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Healthcare Assistants - Flexible Hours - €12.00 - €15.00

InisCareDublin€12 - €15 per hour

Due to continued expansion, we a hiring a large number of Healthcare Assistants to join our team at InisCare. Our goal is to build strong relationships with customers by delivering a high standard of care that exceeds expectations. We do this while always keeping energy, happiness and quality a top priority. Are you looking you to build a career within an organisation that offers career progression along with free training and development to support you along the way? Please submit your application. We look forward to welcoming you to the team! As a Healthcare Assistant with us, your key responsibilities will include but are not limited to; About InisCare InisCare provides community care and support for people with disabilities and older persons across North and South Dublin. The company was launched with an employee-focused culture as we believe that to deliver the highest standard of service to the people we care for, we must provide our team with the highest levels of training and support. We believe that by supporting our team of Care Assistants, they are best placed to provide the highest standard of care to our Customers. At InisCare, you will make a real difference to the lives of our Customers.

11 hours agoPart-timePermanent

Cleaning Supervisor & Cleaning Operatives

SodexoDublin€11.20 - €12.50 per hour

We currently have opportunities for Cleaning Supervisors & Cleaning Operatives in our Dublin Schools & University teams. This is a great opportunity for skilled, customer-focused individuals to join a world-leading food and facilities management company, which can offer unrivalled opportunities for career progression. We have a range of permanent & term time roles, with full-time and part-time hours on offer. Our education settings are vibrant and fun places to work and are ideally suited to fit in with your particular lifestyle. Join Sodexo and you become part of a worldwide, extended family. Team spirit is strong and encourages people to stay long-term. You can bring your whole self to work every day. Our team also cares for others and has a positive impact on local communities. With us, you will get the opportunity to develop in an incredibly diverse business. Join us in improving the quality of daily life of our customers in industries across Ireland - and the world.

14 hours agoFull-timePart-time

Barista / Catering Assistant / Kitchen Porter

SodexoDublin€10.20 - €11.20 per hour

Location: Dublin City & Southside We currently have opportunities for Barista's, Catering Assistants & Kitchen Porters in our Dublin Schools & University teams. This is a great opportunity for customer-focused individuals to join a world-leading food and facilities management company, which can offer unrivaled opportunities for career progression. We have a range of permanent & term-time roles, with full-time and part-time hours on offer. Our education settings are vibrant and fun places to work and are ideally suited to fit in with your particular lifestyle. Join Sodexo and you become part of a worldwide, extended family. Team spirit is strong and encourages people to stay long-term. You can bring your whole self to work every day. Our team also cares for others and has a positive impact on local communities. With us, you will get the opportunity to develop in an incredibly diverse business. Join us in improving the quality of daily life of our customers in industries across Ireland - and the world. Click the APPLY button now to upload your CV

14 hours agoFull-timePart-time

Mystery Shopper

Customer Perceptions LtdNationwide

Looking to earn an extra income? Would you like to earn cash while you shop? Customer Perceptions are recruiting Mystery Shoppers across Ireland. Flexible working hours are available to suit your needs. All you need is: ✅ Good observational skills ✅ The ability to recognise outstanding customer service ✅ A strong grasp of written and spoken English Click Apply Now to submit your application today - If you do not hear from us within 48 hours please keep an eye on your spam folder too!

18 hours agoPart-time

Security Engineer

Create Security SolutionsDublin

The successful applicant must have a full clean drivers license and a good working knowledge of installation of security systems to include: • Intruder Alarms  • CCTV • Access Control • Must have Services and Installation experience minimum 1 year • Have good commissioning, fault finding, and root cause analysis experience   • They must be fully committed to delivering a very high level of customer service  • Successfully install systems within the specified time frame and within budget  • Excellent package available to the successful candidate

1 day agoFull-timePermanent

General Operative

Granby LimitedDublin

Your New Company: Located in the heart of Dublin 1 Granby Limited is one of Ireland's most reputable and long-standing meat manufacturers. Established in 1933 Granby prides itself on delivering quality products to our long-standing customers and clients. If you are looking to work in a fast-paced environment with one of the most technically advanced meat manufacturing facilities in Europe, look no further. Your New Role: You will be working in a fast-paced manufacturing environment with a great team of employees. Responsibilities:

1 day agoPermanentPart-time

Counsellor/Psychotherapist - Family Focused Addiction Services

CASPDublin

CASP - Community Substance Misuse Team now has an opening for a Counsellor/Psychotherapist in Dublin. Objectives: • To provide appropriate and applicable therapeutic interventions to service users seeking support through CASP • To work within CASP policies and procedures and support the ethos/mission of CASP in service provision within a community setting. • To provide these interventions to clients attending the service in one-to-one, group, couples, etc., therapies or in partnership with other staff for specified programmes • To link consistently with other local service agencies regarding specific information, service provisions, referrals, cross-trainings, etc. • To provide referral information and support to service users seeking placement with other agencies, residential treatment services or others as required. • To facilitate or co-facilitate therapeutic groups. • To liaise appropriately with broader multi-disciplinary team in direct relation to specific clients • To attend all pertinent internal and external meetings required, per requirements indicated by Line Manager, Manager, etc. • To complete in a timely, thorough fashion all documentation required by CASP and according to any external governing body requirements, etc. • To aid and support others in their roles re: linking with service users. • To be active in linking with all assigned service users and with broader CASP teams, with a clear focus of attaining best outcome for service users Personal Development: • To consistently attend professional supervision according to IAC and/or IAHIP requirements • To attend and complete on-going training courses provided both internally and externally, according to IAC and/or IAHIP requirements, and as these are relevant to CASP service development, ensuring both self and organization extends its capacity regarding benefits from same Key Performance Indicators: • Submission of complete monthly statistical information to Line Manager • Timely completion of all treatment-related documentation, and timely placement of said documentation into CASP data and filing systems. Skills Required: • Excellent communication skills • Ability to interact with clients at all levels of recovery • Comprehensive therapeutic skills/techniques that evolve to incorporate current trends • Ability to function as productive member of team(s) • Progression-based philosophy toward recovery Supervision: • Internal (Senior Counsellor) • External (Professionally Qualified Supervision.) Qualifications Required: • Accreditation from recognized professional body, either IAC or IAHIP • 3-year minimum experience of working with and supporting clients through addiction, related issues, individually and/or through group support • Knowledge of addiction in a community-based setting is desirable.  This position is a Part-time post of 25 hrs per week, which will be rostered within the overall counselling service within CASP. The post holder will act as part of a counseling team with a direct report to the Senior counselor. Interviews will take place on the 2nd of September via Zoom.

2 days agoPart-time

Residential Social Care Worker

Oberstown Children Detention CampusOberstown, County Dublin€30,086 - €61,420 per year

Oberstown Children Detention Campus Company Background  Oberstown Children Detention Campus (Oberstown), established under the Children Act 2001, is Ireland’s national facility for the care and education of all children under 18 years referred by the courts on detention or remand orders. The facility is based on a large site in North County Dublin where up to 54 children, from 12 to 18 years, are accommodated in a highly specialised residential environment dedicated to providing them with the best possible care and preparing them for a successful return to their community. More information on the Oberstown Children Detention Campus is available at www.oberstown.com. Job Title and Grade: Residential Social Care Worker, RSCW grade Competition Reference: C06 2021 Employer: The person appointed will be employed by the Board of Management of the Oberstown Children Detention Campus. Reporting Relationship:  The person appointed to the position of RSCW will work with and be accountable to the Unit Manager. The Purpose of the Post: The Residential Social Care Worker’s primary purpose is to work directly with the young people on campus and their families, as well as internal and external professional and agencies, in the provision of services to support the care and development of the young person and their re-integration into the community. Principal Duties and Responsibilities  • To be directly involved in frontline care of children and young people, including those with behavioural difficulties, in a secure care setting. • To carry out duties in line with the Oberstown Children Detention Campus policies and procedures, in particular the Safeguarding and Children First policies. • Develop and maintain professional working relationships with colleagues, children and young people, and their families. • Work in partnership with colleagues and other professionals to meet the social, emotional, educational, health, and mental health needs of children and young people. • Develop, design, and implement care placement programmes by: • Acting as a key worker to specific children and young people. • Completing and maintaining administrative records relating to children and young people. • Promoting positive outcomes for children and young people in areas of staying safe, being healthy, enjoying and achieving making a positive contribution to their own wellbeing. • Providing a positive role model for the children and young people. • Working in accordance with the Standards and Criteria for Children Detention Schools 2008 and co-operating with any inspection process. • Working in accordance with all campus wide policies and procedures, such as care, HR, health and safety, operating, etc. • Other duties commensurate with the level of responsibility that may be assigned from time to time. The above 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, Qualifications, and/or experience Qualification:  • Degree at level 7 or above on the National Framework of Qualifications in social care, social work, youth work, teaching, nursing, psychology (or another relevant discipline) or equivalent qualification from another jurisdiction. • A minimum of 3 years experience in working directly with young people and/or vulnerable adults who present with challenging behavior; • Must possess appropriate ICT Skills, e.g. proficiency in Word, Excel, e-mail, etc. • Evidence of ability to comply, including registration, with all relevant bodies regulating health and social care professionals, as in force at the closing date for applications or introduced at a later date (e.g. under the Health and Social Care Professionals Act 2005); • A knowledge and understanding of relevant legislation and policy in relation to the detention and care of young people. Relevant Specialist Knowledge, Expertise and Self Development Demonstrates:  • Professional Code of Conduct and the Scope of Practice. • Responsibility for personal professional development. • Knowledge of the core principles and values of Oberstown Interpersonal & Communications Skills -  Demonstrates:  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to present information in a clear and concise manner. • Strong written communications skills. Problem Solving & Decision Making - Demonstrates:  • Flexibility, problem-solving, and initiative skills including the ability to adapt to change. • The ability to appropriately analyze and interpret information, develop solutions and contribute to decisions quickly and accurately as appropriate. Teamwork - Demonstrates:  • 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. • Utilizes sound clinical judgement skills when delegating duties appropriately and within the scope of practice to other work colleagues. Drive & Commitment - Demonstrate:  • Great attention to detail and high levels of accuracy. • A commitment to maintaining high work standards. 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 for and any person holding the office 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. Principal Conditions of Service General  The appointment is made under Section 180 of the Children (Amendment) Act 2015. Salary: The current salary for the position (effective 1 October 2020) is as follows: Personal pension contribution (PPC) rate: Grade RSCW from €30,086 to €61,420 per annum. This rate will apply where the appointee is newly recruited to the civil or public service or is an existing civil or public servant appointed on or after 6th April 1995 and is required to make a personal pension contribution. A different rate may apply where the appointee is a civil or public servant recruited before 6th April 1995 and who is not required to make a personal pension contribution. The Selection Process How to Apply Click Apply Now to begin your application! Only fully submitted applications will be accepted into the campaign. The admission of a person to the  competition, or invitation to undertake any element of the selection process is not to be taken as  implying that Oberstown is satisfied that such a person fulfils the essential requirements. Incomplete or late applications will not be accepted. Selection Process: The Selection Process may include: • shortlisting of candidates, on the basis of the information contained in their application. • a competitive preliminary interview. • completion of an online questionnaire(s). • case study/work sample/role play/media exercise, and any other tests or exercises that may be deemed appropriate. • a competitive interview which may include a presentation. Please Note: We endeavour to give as much notice as possible for interview dates etc.; candidates should make themselves available on the date(s) specified by Oberstown Children Detention Campus. Shortlisting: The number of applications received for a position generally exceed that required to fill the position. While a candidate may meet the eligibility requirements of the competition, if the numbers applying for the position are such that it would not be practical to interview everyone, Oberstown Children Detention Campus may decide that a smaller number will be called to the next stage of the selection process. In this respect, the Oberstown Children Detention Campus provide for the employment of a shortlisting process to select a group who, based on an examination of the application forms, appear to be the most suitable for the position. This is not to suggest that other candidates are necessarily unsuitable or incapable of undertaking the job, rather that there are some candidates, who based on their application, appear to be better qualified and/or have more relevant experience. An expert board will examine the application forms against agreed shortlisting criteria based on the requirements of the position. The shortlisting criteria may include both the essential and desirable criteria specified for the position. It is therefore in your own interest to provide a detailed and accurate account of your qualifications/ experience in your application. References Candidates who are successful at interview will be requested to provide details of three referees. Please be assured that we will only contact referees should you come under consideration after the preliminary interview stage. Please note, should you be successful at final interview, we will require a reference from your current employer prior to recommendation for appointment. Citizenship: Candidates should note that eligibility to compete for posts is confined to citizens of the European Economic Area (EEA) or to non-EEA nationals with a valid work permit. The EEA consists of the Member States of the European Union along with Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. Swiss citizens under EU agreements may also apply.

4 days agoFull-time

Driver/Owner Driver

Kaz transportDublin

The Role Multidrop run, experience preferable. Owner-drivers must have a large van. Northside based starts at 7 finishes at 5:30 approx. Driver must be a minimum of 27 years of age with a full clean Irish licence.

8 days agoFull-timePart-time

CH06 Support Coordinator

ALONEDublin€27,000 - €34,000 per year

CHO6 Support Coordinator – ALONE Services ALONE support older people to age at home. We provide direct, frontline services to people aged 60 and over, through support coordination, support and befriending, housing with support, and the application of assistive technology. We have a network of staff and more than 3,000 volunteers across the country We have been awarded Quality Marks from Volunteer Ireland, the ISO, the Charities Regulator, and the Housing Regulatory Standard. We are now recruiting for a Support Coordinator for HSE Community Healthcare Organisations (CHO) Area 6 which covers Dun Laoghaire/Rathdown, Dublin South East and Wicklow. This is a wonderful and exciting opportunity to join one of the most important charities in Ireland in a period when the need for our services has never been greater. By participating, the successful candidate will have the opportunity to positively influence the lives of many older people in Ireland. Role Overview: Support Coordinators provide practical support and coordinate services for and with older people to address challenges and to find solutions. An integral part of the Support Coordination role is to help resolve financial and pension difficulties, support engagement with local events and activities, access housing grants and adaptations, navigate the healthcare system, access housing, and tenancy support, and resolve any other challenges that may arise. ALONE Support Coordinators act as a main point of contact to enable older people to access the supports and services they need. Support Coordinators are required to work both in-person and remotely with older people to ensure their needs are being met and they are receiving quality care and advice.  Your time will be divided between remote working and working in the community with the older person and external services.  Responsibilities: Regular travel and remote working is required with this role with adaptable working arrangements available to facilitate this flexibility. This role will involve developing services across CH06.  Remote Induction and training will be carried out on commencement of the role.  The salary scale offered for this position is €27,000 to €34,000 , depending on experience. Full clean driver's licence and use of a car are required. During the COVID-19 response, at times you will be required to work remotely from home and you will be provided with all equipment and devices to enable you to do this. To Apply  Please send a copy of your CV along with a cover letter stating what interests you about working with Alone, the role, and your availability by clicking Apply Now. ALONE is an equal opportunity employer.

9 days agoFull-time
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