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Lect/assist Prof In Public Health Nursing, UCD, Year Post
Applications are invited for a 3 year (full time or part time) post of a Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Public Health Nursing within UCD School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Systems . The position The School wishes to appoint a Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Public Health Nursing (three-year contract, full-time) to contribute to teaching, curriculum design and enhancement and academic administration on the School's graduate-taught programme in Public Health Nursing, and to work with clinical personnel in the Public Health Nursing services in supporting student learning. In addition to teaching and administrative duties, the post holder will engage in research and scholarship in the discipline and will contribute to the development of the School's research agenda. Based on level of prior experience, the post holder will be expected to assume leadership responsibilities as assigned by the Dean and Head of School. Special conditions of appointment As a publicly funded, research-intensive university, UCD conducts research and other scholarly activities aimed at advancing knowledge that informs public policy and disciplinary practices. For this reason, the basic entry qualification for a faculty appointment to the University is a PhD or an equivalent doctoral degree. The University recognises that, relative to other disciplines, there may be few doctorally-prepared members of the discipline in which this post is being offered. In recognition of this, the University may consider recommending candidates for appointment, who do not hold a doctoral degree. However, candidates recommended for appointment must demonstrate evidence of commitment to completing a doctoral degree within the lifetime of the contract period. This will normally involve evidence of current registration on a doctoral programme and a report from the candidate's academic supervisor, indicating satisfactory progress towards completion of the degree. University Boards of Assessors will not recommend a candidate for a permanent appointment in the absence of a doctoral degree. In making recommendations for appointment in the absence of a doctoral degree, Boards of Assessors also consider the level of professional experience and commitment to the discipline. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion UCD is committed to creating an inclusive environment where diversity is celebrated, and everyone is afforded equality of opportunity. To that end the university adheres to a range of equality, diversity and inclusion policies. We encourage applicants to consult those policies here https://www.ucd.ie/equality/ . We welcome applications from everyone, including those who identify with any of the protected characteristics that are set out in our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion policy. Salary Scale : 54,848 - €86,235 per annum (pro-rata for part-time post)Appointment will be made on scale and in accordance with the Department of Finance guidelines. Closing date: 17:00hrs (local Irish time) on 14 July 2021 Applications must be submitted by the closing date and time specified. Any applications which are still in progress at the closing time of 17:00hrs (Local Irish Time) on the specified closing date will be cancelled automatically by the system. UCD are unable to accept late applications. Note: Hours of work for academic staff are those as prescribed under Public Service Agreements. For further information please follow link below: https://www.ucd.ie/hr/t4media/Academic Contract.pdf Prior to application, further information (including application procedure) should be obtained from the Work at UCD website: https://www.ucd.ie/workatucd/jobs/ UCD do not require assistance from Recruitment Agencies. Any CV's submitted by Recruitment Agencies will be returned.
Post Title: PhD Candidate Developing a new conceptual framework for novel ecosystem theory using actor network analysis (European Research Council: PhD Researcher 1) Post Status: Full-time (4 years) commencing, in person, September 2021 subject to Government of Ireland recommendations on travel. Candidates will be expected to reside in Ireland for the duration of the PhD study. Research Group/School NovelEco (ERC Project number 101002440) Research Group, School of Natural Sciences, Trinity College Dublin Location: Department of Botany, School of Natural Sciences, and the SFI ADAPT Centre, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin, College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland Reports to: Professor Marcus Collier: Principal Investigator Salary: Fully funded and covers fees (EU and non-EU) and a €21,000 annual stipend Hours of Work Full time Closing Date: 18.00CEST, July 9th, 2021. Shortlisting will be completed during the end of June. Candidates will be invited for interview (using Zoom or by phone) during the week starting July 19th. NovelEco NovelEco is five-year research project funded by a European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator Award to Professor Marcus Collier (School of Natural Sciences) that officially commenced on June 1st, 2021. The aim of NovelEco is explore novel ecosystem theory as a bridging concept and a conduit for rewilding urban society. NovelEco is a citizen science project that will measure for the first time the societal attitudes to urban wild spaces (novel ecosystems) by working with citizens to study them and generate data on urban ecosystems. It will engage citizens in co-creating an online instrument to enable ecological data collection within urban novel ecosystems. During data collection the citizen scientists will also record their attitudes to novel ecosystems and reveal whether engagement with them alters their values and perhaps even their environmental behaviour. Comparing these data with the wider community this project will be the first to quantify the social and ecological values of novel ecosystems. NovelEco will refine and redefine the novel ecosystem concept and create a new awareness of the transformative potential of urban wild spaces. The NovelEco project team will initially consist of the PI, Professor Marcus Collier, three Postdoctoral Researchers, two PhD candidates, and a Research Team Manager with team members expected to grow during the lifetime of the project. This prestigious international project has an exciting opportunity for two PhD candidates commencing in September 2021. Post Summary PhD1: Developing a new conceptual framework for novel ecosystem theory using actor network analysis (working title). Doctoral candidate 1 (PhD1) will carry out independent research into the transformational aspects of novel ecosystems by studying stakeholder governance structures in wild, unmanaged spaces in cities . The candidate will work with a Postdoctoral Researcher who will be using (for example) a Delphi process as well as other social science approaches to map the actors in the novel ecosystem community (professionals, volunteers, policy-makers, etc.), but the candidate will also carry out their own research into peoples’ relationships to unmanaged, anthropogenic (novel) ecosystems in cities. The candidate will also have the opportunity to work within the ADAPT Centre and artificial intelligence-based approached for qualitative data analytics. The candidate will be required to assist in recruiting and liaising with citizen scientists, organising focus group workshops, as well as assisting with public outreach and conferences. This will be ideal for someone with a degree in geography, social science, urban studies, sustainability science. This position will involve extensive travel for field research in cities in Ireland, the UK, the US and possibly, subject to additional funding, Australia, Malta and Cyprus. PhD candidates are not required to teach or to lead on funding proposals, but these activities will be strongly encouraged in order to build your skills as academics and increase your academic employment options. You will assist your supervisor and the NovelEco research team with core elements of the project (for example: public engagement, additional research tasks; conference organisation; workshop management, data entry, and publications). Candidates will be mentored by the PI in writing their own research proposals and you will have several opportunities to visit established academic groups in other universities. PhD1 will produce an independent piece of research in the form of a high-quality PhD thesis (by publication) while also fulfilling the research requirements of the NovelEco project. They will also assist their supervisor and the Postdoctoral Research team with key research elements of the project (e.g. field work, literature reviewing, conference organisation, research workshop management, publications, public engagement, and citizen science support). TCD doctoral candidates are registered on the 4 year structured Trinity PhD programme and the PhD will be awarded from the School of Natural Sciences. PhD candidates have access to a variety of taught modules, both discipline specific and research skills, that will enhance and support their independent research. Carefully consider your motivation for embarking on a PhD, the skills/experience that you think make you well suited to a career in research and why you would be a good fit for this project. These points should form the basis of a detailed cover letter (2 pages maximum) expressing your interest in the role. As researchers in the prestigious NovelEco project (under supervision and direction of the supervision team), both PhD candidates will carry out field research using diverse methods such as qualitative and quantitative data gathering, citizen engagement, stakeholder interviewing, and social media analysis (machine learning). You will be required to carry out systematic reviews, applications for ethical approval, conducting interviews and hosting workshops, collaborating with citizen scientists and mapping. You will produce a thesis in academic paper format and will be expected to have at least one peer-reviewed paper approved for publication by their final year. The successful candidate will be core members of the NovelEco team which will include three Postdoctoral Researchers and will be supported by a Research Team Manager, and they will be supervised and mentored by the PI of the project. Qualifications You will have a minimum of 2.1 Honours degree (level 8) and/or a postgraduate qualification (level 9) in the areas of natural sciences and/or restoration ecology, human or environmental geography, environmental studies, anthropology, social science, (environmental) psychology, urban studies, or sustainability science. Person Specifications Knowledge, Skills & Experience (Essential): The successful candidate will have:
Store Assistant Manager
SPAR Ralph Group require full time Store Assistant Managers to join their amazing team. Positions are located in Longwood Co. Meath and North County Dublin. Customer Care • Accountable for ensuring consistently excellent customer experiences• To ensure all customer complaints are dealt with speedily & in the appropriate manner• To operate in an ‘always getting better’ mind-set Management • Plan and organise operation ensuring consistent service provided to the customer• Managing the overall performance of the store• Continually communicate with Assistant Store Manager and Retail Sales Team regarding objectives and store performance• Setting goals for the store thus ensuring effective customer service and competitiveness Finance • Generating financial reports, analysing same and reporting any discrepancies to Retail Operations manager• Managing the store budget• Ensure overheads are controlled and minimised where appropriate Operations • Ensure operation runs efficiently and smoothly• Ensure store standards are consistently improved in terms of housekeeping, merchandising, presentation and service• Plan for market changes and demands as they arise• Ensure in-store promotions are managed appropriately• Ensure policies and procedures are implemented and managed within the store• Manage cash handling in line with company cash handling procedures and take action on any discrepancies that arise• Manage store merchandising ensuring appropriate “value” image is portrayed in line with company procedures Leadership & People • The recruitment, training and development of high quality personnel• Ensure the induction is carried out effectively and efficiently• Oversee training & safeguard delivery in line with the People Plan• Supported by the Head Office team to deliver best practice HR• Rostering and general management of team to ensure optimum cover within budgetary provisions• Manage the performance of the team utilising effective performance management techniques and in line with labour law• Provide effective leadership & motivation to team Stock Management • Ensure effective stock control systems are in place• Preparation for and management of stock take• Ensure effective food management and waste systems are implemented, managed and updated appropriately• Identify areas of stock loss and ensure effective systems are in place to minimise stock loss (e.g. through pilferage, wastage, damages)• Ensure effective stock rotation and stock monitoring systems are in place and adhered to Legislation & Security • Take full care of Health and Safety of all personnel and customers in store and ensure any risks are minimised, or where possible, eliminated• Ensure security of store and personnel is maintained at all times• Take relevant action on security issues as and when they arise• Ensure secure opening and closing procedures• Ensure store operates within relevant legislation in terms of labour law, health and safety law, HACCP and sale of goods• Ensure you are up to date on all aspects of Health & Safety legislation, HACCP, Labour Law and Consumer Legislation and take relevant actions that may arise out of changes in same General • Meet targets as agreed• To undertake other additional duties as may be assigned by the Retail Operations Manager Requirements
YOUR ROLE IN THE TEAM? As the Shop Manager you set the tone for the shop, creating a fun environment which our customers love to be in, whilst driving yourself and your team to achieve shop targets. Also, you will have the ability to provide full operational support, direction and guidance to your shop. You will ensure that the experience for every customer who walks in to a Paddy Power shop is memorable, tailoring the service you give to meet the needs of each individual customer. We are forever pushing and exploring new ways to drive the business to adapt to Retail's ever evolving Online presence! Ideally, we want people who will embrace technology as they will flourish in Paddy Power, combining their ability to promote our online products and services within our shops and still provide an epic customer journey. We believe results don't just come from targets, but also team progression. At Paddy Power, we want managers who take pride in developing their team and show the desire to train them for the next level of their career! Our business is people, so it's up to you as a manager to ensure you give the team the tools to succeed! You've Been Brave… You've mapped your journey to reach your career goals to date, why stop? We offer amazing opportunities to proving managers to keep growing their career and constantly stride to provide progression avenues for you to conquer. HOW WE DO IT? We want people who will stay customer focused by building strong and lasting relationships; creating a fun environment which punters love and repeatedly come back to. This will include educating and guiding your team to be able to cross-sell retail and online products and services. Other duties will include:
Company Description JYSK Drogheda are now recruiting dedicated and ambitious individuals to build a career with us. JYSK is one of the fastest growing retail chains in Europe. Operating in over 50 countries, JYSK has expanded rapidly from its first store in Denmark in 1979 to more than 2,900 stores worldwide today. Every week, three new JYSK stores open somewhere in the world. The JYSK business concept focuses on selling quality products with a Scandinavian look and feel at very competitive prices. Over the next 5 years, JYSK has ambitious growth plans to consolidate its place as one of the leading retailers in UK & Ireland and this is your chance to build your career with us! Job Description You Bring dedication and you… Additional Information The Process… It is critical to our success that we recruit the right people. JYSK is looking for individuals who are hardworking and have great ambitions for the future. If you bring dedication, you will meet possibilities because todays Sales Assistants are our future Store Managers. Click: ’’I’m Interested’’ NOW if you enjoy working in a fast-paced environment with constant challenges, performing independently and as part of a team in order to deliver unforgettable experience for our customers and excellent sales for JYSK. You could be joining the JYSK family sooner than you think! Your application will be in review within 48 hours. If successful, you will first receive a link to a video interview where you will answer few short questions followed by a link to complete 2 online assessments. If you have what it takes, within 2 weeks you will be invited to attend a face-to-face interview. Hourly rate: €10.90 + fantastic store performance related bonus scheme
Content Reviewer With German
Job Description Accenture is hiring full-time employees to work as a Content Reviewer on a fixed-duration project for one of our global leading clients. Help improve the quality and safety of online content, while gaining hands-on job experience. As a Content Reviewer, you will be responsible for analyzing and reviewing user profiles, videos, and text-based content and/or investigating, escalating and/or resolving issues that are reported by users or flagged by the system. You will use your problem-solving skills to continuously deliver value to our clients, while making a larger impact on society. Duties and Responsibilities Day-to-day responsibilities may include, but are not limited to: Accenture is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of society and does not discriminate on grounds of race, religion or belief, ethnic or national origin, disability, age citizenship, marital, domestic or civil partnership status, sexual orientation or gender identity.
Securities Services, Client Implementation Project Manager
Responsibilities: - Job Family Group: Customer Service - Job Family: Institutional Client Onboarding - Time Type: Full time - Citi is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran. Citigroup Inc. and its subsidiaries ("Citi”) invite all qualified interested applicants to apply for career opportunities. If you are a person with a disability and need a reasonable accommodation to use our search tools and/or apply for a career opportunity review Accessibility at Citi . View the " EEO is the Law " poster. View the EEO is the Law Supplement . View the EEO Policy Statement . View the Pay Transparency Posting
The Team: The Recruiting team at Datadog is responsible for scaling the growth of our company size. Our recruiters are strategic business partners, matchmakers, sellers and marketeers, all wrapped into one. We contribute to the bottom line and have high visibility to leadership teams as we partner with our business leaders on building their teams with top talent within multiple business areas. You will have the opportunity to shape, mold, and impact how fast we grow, the way we’re viewed, and the candidate experience. The Opportunity: Datadog is a post-IPO software company, with offices in NYC, Boston, Paris, Dublin, Japan, Sydney, and Singapore, and scaling globally. Datadog is ramping up for another big hiring year and expanding our Recruiting team to support our growth. We are looking to hire a recruiter who will be responsible for finding the best talent for our Commercial Sales and Marketing + G&A teams across EMEA; you will be the face of recruiting at Datadog! You will be the first point of contact for new candidates in the hiring process, playing a critical role in identifying great candidates, telling the Datadog story and ultimately turning great candidates into great employees. This is a full-time and onsite role in our Dublin office (once we return to the office). You Will: Equal Opportunity at Datadog: Datadog is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer and is proud to offer equal employment opportunity to everyone regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity, veteran status, and more. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. Your Privacy: Any information you submit to Datadog as part of your application will be processed in accordance with Datadog’s Applicant and Candidate Privacy Notice.
Clinical Nurse Manager II, Urgent Cardiac Care
The Mater Private 24/7 Urgent Cardiac Care Service is led by our team of expert Cardiologists in conjunction with a highly skilled team of Specialist Cardiac Nurses and physiologists in Heart & Vascular Centre This service is the only one of its kind in a private hospital in Ireland, offering patients urgent cardiac assessment and diagnosis with immediate access to direct intervention 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. We are seeking to recruit a highly motivated CNM II to join our Urgent Cardiac Care NURSING Team in a full time, permanent contract position. Purpose of the Post: The aim of this Urgent Cardiac Care Clinical Nurse Manager role is to ensure that the specialised skills and knowledge in Cardiac Nursing are utilised to facilitate the provision of a quality patient focused service for patients attending the Urgent Cardiac Care in the Mater Private Hospital. Application Criteria: If you are interested in discussing this role or would like more information or a tour of our facility please contact Ann McGarr, Human Resources To apply, please forward your CV to Ann McGarr, Human Resources firstname.lastname@example.org by close of business Monday 28th June 2021 THE MATER PRIVATE HOSPITAL IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER
Clinical Nurse Manager II, Lung Cancer Thoracic Liaison
Purpose of Post: The Lung Cancer Thoracic Liaison Nurse (CNM2) will have a central role in the management of patients with a new diagnosis of lung malignancy and in overseeing the post operative care following thoracic surgery. The nurse is responsible for coordinating investigations required for diagnosis and staging in-line with national guidance. This includes the collation of this information and ensuring timely presentation at the MDT meeting and appropriate onward referral. The post holder will be in charge of ensuring post-operative management is delivered in accordance with best international thoracic surgical care pathways. This would include developing and implementing thoracic pain management protocols, enhanced recovery protocol and chest drain protocols along the lines of those already implemented by the thoracic team elsewhere. Central to this would be the ongoing education of patients, families and staff (medical and nursing). The post holder will be a key member of the multi-disciplinary team as well as providing a managerial and leadership role, clinical expertise and an education focus, which comprises of assessing, planning, delivering and evaluating the care given to patient’s and their families. They will liaise closely with specialist medical, surgical, oncology, radiology, palliative care, community services and play a central role in coordinating clinics assessment/investigation and surgical work-up. The Lung Cancer Liaison Nurse should apply evidence-based practice, act as a patient advocate, provide health promotion and education to the patient and their families. Application Criteria: Job descriptions available from Ann McGarr HR Department email@example.com Please send your up to date CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by the closing date on Monday 28th June 2021. THE MATER PRIVATE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER