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Payroll & Accounts Assistant


Payroll & Accounts Assistant We are currently looking to recruit a Payroll & Accounts Assistant to run monthly payroll and assist in Accounts functions, this is a permanent position based in our Galway Office however some flexibility is required to travel between Galway and Dublin office. Key Responsibilities: Payroll: Administering and processing Irish and UK payrolls with duties to include: To apply for this position, please email your CV to and indicate the name of the position you are interested in.

14 days ago

Shop Floor Assistant

SuperValuSupervalu, Portumna, Co GalwayFull-time

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 SuperValu brand-values i.e. Genuine, Passion for Food, Vibrant, Committed, Innovative and Imaginative; - Process orders for various departments; - Merchandise and present the entire store to the highest standard at all times; - Liaise with the Store 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.

12 days ago

Oil Sales Administrator

Corrib OilLoughrea, GalwayFull-time

Location: Loughrea, Co. Galway Payment: D.O.E Terms: Full Time Last Updated: 9th September 2019 This role provides excellent scope for an experienced Administrator who will provide comprehensive customer service and administrative support working as part of our sales team, ensuring that the highest customer service levels are maintained throughout the team. Principal Duties:

9 days ago

Outbound Call Centre Sales Agent


We are recruiting for an Outbound Call Centre Agent based in our Galway Contact Centre. We are looking for an individual with a dynamic approach to the needs of our customers, who can provide the highest level of customer service possible. The role involves placing outbound calls to new potential customers who enquired about a quotation from Aviva and to our existing client base at renewal time. The purpose of the role is to assist and support our customers when it comes to their insurance needs by tailoring specific products to those needs! About the Role: In this position you will: 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 +44 121 234 7638 or

11 days ago

Cabin Crew 2020 - Dublin & Cork

Aer LingusNationwide€1,900 - €2,000 per yearContract

Applicants are currently being invited for the role of Cabin Crew within Aer Lingus with positions available in Dublin commencing in January, February, March, April & May 2020. There will also be a limited number of positions for our base in Cork. As part of our ongoing expansion of both routes and fleet we are now welcoming applications from individuals passionate about our brand and the service we provide to join us during this exciting growth period in Aer Lingus. Our Cabin Crew are vital to our success and we want you to be part of something special. If you are a highly motivated and flexible individual who believes you have what it takes to work for Irelands only 4 star airline then read on to see what it takes to become part of our world recognised Cabin Crew Team. * Limited positions available for Cork also. What does the role of Cabin Crew entail? To learn more about the role and to hear from Current Cabin Crew Members visit the Aer Lingus Careers page here.

12 days ago

Supplier Services Associate


Who we are: The Supplier Services team provides core operational support to our Wayfair Partners focusing on supplier management. Our team resolve existing order issues, provide updates on orders to our customer service teams, target specific suppliers on key issues such as fill rate, and provide an important account management function for suppliers. Upon joining our team, we will offer you the opportunity to broaden your skills throughout the operations team, learning the core supply chain skills needed to support a thriving and growing e-commerce operation. We offer set Monday - Friday working hours and all of our new hires take part in an onboarding program which introduces you to Wayfair and Wayfair specific knowledge and skills. After this, you will receive continuous training and support and the opportunity to make an immediate impact on the success of the company. What you'll do: Wayfair does not accept unsolicited candidate referrals or resumes / CVs from third-party vendors, including recruitment agencies. Wayfair will not be responsible or liable for any fees or costs associated with such unsolicited submissions. You must be eligible to work legally in Ireland and be in a position to provide confirmation of eligibility upon request. Note: WAYFAIR is committed to an environment that provides equal employment opportunities to all employees, and qualified candidates,h without regard to race, colour, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin or disability.

12 days ago

Delivery Driver

Euro Car PartsGalway

Delivery Driver - Galway | Galway | Scotland and Ireland More Information: Due to the large volumes of CVs we are currently receiving we are unable to respond to each applicant individually.

14 days ago

Community Support Worker

The Rehab GroupGalwayPermanent

A commitment to living the organisational values of Team work, Dignity, Justice, Advocacy and Quality Are you looking for a role in a challenging, yet extremely rewarding environment? Do you have the compassion and the strength of character to help people with disabilities, live independent lives? We are Rehabcare, the health and social care division of the Rehab Group. We deliver quality, client focused, services. We are looking for a Community Support Worker to join our team. You will promote the development of independent living skills, while you assist our service users in their day to day tasks. Their safety and wellbeing will be your utmost priority at all times. You will nurture their ability to make their own choices and support them every step of the way, as they reach their full potential. You will be a champion of dignity, empathy and inclusion for all people with disabilities, within the community. Community Support Worker for Galway Community Support Services, Co Galway Permanent, 22.5 hours Job Purpose To assist in the delivery of individualized community support to a number of individuals with intellectual, physical and mental health challenges. Supporting individuals to be valued members of their local communities. Supporting individuals to optimize their emotional, social, occupational and learning experiences, through programmes offered within the service and the community Minimum Education & Skills required QQI level 5 in Health & Social Care or equivalent. Experience in the area of supporting individuals with behaviours that challenge. Track record of supporting individuals to identify and experience meaningful experiences in their local community Knowledge and experience of local community resources is highly desirable Job Duties & Responsibilities To plan, develop, implement, monitor and review appropriate educational, recreational and occupational programs within the community. To ensure best practice in line with up to date research regarding Quality of Life improvements. To liaise with families, the multidisciplinary team and key community based personnel in the pursuit of accessible community activities for service users. To ensure all interaction with service users is approached with dignity, respect, equality and incorporates choice Additional requirements Full Clean Driving Licence is required To promote and be actively involved in teamwork at all times. To liaise with families, the multidisciplinary team and other personnel as directed by the Community Services Manager To maintain a basic knowledge of first aid/personal care and to implement good hygiene practices. Staff Benefits Company Pension Scheme Paid maternity leave Paid paternity leave 27 days annual leave Bike to work scheme Tax saver travel scheme Income protection To view full extensive job description please, click apply to visit our company site and download attachment at the bottom of the page. Closing Date: Friday, 20th September 2019. The Rehab Group is an equal opportunity employer

13 days ago

Trainee Accountant


Trainee Accountant We are currently looking to hire an enthusiastic Trainee Accountant for a permanent position. The location of this role requires flexibility to work out of both our Galway and Dublin offices. The successful candidate will join a busy finance team, within a dynamic IT organisation that is an accredited ACCA approved employer. Working closely with our Senior Financial Team you will be offered training and full study support. Responsibilities will include: To apply for this position, please email your CV to and indicate the name of the position you are interested in.

14 days ago

Senior Information Officers

Citizens InformationNationwide€35,831 - €48,333 per yearFull-time

Locations: Purpose of the job: The Senior Information Officer role is comprised of two central functions, with working hours divided equally between the following responsibilities:  To deliver information, advice and advocacy at a high level to members of the public in a designated service area.  To coach, mentor and support Information Officers to ensure that all customer-service quality objectives and standards are met. Reporting to: The Development Manager Main Duties and Responsibilities: Information, Advice and Advocacy  The direct delivery of face to face information, advice and advocacy services to the public at a complex level, in the core areas of Citizens Information Service provision, including social welfare, employment, housing, consumer, immigration and disability rights, in line with the Citizens Information Board guidelines for the provision of Citizens Information Services (CIS).  Maintain comprehensive and up-to-date knowledge of relevant legislative and policy developments in the core areas of Citizens Information Service provision.  Maintain an active advocacy caseload and provide complex advocacy to CIS serviceusers, including representation at fora including the Social Welfare Appeals Office, Workplace Relations Commission, and Residential Tenancies Board.  Operation of query management, advocacy case management and data collection/statistical analysis systems. Coaching and Mentoring  Coach and mentor staff in the development of their information, advice and advocacy skills, ensuring that all members are working to achieve service objectives and delivery targets and the delivery of a high quality professional service.  Provide regular updates and briefings to Information Providers on legislative, policy and administrative changes relevant to the provision of information and advocacy.  Assist Information Providers to identify, record and report on social policy issues and provide regular social policy updates and briefings to the Information Provider team.  Provide information in a variety of formats to outside agencies and community organisations as and when required and to support the Information Providers in developing these skills.  Provide regular reports to the Development Manager and Information Providers team.  Support the Development Manager to allocate the service’s advocacy caseload efficiently, including external referral and engagement with the Advocacy Support Worker (ASW) as required. Service Delivery  Contribute to the development and implementation of policies and procedures as required.  Comply with GDPR policies and procedures and all other legislative and policy requirements.  Engage with CIB and other stakeholders as required.  Lead and/or participate in projects as required by the Development Manager.  This list is not exhaustive but serves to reflect the nature of the responsibilities included in the role.  Given the nature of the organisation and the need to respond to customers’ needs on an ongoing basis, the role is subject to change over time. Quality  Contribute to and implement any quality control measures required for information, advice and advocacy ensuring a common quality standard is applied across the relevant service. This will involve direct observation and review of Information Providers.  Provide regular reports to the Development Manager regarding quality control issues. Identify training requirements within the Information Providers team and support the implementation of ongoing training programmes.  Support the Development Manager to conduct regular advocacy case reviews to ensure professional standards are met in adherence with ASW programme best practice. Senior Information Officer - Person Specifications Essential Educational Qualifications and Attainments A relevant recognised qualification at degree level or a combination of a relevant recognised diploma qualification & equivalent professional experience Desirable Educational Qualifications and Attainments Training/qualifications in one or more of the following areas:  Coaching and Mentoring Quality Assurance  Advocacy  GDPR  Social Policy Essential Knowledge, Skills and Experience  At least 3 years’ full-time (or equivalent part-time) experience in an information, advice and advocacy giving role within, or comparable with, the Citizens Information Services.  Excellent oral and written advocacy skills in areas such as: o social welfare, o employment o housing o consumer affairs o immigration  Commitment to high-quality customer service and continuous service quality evaluation and improvement.  Strong capacity to support an information team in the context of a fast-paced working environment, and ability to be flexible in approach.  Sound analytical, critical thinking and decision-making skills  Ability to analyse statistical information, and to prepare and present operational reports.  Strong IT skills.  Capacity to liaise at a high level with other public services or NGOs other Citizens Information channels, with the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection, and with other service providers.  The highest standards of honesty and integrity.  The ability to deal with change and challenging situations. Desirable Knowledge, Skills and Experience  Coaching and mentoring experience in a front-line service delivery setting  Experience working in the community / voluntary sector  Use of information systems and resources This is a permanent, full-time position, subject to satisfactory completion of a six-month probationary period. The period of probation may be extended at the discretion of the Development Manager/Regional Manager. The successful candidate will be available to work 35 hours per week, (Monday to Friday). There may be a requirement to work evenings from time-to-time. Salary: Scale range of €35,831; €37,411; €39,548; €41,093; €42,663; €44,080; €45,498; LSI 1 €46,916; LSI 2 €48,333 (pro rata). Incremental Credit: The Citizens Information Service operates an incremental credit process for appointments higher than point one of the salary scale. This process is applicable to new entrants into the CIS. Incremental credit criteria, based on the competencies for the role, are assessed against employment history as laid out in the application form. A request for incremental credit from a successful candidate must be made within the first 3 months of employment. Pension: A company pension scheme is in place, and membership is obligatory upon commencement.. Employee contribution; 5% of salary, Employer contribution; 7% of salary. Annual Leave: Calculated on a pro rata basis for part year service as follows:  23 days  24 days (upon completion of 2 years’ service)  25 days (upon completion of 5 years’ service) Full terms and conditions are contained in a Staff Handbook, which is issued with and forms part of the Employee Contract at CIS.

13 days ago
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