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Head Of Division, Statistics

Central Bank of IrelandDublin

The Central Bank of Ireland serves the public interest by safeguarding monetary and financial stability and by working to ensure that the financial system operates in the best interests of consumers and the wider economy . We currently have a vacancy for Head of Division – Statistics on a 5 year fixed term contract in the Statistics Division .This role is aligned with the Head of Division grade and the HoD salary scale applies. Please click here for further information on our salary scales. The purpose of this role is to develop and lead the Division’s strategy and its effective, accurate and timely delivery of financial data, statistics, insight and thought leadership, including the Banks relevant statutory obligations, to inform the Bank’s decision making on policy and related organisational matters. Implement change management initiatives to adapt to a rapidly changing environment, including expansion of the range and dissemination of statistics, and represent the Bank’s interests at high-level international fora. Responsibilities: We know it's our people who make the Central Bank special and we are focused on creating a diverse, inclusive, fulfilling and progressive work environment. We encourage applications from candidates with different backgrounds, experiences and perspectives as it strengthens us, as individuals and as an organisation. We are committed to positively supporting candidates with disabilities. If we can make any reasonable accommodations for you in the recruitment process in order to give you the opportunity to perform to your best, please let us know. Any information that you provide will be used only for the purposes of providing relevant support and will have no bearing on how your application will be viewed. We have recently implemented a hybrid working model to balance the flexibility working from home provides with the value our office environments bring to support collaboration and connection with colleagues. Our approach to hybrid working enables colleagues to work from home up to 50% of working days, building on an existing broad range of flexible working policies and practices already in place to support our people achieve the right balance. Our policies also provide insight into our organisational culture, work environment and working arrangements. Here are some of the key policies (subject to ongoing review and amendment) which may be of interest as you consider a career with us. The Central Bank pension scheme mirrors the rules of the civil service pension scheme. Therefore if you are in receipt of civil/public service pension, abatement may apply to your current pension. Details of the appropriate pension scheme will be provided upon determination of the appointee’s status. Application Details: Closing Date: 17/02/2023 To apply, please complete the application form attached (via the “apply” link). Before starting your application you will be asked to create a profile with us, this will allow you to track and review your application throughout the process. Click "register" to create a profile and complete the application process. Once your application has been successfully submitted you will receive an automatic email from us acknowledging receipt. If you do not receive this auto-acknowledgement, please contact . Cuirfear fáilte roimh iarratais i nGaeilge The Central Bank of Ireland is an equal opportunities employer.

5 hours agoPermanent

Sales Assistant

CentraRathcoole, Dublin

Main purpose of the role: Responsible for ensuring customer satisfaction is the number one priority. Interact with each customer with great pride, passion and care and inspire shoppers through knowledge and expertise. The ideal candidate will have/be: • Excellent communication skills • Ability to engage with and prioritise customer needs • Strong attention to detail, organised and flexible • Ability to use own initiative and work as part of a team in a fast-paced environment • Customer driven • Previous customer service experience is an advantage. Main duties: • Actively live Centra brand-values i.e. Proud, Energetic, Imaginative and Community-Based • Show a positive attitude and take responsibility for ensuring customers receive an excellent shopping experience • Deal with all customer queries efficiently, professionally and consistent with store policy • Merchandise shelves, ensuring that all areas of the store are presented to the highest standard • Engage with new initiatives and embrace new ways of working.

5 hours ago

Archaeologist & Underwater

Department of Housing, Local Government and HeritageDublin

Archaeologist Grade III & Underwater Archaeologist Grade III The Department’s mission is to support sustainable development, with a particular focus on strategic planning, the efficient delivery of well-planned homes in vibrant communities, the sustainable management of our water resources, the nurturing of Ireland’s heritage and the promotion of effective local government The National Monuments Service, an integral part of the Heritage Division of the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage, is charged with, and committed to, conserving and managing Ireland’s unique archaeological heritage for the benefit, education and enlightenment of present and future generations, as a support to the economy and sustainable employment and in compliance with statutory requirements.  For both positions, candidates must hold a minimum Level 8 qualification on the National Framework of Qualifications (Honours Bachelor Degree) or a NARIC Ireland Foreign Qualifications equivalent in Archaeology & have a minimum of 3 years' post-qualification experience relevant to the post. Candidates applying for the position of Underwater Archaeologist Grade III hold a qualification at a minimum of QQI Level 6, Special Purpose Award in Commercial Scuba Diving Operations or HSE Part IV commercial dive qualification (or equivalent) & have experience of participating in underwater archaeological projects and the operation of relevant commercial dive equipment, experience in archaeological survey and excavation, planning/development issues and regulation. Closing date: Thursday 23rd of February 2023 We are committed to a policy of equal opportunity and encourage applications under all nine grounds of the Employment Equality Act. See Information Booklet Closing date: 3:00pm Thursday 23rd of February 2023

10 hours ago

Director Of The Irish Coast Guard

Department of TransportDublin

The Irish Coast Guard (IRCG), a Division of the Department of Transport, and has responsibility for critical incidents response to maritime emergencies and the Director of IRCG has a key role in ensuring effective and efficient service delivery on behalf of the citizen.  The IRCG provides search and rescue services across the state and saves on average 400 lives per year. It is comprised of almost 100 full time staff and supported by almost 1,000 volunteers across 44 units nationwide. Its scope includes rescue from the sea, cliffs and mountains, the provision of maritime safety broadcasts, ship casualty operations and investigation of pollution reports. The Director of the IRCG will be a key member of the senior management team in the Department of Transport and will report to the Assistant Secretary with the responsibility for the IRCG. Amongst their responsibilities, the Director of the IRCG will have operational responsibility for search and rescue and accident prevention services around the Irish coast and on Irish inland waterways. They will also oversee the operational activities of the IRCG nationwide including the Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centres and coastal sector units. The successful candidate will have:  • Significant experience, at an appropriate level, in Maritime Search and Rescue operations management, ship casualty, and pollution response. • Substantial senior level management experience in managing resources in complex organisations of scale. • Experience of policy development, delivery and implementation in a complex organisation. • A track record of successfully leading change or innovation within a complex organisation(s).  Full details of the role, including specific eligibility requirements is available on www.publicjobs.ie The closing date for receipt of completed applications is 3pm on Thursday 23rd February 2023. We are committed to a policy of equal opportunity and encourage applications under all nine grounds of the Employment Equality Act. see information booklet Closing date: 3.00pm on Thursday 23rd February 2023

10 hours agoFull-time

Assistant Secretary Maritime Policy

Department of TransportDublin

Ireland’s marine footprint extends to more than ten times its land mass and the marine sector plays a central role in Ireland’s economic and social development. An opportunity now exists for a talented individual to play the lead role in designing and driving Ireland’s approach to Maritime policy, as the responsible individual at Management Board level at the Department of Transport. The mission of the Department of Transport is to deliver an accessible, efficient, safe and sustainable Transport system that supports communities, households and businesses.  Reporting to the Secretary General, the Head of Maritime Policy will lead the Maritime Policy Division which plays a crucial role in facilitating economic growth and prosperity as well as maintaining connectivity with Ireland’s trading partners. The mission is to enable a safe, sustainable maritime sector that meets its international obligations and domestic needs and protects Ireland’s economic interest as an island nation. The individual will work closely with a dedicated team and diverse stakeholders across the Department and the maritime sector to deliver on the range of priority objectives, including connectivity, safety, sustainability and climate goals. The successful candidate will: • have a proven record of achievement at senior level that demonstrates the necessary vision, leadership and management skills; • have a strong track record in senior management and governance roles with a proven high level of organisational skills; • demonstrate the capacity to contribute strategically to the overall leadership and future development of the Department; • have a proven ability to deliver change initiatives including people management and performance improvement; • have expertise in driving and maintaining highest standards of governance compliance. Further information on this significant senior leadership opportunity, including details on how to apply, is available on www.publicjobs.ie This is a Top Level Appointments Committee (TLAC) position.  If you feel you would benefit from a confidential discussion about this role, contact Michelle Noone on michelle.noone@publicjobs.ie. The closing date for receipt of completed applications is 15:00 on Thursday 23 February, 2023. We are committed to a policy of equal opportunity and encourage applications under all nine grounds of the Employment Equality Act. For further information, please see candidate information booklet..  Please note, latest receipt for applications is 3PM on Thursday 23 February 2023

10 hours ago

Assistant Secretary Irish Coast Guard

Department of TransportDublin

The Irish Coast Guard (IRCG) is 201 years old and we are now looking for an exceptional individual committed to ensuring that the search and rescue services provided across the State continue to be the best that they can be for the years ahead.  The Coast Guard saves on average 400 lives per year, responding to almost 3,000 call outs. The services are co-ordinated by almost 100 full time staff and almost 1,000 dedicated volunteers nationwide. This is an exciting opportunity for the right individual to harness the energy and commitment of volunteers and permanent staff, delivering this key emergency service, to the highest governance, operational and ethical standards. The Assistant Secretary will be responsible for setting the strategic direction on what will save the most lives, including improving safety on the water for all citizens and delivering excellent customer service, working effectively with a wide range of stakeholders. They will also have responsibility for driving and delivering a transformation programme of the IRCG, following a review across all aspects of the Coast Guard Service including culture, governance, strategy, structure and roles to ensure that the IRCG is best placed to succeed in the 21st century. A key aspect of this role will be initiating an independent review of the role of the volunteer. The review will be informed by an extensive engagement programme with volunteers and staff to inform and guide this work. The Department of Transport now seeks to appoint an Assistant Secretary, the first time an appointment has been made at this senior leadership level to lead the Irish Coast Guard. The successful candidate will: • have a proven record of achievement at a senior level that demonstrates the necessary vision, governance, leadership and management skills required; • have the leadership ability to manage a diverse workforce, including uniformed coast guard officers, volunteer units, operational room staff, policy officials and administrative support staff; • have experience of driving reform in a complex organisation of scale and have a proven ability to deliver change initiatives including people management and performance improvement; • have expertise in driving and maintaining the highest standards of financial management and governance compliance; • have proven ability in analysis and decision making in resolving complex problems; • have proven skills in effectively developing and maintaining key relationships. Further information on this significant senior leadership opportunity, including details on how to apply, is available on www.publicjobs.ie This is a Top Level Appointments Committee (TLAC) position.  If you feel you would benefit from a confidential discussion about this role, contact Aoife Lyons on aoife.lyons@publicjobs.ie. The closing date for receipt of completed applications is 15:00 on Thursday 23 February, 2023. We are committed to a policy of equal opportunity and encourage applications under all nine grounds of the Employment Equality Act.  For further information, please see candidate information booklet. Please note, latest receipt for applications is 3PM on Thursday 23 February 2023

10 hours agoFull-timePermanent

Assistant Librarian At The National Botanic Gardens In

Office of Public WorksDublin

The Office of Public Works (OPW) is responsible for the conservation, restoration, management and presentation of key elements of the State's portfolio of historic parks, gardens, great houses and estates, and cultural landscapes. The National Botanic Gardens, based in Glasnevin, Dublin is Ireland’s leading botanical and horticultural institution, which cultivates a comprehensive collection of plants for scientific research, conservation, education and display. The library is an important and valuable collection of botanical and horticultural books and periodicals, as well as a substantial art collection and archive.  Reporting to the Director of the National Botanic Gardens, the Assistant Librarian will be responsible for managing and maintaining the library at the National Botanic Gardens. Their key responsibilities will include cataloguing, classification and indexing of publications, manuscripts, art originals etc and the management of periodicals. Candidates must have: • A qualification (at minimum level 8 on the National Framework of Qualifications in Librarianship and/or Information Science; • A minimum of one year’s relevant post qualification experience in the management of a Library Collection; • Excellent report writing skills, with an ability to draft documents for future publication. We are committed to a policy of equal opportunity and encourage applications under all nine grounds of the Employment Equality Act. See Candidate Information Booklet. Closing date: 3PM Thursday 23rd February 2023.

10 hours ago

Senior Executive Quantity Surveyor

Fingal County CouncilBalbriggan, Dublin

Fingal is a highly attractive place to live, work, visit and do business. It comprises a geographical area of 450 sq.km stretching from Balbriggan in the north, to Blanchardstown in the west and to Howth in the east. The area is defined by the diversity of its landscape and settlement patterns with rural, urban and suburban locations all rolled into one county. There is 88km of coastline, three large protected estuaries and salt marsh habitats and 13 major beaches. Fingal has a rich cultural heritage and has developed some of the major assets of the county as visitor attractions including Ardgillan Castle, Newbridge House, Malahide Castle & Gardens and Skerries Mills. Fingal County Council has provided significant support in the past in establishing the Draíocht Arts Centre in Blanchardstown and the Seamus Ennis Cultural Centre in Naul and has further major plans for the development of heritage, arts and culture within the county. Community participation through residents associations, tidy towns groups and community groups are all an invaluable part of the development of sustainable communities within Fingal. A vacancy currently exists in Fingal County Council for the role of Senior Executive Quantity Surveyor. The Senior Executive Quantity Surveyor will manage all aspects of the delivery of a professional, high quality and timely quantity surveying service internally and externally from consultant quantity surveying firms. The successful candidate will: • Hold a professional qualification in quantity surveying that is prescribed under the Building Control Act 2007, or a qualification in quantity surveying that is equivalent to a qualification so prescribed in Section 29 of the Building Control Act 2007 and; • Be eligible for registration as a quantity surveyor under the Building Control Act 2007 without requiring further assessment. Any appointment by the employing local authority will be subject to registration under the Act • Have at least seven years’ satisfactory relevant experience in quantity surveying. A full list of the essential requirements for this position is listed in the Candidate Information Booklet. For further information, please see information booklet. Please note the closing time/date for receipt of completed applications is 3.00pm on Thursday 23rd February 2023.

10 hours ago

Networks And Cyber Security, ICT Specialist Competition

Civil ServiceDublin

The Government’s vision is for Ireland to be recognised as a global leader in digital government by providing world-class digital services to individuals, businesses and beyond. Having the right talent in place across the Civil Service is critical. This recruitment competition, Networks & Cyber Security ICT Specialists at Executive Officer level, offers you an exciting chance to develop your digital and ICT career in the Civil Service and to be a part of delivering on our digital government vision for the future. The Networks & Cyber Security ICT Specialist at Executive Officer level is an entry-level role. This competition offers you an opportunity to develop a career in ICT, working for one of a variety of organisations, including some of the largest organisations in the State. These roles will suit you if you are interested in developing a career in areas such as supporting and managing your organisation’s voice, data and video networks infrastructures (which may include a hybrid of cloud and on premise infrastructures), and supporting and managing your organisation’s cyber security systems and platforms by ensuring appropriate security for all areas within ICT. Many of the candidates who were successful in recent competitions are now integral members of teams who are delivering critical projects of national importance and public prominence. The panel formed from this competition will fill Networks & Cyber Security ICT Specialist vacancies across Civil Service organisations which include government departments and offices such as the Department of Social Protection/ Agriculture, the Revenue Commissioners, the Central Statistics Office and civil service roles in An Garda Síochána. Although the majority of vacancies arising over the lifetime of the panel will be located in the wider Dublin area, a limited number of vacancies may also arise in some regional locations which may be filled from this panel.  For a real-life look at what’s involved in this role, see Florin’s story on PublicJobs.ie  Closing date: 3pm on Monday 13th February 2023 We are committed to a policy of equal opportunity and encourage applications under all nine grounds of the Employment Equality Act.

10 hours ago

Adult Education Tutors

City ETBDublin

Expressions of Interest are invited from suitable qualified persons for the following: City of Dublin ETB Adult Education Part-time Adult Education Tutors of: Adult Literacy Community Education English Language (ESOL) Please note the following: To register your interest please click here City of Dublin Education and Training Board is an equal opportunities employer.

18 hours agoPart-time
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