ll fit right in as a valuable member of our friendly store team, joining a business that’s going places. Platinum Employer This store is an accredited Platinum Employer, which means you can expect an exceptional employee experience every single day you work here. The Platinum Employer Scheme is part of our drive to become a famous place to work and stores with this accreditation have been verified on five key employer standards – Recruitment, Performance Management and Reward, Talent Management, Learning and Development and Employee Engagement. If you are interested, please click Apply as this vacancy will close once we have filled all available places. We therefore highly recommend early applications.
Principal Software Engineer, Java | Cloud
Job Details Job Title Principal Software Engineer - Java | Cloud Reference Number PSEJC0621 Location Belfast UK or Dublin Ireland Contract Type Full-Time Permanent Closing Date 10/07/2021 Principal Software Engineer As a Principal Software Engineer you will work as a technical lead in an agile team to rapidly and effectively deliver great software that adds real value to our customers. You will be challenged. You will have the chance to be creative and have your voice heard. We will offer you a competitive salary, enable you to balance your work and life, and support you through mentoring, coaching and training programs. In this role, you will: Liberty IT is transitioning to a hybrid, remote and in-office, working culture. Currently our offices are closed and all employees are working virtually. Post pandemic, when it is safe to do so, Liberty IT employees will continue to work virtual first, with office time in our Dublin or Belfast offices dedicated to a specific purpose or based on personal choice of working environment. Flexible work patterns including part time working hours and compressed working weeks are available.
This is a part-time, permanent position based in Tallaght store. The core hours are 30 per week to cover following shifts Wk 1: Sun 11-6, Mon 8-4, Tues 10-3, Wed 9-2, Thurs 12.45-6, Wk 2: Sat 9.15-6, Tues 12-6, Wed 9-2, Thurs 10-3, Fri 11.45-5. A Halfords team is a special team, made up of people who are passionate about our products and services and obsessed with giving our customers the very best experience. We’re specialists at what we do – our teams give practical solutions, as well as advising on the very best products to meet our customers’ needs, fitting a range of products to our customers’ cars and bikes. Our Cycle Technicians are technically skilled as well as being experienced at giving great customer service, ensuring we wow every Halfords customer. This role is critical in delivering market leading standards of cycle service and repair, working on kids, adult, premium, performance and electric cycles. Carrying out most of this work yourself, you will also oversee the training of other members of the team. This work is carried out in store to the highest quality standards, and your expertise at practical problem solving and working quickly and efficiently will ensure our customers never want to shop elsewhere! Ideally, you already have experience in a retail or cycle services environment, but if you can demonstrate expert practical skills and experience of tailoring your approach in a customer focused sales environment, we can help you with the rest. We look after our colleagues as well as we look after our customers, so whether you have ambitions to progress on to a management role in our shops, or elsewhere across the Group of Halfords companies, we will help you to fulfil your potential. To be successful in this role you will need: Join the UK and Ireland’s leading retailer of automotive and cycling products and be part of our success story in getting the nation safely back on the move.
For our fast growing brand, we are looking for a enthusiastic Retail Assistant to represent Ace & Tate in our store in Dublin . In this role, you will be responsible for providing the best possible experience to customers who visit the store. This position is available part-time from now on . What you'll do... Are you interested and do you recognise yourself in this profile? Send us your CV and cover letter via the button below. We are looking forward to telling you more about our exciting plans! Ace & Tate is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to nurturing an inclusive environment for all current and potential employees.
About the post This is an excellent opportunity for an ambitious individual to join a fast-paced, dynamic team supporting change within healthcare in Ireland. The successful candidate will work with the Co leads, Advisors, Programme manager and Nurse Lead to support the various activities of the programme. Specifically, the duties of the post are to: Support the Co- Leads and Programme Manager with the general day-to-day administrative tasks linked to the successful delivery of the Programme Specific administrative duties assigned to the NCPS Working Group Meetings, Webinars and Charter Day co-ordination. Manage the tasks relevant to supporting meetings, room bookings, catering, payments, and minute taking as required. Maintain the working group and CSA calendar ensuring that agendas, minutes and necessary documents are circulated in a timely manner. Liaise with RCSI to ensure that NCPS website on RCSI and HSE are kept up to date and new documents are uploaded as required. Maintain a CAAC (Consultant Applications Advisory Committee) database and ensure that evaluations are circulated for review and feedback given to medical manpower managers in the acute hospitals to meet deadlines. Support the programme team with administration as required for the programme. Coordinate specialty meetings and minutes as required. Monitor and manage the NCPS direct email account Liaising with relevant internal stakeholders (Bookings, Faculty, Technical Staff, IT, Finance) as required. Ensure accuracy and consistency across all administrative processes. Respond to and deal with queries in a professional and courteous manner. Attend team meetings and contribute to the overall success of the team through sharing of information, effective teamwork, management and ownership of responsibilities. Undergo programmes of training and development as may be required from time to time. Complying with statutory legislation and department rules, requirements in furtherance of their own and general staff welfare and safety. Representing the best interests of the Programme, Department and RCSI at all times. Performing other duties as may be required from time to time. Closing Date: 14 July 2021