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Kitchen Porter/Trainee Cook

Cafe Jacques
Skerries, Dublin
Part-time
Trainee

Part-timeThe Successful candidate will play an important role within our Cafe Jacques team.The right candidate must be able to work flexible hours (20-40 hours per week) with some weekend work.The Successful Candidate will be trained in as a chef within our cooking team from week 1.The right candidate must:

13 days ago

Contestant - Ultimate Hell Week, RTÉ

RTÉ
Dublin

RTÉ’s brand new series, ‘Ultimate Hell Week’ is an endurance challenge like no other and we’re looking for 24 of Ireland’s fittest men and women to take part.For 8 unrelenting days you will be pushed beyond your mental and physical limits by battle-hardened veterans from the world’s special forces. This unique military bootcamp is based on the training methods used to select the toughest of soldiers and will be the ultimate test of fitness and mental resilience.Should you choose to accept it, ‘Ultimate Hell Week’ will be the most psychologically demanding and physically challenging mission of your life. Only the hardiest need apply!THIS IS NOT A JOB - THIS IS INFORMATION ABOUT AN OPPORTUNITY TO APPEAR AS A CONTESTANT ON RTE'S - ULTIMATE HELL WEEKHIT APPLY TO GO TO THE MAIN SOURCE AND TO APPLY

21 days ago

Jobs

Dublin
Full-time

We saw these doing the rounds on Facebook, there really are Warriors in this World!If you'd like to see jobs available today in Ireland and LondonClick Apply to go to our searchable databaseBest of Luck!

20 days ago

Language Assistants in Spain

Department of Education & Skills
Outside of Ireland
Part-time

Want to spend a year in Spain?Language Assistants work in Spanish schools under the supervision of qualified teachers, helping students with their English. Requisites: Deadline for applications: 11th March' 2019

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Pharmaceutical Jobs

Pharmaceutical Companies
Nationwide
Full-time
Part-time

Find high-paying, stable and secure Jobs in Ireland’s BOOMING Pharma Manufacturing Industry & you don’t have to be a scientist!30% above average salaries, Join 3,430 people who have made the switch!Is your CURRENT or PREVIOUS job in one of these areas:• Manufacturing, Maintenance, Engineering & QualityAccording to Getreskilled.com those who’ve made the transition come from lots of different backgrounds:• Homemakers• And these industries;o Construction – Electrician, Plumber/Pipe-fitter, Carpenter/Joiner, Foreman, General Operativeo Restaurant – Chef, Cook, Restaurant Managero Healthcare – Nurse, Pharmacist, Radiation Therapisto Manufacturing – Production Operator, Toolmaker, Fitter/Turnero Food Processing – Operator, Butchero Military – Army, Navy, Air Forceo Other – Farmers, Designers, Architects, Business, Sales, Accountants etcHere’s a Map showing the location of 190 Pharmaceutical & Medical Device Factories in Ireland https://www.getreskilled.com/pharmaceutical-jobs/factory-locater/You can do some short conversion courses with Getreskilled.com to retrain and fit into the high-paying pharmaceutical manufacturing industry.Their courses are accredited by Dublin Institute of Technology, a World top 2% University.  • Largest University in Ireland• Named Best Institute of Technology by the Sunday Times in 2010• Ranked in top 100 by the Times Higher Education for universities under 50 in 2014 and 2015• 20,000 registered students• Over 2,000 members of staff• Member if the European University AssociationFor more information or to apply to one of their courses go here; https://www.getreskilled.com/

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Executive Fire Prevention Officer

Dublin County Council
Dublin
Full-time

Executive Fire Prevention OfficerThis role is advertised here on publicjobs.ie but the campaign is not managed by the Public Appointments Service.Job Title:Executive Fire Prevention OfficerEligible: Suitably qualified personsSalary: €48,691 - €67,684 per annumApplication details/procedure:For more detailed information, please log on to our website: http://bit.ly/DCCVacancies. It is the responsibility of the applicant to check the job particulars.Alternatively, please contact the Human Resources Department, Civic Offices, Wood Quay, Dublin 8, tel: (01) 2223041 or email: human.resources@dublincity.ie Closing date:Rolling Recruitment 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.

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Financial Controller

Derrycourt Cleaning Specialists
Finglas, County Dublin,
Competitive
Permanent
Full-time

Background: Derrycourt Cleaning Specialists was established in 1992 by Ann and Martin O’Hanlon.Over the past decade the company has experienced tremendous growth and currently employs a workforce of over 1500 staff. Family owned and managed, Derrycourt Cleaning Specialists takes great pride in total commitment to client satisfaction, always aiming to exceed customer’s expectations and to provide a personal and professional service through the experience and commitment of their trained staff. Derrycourt’s client base spans across the industrial, commercial, educational, manufacturing, retail, healthcare (both private & public) and hospitality industries. Derrycourt specialises in a range of customised service offerings.As Financial Controller you will oversee all financial aspects of the business and direct the company’s overall financial strategy plans. The candidate will require knowledge of accounting, finance, and business principles, coupled with strategic thinking skills and the ability to formulate profitable decisions. The candidate should have assessment skills, including knowledge of financial performance indicators and risk analysis. The Financial Controller will also be responsible for leading the finance team of 10 colleagues across payroll, invoicing, credit control and accounts payable. In addition, the Financial controller play a key role as part of the management team in driving this award-winning business forward.    Responsibilities OF THE JOB INCLUDE:·        Overall responsibility of the company’s accounting functions.·        Production of monthly management accounts.·        Production of annual accounts and work with auditors on audit process.·        Production of and review of individual client profitability with recommendations to management where action is required.·        Assist Bid Team with Pricing Formulations for new business·        Formulate financial strategy to support growth.·        Work with Directors to highlight issues and work through to successful conclusion.·        Prepare content for and manage special projects at request of MD and Board.·        Manage working capital requirements.·        Support in maintaining insurance company and broker relationships.·        Responsibility to produce financial targets and budgets.·        Responsibility for advising the board on all corporate finance matters including Capital·        Requirements, Debt, Taxation, Equity and Restructuring. ·        Main point of contact for finance partners, e.g. the Banks, etc.·        Preparation of Annual Statutory Accounts and ensuring that Central Bank regulatory requirements are met.·        Work with external compliance advisors, taxation consultants and legal professionals to ensure the company is compliant with applicable laws / regulations including Central Bank, company law and tax legislation. 

21 days ago

Driver Guide

Vagabond
Nationwide
€145 per day
Full-time

Working with VagabondIf you are interested in working with Vagabond Tours, please get in touch. We are currently recruiting for the roles below:Driver-Guides:2019 – If you think that guiding visitors around Ireland for up to 12 days at a time sounds like the best job in the world, please send us an email with a CV and cover letter to info@vagabond.ie. Please only apply for 2018 if you already hold a D or D1 bus licence and CPC’s, or have already started working towards getting your licence.About VagabondVagabond is Ireland’s only 4X4 adventure tour company, taking award winning trips to some of the most beautiful and remote parts of the country. Each tour is a blend of outdoor activity, sightseeing, scenery, local historical and cultural information and loads of laughs.The Role:We are passionate about offering a fantastic experience to our customers and require the highest level of dedication and professionalism from all our team. In return, we are prepared to spend considerable time and effort into developing people into our guiding roles.Our guests come from all over the world and across a wide spectrum of ages and backgrounds. But they are all here to relax, unwind and enjoy Ireland.If you would be interested in being a driver-guide and taking tours lasting between 6-12 days – then we would be interested in hearing from you. It is hard work and you will be away from home, but is also great fun, a healthy way of life and very rewarding (you also get a great tan). Plus the pay is OK too.Duties include but are not limited to:How to ApplyIf you feel you have what it takes to be a Vagabond tour guide, please submit your CV and Cover Letter to info@vagabond.ie

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Aircraft Mechanic Apprenticeship 2019

Dublin Aerospace
Dublin
Apprenticeship
Full-time

Dublin Aerospace Aircraft Mechanic ApprenticeshipOVERVIEWAircraft Mechanic’s inspect, maintain and repair airframe structures, engines, electrical and vionic systems. Therefore, both mechanical and electrical aptitudes are necessary. The aviation industry uses advanced technology, and with increasing reliance on computerised flight control and aircraft management systems, theunderstanding of electronic and computer equipment is an important part of an AircraftTechnician's skill set. The work is diverse, disciplined and highly regulated, both nationally and internationally.After successful completion of this Apprenticeship the apprentice will receive a Level 6 AdvancedCertificate from Solas and be eligible to apply for a Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance Engineers Licence from the Irish Aviation Authority.PERSONAL QUALITIES AND SKILLSYou must have a desire to work with your hands, a keen interest in the aviation industry and a positive attitude to studying and work. You must also have strong practical skills. The ability to understand technical information anddiagrams is important. In aviation, records are important and you will have to complete reports on all work carried out. As well as sound technical knowledge, you must have a strong sense of responsibility and the abilityto work accurately. You must also be able to follow written instructions and record actions taken. Good teamwork is a key quality.Central AspectsLike working with your handsTeamworkUnderstanding and using PhysicsLearning how an aircraft and its systems workUnderstanding Instructional manuals including technical drawings and diagramsLearning new knowledge and craft skills leading to competencySecondary AspectsPractical skills and theoretical knowledgeBeing responsible for controlling or adjusting equipmentWorking with electrical and electronic equipmentRepairing itemsDURATION AND STRUCTURE OF APPRENTICESHIPThe Aircraft Apprenticeship program is a minimum of 4 years.It consists of 5 phases,3 On-the-Job Phases with Dublin Aerospace2 Off-the-Job Phases with the Education &Training Boards (ETB)/Solas/Institutes of Technology (approx. 75 weeks in total between Shannon, Co. Clare and Dublin).For more information on the Structure & costs of the Aircraft Technician Apprenticeship, please referto the information page.Successful completion is achieved when all the required theory and practical tests have beenpassed in order to obtain an EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence in the designated category.Subjects include:1. Mathematics2. Physics3. Electrical Fundamentals4. Electronic Fundamentals5. Digital Techniques / Electronic InstrumentSystems6. Materials and Hardware7. Maintenance Practices8. Basic Aerodynamics9. Human Factors10. Aviation Legislation11. Turbine Aerodynamics, Structures andSystems13. Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structures andSystems14. Propulsion15. Gas Turbine Engine17. PropellerThese licence requirements including syllabi are contained in the consolidated version of Commission Regulation (EU) No 1321/2014. Annex III Part-66. To view the syllabi for the above subjects please refer to pages 100-152 by viewing the following website: https://bit.ly/1hHThrMAPPLICATION REQUIREMENTSCandidates must:Be over 18 years of age on the 1st September 2019;Be permitted to live in Ireland without restriction;Be able to pass a full security and background check – This includes Garda Vetting;Be able to pass a colour vision and medical assessment.Educational QualificationsCandidates must have obtained the following minimum educational qualifications:Junior Certificate (Ordinary Level) Grade C or higher at Ordinary Level (or Grade D or higher at Higher Level) in the Junior Certificate (or equivalent) in one sitting in the following subjects:1. English2. Mathematics3. Science *4. Any other 2 subjects* If you have not obtained the required grade in Science, Grade C or higher in any one of the following subjects is acceptable:Technology, Technical Graphics, MaterialsTechnology (Wood) or Metalwork (Materials & Technology).ORLeaving CertificateGrade O6/D or higher at Ordinary Level in the Leaving Certificate (or equivalent) in one sitting inthe following subjects:1. English2. Mathematics3. Science Subject *4. Any other 2 subjects*Agricultural Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Physics and Chemistry, Applied MathematicsIf you have not obtained the required grade in any of the above Science subjects, the following is acceptable at Leaving Certificate Level: Construction Studies, Design and Communication, Graphics, Engineering and TechnologyAPPLICATION PROCESS:PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES below before you submit your application.Failure to complete the application correctly may result in your application being rejected:Please ensure that your email address is valid as this will be the primary method of communication.An initial screening process will take place focusing on the applicants grammar, academic qualifications, hobbies and work experience. Candidates who pass the initial screening stage of the Recruitment process will be required to attend testing/interviews during the months of July and August. There may not be alternative datesavailable, please bear this in mind when applying.You will need to upload your CV and an official copy of your Junior/Leaving Certificate results.Your CV should contain the following information: Names, addresses and dates of schools attended, Previous work history (paid or voluntary), Any hobbies, involvement in clubs/organisations etc., Names and contact details of at least 2 referees.HOW TO APPLY:Interested candidates can apply via our website www.dublinaerospace.com/careers.You should receive a message on the screen once you have fully completed your application acknowledging that it has been received. If you do not receive one please contact the HR

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Optical Assistant

Specsavers
Drogheda, Louth
Permanent

PermanentLet us develop your career and take you further! Join our team at Drogheda as an Optical Assistant, and you’ll discover why at Specsavers, we pride ourselves on providing the foundation for exciting, long-term careers – a home where your previous optical expertise will be truly valued and where you’ll be given the opportunity to thrive. With a business that’s constantly expanding, the opportunities to expand your knowledge base and develop a career have never looked better. As an Optical Assistant, you’ll make sure every customer gets a great experience when they come into our store. It means listening to what they want, explaining our offers and products, and assisting in the sale of glasses to our customers. You’ll work to Health Board guidelines (as well as our own high standards), give good, clear advice and make a positive impression, thanks to your polite and professional approach.To secure this role you will need previous experience as an optical assistant and have a real passion for providing fantastic customer care. We’ll continue to develop and expand your knowledge of vision problems, eyecare and our products You’ve already demonstrated that you’re a natural when it comes to customer care, you’re articulate, good with people with an organised approach and always happy to help, so you’ll fit right in as a valuable member of our friendly store team, joining a business that’s going places! For more information on this role, please contact Jack Dorrian Specsavers Recruitment on +44 1566 771 886 or email jack.dorrian@specsavers.com

15 days ago
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