Job Title: P905 - Plumber (Fitter) Reference: P905 Contract Type: Permanent Wholetime Closing date: 29/10/2020 10:00 Proposed Interview Date: Interviews will take place as soon as possible after the closing date. Candidates will normally be given at least one weeks’ notice of interview. The timescale may be reduced in exceptional circumstances Post Specific Related Information: Please ensure you download, save and read the Job Specification, Additional Campaign Information as well the Application Form. All of these documents are located at the bottom of this advertisement. We strongly recommend that you read the Job Specification before completing your application form. Full details on this campaign plus the answers to many queries such as: Am I eligible to apply? Where are the posts? What will my salary be? If I apply what happens next? are available in the document Additional Campaign Information for this recruitment campaign. We strongly recommend that you read the information in this document carefully before making an application. Take time to read through the various sections, which take you through the process from beginning to end. Internal / External: External County: Galway Location: Portiuncula University Hospital, Saolta University Health Care Group. There is currently one permanent whole time post available at this location. Initial assignment will be to Portiuncula University Hospital. A panel may be formed for Plumber (Fitter) Portiuncula University Hospitals from which current and future, permanent and specified purpose vacancies of full time or part time duration may be filled. HSE Area: Saolta University Health Care Group Category: General Support Staff Informal Enquiries: David Walker, Buildings & Maintenance Manager Tel: 087 2608038 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Application Details: Completed application to be returned by EMAIL ONLY to email@example.com Candidates should note that there can be a time delay in receiving email applications. We recommend that applicants returning an application by email should allow a minimum of 1 hour for their application to reach firstname.lastname@example.org by the closing time of 10.00am on 29th October 2020. Applications will not be accepted after this date and time, no exceptions will be made. You will receive an acknowledgement by email that your application form has been received during office hours. If you do not receive an acknowledgement, it means that we have not received your application and would strongly advise you to contact this office before the closing date for the campaign. Please ensure you read in full, the instructions for the completion of this application form and complete all areas, including the supplementary questions section, in full. Failure to complete all areas of the application form may result in you not being brought forward to the interview stage of the selection process. All information listed below relates to NCHD Posts Only Grade: Discipline: Speciality: Hospital:
Applications are invited for the following posts: College of Business, Public Policy & Law Lecturer Below the Bar in Human Rights Law, Type B, Full Time, Permanent Closing Date: 20th November 2020 Application details/procedure: For further information and to make an online application for the above posts please visit http://www.nuigalway.ie/about-us/jobs/ National University of Ireland, Galway is an equal opportunities employer. 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.
Job Title: Lecturer Below the Bar in Podiatric Medicine, Type A, Full Time, Permanent Application details/procedure: College of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences Lecturer below the Bar in Podiatric Medicine, Type A, Full Time, Permanent Closing date: 30th October 2020 For further information and to make an online application for the above posts please visit http://www.nuigalway.ie/about-us/jobs/ National University of Ireland, Galway is an equal opportunities employer. Closing date: 20/10/2020 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.
Quality Technician -Manufacturing: Due to continued expansion of their operations our client a well-established Multinational Healthcare organisation now require a qualified and experienced Quality Technician. The Quality Technician will be in control of Non-Conforming Product and Reporting of Non-Conforming Events, compiling Non Conformance Review Board Reports each month. This is an initial contract in Galway with excellent chance of been made permanent of which I can provide more detail on. Key Responsibilities of Quality Technician – Manufacturing: Please send an up to date CV and cover letter to John Reid at The RFT Group / email@example.com / on 01-2302400 / www.rftgroup.ie The RFT Group, BioPharmaceutical Division specialise exclusively in the recruitment of scientists, engineers and executives for the biotechnology, pharmaceutical and medical device sectors.
Job Title: G3051 - Clinical Nurse Manager 2 Neo Natal Intensive Care, GUH Reference: G3051 Contract Type: Permanent Wholetime Closing date: 22/10/2020 10:00 Proposed Interview Date: Interviews will take place as soon as possible after the closing date. Candidates will normally be given at least one weeks’ notice of interview. The timescale may be reduced in exceptional circumstances Post Specific Related Information: Please ensure you download, save and read the Job Specification, Additional Campaign Information as well the Application Form. All of these documents are located at the bottom of this advertisement. We strongly recommend that you read the Job Specification before completing your application form. Full details on this campaign plus the answers to many queries such as: Am I eligible to apply? Where are the posts? What will my salary be? If I apply what happens next? are available in the document Additional Campaign Information for this recruitment campaign. We strongly recommend that you read the information in this document carefully before making an application. Take time to read through the various sections, which take you through the process from beginning to end. Internal / External: External County: Galway Location: Galway University Hospitals, Saolta University Health Care Group The initial vacancy is whole time permanent, Neo Natal Intensive Care, Galway University Hospitals. The successful candidate may be required to work in any service area within the vicinity as the need arises. A supplementary panel may be formed for Clinical Nurse Manager 11, Neo Natal Intensive Care, Galway University Hospitals from which current and future permanent and specified purpose vacancies of full or part time duration may be filled. HSE Area: HSE West Saolta University Health Care Group Category: Nursing & Midwifery Informal Enquiries: Ms Anne Marie Grealish, Assistant Director of Midwifery GUH Phone 091 544541 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Application Details: Completed application to be returned by email to email@example.com or by post to The Group Recruitment & Retention Office, Room 53, 1st Floor, Clinical & Administration Building (Block A) Merlin Park University Hospital, Galway All information listed below relates to NCHD Posts Only Grade: Discipline: Speciality: Hospital:
Contract Full Time, For Up to Five years with the option, at the discretion of the Marine Institute, of becoming permanent Service Group Fisheries Ecosystem Advisory Services (FEAS) Location Marine Institute HQ, Rinville, Oranmore, Co. Galway Brief description of the Marine Institute: The Marine Institute is a non commercial semi-state body, which was formally established by statute (Marine Institute Act, 1991) in October 1992. Under the Act, the Marine Institute was given the responsibility: “to undertake, to co-ordinate, to promote and to assist in marine research and development and to provide such services related to marine research and development, that in the opinion of the Institute will promote economic development and create employment and protect the marine environment ”. The Marine Institute is the national agency responsible for marine research, technology, development and innovation (RTDI). The Marine Institute seeks to assess and realise the economic potential of Ireland’s 220-million-acre marine resource; promote the sustainable development of marine industry through strategic funding programmes and scientific services; and safeguard the marine environment through research and environmental monitoring. The Institute works in conjunction with the Department of Agriculture, Food and Marine (DAFM) and a network of other Government Departments, semi-state agencies, national and international marine partners. Our vision - The Marine Institute, as a global leader in ocean knowledge, empowering Ireland and its people to safeguard and harness our ocean wealth. Our Mission - The Marine Institute, provides government, public agencies and the maritime industry with a range of scientific, advisory and economic development services that inform policy-making, regulation and the sustainable management and growth of Irelands’ marine resources. The Institute undertakes, coordinate and promotes marine research and development, which is essential to achieving a sustainable ocean economy, protecting ecosystems and inspiring a shared understanding of the ocean. In order to achieve this vision and deliver on our mission, the MI have six service areas; (1) Ocean Science and Information Services, (2) Marine Environment & Food Safety Services, (3) Fisheries Ecosystems Advisory Services, (4) Irish Maritime Development Office, (5) Policy, Innovation and Research Services and (6) Corporate Services. The Marine Institute 5 Year Strategic Plan (2018 to 2022) Harnessing our Ocean Wealth (HOOW) is an Integrated Maritime Plan (IMP) for Ireland. HOOW sets out a roadmap for the Irish Government’s vision, high level goals and integrated actions across policy, governance and business to enable our marine potential to be realised. Goal 2 of HOOW focuses on healthy marine ecosystems and specifically; to protect and conserve our rich marine biodiversity and ecosystems; manage our living and non-living resources in harmony with the ecosystem; implement and comply with environmental legislation (see http://www.ouroceanwealth.ie/ Description of FEAS Service Group: FEAS is one of 6 service groups within the Marine Institute. The FEAS mission is to assess, research and advise on the sustainable exploitation of t h e marine fisheries resource, to a d v a n c e o u r u n d e r s t a n d i n g o f m a r i n e e c o s y s t e m s , a n d t o c a r r y o u t r e s e a r c h o n s u s t a i n a b l e m a r i n e a q u a c u l t u r e . FEAS consists of over 8 0 scientific and technical, post graduate and administrative staff. The Service group operates a significant part of their services from the headquarters in Oranmore. Co Galway with additional port based facilities and the research facility at Newport, Co Mayo. FEAS scientific services are focused on the Seafood Sector which makes a significant contribution to the Ireland’s Ocean Economy. Our key client is the Department of Agriculture Food and the Marine (DAFM). The services provided by FEAS are focused on scientific support to key marine policy areas such as the Common Fisheries Policy, the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD), NATURA 2000 and sustainable marine Aquaculture. FEAS also undertake a wide range of research focused on ecosystem understanding that t will inform the advisory needs of the future. FEAS work closely with other service groups within the Marine Institute (e.g. Ocean Science Services; Marine Environment and Fish Health Services) to ensure the delivery of an integrated advisory product (e.g. MSFD). There is also a strong international dimension to FEAS work that uses a wide ranging national and international network of marine scientists (e.g. ICES). FEAS staff spend a considerable amount of time at sea on commercial fishing vessels and on research vessel surveys carried out on the RV Celtic Explorer and RV Celtic Voyager. A key output of FEAS is the annual Stock Book and the annual Shellfisheries Stock Book. These provide the latest assessment and scientific advice for the resources exploited by Irish vessels and is a key reference for the Governments sustainability assessment presented annually to the Oireachtas. A considerable amount of FEAS funding is sourced from the European Maritime Fisheries Fund (EMFF) particularly on the Data Collection Multi Annual Programme (DCMAP) and the Biodiversity Scheme. FEAS have also secured funding from national and international funders. (e.g. Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) and the EU Horizon 2020 programme). In relation to aquaculture, FEAS undertake a range of research projects at the MI Newport facility which includes the aquaculture test site at Beirtreach Bui and the hatchery at Newport. FEAS also undertake the sea lice monitoring programme as part of the Government’s Pest Management Strategy. There is a close working relationship with NUIG, the Carna Shellfish Laboratory, Udaras na Galteachta. Galway Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) and An Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM). These research projects include use of sensors to assist monitoring of cages, cleaner fish movements in cages, alternative feeds and current technologies from other sectors that disrupt and enhance current fish farming practices. FEAS supervise a range of PhD students and publish much of its’ work in peer reviewed scientific journals. In relation to the MI Strategic Plan (2018 to 2022), FEAS work is mainly focused on delivering on Strategic Focus Area 1 – Scientific Advice and Services and Strategic Focal area 3 –Research and Innovation. FEAS staff are also involved in a number of cross services “matrix teams “. These teams are focused on key areas related to the MI strategy and ensure integrated cross services delivery on key areas such as data integration, integrated delivery of MSP/MSFD/WFD, research and strategy reporting to the MI Board. The Working Environment The Director will be based at the Marine Institute’s Galway Headquarters in Oranmore. The FEAS team work from offices and laboratories located in Oranmore, Galway; Newport, Co. Mayo; Three Park Place, Dublin and in Satellite locations around Ireland - including Ros a Mhil, Dunmore East, Castletownbere, Killybegs, Greencastle, Backweston and East Coast. The Director will be expected to travel on a regular basis to represent the FEAS team and MI, both within Ireland and abroad, to meet with partner agencies, research, industry groups and international organisations (e.g. ICES, STECF, EU). When absent from home and place of work on duty, the Director will be paid appropriate travelling expenses and subsistence allowances. Summary of the Role: The Director of FEAS operates at a senior level, balancing strategy and operational needs and providing leadership to ensure that a highly skilled and experienced Service Group delivers the required outputs for our key clients and stakeholders. A key member of the Marine Institute senior leadership team (SLT) you will interact with fellow Directors and the CEO to ensure delivery of the MI Strategy and effective communications across the MI and with external stakeholders. Cross services collaboration will be a very important component of the Directors role. The Director should be familiar with or have the ability to quickly become familiar with national and international legislation and trends in the areas of public administration, marine fisheries [e.g. Data Collection Multi Annual Plan (DCMAP) European Maritime & Fisheries Fund; Marine Spatial Planning, Common Fisheries Policy and national inshore fisheries matters) and research areas associated with marine ecosystem understanding and management. The Director will lead an experienced FEAS management team, made up of Section Managers, Team Leaders and Senior Lab Analysts, in implementing the MI Performance Management Development System (PMDS) and will ensure the link between the work of the service group and the strategic focal areas and strategic enablers of the organisation. The Director will interface with key clients and stakeholders at a high level, drawing on the support of FEAS Section Managers, Team Leaders and Senior Laboratory Analysts as required. Effective and clear communications with clients and stakeholders is a key component of the role. The Director, working closely with the CEO, will guide a research programme led by several Principal Investigators, to support marine ecosystem understanding, the implementation of the ecosystem approach to ocean management, genetic studies related to fish populations in aquatic ecosystems and the impacts of climate change on fisheries and aquaculture. The Director will provide strategic direction to the FEAS team in the targeting and management of research projects that complement and enhance the services provided by the group. The Director will encourage the regular communication of programme outputs by members of the FEAS team in line with the MI communications plan. The Director will keep the CEO fully briefed on key matters that impact the delivery of the MI strategy or that impact the policy areas of our key clients. The Director will be a member of the Senior Leadership Team and will provide Strategic Direction for the MI and be a team player. Principal Tasks: Play a key role as a senior member of the Marine Institute senior leadership team in developing and overseeing the implementation of the Institute’s strategic direction and focus, particularly as it relates to the functional roles of FEAS. Leading and implementing change as required and critically reviewing projects and activities to ensure they are relevant and meet organisational requirements. To lead all FEAS programmes related to fisheries, aquaculture, marine ecosystems, policy advice and quality programmes and to effectively delegate to develop staff capacity and capability. Supporting the provision of reports and advice to the relevant Government Departments. Manage, motivate and provide leadership for members of the FEAS team, further developing a culture of learning and development and open, two-way communications. Provide senior leadership to the Institute’s work programmes in respect of the implementation of key European Directives and Policies (e.g. CFP, MSFD, NATURA, DCMAP), working other service groups, Government Departments and agencies on a collaborative basis. Work closely with DAFM, DHPLG and other government Departments in the effective delivery of scientific services and the provision of policy advice. Proactively engage with external organisations to build and manage relationships with senior policy makers and develop close working relationships with key external partners (e.g. BIM, SFPA, NPWS) building strong professional networks. Make optimum use of resources, instilling the importance of efficiencies and value for money while ensuring effective, governance, procurement, budgeting and management of the FEAS financial resources, including proactive planning and allocation of service group resources in line with changing business priorities. Work with the FEAS team and with other service areas to develop appropriate and value-adding non-exchequer sources of income for relevant research programmes. Participate in regular H.R. reviews; promoting training and staff development in a culture of learning and development, to ensure that FEAS is a rewarding place in which to work. Support the development of innovative data management to maximise the value of marine data generated by FEAS, in collaboration with other M.I. teams. With FEAS Management team, support the FEAS quality programme. Build and maintain effective relationships with industry sectors which are impacted by Marine Institute programmes, including aquaculture. Manage and Chair the quarterly meetings of the Irish Fisheries Science Research Partnership (IFSRP) and co-chair quarterly meetings with the eNGOs. Provide leadership and coordination in the development of new programmes as may be required under new Government or EU initiatives. Ensure the ongoing and effective communication of FEAS outputs including reports, workshops, website and the publication of results in scientific peer reviewed journals. Ensure consistent and regular internal communications within FEAS team, promoting active listening, the understanding of others and employee engagement. Participate on behalf of the Marine Institute at fora such as EU Fisheries Council, ICES, STECF, and at International Conferences or meetings with the EU Commission. Develop and maintain any skills and expertise across a number of areas that are relevant to this role and recognised by people internally and externally. Make timely decisions and identify coherent solutions to complex issues. Work closely with the FEAS Section Managers to ensure all procurement and Corporate Governance is adhered to by all FEAS staff. With the CEO, SLT and Risk Officers contribute to effective Risk Management, Business Continuity Planning and Safe Working Practice – to include participating in MI COVID-19 Response Team; ensuring Safe Working practices and promote a culture of this within FEAS; participating in Crisis Response activities and implementing risk mitigation programmes. Ensure the effective use of ICT within the service group. Provide support to emerging Government Policy areas as outlined in the Programme for Government such as Marine Spatial Planning and Ocean Carbon and Climate Mitigation. Any other duties appropriate to the position and grade as assigned from time to time by the CEO. Reporting Structure: The FEAS Director reports to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Institute. Contacts: Within M.I.: Chief Executive Officer, Service Group Directors, Human Resources Manager, Finance Manager, Research & Funding Office, Communication team, FEAS management team and Staff, other Staff and Managers within the MI. External: Officials from Department of Agriculture, Food & Marine (DAFM); the Department of Housing, Planning & Local Government (DPH&LG); the EU Commission; other Government Departments, Semi State organisations (including BIM, SFPA, NPWS), national and international research partners and industry sectors. Education, Professional or Technical Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills, Aptitudes, Experience, and Training The Director is responsible for providing the strategic vision, planning and operational lead for FEAS. Successful candidates will be required to demonstrate the following essential attributes, skills and experience. Essential: A relevant post graduate or equivalent professional qualification in a relevant discipline complemented by at least seven years post qualification relevant work experience. Individuals with ideally at least 5 years of relevant experience managing teams and individuals in a scientific or technical environment. Demonstrated ability to keep their direct line manager informed on key issues that impact the work of the Marine Institute or key marine policy areas (Keeping the CEO informed on key issues will be an important element of the Directors role). A clear understanding of the role and vision of the Marine Institute in developing the Maritime Sector in Ireland. The ability to translate strategic goals into meaningful objectives and deliver on the Marine Institute Strategic Plan. Demonstrated ability to translate complex technical issues into clearly understandable policy advice. Strong demonstrated leadership qualities and an ability to work in a matrix / cross service and team environment for collective success. Familiarity with or an interest in and ability to become familiar with national and EU legislation in the areas of the Fisheries & Ecosystems. A demonstrated ability to communicate professionally and credibly with customers and a range of diverse stakeholders including Government Departments and agencies in relation to policy advice. Proven ability to manage critical relationships and relate effectively to a diverse range of people both internal and external to the Marine Institute. An ability to quickly assimilate information, objectively analyse and evaluate complex information and to identify key issues. Moving easily between different topic areas and to operate on multiple levels of detail. A demonstrated ability to use sound judgement in coming to conclusions and in communicating with others. The ability to present persuasive arguments and maintain focus under pressure. Experience of effectively planning projects, maximising available resources and setting achievable timeframes. Demonstrated experience of complex budgeting, financial management procurement / tendering - with ideally some experience of contract management. The ability to delegate responsibility and ensure accountability in the FEAS Management team and wider Service Group. Demonstrated ability to work as part of a Team. Proven ability to make sound judgement calls particularly in relation to sensitive policy areas. Demonstrated ability to work on cross service projects with multi-disciplinary teams e.g. data, climate etc. The ability to engage with, manage, develop and motivate people at a range of levels and experiences. Performance orientated and the ability to work to the delivery of agreed targets. The ability to identify and resolve conflict situations constructively in early course, reflected in effective negotiation and conflict resolution skills. Highly effective and articulate communications skills, both verbal and written, demonstrating influence and impact at all levels. Initiates and takes personal responsibility for delivering results on key work activities. Competent in the use of MS Office Software. The ability to travel within Ireland and overseas as required for the role. Desirable: Experience of chairing meetings and achieving consensus with diverse groups. Experience of securing funding and in the successful management of research projects. Familiarity with the status and potential of the Irish marine sector, including fisheries, aquaculture and other sectors. Full driving license. Special personal attributes required for the position: Delegates wisely, shows leadership while challenging and supporting others to perform to their potential. Can proactively build and develop relationships with colleagues, customers and key contacts, building strong professional networks. Ability to facilitate an open exchange of ideas and foster an atmosphere of open communications. Develops new insights into situations and provides innovative or coherent solutions to complex issues or to implement organisational improvements. Proven ability to deal effectively under pressure; maintaining focus and composure even in adverse or challenging situations. Demonstrates energy, dynamism and a positive mental attitude. The ability to make sound and well informed decisions, understanding their impact and implications. Experience in supervising and collaborating with members of a diverse team. The ability to manage time effectively and work to deadlines delivering on time and in budget, even when faced with pressure. Effective and Persuasive communicator. Training & Development A full range of training, mentoring and coaching will be provided for this role as required. In addition, on the job training and support through specialised training and tailored programmes will be available as identified using our PMDS Framework. Salary: Remuneration is in accordance with the contributory salary scale of Director as approved by the Department of Finance which runs from €87,325 to €107,399 per annum pro-rated with time worked. Appointment will be to the first point on the scale, €87,325 per annum unless you are currently (or within the past six months) employed in the public sector a similar grade with similar terms. This role is a full time post and includes membership of the Marine Institute Pensions scheme, you will retain access to the Pension Scheme that you are currently a member of if you are a public sector employee or have been within the past six months. Otherwise you will become a member of the Single Pension Scheme. Annual Leave: Annual Leave entitlement will be 30 working days per annum pro-rated in line with time worked, exclusive of Public Holidays. All annual leave should be agreed in advance with the CEO or their authorised official and managed using the online Time & Leave Management System and in line with MI leave policies. Duration of Contract: The role is full time and comes with a Specified Purpose Contract of employment for up to five years during which time, at the discretion of the Marine Institute, the role will become permanent and a Contract of Indefinite Duration issued. This is subject to satisfactory performance and demonstrated suitability for the role. You will be on probation for the first 12 months of this contract. How to Apply: A letter of application and a current and up to date CV, detailing your interest in and suitability for the role; summarising experience and skills set applicable to the position and giving three referees with contact details should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or posted to Catherine Johnston, Human Resources at the Marine Institute, Rinville, Oranmore, Galway. All correspondence for this post should quote the reference DIR/FEAS/SEPT 2020. Closing date for Applications: All applications for this post should be received by the Marine Institute in advance of 12:00 noon on Thursday October 15th 2020 . Please note that late applications will not be accepted. Candidates should ideally be available to be interviewed during week commencing October 26th 2020. Use of Data - all personal data and the information submitted for this application will be used solely for the purpose of this campaign, after which it will be deleted in line with our General Data Protection Regulation Policy and data retention schedule. All information will be treated with the strictest confidence and accessed only by those involved directly in the campaign. The Marine Institute is an equal opportunities employer
Accommodation Manager – Clayton Hotel Galway We have a fantastic new vacancy for Accommodation Manager in the excellent Clayton Hotel Galway Objective of the Role Reporting to the General Manager, the Accommodation Manager will lead the housekeeping function in our hotel, and ensure that our guests experience the highest quality of rooms standard. Key Duties and Responsibilities About our culture: Dalata Hotel Group – Ireland’s largest hotel group has a number of exciting positions on the horizon. As Dalata continues to grow and expand in Ireland and the UK it’s more important than ever to have the right team alongside us, in the near future we will be opening the doors of new hotels creating over 4000 jobs and investing over €110m in the Irish and UK economy. We lead through our Dalata values of “Our People, Our Fairness, Our Service and Our Individuality”. If you have the right attitude and energy you will have great opportunities to progress within the group. Our company is a place where you can do great things – individually and as a team. You will have the opportunity to develop your talent, be recognised and rewarded for your commitment and pursue a fulfilling career. We also have a number of unique and recognised training programmes to aid your professional and personal development and pride ourselves on creating an objective, supportive and fair working environment for our employees. Dalata Hotel Group Plc is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
Description Customer Consultant - Carphone Warehouse Galway Permanent Part Time 8-39 hours per week, with flexibility to work additional hours €10.30 per hour There’s no feeling quite like uniting tech lovers everywhere and we get to do it every single day. Connecting our people, our customers and our partners. We’re a team of 36,000 colleagues working across nine countries to deliver excellence. Be part of framing the future with us. You’ll certainly feel proud when you see what you can achieve here. As a Sales Consultant in Carphone Warehouse, you’ll be the face of our brand, which comes with great variety and responsibility. Putting customers first by offering the best advice and connecting them with the right phone deal for them. There will be plenty of training to get you up to speed and ensure your recommendations are top notch. You’ll even get to try out the tech for yourself. As part of this role, you’ll be responsible for: Beyond that, we’ll be with you every step of the way, enabling you to get the most out of your role. Training plans are a given, and you’ll have access to additional e-learning resources to really see your career develop in the way you want. We’re building a team that brings technology to people, making their lives better, easier and fuller, and you can be part of it. Since the Covid-19 pandemic began we've all had to adapt to a new way of working. Although life in our business is a little different since coronavirus struck, the wellbeing of our team - and potential new colleagues - is our priority, now and in the future. Visit http://careers.dixonscarphone.com/covid-19 to discover how we're keeping everyone safe, in stores, on site, at home and throughout the recruitment process.
Description Sales Colleague - Currys PC World Galway Permanent Part Time 8-15 hours per week, with flexibility to work additional hours 10.30 Euro per hour There’s no feeling quite like uniting tech lovers everywhere and we get to do it every single day. Connecting our people, our customers and our partners. We’re a team of 36,000 colleagues working across nine countries to deliver excellence. Be part of framing the future with us. You’ll certainly feel proud when you see what you can achieve here. As a Sales Consultant In Currys PC World, you’ll be the face of our brand, which comes with great variety and responsibility. Putting customers first by offering the best advice and connecting them to the right technology. There will be plenty of training to get you up to speed and ensure your recommendations are top notch. You’ll even get to try out the tech for yourself. As part of this role, you’ll be responsible for: Beyond that, we’ll be with you every step of the way, enabling you to get the most out of your role. Training plans are a given, and you’ll have access to additional e-learning resources to really see your career develop in the way you want. We’re building a team that brings technology to people, making their lives better, easier and fuller, and you can be part of it. Since the Covid-19 pandemic began we've all had to adapt to a new way of working. Although life in our business is a little different since coronavirus struck, the wellbeing of our team - and potential new colleagues - is our priority, now and in the future. Visit http://careers.dixonscarphone.com/covid-19 to discover how we're keeping everyone safe, in stores, on site, at home and trhoughout the recruitment process.
Accounts Administrator Our client, a company based just outside of Galway is currently looking to recruit an accounts administrator for their site Responsibilities and Duties will include: ** Must have own transport For further information on this Accounts Assistant role in Galway please contact Dee on 086 7902191/ email@example.com Check out all our open jobs on our HERO Recruitment website – https://www.hero.ie/ Please Note: HERO Recruitment will not forward your details to any company without your prior approval 109500