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Music Teachers Wanted for Sept 2019

Creative KeyboardsWexford€30 per hourPart-time

Teachers wanted to teach beginner keyboard as an after school activity in Primary schools in Wexford. 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.

20 days ago

Trainee Dental Nurse

Smiles DentalWexfordPermanent

Trainee Dental Nurse- Wexford 32 hours per week Smiles Dental - Part of Bupa Here at Smiles Dental our people are at the heart of everything we do, because we care. We have created environments where people can look forward to coming to work, feel empowered and benefit from working collaboratively with brilliant & talented experts. Whatever our patients need from a routine exam, to fillings, teeth whitening and veneers right through to oral surgery, dental implants and orthodontics we’ve got them covered! Recently acquired by Bupa our aim is simple: to deliver world-class patient care in the world of dentistry. We want Smiles Dental to be the brand of choice for patients, clinicians, dental nurses and all the people who want to build a career in this field. As a dental nurse you’ll be benefiting from an experienced practice team, exceptional development and opportunities to take you as far as you want to go; and that’s just to mention a few. The role as a Trainee Dental Nurse: If you or someone you know would be interested in working with a dynamic and expanding healthcare business we would love to hear from you! There has never been a better time for a Dental Nurse to join us, as we work together to help people live longer, healthier, happier lives.

14 days ago

Plasters and Insulation Installers

Wexford Based CompanyWexfordFull-time

Plastering and External Wall Insulation Contractor based in Co. Wexford. Full time vacancies available for immediate start for plasters and external wall insulators (may suit a carpenter). Areas of work are Wexford, Dublin and Wicklow. Must be willing to travel. Full clean driving licence needed. Safepass and manual handling essential. Must work well in a team and also on own initiative. Phone Niamh on 087-7027134.

7 days ago

Student Paramedic

Health Service ExecutiveNationwide€27,992 - €39,069 per yearFull-time

Job Title and Grade Student Paramedic (Grade Code: 6453)   Campaign Reference HBS08125 Closing Date   Wednesday 9th October 2019 at 3:00 PM Proposed Assessment Dates Week commencing 4th November 2019* Proposed Interview Date (s) Week commencing 2nd December 2019*   *Please note these dates are provisional and are subject to change. There are various stages of candidate Testing/Assessment between the closing date and the above proposed dates for interview – for further information on the various stages of the recruitment process for this campaign – See “Additional Campaign Information” Selection Process The HSE has on-going opportunities for Student Paramedics. In order to meet this requirement it is the intention of HBS Recruit to create a national panel from which current and future Student Paramedic training places will be filled.   There are a number of documents required at Testing/Assessment stage of the process. If you are interested in the role of Student Paramedic we would advise that you start gathering those documents now. The tests for this recruitment campaign are scheduled to begin week commencing 4th November 2019.   Full information on the documents required is available on pages 8 and 9 of this Job Specification and also in the Additional Campaign Information document.   Taking up Appointment A start date will be indicated at job offer stage.   Organisational Area National Ambulance Service   Location of Post National Ambulance Service College and Operational Divisions throughout the National Ambulance Service (NAS) as required to facilitate training placements.   Details of the HSE National Ambulance Service Structure are provided at: http://www.hse.ie/eng/services/list/3/nas/   Student Paramedics are required to work in any Division of the NAS and can / will be re-assigned between locations as and when service need dictates.   Every effort will be made to offer geographically convenient postings; however, we may be unable to facilitate this because of operational requirements.   Details of Service   The role and purpose of the National Ambulance Service (NAS) is to provide a clinically appropriate and timely pre-hospital patient care and transportation service. Pre-hospital emergency care and transportation services are provided as an integral part of a continuum of care for patients / clients, and there is a requirement to work in partnership with other health care providers in both Scheduled and Unscheduled Healthcare Services.   Reporting Relationship Reports to Director National Ambulance Service College or his / her designated alternate.   Purpose of the Post   NAS is committed to providing an efficient and effective Emergency Ambulance, Intermediate Care, First Responder and Communications Service which meets in full, all statutory duties and public expectations.   NAS is seeking persons interested in undertaking the Paramedic Training Programme (including Internship) and acquiring Registration as a Paramedic with the Pre Hospital Emergency Care Council (PHECC).   The intention of this process is to provide a pool of suitably qualified paramedics, licensed to practice by the Pre Hospital Emergency Care Council (PHECC), who will be offered positions at the grade of Paramedic at various locations throughout the NAS.   The Paramedic (PHECC Registered Paramedic) will be competent to carry out all of the duties of the Paramedic (PHECC Registered Paramedic) and will have a range of abilities which will permit the safe delivery of emergency care and transport within the framework and limits specified by PHECC.   The Paramedic (PHECC Registered Paramedic) will be responsible for the care, treatment and movement of patients and maintaining self, vehicles, equipment and station in a manner fit to respond to that role.   The Paramedic Training Programme is operated jointly by the National Ambulance Services College (NASC) and the College of Medicine & Health, University College Cork (UCC). Successful completion of the course will lead to Paramedic Registration with the pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council and award of the Diploma in Paramedical Science, UCC.    Principal Duties and Responsibilities   Clinical Responsibilities   §  Attend to cases of accident and sudden illness and respond to AS1, AS2 and AS3 calls in a prompt and timely manner §  Deal with emergencies as directed §  Attend to patients in a professional courteous and compassionate manner using best practice including compliance with Clinical Practice Guidelines §  Act within the principles of the Framework for Major Emergency Management (FMEM) during major emergencies if the need arises and to carry such communications equipment as necessary and to be familiar with the Major Emergency Plan §  Participate in exercises and training sessions designed to improve the ability of the Ambulance Service to respond to a Major Emergency §  Show leadership in the completion, audit, evaluation and development of clinical records including Patient Care Report Forms (PCR) both electronic and paper based. §  Communicate with a broad range of professionals as appropriate §  Carry out duties in an acting up capacity as required §  Paramedics (PHECC Registered Paramedic) in the National Ambulance Service are held in high esteem by the community and members are required to maintain a high standard of dress and appearance as well as conducting themselves in a responsible manner at all times   Promote Safety, Health & Welfare At Work (Including Driving & Vehicle Checks)   §  Identify and report actual or potential hazards/risks in the work environment in accordance with the Health Service Executive National Ambulance Service Safety Statement / deal with them appropriately §  Take immediate action to minimise risks where reasonably practicable to do so §  Demonstrate awareness of own stress levels and seek appropriate support §  Drive all relevant vehicles types operated by the National Ambulance Service as required, in accordance with the Policy for Vehicular Emergency Response, Safe Work Practice Sheet on Driving and the Site Specific Safety Statement §  At the start of each tour of duty, carry out and complete a Daily Vehicle Inspection Form, ensuring that all defects, deficiencies and accident damage are reported on a Vehicle/Equipment Defect Report Form to the Station Supervisor §  Check any vehicle prior to use ensuring that it is fully equipped, visually checked for defects and that all equipment is functioning and ready for use in accordance with Service procedures §  Carry out maintenance, equipment and drug checks on emergency ambulance, patient transport and specialist vehicles as may be in service at any given time §  Operate equipment in accordance with Standing Operational Procedures and manufacturer’s instructions §  Maintain the National Ambulance Service standards of cleanliness for vehicles, equipment, Stations and garages §  Be personally responsible for not undertaking any task or action which would knowingly cause risk to self, others, or to the Health Service Executive National Ambulance Service §  As far as is reasonably practicable attempt to prevent other people from undertaking tasks or actions which would knowingly cause risk to themselves, others, or to the Health Service Executive National Ambulance Service §  Participate in briefing/training sessions and carry out any agreed control measures and duties as instructed. §  Be proactive in the community to identify risk, to reduce deaths and injuries §  Deliver appropriate safety messages to those groups most at risk §  Interact with, support and mentor Community First Responders   Administrative Responsibilities (Including Managing Resources & Information)   §  Maintain regular communications with the National Emergency Operations Centre (Ambulance Control) to register updates regarding cancellations, additions and mobility requirements §  Record details and maintain records of patients, journeys, vehicle refuelling and duty hours in accordance with Service procedures §  Maintain and submit records as required by the Chief Ambulance Officer /Area Operations Manager or a designated other to include Daily Vehicle Inspection Forms, Vehicle/Equipment Defect Report Forms, Patient Care Report Forms or any other reports as required §  Co-operate with and be familiar with all management procedures in relation to discipline, industrial relations agreements, rosters, training, leave and grievance §  Take responsibility for ensuring operational equipment is ready for use §  Document all patient care and treatment and comply with records management processes §  Access and record information using computerised systems §  Undertake paperwork, such as recording routine tests on pieces of equipment §  Accept responsibility for security of Stations, vehicles and equipment where appropriate §  Get to know the local community area, including: streets, roads and buildings §  Be aware of the risks and possible hazards to be found within your operational Division §  Maintain confidentiality in relation to personal data held for colleagues and patients, ensuring it is processed lawfully; for no purpose other than for which it was intended; is relevant to that purpose; is retained for no longer than is necessary; is processed in accordance with the rights of the subject to access and accuracy; and is protected from accidental loss or damage in accordance with the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1988 and 2003, and records management guidance. §  Maintain confidentiality of patient identifiable personal data using a non-identifiable alternative, where practicable, and limiting access on a strictly need to know basis   Tours of Duty   §  Be prepared to work to assigned rosters, carry out the duties of a Paramedic and be available for duty outside of normal hours as and when the need may arise §  Work in any Ambulance Station as assigned from time to time §  Be prepared to participate in strategic deployment at any designated Main Ambulance Station, Small Station, Sub-Station or other location as may be implemented in the future §  Foster good working relationships with others §  To report to a Paramedic Supervisor or Officer / Manager as designated by the Chief Ambulance Officer /Area Operations Manager §  To comply with all present and future Standing Operational Procedures including Clinical, Operational and Control related §  Where an Emergency Ambulance is not available due to unavoidable staff absence, a Paramedic (PHECC Registered Paramedic) will be expected to respond, where an appropriate vehicle is available, where the timely intervention of a Paramedic (PHECC Registered Paramedic) is a critical response to a life threatening emergency §  To provide optimum patient care within the scope of practice of a Paramedic(PHECC Registered Paramedic).   Education & Training   §  Take responsibility for developing own skills §  Take part in a training and development programmes as appropriate §  Be prepared to undertake continuous professional development opportunities §  Keep a level of physical fitness necessary to carry out duties §  Support the development of colleagues §  Maintain your competency, accreditation and registration §  Mentor students and foster an atmosphere of learning by example. §  Undergo such training as may be prescribed by the National Ambulance Service for both organisational and individual development. §  Identify and seek the support of the National Ambulance Service for relevant professional development opportunities necessary to maintain and improve clinical competence. §  Identify developmental opportunities within the work context and take part in activities, which lead to personal and professional development. §  Attend supervision and appraisal session with Paramedic Supervisor and/or Officer / Manager as required   Miscellaneous   §  This is an outline of the post holders duties and responsibilities. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list and may change from time to time to meet the changing needs of the Health Service Executive National Ambulance Service. §  Other tasks reasonably and normally incidental to the post are set out in Health Service Executive National Ambulance Service Policies, Training, Operational and Health and Safety instructions, Standing Operational Procedures, Code of Conduct and general information circulars. §  Any other duties which may be assigned from time to time by the Area Operations Manager or designated other. ·        As a mandated person under the Children First Act 2015 you will have a legal obligation to report child protection concerns at or above a defined threshold to TUSLA & to assist Tusla, if requested, in assessing a concern which has been the subject of a mandated report   The above Job Description is not intended to be a comprehensive list of all duties involved 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 while in office.   Eligibility Criteria   Qualifications and/ or experience   Eligible applicants must at the closing date for the competition:   1.      Professional Qualifications, Experience, etc.   A.     (i) Be in possession of a Leaving Certificate awarded in 2017 or later with a minimum of six passes 1 in the Leaving Certificate Examination Ordinary Level or higher including Mathematics and a Science subject (e.g. Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Agriculture Science) Or   (ii) Be in possession of a Leaving Certificate awarded in 2017 or later with a minimum of six passes 1 in the Leaving Certificate Examination Ordinary Level or higher including Mathematics and a Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council (PHECC) EMT Certificate   O r (iii) Be in possession of a Leaving Certificate awarded in 2016 or prior with a minimum of six passes 1 in the Leaving Certificate Examination Ordinary Level or higher including Mathematics and a Science subject (e.g. Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Agriculture Science)   Or   (iv) Be in possession of a Leaving Certificate awarded in 2016 or prior with a minimum of six  passes 1 in the Leaving Certificate Examination Ordinary Level or higher including Mathematics and a Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council (PHECC) EMT Certificate Or   (v) Have completed a relevant examination at a comparable standard in any equivalent examination in another jurisdiction Or (vi) Hold a comparable and relevant qualification of at least Level 5 2 (or above) on the National Qualifications Framework maintained by Qualifications and Quality Ireland, (QQI)   Or   (vii) Have a minimum of two years full time ambulance service experience at EMT level and hold a Pre Hospital Emergency Care Council EMT Certificate.     And   B.     Be the holder of a full unendorsed Class C1 Driving Licence on application.  (Note Irish 78 Restriction is not acceptable)   And   C.     Candidates must possess the requisite knowledge and ability, including a high standard of suitability), for the proper discharge of the office.     Note 1 : Candidates must have achieved these grades in Ordinary or Higher level papers on the Leaving Certificate Established programme.  The Leaving Certification Applied Programme or the Leaving Certificate Vocational programme does not fulfil the eligibility criteria   Note 2 : The Level 5 QQI FE Awards which are acceptable are Food Science, Laboratory Techniques, Community Health Services, Healthcare Support or Nursing Studies. Candidates with one of the above Level 5 QQI FE Awards must have obtained a distinction in 4 or more modules as part of their qualification.   2.      Health A candidate for and any person holding the office must be fully competent and capable of undertaking the duties attached to the office and be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service.   3.      Character Each candidate for and any person holding the office must be of good character.   PLEASE NOTE:   §  The minimum six passes* in the Leaving Certificate Examination must be taken at Ordinary or Higher Level. *A pass equals a grade at H6/O6 or above (formally known as a D3) §  Mathematics & Science must be two of the six subjects. Science subjects are Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Agricultural Science. §  A Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council (PHECC) EMT Certificate is acceptable in lieu of a Science subject where the applicant already possesses six passes in the Leaving Certificate. §  Leaving Certificate Applied or Leaving Cert Vocational Programme will not be accepted. Subjects taken at Foundation Level or Link Modules will not be accepted. §  A comparable and relevant third level qualification of at least level 6 on the QQI framework awarded by an accredited third level institution will be accepted in lieu of the Leaving Certificate, subject to approval by UCC Admissions Office. §  A Fetac Level 5 award from one of the approved courses* will be accepted in lieu of the Leaving Certificate, subject to approval by UCC Admissions Office. * See appendix 2 of Additional Campaign Information for a list of acceptable awards at Fetac Level 5 §  Candidates who completed secondary school education in other jurisdictions must have a recognised school leaving qualification. Please note that vocational qualifications are not accepted. Educational qualifications obtained from other jurisdictions will be assessed on an individual basis in accordance with University College Cork’s Admissions policies. Typically educational qualifications from other jurisdictions are e.g. GCE / GCSE, O/A Levels §  For holders of foreign academic qualifications NARIC Ireland provides advice on the academic recognition of a foreign qualification by comparing it, where possible, to a major award at a certain level on the Irish National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ). You can search the database at: www.naric.ie. A comparability statement for each qualification listed is available for download. If you are unable to locate a particular qualification, you can submit a query using the query form at the above web address.   §  C1 Driving Tests passed after the closing date of this campaign i.e. Wednesday 9th October 2019 will not be accepted. Please note that the National Ambulance Service will not accept candidates who have accrued six or more penalty points into the Paramedic Training Programme. The full job description can be found here.

15 hours ago

Housing Officers

Co-operative Housing IrelandNationwide

Co-operative Housing Ireland Co-operative Housing Ireland (CHI) is the national federation for the co-operative housing movement. Founded in 1973, CHI has supported the provision of homes across the country and promoted the development of affiliated local co-operative societies across Ireland. CHI currently employs over 70 staff and is responsible for the management of more than 2,500 homes. CHI’s housing units are collectively valued at €247 million. The organisation’s budgeted turnover for 2019 is approximately €18.5 million. CHI is committed to leading the development of social, economic and environmental sustainability in Ireland. The Association has a proven record of forging innovative partnerships between communities and the public and private sectors. Due to substantial organisational and membership growth, CHI is now seeking to recruit 4 Housing Officers. Housing Officer (4 Positions) Reporting to the Housing Manager, the Housing Officer will work with co-operative members, community representatives and a range of other key stakeholders to ensure the delivery of quality housing management services. Working closely with designated co-operative housing estates and apartment blocks, the Housing Officer will coordinate caretaking, repair and maintenance services. The Housing Officer will play a key role in ensuring that policies and procedures for housing management and maintenance are implemented. Candidates will be expected to have experience of working within the property sector and/or a role with similar duties/responsibilities. Applicants will need to be exceptional communicators and possess excellent interpersonal skills. Additionally, candidates will also be required to have a strong attention to detail, the ability to multi-task and continually work in a professional manner. If you are a determined individual looking to contribute to the lives of Co-operative Housing Ireland’s members contact Michael Walsh to request a copy of the candidate briefing document in strictest confidence at michael.walsh@2into3.com or call direct on +353-1-234-3131. One of these vacancies will be based in Enniscorthy, Co Wexford and the other three will be based in Mulhuddart, Co Dublin. All four vacancies will require travel, so a full driving licence and access to your own car is required. These vacancies present a wonderful opportunity for individuals to establish a strong career in the Irish not-for-profit sector. To apply, please send your CV ( in word document format only ) to michael.walsh@2into3.com

1 day ago

Kitchen Porter

Dalata Hotel GroupWexfordPermanent

Back Kitchen Porter Location: Wexford, Loch Garman Employment: Permanent Salary: Staff Meals, Hotel Rates, Gym Membership Kitchen Porter – Maldron Hotel Wexford Dalata Hotel Group are seeking a Kitchen Porter for an exciting opportunity within the Maldron Hotel Wexford Objective of the Role Reporting to the Head /Sous Chef, the Kitchen Porter will support the chef and kitchen team in maintaining hygiene & cleanliness levels in the kitchens. Key Duties and Responsibilities Maintaining a supply of clean ware / cooking ware & kitchen utensils at all times Responsible for the cleanliness of the kitchens at all times Work alongside the chef team to maintain HACCP standards Requirements: Previous experience working in a kitchen. Flexibility in working hours as role includes mornings/evenings & weekends Ability to work as part of a team or on own initiative About our culture: Dalata Hotel Group – Ireland’s largest hotel group has a number of exciting positions on the horizon. As Dalata continues to grow and expand in Ireland and the UK it’s more important than ever to have the right team alongside us, in the near future we will be opening the doors of new hotels creating over 4000 jobs and investing over €110m in the Irish and UK economy. We lead through our Dalata values of “Our People, Our Fairness, Our Service and Our Individuality”. If you have the right attitude and energy you will have great opportunities to progress within the group. Our company is a place where you can do great things – individually and as a team. You will have the opportunity to develop your talent, be recognised and rewarded for your commitment and pursue a fulfilling career. We also have a number of unique and recognised training programmes to aid your professional and personal development and pride ourselves on creating an objective, supportive and fair working environment for our employees. Dalata Hotel Group Plc is an Equal Opportunities Employer. Appy

2 days ago

Household Survey Interviewers

Central Statistics OfficeNationwideFull-timePermanent

The Central Statistics Office (CSO) is Ireland’s national statistical office and our purpose is to impartially publish official statistics about Ireland’s people, society and economy. These statistics inform decision making across a range of areas including construction, health, welfare, the environment and the economy. Each week, CSO survey interviewers talk to people gathering information from households throughout our nation. Through these surveys we can get an accurate, detailed picture of the economic and social situation of the citizens of Ireland. The CSO currently has vacancies for Household Survey Interviewers (both Permanent and Temporary) in the following areas: Counties: Cavan, Clare, Dublin, Galway, Kildare, Laois, Limerick, Monaghan, Offaly, Tipperary and Westmeath Permanent & Temporary Survey Interviewers The successful candidate will: -Through face to face interviews collect survey information from households -Work flexible hours, including evenings, Saturdays and some daytime work when potential respondents are at home. -Have fluent English, both written and spoken. -Fluency in Irish is desirable and will be a requirement for some locations. -Hold a full driving licence and own or have the full time use of a car during the period of employment. For more information and how to apply: https://www.cso.ie/en/aboutus/careers/recruitment/surveyinterviewer/ The closing date for receipt of applications is 12 noon on Tuesday 1st October 2019 The CSO is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and encourages applications under all nine grounds of the Employment Equality Act. Please note that this advertisement is being hosted by the Public Appointments Service on publicjobs.ie. The Public Appointments Service has no involvement in, or responsibility for, the recruitment and selection process or the terms and conditions which relate to this post.

3 days ago

Information Officers

Citizens Information ServiceWexford€29,821 - €42,659 per yearFull-time

Information Officer - Job Description Responsible to: Reporting to the Development Manager on a day-to-day basis. Purpose of the job: The provision of information, advice and advocacy services to members of the public and assisting the Development Manager in the work of the information service. Main Duties:  The direct delivery of information, advice and advocacy services as determined by the Board of Directors and in line with the Citizens Information Board guidelines for the provision of Citizens Information Services  The delivery of outreach services through Citizens Information Services and other outlets as required  Follow up work arising from information and/or advocacy sessions with clients.  Assisting the Development Manager in the development of innovative processes for the provision of quality information to clients in various formats using the Citizens Information Board Citizens Information website www.citizensinformation.ie as an information tool, supplemented by other relevant information sources.  To co-operate with other service providers in the area and more generally, both statutory and voluntary, in the development of information and advocacy provision and on jointinitiatives from time to time.  Operation of query management, advocacy case management and data collection/statistical analysis systems  Operation of systems for monitoring and evaluation of the service  Undertaking publicity and promotional initiatives appropriate to the development of the service.  Assisting in any research and/or social policy initiatives appropriate to the development of the service.  Identifying and feeding back to the Citizens Information Board, issues that have social policy implications  Representing the CIS at conferences etc. as decided by the Board or Development Manager.  Such duties (including administrative duties) as may be assigned from time to time by the Development Manager 6 Funded and supported by the Citizens Information Board 5 September 2019 Information Officer - Person Specifications Minimum Education Qualifications and Attainments  Educated to Leaving Certificate standard, or equivalent, with a minimum of one year’s experience of working in an information, advice, or advocacy setting. or  Less formal academic qualifications with a minimum of three years’ experience of working in an information, advice, or advocacy. Essential Knowledge and Experience  An understanding of the issues around the provision of, and access to information, advice and advocacy services.  Working knowledge and understanding of how the social welfare, health and income tax systems operate in general and a working knowledge of at least one of the following subject areas: employment, housing, immigration, consumer rights, education  Excellent organisational, administrative and IT skills. 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. Successful Candidate will be  Committed to the provision of free, confidential, impartial, local and independent information, advice and advocacy services  Have an understanding and knowledge of the range of information, advice and advocacy services provided by the Citizens Information Services supported by the Citizens Information Board and knowledge of volunteering, with reference in particular to the distinctive characteristics of an organisation which provides a service to the public through the agency of trained volunteer personnel  Be open to work unsocial hours as may be required from time to time and willing to attend evening and occasional week-ends. Time Off In Lieu (TOIL) arrangements apply in all such circumstances.

3 days ago

Gym Instructor

Dalata Hotel GroupWexfordPart-timeTemporary

Back Part Time Gym Instructor Location: Wexford, Loch Garman Employment: Temporary Salary: Leisure Club Attendant - Clayton Whites Hotel Wexford We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Part Time Gym Instructor at Clayton Whites Hotel Wexford. This is a great opportunity to join a sales team within Ireland's largest hotel group. Objective of the Role Reporting to the Club Vitae Manager, the Gym Instructor will assist to provide a safe and efficient environment for club members Key Duties and Responsibilities Act as first point of contact for all members, dealing with queries in person, by phone/email Ensure the smooth running of the club during opening hours Assist the Club Manager in the marketing/upselling of the club Carry out general cleaning duties Administer membership enquiries and complete the sale with the customer Requirements: Fluent English and excellent communication skills. Flexibility in working hours as role includes mornings/evenings & weekends Pool/ life guard certification and First Aid is essential NCEF qualification or the equivalent is also essential. Ability to work as part of a team, and a desire to progress in your career. About our culture: Dalata Hotel Group – Ireland’s largest hotel group has a number of exciting positions on the horizon. As Dalata continues to grow and expand in Ireland and the UK it’s more important than ever to have the right team alongside us, in the near future we will be opening the doors of new hotels creating over 4000 jobs and investing over €110m in the Irish and UK economy. We lead through our Dalata values of “Our People, Our Fairness, Our Service and Our Individuality”. If you have the right attitude and energy you will have great opportunities to progress within the group. Our company is a place where you can do great things – individually and as a team. You will have the opportunity to develop your talent, be recognised and rewarded for your commitment and pursue a fulfilling career. We also have a number of unique and recognised training programmes to aid your professional and personal development and pride ourselves on creating an objective, supportive and fair working environment for our employees. Dalata Hotel Group Plc is an Equal Opportunities Employer. Appy

8 days ago

Support Pharmacist

BootsWexford, Gorey Main StreetPart-timePermanent

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? Career Progression: You will be able to develop your career with a wide variety of opportunities. From continuing your professional development in clinical services, or progressing into store management we’ll give you all the training and support you need from our award winning L&D team. Variety: With the chance to work in the community, in busy retail stores, you will be able to do what you love. You’ll be working in a fast paced, inspiring environment that allows you to deliver genuine care and build great relationships with your patients and customers, and your team. Reward: You will receive a competitive company pension scheme, 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 suits your individual needs. Responsibilities: As a Pharmacist with us, it goes without saying you will be providing excellent customer and patient care that will be inspiring and reassuring. It’s more than just dispensing medicine, it’s looking after our customers and patients, listening to them and giving expert advice. Key responsibilities include: • Working in partnership with the healthcare team using your own intuition, expertise and experience to deliver complete care solutions for our customers and patients • Setting the standard of what a brilliant pharmacy ‘looks and feels like’ from an operational perspective by working in partnership with your pharmacy healthcare team • Delivering the pharmacy strategy through care conversations with customers and patients providing expert advice throughout • Accountable for professional pharmacy legal & ethical decisions in the pharmacy • Actively supporting the development, education & training of colleagues; building pharmacy capability of store teams • Conducting regular reviews, audits and risk assessments to protect patient and public safety • Work to deliver world class professional services – personally and through the pharmacy team Our ideal candidate To be successful in this role you will have a professional, caring character and true desire to help others feel good. In addition you will: • Be registered with the Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland • Demonstrate high levels of professional expertise and be widely respected by stakeholders, peers, customers/patients and external local professionals • Have excellent knowledge of pharmacy operations and provisions of national and local services • Be commercially astute, understand the growth and development of the healthcare industry • Role model first class communication skills, where you will hold excellent face to face interactions with all types of customers and patients • Thrive in a team centred approach with strong collaborative working • Have a passion for keeping up to date with your own learning and development, completing all Pharmacist mandatory and directed training • Be digitally savvy and comfortable with navigating and embracing new technology

7 days ago
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