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Night Customer Assistant / Cashier

Coastline GamingGalway€11.50 an hourPart-time

Who we are: Caesars Palace are part of an innovative and dynamic Gaming & Casino Company in Ireland, with seven locations throughout the country and ambitious goals and become the Industry Leader in Ireland. All roles in Caesars Palace exist to ensure great customer experiences. We encourage this environment by welcoming our customers with a smile, providing information on customer benefits and services and complementary tea and coffee. We like to work in a fun, healthy, clean, and organised work environment and we hope you do to. What you will be doing:

15 days ago

Customer Service Representative/ Driver

Enterprise Rent-A-CarGalway€10.50 an hour

Overview Add an annual turnover of $24 billion to a rental and leasing fleet of over 1.9 million vehicles spread across over 10,000 locations worldwide and you get Enterprise Rent-A-Car – a business that’s grown into the largest global mobility provider in the world We are looking for Customer Service Representative/Driver to join our team in Galway. Our Limerick branch operates from 08:00am-18:00pm(Mon-Fri), 09:00am-16:00pm on Saturday and 11:00am -14:00pm on Sunday. You will be required to work 45 hours per week. Pay is €10.50 per hour. Responsibilities The successful candidate will predominantly have driving responsibilities as well as valeting our vehicles. He/She will provide a high level of customer service while delivering and collecting a wide variety of vehicles for both customers and other branches. Our Driver / Valeter's play an integral part in the success of our business as they are quite often the first and last point of contact for our customers. Valeting responsibilities mean you will consistently ensure that vehicles are prepared to a high standard so they are suitable and ready for hire. This maintenance of the car includes;

15 days ago

Construction Project Manager

GCL GroupGalwayPermanent

GCL Group are currently seeking a Project Manager for their client, a leading Main Building Contractor. This is a permanent job with the company and will be based in Galway. Responsibilities: To apply: Please send your CV to Sinead Gorman using the links provided or call 087 3492180 to find out more. **Please Note: You will need to have a Stamp 4 visa/EU citizenship to be eligible to apply for this position.

15 days ago

Personal Injury Claims Advisor


Personal Injury Claims Handler - We have a number of Permanent and Fixed Term Contract position We're looking for experienced claims handlers to join our Motor Personal Injuries Team in Galway. Life is full of unexpected twists and turns but for every situation, Aviva is on hand to make things simple and keep customers protected. Joining the Motor Claims team you’ll have a vital role to play. We are looking for individuals with a dynamic approach to Personal Injury Claims, who can provide the highest level of technical expertise and advice to our customers. Are you talented and motivated? If so we'd like to give you the autonomy to innovate and make good decisions. We want people who are inquisitive, self-motivated and eager to grow with us. The purpose of the role is to assist and support our customers when they need us most by investigating their claim and agreeing a fair settlement within policy and legal liability. Duties & Responsibilities Additional Information One of Aviva’s core values is Care More, and this is brought to life through the flexible ways we like to work. This may include working from home some of the time, or flexible work schedules to accommodate parent and carer responsibilities, further studies and hobbies. Our diversity and inclusion policies and initiatives are shaping an environment where everyone feels welcome regardless of age, disability, race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, religion, culture, sexual orientation, national origin, marital status, pregnancy, maternity or those with other caring responsibilities. Our approach helps to ensure that Aviva is a place which values difference and provides equal opportunities for all. We prefer all applications to be submitted online, however if you require an alternative method of applying please contact Connor McCormack in the Resourcing team on 0121 234 7638 or

15 days ago

Home Sharing - Host Families

St Michael’s HouseNationwide

GIVE a little of your TIME and make a BIG difference! St Michael’s House is recruiting Home Sharing – Host Families. Make a difference in the lives of children and adults with a learning disability and their families by giving them a much needed break. Home sharing is where people like you in the community are recruited, assessed trained and supported to provide short breaks in their home, for children or adults with a disability. The frequency of breaks depends on your availability, some host families provide day care breaks, and others provide a short weekend break every month, whilst others might provide breaks over holiday periods. There is 24/7 support for host families. During the assessment process you have the opportunity to discuss the level of care you can provide and the person best matched to your family We welcome everyone to apply, whether you are in a relationship or single, young or old, with or without children, from all walks of life and living in all kinds of housing. You don’t need a qualification; you do need to be caring, energetic and enthusiastic! You’ll be given training, ongoing support and an allowance. In order to bring a consistent approach to the service from a national perspective, Home Sharing as a model of support is subdivided into three categories namely; 1. Home Sharing “Short Breaks” families Home/Sharing “Short Breaks” involves a home sharing family in the community offering a placement to a person with intellectual disability in their home (home sharing families) for short breaks and caring for that person as a member of their family. A short break can encompass daycare breaks, short overnight break, or breaks over holiday periods. Payment Rates: An allowance is paid per break in line with Tusla Fostering rates: Child under 12 years: €30.30 day rate, €45.42 overnight rate. Over 12 years: €33.90 day rate, €49.28 overnight rate In addition to an allowance, receipted expenses are paid at €20 per day 2. Home Sharing “Contract” families The physical, behavioural or healthcare needs of some persons with an intellectual disability are complex and more challenging. In recognition of this, Contract Families who have significant experience in the caring field are recruited to provide short break support. Contract families are expected to provide a number of short breaks per month and are with this option a monthly retainer is paid and an allowance is paid per session of support provided. Payment Rates: The retainer is €5000 annually. In addition to the retainer, the Contract Family will be paid an allowance. The rates of allowance for sessions will be based on: A. Depending on the needs of the child placed with the family. B. Type of service provided. Rates of expense for a child with lesser dependency and support needs: Overnight less than 24hour care €60 Overnight more than 24hr care €85 Day rate of 5+hours (Mon – Sun) €50 Rates of expense for a child with higher dependency and support needs: Overnight less than 24hour care €90 Overnight more than 24hr care €135 Day rate of 5+hours (Mon – Sun) €80 Rates of expense for a child who requires nursing support: Overnight less than 24hr care €120 Overnight more than 24hr care €170 Day rate of 5+hours (Mon – Sun) €100 3. Home Sharing “Shared Living” families A Home Sharing “Shared Living” family is a family that provides full time care to a person with an intellectual disability, similar to a fostering placement. The shared living family make their home available to a person with intellectual disability, to share their home on a full time basis, as a member of their family. Payment Rates: With this option a monthly retainer and an allowance per night of support is paid. The Assessment Process: Step by Step If you are interested in becoming a Home Sharing Family please contact the Home Sharing Office: E: T:  +353 1 8770500 More information can be found here .

13 days ago

Domestics Customer Service Support Agent


Overview: Reporting to the Sales and Customer Service Manager, the successful candidates will manage a portfolio of Domestic Customers. Qualifications:

12 days ago

Deli Assistant


Main purpose of the role: Responsible for the preparation of high quality hot and cold deli products and for ensuring customer satisfaction is the number one priority. The ideal candidate will have/be:

12 days ago

Assistant Staff Officer

Galway-Mayo Institute of TechnologyGalway€30,895 - €42,777 per yearFull-time

Title: Grade IV Assistant Staff Officer (2 Year Fixed Term) Initial Assignment – School of Science Location: Galway Campus Requirements: Candidates must: • have the requisite knowledge, skills and competencies to carry out the role to a high standard; • have obtained at least Grade D3 in five subjects in the Leaving Certificate Examination (higher, ordinary, applied or vocational programmes) or equivalent or have passed an examination at the appropriate level within the QQI qualifications framework which can be assessed as being of a comparable to Leaving Certificate standard or equivalent or higher or have appropriate relevant experience which encompasses equivalent skills and expertise; The recommended candidate must also pass a medical examination prior to taking up duty. Duties/Key Responsibilities • The appointee may be assigned to any of a very wide range of areas or activities carried out in the Institute, in any of its campuses. • The job could include the supervision of small groups, usually of one level, on routine clearly defined tasks where the jobholder’s duties include the organisation of work and staff to achieve specific, usually cyclical targets. • Alternatively, the job could involve work on specific areas of service provided by or within the Institute, involving the application of interpreted policy under general supervision only, to specific cases and the making of recommendations on a particular course of action. The jobs would usually involve taking decisions, within clearly defined policy, on level/eligibility/entitlement with regard to such issues as course entry, services, fees, grants, etc. and communicating with students, staff and members of the public on non-routine matters. • The appointee could also be assigned as a secretary, involving the provision of a range of supportive services, including typing and audio typing, to a senior officer/committee/staff member and involving access to and processing significant confidential information. The job could involve regular contacts with students, staff, the public and organisations and individuals at all levels where discretion, tact, courtesy and judgement would have to be constantly exercised. • All jobs demand a good knowledge and skill in the use of Information and Communication Technologies and appointees will be expected to use new techniques and technologies as they arise. The Institute will provide the necessary training as appropriate. • Following appointment, the appointee will be assigned to a particular location and post - Institutes may operate a number of different locations in addition to the main campus. On assignment to the particular post, the Institute will provide a detailed list of duties and responsibilities applicable to the post. Specific Duties: • Working with the Banner system to a level which requires detailed knowledge of the system. • Preparing examination papers, administering examination results and assisting in the Progression and Award Board. Monitoring exam papers through GURU and the office control sheets. • Liaising with the Office of Academic Affairs, other schools, Banner Office, Finance Office, International Office, Library and GMIT’s external campuses and the public. • Using Agresso for generating orders and reports. • Overseeing the post-graduate examination process within the school which involves: - Monitoring thesis and examiner’s reports submission. - Liaise with supervisors, Admission Officer and Research Office. - Run exam processes and produce broadsheets. - Administering the post-graduate Progression and Award Board. • Generating Oracle Reports and experience of collating statistics desirable – (Programmatic Review). • Collating electives. • Demonstrating organisational skills and using own initiative – for example coordinating SciFest and managing large volumes of documentation such as Exit Awards, withdrawals and deferral forms, travel and subsistence, staff reimbursement and staff absence report. • Validating work with high level of accuracy – transcripts, checking grad report, etc. • Understanding and implementing GDPR when dealing with education verification requests, etc. • Working as team player – working closely with Grade VI and management in the school. The successful candidate may be required to work in other areas of the Institute should the need arise. Salary Scale: €30,895.00 - €42,777.00 (8 Increments) *Candidates may be appointed up to the 3rd Point (€34,645.00) of the Salary Scale in accordance with Institute Policy. Hours of Work: 37 hours per week. Annual Leave: 23 days annual leave per annum (New Entrant) as per Circular 0009/2014. For existing staff who have their leave entitlements set in accordance with Circular 0009/2014, these staff will, upon promotion: - Maintain their current leave entitlement, if the leave entitlement for the grade to which they are promoted is lesser than their current entitlement, subject to a maximum entitlement of 30 days annual leave. Applications must be submitted using the Institute’s Application Form. Latest date for receipt of completed application is: 12 noon on Friday, 31st January 2020. Please note: • Applications received after the closing date will not be accepted. • Candidates must hold a valid work permit/hosting agreement to work in Ireland. • Garda Vetting will apply. The Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from people with a disability. Cuirfear fáilte roimh chomhfhreagras trí Ghaeilge.

12 days ago

Lecturer Above The Bar In English

National University of Ireland, GalwayGalwayFull-timePermanent

Job Title: Lecturer Above the Bar in English (Contemporary Literature) Full Time, Permanent Application details/procedure: For further information and to make an online application for the above posts please visit Closing date: 20th February 2020 Please note that this advertisement is being hosted by the Public Appointments Service on 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.

11 days ago

Lecturer Above The Bar In Geography

National University of Ireland, GalwayGalwayFull-timePermanent

Job Title: Lecturer Above the Bar in Geography (Rural Planning) Full Time, Permanent Application details/procedure: For further information and to make an online application for the above posts please visit Closing date: 24th February 2020 Please note that this advertisement is being hosted by the Public Appointments Service on 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.

11 days ago
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