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Cafe Supervisors - Dublin City Centre

Insomnia Coffee CompanyDublinFull-time

Insomnia Coffee is Europe’s 15th largest premium coffee chain with over 150 Cafes across Ireland & the UK in a mix of directly owned and managed cafes as well as partnerships and franchises. We’re growing our business and expanding our network of stores across Ireland. We’re always looking for enthusiastic coffee lovers who can deliver on the Insomnia philosophy; that you’ll get the best cup of coffee every time you visit our stores. In return, we can offer you a great work environment, where you can master your coffee and customer service skills, and opportunities to develop and progress your career with us as we continue to grow. What we offer: Competitive hourly rates | Flexible work patterns | Free meal on shift | Career progression Insomnia Supervisors If you think you have got what it takes to deliver our simple philosophy, please get in touch.

2 days ago

Duty Manager

Central HotelDublinFull-time

Job title: Duty Manager Objectives: To assist and enable employees under your control to consistently achieve a higher level of customer care. Responsible to: General Manager Communication: Front Office Manager, Accommodation Manager, Financial Controller, Maintenance Manager and other management General Responsibilities: This list of duties is not exhaustive and would include all other reasonable requests made by management/Supervisors

11 days ago

Group Human Resources Manager

Applegreen StoresDublinFull-time

Role Introduction:   Applegreen is in a rapid growth phase and is seeking to onboard a Group Human Resources Manager who will support the Group HR Director in shaping and guiding the Group HR function and delivering improvements and change across the Applegreen business. This is an exciting new role focused on building a long-term HR centre of excellence across the Group and supporting Applegreen in their future organisational development needs. The successful candidate will be a confident people person who can fit into the Group function seamlessly and adopt a hands-on approach to building the function. This role will suit a high calibre HR professional who is seeking a new career challenge and can thrive in a high performing environment. The role which reports to the Group HR Director will form part of a dynamic global team. Key Responsibilities: As such this is a new function and therefore the responsibilities will evolve and change over time. The core responsibilities will centre around four key pillars: - Building the Group HR function and centre of excellence (CoE) capability: In addition to its own proprietary Bakewell brand, the Group enjoys established partnerships with a portfolio of high-quality international brands. Following the Welcome Break acquisition, new brand partners include Starbucks, Waitrose, WH Smith, KFC, Pizza Express, Harry Ramsden and the Ramada and Days Inn hotel brands. These are in addition to existing brands including Burger King, Subway, Costa Coffee, Greggs, Lavazza, Chopstix, Freshii and 7-Eleven, some of which also have an existing presence on the Welcome Break network. Applegreen is the number one Motorway Service Area operator in the Republic of Ireland and the number two Motorway Service Area operator in the United Kingdom. Applegreen prides itself on its Charitable Fund. Which was set up in 2009. Every time a customer makes a shop and & fuel or a shop-only purchase, the company donates 1c to the Applegreen Charitable Fund. For 2018/19 by proudly supporting Focus Ireland, Irish Youth Foundation, DEBRA Ireland and Friends of the Cancer Centre. Further information is available at  

4 days ago

Laboratory Directorate Business Manager

Beaumont HospitalDublin67,135 - 80,475Full-time

Post Title: Laboratory Directorate Business Manager   Post Status: Temporary Department : Directorate of Laboratory Medicine Location : Beaumont Hospital, Dublin 9   Reports to : Chief Operations Officer and Laboratory Clinical Director Salary : Appointment will be made on Grade VIII (€67,135 - €80,475) at a point in line with Government pay policy.   Hours of work : Full-Time 37 Hours   Closing Date : 12 Noon on 26/07/2019 Position Summary: The Business Manager is a key member of the Directorate Management Team providing leadership to ensure the operational management and service delivery targets of the Directorate. The post holder will work on behalf of the Clinical Director and in conjunction with Laboratory Manager as required. The Business Manager will have responsibility for the following within his/her defined scope:

4 days ago

Accounts Assistant

Carr GolfDublin

Accounts Assistant Location: Park West, Dublin. Contract Type: 1 year initially Salary: DOE Company: Carr Golf is owned and operated by the renowned Carr family for more than 29 years, during which time we have become the leader in a wide range of golf services, including golf course management and maintenance, international golf travel and distinct events throughout the year. By blending years of experience & innovation, Carr Golf remains peerless in the golf arena. We respect the traditions of the game, and through core values of integrity and professionalism, our success is driven by our people, their insight and experience Responsibilities

2 days ago

Staff Nurse, Surgical Unit, St. Josephs Hospital, Temp SPC

Beaumont HospitalDublin29,346 - 45,701Full-time

Post Title : Staff Nurse, Surgical Unit Post Status : Temporary SPC Department : Surgical Unit Location : St Joseph’s Hospital Reports to : CNM2 Salary : Appointment will be made on Staff Nurse Grade (€29,346 - €45,701) at a point in line with Government pay policy. Hours of work : 39 hours per week Closing Date : Wednesday 24th July 2019 As a Staff Nurse, you will be expected to take responsibility for each shift for a caseload of patients. For these you will assess, plan, implement and evaluate care within the Roper, Logan and Tierney Model of Nursing. In addition, you are expected to practice within the Code of Practice guidelines from An Bord Altranais and within the Nursing and other Hospital Policies and Procedures. You will be held accountable to the Clinical Nurse Manager and in his/her absence to the delegated nurse holding shift responsibility for the ward. Discretion, initiative and an interest in teaching student nurses and preliminary training students to function independently is also a prerequisite. At all times you will practice within the limits of your experience and will have available to you more senior expert nurses. Overall, your responsibilities may be divided into clinical, professional, managerial and educational categories. Principal Duties & Responsibilities: 1. To maintain a high standard of nursing care. 2. To develop clinical expertise, leadership and teaching skills through nursing practice. 3. To share responsibility with the team for the management of nursing care and the patients environment under the direction of the Clinical Nurse Manager/Charge Nurse. 4. To maintain a high standard of professional and ethical responsibility. 5. To ensure safe discharge and transit of patients through the unit. CLINICAL ROLE: To provide and maintain effective, individualised nursing care by:- 1. Assessing (with the patients where possible) physical, psychological and social problems and the need for nursing intervention. 2. Preparing and up-dating the documentation within a nursing framework to include treatment delegated by medical staff. 3. Continuing the care provided at ward level to ensure safe discharge of patients to their home or care facility. 4. Acting as team leader in giving skilled nursing care and treatments for the patients using the unit. 5. Planning the involvement of the patient’s relatives, teaching and supervising nursing techniques in preparation for the transfer home. 6. Actively promote the transit care unit to ward staff and medical colleagues. CLINICAL: a) Assessment 1. Utilises assessment skills and techniques to determine patient transferred to the unit. 2. Completes and documents the nursing admission assessment in a thorough and accurate manner. 2. Assesses patient condition on an ongoing basis. 4. Assesses the need for patient/family instruction. b) Planning 1. Develops and documents a plan of care based on patient needs. 2. Develops patient teaching and discharge plans as necessary based on their current needs. 3. Collaborates with other health team members in planning care to expedite discharge safely. c) Implementation 1. Provides safe, comprehensive nursing care to a caseload of patients and within the guidelines laid out by NMBI. 2. Knows and practices according to established legal requirements, policy and procedures. 3. Establishes care priorities based on nursing/medical patient problems. 4. Performs procedures accurately, completely and safely. 5. Provides care with minimal supervision in a timely manner. 6. Maintains a safe environment for patients. 7. Respects the dignity and confidentiality of patients, serving as an advocate as necessary. 8. Functions quickly and effectively in an emergency situation. 9. Adapts to changing workload. 10. Deals with ward incidents and accidents in accordance with hospital policy. Accurately record and report detail. d) Evaluation 1. Contributes to nursing quality assurance by assisting in the identification of recurrent nursing problems and co-operating in data collection. COMMUNICATION SKILLS: 1. Documents according to policy and procedure. 2. Reports verbally and in writing pertinent patient care information to appropriate nursing/medical personnel. 3. Communicates appropriately with patients/relatives and colleagues and other members of the health care team. 4. Approaches interpersonal relationships in a manner that avoids antagonism, reduces conflict and prevents undue anxiety. 5. Recognises self-limitations and requests assistance. 2 PROFESSIONAL: a) Professional Expectations 1. Supports the philosophy, objectives and goals of the nursing department and hospital. 2. Follows appropriate lines of authority by discussing issues firstly with Clinical Nurse Manager, then with Unit Nurse Manager and then with the Director of Nursing. 3. Demonstrates flexibility by assisting in other areas of the Hospital as needed 4. Develop polices and SOPs in relation to transit care unit 5. Ensure all patients leaving transit care have all the appropriate discharge documentation and follow up arrangements. 3 MANAGEMENT: 1. Demonstrates ability to organise care for all transit care unit of patients. 2. Uses time effectively. 3. Shows ability to delegate work to Staff Nurses, Student Nurses or other. 4. Uses discretion for decision making regarding patient care. 5. Displays initiative. 6. Liaise with patient flow and CNM’s on the movement and transfer of patients from ward areas to transit care unit 7. Attend patient flow meetings and advocate the usage of transit care. 8. Reports on-going problems to CNM. EDUCATION: 1. Demonstrates ability to teach and guide more Junior Staff/Students/Healthcare assistants. 2. Shows interest in Post Graduate Education/Self Development. 3. Attends required standard number of Study Days in the year. Selection criteria: Selection criteria outline the qualifications, skills, knowledge and/or experience that the successful candidate would need to demonstrate for successful discharge of the responsibilities of the post. Applications will be assessed on the basis of how well candidates satisfy these criteria. Mandatory : • Be registered in the General Division of the Register of Nurses kept by An Bord Altranais (Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland) or be entitled to be so registered Desirable : • Surgical experience

4 days ago

Support Secretary

Dublin City UniversityDublin€27,004 - €33,543 per yearPermanent

Background Dublin City University ( is a research-intensive, globally-engaged, dynamic institution that is distinguished by both the quality and impact of its graduates and its focus on the translation of knowledge into societal and economic benefit. DCU prepares its students well for success in life, and in the workplace, by providing a high-quality, rounded education appropriate to the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century. Through its mission to transform lives and societies through education, research and innovation, DCU acts as an agent of social, cultural and economic progress. The INTRA Work Placement programme is a mandatory module for students undertaking undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes across all faculties and is accredited and assessed. It is acknowledged as a gateway for enhancing the employability of DCU graduates and in establishing and maintaining strong partnerships with industry. It also has a major influence in attracting students to DCU. Further information on INTRA can be found at Overview of the Role The INTRA admin support team member will be assigned to the INTRA Unit and will report to the Head of INTRA. He/she will act as a first point of contact with students and employers. He/she also provides clerical support for the INTRA unit. They will be involved principally in scheduling of INTRA interviews with students which are conducted by external organizations, both on campus and externally and in providing front line assistance to students and visiting employers. It is a key position within the team and of fundamental importance to the success of the INTRA process. Requirements/Skills The successful candidate will have excellent administration, organizational and communication skills and have the ability to work effectively under pressure. Attention to detail and the ability to prioritize work effectively are essential qualities required for the position. Duties & Responsibilities The successful candidate will report to the Head of INTRA and will be responsible for the following:  Act as first point of information for students with regard to INTRA and general DCU information as required.  Provide students with advice on where to find appropriate employment information and refer them for further information to relevant co-ordinator if necessary.  Be familiar with University structures and academic calendar in order to best guide students with general queries.  Schedule all INTRA student interviews (~2,000 per annum).  Book rooms for interviews on campus and arrange appropriate catering facilities.  Provide students with advice on location and travel arrangements for off campus interviews.  Ensure students have confirmed attendance at each interview using appropriate communications channels (email, SMS, phone).  Brief students on interview outcomes with any associated feedback from employer.  Help students with interpretation of basic conditions of temporary contracts of employment in conjunction with the Co-ordinators and check all contracts to ensure they meet minimum requirements for INTRA.  Contact each student in the workplace to check on progress and to get details relevant for tutor visit programme.  Administer a portfolio of employers with respect to INTRA interview process as assigned by the co-ordinators.  Assist employers with all aspects of recruitment of students by being familiar with their recruitment needs.  Meet & greet employers on arrival at DCU, provide them with information on interview schedule, candidate CVs, catering facilities and arrange transport where necessary  Monitor daily placement of students and re-organise interview times with employers and students to ensure interview schedules are without gaps.  Follow up with students and academic tutors for relevant information on placements.  Prioritise tasks and deal efficiently with peak workloads, by co-operating closely with other support staff and the Admin Assistant.  Complete tasks as assigned by Co-ordinators.  Ongoing communication with all team members for effective team synergy and successful completion of INTRA processes.  Assist with Student Support & Development projects as required. Experience and Qualifications Candidates must hold a leaving certificate or equivalent, a recognised secretarial course and three years relevant experience, preferably in a third level environment. Customer service experience is desirable, industrial experience will be an advantage. Candidates should have strong organisational skills together with good interpersonal skills, and the ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines. They should have good communication, administrative and computing skills. Salary Scale: €27,004 - €33,543 Appointment will be commensurate with qualifications and experience and will be made on the appropriate point of the Secretary Grade II salary scale, in line with current Government pay policy. Closing date: 01 August 2019 Application Procedure:  Application forms are available from the DCU Current Vacancies (open Competitions) website at and also from the Human Resources Department, Dublin City University, Dublin 9. Tel: +353 (0) 1 7005149.  Please clearly state the role that you are applying for in your application and email subject line: Job Ref # BC0402 INTRA Support Secretary (Grade II)  Applications should be submitted by email to or by Fax: +353 (0)1 7005500 or by post to the Human Resources Department, Dublin City University, Dublin 9.Human Resources Department, Dublin City University, Dublin 9. Tel: +353 1 700 5149; Fax: +353 1 700 5500 Email: Dublin City University is an equal opportunities employer

1 day ago

Human Capital


About Deloitte Deloitte is the brand under which tens of thousands of dedicated professionals in independent firms throughout the world collaborate to provide audit, consulting, financial advisory, risk management, and tax services to selected clients. Deloitte’s Consulting Practice is one of the world's leading Management Consulting firms for executable Strategy, Operations, Technology, and Human Capital Advisory services. The consulting practice is built around integrated core capabilities - people, process, technology and industry expertise - the capabilities needed to help clients to tackle their most complex challenges. What do we value? At Deloitte, we foster a collaborative culture where talented individuals can produce their best work. We value innovative thinking, diverse insights and a genuinely distinctive level of customer service. We value difference, with respect at the heart of our inclusive culture, and we support agile working arrangements. About the team It is our mission to enhance an organisation's value through people. How are we doing this? By redefining human, capital and how it is managed and measured. By assembling a highly talented and integrated team of business consultants and deep technical specialists. By fostering an environment of innovation. By aggressively investing in leading-edge metrics, methodologies, and tools. Simply, by being more than your typical Human Capital Consulting Practice. Our HR Transformation (HRT) professionals work with complex organisations to clearly define, structure, and implement HR solutions for their future talent needs. We create a uniform, high quality, cost-effective HR service model, powered by technological capabilities in order to optimise business alignment and performance. How will this role make an impact that matters with Deloitte? Our Managers add real value to our clients across all industries through managing projects, managing people, and providing thought leadership across a range of HR Transformation initiatives and trends. Their input contributes to the transformation of our clients’ HR functions and the introduction of effective, innovative and digital HR solutions. Our Managers lead the Consultants and Senior Consultants they manage; ensuring they are continuously learning and developing the skills they need to be successful in their careers. Requirements and Responsibilities of the Role Deloitte are currently seeking to grow our HR Transformation team. To qualify for the role candidates must be able to demonstrate skills and experience in general HR and consulting, in addition to some of the expertise outlined in the areas below: HR Transformation, Consulting Skills & Experience We are always interested in talking with professionals about their next career experience with Deloitte. If you have a passion for learning from talented people and benefit from the support of a global organisation and network, apply online now or contact Nora Castro at for further information. Deloitte Ireland is a member of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL), a private company limited by guarantee and is a statutory Audit firm with nearly 2,000 people in Ireland. We provide audit, tax, consulting, and corporate finance services to public and private clients spanning multiple industries. With a globally connected network of member firms in more than 150 countries, Deloitte brings world class capabilities and deep local expertise to help clients succeed wherever they operate. Requisition code: 155664

2 days ago

Head Of Games Casino & Vegas

Paddy PowerDublin

The Role... Reporting to the Paddy Power Gaming Commercial Director, the Head of Games, Casino & Vegas will be Dublin based and will have overall P&L responsibility, commercial & operational ownership of the Paddy Power Games, Casino & Vegas product verticals. This entails driving market-beating growth of a triple-digit millions business unit, developing investment cases & go to market plans for multi-million-euro brand campaigns & digital acquisition investment, while ensuring flawless (and consistently compliant) operational execution of retention marketing plans supported by a wide variety of internal stakeholders and third-party casino content providers – all while being cognisant of operating our business in a fully responsible way at all times. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate that they can: Paddy Power Betfair plc is an international sports betting and gaming operator, with a market-leading presence in the UK, Ireland, Australia and the USA, as well as a range of operations across Europe including Romania, Portugal and Malta. We operate five sports betting and gaming brands; Paddy Power, Betfair, Sportsbet, FanDuel and TVG. We are online-led, mobile-led and sports-led: and our proprietary technology, unique products and innovative marketing all combine to offer a superb experience to our five million customers worldwide. Our spirit, talent and ambition has taken us into the FTSE 100 index of the London Stock Exchange and we now employ over 7,000 people in sixteen locations across the globe; from Dublin to Los Angeles, and London to Melbourne. Our culture rewards innovation, teamwork and we like to stay fast-moving in a dynamic industry.

2 days ago

Clerical Officer

The Pensions AuthorityDublin

Title: Clerical Officer Employer: The Pensions Authority Salary: €23,572 Level: General Clerical Officer Panel Posts: Permanent and Temporary (subject to satisfactory completion of probation) The Authority is seeking to establish a panel as part of this recruitment process from which any future permanent or temporary general CO posts in the Authority may be filled. Email: Closing time and date: 12.00pm (noon) on Friday 02 August 2019 The Pensions Authority Verschoyle House 28-30 Lower Mount Street Dublin 2 Introduction The Pensions Authority (the Authority) is a statutory body set up under the Pensions Act, 1990 as amended (the Act). The Authority regulates occupational pension schemes; trust RACs and Personal Retirement Savings Accounts (PRSAs) in Ireland. The Pensions Authority’s mission is to: 1. foster public confidence in pensions by regulating pension schemes and PRSAs effectively and efficiently. 2. support pension scheme trustees and the public through providing guidance and information. 3. provide expert advice to the Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection to help inform policy development. The Authority has six Units to oversee its work. These are:  Compliance – manages and oversees the compliance of all regulated entities with the Pensions Act.  Development – designs and implements changes to the Authority’s oversight of regulated entities.  Legal – provides legal advice and expertise for the organisation.  Operations – responsible for corporate services and communications.  Regulatory Intelligence – responsible for all IT and data management.  Technical – manages enquiries, technical advice and guidance, external relationships. The role of the Clerical Officer (General) The duties of the Clerical Officer involve clerical and administration tasks and may vary depending on the nature of work carried out by the employing operating unit. The Clerical Officer will normally report to the relevant Executive Officer. The main duties and responsibilities of this role include:  General clerical duties – typing, filing, photocopying, inputting data, handling/dealing with correspondence, answering/making phone calls etc.;  Supporting line managers and colleagues;  Processing, auditing and examination of various documentation;  Managing high volumes of data input and validation;  Dealing with the public/customers (internal and external) e.g. responding to queries and providing information in a professional and courteous manner, in person, on the telephone and via e-mail;  Use of Information Technology e.g. word processing, spreadsheets, database, email and internet;  Providing secretarial support for meetings and taking minutes when required;  Maintaining complete and accurate files and records, for example, by using the Authority’s data system or other filing systems that are in place;  Providing reception cover e.g. operating the switchboard, answering and directing calls, greeting visitors, logging post/cheques etc.;  Supporting supervisors and colleagues as required;  Working as part of a team to deliver high quality services;  Completing routine accounts work;  Complying with any duties that may be assigned from time to time by the relevant Unit Head. Note The above is a general summary of the Clerical Officer duties within the Authority. However, duties may vary depending on the operating unit to which successful candidates are allocated. Essential requirements  Relevant clerical/administration/customer service experience  Ability to work on own initiative  Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office and databases  Strong written and verbal communication skills  Excellent customer service skills  Ability to work effectively within a team environment  Commitment to delivering quality work  Sound judgement and problem-solving skills  Willingness to learn and to develop skills, knowledge and expertise Desirable skills/experience  A compliance, policy or regulatory background and/or pensions administration experience would be advantageous. Application process Interested candidates must submit an application form, as provided, demonstrating how they meet the requirements of this position to Applicants must demonstrate in the application form, by reference to specific achievements in their career to date that they possess the qualities, skills and knowledge required for the role of Clerical Officer as identified in the ‘Essential requirements’ and the Pensions Authority competency framework for Clerical Officer (set out in Appendix 1). Email applications must be marked in the subject heading as ‘Clerical Officer Pensions Authority – your name’. Please note that failure to do so may result in your application being deemed ineligible. It is strongly recommended that you do not change your email address or mobile phone number in the course of this recruitment competition, as any correspondence will be through the email address/mobile phone number originally supplied by you. Closing date The closing date and time for receipt of applications is 12 noon on Friday 02 August 2019. Only applications fully completed and submitted by email on time will be accepted into the competition process. If you do not receive an acknowledgment of receipt of your application within three working days of the closing date, please contact Ms. Mary O’Sullivan at or 01 638 4400. Please note the requirement above relating to the email subject heading. It is the Authority’s policy that applications will strictly not be accepted after the closing time. Selection process While candidates may meet the eligibility criteria of the competition, if the numbers applying for the post are such that it would not be practical to progress all candidates to the next stage of the selection process, the Authority may decide that a certain number only will be progressed to the next stage. Candidates will be progressed through the various stages of the selection process based on their order of merit at each stage. The selection process may include:  Shortlisting of candidates on the basis of the information provided in the application to reduce the list of candidates for interview. It is therefore in your own interest to provide a detailed and accurate account of how your skills, personal qualities, qualifications and experience meet the requirements of the post.  a competitive initial/preliminary interview; and/or  a competitive final interview(s); and/or  presentations or task Notification to attend interview will issue at least one week in advance. Candidates will be required to attend interviews at their own expense. It is not possible to alter the allocated interview date or time. Candidates who do not attend for interview when and where required, or confirm their attendance for interview if requested, will have no claim for further consideration and their candidature will be deemed to be withdrawn. It is expected that interviews will be conducted the week commencing 26 August 2019. Candidates must produce satisfactory documentary evidence of all qualifications claimed by them, on request. Failure to produce such documentary evidence when requested may lead to disqualification from the competition and/or termination of contract. Therefore, it is advised that you have this documentation available to you when making your application. Any candidate who supplies false or misleading information in their application will be disqualified. We will endeavour to keep candidates informed of the progress of their application at the earliest possible date. Candidates should note that canvassing will disqualify and will result in their exclusion from the process. Important notes regarding the establishment of and placement on a panel The Authority may establish a panel of the successful candidates in order of merit. Any panel created will expire after a designated period from its establishment, or when it has been exhausted, whichever is sooner. The Authority may decide that only a certain number will be placed on any such panel. Qualification and placement on a panel is not a guarantee of appointment to a position. Candidates not appointed at the expiry of the panel will have no claim to a position thereafter because of having been on the panel. More detailed information regarding establishment of a panel (if any), duration of any such panel and placement on the panel will be provided to successful candidates. If you are placed on a panel, and are subsequently offered an assignment, you must be available to take up the post as offered. Vacancies may need to be filled with immediate effect therefore if you are not contactable, the Authority will immediately move on to the next available candidate. Candidates who wish to be considered for positions which may arise must be available for the full duration of the contract offered. General conditions of employment Pay Entry will be at the minimum of the Clerical Officer (Standard) Scale, which is €23,572, for persons appointed to certain direct entry grades in the public service on or after 6 April 1995. The salary scale for the position (as per Circular 20/18) is as follows: For persons newly appointed to the public service on or after 6 April 1995 (Class A PRSI): €23,572, €25,114, €25,507, €26,270, €27,398, €28,523, €29,649, €30,469, €31,553, €32,638, €33,401, € 34,474, €35,540, €37,204, €38,512¹, €39,112². (Figures as per 20/18) In the event of appointment to a permanent or temporary position with the Authority the appointee must serve a probationary period, which normally will last for 9 months. If at any time during this period it appears that the appointee would not be suitable for final appointment the probation will be terminated. Hours of attendance Hours of attendance will be fixed from time to time but will amount, on average, to not less than 43 hours and 15 minutes gross or 37 hours net of lunch breaks per week. Normal working hours are from 09.00 to 17.30 Monday to Thursday and 09.00 to 17.15 on Friday, including lunch. Evening and weekend work may be required from time to time. Where extra attendance is necessary, payment or time off in lieu may be allowed in accordance with the normal regulations for the grade. Please note that hours of attendance may be subject to change from time to time in line with Government/local policy and practices. Annual Leave The annual leave allowance for the position of Clerical Officer is 22 working days per year, rising to 23 after five years’ service and to 24 after ten years’ service. This allowance is subject to the usual conditions regarding the granting of annual leave, is based on a five day week and is exclusive of the usual public holidays. Business Travel When absent from home and headquarters on duty appropriate travelling expenses and subsistence allowances will be paid subject to the normal Civil Service regulations. Pension Entitlements The successful candidate will be offered the appropriate pension terms and conditions as prevailing in the Authority at the time of being offered an appointment. In general, and except for candidates who have worked in a pensionable (non-single scheme terms) public service job in the 26 weeks prior to appointment, this means being offered appointment based on membership of the Single Public Service Pension Scheme (“Single Scheme”). Candidates will be notified of which scheme will apply to them, at the time of being offered an appointment. The Single Scheme, as provided for in the Public Service Pensions (Single Scheme and Other Provisions) Act 2012, came into effect on 1 January 2013. From that date onwards, new public servants will be members of the Single Scheme, which will provide CPI-linked defined-benefit pensions based on career-average pay. The Scheme’s minimum pension age will be linked to the State Pension age (66 years initially, rising to 67 in 2021 and 68 in 2028). Retirement for most members will be compulsory on reaching age 70. For further information in relation to the Single Public Service Pension Scheme for Public Servants please see: Pension Accrual A 40-year limit on total service that can be counted towards pension where a person has been a member of more than one existing public service pension scheme will apply. This 40-year limit, which is provided for in the Public Service Pensions (Single Scheme and other Provisions) Act 2012 came into effect on 28 July 2012. This may have implications for any appointee who has acquired pension rights in a previous public service employment. Additional Superannuation Contribution From 1 January 2019, an “Additional Superannuation Contribution” (ASC) is payable by public servants on their pensionable pay. This arises from the Public Service Stability Agreement (PSSA, 2018 – 2020) and the provisions of Part 4 of the Public Service Pay and Pensions Act 2017. ASC replaces the pension-related deduction (PRD) which was abolished with effect from 1 January 2019 by Section 4 of the Public Service Pay and Pension Act 2017. Note Candidates should note that different pay and conditions may apply if, immediately prior to appointment with the Authority, the appointee is/was a serving civil or public servant. The above represents the principal conditions of service and is not intended to be the comprehensive list of all terms and conditions of employment, which will be set out in the employment contract to be agreed with the successful candidate. Clerical Officer - Panel Monday, 08 July 2019:  The Pensions Authority is seeking to establish a Clerical Officer panel from which any future permanent or temporary general CO posts in the Authority may be filled. The deadline for applications is  12 noon on Friday, 02 August 2019

10 days ago
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