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Certification & Inspection Officer, Medical Devices Stainability Built Environment X

Santry,; Galway; Limerick, Dublin

Job Type Permanent Full-Time Category Medical Devices Location Santry, Dublin; Galway; Limerick Job Description Job title: Certification and Inspection Officer division: Medical Devices Updated: May 2022 Reports to: European Operational Manager, Medical Devices Grade: SSO Status: Permanent Location Dublin or Galway or Limerick / Hybrid REFERENCE 37-22 NSAI is seeking to recruit a Certification and Inspection officer within our Medical Devices division with experience in one or more of the following areas: Full details of the post can be found on the below Candidate Booklet: 37-22-Candidate-booklet-Certification-Inspection-Officer-MD.pdf

2 days agoFull-timePermanent

Enterprise Computing Analyst

Mater HospitalDublin

This role requires a deep technical understanding of the environments supported. This person will play a vital role in the delivery of the most efficient solutions and technologies required in a demanding 24/7 healthcare environment. This is a full time permanent post.

2 days agoFull-timePermanent

Senior Occupational Therapist

St Michaels HouseDublin

St. Michael’s House is a community based voluntary organisation founded in 1955 which provides facilities and services to over 1,700 people with intellectual disabilities and their families in the greater Dublin area. We provide services in three regions: North Region (Ballymun); North-East Region (Coolock & Baldoyle); Southern Region (Goatstown) and cover all age groups from early services to the end of life stage. Senior Occupational Therapist- Adult Services (Full-time - Permanent) St. Michael’s House seeks to employ proactive and progressive individuals who identify with the ethos of providing a continuum of innovative services that support people with a disability to integrate with their community. We are currently seeking applications from Occupational Therapists interested in joining the established Occupational Therapy team. This recruitment process is carried out to fill a Senior Occupational Therapist post (full-time/ permanent) working in Adults Services.The post may involve service provision across Adult Services in St. Michael’s House (North, North-East and Southern Regions). Line management and supervision will be provided through the Occupational Therapy Manager. Essential Criteria: Please outline in your cover letter your suitability for the role with the above in mind as candidates will be short-listed for interview based on the above criteria. Only candidates shortlisted for interview will be contacted. Please remember to include a valid email address as this is the way you will be contacted. A panel may be formed of candidates successful at interview for additional vacancies as and if they arise. Informal enquiries for this position are welcomed by Irina Jackson, Occupational Therapy Manager at 0860356963. Closing Date for receipt of applications: Monday 30th of May @ 5.00pm Interviews will take place the week of 6th of June 2022. St. Michaels House is an equal opportunities employer

2 days agoFull-timePermanent

Person In Charge-CNM Or Social Care Leader


Community Residential Services, Dublin 15 ARE LOOKING FOR A PERSON IN CHARGE (PIC) Clinical Nurse Manager 1 or Social Care Leader Permanent Full Time – 39hpw Supernumerary hours available specific to the designated centres SCL Salary €48,209 - €56,299 CNM 1 Salary €47,389- €55,808 (Salary subject to Relevant Public Sector Experience and pro rated in line with hours worked) We’d love to hear from you if you: • Are registered with NMBI - RNID desirable or A HETAC Degree in Social Care from a recognised institution - Essential • Recognised Management Qualification FETAC/QQ1 Level 6 or equivalent - Essential • Have experience working with people with an intellectual disability. • Have a minimum of three years experience in a management/supervisory role. • Have a passion for making a difference every day to the lives of people we support • Full clean driving license - Essential You will love working with us because you will: • Support people to live their best lives • Have access to learning across specialist units including dementia, behaviours and older persons • Benefit from academic supports and a defined career pathway • Work alongside clinical and academic specialists through our tripartite agreement with TUH and Trinity • Be paid consolidated HSE pay-scale rates plus comprehensive annual leave and pension* • Work flexible hours to fit around your life and supernumerary hours • Experience Wellness at Work - Spectrum Life Workplace Wellbeing Programme • Benefit from free car parking and subsidised canteen To apply, visit https://avista.rezoomo.com/jobs/ Informal enquiries can be made to Ciara O Keeffe, Service Manager– 01 8223801 Closing Date for applications: Friday 27th May 2022 Do something incredible ~ Transform lives ~ Come join our team!

2 days agoFull-timePermanent


CentraDãºn Laoghaire, A96 P386, Dublin

Main purpose of the role: Manage and motivate your team, ensuring the store operates efficiently and effectively and to provide our customers with the very best customer service experience at all times. The ideal candidate will have/be: - 2 years` experience in a customer service facing role is desirable • Excellent communication skills • The ability to work as part of a team in a fast-paced environment, ability to multi task under pressure • The ability to organise work, delegate responsibilities and support team members in the store. Main duties: • Actively live Centra brand-values i.e. Proud, Energetic, Imaginative and Community-Based • Be approachable and a role model who leads by example and encourages teamwork and a positive attitude in the workplace • Set the standard for other employees in relation to rotation, merchandising and facing off • Assist in the induction, training and development of employees • Deal with all customer queries efficiently, professionally and consistent with store policy • Engage with new initiatives and embrace new ways of working.

2 days agoFull-time

Platform Experience New Associate, Serbian


General Information Position: Platform Experience New Associate - Serbian Location: Dublin, Ireland Contract : Full-time role 40 hours per week, 18 month contract (with view to extension) Work Hours : Must be flexible to work in a 24/7 environment Job Description Accenture is hiring full time employees to work as a Platform Experience New Associate 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 Platform Experience New Associate, 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. INCLUSION AND DIVERSITY We are a global collective of diverse talents. Innovators improving the way the world works and lives. We provide an accessible, inclusive, open and welcoming workplace that helps everyone make the most of their professional potential. Discover how we are accelerating equality for all in the workplace Duties and Responsibilities Day to day responsibilities may include, but are not limited to In the context of this role, individuals will be exposed to potentially disturbing content, and will need a level of resilience and maturity. We care for our employees well being, health and safety and ensure that they have the support and resources needed to execute the responsibilities of their roles. Due to the nature of this role, the post holder might regularly be exposed to and have to deal with stroboscopic effect images 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. Please advise if you have any particular requirements, so we can look into arranging reasonable adjustments to the recruitment process. You can contact us at accessIErecruitment@accenture.com About Accenture Accenture is a global professional services company with leading capabilities in digital, cloud and security. Combining unmatched experience and specialized skills across more than 40 industries, we offer Strategy and Consulting, Interactive, Technology and Operations services — all powered by the world’s largest network of Advanced Technology and Intelligent Operations centers. Our 674,000 people deliver on the promise of technology and human ingenuity every day, serving clients in more than 120 countries. We embrace the power of change to create value and shared success for our clients, people, shareholders, partners and communities. Visit us at accenture.com. “

2 days agoFull-time

Platform Experience Associate, Greek


Job Specification: General Information: Position: Platform Experience Associate - Greek Location: Dublin, Ireland Contract: Full-time role 40 hours per week Work Hours: Must be flexible to work in a 24/7 environment Job Description The team is looking for an intelligent, resourceful, detail-oriented candidate for a legal process support role. The person will be responsible for reviewing content on the internet to make sure it does not violate client policies or legal regulations. Duties and Responsibilities: In the context of this role, individuals will be exposed to potentially disturbing content, and will need a level of resilience and maturity. Due to the nature of this role, the post holder might regularly be exposed to and have to deal with stroboscopic effect images.

2 days agoFull-time

Research Fellow In Evidence Synthesis And Primary Care

Trinity CollegeTallaght, Dublin

Post Title: Research Fellow in Evidence Synthesis and Primary Care Research Post Status: Specific Purpose Contract – Full-time Research Group / Department / School: Department of Public Health and Primary Care, School of Medicine, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin CLOSING DATE:  30/05/2022, 12 noon Post Summary This post will support completion of a collaboration between the Discipline of Public Health and Primary Care in Trinity College Dublin and the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA). Discipline of Public Health and Primary Care Public Health and Primary Care is located in the Institute of Population Health, Russell Centre, Tallaght Cross. https://www.tcd.ie/medicine/public_health_primary_care/ The disciplines of Public Health and Primary Care together form one of the Trinity College Medical School departments based in the Trinity Institute of Population Health (IPH), Tallaght, alongside colleagues from the School of Nursing and Midwifery. The Discipline has substantial and developing linkages and synergies with local GP practices, HSE and hospital colleagues and other disciplines within Trinity College. The Discipline is a multi-disciplinary team with public health medicine and general practice forming the core of the discipline. Epidemiology, health psychology, health economics and the social sciences are also represented in the team makeup. The Discipline’s research is reflective of health questions at both population and community levels, with particular emphasis on lifestyle issues and how these affect people's health. Health inequalities, illicit drugs and alcohol use, childhood and adult obesity, cancer prevention, prevention and management of chronic disease and multi- morbidity along with genetic epidemiology and gene-environment interaction, all form part of our research agenda. Staff members are involved in the Growing up in Ireland (GUI) study and The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (TILDA), large cohort studies which provide a rich seam of data for research. The Discipline runs a very successful Masters in Addiction Recovery within the IPH, Tallaght, and other masters courses within the Trinity Centre for Global Health and the Centre for Health Policy and Management. Both of these Centres are under the administrative governance of the Discipline. The Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) The Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) is an independent State body with the legal power and responsibility for improving the quality, safety and value of health and social care services (excluding mental health) in Ireland. HIQA expanded this function in 2017 to include producing the evidence to support the development of National Clinical Guidelines for quality appraisal by the National Clinical Effectiveness Committee (NCEC) and mandated by the Minister for Health. The goal of the National Clinical Guidelines is to promote healthcare that is current, effective and consistent, ensuring the best possible outcomes for patients for the resources available. To achieve this, the guidelines must be based on the best available scientific evidence of clinical benefits and cost effectiveness and incorporate the budget impact of their implementation. More information on the National Clinical Guidelines may be found at http://health.gov.ie/national-patient-safety-office/ncec/. Following a competitive process by the Health Research Board, HIQA’s health technology assessment (HTA) directorate was awarded a five-year contract to host the HRB-Collaboration in Ireland for Clinical Effectiveness Reviews (HRB-CICER). HRB-CICER synthesises evidence of clinical effectiveness, safety, cost-effectiveness and budget impact to inform the development of National Clinical Guidelines. The HRB-CICER team at HIQA works with multi-stakeholder groups to provide the evidence to support the development of National Clinical Guidelines and National Clinical Audit for quality appraisal by the National Clinical Effectiveness Committee (NCEC) and mandate by the Minister for Health. The HRB-CICER team is based in HIQA’s Health Technology Assessment Directorate. The team work closely with the lead collaborator, Trinity College Dublin and opportunities to get involved in ongoing primary care research will be available as appropriate. The first year of the post will predominantly involve support for the HRB CICER Programme, which is due to complete by May 2023 and the second year will involve more general primary care research with Prof Susan Smith. Overall Purpose: The post of Research Fellow in Evidence Synthesis and Primary Care Research is based within the Department of Public health and Primary Care at the institute of Population in TCD, based in Tallaght in Dublin. The successful candidate will join a multidisciplinary team with responsibility for the effective implementation of evidence synthesis programmes to deliver high quality evidence to support the development of National Clinical Guidelines and National Clinical Audit in Ireland. They will also engage in high quality primary care research that aligns with the hoist departments research activities. Standard Duties and Responsibilities of the Post The successful candidate for the post will: • Work with colleagues in the HRB-CICER team to conduct systematic review and metaanalysis of clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness evidence and estimate budget impact of health interventions and programmes to inform the development of National Clinical Guidelines and National Clinical Audit. • Work with colleagues in the Department of Public Health and Primary Care to support ongoing research across the department and apply for further grant funding. Particular areas of research interest include multimorbidity, medicines management and clinical trials in primary care settings. Specifically, the duties of the post are to: • Contribute to the production of evidence reviews by multidisciplinary teams within defined timelines; • Conduct systematic literature reviews and analysis of clinical and economic data to inform summary report writing; • Analyse epidemiological data, clinical effectiveness data and other parameter data as required to populate economic models; • Contribute to the development of economic models to estimate budget impact of health interventions; • Work across some or all of the key evidence domains to include: epidemiology, clinical effectiveness, cost effectiveness, budget and resource impact, organisational issues; • Contribute to drafting and writing reports that present complex information in an easily understood and accessible format; • Work with the Guideline Development Groups to ensure that HRB-CICER outputs are used to inform evidence-based recommendations; • Assist in the development of processes, policies and quality standards to ensure evidence synthesis work is completed in accordance with described standards and is of a high quality; • Contribute to peer reviewed academic publication of synthesised evidence; • Proactively engaging in performance development reviews and actively seeking out learning and development opportunities; • Provide support to the Programme Manager and other directorate staff; • Undertake other duties and responsibilities as may be determined by the Director of Health Technology Assessment. • Contribute to the conduct of primary care-based research • Support the preparation and writing of grant applications

3 days agoFull-time

Breast Care Clinical Nurse Specialist

St. Vincent's Private HospitalDublin(€51,422 – €60,792) +/ Qualification Allowance

Title Breast Care Clinical Nurse Specialist Categories Nursing Salary (€51,422 – €60,792) +/ Qualification Allowance Location St. Vincents Private Hospital Job Information (CNM2 Grade) – Full time Maternity Leave Cover (1 yr approximately) Applications are invited for above position: Requirements: Job Description available from Nursing HR nursingrecruitmentsvph@svph.ie Interested candidates should apply by sending an up-to-date curriculum vitae to Anita Boylan, Director of Nursing, Nursing Administration by email to nursingrecruitmentsvph@svph.ie * Please note that should you be unsuccessful at interview you may be added to a panel for future similar posts * Apply Now

3 days agoFull-time

Customer Assistant, Tyrrellstown

LidlHollystown, Dublin€12.90 - €14.90 per hour

Summary Are you as flexible as us? We have different shifts to suit your lifestyle. Come and speak to us to see what we can offer you. This may be your next career move!  As a Customer Assistant you are required to sell alcohol, therefore you must be 18 or over to work in our store. What you'll do

3 days agoFull-time
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