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Clinical Nurse Manager Glenamoy

St Michaels HouseDublin

Clinical Nurse Manager 1 (CNM1) St. Michael's House Services is a community based organisation committed to providing a quality person centred service and high standard of living to people with an intellectual disability in the greater Dublin area. St.Michael’s House is committed to providing individualised supports to people so that they can enjoy experiences, opportunities and lifestyles similar to their peers. Vacancy exists for a full-time Permanent Contract Clinical Nurse Manager 1 in Glenamoy Applications are invited for this position from suitably qualified candidates. This role requires a strong ability to lead a team and to problem solve and work on own initiative. Essential Criteria: Salary Scale: Successful candidates will be paid in line with HSE revised consolidated HSE Clinical Nurse Manager 1 Scale Closing date for receipt of applications is 20/05/2024 To apply: Apply via on-line application including cover letter on www.smh.ie/careers Please outline in your cover letter your suitability for the role considering the criteria in the above advert. Informal enquires to Service Manager Maria Deaton 0873522209 /0879808632 or nursing recruitment 0860358500. Please note that interviews for these positions will be conducted using specifically developed competencies. Job offer is subject to approval under the process of funded posts in Disability Services in the HSE and Section 38 Agencies St. Michael's House Services is an equal opportunities employer.

12 days agoFull-timePermanent

Staff Officer

The Housing AgencyDublin 2€48,089 - €57,572 per year

The Housing Agency is a government body working with the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Local Authorities and Approved Housing Bodies (AHBs) in the delivery of housing and housing services. The Agency’s vision is to achieve an integrated housing system, meeting the nation’s housing needs and promoting sustainable communities. It does this by providing evidence-based housing insights and data that inform thinking and policy making; by working with others to enable the delivery of housing solutions and implement programmes and actions in Government housing policy; and by equipping itself and its stakeholders with the capacity required to respond quickly and effectively to challenges in the housing system. The Agency’s work to deliver sustainable and affordable housing for all is framed under three broad themes: • Being a centre for housing knowledge; • Bridging housing supply and demand; and • Building capacity for housing. We provide a broad range of services including: • Assisting local authorities with all aspects of their housing function • Supporting affordable housing initiatives including cost rental and affordable purchase schemes • Housing acquisitions and property sourcing for social housing • Managing the Croí Cónaithe Fund • Technical advice and supports to local authorities and AHBs regarding capital construction and refurbishment projects and procurement • Financial appraisals of AHB funding applications • Co-ordination of the Housing First initiative • Mortgage to Rent • Research, financial analysis and policy advice • Pyrite Remediation and the Defective Concrete Block Schemes • Land development and management • Loan Underwriting • Housing practitioner training and information • National Housing Strategy for Disabled People The Housing Agency is now seeking applications for a Staff Officer IT – Grade V vacancy on a permanent basis. This post is based in our offices in Dublin 2. The Housing Agency operate a Blended Working Policy. Main Duties • Promote the effective use of ICT to support the business of the organisation. Collaborate with other departments to understand IT needs and requirements. • Provide frontline IT support and training to members of the organisation - explaining complex technical information to a non-technical audience. • Train employees to use software and hardware; troubleshoot issues and provide technical support when needed. • Support end users to maximize their use of the systems in place in the organisation. • Communicate effectively and confidently with end users and senior management. • Helpdesk ticket management - track and update relevant service requests. Ensure ICT issues are resolved or escalated to the proper resources to resolve in a timely manner with minimum disruption to the operational business areas. • Participate in the development and roll out of ICT policies as required; ensuring that all IT security policies and procedures are adhered to. Ensure all ICT security policies and procedures are followed, maintained, and implemented correctly on servers and systems. • Manage cloud resources. • Manage and monitor network infrastructure, including routers, switches, firewalls, and VPNs. • Ensure data backups are made on a regular basis. • Install and upgrade PCs, laptops, network printers, and IoT devices. • Asset Tagging • Help ensure that the organisation operates the best security practices such as MFA, digital signing, device encryption, mobile device management, and network monitoring. • Document IT systems, configurations, and procedures for knowledge sharing and training. • Test and evaluate new hardware and software to determine if they are suitable for the organisation. • Keep up to date with advancements in computing technology and recommend upgrades or changes as necessary. • Other duties as assigned by the Director or Chief Executive Personal/Educational Requirements • A relevant bachelor’s degree in IT or equivalent or a minimum of three year’s relevant IT experience. • Good working knowledge of Microsoft products i.e. Windows 11, Server 2019/2022, creation and administration of user accounts, Microsoft 365, Teams, SharePoint, OneDrive, Intune etc. Software installation, configuration, and lifecycle update management. Competencies • Communication and Interpersonal Skills - Tailors communications to effectively reach an audience. Is assertive and professional when dealing with challenging issues • Teamwork - Promotes cooperation and commitment within a team to achieve goals and deliverables. • Delivery of Results – Manages and progresses multiple projects and work activities successfully • Decision Making - Exercises good judgment, makes well informed decisions in a timely manner; consults with others as appropriate before implementing decisions • Planning and Organising - Contributes to the development of operational plans, ensures plans are fully implemented, and monitors progress to operational objectives • Specialist Knowledge - Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office apps, software installation, support, configuration, and lifecycle update management, web technologies and best practice IT policies and procedures. Salary Scale – Staff Officer – Grade VI LA Scales €48,089 - €49,561 - €51,039 - €52,537 - €54,047 LSI 1 - €55,806 LSI 2 - €57,572 New entrants will be appointed on the first point of the scale in line with government policy. Different terms and conditions may apply if immediately before appointment you are a currently serving civil/public servant. Eligibility to compete: Candidates should note that eligibility to compete is open to citizens of the European Economic Area (EEA). 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. To qualify candidates must be citizens of the EEA by the date of any job offer. Eligible candidates must be: a) A citizen of the European Economic Area. The EEA consists of the Member States of the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway; or b) A citizen of the United Kingdom (UK); or c) A citizen of Switzerland pursuant to the agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the free movement of persons; or d) A non-EEA citizen who is a spouse or child of an EEA or Swiss citizen and has a stamp 4 visa; or e) A person awarded international protection under the International Protection Act 2015 or any family member entitled to remain in the State as a result of family reunification and has a stamp 4 visa; or f) A non-EEA citizen who is a parent of a dependent child who is a citizen of, and resident in, an EEA member state or Switzerland and has a stamp 4 visa

12 days agoFull-time

Accounts Assistant, Medical Devices Operations Manager

Dublin€25,549 - €43,098 per year

Accounts Assistant (37-24) Job Type Permanent Full-Time Remote Work Option Hybrid Category Administrative Support Location Dublin Job Grade Level B Job Details JOB DESCRIPTION JOB TITLE: Accounts Assistant DIVISION: Corporate Service DEPARTMENT: Finance REPORTS TO: Accountant GRADE: Level B REF 37-24 FULL TIME / PART TIME: Full Time STATUS: Permanent Job Overview Providing the delivery of financial support services to the organisation with primary focus in the area of Accounts Payable. Key Tasks and Responsibilities All tasks to be delivered in line with internal controls and procedures and in accordance with Revenue regulations. Accounts Payable – Creditors Remuneration: Level B Contributory Pay Scale: €25,549 (Min), €43,098 (Max), €44,382 (LSI 1)*, €45,683 (LSI 2)*. *Please note this increment is applicable after 3 years’ service on the previous point All appointments are made in accordance with the Department of Finance and the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform guidelines. Salary implications for existing Civil/Public servants should be queried with HR Unit, NSAI. Starting Salary: Candidates should note that entry will be at the first point of the appropriate scale and will not be subject to negotiation. The rate of remuneration may be adjusted from time to time in line with Government pay policy. Further details of the post can be found on the NSAI website.

12 days agoFull-timePart-time

Defence Forces Cadetships 2024

The Defence ForcesNationwide€22,630 - €35,157 per year

The Defence Forces Cadetship will prepare individuals morally, mentally and physically for their role as leaders in the Defence Forces whilst instilling the organisations values of respect, loyalty, selflessness, physical courage, moral courage and integrity into students. Applications are now open Naval Service Cadetships 2024.  Candidates must be 18 years of age or above and under 39 years of age on the 19th May 2024. Closing date for Naval Service Cadetship applications is Sunday 19th May 2024 at 2359hrs GDPR Notice All applications for Defence Forces positions are processed in accordance with the Defence Forces Applicants Privacy Notice, as set out on the applicants page with Candidate Manager Careers Information Applications forms for entry into the Defence Forces are only available through the online application form on this site. The online application form for enlistment is only available when recruitment competitions are open. There is NO access to the online application form when recruitment is closed. Reserve Defence Forces The Defence Forces are  NOT  accepting applications the Reserve Forces at this time. Please Note: Application forms for entry into the Defence Forces are only available through the online application form on this site. The online application form for enlistment is only available when recruitment competitions are open. There is NO access to the online application form when recruitment is closed. Applications Through Irish To make an application through Irish send an email to  recruitment@defenceforces.ie  to request an application form. Cadetships may be available in the following: NAVAL SERVICE (Operations Branch) NAVAL SERVICE (Marine Engineering) NAVAL SERVICE (Electrical Engineering) Subject to the specific criteria being fulfilled as outlined below, applications may be made by the following: GRADUATES SCHOOL LEAVERS/NON-GRADUATES SERVING PERSONNEL 1. GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS To qualify for the award of a Cadetship, a candidate shall: a. at the time of application be- (i) a citizen of the State, or be any other person who has a lawful entitlement to reside and work within the State for the period of enlistment required for the course of training as a cadet and, if subsequently commissioned as an officer, for the additional period of time that is required for the purpose of any such appointment. (ii) Be of good character and satisfy any security clearance requirement. b. Be 18 years of age or above and under 39 years of age on the closing date for applications i.e. 5th May 2024. 2. MINIMUM EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (a) Naval Service – Operations Branch School Leaver or Non-Graduate Candidates Must possess a minimum of Grade H5 in 3 Higher Level papers, and, Grade 04 in 3 Ordinary Level Papers or Grade H7 in 3 Higher level papers. Candidates must have obtained these grades in a single sitting of the Leaving Certificate examination for CAO computation purposes. AND A candidate’s educational qualifications must include a minimum of Grade 06 at Ordinary level or H6 at Higher Level in the following subjects: (i) Mathematics. (ii) Irish. NUI matriculation exemptions apply. (iii) English. Candidates whose first language is not English must satisfy the English language requirements in accordance with NUI Matriculations Regulations. Subject to meeting the criteria to have obtained a minimum of Grade H4 in 4 Higher Level papers, and, Grade O2 in 2 Ordinary level papers or Grade H7 in 2 Higher level papers, a candidate may use the results of another sitting of the Leaving Certificate for the minimum educational requirements in (i) to (iii) above. Where a School Leaver applicant is undertaking a field of study in Nautical Science at Level 7 (or below) of the NFQ, they may be facilitated in continuing their training to complete their field of study in Nautical Science at Level 7 of the NFQ in a college nominated by the Flag Officer Commanding Naval Service. Where a School Leaver applicant has undertaken / is undertaking a Level 8 (or below) NFQ qualification not specified above, they may seek a determination that the course of study meets the requirements subject to submitting suitable evidence of equivalence to Defence Forces Recruitment Section, Defence Forces Headquarters, Department of Defence, Station Road, Newbridge, Co. Kildare, W12 AD93, for the Flag Officer Commanding Naval Service’s determination. Graduate Candidates Must have successfully completed a Bachelor Degree programme at Level 8 of the National Framework of Qualifications. OR Have successfully completed a Bachelor Degree programme at Level 7 of the National Framework of Qualifications, from a recognised institution, in Nautical Science. (b) Naval Service – Marine Engineering School Leaver or Non-Graduate Candidates Must possess a minimum of H5 in 3 Higher Level papers, and a minimum of Grade O4 in 3 Ordinary Level papers or Grade H6 in 3 Higher Level papers. Candidates must have obtained these grades in a single sitting of the Leaving Certificate examination for CAO computation purposes. AND A candidate’s educational qualifications must include: (i) Mathematics. Minimum of Grade 02 in an Ordinary Level Paper or Grade H6 in a Higher Level paper. (ii) Irish. Minimum Grade O6 in an Ordinary Level paper or Grade H6 in a Higher Level paper. NUI matriculation exemptions apply. (iii) English. Minimum Grade O6 in an Ordinary Level paper or Grade H6 in a Higher Level paper. Candidates whose first language is not English must satisfy the English language requirements in accordance with NUI Matriculations Regulations. Subject to meeting the criteria to have obtained a minimum of Grade H5 in 3 Higher Level papers, and, a minimum of Grade O4 in 3 Ordinary Level or Grade H6 in 3 Higher Level papers, a candidate may use the results of another sitting of the Leaving Certificate for the minimum educational requirements in (i) to (iii) above. Where a School Leaver applicant is undertaking an engineering programme in Marine Engineering at Level 7 (or below) of the NFQ, they may be facilitated in continuing their training to complete an engineering programme in Marine Engineering at Level 7 of the NFQ in a college nominated by the Flag Officer Commanding Naval Service. Where a School Leaver applicant has undertaken / is undertaking a Level 8 (or below) NFQ qualification not specified above, they may seek a determination that the course of study meets the requirements subject to submitting suitable evidence of equivalence to Defence Forces Recruitment Section, Defence Forces Headquarters, Department of Defence, Station Road, Newbridge, Co. Kildare, W12 AD93, for the Flag Officer Commanding Naval Service’s determination. Graduate Candidates Must have successfully completed a Bachelor Degree programme at Level 8 of the National Framework of Qualifications. OR Have successfully completed a Bachelor Degree programme at Level 7 of the National Framework of Qualifications, from a recognised institution, in Marine Engineering. (c) Naval Service - Electrical Engineering School Leaver or Non – Graduate Candidates Must possess a minimum of Grade H4 in 4 Higher Level papers, and a minimum of Grade 02 in 2 Ordinary Level papers or Grade H7 in 2 Higher Level papers. Candidates must have obtained these grades in a single sitting of the Leaving Certificate examination for CAO computation purposes, AND A candidate’s educational qualifications must include the following: (i) Mathematics. Minimum of Grade H5 in a Higher Level paper. (ii) Irish. Minimum Grade O6 in an Ordinary Level paper or Grade H6 in a Higher Level paper. NUI matriculation exemptions apply. (iii) English. Minimum Grade O6 in an Ordinary Level paper or Grade H6 in a Higher Level paper. Candidates whose first language is not English must satisfy the English language requirements in accordance with NUI Matriculations Regulations. Subject to meeting the criteria to have obtained a minimum of Grade H4 in 4 Higher Level papers, and, a minimum of Grade 02 in 2 Ordinary Level papers or Grade H7 in 2 Higher Level papers, a candidate may use the results of another sitting of the Leaving Certificate for the minimum educational requirements in (i) to (iii) above. Where a School Leaver applicant is undertaking an engineering programme in Electrical / Electronic Engineering at Level 8 (or below) of the NFQ, they may be facilitated in continuing their training to complete an engineering programme in Electrical / Electronic Engineering at Level 8 of the NFQ in a college nominated by the Flag Officer Commanding Naval Service. Where a School Leaver applicant has undertaken / is undertaking a Level 8 (or below) NFQ qualification not specified above, they may seek a determination that the course of study meets the requirements subject to submitting, suitable evidence of equivalence, to Defence Forces Recruitment Section, Defence Forces Headquarters, Department of Defence, Station Road, Newbridge, Co. Kildare, W12 AD93, for the Flag Officer Commanding Naval Service’s determination. Graduate Candidates Graduate Candidates must have successfully completed a Bachelor Degree programme at Level 8 or higher of the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ) in either Electrical or Electronic Engineering. Where an applicant has a Level 8 or higher NFQ qualification not specified above, they may seek a determination that the qualification meets the requirements subject to submitting, suitable evidence of equivalence, to Defence Forces Recruitment Section, Defence Forces Headquarters, Department of Defence, Station Road, Newbridge, Co. Kildare, W12 AD93, for the Flag Officer Commanding Naval Service’s determination. PLEASE NOTE: • Leaving Certificate Applied does not qualify for the Cadetship competitions. • Where applicable, applications for Cadetships are invited from persons who are sitting examinations in the competition year, which would enable them to satisfy the Minimum Educational Qualifications criteria for each cadetship category. Original documentary evidence that a candidate meets the minimum educational qualifications, as outlined above, must be presented to the relevant Interview Board Secretary. Applicants will be notified of a date via email when this evidence must be provided. • Candidates must provide documentary proof from the National University of Ireland, at Stage 1 of the selection procedure, for any educational exemptions. Further information is available on www.nui.ie • In order to be eligible to apply for a Cadetship, holders of European and International qualifications must satisfy the Matriculation Registration requirements as outlined in the current “NUI Matriculation Regulations available on www.nui.ie. The equivalent grades required for those candidates who sat the Leaving Certificate Examination prior to 2017 can be found at Annex E.3. 3. MEDICAL AND PHYSICAL STANDARDS Candidates must be in good mental and bodily health and free from any physical defect, abnormality, physiological condition or history of serious illness likely to interfere with the efficient performance of their duties. The following are the minimum physical requirements: a. Height A candidates’ height will be determined at the Medical Examination – see Para. 8. Weight and chest measurements must be in keeping with height and age. Min. height: 157.48cm Note: BMI will be determined at Stage 2, the Assessment Phase of the competition. b. Vision Colour vision must be normal. Both eyes must be free from disfiguring or incapacitating abnormality and free from acute or chronic disease. There must be no evidence of squint or latent squint. The eligibility of applicants who have had previous incisional or laser treatment to correct visual acuity will be determined at the Medical Examination. Please see Annex C for further information. • Operations Branch: Vision not less than 6/9 in one eye and not less than 6/12 in the other eye with normal night vision, without the use of corrective lenses. • Engineering Branch: Not less than 6/18 in each eye, corrected to not less than 6/6 in one eye and 6/9 in the other. c. Dental Candidates must be free from any serious periodontal disease and possess teeth to a specific standard, which is not less than the equivalent of eleven over eleven natural teeth functionally opposed. In certain circumstances, artificial teeth may be acceptable. d. Hearing A good standard of unaided hearing is essential. Candidates will be required to undergo an audiometric test at which: (1) The sum of the hearing threshold at 1,2,3, 4 and 6 kHz should not exceed the age and gender related warning levels contained in the "Guidelines on Hearing Checks and Audiometry Regulations 2007", issued by the Health and Safety Authority (2) Candidates under 25 years of age must be able to hear all measured pure tones up to and including 8 kHz at 20dB in each ear. Candidates aged 25 and older must be able to hear all measured pure tones up to and including 8 kHz at 25dB in each ear. Candidates must also be free from acute or chronic ear disorders. Pay and Allowances etc. 1. In line with Department of Finance instructions of 23 December 2010, starting pay will be at the minimum of the scale. The rate of remuneration may, be adjusted from time to time in line with Government pay policy. 2. The following are the current rates of pay that apply to Cadets with effect from 1 October 2023 Officers Pay: Rate 1 - Cadets Current Rates of Pay with effect from 1 October 2023 Point Personal Pension Contribution (PPC) scale Full PRSI (Class H) 1st €22,630 2nd €25,149 3rd €28,361 4th €31,253 5th €35,157

13 days agoFull-time

Trainee Military Aircraft Systems Technician

The Defence ForcesNationwide

CONDITIONS GOVERNING THE AWARDING OF A PLACE TO BECOME AN AIR CORPS TRAINEE MILITARY AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN IN THE AIR CORPS 1. GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS To qualify, a candidate shall at the time of application be: (i) a citizen of the State, or be any other person who has a lawful entitlement to reside and work within the State for the period of time that is required for the purpose of any such appointment and (ii) be of good character and satisfy any security clearance required and (iii) meet the required minimum standards of medical and physical fitness. 2. AGE REQUIREMENT Candidates must be 18 years of age or above and under 39 years of age on 12th June 2024. Please note that the upper age limit may be the subject of review in advance of future Competitions. 3. MINIMUM EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS Candidates must have attained the required minimum educational qualifications at the time of entry into the Air Corps. On enlistment, a candidate must have obtained specific minimum grades in the Leaving Certificate/National Equivalent. The standard minimum entry requirements are a minimum of Grade O6 in five subjects, at ordinary level, to include Mathematics, English or Irish or National Equivalent qualification and one of the following subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, Construction Studies or other STEM subject (scientific, technical, engineering, mathematical). Foundation Level and Leaving Cert Applied subjects are not reckonable. PLEASE NOTE: GUIDE TO THE AIR CORPS TRAINEE MILITARY AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN TRAINING PROGRAMME 2024 1. THE AIR CORPS The Air Corps currently operates twenty six aircraft in multi-role national aviation tasks. The types of aircraft include Learjet 45, CASA CN235 maritime patrol aircraft, Airbus CN295 maritime patrol aircraft, BN Defender, Pilatus PC-9M and PC-12. The Air Corps also operates Eurocopter EC135 and Leonardo AW139 helicopters. The primary role of the Air Corps is to provide support to the Army, Naval Service and An Garda Síochána in countering threats to State security on land, sea and air. In addition, the day to day peace time role of the Air Corps includes activities such as Maritime Surveillance, Fishery Protection, Garda Air Support Unit, Ministerial Air Transport, Emergency Aeromedical Service and Air Ambulance The Air Corps trains its own Military Pilot Officers, Military Aircraft Technicians, Military Air Traffic Controllers, Air Photographers and General Service personnel. Air Corps personnel may serve overseas as mandated by Government. 2. THE AIR CORPS TRAINEE MILITARY AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN PROGRAMME The purpose of the Air Corps Trainee Military Aircraft Systems Technician programme is to provide military aircraft technicians for the Irish Air Corps. The programme offers successful candidates the opportunity of becoming an efficient and disciplined member of the Air Corps The trainee technician undergoes full basic military training and passes out as a 3-Star soldier prior to commencing their technical training. This is a unique opportunity for an individual who has an interest in military training to also pursue a career in aviation maintenance. The initial military training affords the trainee technician an opportunity to develop skills which are applicable to the aircraft maintenance environment such as discipline, self-reliance, teamwork and working to exacting standards. The system of training is of the highest standard, and the training programme in the Air Corps Technical Training School has been developed to provide ab initio technical training. The programme offers successful candidates the opportunity to become an efficient and disciplined member of the Air Corps. The programme is aimed at meeting the current and future employment needs of the Air Corps by providing graduates with a Level 7 Degree. The programme offers an interdisciplinary approach whichin the students obtain a mix of technological and operational skills specifically related to Irish Military aviation requirements.

14 days agoTraineeFull-time

Basic Pharmacist

Our Lady’s Hospice & Care ServicesDublin

Basic Grade Pharmacist Informal enquiries for this position are most welcome. Please contact Eimear O’Dwyer | Chief 1 Pharmacist | eodwyer@olh.ie | 01 491 2549. A detailed Job Description & Person Specification can be downloaded below or by contacting the HR Department | hr@olh.ie | (01) 491 2594. Latest date for receipt of applications is 2:00pm on 24th May 2024. A panel may be formed from which future Pharmacist (indefinite duration, full time) positions may be filled in line with Our Lady’s Hospice & Care Services panel management guidelines.

16 days agoFull-time

Chief Engineer, Lauda

RyanairDublin

Lauda Europe are currently recruiting for a Chief Engineer to join the Engineering Dept of Europe’s Largest Airline Group. This is an exciting role leading the Engineering team of Ryanair Group’s A320 fleet across Lauda’s 4 operational bases and is key to the wider Group’s Engineering and Maintenance functions as Ryanair seeks to grow to over 800 aircraft and 300m guests per year within the next 10 years. Roles and Responsibilities:

16 days agoFull-time

Competition & Regulatory Advisor, Maternity Leave Cover

RyanairDublin

Ryanair Holdings plc, Europe’s largest airline group, is the parent company of Buzz, Lauda, Malta Air, Ryanair & Ryanair UK. Carrying 200m guests this year on over 3,600 daily flights from 95 bases, the Group connects 235 airports in 37 countries on a fleet of 584 aircraft, with a further 364 Boeing 737s on order, which will enable the Ryanair Group to grow traffic to 300m p.a. by FY34. Ryanair has a team of over 27,000 highly skilled aviation professionals delivering Europe’s No. 1 operational performance, and an industry leading 39-year safety record. Ryanair is the most environmentally efficient major EU airline – with a young fleet and high load factors, Ryanair’s CO2 per pax/km is just 65 grams. Ryanair’s Legal & Regulatory Affairs Department deals with a wide range of legal and regulatory issues, both at the national level across Ryanair’s network and at European level. The Department is also responsible for Company Secretarial and Public Affairs duties. The Legal & Regulatory Affairs Department is now offering a full-time position of six months’ duration to a lawyer qualified in an EU jurisdiction and specialised in EU competition law and / or in possession of an LL.M in EU competition law. The successful candidate will work as part of a team and be expected to:

16 days agoFull-time

New And Improved Salary, Ground Handling Agent

RyanairAirport, Dublin€30,500 - €30,500 per year

Are you ready to embark on an exciting journey as a Ground Handling Agent. New and Improved Rates for Summer 24 - €30,500 As a Ground Handling Agent, you will play a crucial role in ensuring that our flights depart on time and that our passengers experience smooth and efficient service. No previous airport or ramp experience is required as our fantastic training team will prepare you for your new role with both classroom and practical training. We welcome individuals with diverse backgrounds and experiences who are eager to learn and contribute to our team. Dreaming of spontaneous European getaways? ✈️☀️ 🏖️ 🌍With our amazing flight benefits, you can jet off to a multitude of European destinations using your highly discounted Staff Travel fares. 🌟 Here's what you get: Join our team and unlock your potential and growth opportunities. Your journey to success starts here! 🌟✈️

17 days agoFull-time

Financial Accountant

RyanairDublin

Ryanair are currently recruiting for a Financial Accountant to join Europe’s Largest Airline! Based in our Group Headquarters in Swords, you would work as part of our busy finance team who have responsibility for managing the Ryanair Group Financials. The role Reporting to our Head of Accounting you will ideally have 2+ years post qualification experience and will be responsible for:

17 days agoFull-time
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