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ESB Graduate Programme 2024


Applications for our 2024 Programme are Now Open.  Our award winning and bespoke graduate programme launches you on a fast track to career success. A career with ESB will allow you to grow professionally and develop the necessary skills to help deliver Ireland's climate ambitions.  What our Graduates say Our graduates are driven to make a difference. Learn more about their lived experience with ESB and what we are offering. What we Offer - Structured rotations - Challenging assignments - Robust learning and development - Experience working on major projects - Exposure to different aspects of our business - Assigned mentor to will help you on your journey - Competitive salary and benefits package Finance Accountancy/Finance Graduate Development Programme 2024 (23981) Your Brighter Future Awaits We have a number of opportunities starting in 2024 for graduates who want to pursue a career in accounting as an ACA. Who we are ESB is Ireland’s foremost energy company. We have been supplying power to industry, communities and individuals for 96 years. Through innovation, expertise and investment, we are leading the way in developing smart and sustainable energy systems to meet the demands of modern life, both at home and overseas, making us a vital part of building a brighter, more sustainable future. ESB's purpose is to create a Brighter Future for the customers and communities we serve, by leading the transition to reliable, affordable, low-carbon energy. Through our diverse businesses across Ireland, Northern Ireland and Great Britain, we aim to meet the customer energy needs by bringing the best of our capabilities together to deliver innovative and value-driven solutions for a low-carbon world. We are harnessing all our resources for a brighter future, investing in our people and working collaboratively with partners to enhance the lives of our customers, drive economic progress and bring about a more sustainable future. As a strong, diversified, vertically integrated utility, ESB operates right across the electricity market: from generation, through transmission and distribution to supply. We extract further value at certain points along this chain: supplying gas, using our networks to carry fibre for telecommunications, developing electric vehicle public charging infrastructure and more.At ESB, we have a strong culture of giving back. Through our Corporate Social Responsibility Fund, Energy For Generations, we allocate over €1m annually to support organisations working in the areas of suicide prevention, homelessness and educational disadvantage. We encourage staff to take part in initiatives such as “Time to Read” scheme for local schools. Why join us? On our Finance Graduate Programme you will get an opportunity to experience first-hand how we work and what is the driving force behind it. You will have the opportunity to be part of our finance team and will partake in rotations across a few positions to ensure a great breadth of experience across finance in obtained throughout the programme. You will also be supported to do your ACA qualification. Our traineeship programme offers structured rotations to ensure you gain experience across several areas including: APPLY HERE Engineering Programme You will be part of a highly motivated and skilled team that delivers the major projects and engineering solutions to lead our transition to reliable, affordable, net zero carbon future. Our Engineering disciplines include  Electrical, Mechanical, Civil, Environmental, Renewable Energy, Energy Systems, Electronic, Electronic and Computer, Mechatronic, and Quantity Surveying. Are you looking for a career as an engineering or related professional in the energy sector?  Do you have, or are you about to get, a degree in areas such as civil/structural, chemical, control/automation, electrical/electronic, energy, environmental, mechanical, planning, quantity surveying or any other STEM related profession?  If you do, why not join ESB, Ireland’s foremost energy company, where we are driven to make a difference, to achieving Net Zero by 2040!  With over 1000 engineers and related professionals, ESB is dedicated to investing in engineering related expertise and developing critical skills to support Ireland’s future growth and development. We see investing in our people, the current and future drivers of our organisation, as a central pillar of our strategy. Our Technical Graduates’ Programme, known as our Early Career Technical Talent Programme, is aimed at STEM professionals with less than two years post-graduation experience.  The objective of our Programme is to launch you on a track to career success. You will grow professionally, develop key skills, and actively contribute to ESB’s Net Zero by 2040 strategy.  Electrical Engineering Graduate Development Programme 2024 ( APPLY HERE ) Mechanical Engineering Graduate Development Programme 2024 ( APPLY HERE ) Civil Engineering Graduate Development Programme 2024 ( APPLY HERE ) Quantity Surveying Graduate Development Programme 2024 ( APPLY HERE ) IT Graduate Development Programme 2024 At ESB, technology plays a leading role in enabling and realising our purpose to deliver a brighter future for the customers and communities we serve. Today that means we are driven to make a difference – net zero by 2040 – and it’s our people who ensure we succeed. With almost 800 people working across our IT Delivery and CIO functions, together we design, build and support a broad range of technologies and services to deliver on our strategic objectives – decarbonised electricity, resilient infrastructure and empowered customers. To further enhance our capabilities and to transform ESB to a data driven and digital utility, we are looking for Graduates to join our highly motivated and skilled team of IT professionals where you will have the opportunity to deliver results in a fast-paced, innovative team environment. Our IT Graduate Development Programme is structured into five distinct career paths where you will be able to grow your experience, as well as develop the necessary skills to help you on your way to career success. APPLY HERE Commercial Graduate Development Programme 2024 Our Commercial Graduate Development Programme will focus on developing your ability to problem solve, think critically, understand the balance between value and risk and will build your decision-making capability. APPLY HERE Application and Interview Process For the  Engineering programme , applicants will have to complete an aptitude assessment followed by a competence based interview. For all other business functions, applicants will have to complete an aptitude assessment, followed by a video  and  competency based interview.

1 hour agoFull-time

Kitchen Assistant

CentraOranmore, Galway

Main purpose of the role: Provide efficient and effective support to the chef and other employees in the Kitchen department. The ideal candidate will have/be: • A passion for food and the ability to inspire shoppers • HACCP training is beneficial but not essential • Excellent communication skills • The ability to work as part of a team in a fast-paced environment. Main duties: • Actively live Centra brand-values i.e. Proud, Energetic, Imaginative and Community-Based • Complete customer sales/orders as per store procedures • Prepare food lines for sale • Demonstrate high standards of product knowledge e.g. range/allergens -Practice efficient stock management including correct merchandising and rotation of stock in the Kitchen Department.

8 hours agoFull-time

Deli Assistant Manager


An exciting opportunity for a  Full-Time  Deli Assistant Manager  to join Meehan's SPAR in Westwood & Roscam. You will be working for an Award-Winning retailer who is focused on their standards, customer service and team progression. Meehan's SPAR is a staple of the local community and they pride themselves on their dedication to excellent customer service. They are well known in the area for their fresh food offerings. Main purpose of position: To ensure the fresh foods department is profitable, operates efficiently, effectively, and hygienically to ensure safe food commensurate with the highest standards of service and products. Requirements The ideal candidate will possess the following attributes

1 day agoFull-time

Deputy Store Manager

LidlWellpark Road, Galway€45,150 - €53,750 per year

Summary From our Head Office to the shop floor and everywhere in between our primary goal is to create and deliver a fantastic customer journey for everyone who shops at Lidl.  Do you enjoy leading by example? This could be your next career move. Come and talk to us, to see what we’re all about.  Please note that as part of your application you will be asked to complete a numerical and verbal reasoning test, designed to provide us with a more in-depth understanding of your skills and your potential as a member of team Lidl.  What you'll do

1 day agoFull-time

Supplementary Vii Campaign Health Care Assistant, University Hospitals


Post Specific Related 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. Location "Initial assignment will be to Pool at Galway University Hospitals The successful candidate may be required to work in any service area within the vicinity as the need arises. A panel will be formed to fill temporary, full time and part time vacancies that arise in Galway University Hospitals A panel may be created from which permanent and specified purpose vacancies of full or part time duration may be filled" Proposed Interview Date "Interviews will be held as soon as possible after closing date. Candidates will normally be given at least one weeks' notice of interview. The timescale may be reduced in exceptional circumstances" HSE Area Saolta University Hospital Group HSE West Category Patient & Client Care Informal Enquiries Application Details Contract Type Permanent Part-timePermanent WholetimeSpecified Purpose Part-timeSpecified Purpose Wholetime

1 day agoFull-time

Deli Assistant

CentraMonaghans, Tuam Road, Galway

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: • HACCP training is desirable but not necessary • Excellent communication skills • Previous customer service experience is an advantage • The ability to work as part of a team in a fast-paced environment, ability to multi task under pressure • A passion for food and the ability to inspire shoppers. Main duties: • Actively live Centra brand-values i.e. Proud, Energetic, Imaginative and Community-Based • Prepare customer orders across all fresh food areas i.e. make sandwiches and rolls, dish up hot food and slice meats using the store`s portion control measures • Cook, prepare and display the foods sold throughout the day • Ensure that the counter displays across all fresh food departments are to the highest standards at all times throughout the day • Demonstrate your passion for quality food by sharing knowledge, recipes and personal recommendations with customers • Deal with all customer queries efficiently, professionally and in line with store policy.

2 days agoFull-time

Administrative Officer

NUI GalwayGalway€77,375 - €98,701 per year

Salary: €77,375 to €98,701 p.a (applicable to new entrants effective from January, 2011) and in accordance with the terms and conditions of the University’s Remuneration policy. Role Relationships Reporting directly to the Director of Clinical Research the post holder will have specific daily contact with. ·        Vice President of Research ·        Director of Clinical Research (Chief Clinical Research Officer) ·        Director of Research ·        Head of Clinical Research Quality and Regulatory Affairs ·        Director of Internal Audit and Risk Management ·        Head of Research Contracts ·        Head of Insurance Services ·        CRDO Office Manager ·        CRDO Administrator ·        Clinical Research Auditor/Monitor The post holder has general contact with: ·        Staff in the CMNHS and affiliated University of Galway units ·        Staff within the Saolta Hospital Group ·        HRB Clinical Research Facility Galway ·        Chief Investigators ·        Principal Investigators ·        Staff in the Office of the Vice-President for Research ·        Regulatory Agencies ·        Contract Research Organisations Main Duties and Responsibilities ·        Develop, implement and maintain systems to assure institutional-sponsored clinical research undertaken is in accordance with the requirements including the International Conference on Harmonisation Good Clinical Practice Guidelines (ICH-GCP), MDR, ISO 14155, CTR and all other relevant regulations and standards. ·        The SO is responsible for the implementation of Sponsorship responsibilities, the SO may delegate some of the tasks of the project management plan to one or more members of the CRFG/cluster/CRO. ·        Establish and maintains system that support sponsor activities as delegate of the Sponsor in relation to Clinical Trials and Clinical Investigations. ·        The SO is the lead point for all sponsor related communication and the administrator for all external systems that are required for sponsorship, e.g. CTIS ·        Continuous assessment of risk with respect to academic-sponsored clinical trials and implementation of measures to mitigate and manage same. ·        Co-lead on the development of a business plan/strategy for industry collaborations in clinical trials, with particular focus on MedTech research. ·        Implementation of a coordination plan for each academic-Sponsored clinical trial with leadership and oversight of activities ·        Ensure all that all requirements are met before the recruitment of patients. ·        Oversight and tracking the progress of Sponsored clinical trials, reporting and providing updates on key milestones reached ·        Liaise with Insurance Services and the Internal Audit and Risk Management Department of the University of Galway in relation to the university’s Sponsored clinical studies to ensure that all requirements are met. ·        Work closely with the with the Director of Clinical Trials Institute, Clinical Trial Programme Managers and the Clinical Trial Coordinators at the operational level to ensure that university sponsored studies are adequately resourced, budgeted and compliant with local policy/procedure and applicable legislation. ·        Prepare periodic progress reports for the Sponsor and the University Risk Management Department. ·        Develop mechanisms for Risk Assessment of University Sponsored clinical studies to ensure that any high-risk areas are mitigated prior to the study opening and throughout the course of the study. ·        Develop and extend links with medical device industry collaborators to establish a robust platform for research in this key strategic research area. ·        Is responsible managing the sponsorship approval process and managing the studies through the risk management process, escalating to Head of Clinical Research Quality and Regulatory Affairs (HQRA) and/or Director as required. ·        Institutional point of contact for sponsorship applications, approvals, etc. ·        Is responsible for ensuring that all enquiries are processed in a timely manner and directed to the appropriate location ·        Ensure compliance with approval requirements (such as institutional, HPRA, ethics, legal, hospitals and Data Protection). ·        Escalate as appropriate issues that may highlight a risk to patient safety/data quality or to the reputation of the academic institution. ·        Routine and non-routine reporting to the VPR, Director of Research and others (as appropriate). ·        Manages the Sponsor Oversight Committee (SoC) process ·        Comply with all applicable regulations and guidelines, CRDO Standard Operations Procedure’s and/or site or sponsor SOPs as required in the execution of the role ·        Maintain effective communication with all staff to ensure information is transferred in a clear effective manner. ·        Participate in and contribute to training and teaching programs in the CRDO ·        Continue to build personal skills by taking training opportunities as required. ·        Any other administration assigned by the Director or that arise during the ambit of the post 1.      Requirements for the role: The successful candidate will demonstrate the eligibility requirements below in terms of qualification, skills and experience: Essential Criteria ·        Minimum Level 8 qualification in a scientific, engineering or health care field, or equivalent experience ·        Minimum of 5 or more years clinical trial programme management experience, ideally at a sponsor level and in a large pharma/medical device company ·        Significant experience with the development of processes and procedures, e.g. policy/SOPs, within a quality management system. ·        Must have an in-depth knowledge of clinical research concepts, practices and relevant regulations, e.g. Good Clinical Practice as outlined per ICH GCP, or ISO14155, Medical Device Regulation and Clinical Trial Regulation etc. ·        Experience of analysing documentation such as protocols, Investigator Brochures, PILs etc. for clinical research studies ·        Strong organisational and project management skills in an inter-disciplinary environment ·        Experience in pre-submissions meetings/submitting clinical research applications to regulatory authorities. ·        Experience interpreting legislation relating to clinical research ·        Excellent verbal and written communication/presentation skills ·        Self-motivated, high level of initiative and excellent attention to detail. ·        Flexibility, adaptability and ability to multitask ·        Able to work both independently and as part of a team.   Desirable Criteria ·        Level 9, or equivalent, qualification level in a quality or regulatory field ·        Project management qualification ·        Experience within a clinical research/clinical trial environment. ·        Certified Good Clinical Practice training ·        Cross-functional team leadership experience.   The above criteria will be utilised to shortlist and select candidates for interview.

2 days agoFull-time

Regional Executive Officer

Public Appointments ServiceNationwide€217,325 - €261,051 per year

The Role The changes in healthcare governance arrangements are being designed to facilitate stronger integrated care accountability and transparency and will foster change and innovation at local level to deliver world class services to local populations based on assessed needs. As set out under the Health Service Executive (Governance) Act 2019, which established the HSE Board, on the 28 June 2019, the HSE appoints a person recruited in accordance with the Public Service Management (Recruitment and Appointments) Act 2004 to be the HSE Regional Executive Officer (REO). As per the Health Act 2004 as amended, under Part 4, Section 19, the HSE CEO will delegate the authority as described in this plan to the Regional Executive Officers (REOs) in early 2024. Each REO will report to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the HSE. HSE REOs as members of the HSE Senior Leadership Team (SLT) will work with the HSE CEO, the Board, Department of Health, and leaders at national and regional level. The REO will be the accountable officer at Health Region level, responsible for the delivery of high quality, safe and accessible services for the population of their region. They will have devolved decision-making authority while working within the parameters of nationally agreed frameworks, policies, procedures and guidelines. HSE REOs as members of the HSE Senior Leadership Team (SLT) and as strategic public service leaders will: • Put the needs of patients / service users first and foremost in all decisions and actions by driving a culture that seeks to continuously improve the quality, including integration, of services via ongoing examination of processes and removal of waste i.e., anything that adds low or no value • Champion operational excellence and local innovation to deliver quality, efficient and effective services by removing all forms of waste, including waste of patient and staff time and waste of staff skills • Be formally accountable for the management control, administration, and business of the Health Region over which they are appointed, and perform such other functions as may be delegated to them by the HSE CEO • Ensure that appropriate systems, processes, and practices are in place to achieve a successful transition to fully functioning Health Regions • Contribute to decision-making processes around ongoing development, monitoring and oversight of the wider health and social care system • Provide the HSE CEO with all information relating to the performance of their functions and the implementation of the policies of the HSE as required • Ensure that the day-to-day running of the Health Region and its performance is in accordance with the strategic goals that the HSE Board has determined • Co-design with the HSE Centre Functions frameworks of nationally consistent standards, guidelines, and governance policies. The Role during transition In line with the Health Regions Implementation Plan and the associated transition period the HSE REOs will: • Provide leadership and direction to ensure that the design and implementation of Health Regions is focused on the removal of barriers to the quality and integration of services • Play a lead role in the ongoing change within Health Regions and transition planning on a phased basis from 2024 onwards • Take a lead role with colleagues in embedding the integrated model of service delivery within respective health regions through extensive engagement across the system with local populations and staff. This includes the associated healthcare governance arrangements • Implement service realignments for respective Health Regions and associated changes in governance to realise the ambition of integrated person-centred services • Establish the Health Region senior leadership team in line with agreed functions and roles working with colleagues to manage associated due diligence arrangements. The post-holders will be responsible for building strong local leadership teams across their areas of responsibility - empowering others to deliver on the RHA objectives and associated cultural reform • Be formally accountable from an agreed specified date for the respective Health Region in line with the agreed accountability framework and associated KPIs Key Responsibilities The HSE REO’s executive role may be described under the following broad headings: (a) Service Planning The HSE REO will: • Ensure that service plan priorities are informed by local population and service needs • Develop operational plans for their region which inform national estimates and contribute to the development of the HSE National Service Plan • Ensure that the level of health and personal social care services committed to in the Annual Service Plan are delivered by the Health Region • Ensure high quality, safe services, and best value from health system resources • Ensure that services are planned in response to regional needs assessment • Develop a regional plan in line with national frameworks, need assessments and clinical programmes • Ensure that regional population needs and priorities are appropriately reflected in national capital planning arrangements. Ensure that regional capital planning is informed by existing policy and national strategic priorities • Work with the HSE Centre to develop a single National Capital Plan • Manage the delivery of relevant approved projects within their regions, in line with the annual capital plan and within relevant national frameworks (b) Strategy The HSE REO will: • Lead Health Region-wide strategic transformation with a focus on: • the design and reform of person-centred, integrated services based on comprehensive needs assessment consistent with national approaches • creating the conditions to support a high-performance culture by ensuring quality improvement, research, change and innovation at all levels • the ongoing development and provision of all required infrastructural needs to enable the delivery of the integrated care • ensuring public health, clinical and business leaders working with local populations are central to shaping future services and informing decisions • Implement HSE policy in consultation with and as determined by the HSE CEO • Direct strategy within respective Health Region towards achieving the HSE’s statutory objectives, having regard to the environmental and public policy context and the longer-term objectives and priorities established by Government • Leverage partnerships to influence the wider health and social care agenda with a focus on the wider determinants of health and wellbeing • Publicly represent the HSE on fora and contribute to regional, national, and international agendas on health and social care • Ensure that regions operate as part of a strategic national approach and as part of key EU initiatives to strengthen innovation in the health sciences and in health service development (c) Communications & Trust Building The HSE REO will: • Ensure effective communication and engagement with patients / service users, their carers and families, staff, and other stakeholders including Section 38 and 39 providers and primary care providers • Ensure a process for patient and service user partnership across all services within the Health Region for the purposes of organisational development, service development and delivery • Prioritise investment in the development of staff including staff health and wellbeing and ensure staff development processes are in place to meet individual, team and service needs. • As a member of the HSE SLT, ensure that the HSE CEO and SLT colleagues are provided with adequate impartial information to enable effective decision making on a timely basis • Engage proactively with representatives across health and social care, the political system, and community leaders to ensure the needs of the population are central to service planning and delivery • Be responsible for continuing to build public confidence and trust in the Health Service (d) Leadership, Ethics and Values The HSE REO will: • Provide inspirational and ethical leadership to the Health Region, promoting cultural reform, the highest standards of professional conduct and the HSE values of Care, Compassion, Trust and Learning in a way that is understood and embraced by a large, dispersed, multi-disciplinary staff • Demonstrate a collective leadership style and promote the HSE’s culture, values, and behaviours through both the CEO’s own example and in the day-to-day working environment of the organisation • Ensure that the standards of performance are accepted, understood, and supported across the organisation • Ensure commitment to a strong leadership development programme for clinical and non-clinical staff within the Health Region to deliver changes required by our health and social care system • Develop their own workforce, including determining hiring needs, within national policy priorities and frameworks and the limits of their budgets. (e) Risk Management The HSE REO will: • Ensure that risks to the safety of patients / service users or to the overall quality of services are prioritised within the overall operation of risk management arrangements • Ensure that risk management is embedded as part of normal day-to-day business of the Health Region and ensure that early warning, performance reporting and risk management systems are in place to meet the needs of the system • Ensure Health Region healthcare governance arrangements (corporate and clinical) are in place and are fully established and reviewed as Health Regions evolve and develop • Demonstrate public service accountability by being honest and transparent in reporting on performance • Prioritise the development and implementation of clinical governance frameworks that support the integrated service delivery model • Ensure that systems are in place to provide oversight of all regulatory and statutory requirements for services delivered in the Health Region (HIQA, MHC etc) (f) Business and Financial The HSE REO will: • Be directly accountable to the HSE CEO for any budget overspends and the first charge principle will apply i.e., if an overspend/deficit arises due to circumstances which are not exceptional, the associated deficit should be carried forward as a first charge to the Health Region in the following financial period with responsibility to manage the deficit residing with the HSE REO • Be the “accountable person” for the Health Region’s budget and make the best use of the available budget to protect and promote the health and wellbeing of the population of their region • Be responsible for any reallocation of funds within the Health Region, reporting to the HSE CEO and working within the parameters set down by the national financial management framework • Ensure that services operate within the resource allocations provided by the Government as informed by population needs in the most beneficial, effective and efficient manner to improve, promote and protect the health and welfare of the region’s population • Be accountable to the HSE CEO for the running, and the administration generally, of the Health Region to enable compliance with the policies (whether set out in codes, guidelines or other documents or any combination thereof) and objectives of the Government or any Minister of the Government to the extent that those policies and objectives may affect or relate to the functions of the HSE • Conduct financial planning and analysis to ensure the optimal utilisation of funds • Ensure oversight of procurement, contractual and commissioning arrangements with all service providers (including non-HSE service providers) promoting partnership working and adherence to governance standards within co-developed national frameworks • Enable the system to be more sustainable and efficient through reducing waste and optimising the use of technological and process improvement methods • Support the implementation of national digital health projects and deliver regional technology projects, provide local support, and develop data capabilities locally, while feeding into national health information developments • Work in collaboration with HSE Centre in the development of ICT architecture, data security and procurement standards • Administer digital and ICT systems within their regions, working in partnership with the HSE Centre to progress nationally approved frameworks and systems (g) Accountability and Performance The HSE REO will: • Monitor performance, control and evaluation arrangements aligned to the Performance Accountability Framework • Ensure the delivery of all services in the Health Region along the continuum of care within agreed national frameworks and standards • Ensure timely access for patients and service users to appropriate services • Review overarching Health Region organisational performance in all key areas and take a whole systems approach to addressing improvements • Satisfy their accountability to committees of the House of the Oireachtas and, on request, appear before the Public Accounts Committee Person Specification The successful applicant will be a person with extensive leadership skills, competencies and experience and a career history demonstrating experience that is relevant to the leadership of a large, complex, widely dispersed organisation with a range of diverse statutory functions in the health and social care sector. Eligibility Criteria - Qualifications and/ or Experience Candidates must have at the latest date of application, each of the following: • Extensive experience at a senior leadership level in either health or social care delivery or other comparable and relevant business environment of equivalent complexity, as relevant to this role. • Significant leadership and management experience with a proven track record of organisational management, operational excellence and organisational improvement in a distributed and highly complex organisation or other relevant and highly complex organisation, as relevant to this role. • Demonstrable leadership of change and reconfiguration in complex environments of scale and a proven track record of implementing major system-wide reform(s). • A proven ability to lead, manage, develop, and ensure the performance achievement of an Executive Management Team and build a commitment to a shared vision. • A proven record of delivery and transformation, focused on the delivery of quality person centred health and social care services. • Significant experience of strategic planning underpinned by an effective internal corporate governance framework and risk management system. • A proven track record of managing large budgets effectively, with a commitment to value for money, quality, governance, and accountability. • A proven ability to collaborate and work effectively with external service delivery partners within well-structured governance relationships. • A track record of being an effective communicator and a proven track record of building and maintaining wide ranging relationships with diverse stakeholders. • A qualification at minimum Level 8 on the National Framework of Qualifications or NARIC Ireland Foreign Qualifications equivalent in healthcare and/or management. Remuneration: The Salary scale for the post is: €217,325 – 229,071 – 241,473 – 247,999 – 254,524 – 261,051 per year

2 days agoFull-time

Retail Assistant


Full-time retail assistant needed for busy city centre store. Must be available to work full-time during the week and weekends.  This role is not suitable for college students as it requires availability during the week. Opportunity to develop new skills and engage with the public. Will have the ability to work in a face paced environment while maintaining a high standard of service and quality throughout.  Requirements The ideal candidate will possess the following attributes:

3 days agoFull-time

Checkout Operator

SuperValuClaregalway, Galway

Main purpose of the role: Ensure the Checkout Department operates efficiently and effectively at all times and provide our customers with excellent customer service. The ideal candidate will have/be: - 2 years` experience in a retail role is desirable • Ability to balance tills • 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 Main Duties: • Actively live SuperValu brand-values i.e. Genuine, Passion for Food, Vibrant, Committed, Innovative and Imaginative • Use a computerised till system that has a barcode scanner • Weigh and price products such as fruit and vegetables • Check customers` ages for restrictions on items such as alcohol • Pack customer`s purchases • Process store loyalty cards, coupons and vouchers • Take payments and make sure the till balances at the end of the day • Spend time away from the till, stocking shelves and checking stock • Merchandise and present the department to the highest standard at all times • Attend and engage in team meetings and implement any learnings

3 days agoFull-time
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