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Localisation Project Coordinator

ActivisionDublin

Job Title: Localisation Project Coordinator Requisition ID: R008761 Job Description: Your Mission The Localisation Project Coordinator will work within the Dublin Localisation Team. They will support the all levels in the delivery of best in class localization for Activision consumers and internal stake holders. The successful candidate will be responsible for coordinating the localisation of assigned products from planning through to delivery. This is a fixed term contract. You will be responsible for;

14 days agoTemporary

Chief Executive Officer

The Citizens Information BoardTownsend St, 2, Dublin€97,617 per year

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for the position of Chief Executive Officer. The Citizens Information Board (CIB) wishes to recruit a CEO to drive the direction, leadership and overall vision for all staff and management in the organisation. This role requires the successful candidate to have significant experience leading and managing complex teams and projects, demonstrate commitment, flexibility and innovation in all areas of their work and possess the range of communication, persuasion, negotiation and interpersonal skills to manage a dynamic and multi-faceted organisation. Location: The role will be based in the offices of the Citizens Information Board George’s Quay House, 43 Townsend Street, Dublin 2, D02 VK65 Duration: This is a five year, full-time fixed term contract. Salary:  The salary for this role is at the grade of Principal Officer (Higher) + Directors Allowance. (PPC: €97,617 - €120,382 + €13,272) Remuneration as of 1st July 2021. Different terms and conditions may apply if, immediately before appointment, you are a currently serving civil/public servant. Candidates should note that entry will be at the 1st point of the scale and will not be subject to negotiation and the rate of remuneration may be adjusted from time to time in line with Government pay policy. The Citizens Information Board may consider a secondment arrangement for the full-term, subject to the agreement with the relevant public body. For more information on the role and for full details on the application process visit: https://www.citizensinformationboard.ie/en/news/vacancies.html

15 days agoFull-timeTemporary

Technical Recruiter, Mth

AmazonDublin

DESCRIPTION At Amazon we believe that every day is Day One. A day to take a first step. A day to look forwards to new challenges. And today is that day for you. It’s your day to be part of something great. A day to make your ideas come to life. And your day to join a company that redefines itself every day. That’s the energy and passion behind Amazon. The Recruiting organization supporting Utility Computing (UC) EMEA is growing and we are looking for a skilled full life-cycle Technical Recruiter to join our team in Dublin on an initial 12 month fixed term contract. The successful candidate will be joining a team with a broad scope in both technologies and stakeholders. UC Talent Acquisition EMEA supports teams in 22 locations throughout the region with main sites in Dublin, London, Berlin, Tel Aviv and Cape Town. You will play a critical role in the provision of a full life-cycle recruiting service to our Amazon Web Services businesses in Dublin, ensuring that candidates are recruited in a timely, efficient and cost-effective manner that meets the ongoing needs of a rapidly growing business. Responsibilities include full ownership of the stakeholder relationships, building and executing attraction strategies, pipeline reporting, interview process, offer/closing and building and maintaining relations within the wider hiring community. You will love this job if you are someone: · Who enjoys partnering with hiring managers to build effective sourcing, assessment, and closing approaches and strategies. · Who knows recruiting is hard, but approaches each day as a new opportunity to find niche profiles for the job at hand. · Who can participate in projects, breaking them down into manageable pieces, and delivering results. · Who loves to provide an excellent service to candidates and the hiring community. · Who challenges the status quo and approaches every day as if it was “day one”. · Who seeks a career path which will allow you to grow into a recruiting manager or Recruiting SME role in the future. · Who is passionate about technology and has a natural curiosity to learn more about the roles you recruit for and the products/technology the teams you support build. BASIC QUALIFICATIONS · You have 2+ years of experience recruiting software engineers and other related technical roles. · You have experience in managing a full life-cycle recruiting process. · You are able to partner with hiring managers to build effective sourcing strategies. · You are experienced driving candidate sourcing initiatives using search engines, deep-web Boolean searching, engineering social networks, etc. · You can provide evidence/examples of using data to drive decisions and build a business case when appropriate. · You have fluency in English. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS · You have experience working in an in-house recruiting role. · You have experience working with CV databases and internet search tools. · You are experienced driving Social Media campaigns and organizing event hiring such as international hiring events, industry conferences, MeetUp group hiring or other unique methods. · You have previously managed and prioritized multiple searches, projects and client relationships · You have a strong customer orientation with the ability to communicate with candidates and business leaders at all levels. · You have excellent negotiation skills. By submitting your resume and application information, you authorize Amazon to transmit and store your information in the Amazon group of companies' world-wide recruitment database, and to circulate that information as necessary for the purpose of evaluating your qualifications for this or other job vacancies. Amazon is an equal opportunities employer. We believe passionately that employing a diverse workforce is central to our success. We make recruiting decisions based on your experience and skills. We value your passion to discover, invent, simplify and build. Protecting your privacy and the security of your data is a longstanding top priority for Amazon. Please consult our Privacy Notice to know more about how we collect, use and transfer the personal data of our candidates.

16 days agoTemporary

Chief Executive Officer

Citizens Information BoardDublin

The Citizens Information Board (CIB) wishes to recruit a Chief Executive Officer to drive the direction, leadership and overall vision for all staff and management in the organisation. This role requires the successful candidate to have significant experience leading and managing complex teams and projects, demonstrate commitment, flexibility and innovation in all areas of their work and possess the range of communication, persuasion, negotiation and interpersonal skills to manage a dynamic and multi-faceted organisation. This is a five year, full-time fixed term contract.  The Citizens Information Board may consider a secondment arrangement for the full-term, subject to the agreement with the relevant public body. For more information on the role and for full details on the application process visit: https://www.citizensinformationboard.ie/en/news/vacancies.html Closing date : 06/10/2021  Please note that this advertisement is being hosted by the Public Appointments Service on publicjobs.ie. The Public Appointments Service has no involvement in, or responsibility for, the recruitment and selection process or the terms and conditions which relate to this post.

16 days agoFull-timeTemporary

Chief Executive Officer, , Dublinfinance

Citizens InformationDublin€97,617 per year

September 2021 The Citizens Information Board (CIB) is the statutory body which supports the provision of information, advice and advocacy on a broad range of public and social services. CIB provides the Citizens Information website, citizensinformation.ie, and funds and supports the network of Citizens Information Centres and the Citizens Information Phone Service. It also funds and supports the Money Advice and Budgeting Service (MABS), the Sign Language Interpreting Service (SLIS) and the National Advocacy Service for People with Disabilities (NAS). CIB is seeking to recruit a: Chief Executive Officer (Principal Officer (Higher) + Directors Allowance) Five Year Fixed Term, Full Time Contract Citizens Information Board, George's Quay House, 43 Townsend Street, Dublin 2, D02 VK65 Role The Citizens Information Board (CIB) wishes to recruit a Chief Executive Officer to drive the direction, leadership and overall vision for all staff and management in the organisation. This role requires the successful candidate to have significant experience leading and managing complex teams and projects, demonstrate commitment, flexibility and innovation in all areas of their work and possess the range of communication, persuasion, negotiation and interpersonal skills to manage a dynamic and multi-faceted organisation. The Citizens Information Board may consider a secondment arrangement for the full-term, subject to the agreement with the relevant public body. Salary €97,617 - €120,382 per annum (inclusive of two Long Service Increments (LSI) + a Directors Allowance of €13,272 per annum). Candidates should note that entry will be at the 1st point of the scale and will not be subject to negotiation and the rate of remuneration may be adjusted from time to time in line with Government pay policy. Increments may be awarded annually subject to satisfactory performance with the exception of long service increments, if applicable. Different terms and conditions may apply if, immediately before appointment, you are a currently serving civil/public servant. Application Process The application process is outlined in the Information Booklet which is downloadable below: Download the Information Booklet (pdf) Closing date is 5.30pm on Wednesday 6 October 2021 The Citizens Information Board is committed to providing equal opportunities for employment to all. Applications will be reviewed and shortlisted for interview on the merit, skills and experience detailed in the documentation supplied, regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, civil status, family status, religion, disability, race or membership of the traveller community. ⤴ Back to top

16 days agoFull-timePermanent

HCI Associate Professor In Medical Device Regulatory Affairs

Trinity CollegeDublin

Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract until 1st April 2025 School/Department: School of Medicine Job Category and Level: Academic; Associate Professor The Purpose of the Role The purpose of this fixed term contract Associate Professor post (until 1st April 2025) is to develop, coordinate and deliver a new program in Regulatory Affairs for Medical Devices, which will be offered at Postgraduate level (Diploma / Masters) with the objective of expanding student numbers to support the long-term feasibility, and sustainability of the programme to meet the needs of identified stakeholders in the target learner cohort. If the sustainability of the Programme is viable beyond the fixed term, any resulting post required will be filled by open competition and the post holder will be eligible to apply. The post holder will also develop a research theme in medical device regulation affairs in the School of Medicine, and contribute to both undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in this field and in the interdisciplinary curricular teaching, supervision and mentoring within the School of Medicine and the Trinity Centre for Biomedical Engineering at Trinity College Dublin. Funding Information This post is funded through Pillar 3 of the Human Capital Initiative. This government-funded initiative was launched in late 2019 and will invest €300m over five years in increasing the capacity of higher education to meet skills needs of the future. The three pillars of the initiative cover the areas of Graduate Conversion Courses (Pillar 1), Additional Places on Existing Undergraduate Provision (Pillar 2), and Innovation and Agility (Pillar 3) - full details can be found on the HEA’s dedicated website. Under Pillar 3 Innovation and Agility, a total of €206m has been provided across the HEI sector over 5 years to fund innovation and agility in methods of teaching and learning and the ability to respond to emerging skills needs through, for example, delivery of new courses or adaptation of existing courses. Following the call for submissions for Pillar 3, Trinity was awarded €21m, the highest individual award to any HEI, under the umbrella theme of ‘Next Generation 3 Teaching and Learning for the Changing Needs of Society and Enterprise’, for course proposals across 24 individual work packages. Context Medical devices and In Vitro Diagnostic medical devices (IVDs) have a fundamental role in saving lives by providing innovative healthcare solutions for the diagnosis, prevention, monitoring, prediction, prognosis, treatment or alleviation of disease. The EU has a competitive and innovative medical devices sector, characterised by the active role of small and medium-sized enterprises. It is supported by a regulatory framework that aims to ensure the smooth functioning of the internal market, taking as a base a high level of protection of health for patients and users. There are over 500,000 types of medical devices and IVDs on the EU market. The medical devices sector is essential to the provision of healthcare to citizens and is an important player in both the European and global economy. Medical device regulation includes both the assessment of devices on the market and the development of new regulations to ensure medical devices are as safe as possible and work as intended.

16 days agoTemporary

Graduate Programme, Sales Organisation

LidlTallaght, Dublin€36,400 per year

With over 6,000 colleagues across our stores, warehouses and offices in Ireland and Northern Ireland we are a big and ambitious team. We know our people are our greatest asset and our success is down to the commitment and dedication of our team. Training and Development At Lidl, we believe that training is the most important investment we can make in our people. Structured, on-the-job training is the foundation of our approach to training, giving all our employees the opportunity to develop both professionally and personally.As a graduate joining our business, we know you won’t have all the answers and that’s OK with us. As the only City & Guilds/ILM Accredited Graduate Programme in Ireland, the Lidl Graduate Management Development Programme is a unique programme that is tailored for each individual graduate. Whilst on the programme you will receive a bespoke training plan designed around your career path and current skills to teach you everything you need to know about working for Lidl. You will spend some time in our stores and warehouses to gain a thorough understanding of the key business areas. The programme gives you the opportunity to enjoy both personal and professional development through on-the-job training and a blended learning approach. Throughout your training you will be supported by trainers at every level of the business. They will assist you through solid hands on experience and formal training sessions on key topics relevant to your new role. As well as helping you learn the business from the ground up, our training programme is designed to help you expand and develop your problem solving and business management skills. Think you have what it takes to join the Lidl team? Your Tasks Sales Organisation Retail Operations Graduates will gain experience in two distinct areas: Regional Sales and the Sales Organisation Department in Head Office. Regional Sales are responsible for driving turnover growth through exceptional Customer Service and standards. You will spend time working in our stores to ensure you gain an in depth experience of all of our key retail processes. From there you will shadow one of our Area Managers as they guide you through their experiences and learnings. Their primary focus of the Sales Organisation team is to support the Regional Sales teams in the achievement of their KPIs. Sales Organisation are involved in the introduction and completion of projects that strengthen retail operations and increase our operational efficiency. While working in the department you can expect to work on exciting and varied projects that will make a difference on our shopfloors all across the country. Covering both areas of Retail Operations will ensure a bigger picture view of our business and ultimately improve your chances of success. Your Profile

17 days agoTemporaryGraduate

Graduate Programme, Logistics

LidlTallaght, Dublin€36,400 per year

With over 6,000 colleagues across our stores, warehouses and offices in Ireland and Northern Ireland we are a big and ambitious team. We know our people are our greatest asset and our success is down to the commitment and dedication of our team. Training and Development At Lidl, we believe that training is the most important investment we can make in our people. Structured, on-the-job training is the foundation of our approach to training, giving all our employees the opportunity to develop both professionally and personally.As a graduate joining our business, we know you won’t have all the answers and that’s OK with us. As the only City & Guilds/ILM Accredited Graduate Programme in Ireland, the Lidl Graduate Management Development Programme is a unique programme that is tailored for each individual graduate. Whilst on the programme you will receive a bespoke training plan designed around your career path and current skills to teach you everything you need to know about working for Lidl. You will spend some time in our stores and warehouses to gain a thorough understanding of the key business areas. The programme gives you the opportunity to enjoy both personal and professional development through on-the-job training and a blended learning approach. Throughout your training you will be supported by trainers at every level of the business. They will assist you through solid hands on experience and formal training sessions on key topics relevant to your new role. As well as helping you learn the business from the ground up, our training programme is designed to help you expand and develop your problem solving and business management skills. Think you have what it takes to join the Lidl team? Your Tasks Logistics Offering customers the best quality products at the lowest possible prices puts Logistics at Lidl at the forefront of our business. The route from our Regional Distribution Centres to our stores means that our operations must be agile at all times. In essence Logistics @ Lidl provides the right product in the right place and at the right time to our customers in the most cost efficient manner possible. Logistics has three overlapping areas of expertise which you will be heavily exposed to through the course of the graduate programme. People

17 days agoTemporaryGraduate

Graduate Programme, Retail Operations

LidlTallaght, Dublin€36,400 per year

With over 6,000 colleagues across our stores, warehouses and offices in Ireland and Northern Ireland we are a big and ambitious team. We know our people are our greatest asset and our success is down to the commitment and dedication of our team. Training and Development At Lidl, we believe that training is the most important investment we can make in our people. Structured, on-the-job training is the foundation of our approach to training, giving all our employees the opportunity to develop both professionally and personally.As a graduate joining our business, we know you won’t have all the answers and that’s OK with us. As the only City & Guilds/ILM Accredited Graduate Programme in Ireland, the Lidl Graduate Management Development Programme is a unique programme that is tailored for each individual graduate. Whilst on the programme you will receive a bespoke training plan designed around your career path and current skills to teach you everything you need to know about working for Lidl. You will spend some time in our stores and warehouses to gain a thorough understanding of the key business areas. The programme gives you the opportunity to enjoy both personal and professional development through on-the-job training and a blended learning approach. Throughout your training you will be supported by trainers at every level of the business. They will assist you through solid hands on experience and formal training sessions on key topics relevant to your new role. As well as helping you learn the business from the ground up, our training programme is designed to help you expand and develop your problem solving and business management skills. Think you have what it takes to join the Lidl team? Your Tasks Retail Operations A solid knowledge of operations is the foundation of everything that we do in Lidl, and as part of the Retail Operations Graduate Stream you will gain this knowledge through both practical experience in store along with accredited comprehensive workshops and training. As a Retail Operations Graduate, you will be based in one of our stores over the course of the 18-month programme. You will be fully trained in all the areas of sales operations right up to Store Management level with the potential to take over a store of your own or move to another area of the business. Starting at Customer Assistant level, you will become a member of a diverse and dedicated team, providing great service to our loyal customers. Next, you will continue onto Duty Manager training with responsibility for independent management of your store in the absence of the Store Management Team.You will also be given the opportunity to complete a placement in one of our departments in your Regional Distribution Centre. These teams are integral to ensuring that we continue to deliver the highest quality customer experience and working with them allows you to broaden your knowledge of operations and gain considerable insights into an important area of our business. You’ll bring this experience back to store for the final aspect of your programme – providing you with all the skills and tools you’ll need to step into a Store Management position. Our Store Management teams run a multi-million-pound business - you’ll have the opportunity to demonstrate your leadership skills by managing, motivating, and developing a team, while driving KPIs and delivering results. An exciting prospect for anyone!  Your Profile

17 days agoTemporaryGraduate

Graduate Programme, Audit

LidlTallaght, Dublin€36,400 per year

With over 6,000 colleagues across our stores, warehouses and offices in Ireland and Northern Ireland we are a big and ambitious team. We know our people are our greatest asset and our success is down to the commitment and dedication of our team. Training and Development At Lidl, we believe that training is the most important investment we can make in our people. Structured, on-the-job training is the foundation of our approach to training, giving all our employees the opportunity to develop both professionally and personally.As a graduate joining our business, we know you won’t have all the answers and that’s OK with us. As the only City & Guilds/ILM Accredited Graduate Programme in Ireland, the Lidl Graduate Management Development Programme is a unique programme that is tailored for each individual graduate. Whilst on the programme you will receive a bespoke training plan designed around your career path and current skills to teach you everything you need to know about working for Lidl. You will spend some time in our stores and warehouses to gain a thorough understanding of the key business areas. The programme gives you the opportunity to enjoy both personal and professional development through on-the-job training and a blended learning approach. Throughout your training you will be supported by trainers at every level of the business. They will assist you through solid hands on experience and formal training sessions on key topics relevant to your new role. As well as helping you learn the business from the ground up, our training programme is designed to help you expand and develop your problem solving and business management skills. Think you have what it takes to join the Lidl team? Your Tasks Audit The Internal Audit Department is responsible for ensuring all areas of our business adhere to defined company processes & procedures. The department conducts independent and objective assessments of all Operational, Administrative, Commercial, Central Service & HR business functions. The department also completes consultative reviews of third party service providers and communicate established and potential risk factors to senior stakeholders. The GMDP - Internal Audit Consultant role provides graduates with an opportunity to acquire broad business oversight in an accelerated learning environment while adding real value in their area of responsibility. Your Profile

17 days agoTemporaryGraduate
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