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POS Merchandiser

Lites GroupNationwide€400 - €700 per weekFull-timePart-time

Lites Group are recruiting merchandisers nationwide. Full time and part time positions available with great flexibility in hours. The role involves the placement of various point of sale materials in a variety of outlets, it can be supermarkets, pubs, events etc. Our clients are all recognisable brands within the everyday life. Some campaigns are weekly placements and some are on a regular ad hoc basis. You would be responsible for the merchandising and any point of sale placement in 4 large supermarkets within your territory. Depending on what the client demands are for that week, the number of hours could vary between 10 and 30 hours per week during busy periods. On top of this, if any other ad hoc campaigns arise in your territory, the option is there aswell to take on more work. The ideal candidate will ideally have -  * One years experience in retail merchandising or be familiar with the retail world * Own Transport (most of the time you will carry POS material with you) * Smartphone * Internet access * A mixed tool kit Full training will be provided with everyday support by your manager. If you would like to earn an income with great flexibility apply today to be part of our merchandising team.

2 days ago

Wind Turbine Technicians (Entry and Experienced Level)

WindhoistNationwideFull-timeEntry level

Do you have skills developed from working in the farming industry? If so, you can use those skills to transition your career to work in one of today’s fastest growing industries. Windhoist, one of the world’s leading wind turbine installation contractors, has immediate opportunities available for Entry level and Experienced Wind Turbine Technicians. Working with Windhoist will afford you the opportunity to gain globally recognised skills, qualifications and experience in the rapidly growing renewables sector ensuring employment for your future. If you are physically strong and are not afraid of hard work, an ambitious self-starter with a strong work ethic then Windhoist is the employer for you. Rate of pay commensurate with experience based on a progressive scale. Candidates should be willing to work outside of Ireland for up to four weeks at a time. Immediate start for the right candidates.

9 days ago

Vodafone Field Sales Representative

SalesSense InternationalNationwide€19,250Full-timeEntry level

The successful Candidate will operate as a Sales Executive for the residential market (B2C) on behalf of Vodafone in a defined geographical area selling television packages, fixed lines & broadband to homes. You will play an essential part in the growth of our business whilst representing one of the most recognisable brands in the world. You will be required to deliver results in line with individual, team and overall business objectives. This is a full-time position, Mon – Fri. Full, paid, classroom style training is provided for the successful candidate. Many of our most successful sales representatives have come from a variety of different backgrounds, not just sales, which is why we hire for attitude and train for success. If you are a self-starter with a great attitude and the determination to create your own success story, then you will excel in this role with the guidance and award winning training offered by SalesSense Benefits

25 days ago

Ground Ops Controller - Shannon Airport

Westair AviationShannon, ClarePermanentFull-time

Westair Aviation Ltd. has a vacancy for a Full Time Ground Operations Controller. Duties include:

24 days ago

Music Teachers Wanted for Sept 2019 - Leinster Area

Creative KeyboardsNationwide€30 per yearPart-time

Teachers wanted to teach beginner keyboard as an after school activity in Primary schools. Positions available in the following locations: This role would suit a student or parent returning to work with music experience up to Grade 4 in Piano. Group teaching. Experience with 5 - 10 year olds required. Car essential. €30 per hour. Lesson plans provided. Must be free from 1pm 3/5 afternoons per week for 2/3 hours.

22 days ago

Senior Psychologist - Limerick Services

Daughters of CharityLimerick79,918 - 87,987Full-time

Daughters of Charity Disability Support Services Applications are invited for the following position MDT – LIMERICK SERVICES SENIOR PSYCHOLOGIST FULL TIME PERMANENT Salary; €79,918- €87,987 Req. No.: Snr/Psych/18893 As a senior psychologist you will join a highly motivated multi – disciplinary team working with adults with moderate and severe/profound intellectual disabilities and with their families. You will also have an opportunity to work in specialist areas such as challenging behaviour autism and dementia. Along with the ability to carry out all duties detailed in the job description, applicants must have: • Hold a recognised university degree or diploma with first or second class honours in which Psychology was taken as major subject and honours obtained in that subject • Have a recognised professional post – graduate qualification in Clinical, or Counselling Psychology and • Have at least 5 years post graduate experience in Clinical or Counselling Psychology • If the applicant qualified outside the Republic of Ireland, their qualifications have been validated by the P.S.I./Department of Health, with proof of validation submitted with the application Applicants should: • Meet the Psychological Society of Ireland and Dept. of Health guidelines for employment as a Senior Clinical or Counselling Psychologist in the Health Services • Have an interest and experience in working with ADULTS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES (with or without a diagnosis of autism), who experience mental health difficulties and/or behaviours of concern *Applicants should possess Level 2 behavioural competencies of DOCDSS competency framework; This can be found on the last page of the Job Description Informal enquiries to: Michelle Doyle Assistant CEO Limerick North Tipperary.  Tel: 061-216933 /061-501427 ‘A panel may be formed from which future Psychology posts may be filled’ To apply please go to our website We are unable to shortlist applications unless the following is submitted by all candidates, including internal staff: *Curriculum Vitae along with a copy of relevant qualification in one PDF Document Closing date for receipt of applications: @ 12 noon on Monday 30th September 2019 Daughters of Charity Disability Support Services is an equal opportunities employer ****************************************************************************************************** JOB DESCRIPTION JOB TITLE: SENIOR CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST – DUBLIN SERVICE RESPONSIBLE TO: HEAD OF DEPARTMENT EMPLOYING AUTHORITY: DAUGHTERS OF CHARITY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 1. To co-ordinate and monitor the caseload in order that clients and families receive optimum benefit from the psychological service. 2. Undertake psychological assessments and carry out appropriate therapy for clients and those referred to the service on a residential or day attendance basis. 3. Maintaining proper records of services provided, ensuring all client assessments are filed appropriately in a manner compatible with the F.O.I. act. 4. Initiate, implement and monitor interventions as appropriate to the professional standards of a psychologist.. 5. Provide on-going support, information and assistance to employees working with service users. 6. Maintaining collaborative working relationships with psychology colleagues and other members of the multi-disciplinary team. 7. Provide professional reports as necessary and co-operate in appropriate research projects approved by the Service. 8. Maintain detailed statistical or other records relating to psychology. 9. To furnish as requested reports or other statistical information. 10. To work as part of the multi disciplinary team and participate in case conferences as requested. 11. Participate in the supervision of basic grade psychologists and the training of psychology students as necessary. 12. Monitoring and keeping up to date with new developments in the area of psychology. 13. Participate in the annual performance review system.  14. Ensure that each person with an intellectual disability is treated with the utmost respect and dignity. 15. Ensure the health and safety policy is fully complied with. 16. To maintain a high standard in relation to assessment, diagnostic, therapeutic and recording procedures. 17. Maintaining and promoting good relationships with all other disciplines and working within the agreed policies and codes of practice. 18. Ensure that confidentiality is maintained at all times in relation to all aspects of work. 19. Maintain a high standard of work performance, attendance, appearance and punctuality. 20. Ensure good working relationships are maintained with colleagues. 21. Any other duties as may be required from time to time. The above job description is not intended to be a comprehensive list of duties and responsibilities and consequently the post holder may be required to perform other duties as appropriate to the post which may be assigned to him/her from time to time and to contribute to the development of the post when in office. This job description may change in line with the changing needs and objectives of the Daughters of Charity Service. Core Competencies  Quality Service • Pro-active and uses Initiative. • Undertakes holistic approach to ensure the best possible service is provided. • Ability to encourage and develop quality led practice initiatives. • Demonstrates an ability to evaluate, audit and review practice • Provides a flexible service that is responsive to the needs of the service user, colleagues and service. • Optimises resources within own areas to achieve appropriate outcomes. • Identifies and prioritises the requirements of change within own service area at all times considering how it will affect other parts of the organisation. Planning & Organising • Effective use of time focussed on managing self and developing others in a busy working environment. • Sets clear, realistic goals and targets for self and others. • Keeps appropriate and accessible documentation. • Utilises established systems and processes for prioritising and delivering on tasks. • Delegates effectively to ensure objectives are met. • Consistently focuses work effort to where it will have most impact. • Anticipates Problems and issues and takes preventative action to address these. • Demonstrates an ability to plan and deliver care in an effective and resourceful manner within a culture of person-centeredness. • Advance planning to ensure adequate resources are available. • Effective and efficient utilisation of resources. Professionalism • Deals fairly and consistently with others. • Approachable and accountable and professionally courteous with others. • Shows ability to work under pressure; handles stress in a constructive manner. • Self-aware; recognises own response while retaining objectivity. • Is cognisant of own strengths/limitations, and scope of one’s practice. • Shows resilience; keeps others focussed on a successful outcome. • Maintains appropriate level of visibility. • Maintains highest standard of confidentially in all areas of work. Continuous Learning & Development • Participate in the Service Development Review System. • Organises and structures department to create a continuous learning environment. • Creates “on the job” opportunities to address staff learning needs. • Demonstrates application of theory to practice and influences staff in this regard. • Encourages colleagues/team to undertake a broad range of development initiatives and to maintain an active performance development plan. • Mentors, coaches and provides constructive feedback on performance to staff in order to improve capability and confidence. • Acknowledge staff strengths and achievements. Organisational Knowledge • Familiar with Health Service trends related to area of discipline. • Understands the contribution of each department to the organisational goals and objectives • Uses knowledge of mission, values and service structures to deliver on organisational goals. • Understands health strategies relevant to own discipline. Innovation & Creativity • Works within teams to maximise the number of ideas and creative inputs for best outputs. • Encourages others to ‘think outside the box’. • Generates new ideas that have a positive impact on the department/service and its ultimate success. • Creates an environment where people are encouraged to put forward ideas, experiment and learn from their mistakes. • Challenges the status quo to ensure areas for improvement are identified and addressed • Proposes new approaches, methods or technologies. Leadership Potential • Inspires others to consistently perform at a high level and achieve their potential. • Is approachable and treats people in a fair and consistent manner in order to gain trust. • Is seen as an effective leader, setting high standards of behaviour for others to follow and addresses inappropriate behaviour. • Coaches others in maintaining a flexible approach to their work. • Embraces change and looks for ways to make positive changes within the team. • Ability to understand how individuals, at all levels, operate and applies this knowledge to achieve change objectives in the most efficient and effective way. • Seizes opportunities to influence the future direction of departments and the overall business. • Encourages, inspires and supports others to deliver successful outcomes through change. • Is politically attuned, knowing when to communicate with key stakeholders. • Understands importance of getting input and buy-in from others when making decisions. Problem Solving & Decision Making • Is comfortable making decisions with incomplete or uncertain information • Has basic finance and budgeting knowledge and draws on this to make decisions when applicable. • Understands the effect of ones decision on colleagues/service users, departments and the organisation. • Anticipates probable consequences of decisions. • Consults with others to improve decision making. • Takes a proactive approach to problem solving and able to recognise early warning signs of potential problems and takes pre-emptive action. • Demonstrates a reflective approach when dealing with problems, carefully evaluating different options/solutions. • Able to act quickly to address urgent matters. Team work • Fosters a collaborative working team with complementary strengths. • Recognise the talents and contributions each team member brings to the work environment. • Proactively develops and nurtures workplace relationships. • Utilises team skills and attributes in achieving goals. • Encourages input from all team members. • Adapts interpersonal style to engage all members of the team. • Identifies areas of potential conflict within the team and takes steps to resolve it. • Is open and approachable to discuss issues. Communication & Interpersonal Skills • Supports a culture of open communication to maintain a climate of trust and honesty. • Communicates at all levels, both internally and externally. • Supports ideas with appropriate research and information to persuade others. • Focused Listening: Gains’ understanding through accurately clarifying what was heard. • Shares information within – and to – other sections and departments in an open timely manner. • Delivers presentations to groups with confidence and credibility. • Documents important relevant communications. • Facilitates two way communications between conflicting parties. • Uses an appropriate business writing style.

2 days ago

Apprentice Butchers

James Whelan ButchersLimerickFull-timeApprenticeship

Are you looking for a bright future and a rewarding career? Join our team where you will learn on the job and get recognised qualifications as you earn. New shop opening soon at Jetland Shopping Centre, Co. Limerick. If interested please click the Apply Now button or visit We look forward to hearing from you.

1 day ago

Cleaning Opeative

ISS Facility Services IrelandLimerickFull-time

Maternity Cover  Practical:  • Ensure high standard of cleaning as directed by supervisor   • Use of cleaning equipment   • Care of equipment    Customer Relations:  • Encourage good relations with all clients on contract site   • Promptly deal with any queries or complaints   • Promote ISS Ireland    Training:  • Part take in basic induction training for new staff   • Part take in ongoing training from supervisor   • Cooperate with safe working practices (manual handling/safe use of chemicals etc)    HSEQ:  • Ensure safe work practices and procedures are followed on site   • Use of Personal Protective Clothing and Equipment (w/a)  • Understand how ISO fits into daily business operations  • Read, understand and work in accordance with the company’s HSEQ Policies  • Complete tasks in accordance with company HSEQ procedures and work instructions    Other features of the job   It may be necessary to work alternative hours, shift patterns or unsociable hours, including weekends and sometimes more than contracted hours. As part of your job, you will be expected to attend training events and/or meetings and travel to other locations may be required. Local requirements will govern your patterns and locations of work.     To apply for this position, please submit your CV to   Closing date for applications is 23rd August 2019   ISS Facility Services is an equal opportunities employer. 

1 day ago

Mystery Shoppers/Compliance Auditors

Serve LegalNationwidePart-time

Due to recent growth, Serve Legal are currently recruiting Mystery Shopper across Ireland & Northern Ireland to carry out age verification and other compliance audits. Applicants must be aged 18+ and preferably have access to a car although this is not compulsory. Applicants must be observant and willing to travel outside of their local areas if required. A small amount of planning and a short online report submission is required for each audit. You will be paid fortnightly for each audit that you complete, we also cover public transport costs and provide a mileage allowance to help with fuel costs. Our work is flexible and can easily fit around education or other employment. We like to recognise our best auditors with monthly, quarterly and yearly prize awards. Applicants aged 20+ will require access to a car due to the type of work available. Work for applicants aged 20+ will usually be at the weekend and on some weekday evenings. No CV is required, just apply online at . If you would like anymore information about the job, please watch this video: For further information, please email

19 days ago

eir In Store Sales Consultant - Limerick


We are currently recruiting an In-Store Sales Consultant for our Limerick store. Thanks to eir’s extensive fibre infrastructure, driving sales of Mobile, Fixed Line, Broadband and TV packages has made eir stores one of the most exciting places to work and we’re continuing to grow. We’re looking for a Customer focused Sales Consultant with strong attention to detail to join our successful team. This is a full-time position that requires full flexibility for a 5/7 day working week. Our colleagues will be proficient in the following: Customer Service. We believe in putting the customer first and we expect our colleagues to offer a world-class service that encourages customer loyalty. Listening. Our colleagues listen to customers so they can get a greater understanding of our customer’s news and can advise them on what package will best suit their needs. Engagement. Our colleagues engage naturally with our customers to build a rapport that encourages them to come back to our stores. Teamwork. Our colleagues work as part of a team to achieve Store KPI’s as well as individual targets. Technology. Our colleagues have a genuine interest in technology and keep up to date with the latest developments so that they can be confident when advising our customers on our products and services. The Ideal candidate:- Should be highly motivated and passionate about our brand. Should work well as part of a team but can also work on their own initiative. Should have experience in a similar background, but this is not essential. Should have the ability to work under pressure and be target driven. Should have excellent communication and presentation skills. Should have a positive ‘can-do’ attitude. What we offer in return:- Competitive Salary. Uncapped commission. Flexible full-time hours. Our full-time contract is 28-40hrs per week. Full training and continuous support. Opportunities to further your career within the Synchro group

8 days ago
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