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About the Role As a 3rd Keyholder at Claire's, you will be responsible for: Claire's is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity, equity and inclusion and we encourage applications from members of all under represented groups, including those with disabilities. We will accommodate applicants' needs, upon request, throughout all stages of the recruitment process. Please inform us of the accommodation(s) that you may require. Information received relating to accommodation will be addressed confidentially. To request accommodation, please email Benefits@claires.com. Only messages sent for this purpose will be considered.
About Boots We are Ireland’s leading pharmacy-led health and beauty retailer. With over 85 stores in Ireland, our purpose is to help our customers look and feel better than they thought possible. For over 20 years, we have used our expertise to help improve the health and wellbeing of local communities. Boots Ireland is part of the Retail Pharmacy International Division of Walgreens Boots Alliance. What’s in it for you? You will develop your retail knowledge, alongside your leadership skills, to deliver the best possible care and service to our customers. With opportunities to progress your career in beauty, pharmacy and opticians, our brilliant training teams will ensure you have all the tools you need to succeed in your current role and beyond. From local stores to flagship stores the variety of career opportunities we provide is something we are very proud to offer. In addition, as part of your reward package you will receive an excellent staff discount, discretionary bonus and 25 days holiday along with having access to additional flexible benefits that allows you to create a package that best suits your individual needs. Responsibilities: Working alongside the Store Manager you will be given the opportunity to lead and inspire growth, to deliver the company strategy. With a customer led approach, you will role model exceptional leadership to ensure customers remain at the heart of everything we do. Key responsibilities include: • With excellent engagement you will lead, challenge and ultimately inspire your team to deliver business growth by providing exceptional care to our customers and patients • Drive passion and energy in your team to deliver on sales and service targets, always keeping a firm eye on costs and profitability, and ensuing continuous improvement where possible • Deliver a sustainable and efficient retail and pharmacy operating platform in your store to ensure stock availability, control costs, minimise loss and meet our customers and patients expectations • Create and maintain a brilliant culture where we proactively deliver life-long pharmacy customers • Accountability for cash accounting compliance within your department and that all related polices are implemented and upheld • Support the store succession plan by developing talent for your store and key roles within the region • Conducting regular reviews, audits and risk assessments to protect patient and public safety • Work with the Store Manager to own and improve loss performance including payment loss, retail waste, and retail stock loss Our ideal candidate To be successful in this role you will have a professional, and caring character and true desire to help others feel good. In addition you will: • Be an excellent leader with the ability to coach and develop individuals and teams • Have first class communication skills, and act as a recognised brand ambassador to Boots throughout your store and region • A strong understanding of how to lead and deliver a company strategy, with the ability to implement in a given store to drive strong performance results • Ability to work at pace and react to the changing needs of the customer • Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of pharmacy operations and provisions of national and local services • Thrive in a team centred approach with strong collaborative working • Have a passion for keeping up to date with your own learning and development • Be digitally savvy and comfortable with navigating and embracing new technology
Experienced Dog Groomer
Petmania Grooming Studios is currently the largest and most successful grooming business in the country and boasts some of the most talented and committed Groomers available. We run busy energetic grooming studios where you will be expected to not only groom our canine customers to a very high standard, but treat our human customers with the same level of customer service you would like to receive yourself. We are currently recruiting for full and part time Groomers for our Galway Store The successful candidate will join the experienced grooming team in our Galway store, and take part in all grooming activities including; If you would like to join this team, you must hold a QQI level 5 or City and Guilds in Grooming and have at least 1 year’s practical experience in a grooming role.
Regional Store Sales Manager
Highly competitive salary plus quarterly on-target bonus of 15% if sales targets achieved (with quarterly stretch target bonus of 40%) and other excellent benefits The regional manager for retail stores is responsible for successfully driving sales revenue in Ireland, whilst building and leading high-performing teams throughout it. To be considered for this position, you must have an extensive retail background within a leading brand. We are looking for a sales and service-focused champion who thrives in a fast-paced retail environment and who enjoys working as part of a team. This role is field-based, so you’d have to be comfortable and happy to commute across all of Republic of Ireland, the geography of the store portfolio. In the UK and Ireland, we are very proud to have recently been recognised in the Sunday Times ‘Best Places to Work 2023’, one of only 11 in the ‘very large’ employers category. About Pandora The largest jewellery company in the world, we give a voice to millions of people’s loves every day. We sell three pieces of our hand-crafted jewellery every second and have the largest network in the industry, with almost 7,000 points of sale around the globe and a strong online business. We pursue sustainability In everything we do and have set ambitious and measurable targets across every touchpoint of our business, from sourcing through to the materials we use and the marketing of our products. What to expect from the role The regional manager for retail stores will build high performing teams and strategically drive sales and profitability within Pandora owned and operated stores whilst retaining a customer-centric approach at all times. Global and local brand standards must be executed consistently, commercially and efficiently. The regional manager will be responsible for building strong partnerships with key stakeholders in order to maximize the people, product & operational opportunities within the region. Key responsibilities: People
Various Roles - Expert Hardware
Expert Hardware was founded in 2005 and is the only organisation of it’s kind in Ireland catering for independently owned Hardware & DIY Stores. The stores are renowned in their respective area for their personal attention & first class customer service. Please find the available positions below in stores across the country; CO CARLOW - D BYRNES & SONS APPLY WITH CV TO email@example.com
Assistant Secretary (Regional Service Operations)
About The Role The Department of Social Protection delivers its services through a variety of channels including inperson, online, telephony and postal service options. In general welfare schemes such as pensions, illness, disability, and carer schemes are managed through online and/or postal and telephony channels. Other high profile, large volume and complex welfare schemes - most notably Community Welfare Services and schemes to support jobseekers and one-parent families are delivered through online, telephony and in-person channels with services delivered in the community by staff in 60 Intreo Centres located in towns around the country. These Intreo Centres as well as 60 ‘Branch’ offices provided by contracted partners also act as important local offices providing people in the community with access to general information on welfare services. The centres are also responsible for provision of identity authentication/ public service card services and undertake control duties in accordance with policies set by the Department’s Operation Control function. The quality of service delivered by the Department and the public perception of that service, is to a large extent determined by the efficiency and effectiveness of these public Intreo Centres and the manner in which people using the centres are welcomed and supported. This reflects the importance of the Regional Operations function in terms of the impact that it can have on the lives of millions of people who use the Department’s services. The Assistant Secretary for Regional Service Operations is responsible for the management of the regional network of service centres. In particular, they are required to lead the delivery of the full range of income support schemes provided to jobseekers and one-parent families (including, for example, jobseeker payments, back to education payments, and back to education payments) as well as Community Welfare Services. Community Welfare Services include the provision of Additional Needs Payments to people on low incomes facing exceptional costs (for example related to energy bills, rent deposits, funeral costs, replacement of expensive household appliances), the provision of supplementary payments to people who have a proven income need but who do not satisfy the conditionality requirements of core social welfare schemes, and the provision of emergency supports to people experiencing a crisis for example as a result of a natural or other disaster (storm damage, flooding, fire etc.). In addition to these responsibilities the Assistant Secretary also leads the Department’s operational response to other critical national projects including most recently the response to the Covid-19 Pandemic and the influx of refugees from the war in Ukraine. The Assistant Secretary is also the ‘business owner’ for the specification and replacement of the IT platform currently used to process and pay claims for a number of key income support schemes, including jobseeker payments. This is a major multi-year project. In recent years the operation of the Regional Service Operations function has been subject to significant change with a move from a fully decentralised organisation to one in which front-office services continue to be delivered locally but are supported by national teams that support work allocation/work balancing and undertake back-office processing/claim decisions. This change has enabled and been facilitated by the implementation of the www.MyWelfare.ie suite of online services and by the implementation of a remote/blended working policy. A significant challenge for the next few years, in association with the replacement of the IT platform, is the continuation of the modernisation programme of service delivery, ensuring that the progress and milestones that have been achieved to date are leveraged and harnessed. The Assistant Secretary with responsibility for Regional Service Operations leads a team of nine Principals with a total of 2,300 staff. They are required to work very closely in the design of schemes and services with the Department’s policy and Service Development units and the Department’s IT Division. They are also expected to work closely with colleagues in other Departments and attend and represent the Department on inter-department groups and Cabinet Committees on issues relating, for example, the national response to Covid-19 or the Ukraine crisis. They are also expected to attend as required at Oireachtas Committee meetings on these issues and at meetings relating to the Department’s service performance. The post will be headquartered in Dublin but the post holder can be accommodated in working from other locations in the State subject to an attendance requirement in Dublin of, generally, 2 days per week. Requirements for the Post Given the nature of the role, the person appointed will be expected to have a very strong customer service orientation with experience, at a senior level, of working with and leading staff through significant process and system change. They will also be expected to be conversant with and have a good understanding of how modern IT systems work (specifically with respect to service transaction processing and online service delivery). Ideally, the person appointed should: • have recent experience in leading a complex operations/service function including the ability to develop and drive innovative change in a complex, fast-moving environment and proven experience in ensuring optimal use of resources • demonstrate an ability to work with staff representatives and to communicate the need for change and the detail of change effectively • a clear understanding, or the capacity to develop quickly, an understanding of the role of the social protection system in supporting economic and social development • either have a good working knowledge of welfare and employment services or demonstrate a capability to quickly acquire this knowledge • demonstrate knowledge and experience in large scale project and programme management • be adaptable and have the ability to anticipate and to quickly find solutions to any service/operational challenges that arise due to external factors or from the process of implementing planned change • demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to build strong relationships with a dispersed team • as a member of the Department’s management board be capable of contributing to all aspects of the work of the Department at Assistant Secretary level • the person will also be expected to work effectively and develop strong relationships with key stakeholders, including within the community and voluntary sector. Senior Public Service The appointee will be a member of the Senior Public Service. Appointees with permanent tenure to Assistant Secretary or equivalent level posts in the civil service may be required to move to an Assistant Secretary or equivalent level post in the Department or another Government Department/Agency under Senior Public Service mobility arrangements. The person appointed will be required to participate on and contribute to cross-departmental projects and working groups. The attention of candidates is drawn to the generic competencies that have been developed for use by TLAC for Assistant Secretary Posts. The appointed person may be assigned to other Assistant Secretary duties in the Department. The post will be headquartered in Dublin, with an attendance in Dublin of at least two days per week. The person appointed will also be expected to travel widely around the country. Ideally, applicants will meet at least two of the following criteria at a senior level: • Experience in more than one organization, • International experience (e.g. working abroad or significant engagement with international organisations and processes), • Experience outside the Civil Service, • A variety of experience (e.g. policy, strategic planning and operational). Key Competencies for effective performance at Assistant Secretary Level: The attention of candidates is drawn to the key competencies that have been developed for use by the Top-Level Appointments Committee (TLAC) for Assistant Secretary Posts. The competency model reflects the changing and more complex environment in which those at Assistant Secretary level operate, with fewer resources, pressure for delivery of results, increased media and public scrutiny and an ambitious public service reform programme. Eligibility to compete and certain restrictions on eligibility: Citizenship Requirements Eligible candidates must be: (a) A citizen of the European Economic Area (EEA). The EEA consists of the Member States of the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway; or (b) A citizen of the United Kingdom (UK); or (c) A citizen of Switzerland pursuant to the agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the free movement of persons; or (d) A non-EEA citizen who has a stamp 4 visa: or (e) 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 (f) 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. To qualify candidates must be eligible by the date of any job offer. Collective Agreement: Redundancy Payments to Public Servants The Department of Public Expenditure and Reform letter dated 28th June 2012 to Personnel Officers introduced, with effect from 1st June 2012, a Collective Agreement which had been reached between the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform and the Public Services Committee of the ICTU in relation to ex-gratia Redundancy Payments to Public Servants. It is a condition of the Collective Agreement that persons availing of the agreement will not be eligible for re-employment in the Public Service by any Public Service body (as defined by the Financial Emergency Measures in the Public Interest Acts 2009 – 2011) for a period of 2 years from termination of the employment. People who availed of this scheme and who may be successful in this competition will have to prove their eligibility (expiry of period of non-eligibility) Incentivised Scheme for Early Retirement (ISER): It is a condition of the Incentivised Scheme for Early Retirement (ISER) as set out in Department of Finance Circular 12/09 that retirees, under that Scheme, are not eligible to apply for another position in the same employment or the same sector. Therefore, such retirees may not apply for this position. Department of Health and Children Circular (7/2010): The Department of Health Circular 7/2010 dated 1 November 2010 introduced a Targeted Voluntary Early Retirement (VER) Scheme and Voluntary Redundancy Schemes (VRS). It is a condition of the VER scheme that persons availing of the scheme will not be eligible for re-employment in the public health sector or in the wider Public Service or in a body wholly or mainly funded from public moneys. The same prohibition on re-employment applies under the VRS, except that the prohibition is for a period of 7 years. People who availed of the VER are not eligible to compete in this competition. People who availed of VRS and who may be successful in this competition will have to prove their eligibility (expiry of period of non-eligibility). Department of Environment, Community & Local Government (Circular Letter LG(P) 06/2013) The Department of Environment, Community & Local Government Circular Letter LG(P) 06/2013 introduced a Voluntary Redundancy Scheme for Local Authorities. In accordance with the terms of the Collective Agreement: Redundancy Payments to Public Servants dated 28 June 2012 as detailed above, it is a specific condition of that VER Scheme that persons will not be eligible for re-employment in any Public Service body [as defined by the Financial Emergency Measures in the Public Interest Acts 2009 – 2011 and the Public Service Pensions (Single Scheme and Other Provisions) Act 2012] for a period of 2 years from their date of departure under this Scheme. These conditions also apply in the case of engagement/employment on a contract for service basis (either as a contractor or as an employee of a contractor). Declaration Applicants will be required to declare whether they have previously availed of a Public Service scheme of incentivised early retirement. Applicants will also be required to declare any entitlements to a Public Service pension benefit (in payment or preserved) from any other Public Service employment and/or where they have received a payment-in-lieu in respect of service in any Public Service employment. Salary The salary for the position, effective from 1st October 2023, is as follows: Assistant Secretary - Personal Pension Contribution (PPC) €156,472 €163,583 €171,291 €178,995 The PPC pay rate applies when the individual is required to pay a Personal Pension Contribution (otherwise known as a main scheme contribution) in accordance with the rules of their main/personal superannuation scheme. This is different to a contribution in respect of membership of a Spouses’ and Children’s scheme, or the Additional Superannuation Contributions (ASC). A different rate will apply where the appointee is not required to make a Personal Pension Contribution. Important Note Candidates should note that entry will be at the minimum of the scale and the rate of remuneration, including incremental progression, will not be subject to negotiation and may be adjusted from time to time in line with Government pay policy. You will agree that any overpayment of salary, allowances, or expenses will be repaid by you in accordance with Circular 07/2018: Recovery of Salary, Allowances, and Expenses Overpayments made to Staff Members/Former Staff Members/Pensioners. Tenure and Probation The appointment is to a permanent position on a probationary contract in the Civil Service. The probationary contract will be for a period of one year from the date specified on the contract. During the period of your probationary contract, your performance will be subject to review by your supervisor(s) to determine whether you – (i) Have performed in a satisfactory manner, (ii) Have been satisfactory in general conduct, and (iii) Are suitable from the point of view of health with particular regard to sick leave. Prior to the completion of the probationary contract a decision will be made as to whether or not you will be retained pursuant to Section 5A(2) Civil Service Regulation Acts 1956–2005. This decision will be based on your performance assessed against the criteria set out in (i) to (iii) above. The detail of the probationary process will be explained to you by the Office, and you will be given a copy of the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform’s guidelines on probation. Notwithstanding the preceding paragraphs in this section, the probationary contract may be terminated at any time prior to the expiry of the term of the contract by either side in accordance with the Minimum Notice and Terms of Employment Acts, 1973 to 2005. In the following circumstances your contract may be extended, and your probation period suspended. • The probationary period stands suspended when an employee is absent due to Maternity or Adoptive Leave. • In relation to an employee absent on Parental Leave or Carers Leave, the employer may require probation to be suspended if the absence is not considered to be consistent with the continuation of the probation. • Probation may be suspended in cases such as absence due to a non-recurring illness, and • Any other statutory provision providing that probation shall - (i) stand suspended during an employee’s absence from work, and (ii) be completed by the employee on the employees return from work after such absence. Where probation is suspended, the employer should notify the employee of the circumstances relating to the suspension. All appointees will serve a one-year probationary period. If an appointee who fails to satisfy the conditions of probation has been a serving civil servant immediately prior to their appointment from this competition, the issue of reversion will normally arise. In the event of reversion, an officer will return to a vacancy in their former grade in their former Department. Unfair Dismissals Acts 1977-2015 The Unfair Dismissals Acts 1977-2015 will not apply to the termination of the employment by reason only of the expiry of the fixed term contract without it being renewed. Location The position is based in Dublin. When absent from home and headquarters on official duty the appointee will be paid appropriate travelling expenses and subsistence allowances, subject tonormal civil service regulations Senior Public Service Appointees at Assistant Secretary level and above will become a member of the Senior Public Service (SPS). As a member of the SPS, you will have access to tailored learning and development initiatives, Executive Coaching, networking events, in addition to opportunities to apply for Assistant Secretary level mobility and the Executive Leadership programme. Functions, Powers and Duties The appointee may not engage in private practice or be connected with any outside business which would interfere with the performance of official duties or conflict in any way with the position of Assistant Secretary. Hours of attendance Hours of attendance will be fixed from time to time but will amount to not less than 41 hours 15 minutes gross per week or 35 hours net per week. No additional payment will be made for extra attendance (over and above 43.25 hours gross) as the rate of remuneration payable covers any exceptional extra attendance liability that may arise from time to time. Requests for Feedback Feedback in relation to the selection process is available on request. There are no specific timeframes set for the provision of feedback. Please note that the Review Process as set out in the Code of Practice is a separate process with specified timeframes that must be observed. Receipt of feedback is not required to invoke a review. It is not necessary for a candidate to compile a detailed case prior to invoking the review mechanism. The timeframe set out in the CPSA Code cannot be extended for any reason including the provision of feedback. Candidates' Obligations Candidates must: • Have the knowledge and ability to discharge the duties of the post concerned • Be suitable on the grounds of character • Be suitable in all other relevant respects for appointment to the post concerned; and if successful, they will not be appointed to the post unless they: • Agree to undertake the duties attached to the post and accept the conditions under which the duties are, or may be required to be, performed, • Are fully competent and available to undertake, and fully capable of undertaking, the duties attached to the position. Candidates in the recruitment process must not: • knowingly or recklessly provide false information, • canvass any person with or without inducements, • interfere with or compromise the process in any way. A third party must not impersonate a candidate at any stage of the process.
Seasonal Guides / Information Officers
Visitor Services of the Office of Public Works currently seek enthusiastic people to join their dedicated Guide Teams at National Monument/National Historic Property Sites under their remit. This competition will be used to fill a range of temporary/seasonal posts over the next year. The duration of seasonal employment may vary, depending on the local operational requirements. The hours, commencement dates and completion dates of the season may also vary for the same reasons. The role of the Seasonal Guide / Information Officer will include: Service (C) CONDITIONS OF SERVICE General Information for Employment as a Seasonal Guide / Information Officer 1. Rate of Pay Candidates should note that entry will be at the minimum point of the Guide scale and will not be subject to negotiation. The rate of remuneration may be adjusted from time to time in line with Government policy (€13.33 - €21.68 per hour) 2. Working Week Full time seasonal guides, unless otherwise indicated, are required to work on a roster (five days over seven days per week including weekends and public holidays). Flexibility in attendance is required, including evening attendance as and when required 3. Sunday Pay Time + Time for hours actually worked. 4. Annual Leave Entitlement Seasonal Guide / Information Officer will have their annual leave allowance determined by a pro-rata amount of the 25- day maximum which is the full year allowance. Because of the seasonal nature of the position, certain restrictions may apply to when Guides take leave during their seasonal employment. Where applicable, pay in lieu of leave is paid at the end of the working period. 5. Sick Pay Sick leave will be paid in accordance with the Public Service Sick Leave Scheme. 6. Hours of Attendance Hours are not fixed and can vary from site to site. The actual hours of attendance will be arranged according to local management requirements during the period of your employment. 7. Physical Work Environment and Candidate Capabilities Undertaking tours and dealing with visitor groups requires extensive vocal work. Outdoor work in inclement weather, work in confined spaces, at heights and on uneven ground are factors at certain sites. Please note that some sites have terrain that is challenging. By applying for the position, the applicant is confirming that there is nothing on the grounds of health which would preclude the applicant from meeting the requirements of the position in a consistent and satisfactory manner and the applicant is fully competent, fully capable and available to undertake the duties of the post. Appointees will be required to complete an online health questionnaire and will also be required to declare, before appointment, that they are fully capable of undertaking the duties and responsibilities attached to the position. Employment in the position will be subject to the appointee remaining fully capable of meeting the requirements of the position. If a candidate wishes to request any workplace accommodation, adaptation or facilitation, upon receiving an offer of appointment, the candidate can identify any accommodations on the obligatory ‘Staff Census Form’ to be returned to the OPW Disibility Liason Officer (DLO) as part of their pre-employment undertakings. 8. Dress Code You are required to observe a neat code of dress during working hours. A guide uniform is provided at certain sites. Otherwise, a guide uniform allowance may be payable where it is a management requirement that guides adapt a colour coded clothing regime. 9. Superannuation For a Seasonal Guide / Information Officer recruited before 1 January 2013 superannuation benefits are provided in accordance with the terms of the NonContributory Superannuation Scheme for Non-Established Civil Servants. Membership of the scheme is compulsory. The minimum retirement age at which pension is payable for members of this Scheme is 65 and compulsory retirement age is 70. This pension is integrated with the Dept. of Social Protection, State Pension (Contributory) which is currently payable with effect from Age 66. The public service pension paid under this Scheme is based on the assumption that the individual will also receive the State Pension (Contributory), at the maximum personal rate on retirement. Where this does not happen, a Supplementary Pension may be payable, on application by the retired member (there is no automatic entitlement and the onus is on the individual to apply). Staff appointed between 1 April, 2004 and 31 December, 2012, do not have a maximum retirement age. Staff appointed after 1 January, 2013, unless they have previously been members of a Public Service Pension Scheme and have not had a break in service of greater than 26 weeks, will be automatically enrolled in the Single Public Service Pension Scheme. The minimum retirement age for Scheme members is in line with the age of eligibility for the Contributory Old Age State Pension, currently Age 66. Membership of the scheme is compulsory. Retirement is compulsory on reaching 70 years of age. Spouses’ and dependant children’s pensions are granted under the terms of the Contributory Scheme for the Spouses and Children of non-established Civil Servants. Membership of the scheme is compulsory. At the time of being offered an appointment, the employing Department/Office will, in the light of the appointee’s employment history, determine whether he or she is a ‘new entrant’ or not. Candidates are advised to consult Section 2 of the Public Service Superannuation (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2004 in relation to the definition of “new entrant”. The text of Section 2 and of the Act is available on the website Appointees will be required to declare any entitlements to a Public Service pension benefit (in payment or preserved) from any other Public Service employment. 10. Other Employment Appointees cannot be employed by another public service body during the period of appointment with the OPW. Candidates who are on approved absences from other employment must ensure they are not impinging on their terms of absence by taking up a position with the OPW; proof of these terms must be supplied to OPW. Candidates engaged on community employment schemes must determine, and supply proof, of their eligibility for the position, by their provider. FURTHER DETAILS ARE AVAILABLE BY CLICKING THE APPLY BUTTON
General Surgeon With SI Upper GI Surgery
Contract Type: The post is temporary, on a Public Only Consultant Contract 2023, with a commitment of 37 hours to Galway University Hospital Professional Qualification and /o Experience 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 General Surgery. Desired: Experience in Upper GI Surgery Post Details: Galway University Hospital is a level 4 hospital which offers exciting training, subspecialty and research opportunities with the University of Galway. This post will provide General Surgery cover in a busy University teaching hospital in the West of Ireland. To apply: Please submit CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or via https://www.rezoomo.com/job/58261 Closing date for receipt of CVs: Monday 4th December at 10.00am. Informal enquiries to: Ms Judith McLucas – 0035391 544000 email@example.com Or Mr. Alan Hussey – 0035391 544000 firstname.lastname@example.org (Please note no applications will be accepted via the informal enquiries email address) Please note: Any information provided to prospective applicants, applicants or shortlisted candidates by any parties does not form part of the contract, forms no part of the selection process and is only an informal process. The reference name of the post must be clearly stated on all correspondence in relation to the post. Application Process: Applicants must complete the application process as detailed below. Presentation: If you are shortlisted for interview, you may be asked to make a presentation to the Selection Committee. The title and length of the presentation will be advised in advance of the interview(s). The time and length of the presentation must be strictly adhered to. Presentation instructions are provided. Referees: The names and addresses of three referees must be submitted with your application, two of whom should be from recent appointments. The Hospital may also refer to present and former employers for reference purposes without further notification to the applicant. An applicant having any reservations on this matter should state on cover letter at the time of application. Please be assured that we will only collect the details and contact referees should you come under consideration after the final interview stage. Thesis Clarification: If a thesis has been submitted but not granted, the applicant should clarify the status of the thesis in their Curriculum Vitae. Expenses: Galway University Hospital will not be liable for travelling or other expenses incurred by applicants who may be required to attend for interview(s). Amendments to the Curriculum Vitae: Amendments/ addendums to Curriculum Vitae are not accepted once the Short listing meeting has taken place. Addendums are not accepted at Interview. Short-listed candidates will be invited to Interview to update the Selection Committee on any changes to Curriculum Vitae since submission. Personal Data: Curriculum Vitae must contain the following information: Home Address, Irish Address (if available), Home Telephone Number, Irish Telephone Number (if available), Mobile Number, Irish Mobile number (if available), Email address, Irish Medical Council (IMC) Registration Number (if registered with IMC), Registration Number(s) for Medical Councils outside the jurisdiction.
Contract Type: The post is temporary, on a Public Only Consultant Contract 2023, with a commitment of 37 hours to Galway University Hospital Professional Qualification and/ or Experience 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 General Surgery. Post Details: Galway University Hospital is a level 4 hospital which offers exciting training, subspecialty and research opportunities with the University of Galway. This post will provide General Surgery cover in a busy University teaching hospital in the West of Ireland. To apply: Please submit CV to email@example.com or via Rezoomo Closing date for receipt of CVs: Monday 4th December at 10.00am. Informal enquiries to: Ms Judith McLucas – 0035391 544000 firstname.lastname@example.org Or Mr. Alan Hussey – 0035391 544000 email@example.com (Please note no applications will be accepted via the informal enquiries email address) Please note: Any information provided to prospective applicants, applicants or shortlisted candidates by any parties does not form part of the contract, forms no part of the selection process and is only an informal process. The reference name of the post must be clearly stated on all correspondence in relation to the post. Application Process: Applicants must complete the application process as detailed below. Presentation: If you are shortlisted for interview, you may be asked to make a presentation to the Selection Committee. The title and length of the presentation will be advised in advance of the interview(s). The time and length of the presentation must be strictly adhered to. Presentation instructions are provided. Referees: The names and addresses of three referees must be submitted with your application, two of whom should be from recent appointments. The Hospital may also refer to present and former employers for reference purposes without further notification to the applicant. An applicant having any reservations on this matter should state on cover letter at the time of application. Please be assured that we will only collect the details and contact referees should you come under consideration after the final interview stage. Thesis Clarification: If a thesis has been submitted but not granted, the applicant should clarify the status of the thesis in their Curriculum Vitae. Expenses: Galway University Hospital will not be liable for travelling or other expenses incurred by applicants who may be required to attend for interview(s). Amendments to the Curriculum Vitae: Amendments/ addendums to Curriculum Vitae are not accepted once the Short listing meeting has taken place. Addendums are not accepted at Interview. Short-listed candidates will be invited to Interview to update the Selection Committee on any changes to Curriculum Vitae since submission. Personal Data: Curriculum Vitae must contain the following information: Home Address, Irish Address (if available), Home Telephone Number, Irish Telephone Number (if available), Mobile Number, Irish Mobile number (if available), Email address, Irish Medical Council (IMC) Registration Number (if registered with IMC), Registration Number(s) for Medical Councils outside the jurisdiction.
Love cheese? If you are looking for an exciting Christmas job that immerses you into the Irish food scene, spending your days talking about cheese - this is the job for you!We are looking for seasonal staff (no previous experience needed) for all our locations around the country. We offer a fun atmosphere working with great people, and a fabulous staff discount. (MUST BE AVAILABLE UP TO DECEMBER 31st) We need people who can sell great cheese, people who can make the connection between the producers of this food and the people who will be consuming it. This involves telling stories, tasting the food, and sharing knowledge and experience. Working for Sheridans Cheesemongers is an opportunity to gain skill, and deep knowledge of Irish and European food production and culture. The candidate must have a passion for food, and a willingness to learn. They must enjoy conversation, and understand the importance of working with and promoting artisan food products. JOB DESCRIPTION JOB TITLE: Seasonal Retail Assistant (fixed-term, part-time) DEPARTMENT: Retail 1. Scope of Position Sheridans staff are charged with providing top quality customer service in a sometimes fast-paced environment, for maintaining Sheridans Cheesemongers' high standard of personal, exemplary customer service and unique approach to offering local food, producers and culture. Sheridans staff are responsible for maintaining cleanliness in retail and storage areas. 2. Key Responsibilities • Learn about all current products in range and be familiar with dairy, deli, ambient categories. • Work in a fast-paced, sometimes crowded, sales environment with tact and patience. • Receive product deliveries and organize their storage in their designated areas. • Merchandise/arrange/display cheese and other items in the retail space. • Learn/maintain food safety standards required of a safety-inspected food environment. • Prepare and display cheese as instructed by team leaders or managers. • Maintain cheese signs and displays throughout the day. • Display beautiful, festive food hampers. • Work with team to ensure products are sold well before their expiration date; stock rotation; FODL etc. • Report any issues with product, customers, or otherwise to Team Leaders or Retail Managers. • Participate in quarterly stocktaking of inventory. • Daily maintenance: keep displays full; date rotation; help control stock levels. • Collect and remove rubbish and recycling from the around the counter floor when needed. • Other ad hoc duties & responsibilities as needed as directed by Team Leader and/or Retail Managers. 3. Department Structure Reporting to: Team Leader and Retail Manager Working with: Cheesemongers and Team Leader(s) Manage/Supervise: n/a 4. QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE • A year working in similar retail setting or company to Sheridans preferable; • Some knowledge of Irish and European farmhouse cheese; • HACCP trained or awareness of HACCP/Food Safety in Retail; • Interest in cheese and other local, artisan foods; • Self-motivated with ability to work independently; • Conversation and listening skills; • Outgoing, cheerful, friendly personality; • Excellent communication skills; • Organised and calm under pressure; • Available weekends and some evenings to support business needs. Hourly Salary Range: from €11.80 to €12.80