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Psychologist

AvistaDublin

Make a difference to someone’s life today… COME JOIN OUR TEAM!!! CHILDREN’S DISABILITY NETWORK TEAMS Psychologist Permanent Full time 35 hpw Salary €55,709- €95,373* (*LSI ) Req 23885 Avista is a dynamic disability service providing clinical supports and residential services to children with complex disability needs and their families. We have 3 network teams in Blanchardstown, Blakestown & Cabra. You will be joining dynamic, family centred, interdisciplinary teams with excellent access to supervision and support from team. The successful candidates will required to work as part of an Interdisciplinary Team that provide services to 0-18 year old children and young persons with complex needs. The candidates will work in partnership with families within a family centred model. Essential criteria; • Possess a recognised professional post-graduate qualification in clinical or counselling or educational psychology (If qualified outside the Republic of Ireland, qualification must be validated by the Department of Health) • Must be eligible to work in the Republic of Ireland • Full Clean Driving licence and use of a car Why work with us? Some of our benefits include: • Incremental HSE pay-scale, generous annual leave and comprehensive pension • Training and educational opportunities • Supportive and innovative working environment • Free onsite car parking • Attractive benefits including paid sick leave scheme, cycle to work and family friendly policies • Wellness at Work - Spectrum Life Workplace Wellbeing Programme Informal enquiries to Vivienne Finn CDNM -Cabra Network Tel: 01 5567800 email ; Vivienne.finn@docservice.ie To apply please visit https://www.rezoomo.com/company/avista/ This is an ongoing recruitment campaign to fill active vacancies and to create a panel for future vacancies . Avista is an equal opportunities employer

2 days agoFull-timePermanent

Physiotherapist

AvistaDublin

Make a difference to someone’s life today… COME JOIN OUR TEAM!!! CHILDREN’S DISABILITY NETWORK TEAMS Dublin 15 & Dublin 7 Physiotherapist Permanent Full time 35 hpw & Specified Purpose Salary €39,534-€57,336* (*LSI) Req 24210 Avista is a dynamic disability service providing clinical supports and residential services to children with complex disability needs and their families. We have 3 network teams in Blanchardstown, Blakestown & Cabra. You will be joining dynamic, family centred, interdisciplinary teams with excellent access to supervision and support. The successful candidates will required to work as part of an Interdisciplinary Team that provide services to 0-18 year old children and young persons with complex needs. The candidates will work in partnership with families within a family centred model. Essential criteria; • Recognised professional qualification in Physiotherapy • Up to date CORU registration • Must be eligible to work in the Republic of Ireland • Full Clean Driving licence and use of a car Why work with us? Some of our benefits include: • Incremental HSE pay-scale, generous annual leave and comprehensive pension • Training and educational opportunities • Supportive and innovative working environment • Free onsite car parking • Attractive benefits including paid sick leave scheme, cycle to work and family friendly policies • Wellness at Work - Spectrum Life Workplace Wellbeing Programme Informal enquiries to Vivienne Finn CDNM -Cabra Network Tel: 01 5567800 email; Vivienne.finn@docservice.ie To apply please visit https://www.rezoomo.com/company/avista/ This is an ongoing recruitment campaign to fill active vacancies and to create a panel for future vacancies . Avista is an equal opportunities employer

2 days agoFull-timePermanent

Group Chief Economist, Economic Research Unit, Treasury

AIBDublin€36 per hour

Group Chief Economist, Economic Research Unit, Treasury - Dublin Apply now » Date: 24-Jan-2023 Location: Dublin, IE Company: Allied Irish Bank Role: Group Chief Economist, Economic Research Unit, Treasury Location: Molesworth Street,Dublin 2 (Primarily office based with some flexibility for Remote working) This role is being offered on a Permanent basis. Overview A vacancy has arisen for the role of Group Chief Economist in AIB who will head up its Economic Research Unit (ERU). The ERU is an enterprise wide economics unit located in Treasury but, servicing a wide range of internal and external customers. The Group Chief Economist plays a critical role in bank stress tests, planning and ECLs, producing scenarios and macroeconomic forecasts supporting these outputs. They also provide briefings for CEO/CFO/Board including analysis of economic risks facing the bank and its customers (e.g. Brexit, Covid-19, interest rate environment) as well as engagements with customers and institutional investors. The Chief Economist is heavily engaged in external media work on behalf of the bank, including monthly manufacturing and services PMI surveys that AIB sponsors. The role is responsible for publishing research and producing detailed economic and markets forecasts, delivering a large number of presentations to senior stakeholders internally and to external customers in the UK and Ireland. They actively support AIB Investor Relations team engagement with DCM and ECM investors. We’re looking for someone who can lead the ERU team to: You will need to show us that you can/have: Minimum ten years’ experience working as an economist and in a Banking environment desirable, with detailed understanding of financial markets and Irish economy Given the level of direct interface undertaken by the ERU with customers, investors, senior management and Board, excellent interpersonal communication and presentation skills are required. Detailed knowledge about bank stress testing and the role of macroeconomic scenarios and forecasts in the process Ability to undertake media work to a high standard on behalf of AIB, including radio and TV interviews Advanced qualifications in Economics & Finance with strong IT and numeracy skills Who are we? AIB is a purpose-driven bank operating predominantly in Ireland and the United Kingdom that helps its customers achieve their dreams and ambitions. It is one of Ireland’s major banks serving personal, business and corporate customers. The vision and strategy of the bank are centred on Five Pillars: Customer First, Simple and Efficient, Risk and Capital, Talent and Culture, and Sustainable Communities. These Five Pillars are centred around three core accelerating trends; Sustainability, Digitalisation, and Ways of Working. The Group has a dynamic and inclusive culture, and the executive committee currently has a 50/50 gender split. AIB is well underway executing an exciting three-year strategy. The strategy focuses on simplifying, streamlining and strengthening the business, and on achieving a sustainable return on tangible equity of more than 8% by 2023. During the same time frame, it will achieve a 10% reduction in costs which will result in a revised annual cost base below €1.35 billion and an appropriate common equity tier one fully loaded capital ratio of more than 14%. AIB is also accelerating the pace of product diversification, particularly into life insurance, pensions and investments. Please follow the link to learn more about AIB’s three-year strategy: https://aib.ie/investorrelations/aib-investor-updates AIB provides a range of services to retail, business and corporate customers, with market-leading positions in key segments. AIB is the principal brand across all geographies. In Ireland, EBS is AIB’s challenger brand and Haven is AIB’s mortgage broker channel. AIB’s retail bank has 2.8 million customers and is a full-service retail bank offering unsecured loans and credit cards, current accounts, mortgages, savings and deposits, and insurance products. The retail bank has a €36.6 billion loan book. The corporate and institutional bank (Capital Markets) has a loan book of about €16 billion and serves 7,000 customers. It offers a range of products and services including corporate banking, business banking, real estate finance, syndicated and international finance, specialised finance, and energy, climate action and infrastructure finance. AIB GB has a loan book of approximately £7.8 billion and serves 300,000 SME and corporate customers. AIB applies a customer-centric view, always putting the customer first and supporting customers at every stage. AIB has over 1.8 million customers using its multifaceted service. It provides customers with a diverse range of contact channels through branches, commercial centres and direct channels such as AIB internet and telephone banking, self-service banking and its award-winning mobile banking app. EBS is also part of the AIB Group and offers mortgage and deposit products and services from its own branch network. Finally, AIB has a presence in New York, where it offers syndicated and international finance to clients. Based on sound fundamentals, the Group’s infrastructure is modern, resilient and flexible and it offers the number one banking app in Ireland. Moreover, the balance sheet is resilient, and the Group has focused on asset quality and strong funding and capital. An important strategy over the coming years is to broaden the Group’s product set and grow the savings and investments, wealth management, life insurance and pensions advice propositions. This will be enhanced through the proposed joint venture with Great-West LifeCo Inc. These products are expected to be an established part of AIB’s product suite by 2023, reflecting the strategy to expand the bank’s non-interest income growth streams. AIB has recently acquired Ulster Bank’s €4 billion corporate and commercial loan book. AIB also recently acquired Goodbody Stockbrokers. Why join us? AIB is an equal opportunities employer, and we pride ourselves on being the first bank in Ireland to receive the Investors in Diversity Gold Standard for Diversity and Inclusion. We work to ensure that AIB is a place where diversity is welcome, everyone can thrive, and inclusion is a universal experience. Our working environment is one in which talented individuals of all backgrounds can realise their full potential, enjoying rewarding careers in the service of our customers. If you feel you have what it takes, click apply and fill in the online application form. If you would like more information or have any special requirements or needs that would support you during the recruitment process then please contact the Talent Acquisition Team at careers@aib.ie By when? Closing date is 7th February 2023 Job Segment: Bank, Banking, Real Estate, Recruiting, Equity, Finance, Sales, Human Resources Apply now »

2 days agoPermanent

MI / Speech Analytics Analyst, Central Park Remote

AIBNaas, Dublin

MI / Speech Analytics Analyst, Naas / Central Park / Remote Apply now » Date: 24-Jan-2023 Location: Naas / Dublin, IE Company: Allied Irish Bank Role: MI/Speech Analytics Operations Analyst Location: Naas/Central Park, Sandyford/Hybrid This role is being offered on a permanent basis. Life at AIB At AIB, we have a clear purpose - to back our customers to achieve their dreams and ambitions. We want to be at the heart of our customers’ financial lives by giving them an exceptional experience. That goes for our employees too. We are building a culture that breaks the conventions of what our customer and employees expect of a bank. We are committed to offering our colleagues choice and flexibility in how we work and live. Our hybrid working model enables our people to balance their time between working from home and their designated office, subject to their role, the needs of our customers and business requirements. More details on our hybrid working arrangements and expected office attendance for your role will be provided to you during the recruitment process. AIB is an equal opportunities employer, and we pride ourselves on being the first bank in Ireland to receive the Investors in Diversity Gold Standard for Diversity and Inclusion. We work to ensure that AIB is a place where diversity is welcome, everyone can thrive, and inclusion is a universal experience. Our working environment is one in which talented individuals of all backgrounds can realise their full potential, enjoying rewarding careers in the service of our customers. If you feel you have what it takes, click apply and fill in the online application form. If you would like more information or have any special requirements or needs that would support you during the recruitment process then please contact the Talent Acquisition Team at careers@aib.ie By when? Closing date is 31/01/2023 Job Segment: Recruiting, Call Center, Bank, Banking, Data Analyst, Human Resources, Customer Service, Finance, Data Apply now »

2 days agoPermanent

Operational Risk, Information Security Analyst

AIBDublin

Operational Risk - Information Security Risk Analyst, Dublin Apply now » Date: 24-Jan-2023 Location: Dublin, IE Company: Allied Irish Bank Role Title: Operational Risk – Information Security Risk Analyst Location: Dublin / Hybrid This role is being offered on a permanent basis. Summary of role: The Risk Function is an independent, second line of defence function that monitors, controls and supports risk-taking activities across AIB. The purpose of the Risk Function is to provide advice and guidance in relation to risk while providing independent oversight and reporting on AIB’s risk profile. The Risk Function’s main objective is to ensure AIB has a robust risk management framework and culture in place to ensure risks are taken within the risk appetite set by the Board, in support of AIB’s customer franchise and social responsibility. The role is positioned within the Operational Risk team where we performRisk management for Operational Risk through the Operational Risk Framework and supporting policies, monitoring and reporting. The Operational Risk team play a core role in supporting the management of the banks operational risks, working with all areas across AIB. Currently it is a very exciting time in our Operational Risk Team in AIB with opportunities for further career development and growth. The team operates across the bank, providing support on Operational Risk management to all areas. Working in this team requires the candidate to have a strong Information Security or IT background, with specific technical skills to support business areas in carrying out their risk management responsibilities by providing second line oversight on risk management policies, guidelines and best practices. This role drives the execution of complex and technical processes through the combination of oversight, advisory and effective challenge activities across the enterprise. You will provide advice, guidance, review and challenge in areas of Information Security to ensure information security risks are identified and mitigated in accordance with the Information Security Policy and Information Security Standards, in line with the Banks Risk appetite. As an employee in Operational Risk you will also be responsible for contributing to the delivery of the overall objectives of the Operational Risk department. We’re looking for someone who: If you feel you have what it takes, Click Apply and fill in the online application form. If you would like more information the Talent Acquisition Team can help. You can contact them via email careers@aib.ie. By when?  Closing date is 5th February 2023 Job Segment: Information Security, Risk Management, Bank, Banking, Recruiting, Technology, Finance, Human Resources Apply now »

2 days agoPermanent

Clerical Officer

Dublin and Dun Laoghaire Education and Training Board (DDLETB)Baldoyle, Dublin€26,613 - €43,246 per year

POST: Clerical Officer Nature of Employment: Permanent Contract (35 hours per week Monday to Friday) in accordance with General Conditions of Employment.  Job Location: Baldoyle Training Centre The Organisation: Dublin and Dun Laoghaire Education and Training Board is a statutory local education authority operating under the terms of the Education and Training Boards Act 2013. The Board provides mainstream educational programmes to schools and colleges as well as providing a wide range of adult and community programmes. The Board’s educational remit extends from Balbriggan in the north of the county to Lucan in the west, to Dun Laoghaire in the south. Reporting to: Centre Manager Job Summary/ Purpose: The Clerical Officer will assist in the provision of an efficient and customer focussed service. WORKING CONDITIONS Salary Scale : €26,613 - €41,682 (new entrant salary scale) Long service Increment, €43,246 Entry above the minimum will be determined by any previous, relevant Public Service experience. General : Salary is paid fortnightly. The Board operates a contributory group VHI scheme and flexible working hours. Probation : The probationary period will be six months. An officer of an ETB, Local Authority, Institute of Technology or Health Board who has already served a probationary period should not, on transfer or promotion, be required to serve a further probationary period. Superannuation : Membership of the ETB Superannuation Scheme and of the ETB’s Spouses and Children’s Scheme is automatic and compulsory. Annual Leave : 22 days per annum .  This leave is on the basis of a five day week and is exclusive of the usual public holidays. Expenses: The ETB does not pay expenses for the purpose of attending for interview or taking up employment. Dublin and Dun Laoghaire Education and Training Board is an equal opportunity employer. Recruitment to posts within the Board is on the basis of qualifications and the ability to carry out the responsibilities of the grade or post. TASKS / DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

2 days agoPermanentFull-time

Trainee Buyer

PenneysMary Street, Dublin

Trainee Buyer Better Looking Business It’s an exciting time to join us as a Trainee Buyer on Primark’s global Buying and Merchandising team. Primark is stronger than ever, and our city-centre Head Office is where you can play your part in shaping a better looking business. A business that’s bringing ethical fashion and high-profile brand partnerships together, to share the latest trends with the world. Are you a fashion fanatic and want to be part of our growing company? As a Trainee Buyer at Primark, you’ll play a key role in supporting our buying team in developing products for the latest ‘must‐have’ trends. Working closely with the buyers and merchandisers, you’ll be responsible for managing the department’s critical path to make sure all of our amazing products arrive in store on time and are up to our high quality standards. This is a fantastic opportunity for you to learn about the industry and progress in a buying role. In a competitive industry, we’re the growing business you can’t hold back. Right now, we’re expanding across the UK, Europe and US. So, if you’re a computer native, pride yourself on being organised and have a passion for all things fashion then we need you on board as we continue to grow! What we’re looking for Someone with an understanding of fashion and buying. This is a fantastic entry‐level position. Qualifications in fashion or buying are a plus, but we need you to have: Genuine passion - You’ll be an avid fashion follower with a solid interest in product and trends, always aware of what is happening on the high street, on the catwalks and on social media. You are enthusiastic and creative and always open to sharing new ideas. Commercial ability - A key part of your role will be taking ownership of the department’s admin tasks. You will have a keen eye for attention to detail and understand the ever‐changing needs of our business and customer. Great communication - You are the first point of call for our suppliers over email and phone. You will be an active part of our departmental and supplier product meetings so great communication skills are a must. Total organisation - In a fast‐paced environment, managing the department’s products will be your domain. Whether it is for meetings, keeping the buying floor organised or managing what is sent to our online, social and press teams. High integrity - We pride ourselves on taking our ethical standards seriously. You will always be working with our CRS policies in mind. Why work with us? As well as giving you a competitive salary, we’ll provide you with a progressive career path. Clear advancement is what we’re all about at Primark. We’re always open to talking about your development and we offer lots of fantastic training courses to really help you shine. You’ll also have more responsibility than at your average retailer, so you’ll be able to learn quickly. We’re proud of our friendly culture at Primark. You’ll have the opportunity to get to know some great people in a fast‐paced, exciting environment. And we offer relocation support to ensure that you settle into your new home/environment. With our flexible working, you can use your time effectively and plan around your schedule. Plus, we’re well equipped for a healthy lifestyle with our own café, canteen, and gym, as well as a brand‐new fitness studio with a variety of classes available. Relocating to Dublin We’re building a truly global team in Dublin. You’ll find many reasons to relocate besides the career opportunity. Dublin is a friendly, vibrant, cosmopolitan city that has attracted businesses and people from all over the word. The social scene is legendary, and there’s lots going on if music, the arts or sport is your thing. The beautiful Irish countryside and coastline are on the doorstep too. Can you forecast fabulous trends, build sustainable partnerships and shape the world of better looking business? Discover a global role in that’s well worth relocating for. Join our Buying and Merchandising team in Dublin.

2 days agoPermanentTrainee

Clerical Officer, Baldoyle Training Centre

ETBBalbriggan, Dublin€26,613 - €41,682 per year

Job Summary POST: Clerical Officer Nature of Employment: Permanent Contract (35 hours per week Monday to Friday) in accordance with General Conditions of Employment. Job Location: Baldoyle Training Centre The Organisation: Dublin and Dun Laoghaire Education and Training Board is a statutory local education authority operating under the terms of the Education and Training Boards Act 2013. The Board provides mainstream educational programmes to schools and colleges as well as providing a wide range of adult and community programmes. The Board’s educational remit extends from Balbriggan in the north of the county to Lucan in the west, to Dun Laoghaire in the south. Reporting to: Centre Manager Job Summary/ Purpose: The Clerical Officer will assist in the provision of an efficient and customer focussed service. WORKING CONDITIONS Salary Scale : €26,613 - €41,682 (new entrant salary scale) Long service Increment, €43,246 Entry above the minimum will be determined by any previous, relevant Public Service experience. General : Salary is paid fortnightly. The Board operates a contributory group VHI scheme and flexible working hours. Probation : The probationary period will be six months. An officer of an ETB, Local Authority, Institute of Technology or Health Board who has already served a probationary period should not, on transfer or promotion, be required to serve a further probationary period. Superannuation : Membership of the ETB Superannuation Scheme and of the ETB’s Spouses and Children’s Scheme is automatic and compulsory. Annual Leave : 22 days per annum . This leave is on the basis of a five day week and is exclusive of the usual public holidays. Expenses: The ETB does not pay expenses for the purpose of attending for interview or taking up employment. Dublin and Dun Laoghaire Education and Training Board is an equal opportunity employer. Recruitment to posts within the Board is on the basis of qualifications and the ability to carry out the responsibilities of the grade or post. Job Objectives TASKS / DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

2 days agoPermanent

Senior Psychologist

AvistaDublin

Make a difference to someone’s life today… COME JOIN OUR TEAM!!! CHILDREN’S DISABILITY NETWORK TEAMS Dublin 15 & Dublin 7 Senior Psychologist Permanent Full time 35 hpw Part Time 17.5 hpw & Specified Purpose Salary €88,543 - €104,076* (*LSI) Req 23887 Avista is a dynamic disability service providing clinical supports and residential services to children with complex disability needs and their families. We have 3 network teams in Blanchardstown, Blakestown & Cabra. You will be joining dynamic, family centred, interdisciplinary teams with excellent access to supervision and support. The successful candidates will required to work as part of an Interdisciplinary Team that provide services to 0-18 year old children and young persons with complex needs. The candidates will work in partnership with families within a family centred model. Essential criteria; • A recognised university degree or diploma with first or second class honours in which Psychology was taken as major subject and honours obtained in that subject, and • A recognised post-graduate professional qualification in Psychology validated by the Department of Health, and • At least 5 years post-graduate experience as a professional psychologist, no more than three years of which was spent in gaining the post-graduate professional qualification and no less than two years full-time spent in post qualification experience as a professional psychologist, and • Possess the requisite knowledge and ability (including a high standard of suitability and ability) for the proper discharge of the duties of the office, and including an interest and experience in working with children and young people with disabilities and complex needs. • Applicants with qualifications obtained outside of Ireland must provide a certificate of validation of their qualifications from the Department of Health. • A full clean driving license and use of a car. Why work with us? Some of our benefits include: • Incremental HSE pay-scale, generous annual leave and comprehensive pension • Training and educational opportunities • Supportive and innovative working environment • Free onsite car parking • Attractive benefits including paid sick leave scheme, cycle to work and family friendly policies • Wellness at Work - Spectrum Life Workplace Wellbeing Programme Informal enquiries to Deepak Kumar CDNM –Blanchardstown Network Tel: 01-5567800 To apply please visit https://www.rezoomo.com/company/avista/ This is an ongoing recruitment campaign to fill active vacancies and to create a panel for future vacancies . Avista is an equal opportunities employer

2 days agoFull-timePart-time

Occupational Therapist

AvistaDublin

Make a difference to someone’s life today… COME JOIN OUR TEAM!!! CHILDREN’S DISABILITY NETWORK TEAMS Occupational Therapist Permanent Full time 35 hpw Salary €39,534-€57,336* (*LSI ) Req 24208 Avista is a dynamic disability service providing clinical supports and residential services to children with complex disability needs and their families. We have 3 network teams in Blanchardstown, Blakestown & Cabra. You will be joining dynamic, family centred, interdisciplinary teams with excellent access to supervision and support from senior team. The successful candidates will required to work as part of an Interdisciplinary Team that provide services to 0-18 year old children and young persons with complex needs. The candidates will work in partnership with families within a family centred model. Essential criteria; • BSc in Occupational Therapy or an equivalent CORU registered Occupational Therapy qualification. • up to date CORU registration – Essential • Must be eligible to work in the Republic of Ireland • Full Clean Driving licence and use of a car – Essential Why work with us? Some of our benefits include: • Incremental HSE pay-scale, generous annual leave and comprehensive pension • Training and educational opportunities • Supportive and innovative working environment • Free onsite car parking • Attractive benefits including paid sick leave scheme, cycle to work and family friendly policies • Wellness at Work - Spectrum Life Workplace Wellbeing Programme Informal enquiries to Vivienne Finn CDNM Cabra T: 01 5567800 | E: vivienne.finn @docservice.ie To apply please visit https://www.rezoomo.com/company/avista/ This is an ongoing recruitment campaign to fill active vacancies and to create a panel for future vacancies . Avista is an equal opportunities employer

2 days agoFull-timePermanent
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