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Sustainability, Climate & Biodiversity Trainer

Veri ConnectDublin€28,000 - €31,000 per year

Name: Veri Connect Job Location for this Role : Work from home / Field based role - delivering courses in predetermined locations across mainly the East Coast area and some online courses can be delivered from home. Expectation to attend bi-monthly meetings at Arclabs Innovation centre in Kilkenny. Head Office Company Address : Kilkenny Research & Innovation Centre, Burrell’s Hall, St.Kierans College, College Road, Kilkenny Phone : (01) 9060969 Benefits of Working with the company: PERFORMANCE STANDARDS The employee should demonstrate a professional demeanour in the workplace, including both their actions and language. The employee should also maintain respectful relationships with other employees, management and customers. The employee should demonstrate strong problem-solving skills when faced with an issue. The employee should think of creative solutions and be flexible when problem-solving. The employee should be able to work independently with limited supervision from management. Click Apply Now to submit your CV and cover note today!

6 days agoFull-timeHybrid

Administrative Officer

The National Association for Professional Counselling & PsychotherapyRemote€16,000 - €17,800 per year

The NAPCP (National Association for Professional Counselling & Psychotherapy) is a recognised accrediting body for counsellors and psychotherapists throughout Ireland. The Association is seeking to recruit an Administrative Officer to further strengthen our services to members. The Role: To work in conjunction with the Chairperson and Board of Directors in the planning, management and operation of the Association in addition to providing the administrative tasks of the organisation. The Person: Will have a strong desire to foster NAPCPs ethics, ethos and mission. They will be able to absorb and impart information to others on a factual basis. A good communicator, they will be positive and enthusiastic, but able to work within procedures which deal with standards and quality. The possession of administration, financial and IT skills will be vital to success in this function. Key Responsibilities: Salary Range:  €16,000 - €17,800 per year depending on experience Working hours:  *9am – 1pm Mon-Thurs, but must be flexible to attend workshops which take place on Saturdays at least once a month. Also, must be available to attend Board meetings on the first Monday of every month from 7pm-9pm online Start time:  Immediate *Time is given in lieu of weekend or evening work. Probation period of 6 months. Interested parties should send a CV and cover letter to: info@napcp.ie Closing date: Dec 3rd, 2023

Just postedPart-timeRemote

Sales Development Coordinator


Description VisibleThread, a leading computer software company specializing in compliance and clarity, is seeking a motivated Sales Development Coordinator to join our dynamic team. At VisibleThread, we believe that clear and transparent communication is key to achieving better business outcomes. With our innovative software solutions, we help organizations overcome complexity by improving the quality of their content. As a Sales Development Coordinator, you will play a crucial role in our sales efforts, driving business growth and maximizing customer satisfaction. This role will report into the VP of Marketing and Business Development. Responsibilities

1 day agoRemoteFull-time

Payroll Officer

Independent Parliamentary Standards AuthorityRemote

Purpose and context Part of IPSA’s role as Parliamentary regulator is to provide a seamless, exemplary payroll service to MP’s, their staff, as well as IPSA people. Our work requires patience, diplomacy and attention to detail as we interact with our stakeholders on a daily basis, ensuring the best quality service is provided. This role is the first point of contact for all payroll enquiries into the organisation from MP’s and their staff. Payroll Officers need to be highly motivated and engaged when interacting with all internal and external stakeholders, so being an effective communicator is key. The role also plays an important part in inducting and educating customers on IPSA’s systems and processes and offers significant opportunity to contribute to the continuous improvement of operational activity that supports achievement of IPSA’s strategic objectives. Key responsibilities • Responsible for ensuring MPs’ staff allocated are paid correctly and on time through the effective monitoring of the payroll. Maintain key performance indicator target of 99.75% accuracy each month. To be a team player by recognising and supporting the whole team to achieve results and to ensure that payroll records are maintained in accordance with “The Scheme” and HR policies, updating work procedures accordingly. • To provide best possible customer service through answering calls within 20 seconds and emails within three working days to provide the best possible customer service for internal and external stakeholders. Record all calls received on Engage. • To assist with any payroll system testing required in order to ensure that the software meets both operational expectations outlined at the time and statutory obligations. • Adhere to all HMRC payroll legislation, ensure own knowledge and skills are kept up to date routinely. • To understand and comply with all aspects of pensions automatic enrolment for MPs’ Staff. • Proactively identify opportunities to improve systems and processes whilst ensuring data integrity and security is actively maintained. • To offer and provide assistance to MPs with their staffing budget expenditure projections and forecast scenarios. Contact MPs with forecast overspends and seek recovery of monies if overspent. • Attend and present 1:1 meetings/drop in sessions/roadshows (which may involve occasional travel outside of London), when required and provide necessary payroll/staff budget management training to MP’s and their offices when requested. • Reflecting IPSA’s values of staying connected, seeing the bigger picture, being open, doing the right thing and making a difference through all that you do. IPSA is a learning organisation. We constantly review our work against our customer’s need and assess the environment in which we operate so that we can continuously improve. Therefore, the list of key responsibilities may adapt and change over time within the spirit and nature of organisational change and the development of the role. Job description We are looking for a new Payroll Officer to help us deliver our seamless regulatory service. We’re a payroll team of thirteen and we sit within the finance function, but your role will be visible across IPSA and will have direct, regular contact with our customers where building successful partnerships is key. If you like to be challenged and enjoy working in a dynamic environment, then this could be the job for you. The role will help to make a difference to our customers everyday by providing timely and accurate payroll information and resolving issues efficiently and effectively. There’s a lot of scope for you to enable change and improvement across the team and our day-to-day operations. Payroll Officer’s responsibilities include:

4 days agoFull-timePermanent
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