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Social Care Leader - Turas
Acting Social Care Leader- Turas, Full Time, Specific Purpose A vacancy has arisen for a Full Time, Specific Purpose Acting Social Care Leader in our Turas Service. Turas is a day service for young adults, which is based in the Southern Region. This service is based on a further education model. This service support each individual, based on the individual’s learning needs and styles, with QQI accredited training, supported employment, community participation, the development of their individual social roles and supporting the individual to develop skills in independent living. The co-ordinator of this service will plan co-ordinate and monitor the activities of the service and will be responsible for the future development of this service. The ideal candidate must: Plus: An appropriate Qualification in Health or Social Care Management Salary Scale: Successful candidates will be paid in line with 2023 HSE revised consolidated Social Care Leader pay scale point 1; €51,666 to point 6 €60,333 per annum based on working a 37 hour week. Informal enquiries: Mary O Driscoll 087 2320274 Closing Date: 5pm Wednesday 23rd March 2023
Costa Coffee requires a Store Manager for our store in Park Pointe, Dublin. At Costa Coffee we are as passionate about our people as we are our great coffee! Being a part of our team gives you the chance to learn new skills in coffee excellence whilst letting your personality shine through. As a Costa Barista you receive full training in delivering every customer with an unbeatable coffee experience, through great customer service and great coffee. Are you: -
DNCC Director Of Nursing, Assistant, Infection Prevention And Control
Working as a member of the CHO DNCC Quality, Safety & Service Improvement Team, the post holder will lead and manage a team of community Infection Prevention and Control Nurses in order to support the goals of the National HCAI/AMR team through the provision of infection prevention and control services to all services in CHO Dublin North City & County. The post of ADON IPC has a pivotal role in service planning, co-ordinating, and managing activity and resources within the clinical area. The main responsibilities are: quality assurance, resource management, staffing and staff development, practice development, facilitating communication and professional / clinical leadership. The post holder will support patient safety and quality initiatives through the prevention, surveillance, investigation, and control of infection.
CHE: Community Infection Prevention And Control Nurse, Clinical Specialist
**Please ensure you download, save and read the Job Specification. As we require the same information from all candidates in order to make fair decisions on their applications we will NOT be able to process applications by CV or any other method. You must submit a fully completed Application Form particular to this post via Rezoomo. ** *We recommend that candidates submit their application a minimum of 1 hour before the closing date and time to ensure their application form has been uploaded successfully to Rezoomo. Applications will not be accepted after this date and time, no exceptions will be made* There are currently a number of permanent, whole-time vacancies available. The line manager is open to negotiating part-time roles at job offer stage subject to service delivery requirements. The post holder will work at a location within Community Healthcare East (Dublin South East, Dun Laoghaire or Wicklow) as agreed with line management at job offer stage. Successful candidates will be required to work with all service areas within the CHO which may change with service reform. The purpose of this post is to: Deliver specialist nursing services in line with the five core concepts of the role set out in the Framework for the Establishment of Clinical Nurse Specialist Posts, 4thedition, National Council for the Professional Development of Nursing and Midwifery (NCNM) 2008. To provide and maintain a comprehensive, efficient and effective specialist infection prevention and control service within the Community Healthcare Organisation. The post holder will promote service user safety and quality through the prevention, surveillance, investigation, and control of infection, incorporating guideline development, audit and research, and staff education. To help develop, support and promote efficient and effective infection prevention & control programmes across the CHO settings including capacity building for health care workers. To support and contribute to the development of National projects relating to community infection prevention and control service developments
CHE: Community Infection Prevention And Control Nurse - Clinical Nurse Manager
**Please ensure you download, save and read the Job Specification. As we require the same information from all candidates in order to make fair decisions on their applications we will NOT be able to process applications by CV or any other method. You must submit a fully completed Application Form particular to this post via Rezoomo. ** *We recommend that candidates submit their application a minimum of 1 hour before the closing date and time to ensure their application form has been uploaded successfully to Rezoomo. Applications will not be accepted after this date and time, no exceptions will be made* There are currently a number of permanent, whole-time vacancies available. The line manager is open to negotiating part-time roles at job offer stage subject to service delivery requirements. The post holder will work at a location within CH East (Dublin South East, Dun Laoghaire, or Wicklow) as agreed with line management at job offer stage. Successful candidates will be required to work with all service areas within the CHO which may change with service reform. The purpose of this post is to: Under the direction of the ADON QSSI, and working as part of the CHO IPC/AMS team, deliver infection prevention and control nursing services in line with the CHO work plans, including the promotion of strategic goals identified in Irelands National Plan for Antimicrobial Resistance (iNAP2, 2021-2025) and subsequent updates. Provide and maintain a comprehensive, efficient and effective infection prevention and control service within the Community Healthcare Organisation. Promote service user safety and quality through the prevention, surveillance, investigation, and control of infection, incorporating guideline development, audit and research, and staff education, working at all times within his/her scope of practice Develop, support and promote efficient and effective infection prevention & control programmes across the CHO settings including capacity building for health care workers. Support and contribute to the development of National projects relating to community infection prevention and control service developments
Paediatric Staff Nurse
Paediatric Staff Nurses (Permanent & Full Time) We are seeking dynamic and enthusiastic Nurses with an interest in rehabilitation to work with our team at the National Rehabilitation Hospital (NRH). At the NRH we are committed to interdisciplinary working and you will have the opportunity to work closely with professional colleagues providing a full range of rehabilitation services to patients. There is also an active staff education programme and supervision structure within the department designed to support staff development. Requirements: Remuneration is in accordance with the Salary scale approved by the Department of Health. **Candidates qualified outside the Republic of Ireland for the position advertised must have their qualifications validated by the Department of Health & Children, NMBI or relevant body prior to interview stage . Shortlisting is carried out based on the information supplied in your CV. The criteria for Shortlisting are based on the requirements of the post as outlined above. Failure to include information regarding these requirements may result in you not being called forward for the next stage of the selection process. A panel of candidates may be formed from which future vacancies may be filled. Why work at the National Rehabilitation Hospital The NRH is a dynamic, multi-disciplinary, inclusive, and friendly environment which offers an opportunity of working in a new world class, state of the art Hospital facility. The NRH is a University Teaching Hospital with onsite Academic and Research Centre. The NRH are committed to ensuring that all staff reach their full potential during their employment at the Hospital, and provides access to training, education, and Continued Professional Development. The NRH is an Equal Opportunities Employer and support a smoke-free workplace policy.
Medical Social Worker
Staff Grade Medical Social Worker (Temporary, Full-time, Part-time, Panel) Applications are invited for the above post from suitably qualified persons. We are looking for a dynamic, enthusiastic, self-motivated Staff Grade Medical Social Worker. The person appointed will be expected to provide a quality social work service to patients of the National Rehabilitation Hospital as well as their families and carers, working as part of an inter-disciplinary team. The candidate must, on the latest date for receiving completed application forms for the office, possess: • CQSW / NQSW or equivalent qualification • Must have current registration with CORU • Experience of working with clients with neurological conditions is desirable. • Experience in disability services, rehabilitation or hospital setting is desirable. Informal enquiries to Ms. Anne O’ Loughlin. Principal Social Worker via email at email@example.com Shortlisting may be carried out on the basis of the information supplied in your CV. The criteria for Shortlisting are based on the requirements of the post as outlined above. Failure to include information regarding these requirements may result in you not being called forward for the next stage of the selection process. A Panel may be formed in order to fill future Full Time and Part Time, Permanent and Temporary positions for Staff Grade Medical Social Workers. We are an Equal Opportunities Employer and support a smoke-free workplace policy.
Sales Assistant, Tallaght
Looking for a healthy career move? We are currently seeking a Sales Associate to join our super team in our Tallaght store. The primary responsibility of this position is to provide support to the manager in all aspects of running the store, and customer care, cash, stock and personnel management. Applicants must have customer service experience. The ideal candidate will have good communication and interpersonal skills. All applicants must have excellent numeracy and computer skills. Training in the area of complementary medicine will be provided however a proven interest in the area is essential. Requirements · An interest in the Health Food industry is essential · Minimum 1 year retail experience. · You’ll possess excellent teamwork, inspiring and motivating your team to exceed targets and achieve their full potential. · You'll be commercially aware with proven ability to increase sales, with a strong focus on improving the customer experience. · Excellent customer service skills · Can do attitude · Flexibility in terms of hours, weekdays, evenings, and weekends required. What we can offer you · Competitive hourly rate of pay · Rewarding Store Bonus scheme for meeting and exceeding targets. · Benefits including discount of up to 30% and free product samples from suppliers. · Bike to work scheme following successful completion of probation · Industry leading training with an in-house dedicated training programme starting at our training academy in Henry St provided by our in-house trainer with over 20 years’ experience · Training linked pay increases, with pay reviewed annually in line with The Health Store pay bands subject to performance and training certificates. · Manual handling certificate with a registered provider · PRSA scheme with external financial advisors to help provide guidance for your retirement goals · Excellent Career progression opportunities – we promote from within · Inclusive work environment and you will be joining a team with highly trained and tenured staff · Branded uniforms will be provided
Store Person – 4* Grand Hotel, Malahide We are looking for a full-time Store Person to join our team. Responsibilities will include: · To assist account department with recording of deliveries · To assist in monthly stock takes when required. · To re-crate empty bottles and store re-cycables until collection. Please adhere to the safety notices in the Stores Offices · Wash out bottle skips when required, maintaining a clean and healthy environment to work in. · Give food lists to the Kitchen and the Still Room · Issue dry goods to the Kitchen and the Still Room. · Take empty kegs from the cold room and mark up on the chart provided, Saturdays and Sundays only. · Sweep all tunnels and corridors in the basement when required. · Mop white corridor when required. · Assist in the check in of foods stocks according to HACCP standards. I.e. probing foods to ensure temperature is correct before accepting the stock. · All temperatures of foods are to be recorded on the delivery docket. · Keep dry goods store clean and tidy on a daily basis. · Ensure all stores are free from clutter and have the stock stores correctly according to Health and Safety height regulations. · Always use stepladders and appropriate footstools for reaching packages on shelves above eye level. · Maintain cleanliness of Goods entrance and sweep it daily. · Change Co2 in cellar tunnel when required. · Report any defects in the Maintenance book, which is located at Reception, such as plumbing, faulty equipment etc. · Have a general awareness of the potential hazards in the area. · Ensure hotel equipment is used correctly at all times, if unsure of method please ask for assistance. · Attend training sessions and meetings as requested. · Keep all fire exits clear at all times. · Wash bottle area once per week with deep clean chemicals and cold water or when soiled, adhering to Health and Safety signs at all times. · Ensure provided protective equipment is used at all times. · Issue stocks to departments, only if a requisition is given to Stores. · Monitor and read all BEO’s to ensure the correct level of wines is ready for functions / dinners. To pre-order stock when required for special events etc. · Ensure security in this whole area is of a high standard at all times, locking all doors prior to leaving the Hotel. · To be aware and comply with policies. · To work with accounts on orders / deliveries developing into taking over beverage ordering for the hotel. · To develop the efficiencies of the department with the agreed of management. · Carry out to the best of your ability all reasonable duties requested by Management. · To read, understand and carry out your responsibilities as defined within the Health and Safety Statement and staff handbook. The ideal candidate: We are seeking an enthusiastic, motivated and hardworking individual with a strong commitment to quality, high standards, service and customer care. Excellent attention to detail is required as well as excellent interpersonal and communication skills along with the ability to work within a team environment. We are members of the Irish Hotels Federation Quality Employer Program which sets standards for employee contracts, induction and on-going training and we also promote from within so there are always opportunities to learn and develop new skills. Perks of joining the team: We have a very friendly and helpful team and we hope you will fit right into our family. We provide: · Excellent working conditions · Complimentary use of the Arena Gym · Great Remuneration package · Meals on duty · Complementary Staff parking · Staff recognition & awards · Staff events · Discounted Health Plan · Family and Friends discounted rates · Taxsaver Scheme · Cycle to work Scheme · Cash saving scheme · Discounted dry cleaning service · 'Refer a friend' scheme
Clinical Nurse Manager
Applications are invited for the following position: St Josephs Centre, Clonsilla - Sonas Clinical Nurse Manager 2 (PIC) –RNID Salary: €56,353 - €66,622 Permanent – 37.5HPW REQ - 24460 Along with the ability to carry out all duties detailed in the job description, applicants must have: • Up to date NMBI Registration – RNID essential • Recognised Management Qualification FETAC/QQI Level 6 or equivalent essential • Drivers License The successful candidate will have the following essential requirements: • Be registered with the Intellectual Disability Division of the Register of Nurses and Midwives held by An Bord Altranais and the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland • Have acquired a Level 6 post-registration QQI (Quality and Qualifications Ireland) National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ) in a recognised Management Course • Have a Minimum of 3 years experience in a Management or Supervisory Role. • Have a detailed knowledge of HIQA Standards/Regulations and Health Act 2007 (Care and Support of Residents in Designated Centre for Persons (Children and Adults) with Disabilities) • Have a detailed Knowledge and understanding of the Role of Person in Charge, Health Act 2007(Care and Support of Residents in Designated Centre for Persons (Children and Adults) with Disabilities ) • Have experience or keen interest in Dementia Care. • Have the ability to practice safely and effectively fulfilling his/her professional responsibility within his/her scope of practice • Have evidence of continuing professional development • Full Clean Driving License Essential • *Applicants should possess Level 2 behavioural competencies of AVISTA competency framework * Informal enquiries to Eilis Madden - Service Manager, Tel: 01 8248610 “A panel may be formed from which future CNM1 positions may be filled.” Applications can be made to: https://www.rezoomo.com/company/avista/jobs/ Closing date for receipt of applications - 3rd April 2023 AVISTA is an equal opportunities employer