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Deli Assistant

CentraBallylongford, Kerry

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:

11 days ago

Home Sharing - Host Families

St Michael’s HouseNationwide

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

9 days ago

Staff Grade

Health Service ExecutiveKerryFull-timePart-time

Job Title: HBS07566 Phlebotomist, Staff Grade Reference: HBS07566 Contract Type: Permanent Part-time Closing date: 28/01/2020 12:00 Proposed Interview Date: To Be Confirmed Post Specific Related Information: 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 HBS07566 Phlebotomist, Staff Grade 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. Internal / External: External County: Kerry Location: South/ South West Hospital Group There is currently one permanent part-time (WTE 0.86) post available in the Phlebotomy Department, University Hospital Kerry A panel may be created from this campaign for University Hospital Kerry from which current and future permanent and specified purpose vacancies of full time or part time duration may be filled. HSE Area: HSE South Category: Health and Social Care Professionals Informal Enquiries: Lorraine O’ Sullivan, Senior Phlebotomist Email: Lorraine.osullivan3@hse.ie Telephone: 066 7184233 Application Details: Please return completed applications to: Post: Olivia McSharry, Aras Slainte Building, Hospital Road, Manorhamilton, Co. Leitrim E-mail: applyalliedhealth@hse.ie All information listed below relates to NCHD Posts Only Grade: Discipline: Speciality: Hospital:

8 days ago

Head Of Innovation

FexcoKerryPermanent

Fexco is currently recruiting for a Head of Innovation to lead our central innovation team. The role will ideally be based in Kerry but location is flexible. Location Nationwide Contract Type Permanent Closing Date 29/01/2020 ABOUT THE ROLE Fexco is looking for a Head of Innovation to lead our central innovation team. This team works with internal and external teams to identify and develop new opportunities for value creation for the company. The role will report to the Director of Strategic Business Development and will ideally be based in Kerry – though we want to talk to interesting people so if the location doesn’t suit, don’t let that stop you from talking to us. Fexco is an organisation driven by entrepreneurism, constantly identifying new opportunities across a wide variety of sectors. Check out our website to get a flavour. Your challenge is to continue the development and implementation of scalable and effective innovation processes that help our people to rapidly deliver new solutions solving market needs. The role is critical to driving momentum and managing the total innovation journey from ideation to customer needs discovery, assumption-busting to prototyping, business modelling to co-creation with partners. You will own the innovation process, deliver projects and internal startups working with subject matter experts and both dedicated and matrix teams. You must excite and evangelise within Fexco, and be brilliant at running discovery and ideation workshops using well-understood processes. ABOUT YOU We’ll expect you to be experienced in delivering innovation projects using established tools and techniques. You’ll be driven and impatient while also bringing people on the innovation journey. High-energy is a must. You will manage a dedicated team with varied skills and backgrounds, be responsible for our R&D activities with academic partners and manage the delivery of multiple projects with effective allocation of resources. Externally, you will engage with co-creation partners and build a systemized knowledge to capture the evolution of people and things relevant to Fexco activities. Your experience may come from the startup or corporate innovation world, we’ve room for both. We’re not fussy about your education background but we’ll want to see evidence of what you’ve delivered and how you delivered it. Fexco is proud to support and promote a diverse and inclusive workplace.

7 days ago

Retail Betting Assistant

Paddy PowerKillarney

Role Title: Retail Betting Assistant Team: Retail Operations Department: Irish Retail Reporting Relationship: Shop Manager Location: Ireland Who They Are: We lead the market through innovation, offer best-in-class and personalised gambling experiences, provide entertainment and a safe responsible gambling experience. Our Retail Betting Assistants are at the core to making this happen. They are the first point of contact with our customers; responsible for meeting, greeting and providing them with the “best in-class and personalised” customer service. They will be on hand to help by answering questions, demonstrating product knowledge and taking bets. What do they do: Our Retail Betting Assistants … If you think you have the skills and behaviours required for this role, then apply for a job today with us! Equal Opportunities Employer & Supports Workforce Diversity Paddy Power Betfair plc is an international sports betting and gaming operator, with a market-leading presence in the UK, Ireland, Australia and the USA, as well as a range of operations across Europe including Romania, Portugal and Malta. We operate six sports betting and gaming brands; Paddy Power, Betfair, Adjarabet, Sportsbet, FanDuel and TVG. We are online-led, mobile-led and sports-led: and our proprietary technology, unique products and innovative marketing all combine to offer a superb experience to our five million customers worldwide. Our spirit, talent and ambition has taken us into the FTSE 100 index of the London Stock Exchange and we now employ over 7,000 people in sixteen locations across the globe; from Dublin to Los Angeles, and London to Melbourne. Our culture rewards innovation, teamwork and we like to stay fast-moving in a dynamic industry.

6 days ago

Beauty Therapist

Thérapie ClinicTralee, KerryFull-time

All laser training provided for the right candidate (must have ITEC, CIBTAC or equivalent beauty qualifications such as NVQ Level 3 or above) If you would like to join our team and be part of the journey of one of the beauty industry's most exciting medical and aesthetics group please apply today! Find us online: Website: https://www.therapieclinic.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/therapieclinics Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TherapieClinics/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therapieclinic Keywords: beauty, laser, specialist, customer service, sales, injectables, aesthetic, targets, incentives, bonus,therapist, skin, front of house, reception, Kerry, Tralee

6 days ago

Assistant Staff Officer

Kerry Education and Training BoardTralee, County Kerry€28,189 - €45,554 per yearFull-timePermanent

Nature of Post Permanent full-time position 37 hours per week Location Appointment is to the Scheme – Kerry ETB reserves the right to assign a staff member to any other location, as the service exigencies require. Your centre of first assignment will beK erry Education and Training Board Head Office, Centrepoint, John Joe Sheehy Road, Tralee. Reporting/Accountability Relationship The Assistant Staff Officer reports to the Department Head, Deputy Head or the Grade V in the FETS Department. Post Summary/Purpose The Assistant Staff Officer is a support/supervisory position within Kerry ETB and is assigned responsibility for the day to day operation of a work area, section or team.The Assistant Staff Officer works as part of a team, supporting managers and colleagues to meet work goals and objectives and to deliver quality services to internal and external customers. The post holder will be responsible for the implementation of work programmes to achieve goals and targets. The Post Holder will be required to be flexible, and undertake duties to support the work of the FETS Department as a whole. The Post Holder will promote and maintain best practices throughout the FETS Department to ensure a quality service is delivered at all times. Key Responsibilities:  Assist with the collation of information/documentation & other preparatory work required for the BTEI ESF Annual Financial Return.  Support the Grade V in responding to BTEI Audit Queries as they arise.  Responsible with the Head of Department for reviewing & updating the BTEI Procedures Manual as per Paragraph 9.2 of the Administrative Agreement between the ESF Designated Body & Kerry ETB.  Ensure all BTEI documentation i.e. Correspondence with Learners, Letter of Offer of Employment to Teachers/Tutors, Course Request Forms, Course Approval Forms, Schedules of Work, Advertisements, Brochures etc., acknowledges the support of the ESF (PEIL 2014 – 2020) & is reviewed on a regular basis.  Responsible for maintaining an ESF Information & Communication File to demonstrate Kerry ETB’s compliance with the ESF Regulations including proof that the participants have been made aware of the ESF’s support for the BTEI Programme.  Support the Grade V with the BTEI Tuition Hours Reconciliation Reports i.e. Course Approval: Letters of Offer: Attendance as per Class Registers: DCS & ESI Expenditure Reports  BTEI Tuition Fees Report: Reconciliation of participants to: BTEI SW Form 2, BTEI HSE MC Form 1, & Skills to Advance Forms.  Ensuring all participants recorded on the Class Register are recorded on the SOLAS PLSS Database  Recording the Common Immediate Result Indicators for each participant on the SOLAS PLSS Database (BTEI CIRI Form 1)  Maintaining & updating the FETS A3 CID & Fixed Term/Substitution Tuition Hours Tracking Spreadsheet  Support the Grade V in reviewing and updating the Director of FETs combined Parttime FE Programme CID Tracking Spreadsheet  Ensure and assist in the timely preparation and completion of monthly FET Programme budget reports.  Reviewing the monthly budget reports/creditors expenditure analysis reports & ensuring relevant items are entered on the Fixed Asset Register.  Plan and prioritise work in terms of importance, timescales and other resource constraints, re-prioritising in light of changing circumstances for self and relevant staff team.  Maintain a strong focus on self-development, seeking feedback and opportunities for growth.  Comply with Health & Safety Regulations and Fire Safety Regulations  Any other duties which may be designated from time to time in line with Kerry ETB Strategic priorities. The above list of accountabilities may be varied having regard to the changing needs of the FETS Department and the terms of the post can include delivery of responses to unpredictable work demands as they arise. Person Specification The following are the essential requirements for appointment to this post: Essential requirements: As per CL 0008/2017 and CL 46/2017, candidates for a Grade 1V post must:  Have the requisite knowledge, skills and competencies to carry out the role. Competencies will be informed by best practice Public Appointment Service competency frameworks for the Irish Public Service;  Be capable and competent of fulfilling the role to a high standard;  Have obtained at least Grade D3 in five subjects in the Leaving Certificate Examination (higher, ordinary, applied or vocational programmes) or equivalent or have passed an examination at the appropriate level within the QQI qualifications framework which can be assessed as being comparable to Leaving Certificate standard or equivalent or higher or have appropriate relevant experience which encompasses equivalent skills and expertise; Desirable Criteria  Achieved or be at an advanced stage of working towards a Level 6 qualification or higher on the National Framework of Qualifications  Ability to analyse complex issues  Excellent administrative and IT Skills  Strong Communication Skills, both written and oral  Demonstrable initiative  Strong attention to detail Competences required Kerry ETB Core Values of Respect, Quality, Equality, Inclusion and Learning are the guiding principles of the organisation and underpin the competencies required to fulfil this role. The person appointed to the above post will be required to show evidence of the following competences: People Management  Consults and encourages the full engagement of the team, encouraging open and constructive discussions around work issues  Gets the best out of individuals and the team, encouraging good performance and addressing any performance issues that may arise  Values and supports the development of others and the team  Encourages and supports new and more effective ways of working  Deals with tensions within the team in a constructive fashion  Encourages, listens to and acts on feedback from the team to make improvements  Actively shares information, knowledge and expertise to help the team to meet it’s objectives  Acts as an effective link between staff and other managers Information Management and Decision Making  Follow procedures and ensures they are implemented in own area, understanding the rationale behind them  Reviews completed work regularly and acts on learning points  Evaluates current work practices to identify changes that could be made to improve efficiencies  Can work effectively on a number of tasks at the same time  Is comfortable working with and manipulating a range of data, e.g. numerical, written etc.  Makes sound appropriate decisions in a confident manner and can justify and stand by them Delivery of Results  Assumes personal responsibility for and delivers on agreed objectives/goals  Manages and progresses multiple projects and work activities successfully  Accurately estimates time parameters for projects and manages own time efficiently, anticipating obstacles and making contingencies for overcoming these  Maintains a strong focus on meeting the needs of customers at all times  Ensures all outputs are delivered to a high standard and in an efficient manner  Use resources effectively, at all times challenging processes to improve efficiencies Interpersonal & Communication Skills  Shows respect, tact and maintains composure when dealing with customers or staff members  Demonstrates the ability to be assertive and negotiate when necessary, communicating in a fluent, logical, clear and convincing manner whilst remaining approachable and polite  Is able to listen effectively and develop a two-way dialogue quickly  Maintains a strong focus on meeting the needs of internal and external customers  Influences others by actively listening and clearly expressing their position  Produces written letters/reports in a clear and concise manner Specialist Knowledge, Expertise and Self Development  Displays high level of skills/expertise in own area and provides guidance to colleagues  Has a clear understanding of the role, objectives and targets and how they support the service delivered by the Department/ETB and can communicate this to the team.  Leads by example, demonstrating the importance of development by setting time aside for development initiatives for self and the team.  Is proactive in keeping up to date on issues and key developments that may impact on own area, the Department and/or wider ETB service Drive & Commitment to Public Service Values  Consistently strives to perform at a high level, demonstrating flexibility and finding solutions to overcome obstacles or setbacks  Serves the Government and people of Ireland  Can work independently without excessive guidance or support  Demonstrates resilience in the face of significant demands and challenges  Ensures that customer service is at the heart of own/team work  Is personally honest and trustworthy  Acts with integrity and encourages this in others

5 days ago

Team Leader

FexcoCahersiveen, KerryFull-time

Fexco Managed Business and Solutions Outsourcing (MBSO) are currently recruiting for a Team Leader to join the SEAI team based in Cahirciveen, Co. Kerry on a fixed-term, full time basis. Location Ireland - Kerry Contract Type Fixed Term Contract Closing Date 31/01/2020 About Fexco Fexco is one of Ireland’s leading private companies, based in Killorglin, Co Kerry. Founded in 1981, it has grown to employ almost 1000 people in Ireland and 2300 worldwide. The company has a range of businesses, spanning technology, payments and business services. Fexco Managed Business Services & Outsourcing is one of Ireland’s leading outsourced services providers, delivering a high quality service to a range of Government and Commercial clients. The quality, integrity and commitment of our employees is key to our continued sustainable growth. Assessed through the Great Place to Work robust ‘Trust Index’ survey we have been recognised as one of the Best Large Workplaces in Ireland in 2019. About the Role As Team Leader within the contact centre your main purpose is to support, manage and develop your team. Through effective management you will ensure the agreed SLA’s between the client and the contact centre are achieved. As Team Leader your behaviour will be seen and mirrored within the team which will lead to an effective, inspirational and result driven environment. Key Responsibilities Is this you? If you have the passion to succeed in a growing and innovative organisation and have the desired background we would like to hear from you now. Fexco is proud to support and promote a diverse and inclusive workplace.

5 days ago

Education Co-Ordinator

Kerry Rape & Sexual Abuse CentreTralee, County Kerry€40,619 - €59,053 per yearPart-time

RECRUITMENT OPPORTUNITY Education Co-Ordinator FIXED TERM CONTRACT Expressions of interest are invited for the post of Education Co-Ordinator on a part-time basis under a fixed term contract from March 2020 to Feb 2022 The successful applicant will be based in KRSAC in Tralee but may be scheduled to work at different times in other locations in Kerry. Normal working hours are between 9am and 5pm, Mon – Friday. They will report to the Centre Manager . Information about KRSAC, the Job Description and Person Specification are attached. The Opportunity: The role is a key managerial position within KRSAC and will direct the formation and delivery of awareness programmes for statutory & voluntary agencies and young people in educational settings. The candidate will have a breath of experience in learning and education and be able to demonstrate strong leadership, interpersonal, teamwork and management abilities. Demonstrated experience of developing & delivery of awareness programmes and competency in, the direct delivery of programmes to Schools/Youth settings & community/statutory agencies is required. A training qualification is essential and previous training in sexual violence would be a distinct advantage. Salary scale: €40,619 - €59,053 (Pro rata for part-time staff) It is anticipated that new entrants to the KRSAC will be appointed on the 1st point of the scale. Incremental credit, should it be awarded, will be based on previous relevant experience as set out on the application form. The salary scale is based on the equivalent of a Professional Qualified Social Worker post in Tusla To apply, please submit a comprehensive CV together with a one-page cover letter outlining how you meet the requirements of the role, to be received no later than 12 noon on 8th February 2020. Applications must be submitted by email to managerkrcc@eircom.net or by post or by hand to: Manager Kerry Rape & Sexual Abuse Centre 5 Greenview Terrace Tralee Co Kerry Late, incomplete or handwritten applications will not be accepted. Kerry Rape & Sexual Abuse Centre / Service is an equal opportunities employer. Region: Co Kerry Expiry date: 08/02/20 Date Entered/Updated: 16/01/20 Information regarding KRSAC     Kerry Rape & Sexual Abuse Centre (KRSAC) provides a range of counselling & support services to women & men and young people (aged 14 upwards) who have experienced any form of sexual violence at any time in their lives. KRSAC is unique as the services are free and are provided by a team of highly qualified professionals. The services include; face to face counselling, helpline counselling, support groups, garda and court accompaniment, advocacy, crisis intervention & supplemental services for supporters & significant others. KRSAC also delivers prevention & awareness programmes to young people in schools, colleges & other youth settings.       Job Description _________________________________________________________________   Education Co-Ordinator     Main Duties:   Programme and Operational Management ·        Manage, support and quality assure all educational programmes and offerings ·        Report on effectiveness of all programmes and offers to key external stakeholders ·        Manage the educational budget   Programme Design and Development ·        Lead and develop new programmes ·        Design and test new educational offerings ·        Evaluate programmes   Education, Research and Policy ·        Manage research projects to inform programme design. ·        Quality assure educational practices and delivery. ·        Collaborate with key education and research stakeholders, as well as young people, to advance policy             Person Specifications    Education Qualifications and Attainments ·        A degree in a relevant discipline - education/social studies/counselling/psychotherapy etc. ·        A Training/ facilitation qualification   Essential Knowledge and Experience ·        A minimum of 3 years’ experience in the field of education/management/support services at a senior level ·        Proven skills in managing key stakeholder relationships and demonstration of partner development work. ·        Strong, efficient project and people management skills. ·        IT Skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. ·        Proven report writing skills/ funding applications ·        Understanding and appreciation of the current voluntary sector context ·        Garda Vetting and a full clean driver’s licence required    Successful Candidate ·        Will share our passion and drive to ensure all students in Kerry have access to our Sexual Consent & Healthy Relationships Programme. ·        Be committed to education & tackling societal attitudes in relation to Sexual violence ·        Have an in-depth understanding of the analysis of sexual violence       Desirable Skills, Abilities and Experience ·        Demonstrated ability to absorb, analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources. ·        Strong communication skills, both orally and in writing ·        Have previous experience in the information or voluntary sector ·        Proven ability to represent, negotiate and communicate on a client’s behalf ·        Ability to work on own initiatives and as a member of a team, working effectively within the support and supervision structures operated by the CIS ·        Ability to interpret and implement organisational policy.

5 days ago

Lit 2020

TLI GroupTralee, KerryGraduate

Job Introduction TLI Group is a premier utility contractor, specialising in the maintenance and construction of Electrical and Telecommunications infrastructure. TLI Group’s continued growth has been achieved by gaining new and repeat business through building on a solid reputation in the delivery of projects to the highest standard and through forming very strong and valued client relationships. Our teams have offices in Northern Ireland, Great Britain and throughout Ireland. The positions are based in both Limerick and Tralee offices. We have variety of roles based around engineering, mainly Deign Technician, Planning, Scheduling, Civil Engineering, Quantity Surveying, Health and Safety Officer, and associated support roles. This is an excellent opportunity to join and ultimately represent a rapidly expanding company, working at the heart of the business. Main Responsibilities Main duties will look to support the following functions dependent upon you specific interest and there being a requirement at the time. (this is a non-exhaustive list); Cad Technicians and Designers AutoCAD support to the TLI Group - Completion where necessary of on-site surveys, survey drawings, architectural design drawings, engineering design drawings, Overhead & underground fibre line design work and work generally associated with the design & construction of fibre lines. Assistance in relation to the compilation of Feasibility Studies Identification of Land Owners and preparation of associated mapping. Civil Engineering Overhead Lines (and underground cables) & Telecoms Build - Assistance in relation to the overall civil build process. Compilation of Planning Applications where required. Attendance at meetings/conferences remote from TLI Group Head Office if required. Tender Submissions - assistance in relation to document compilation etc. Quantity Surveying Prepare and update fully priced detailed bills of quantities/estimates c/w labour hours and material costs. Assisting in the preparation of tender packages and tender submissions and preparing hand over files Monitoring, collating, checking, inputting and formulating quote data to produce the project estimate. Assisting in the setting terms of contracts with subcontractors, protecting the company's legal position Assisting in sub contract management and in time, taking responsibility for your own subcontractors The Ideal Candidate Qualifications Completed a recognised and related Degree Driving License Knowledge Proficient use and knowledge of software such as AutoCAD (where required), Word, Excel & Outlook Ability to evidence recent relevant design experience Skills Experience in people and line leadership Developed client facing skills with a client orientated approach Commercially astute Ability to work with minimum supervision Ability to work within a team Excellent Communication, Interpersonal, Organisational & Planning Skills Proficient in AutoCAD & design tools Able to balance competing priorities and meet personal targets within a fluctuating & demanding workload Attitudes Committed to TLI Company Mission, Vision and Values and Business Objectives Customer focus; Professional; Honesty and Integrity Positive and flexible approach Open to innovation and collaboration Right first time approach Proactive with the ability to think ahead. Strong personality and professional attitude About The Company TLI Group is a utility infrastructure consultancy and construction company, operating extensively within the utilities sector in Ireland, the UK and internationally. Designing, building and commissioning overhead power lines, electrical substations and Telecom Networks are the company's core expertise. Since inception, TLI Group has executed countless projects within these area's and has always delivered works of utmost quality and integrity, on time and in budget. TLI Group is a contractor to SIRO (The ESB/Vodafone Joint Venture), and is tasked with designing and delivering a Fibre to the Building network via the existing electrical network. Building on its vast experience and having a highly-qualified & skilled workforce has made it possible for the company to expand its portfolio. We can also deliver comprehensive contracts involving the securing of planning permission, design, construction, refurbishment and maintenance of renewable solar and windfarm network connections to the national grid. TLI Group has operated extensively with various clients, in the upgrading, refurbishment and renewal of infrastructure networks across Ireland and the UK. TLI Group provide a nationwide service of unrivalled safety, quality and professionalism. TLI Group plays a leading role in promoting the development of the utility infrastructure and thus providing a safe, reliable and sustainable network for future generations Our Company Values: Safety – Delivery – Customer – Flexibility – People – Teamwork Package Description Salary commensurate with experience Emphasis on career development Voluntary Pension available on completion of probation Sick pay after completion of probation

2 days ago
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