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Sales Support Representative


About Us: Want to join a company on the cutting edge of technology and travel? Want to be part of a fantastic and fun company that’s revolutionising the online travel advertising space? Sojern works with 93% of the Fortune 500 travel companies and has spent more than a decade analyzing the complete traveler path to purchase. We drive travelers from dream to destination by activating multi-channel branding and performance solutions on the Sojern Traveler Platform for more than 8,500 customers around the world. Sojern made Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 list for the last 6 years in a row, and was recognised on the Top Company Cultures list by Entrepreneur Magazine and named a Best Place to Work by AdAge. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, with teams based in Dubai, Dublin, Hong Kong, London, Mexico City, New York, Omaha, Paris, Singapore, Sydney and Istanbul. Need more convincing that Sojern is a great place to work? Check out our Glassdoor reviews! The Role: As a Sales Support Representative, you will join a global team helping to support and streamline our pre-sales operations. Your primary focus in this role will be to support the EMEA sales executives with customer and campaign data entry into Salesforce, while prospecting new leads and qualifying them for the EMEA sales executives. Responsibilities: At Sojern, we value diversity and always treat all employees and job applicants based on merit, qualifications, competence, and talent. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

26 days ago

Coach Development Officer

Leinster RugbyDublinFull-timeVolunteer

Leinster Rugby are inviting applications for the role of Coach Development Officer. The successful candidate will support, challenge and empower Club and School-based coaches to improve the quality of coaching and the game of rugby across all levels with a particular focus on women’s and girl’s rugby. The role also includes managing and working within the player development programme in designated clubs/schools or geographical region (area/location will be the Midlands area of Leinster) Applicants should have relevant technical/tactical knowledge and experience in coaching at performance level (LTPD stage 4) along with in-depth knowledge and relevant experience of coach development/education programmes/pathways with a particular focus on female players/coaches. For full details of the role please see the full job description below. This position is being offered on a full time, 2 year fixed contract basis.  To apply click on the 'Apply now' button below. The requirements for applying are to attach a 1 page Cover Letter and CV no longer than 2 pages.  The closing date for applications is strictly 5pm Friday 29th November 2019.  JOB DESCRIPTION & RESPONSIBILITY STATEMENT TITLE:  Coach Development Officer – Leinster Rugby ROLE AND PURPOSE OF POSITION The successful candidate will support, challenge and empower Club and School-based coaches to improve the quality of coaching and the game of rugby in across all levels of the game with a particular focus on women’s and girl’s rugby. The role also includes managing and working within the player development programme in designated clubs/schools or geographical region. There is a requirement for the individual to work closely with “client” clubs / schools and liaise with Community Rugby department on an ongoing basis to identify needs and opportunities. REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS Operational: Provincial Head of Rugby Department Functional: Provincial Coach Development Manager WORKING RELATIONSHIPS Provincial Talent Coach Coach Development Officers Community Rugby Officers Club Community Rugby Officers Relevant Committees Women’s Development Officers EXPERIENCE / BACKGROUND Relevant technical/tactical knowledge and experience in coaching at performance level (LTPD stage 4). In-depth knowledge and relevant experience of coach development/education programmes/pathways with a particular focus on female players/coaches. SKILLS / ABILITIES / QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE etc. Refer to appendix* RESPONSIBILITIES - Under the direction of the Head of Rugby Department (HoRD) and Coach Development Manager (CDM), locally implement a coach development plan and liaise with Community Rugby Officers (CRO’s) to ensure delivery of high-quality coaching programmes in targeted clubs and schools with a particular focus on women’s and girls rugby. - As part of this plan, deliver IRFU Coaching courses within Leinster at all levels of the game, including all administrative requirements. - As part of the plan, provide a range of coach-centred development services including (but not limited to) courses, workshops, coach observations, mentoring and peer-learning offerings. - Contribute to the coaching/coach development elements of national and provincial e-zines, digital platforms and coach development resources. - Maintain a close working relationship with designated coaches and ensure appropriate communication occurs to optimise knowledge exchange. - Liaise with the CROs and Club Coaching Coordinators/Directors of Rugby to promote succession planning in clubs, to ensure all coaches are on the IRFU pathway and Club Support Scheme criteria are met with a particular focus on women’s and girl’s rugby. - Support Community Rugby section through targeted technical development and education. - Maintain up-to-date records of all club/school coaches (e.g. team coached, courses attended, accreditation level etc.) as required. - In conjunction with the HRD and the Provincial Talent Coach, coordinate the Regional Talent Programme in line with IRFU/Provincial policy. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work required from this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and activities required. The holder of this position is required to respond with a flexible approach when tasks arise which are not specifically covered in this job description. WORKING PATTERN The role will require the Coach and Player Development Officer to discharge their duties under a 5/7 working arrangement, working up to 3 evening a week and 1 day at the weekend. Core arrangements will be determined by Provincial Head of Rugby Department PERFORMANCE MEASURES i) RUGBY: - Provide development opportunities to increase the number of quality accredited coaches across Age-Grade and Adult teams with a particular focus on female coaches and women’s and girl’s rugby - Clubs to have an active Coach Development plan. - Delivery of appropriate Continuing Professional Development initiatives for provincial development staff. - Generate reports on all work areas – coach development, player dev., squad dev., etc. ii) OPERATIONS: - Delivery national and provincial Coaching/Coach Development programmes to agreed quantity and quality with a particular focus on women’s and girl’s rugby - Delivery of provincial Coach Development programmes ensuring they are on time and within budget. - Delivery of national and provincial Player Development programmes to agreed quantity and quality. iii) PROFESSIONAL APPROACH: - Maintain high visibility within clubs/schools through visits, meetings, workshops, and other rugby public occasions and conferences. - Provide early warning of projects and programmes that are falling behind target or over-running budget. - Project a positive and professional image of the IRFU and Leinster Rugby at all times. *APPENDIX – Skills and Abilities ESSENTIAL DESIRABLE SKILLS

25 days ago

Administration Assistant


Trócaire is one of Ireland’s top INGO’s, having over 40 years’ of experience in international Development. Trócaire works through partners and is a member of worldwide networks such as Caritas and CIDSE. This is an exciting time in the history of the organisation as we embark on our new strategic plan 2016-2020. The successful candidate will be a member of the Outreach team and will be based in Trócaire’s Dublin Centre on Cathedral Street. The focus of the role will be on processing public donations, and engaging members of the public during the Christmas Campaign. This is a temporary role until December 24th 2019 for 2-3 days per week but additional hours may be required. Reporting to the Dublin Centre and Volunteer Officer, this is a part time temporary role and is based in Dublin. Flexibility is a requirement of the role Safeguarding[1] Children Policy: The successful applicant will be expected to sign up to and adhere to Trócaire’s Safeguarding Policy. Key Duties & Responsibilities Benefits Closing date for applications is Wednesday 27th November 2019 Trócaire is an Equal Opportunities Employer

21 days ago

Volunteer Opportunities

Lundy IslandOutside of IrelandVolunteer

Looking to gain experience in conservation? Want to get away from the busy mainland and experience living on a small isolated island? Want to surround yourself with breath-taking land and seascapes, interesting and thoughtful people and a wide range of fascinating and beautiful plants and animals? Well then why not apply to volunteer on the wonderful island of Lundy! Once again we are inviting a number of lucky individuals to come to Lundy in 2020 to help the islands Conservation Team throughout the sailing season. Positions available include: Role descriptions: Assistant Wardens: The work will be varied but will primarily involve the conservation and monitoring of the island important seabird and seals colonies but also butterfly transects, moth trapping and helping out the Ranger team with practical management tasks such as Rhododendron seedling searches, dry stone walling, etc. Involvement in more general island duties such as helping in the island recycling plant, housekeeping and visitor engagement will also be required. Assistant Rangers: Work includes a wide range of practical conservation and estate management tasks including; grounds maintenance, dry-stone walling, Rhododendron eradication, Bracken management, vegetation control, stock fencing, footpath maintenance, volunteer supervision, tree maintenance, etc – as well as helping out the Warden team with the various monitoring efforts and general island duties mentioned above. No qualifications or specific experience is required to apply , however candidates who have previous work experience in a similar role, are working towards a career in conservation, have a relevant qualifications and/or who are experienced and enthusiastic birders/wildlife recorders will be well placed. More than anything, we are looking for people with a passion for conservation and wildlife, have a desire to learn about and contribute to a wide range of tasks and who want to immerse themselves fully in the life of a small but loving and vibrant island community. To note, candidates should be of a hardy nature as working days can be long and in a range of weather conditions. Additionally, applicants must also be willing to and be capable of working near cliffs and steep slopes safely. Hostel style accommodation will be provided on the island which will be shared with the other wardens, rangers and a number of scientific researchers. All meals for the week (Breakfast, lunch and dinner) can also be provided in exchanged for a day and a half’s work helping either the Housekeeping Team and/or Tavern Staff. Additionally those applying for an Assistant Ranger position - in turn for all your hard work throughout the season, you will be provided with a suitable training course at the end of your post! Closing date for all applicants is on 17th February 2020. All interviews will be held for this position in the week commencing 24th February 2020. To receive an application and role description, please contact the island Warden via About the island: Lundy’s position with the Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Bristol Channel to the east creates a unique combination of environmental conditions that have given rise of a considerable selection of habitats that in turn support a variety of rare and spectacular wildlife. The Island is about 3½ miles long by ½ mile wide and rises some 400ft from the sea. Much of the Island is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and the sea surrounding the Island is England’s first statutory Marine Conservation Zone (MCZ) with a No Take Zone (NTZ) and a Special Area of Conservation (SAC). The islands rugged cliffs of the west coast are carpeted with maritime grass and wildflower species and are home to important seabird colonies including Puffins and Manx Shearwaters. In comparison, the relatively sheltered and calm east coast boasts spectacular displays of wildflowers – which includes the endemic Lundy Cabbage - and provides sanctuary to migrating birds in the spring and autumn. The diversity of the wildlife observed above the waves is mirrored below the waves, with many rare and beautiful species protected in both the reef and sandbank habitats. For more information on the island – please visit the Lundy Landmark Website:…/discovering-lundy/

17 days ago

Environmental/ecological Economist


Our Transport practice in Dublin includes a team of economists that provides consultancy services to a range of clients in Ireland and the EU as a whole. This consultancy team currently has a vacancy for a Senior Consultant in economics (Economist) with academic training in and, ideally, experience of environmental economic analysis and research, consultancy public service or industry capacity. Job Responsibilities : + Technical leadership of teams carrying out economic consulting studies + Managing the relationship between AECOM and clients as studies are completed + Communicating the results of our work to a range of audiences + Identifying opportunities for the AECOM economics team, and working with the head of the team to convert these into sales + Research including literature reviews of existing academic and grey material + Analysis of quantitative and financial data using spreadsheet software + Statistical analysis of data using statistical software and preparation of graphs, charts and tables communicating findings + Primary research including quantitative and qualitative interviewing under supervision of experienced staff + Drafting of text describing results of this work + Participating in analysis and problem solving Minimum Requirements + he successful candidate will be an economics graduate, preferably with a masters degree, with experience working in a similar role in a transport consultancy, a specialist economic consultancy or as an independent consultant. The successful candidate would join a team carrying our economic consulting and evaluation in the field of transport, water and wider policy areas. + The Dublin based AECOM economics team delivers economic consulting services to clients in Ireland the UK and across Europe. This work is carried out by a core team in Dublin and a network of staff with economic, environmental and engineering expertise. + The team provides economic input into transportation and infrastructure projects. It prepares Economic Impact Assessments and Cost Benefit Analyses. The team is also involved in the evaluation of public spending programmes, and provides economic advice to a variety of policy makers. The team also provides economic analysis and advice in wider policy issues to private and public sector clients. Our current portfolio of works comprises a diverse mix of Irish and European studies. A selection of our recent projects includes: + Business Case Guidelines for Irish Water + Research and evaluation advice for the Transport Infrastructure Ireland including development of aspects of their Project Appraisal Guidelines + Economics advisory services for National Transport Authority of Ireland + A long-term evaluation project on the introduction of sustainable travel measures in pilot “Smarter Travel Areas” in Ireland + A business case for the “BusConnects” programme for the National Transport Authority + Post Review Reviews of major transport infrastructure and programmes + Various cost benefit analyses – economic and financial appraisals for public sector projects, according to the Public Spending Code + Economic advice on tourism Preferred Qualifications + BA Economics or similar field + Masters degree in related field preferable, including: economics, economic development, public policy, finance, business and spatial planning. Your benefits will include: Helping our employees achieve a healthy work-life balance is important to us. If you join AECOM, as well as receiving a competitive salary, you’ll also have the opportunity to explore flexible working arrangements. Core benefits include 25 days’ annual leave, company pension scheme, private medical insurance, life assurance and one paid annual professional institution membership fee. You can also choose from a wide range of flexible benefits to suit your lifestyle. You’ll also be able to give back to communities with up to two paid CSR days each year. Through our charity, The AECOM Foundation, you can volunteer to support children in developing countries. And if you’re a member of the Reserve Forces you’ll receive an additional 15 days paid leave for training commitments. What We Offer When you join AECOM, you become part of a company that is pioneering the future . Our teams around the world are involved in some of the most cutting-edge and innovative projects and programs of our time, addressing the big challenges of today and shaping the built environment for generations to come. We ensure a workplace that encourages growth, flexibility and creativity, as well as a company culture that champions inclusion, diversity and overall employee well-being through programs supported by company leadership. Our core values define who we are, how we act and what we aspire to, which comes down to not only delivering a better world , but working to “make amazing happen” in each neighborhood, community and city we touch. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we believe in each person’s potential, and we’ll help you reach yours.

14 days ago
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