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Social Care Workers, Day And Residential Services - Northside

St Michaels HouseDublin

Social Care Workers - Day and Residential Services- Northside - Raheny, Artane, Sutton Salary Scale: Successful candidates will be paid in line with HSE revised consolidated Social Care Worker pay scale point 1: €38,451 – point 14: €54,445 per annum based on working a 39-hour week. Should you have no prior public sector experience you will be placed on point 1 of the pay-scale above. To Apply: Upload a CV Closing Date for receipt of applications is 29th July 2024 5pm. Only candidates shortlisted for interview will be contacted, include a valid email address on application. 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 is an equal opportunities employer.

1 day agoFull-timePart-time

Direct Support Workers, Residential & Day Services, - , Side

St Michaels HouseDublin

Who We Are St. Michael’s House provides a comprehensive range of services and supports to men, women, and children with disabilities and their families in 170 locations in the greater Dublin Area. It supports 1,953 people and this has an impact on thousands of family members. St. Michael’s House is a company funded by the Health Service Executive (HSE), TUSLA and the Department of Education and Skills. (Figures from 1st May 2021). St. Michael’s House supports include; Description St. Michael’s House are recruiting for Direct Support Workers for a number of community Day and Residential service for adults with intellectual disability and autism based on the Northside of Dublin. Full Time and Part Time Permanent Contracts are available. Locations include : Artane, Raheny, Sutton St. Michael's House 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. Successful candidates will have the opportunity to work with a skilled and responsive staff team to deliver a high-quality Service to Service Users. Working closely with the Social Care Leader, multi-disciplinary team and families, the key task is to provide positive behaviour and person centred supports to ensure a good quality of life for the Service Users. Essential Criteria for Applicants: Previous experience of supporting individuals with intellectual disability and autism Have experience of working as part of a team Experience implementing positive behaviour support plans Have experience of a key working role focusing on promoting independence and community integration Excellent communication skills A full clean driver’s licence and be willing to drive as part of your role Eligible to work in Ireland Essential Qualifications Required: The successful Direct Support Worker candidate must have the following FULL AWARD in one or more of the Qualifications required: Intellectual Disability Practice (5M1761) Community Health Services (5M4468) Health Service Skills (5M3782) Healthcare Support (5M4339) Community Care (5M2786) Nursing Studies (5M4349) What We Offer: · HSE Pay Scale (incremental*) · Premium Payments · Sick Pay Scheme · Paid Maternity Leave · Pension · Cycle to Work Scheme · Generous Annual Leave · Employee Assistance Programme · Comprehensive Induction · Training / CPD · Career Progression Salary Scale: Successful candidates will be paid in line with the June 2024 HSE revised consolidated Care Assistant pay scale (point 1; 32,199- point 15; 45,484) per annum based on working a 39-hour working week). Should you have no prior public sector experience you will be placed on point 1 of the pay-scale above. To Apply: Upload a CV Closing Date: 5pm 29th July 2024 Only candidates shortlisted for interview will be contacted, include a valid email address on application. 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 is an equal opportunities employer

1 day agoFull-timePart-time

People & Culture Colleague Experience Advisor

PenneysDublin

People & Culture Colleague Experience Advisor Our People & Culture teams are right at the heart of what we do. Surrounded by some of the best People & Culture specialists in the industry, you’ll bring your own ideas to the business - helping to shape the experience of our customers as part of a forward-thinking team.As a P&C Advisor, you will be responsible for providing comprehensive guidance, advice and support to managers and colleagues on all aspects of People & Culture within Primark. What You’ll Get The world is changing and it’s important we support our colleagues. People are at the heart of what we do at Primark so it’s essential we provide the right environment for you to perform at your best. That’s why we offer benefits that put you first.Some of our benefits are: Ready? Good - because we can’t wait to see what you can offer. You’ll be joining a team of diverse, innovative, and motivated people where you’ll truly belong, collaborating on projects that will shape the future of our industry. If you’re excited about this role but don’t meet all the criteria, we encourage you to apply. You may be the right candidate for this role or another one, and our recruitment team Can determine where your skills may fit in at Primark.Apply to be part of our future and we’ll help you develop yours.If you need any reasonable adjustments or have an accessibility request, during your recruitment journey, such as extended time or breaks between online assessments, a sign language interpreter, mobility access, or assistive technology please contact your talent acquisition specialist. All offers of employment are subject to background checks, including right to work, reference education and for some roles criminal, and financial checks. If you have any concerns, please reach out to our talent acquisition team to discuss.

2 days agoPermanent

SAM Hire Supervisor

Chadwicks GroupBray, Wicklow

Part of Grafton Group Plc, Chadwicks Group is the market leader in the builder’s merchanting industry in the Republic of Ireland. The core business is through the traditional Builders Merchants division. Main brands include Chadwicks, Cork Builders Providers, Davies & Telfords. In addition, and through organic growth and acquisitions the Group have established a range of brands which are close to the core but offer a uniquely different range of products. These include Heitons Steel, Panelling Centre, Morgans Timber, Proline, Sitetech & Rooney’s Hardware. Principle Objective  As a Hire Supervisor you will manage all aspects of the hire operation in your branch. Key to the role is driving sales of hire products, developing new business and servicing our existing customer base while also ensuring the smooth running of daily operations. Knowledge & Experience

2 days agoFull-timePermanent

Retail Optical Assistant

Vision ExpressMaynooth, County Kildare

Role overview As a  Retail Optical Assistant  at Vision Express, you’ll assist our customers in finding and selecting eyewear that meets their needs. You’ll help with frame adjustments, repairs, and fittings. Additionally, you may perform some pre-screening eye examinations and administrative tasks such as scheduling appointments, supporting the phone lines from customer queries and processing payments.Overall, your goal is to provide excellent customer service and ensure that our customers leave happy, with eyewear that fits properly and meets their vision needs. You’ll play a key part in our mission of helping our customers to ‘See More and Be More’ by providing tailored and effective service, to help customers maximise their visual potential and enhance their lifestyle. Although the hours of this role are advertised, if this sounds like the role for you, we'd love to hear about your ideal working week. Whether this is hours to fit around the school run or you prefer a compressed week - we are open to discussing flexible options with you further. Who are we? We are Vision Express - with over 550 stores across the UK and Ireland, we have something for everyone. Whether you want to work in a busy city centre flagship, a smaller village store or in one of our coastal locations, we're sure we will have the perfect solution for you!Did you know, we are also part of the EssilorLuxottica family? EssilorLuxottica is the global leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of lenses, frames and sunglasses! We are home to the most loved and widely-recognised vision care and eyewear brands in the world. Their priority eyewear brands include Ray-Ban, Oakley, Costa, Vogue Eyewear, Persol and Oliver Peoples, complemented by over 20 prestigious licensed brands. Who is the perfect candidate?

3 days agoPermanentPart-time

Facilities General Operative

The K ClubStraffan, County Kildare

At The K Club, we are currently seeking a General Operative to join our wonderful Facilities Team. A UNIQUE RESORT The K Club is a truly captivating leisure destination tucked away in lush Irish countryside – yet on Dublin’s doorstep. We are a unique resort, a renowned place of celebration, with a spirited history that spans hundreds of years. We’re a 5 star destination which prides itself on having an incredible 5 star team to match. Across our 550 acre estate, we offer a tremendous variety of career opportunities for those who are looking to become part of team that strives to help one another shine. The K Club is an industry trailblazer. We welcome innovative thinking, bold ideas and insights garnered from your own experience. We’re certified as a Great Place to Work by our very own employees. That’s because our hardworking team members feel listened to, encouraged and appreciated. If this sounds like the place where you could begin the next exciting chapter in your career, let’s talk. Here’s how you’ll bring the K Club’s trailblazing vision to life:

3 days agoFull-timePermanent

Staff Nurse

Cheshire IrelandDublin

Job Opportunity Staff Nurse 37 Hours per week – Permanent Contract Shankill, Co.Dublin We are seeking applications from energetic and enthusiastic individuals to join our team for the above position. Candidates must be highly motivated, creative, and experienced with a passion for engaging with the people we support daily. About Cheshire Ireland Cheshire Ireland provides quality services to adults with physical, sensory, and neurological disabilities at a medium and high level of need. More information on our organisation can be found at https://www.cheshire.ie/ What we do We provide individualised supports for people to meet their physical, psychological, and social care needs in an environment that encourages independence and promotes their rights and well-being. Our services provide a friendly, cooperative, and positive working environment within busy residential and community services. The right candidate will share our values and will be passionate about making a positive difference to the lives of the people we support. How we work Our services are based on clear principles of supporting people “one person at a time”. As a member of the team, you will be committed to high quality rights-based, person-centred service delivery, be willing to embrace change and help foster a culture of continuous improvement. What you will do You will have the ability to operate independently with good use of initiative. and standards. You will be required to establish and maintain relationships with the people we support that are based on respect and equality and that promote their rights and independence. It is critical that when undertaking your work that you do so in a manner that is consistent with Cheshire Ireland’s values, operating ethos, and standards. Who we are looking for. In possession of a nursing qualification and registered in the general division with the Nursing & Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI) A Minimum of 2 years post qualification experience. Experience of working in a care-delivery capacity and have awareness of HIQA. Driving license and willingness to drive for work. Desire for personal and professional development. Strong interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written. Eligibility to work in Ireland is essential. Good Standard of verbal and written English. Computer literate (experience with online care management systems an advantage). Personal integrity and trustworthiness. Positive attitude. Willing to embrace change and is committed to fostering a culture of continuous improvement and learning throughout the service. Committed to the principles of rights-based, person-centred services. Why work for us Flexibility in working hours. €16.95 - €23.98 per hour (based on experience). Premiums paid on unsocial hours. Career opportunities. Induction and ongoing training. Free Parking. Benefit Sick pay benefit. Company Pension Scheme. Maternity benefit. Bike/Cycle to work scheme. Employee assistance programme. Death in Service benefit for pension members. Employee Referral bonus. Closing Date: - 26th of July 2024 Cheshire Ireland is an equal opportunity employer. All successful candidates will be subject to vetting by the Garda National Vetting Bureau. www.cheshire.ie Company Reg No: 20165 Reg Charity No: CHY 5484 Charities Regulator No: 20008321

3 days agoPermanent

Staff Speech And Language Therapist

Central Remedial ClinicDublin

Staff Grade Speech and Language Therapist - New Graduates Awaiting CORU are welcome to apply. Full time, Permanent – 35 hours per week We currently have vacancies based in following CRC Children’s Disability Network Teams: Balbriggan - x2 WTE Clontarf - X 1 WTE Clondalkin - x3 WTE Swords - x 1 WTE The CRC Children’s Disability Network Teams (CDNT) will be providing intervention to children from the age of 0-18 years, presenting with complex developmental needs requiring inter-disciplinary intervention . Our services are based upon a Family Centered Practice Model in line with the Progressing Disability Services. This is an exciting opportunity to work as part of one of our dynamic teams. The successful candidate will have the following essential requirements: · Possess a recognised Speech and Language Therapy qualification and be registered or be eligible for registration as a Speech and Language Therapist by CORU · Excellent communication, initiative, teamwork and time management skills · Flexibility and teamwork skills which are key to this role · A full driving license and access to own car Desirable requirements: · Experience working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder · Experience working with children with physical disabilities · Experience working with children with intellectual disabilities · Experience completing Assessment of Need · An undergraduate or post-graduate qualification in dysphagia and at least 6 months experience working in this area It must be clearly demonstrated in your CV and supporting statement how you meet the required skills, competencies and knowledge for the post. Department of Health Salary Scale apply, Speech and Language Therapist (€42,622 - €61,303). Please apply through the Rezoomo link. Applications must be received on or before 28th July 2024. Informal enquires to: Balbriggan - Eithne Kilty - ekilty@crc.ie Clontarf - Elaine Doherty edoherty@crc.ie Clondalkin - Jean Oswell - joswell@crc.ie Swords - Gemma Crowley - gcrowley@crc.ie A panel may be created from this campaign from which current and future permanent, specified purpose, whole-time and part-time posts for CRC Children’s Disability Services will be filled. Data Protection: Please refer to crc_job_application_privacy_notice.pdf to learn more about how we handle your personal data and the rights that you have during the recruitment cycle. This role is subject to HSE Approval. We reserve the right to close this competition early if we receive a very high volume of applications

4 days agoFull-timePart-time

Executive Officer

Trinity College DublinDublin€31,691 - €49,699 per year

Context: The School of Social Sciences and Philosophy is a large multi-disciplinary School, committed to understanding and improving society through world-leading education and research. The School currently delivers seven undergraduate degree programmes, eight taught postgraduate programmes and four structured PhD programmes across its four constituent Departments. Main Responsibilities: • Provision of administrative support for teaching programmes from admission through to graduation (admissions; timetabling; preparation of examination papers and examination results; collating course materials; maintenance of module records; liaising with external lecturers and External Examiners; preparation of transcripts; evaluation of modules). • Liaison with central College offices and external stakeholders concerning timetabling, room bookings, examination scheduling, student cases and the return of examination results; • Preparation and validation of Online Module Enrolment reports as well as verification of student modules, and preparation of student transcripts; • Assist with the coordination of undergraduate programmes relating to student and course issues including assisting with student cases, maintenance of course and student records, Erasmus administration and student orientation. • Maintain websites and associated social media accounts, ensuring accurate online information. • Assist Course Directors in the marketing of the undergraduate courses including facilitating the production of advertising materials, participation in College Open Day and other recruitment events. • Facilitate the admissions process including mature student and advance entry applications. • Respond to enquiries from staff, students, suppliers and the general public. • Maintain and supporting working relations with other administrative staff in the School; • Assist with once-off room bookings and other timetabling requirements in the School; • Carry out routine tasks such as generating purchase orders, processing invoices, reimbursements and lodgements, processing casual payroll forms, ordering stationery and equipment, minute taking; • Assist in arranging events such as open day, public seminars, lectures and receptions; • Any other duties which may arise from time to time as directed by the School Manager, or their delegate, including duties in other constituent Departments of the School, as the need arises. Person Requirements The successful candidate will require the following knowledge, skills and attributes for successful performance in the role: 1. Qualifications: • An appropriate administrative qualification (essential) or third level qualification (desirable). 2. Experience & Knowledge: • Considerable experience of providing high level administrative support in an academic environment (essential), preferably with experience of undergraduate administration (desirable); • Excellent IT skills including word processing, use and design of spreadsheets and databases, knowledge of social networking applications and website maintenance and ability and commitment to learn new IT skills as necessary for this post (essential); 3. Skills (essential): • Excellent oral and written communication skills: convincing and confident when speaking to others; clear, concise and error-free writing; • Excellent organisational skills, ability to prioritise tasks and meet deadlines while maintaining high levels of accuracy coupled with attention to detail; • Great customer-service skills: understands the importance of quality service and takes pride in providing great customer service; • Excellent interpersonal skills: ability to interface effectively with students and staff both within the Department and across the wider College Community, fosters good working relationships and is known as someone who is helpful to others. 4. Personal attributes (essential) • Works effectively in a climate of changing priorities; • Takes the initiative to suggest changes and pursues continuous improvement; • Demonstrates a positive and constructive approach when faced with challenging situations, contributing to a positive and professional atmosphere at work; • Have an ability to work as part of a team in a busy and challenging work environment, including flexibility and willingness to work outside normal office hours when required. Salary Scale: €31,691 –€ 49,699 per annum Application Information: In order to assist the selection process, applicants should submit a Curriculum Vitae and a Cover Letter (1 x A4 page maximum) that specifically address the following points: • Applicants must have demonstrated administrative experience. Applicants should clearly address this experience and how they obtained their knowledge in their application. • Illustrate, through past example, their ability to work on their own initiative and resolve problems. Please Note: applicants who do not address the application requirements above in their cover letter will not be considered at the short list stage.

4 days agoFull-timePermanent

Medical Laboratory Aide, Cellular

Mater HospitalDublin

The Mater Misericordiae University Hospital is a 740 bed multidisciplinary academic teaching hospital located in central Dublin. It is the national tertiary referral centre for the management of spinal injuries and cardiothoracic surgery, including heart and lung transplantation. It is a designated cancer centre and has regional gastrointestinal, hepatobiliary, neurology and dermatology services. In association with University College Dublin the Mater is part of the Dublin Academic Medical Centre. The Cellular Pathology Department provides a broad spectrum of diagnostic testing and acts as a referral laboratory for the investigation and management of patients with a variety of disorders. Areas of specialist expertise within the laboratory include Cytology, Histology, Histochemistry and Immunohistochemistry and In-situ Hybridisation. The department is active in research and development, has participated in many research projects and has had work presented at both national and international levels. A panel will be formed for 6 months for any future temporary and permanent positions that become available at this grade. HSE Salary scale €39,210 – €46,088 For further information and/or to arrange an informal site visit please contact: Mr. William Robertson, Chief Medical Scientist at 00353 1 8032024 or email wrobertson@mater.ie Professional development is strongly encouraged and the laboratory is accredited ISO15189 Standards. We reserve the right to close this competition early if we recieve a high volume of applicants.

4 days agoPermanent
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