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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

Area Sales Manager

Dolan FoodsLongfordFull-time

We are currently recruiting an Area Sales Manager to join our sales team. The successful candidate will be a sales professional with a proven history of business acumen and knowledge of the foodservice industry combined with a customer centric approach to selling. Responsibilities:

28 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

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

Airport Transfer Drivers - French Alps

PowderCab FranceOutside of IrelandFull-timePart-time

Full time (35 hours per week)  /  Part time (25 hours per week)  /  Weekend (Saturday and/or Sunday)  /  Flexible (Weekday hours TBC)  positions available. Driver Job Description: PowderCab are based in Morzine, France and operate transfers between Geneva Airport (occasionally other airports/destinations/city centres) to various ski resorts in the Portes du Soleil and Grand Massif ski areas (occasionally other resorts). Your role as a driver will include (but not limited to) driving paying clients in one of our long wheel based 8-seater minibuses on European alpine roads in a timely, safe, calm and considerate manner.  Above all, candidates must be excellent, aware, careful, considerate and confident drivers. Additional Job Roles: ———————————————————————————————————- The PowderCab office is in central Morzine, and therefore all candidates need to base themselves in Morzine for the full winter season (start of December – mid April). Successful candidates will be on a competitively salaried seasonal contract enabling them purchase lift passes at the seasonal workers lift pass price (considerably cheaper than paying the full amount). We do not provide accommodation, however, we can provide you with a list of seasonal accommodation providers in Morzine. We also provide a week of training at the beginning of December (paid for by PowderCab) which includes an alpine driving awareness and safety course. All candidates must attend and successfully complete the course before contracts begin. *In order to drive in France we will organise a French medical in December to ensure you are medically fit enough to drive paying customers. ———————————————————————————————————- HOW TO APPLY: If you are interested in working for PowderCab and meet all of the above requirements/qualifications and qualities, then please forward us a copy of your CV with a recent photograph by email to Appropriate applicants will then be sent an application form to complete fully and be required to submit 2 approved referees. Applicants who successfully reach the interview stage will be contacted by email or phone. Many thanks and we look forward to hearing from you soon.

13 days ago

Housing Welfare Officer

Longford County CouncilLongford€46,770 - €57,157 per year

This is an opportunity to gain employment in the role of Housing Welfare Officer with Longford County Council. Longford County Council is committed to a policy of open and fair recruitment, in line with good practice, recruitment & selection standards, employment legislation and relevant circulars from the Department of Housing, Planning & Local Government. Candidates should satisfy themselves that they are eligible under the Qualifications to apply for the post of Housing Welfare Officer Where a candidate provides false or misleading information or has deliberately omitted relevant information on their application form this may result in their disqualification from the competition. Housing Welfare Officer Ref: HWO0819   Essential Qualifications 1. Character Each candidate must be of good character.   3. Health Each candidate shall be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service.   3. Education, Training, Experience, etc.:   Each candidate must, on the latest date for receipt of completed applications, must:   (i) possess a recognised professional Social Work and/or Social Care qualification, the National Qualification in Social Work or Certificate in Qualification in Social Work or a recognised qualification in Social Care (level 8).   and   (ii) satisfactory experience in social work/social care that will in the opinion of the local authority enable him or her to discharge the duties of the office.   JOB DESCRIPTION   The Housing Welfare Officer will report to the Director of Services for Housing, Infrastructure, Water, Planning, Building Control, Environment and Emergency Services or such officer or officers of Longford County Council as the Chief Executive or Director of Service may designate for this purpose. The holder of the post will perform such duties as may be assigned from time to time.   The Duties of the Office will involve activities outside normal working hours, including evenings or weekends as required. The duties of this position will involve the facilitation, implementation and promotion of the policies and objectives of Longford County Council’s’ Housing policy. This will include development of estate management, liaison with Travellers, management of Longford County Council’s’ housing stock, welfare of the Council’s tenants, and encouraging full participation by residents in the care and maintenance of the estates. Such duties will include, inter alia.   The duties shall be such as may be assigned to the Housing Welfare Officer and will include the following: -   PARTICULARS OF EMPLOYMENT 1. The Post The post is wholetime and appointment will be permanent. This post is analogous to that of Senior Staff Officer.   2. Location Longford County Council reserves the right to assign the successful candidate to any premises in use by the Council, now or in the future.   The person appointed will be required to report to their place of work by their own means of transport and at their own expense.   3. Commencement Longford County Council shall require a person to whom an appointment is offered to take up such appointment within a period of not more than one month and if they fail to take up the appointment within such period or such other longer period as the Council in its absolute discretion may determine, Longford County Council shall not appoint them.   4. Working Hours The current working hours are 37 hours per week, Monday to Friday. A flexible working system is in operation. Longford County Council reserves the right to alter the hours of work from time to time.   All hours worked are subject to and recorded in accordance with the provisions of the Organisation of Working Time Act, 1997, and the Organisation of Working Time Regulations, 2001. Longford County Council requires employees to record their hours using the Biometric Clocking system.   5. Reporting Arrangements The Housing Welfare Officer will report directly to Director of Services or to any other employee of Longford County Council as the Chief Executive may designate for this purpose.   A system of regular appraisal will be operated during employment, which will involve discussions between the employee and the line manager regarding performance and conduct. 6. Probationary Period of Employment There shall be a period after appointment during which the appointee will hold the position on probation. The period of probation will be prescribed by the Chief Executive. Employment may be terminated during the probationary period should service be deemed by the Chief Executive to be unsatisfactory. Employment may be terminated at the end of the probationary period unless the Chief Executive has certified that the employee had satisfactory service. Tenure of employment following probation will be subject to satisfactory service.   7. Remuneration The current salary scale for the post of Housing Welfare Officer is €46,770 - €57,157 gross per annum (Circular EL 04/2018). The rate of remuneration will be in accordance with nationally approved scales and any revision in same will be applied.   Remuneration is paid fortnightly by PayPath directly to the employee’s nominated bank account. The current wage pay cycle may be revised during the period of employment.   Remuneration is subject to all statutory deductions, e.g. P.A.Y.E. and P.R.S.I. Increments are paid annually subject to satisfactory attendance, conduct and performance and national agreements. Increments may be withheld if performance, attendance and/or conduct are not satisfactory.   8. Superannuation & Retirement A person who becomes a pensionable employee of the County Council will be required in respect of their Superannuation to contribute to the Local Authority at the appropriate rate.   The terms of the Local Government Superannuation (Consolidation) Scheme 1998 as amended or the Public Services Superannuation (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2004 or the Public Service Pensions (Single Scheme & Other Provisions) Act 2012 will apply as appropriate on appointment.   Retirement age for employees is dependent on their relevant contract of employment, with due consideration being given to the rules of the Superannuation Scheme to which they belong.   9. Annual Leave The current annual leave entitlement for Housing Welfare Officer is 30 days per annum , in accordance with the Council’s Annual Leave Policy.   The Chief Executive of Longford County Council retains autonomy with regard to office closures, (e.g. Christmas Office Closure), any days arising from such closure will be reserved from the employee’s annual leave entitlement. Proposed office closure days will be reviewed and advised to all employees each year. 10. Driver’s Licence & Insurance Longford County Council employees may on occasion be required to use their car on official business. In such situations the employee must hold a current clean driver’s licence and have available adequate means of transport.   It is the responsibility of the employee to arrange the appropriate car insurance cover for business use and to indemnify Longford County Council with the indemnity specified on your insurance certificate under the heading “Persons or classes of person who are covered”. Documentation to confirm the appropriate insurance cover will be required to be supplied to the Council on an annual basis.   11. Code of Conduct/Organisation Policies Employees are be required to adhere to all current and future Longford County Council codes of practice including Code of Conduct of Employees and all current and future organisational policies including, but not limited to Health and Safety, Communications, Data Protection, Equality, Staff Mobility, Attendance Management and Use of Electronic Equipment.   12. Training Employees are required to attend and participate fully in training programmes as may be decided by the Council from time to time and to apply their learning in the course of their daily working activities.   13. Health and Safety Regulations Longford County Council as an Employer is obliged to ensure, so far as it is reasonably practicable the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work of all of its employees.  Under the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005, the County Council has a legal duty to exercise all due care and take all protective and preventative measures to protect the Safety, Health and Welfare of its employees.   All employees also have a legal obligation under Safety and Health legislation to co-operate with management and not engage in any improper conduct or behaviour or do anything, which would place themselves or others at risk. Employees must not be under the influence of an intoxicant at the place of work.   Employees must comply with all Safety and Health rules and regulations and attend all required Safety and Health Training.   THE SELECTION PROCESS   1. How to Apply Only fully completed applications forms will be accepted.   Please ensure that: 1.     your application is made on the official application form only – CV’s should not be included Note: your CV will not be accepted as an application or as part of your application. you have fully completed all sections of the application form and included all relevant, detailed and accurate information Note: any offer of employment is subject to the information given on your application form being true. False/misleading information or deliberate omissions may result in termination of employment. 3.     you attach a copy of your educational certificates you submit your application on or before 4:00pm, Wednesday 21st August 2019   Three copies of your completed application form should be forwarded to: Human Resources Department (Competition Ref: HWO0819) Longford County Council Áras an Chontae Great Water Street Longford Applications submitted after the closing date will not be accepted and any claim in relation to the late receipt of application forms will not be entertained unless supported by a certificate of evidence of postage from the appropriate postal authority.   The admission of a person to this competition, or an invitation to take tests or attend for interview is not to be taken as implying that Longford County Council is satisfied that such person fulfils the requirements.   If you do not receive an “acknowledgement-of-receipt” of your application within seven working days of applying, you should contact the Human Resources department by phone: (043) 334 3304, or by email: Longford County Council may need to contact you during the selection process. It is important that your contact details (phone number, postal and email address) as given on your application form are accessible by you at all times.   Longford County Council accepts no responsibility for communication not accessed or received by an applicant.

NaN days ago

Work from Home: Sales and Service Consultant


Work from Home with Wayfair! Sales and Service Consultant - English speaking roles Location: Ireland - In your Home! At Wayfair we believe that Everyone should live in a home they Love! We are now offering you the opportunity to work in the home you love!We are looking for highly motivated team players who want to help us revolutionize the ecommerce market for furniture & home accessories putting our Customers first! The team is responsible for resolving customer issues for our UK customers. We answer a huge variety of customer queries and we help them find the perfect items for their home from our Wayfair website. Become part of a great team and a true Wayfairian! What You'll Do: As a Work from Home Sales & Service Consultant you are the first point of contact for our UK customers by answering their contacts by phone or email. You will support our customers in relation to their orders, products, payment processing and problems that they are encountering. To achieve the best possible result for our Wayfair customers, you will partner with other departments, supplier and logistics stakeholders to drive continuous improvement in delivering a world class experience. All done from the comfort of your own home. Your Work From Home Profile: About Us: Wayfair is one of the world’s largest online destinations for the home. Whether you work in our global headquarters in Boston or Berlin, or in our warehouses or offices throughout the world, we’re reinventing the way people shop for their homes. Through our commitment to industry-leading technology and creative problem-solving, we are confident that Wayfair will be home to the most rewarding work of your career. If you’re looking for rapid growth, constant learning, and dynamic challenges, then you’ll find that amazing career opportunities are knocking. No matter who you are, Wayfair is a place you can call home. We’re a community of innovators, risk-takers, and trailblazers who celebrate our differences, and know that our unique perspectives make us stronger, smarter, and well-positioned for success. We value and rely on the collective voices of our employees, customers, community, and suppliers to help guide us as we build a better Wayfair – and world – for all. Every voice, every perspective matters. That’s why we’re proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship status, marital status, disability, gender identity, gender expression, veteran status, or genetic information Cavan - Apply Here Donegal - Apply Here Kildare - Apply Here Laois - Apply Here Leitrim - Apply Here Longford - Apply Here Louth - Apply Here Mayo - Apply Here Monaghan - Apply Here Offaly - Apply Here Sligo - Apply Here Tipperary - Apply Here

5 days ago

Cabin Crew Recruitment Day


EXPERIENCE OUR WORLD AS PART OF YOUR CAREER Join our international team of cabin crew and see where your journey takes you. We are holding regular recruitment events in Kerry, Galway and Sligo . REQUIREMENTS There are a few qualities which will make you stand out. Namely, you’ll be positive, confident, flexible, friendly and very keen to help others. Here are the other things we look for in our candidates. As well as the role requirements, there’s a little more that great cabin crew members offer. You should be determined to always perform well. And no doubt you’ll be able to manage a pretty demanding work schedule. Also, you’ll be culturally aware and reflect who we are – professional, empathetic, progressive, visionary and cosmopolitan. These are the characteristics we look for when you meet us at an assessment day, so come prepared to demonstrate these qualities individually and in the group exercises we prepare for you. Finally, in order to set a great first impression, consult our grooming guidelines below when taking your photos for your application and when you come to an assessment day. RECRUITMENT PROCESS Know what to expect in your recruitment journey as you progress through the selection stages: CV Review And Evaluation Your resume gives us information on your experience and background relevant to our recruitment process. Group Assessment Shortlisted candidates will have the opportunity to showcase teamwork skills, collaboration and communication. Height And Reach Assessment Safety comes first! Passing this evaluation ensures that the safety standards are met. On-Line English Language Assessment And Behavioural Questionnaire Successful candidates will complete a short web-based English test designed to evaluate language proficiency as well as a personality profiling on-line questionnaire. Web-Based Final Interview If you were successful through the language assessment you will have your on-line interview scheduled. TRAINING JOURNEY OVERVIEW STEP 1 INDUCTION Duration: 8 days Induction week will provide information to assist and support you during your transition into your new environment, within Dubai and throughout your training. STEP 2 SEP Duration: 13 days Safety & Emergency Procedure Training will provide you with the skills and knowledge to ensure our aircraft and passengers remain safe at all times. The Training covers Aircraft equipment, fire-fighting, in-flight emergencies and evacuation. STEP 3 GMT Duration: 5 days Group Medical training will equip you to be able to confidently manage any medical incident on-board. You’ll cover topics such as CPR, bleeding, burns, emergency childbirth and a variety of medical conditions. PAY & BENEFITS Travelling becomes more than part of your job, it becomes your lifestyle; and our concessional travel tickets make it easier to explore new cities outside of your layovers. That’s just one of the incredible rewards we offer you, here’s what you can look forward to Starting Salary & Flying Pay Basic salary AED 4,260 / month Flying Pay AED 61.25 / hour based on avg. 80-100 hours / month Average Total Pay AED 9,770 / month (~USD 2,660 , EUR 2,290 or GBP 2,040) * These are approximate numbers for Grade II (Economy Class) Layover Expenses Meal allowances are provided in the currency of the country of night stop. Hotel accommodation as well as transport to and from the airport is provided by the company. Concessional Travel Staff travel benefits on Emirates Airline can be availed as per the Staff Travel Manual. Staff travel benefits on other airlines can be availed as per inter-airline agreements/policies. Accommodation Furnished accommodation is provided free of charge, including utilities -water, electricity. TV, Internet and telephone bills are not included. There are more than 50 buildings in various locations throughout Dubai that you can be placed in. Two/three colleagues (same gender) share a two/three bedroom apartment and each have their own bedroom but share the kitchen and the living area. Two people may have to share a second bathroom in some three-bedroom apartments. Once probationary period is complete you may request to move to another apartment pending availability. Due to varying rosters of occupants and to ensure security, there are no visitors allowed past 01:00 unless they are Emirates (EK) crew. You may have two family members visit at the same time and stay in your accommodation twice a year for a maximum of 30 days each visit. Transport Transportation is provided by the company to/from work and to/from Training College. Uniform Provided by the company free of charge, incl. dry cleaning in designated outlets in Dubai. Leave & Leave Travel 30 calendar days leave per year. One firm free annual leave ticket is provided to your country of origin. The ticket can be changed to any EK destination after 3 years of service.

7 days ago
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