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Consultant Histopathologist Si Perinatal Pathology

University HospitalGalway

Hospital Applicable: University Hospital Galway Category: Medical/Dental Job Description: Details of post: The Department of Anatomic Pathology is recruiting a second Consultant Histopathologist in Perinatal Pathology. The appointee would liaise with the GUH perinatal pathologist, and all other relevant staff such as bereavement midwives / bereavement officers, both in the hub and in hospitals throughout the Saolta network, and with staff in departments such as Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Fetal Medicine/ Ultrasound, Neonatology, Neuropathology, Paediatric Radiology and Clinical Genetics, in the provision of the perinatal pathology service. This would entail provision of perinatal autopsies, placental reports and multi-disciplinary team discussions. Qualification Required: Registration as a specialist in the Specialist Division of the Register of Medical Practitioners maintained by the Medical Council in Ireland in the specialty of histopathology. Informal Enquiries to: Dr. Anne Marie Quinn, Consultant Histopathologist at: AnneMa.Quinn@hse.ie To apply, please submit CV to: consultantrecruitment.guh@hse.ie Closing date: 9th October 2023 at 10.00 Closing Date: Monday, October 9, 2023

3 days ago

GP-icpop-associate Medical Physician

Portiuncula University HospitalBallinasloe, Galway

Who We Are Portiuncula University Hospital is a Model 3 hospital providing 24/7 acute surgery, acute medicine and critical care along with Emergency Department and maternity services to adults and children in the catchment areas of East Galway, Westmeath, North Tipperary, Roscommon and Offaly. The hospital has natural referral pathways to the Midlands, particularly in respect of patients that are referred in via the Emergency Department and discharged back for appropriate care i.e. orthopaedics, elderly care services etc. In addition, the hospital’s paediatric service has linkages with Crumlin Children’s Hospital for shared care arrangement in relation to oncology. Portiuncula has academic links with the University of Limerick post-graduate training, Medical Training Schemes for Interns, SHO’s and Registrars and an Overseas Medical Student Programme. In January 2013 a new medical academy opened on site in conjunction with NUI Galway. Job Description Portiuncula University Hospital has the following Vacancy GP -Associate Medical Physician - Integrated Care Programme for Older Persons (ICPOP). This programme is a primary, secondary and acute care services to older people. This post is a fixed term for 2 years, applications are open to GP-trained Doctors wishing to work fulltime or flexible hours .There is no on-call commitment with this post. The successful candidate will work with the wider multidisciplinary ICPOP team (Integrated Care Programme for Older Persons). This team includes a Consultant Geriatrician, Advanced Nurse Practitioner and Clinical Nurse Specialists, Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapy, Health Care Assistant and Clerical Staff. The primary aim of the ICPOP service is to put the older person at risk of frailty at the centre of the care, keeping them living well at home. The goal is hospital avoidance with a left-shift to care in the community (outreach clinics and home visits) rather than hospital-focused. This post is an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in care of the mildly frail older person or healthy ageing. This post will work with the ICPOP Team based in the community and the inpatient Geriatric service in Portiuncula Hospital to include the Frailty at the Front Door team in ED. Informal enquiries to Dr Niamh Hannon, Consultant Geriatrician Email: niamhm.hannon@hse.ie

3 days agoFull-timeTemporary

G Clinical Nurse Manager, Cancer Services, University Hospitals

Saolta University Health Care GroupGalway

Campaign Reference Number & Job Title: Clinical Nurse Manager 1,Cancer Services, Galway University Hospitals G6814 Grade Code: 2127 County: Galway Hse Area: Saolta University Health Care Group Staff Category: Nursing & Midwifery Contract Type: Permanent, Whole Time Internal/External: External Proposed Interview Dates: 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 Informal Enquiries: Ms Ellen Wiseman, Assistant Director of Nursing, Galway University Hospitals Tel: 091 542517 Email: ellen.wiseman@hse.ie Closing Date: 10.00am on 12th October 2023 Location of Post Galway University Hospitals. The successful candidate may be required to work in any service area within the vicinity as the need arises. Current post available is on the Haematology Ward A panel may be formed for Clinical Nurse Manager 1, Cancer Services, Galway University Hospitals from which current and future permanent and specified purpose vacancies of full or part time duration may be filled. Application Details Applications must be submitted via Rezoomo only. Applications received in any other way will not be accepted. There will be no exceptions made https://www.rezoomo.com/job/xxxxx/ Post Specific Related Information Please download and submit application form for this exciting role through the Rezoomo website (Using Google Chrome) ***CV's not accepted for this campaign*** For Eligibility Criteria and further information on this post, please view the attached job specification and additional campaign information

3 days agoPart-timePermanent

Deli Supervisor

CentraForster Street, Galway

Main purpose of the role: Ensure the Deli Department operates efficiently and effectively at all times and provides our customers with excellent quality products and services. The ideal candidate will have/be: • Minimum 1 years` fresh food supervisory experience; • Minimum 2 years` experience in a role with strong exposure to fresh food; • Fully trained in HACCP and food safety, and has experience in meeting the HACCP and food safety requirements; • Experience in ordering for deli departments and managing waste within a fresh food department; • Good knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word); • Numerical skills; • Ability to roster and adhere to budgets; • Excellent communication skills; • Have a true passion for the food industry and as such be creative and innovative with the fresh offering; • Customer focused manager who can build a quality and loyal customer base; • The ability to inspire, lead and motivate employees through support and development. Main duties: • Actively live Centra brand-values i.e. Proud, Energetic, Imaginative and Community-Based; • Prepare the presentation and layout of the deli serve over; • Implement planograms correctly; • Minimise waste and shrink in the department; • Bring new ideas to the department on fresh food innovation through regular research and benchmarking against competitors; • Demonstrate your passion for quality food by sharing knowledge, recipes and personal recommendations with shoppers; • Train all new employees to the deli; • Deal with all customer queries and efficiently, professionally and consistent with store policy; • Engage with new initiatives and embrace new ways of working.

3 days agoFull-time


CentraForster Street, Galway

Main purpose of the role: Ensure the food production area operates efficiently and effectively at all times and provide our customers with excellent products. The ideal candidate will have/be: - 1 years` experience in a Supervisor/Manager role is desirable - 2 years` experience in a role with an indept experience to fresh food • Experience in successfully achieving sales targets and KPIs • Fully trained in HACCP and food safety, and has experience in meeting the HACCP and food safety requirements • Experience in ordering for deli departments and managing waste within a fresh food department • Stocktaking experience • Ability to roster and adhere to budgets • Have a true passion for the food industry and, as such, be creative and innovative with the fresh offering • Customer focused and can build a quality and loyal customer base • The ability to inspire, lead and motivate employees through support and development. Main duties: • Actively live Centra brand-values i.e. Proud, Energetic, Imaginative and Community-Based • Cook, prepare and display the food throughout the day • Oversee and ensure the smooth running of food production operations • Carry out stock takes and work out the cost price for product and portion control • Assess how the work is organised and delegate accordingly • Finish all orders to the highest standard • Attend regular management meetings as required and work to implement a programme of continuous improvement in line with these meeting actions • Assist in the induction, training and development of staff in the food production area • Attend any training or development programmes as directed by store management.

3 days agoFull-time

Night Pack Assistant


Main purpose of the role: Merchandise, rotate and face off all stock in assigned department while maintaining hygiene and food standards. The ideal candidate will have/be: -Excellent communication skills -Strong attention to detail, organised and flexible -Ability to use own initiative and work as part of a team. Main duties: -Actively live Centra brand-values i.e. Proud, Energetic, Imaginative and Community-Based -Merchandise and present the entire store to the highest standard at all times -Liaise with the Night Pack Manager on changes to layouts, ends and sides and ensure changes are correctly implemented -Implement correct labelling and stock rotation procedures -Ensure deliveries are checked off in line with goods inwards procedures -Keep the back-store tidy and packed away.

3 days agoPart-time

Administrative Officer

Galway City CouncilGalway€55,022 - €71,529 per year

The role of the Administrative Officer is to be responsible for the efficient management, direction and deployment of resources of the department and function to which the office holder is assigned, within defined parameters relevant to the position in accordance with the Local Authority's vision and objectives. The Administrative Officer is a management position in Galway City Council with responsibilities in the following areas: • To determine the nature, level and pattern of demand for the service in the function and to recommend both service level and strategic policy priorities to senior management; • To implement the agreed strategies to meet and to expand or improve the range, quantity or quality of existing services and to recommend changes in strategies as required; • To develop and maintain relationships with external agencies in accordance with policy and to ensure the agreements to co-ordinate work programmes are implemented; • To achieve and maintain the productive association between elected representatives and the executive delivery of the service; • To achieve and maintain similar co-operation with local development agencies in accordance with evolving policy on the integration of local government and local & community development; • To identify and agree work programmes, targets and deadlines and ensure their subsequent implementation; • To manage performance and to supervise multi-disciplinary staff up to the position/grade of Senior Staff Officer and analogous grades and to ensure the training and development of such staff; • To build effective teams, develop motivation and commitment and maintain sound employee relations and morale as relevant, in accordance with good employment practice and relevant legislation; • To deputise for the Senior Executive Officer as required; • To implement the systems necessary and co-ordinate the resources to support service delivery. This includes systems to manage finance and budgets and ensure value for money, to provide information on the pattern of demand and activity and to schedule work programmes; • To undertake any other duties of a similar level and responsibilities as may be required from time to time. 1.     Character Candidates shall be of good character. 2.     Health Each candidate must be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service. 3.      Citizenship : Candidates must, by the date of any job offer, be:                  i.          A citizen of the European Economic Area (EEA). The EEA consists of the Member States of the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway; or                ii.          A citizen of the United Kingdom (UK); or               iii.          A citizen of Switzerland pursuant to the agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the free movement of persons; or               iv.          A non-EEA citizen who is a spouse or child of an EEA or UK or Swiss citizen and has a stamp 4 visa; or                v.          A person awarded international protection under the International Protection Act 2015 or any family member entitled to remain in the State as a result of family reunification and has a stamp 4 visa  or               vi.          A non-EEA citizen who is a parent of a dependent child who is a citizen of, and resident in, an EEA member state or the UK or Switzerland and has a stamp 4 visa 4.     Education, Training, Experience, etc. Panel A – Confined to Local Authority Sector: Each candidate must, on the latest date for receipt of completed application forms; (a) be a serving employee in a Local Authority or Regional Assembly and have at least 2 years’ satisfactory experience in a post of Clerical Officer or analogous grade. (b) possess a satisfactory knowledge of the functions and duties of local authorities; and (c) have satisfactory experience in administrative procedures, including adequate practical experience in work of an executive nature, office organisation and control of staff. Panel B – Open: Each candidate must, on the latest date for receipt of completed Application Forms: (i) (a) Have obtained at least Grade D (or a pass), in Higher or Ordinary level, in five subjects (or four subjects if Irish is included) from the approved list of subjects in the Department of Education Established Leaving Certificate Examination or Leaving Certificate Vocational Programme including Irish and/or English and one of the following: Mathematics, Accounting, Business Organisation or Economics, AND (b) Have obtained at least Grade C (or Honours) in Higher Level (or Honours) papers in three subjects in that examination (or two subjects if Irish and/or one of the following is included: Mathematics, Accounting, Business Organisation or Economics), OR (ii) Have obtained a comparable standard in an equivalent examination OR (iii) Hold a third level qualification of at least degree standard. AND (iv) have satisfactory experience in administrative procedures, including adequate practical experience in work of an executive nature, office organisation and control of staff. Panel C - Confined to Employees of Galway City Council: Each candidate must, on the latest date for receipt of completed application forms; (a) be a serving employee of Galway City Council and have at least two years satisfactory experience in a post of Clerical Officer or analogous post (b) possess a satisfactory knowledge of the functions and duties of local authorities; and (c) Have satisfactory experience in administrative procedures, including adequate practical experience in work of an executive nature, office organization and control of staff. *Non-Irish Qualifications must be accompanied by a determination from Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI) to establish their comparability against the Irish National Framework of Qualifications, overseas qualifications must also be accompanied by a translation document. Each candidate must include on the application form details of all qualifications obtained by them. The invitation to attend for Interview is not to be regarded as an admission that you possess the prescribed qualifications and/or requirements for this post or are you qualified by law to hold the post. Documentary proof will be required before appointment where you claim credit for particular qualification, experience, etc. Key Competencies for the post of Administrative Officer are given in the table below. Candidates will be expected to demonstrate sufficient evidence within their application form and at interview of competence under each of these headings. Strategic Management & Change ·       Ability to think and act strategically to ensure functional responsibility is properly aligned with corporate policies and strategies; ·       Clear understanding of political reality and context of the local authority; ·       Embeds good governance practices into day to day activities, practices and processes; ·       Develops and maintains positive and productive professional relationships both internally and externally to the local authority; ·       Effectively manages change, foster a culture of creativity in employees and overcomes resistance to change. Delivering Results ·       Acts decisively and makes timely, informed and effective decisions; ·       Pinpoints critical information and address issues logically; ·       Develops operational and team plans having regard to corporate priorities, operational objectives and available resources; ·       Establishes high quality service and customer care standards; ·       Allocates resources effectively to deliver on operational plans; ·       Identifies and achieves efficiencies; ·       Ensures compliance with legislation, regulation and procedures. Performance Through People ·       Effectively manages performance of individuals and teams to achieve operational plan targets and objectives; ·       Leads by example to motivate staff in the delivery of high quality outcomes and customer service; ·       Develops staff potential; ·       Manages underperformance or conflict; ·       Understands effective communications at all levels within the organisation; ·       Actively listen to others; ·       Demonstrates high level of verbal and written communication skills; ·       Ability to foster and maintain productive working relationships within the organisation and with relevant stakeholders externally. Personal Effectiveness ·       Initiative and creativity; ·       Enthusiasm and positivity about the role; ·       Resilience and Personal Well-Being; ·       Personal Motivation; ·       Understands the importance of corporate governance; ·       Commitment to integrity & good public service values; ·       Understanding the structures and environment within which the local authority sector operates and the role of an Administrative Officer in this context; ·       Political awareness. Local Government Knowledge & Understanding ·       Knowledge of the structure and functions of local government. ·       Knowledge of current local government issues and advocate practice approaches to addressing them. ·       Clear and realistic views of future trends and strategic direction of local government. ·       Understanding the role of a Administrative Officer in this context. Salary:  €55,022 - €71,529 per year

3 days agoFull-time

Customer Assistant


About the role Tesco:Ballybane Contract: Part time (25.00 - 30.00) Shift Pattern: Flexible We pride ourselves on offering customers the biggest range of products around. And that's not just food, but everything from clothes and kettles to financial services. But did you know we offer the biggest job opportunities too? With stores across the UK and Ireland, and a variety of roles, we are always looking for people who are as passionate about helping customers as we are. Our Every Little Helps approach doesn't just apply to our customers. It's at the very heart of everything we do at work – and it's what makes us different. We believe in treating each other with respect, and everyone having the opportunity to get on. That's what makes Tesco such a great place to work Should you be successful in your application, your offer will be subject to and conditional upon you providing your bank account details before your agreed start date. You will be responsible for *Entry requirements and rules of the scheme apply About us Our vision at Tesco is to become every customer’s favourite way to shop, whether they are at home or out on the move. Our core purpose is “Serving our customers, communities and planet a little better every day”. Serving means more than a transactional relationship with our customers. It means acting as a responsible and sustainable business for all stakeholders, for the communities we are part of, and for the planet. Through initiatives like the Tesco Community Fund, our association with Children’s Health Foundation, our partnership with FoodCloud and our Stronger Starts programme, we have supported over 21,000 community groups, raised over €7.5 million for medical equipment, and provided almost 15 million meals nationwide, to those living in food insecurity. Tesco has operated in the Irish retail market since 1997, and with 163 stores nationwide, we employ over 13,000 people in cities and towns around Ireland, supporting almost 45,000 jobs directly and indirectly. We partner with over 500 Irish suppliers - of which almost three-quarters are small and medium enterprises - which in turn supports almost 13,000 farming families around Ireland. Tesco is the single largest buyer of Irish food and drink in the world, buying €1.6 Billion a year; more than any other single country in the European Union, more than even the USA which you perceive as a massive buyer of Irish food. We work closely with suppliers across Ireland who are dedicated to making the best products for our customers and this is reflected in the numerous awards our products have won over the years including Blás Na hÉireann, World Steak Challenge and Great Taste Awards. We are proud to have an inclusive culture at Tesco where everyone truly feels able to be themselves. It is embedded in our values: we treat people how they want to be treated. At Tesco, we not only celebrate diversity, but recognise the value and opportunity it brings. We always want our colleagues to feel they can be themselves at work and we are committed to helping them be at their best. We are building an inclusive workplace, a place to actively celebrate the cultures, personalities and preferences of our colleagues – who in turn help to build the success of our business and reflect the diversity of the communities we serve. We’ve taken steps to ensure our stores are places where everyone feels welcome to shop too, with colleagues all trained to support those with a visible or hidden disability through the Sunflower Lanyard programme. We’re a big business with diverse working patterns and many business areas which means that we can find something that works for you. Everyone is welcome at Tesco. We have embraced a blended working week – combining office and remote working. Our offices will continue to be where we connect, collaborate and innovate. Please talk to us to about how this can work for you.

3 days agoPart-timePermanent

Customer Delivery Driver


About the role “A job where you're in the driving seat.” Our core purpose is to serve Irish shoppers a little better every day and being a Customer Delivery Driver you are the first face our customers see. Being a Customer Delivery Driver is hands on, physical and full of variety. No two shifts are ever the same – customer’s look for help in all kinds of different ways. For most of the day you’ll feel like your own boss, delivering to your customers but with a team of managers and colleagues back at base ready to support you when you need them. Shift Pattern: Various shifts available  You will be responsible for Please be aware that as part of our recruitment process, job offers are subject to the Garda Vetting Process and you will need to provide proof of current penalty points on your licence at Assessment Stage. This can be requested from the National Driver Licence Services (NDLS) on  1890 41 61 41. Press Option 4 and quote your driver number. We are sorry but if you have been disqualified from driving within the last 10 years, we will not be able to accept your application. Should you be successful in your application, your offer will be subject to and conditional upon you providing your bank account details before your agreed start date. What’s in it for you As well as competitive pay, we offer excellent benefits that help to make Tesco a great place to work. “After 3 months you will receive a colleague clubcard, giving you 10% discount on your Tesco shopping throughout the year, both in-store and on-line”. There are also additional special offers available to colleagues throughout the year. About us As the leading online grocery retailer in Ireland, our team of delivery drivers deliver to thousands of customer’s homes across the country. We believe in doing the little things that really matter to our customers and colleagues. It’s part of what makes Tesco such a great place to work. As well as offering competitive pay, we offer some of the best benefits to our colleagues in the industry from colleague discounts* to paid holidays, and pension scheme*. *subject to the rules of the schemes.

3 days agoPermanent

Consultant Radiologist Si Interventional Radiology

University HospitalGalway

Temporary Consultant Radiologist si Interventional Radiology vacancy in Galway University Hospital, 6 months duration initially. IMC Specialist Registration required. Informal Enquiries to Prof. Diane Bergin , email phil.whyte@hse.ie Please submit CV to consultantrecruitment.guh@hse.ie

3 days ago
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