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Research Assistant For Sense-cog CARE Trial
Post Title: Research Assistant (part time) for SENSE-Cog CARE trial Post Status: Specific purpose contract– (Part-time) Research Group / Department / School: School of Medicine, Global Brain Health Institute, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin Location: St James’ Hospital, Dublin, Global Brain Health Institute, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland Reports to: Iracema Leroi, Associate Professor of Psychology Salary: Appointment will be made on the IUA scale at approximately Level 1, no higher than point 4 scale (commensurate with experience) at a point in line with Government Pay Policy Hours of Work: 0.5 FTE (50% time), based on a 39 hour week FT Closing Date: 5pm (GMT), Aug 1 2021 Please note that Garda vetting will be sought in respect of individuals who come under consideration for a post Post Summary The post holder will be part of a multidisciplinary research team, based at St James’ Hospital in Dublin, working on studies examining cognitive disorders. Current research focuses on Alzheimer’s and other dementias, mild cognitive impairment, brain-injury and healthy volunteers. Our studies use different methods including imaging, biomarkers and neuropsychological methods to assess healthy volunteers, carers and patients. The team’s current study portfolio is a combination of investigator-led (i.e.www.sense-cog.eu) and industry-sponsored studies. The post holder will act as research assistant on a newly funded trial (a feasibility cluster randomized trial) in 10 care homes across Ireland, called SENSE-Cog CARE. This will involve working under a Study Coordinator and with a team including a health economics’ fellow, research therapist, and patient and public involvement (PPI) panel. It will involve liaising very closely with the study lead (I Leroi) as well as other members of the applicant team, including those located in University College Cork. The post holder will also interface with the clinical team at St James’ Hospital’s Memory Clinic, the existing research team, as well as members of the Clinical Research Facility (CRF) at St James’ Hospital, who will be supporting the trials. The study will start in September 2021. Background to the trial, SENSE-Cog CARE Over 50% of residents with dementia (RwD) in nursing homes have clinically significant hearing and/or vision impairments that are frequently undetected or under-corrected. Additionally, sensory environments (i.e. noise and lighting levels) in nursing homes are often sub-optimal, contributing to sensory-cognitive challenges. This may result in higher care needs and poor quality of life. Enhancing sensory-cognitive healthcare in nursing homes may thus be a pragmatic, cost-effective way to improve quality of life for RwD. SENSE-Cog CARE’s aim is to adapt and feasibility test a hearing/vision (sensory) support intervention (SSI) for people with dementia in nursing homes across Ireland through several Work Packages. In Work Package (WP) 1, we will iteratively adapt the SSI through consultation with professional and lay stakeholders, using workshop and Patient and Public Voice (PPV) meetings. The SSI, delivered by Sensory Champions selected from each nursing home, will involve: (1) resident sensory screening, assessment and provision of sensory aids, with adherence support; (2) staff training and awareness raising for sensory health and communication skills; (3) developing a ‘sensory friendly’ environment; (4) ensuring optimal care pathways to hearing/vision providers (i.e. audiology and optometry services). In WP2 , we will conduct a feasibility-pilot cluster randomised trial involving up to 10 homes across Ireland, randomly allocated (1:1) to receive the adapted intervention or to continue Care as Usual (CAU). Assessments will be undertaken by a blinded researcher with residents and staff at baseline, 3 and 6 months. Data will include changes in: resident quality of life, functional ability, behaviour and cognition; quality and culture of care, reported by staff; and sensory environment. Using a process evaluation, we will explore intervention delivery/acceptability to staff and residents, and participant uptake, engagement and retention. Exploration of barriers and facilitators to intervention and trial delivery will inform refinement of the intervention and future trial design. In WP3 , we will develop, and feasibility test a health economic model evaluating cost-effectiveness of the SSI. In WP4 (SWAT), we will conduct a nation-wide survey to scope capacity and capability for applied dementia research in Irish nursing homes. This WP will be led from University College Cork, by Professor Nicole Muller. Our findings will inform progression to a definitive trial in collaboration with international partners, and contribute to emerging evidence of care home research methodology . Standard Duties and Responsibilities of the Post The post holder will gain experience working with the Study Coordinator and Research Therapist to deliver the SENSE-Cog CARE Trial. As such, all aspects of research study delivery will be required, and all aspects of the research process may be involved. The main responsibilities of the post-holder will be to support the Study Coordinator in the set-up, coordination, management, and delivery of the trial. Other duties may include working with the Study Coordinator in: workshop and focus group organization, protocol development, obtaining necessary approvals, coordinating study team meetings, driving recruitment, data management (including finalizing a data management plan and linking with the data protection officer), data collection (liaising with the research data officers and setting up REDCAP for data capture), data analysis (quantitative, qualitative), conducting data checks, adhering to trial protocols, dissemination of findings (manuscript preparation and presentation), report preparation (for the funder), and study close-out and archiving. The following duties be conducted alongside the Study Coordinator, who will have the main responsibility in all areas: 1. General trial conduct: Communicate effectively with participants, the research team and other professionals as appropriate. Provide ongoing information, advice and support to individuals participating in research studies and their carers and act on any concerns raised in a timely manner. To support preparation for site initiations, periodic monitoring and safety reporting. The post holder will support the delivery of the various internal/external audits. Ensure the research studies are carried out efficiently and effectively. Maintain study site files and documentation. Meet with and present to potential collaborators including funding bodies, pharmaceutical companies and others as required. The post holder will be expected to manage budgets related to the projects and line manage junior staff. 2. Recruitment: Recruit and screen participants to ensure the recruitment targets for the studies under their responsibility are achieved. Promote and maintain effective communication with research participants and members of the research team. Collaborate with external/ internal academic colleagues. Attend multi-disciplinary meetings and clinics as appropriate. Evaluate participant eligibility for entry to the study by carrying out screening assessments. 3. Assessments: To undertake assessments of participants and monitor their condition throughout their participation. 4. Data Management: Ensure all adverse events and/or incidental findings are appropriately recorded and reported. Maintain accurate records and ensures all relevant information is documented in source data worksheets and patient medical records if applicable. Complete the electronic case report form in a timely and efficient manner. Obtain any missing data and resolve queries with the clinical investigators. To observe the confidentiality of participant information at all times, in accordance with the Data Protection Act. Contribute to reports or presentations as required by the principal investigators. 5. Planning and Organising Organise, support and attend research meetings, and other members of the team as necessary. 6. Problem Solving Co-ordinate assessments and follow-up as necessary in accordance with research protocol. 7. Key Contacts/Relationships The post-holder will work with Professor Iracema Leroi at the Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI) at Trinity College Dublin. Locally, they will work closely with clinical team at the Memory Clinic at St James’s Hospital, and the Clinical Research Facility (CRF at SJH). Internationally, they will also work closely colleagues in Australia undertaking a similar protocol (under Dr Piers Dawes), with the eventual aim of submitting an international, fully powered RCT. Person Specification Qualifications MSc in psychology, cognitive neuroscience, neuroscience, nursing, biomedical engineering, nursing degree, or related field with experience in working with older adults or vulnerable adults in the context of psychosocial interventions/trials will be considered. Knowledge & Experience (Essential & Desirable) Essential:
Clinical Research Centre Director
Title: RCSI Clinical Research Centre Director Department: Clinical Research Centre Tenure: Part-time (0.5FTE), Fixed-term contract for 4 years (renewable for an additional 4 years subject to certain conditions) Location: Clinical Research Centre, Beaumont Hospital Reporting to: RCSI Director of Research & Innovation Proposed Start Date: November 2021 As the University of Medicine and Health Sciences , the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) is a degree-awarding health sciences institution specialising in medical and health sciences education, surgical training and research. As a global institution with undergraduate medical programmes in Dublin, Bahrain and Malaysia; Schools of Medicine, Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences, Physiotherapy, Postgraduate Studies and Nursing and Midwifery; and Leadership Institutes in Ireland and Dubai, RCSI has a broad international reach and the ability to unlock significant advancement for patient safety and clinical outcomes worldwide. RCSI recognises that excellence in research is critical to the quality of its educational activities, its credibility, and, overall, to its mission to enhance human health. Recently, RCSI has implemented a new research strategy that will build upon its strength in translational biomedical and clinical research to deliver transformational, high impact changes in health care. Targeting both Irish national and EU funding, along with increased collaboration with industry, is a major part of the RCSI research strategy. Forging increased collaboration between RCSI PIs and industry is of critical importance to achieving success in this area. RCSI is also committed to provide its researchers with the supports and developmental opportunities to enable them to continuously grow and support their overall career development. The RCSI Clinical Research Centre The RCSI Clinical Research Centre (RCSI-CRC) was established in 2000 at Beaumont Hospital as the first purpose built CRC in Ireland. Today, RCSI-CRC supports research in core clinical areas in including:
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P/T Legal Secretary/executive
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Assistant Professor In Philosophy
Job Title: Assistant Professor in Philosophy (part-time 50%) School/Department: Department of Philosophy, School of Social Sciences, Philosophy Job Category and Level: Academic; Assistant Professor Salary: Appointment will be made on the Lecturer Pay scale (109BN): €35,509 - €86,247 at a point in line with current Government pay policy (salary guide) Appointment will be made no higher than point  [i.e. €50,410] Closing date: 12 noon on Monday, 9th August 2021 The Purpose of the Role The Department of Philosophy, School of Social Sciences and Philosophy is seeking to appoint a halftime Assistant Professor, funded under the Human Capital Initiative, Pillar 3, (see HCI post information document) to commence on 1 September 2021 or as soon as possible thereafter. The successful applicant will design and deliver a module in Philosophical and Ethical Issues in Social Data for the new Continuous Professional Development programme in Applied Social Data Analysis. Topics to be covered include digital identity, data quality and protection, algorithmic fairness and diversity, transparency of data and algorithms, privacy and data protection. This module will be offered on a compressed timetable outside normal university scheduling (details to be confirmed). Evening and/or summer teaching may be required. The successful applicant will also deliver undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in the Department of Philosophy, in the candidate’s areas of expertise, as assigned by the head of Department. The successful candidate will be an engaged member of the Philosophy community and will also be required to undertake administrative responsibilities as directed by the Head of Department. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to participate in the newly established Trinity Centre for Justice and Values, under the direction of Prof. Adina Preda. Context The area of specialization is open, but applicants should have demonstrated expertise on philosophical issues related to Social Data. Desirable areas of specialization might include applied ethics, political philosophy, social epistemology, philosophy of law, philosophy of technology, philosophy of mind, and/or philosophy of social science.
Retail Betting Assistant
YOUR ROLE IN THE TEAM? Paddy's Retail Betting Assistants are the face of the business! We want people who love talking and getting to know our customers. Staying calm under pressure, you must constantly look for ways to improve yourself and the shop. 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 want all our people to always want to achieve more so when we say progression, we mean it! Be Brave… Map your journey to reach your career goals through endless opportunities within our business. Your journey with us is simply what you make of it! Don't worry if you've never worked in the betting industry before, we'll give you the knowledge… but it's your attitude that counts! Does this sound like you? If so, keep reading! HOW WE DO IT? We want people who will exceed customer's expectations, building effective relationships with customers, creating a warm and positive environment which they love to be in. This will include cross selling our retail and online products and services, clearly communicating answers to customer queries and informing customers about our latest promotions. Other duties will include:
Associate Authentication Analyst
at DigiCert Dublin WHO WE ARE: DigiCert is the world’s premier provider of high-assurance digital certificates. We are driven by the idea of finding a better way: A better way to provide authentication on the internet. A better way to tailor solutions to our customers’ needs. A better way to enrich our employees’ lives with opportunities to create the unexpected. Join us in finding better ways to help people believe in their digital interactions, and transform yourself and the connected world we live in. POSITION SUMMARY: As Associate Authentication Analyst you will engage with external customers and internal stakeholders through various communication channels, execute DigiCert's validation process according to internal documentation, and analyze validation test-data to determine whether systems or processes have met validation criteria. This is a part-time position. WHAT YOU WILL DO: Review incoming application forms, validate and submit to DigiCert's technical department Engage with external customers and internal stakeholders via phone, live chat, video calls and email Research customer organizations and verify contact details online Identify, document and alert managers of customer-call trends Execute DigiCert's validation process according to our internal documentation Analyze validation test-data to determine whether systems or processes have met our validation criteria or to identify root causes of production problems Coordinate the implementation or scheduling of validation testing with affected departments and team members Learn product features and gather customer requirements to confer with management Determine validation objectives and standards with internal managers Create, populate, or maintain databases for tracking validation activities, test results, or validated systems Process incoming and outgoing mail WHAT YOU HAVE: Native, bi-lingual or professional proficiency in English and Spanish (essential) 1+ year's in a policy or compliance role in the banking, finance or fraud sector (advantageous) Tertiary qualification (advantageous) Proven track-record in evaluating and mitigating risk Detail-orientation, aptitude to learn, high level of self-motivation, high degree of curiosity and ability to work independently Excellent written and verbal communication skills Tool experience: Microsoft Office and other software applications WHAT's IN IT FOR YOU: Progressive employment conditions and flexible working hours Attractive office environment in Dublin Exposure to modern systems and software tools Flat organization structure DigiCert is an Equal Opportunity employer and is committed to diversity in its workforce. In compliance with applicable federal and state laws, DigiCert prohibits discrimination on the basis of race or ethnicity, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, veteran’s status, status as a qualified person with a disability, or genetic information. Individuals from historically underrepresented groups, such as minorities, women, qualified person with disabilities, and protected veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.