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Toy Show Performers


Applications now open for Toy Show Performers | The Late Late Toy Show – RTE TAG & SHARE with someone who has dreamed of performing on the Late Late Toy Show… Singing or dancing… Juggling or jiving… Telling jokes or amazing folks…THIS is your time to shine. It's that time of year again when we start preparing for the Toy Show and we are looking for boys and girls from all over the country to help make it the best one yet! If you are an astounding singer, a mind blowing dancer, have a passion for reading, explaining or creating, this could be your year. If you are funny, engaging or entertaining we want to hear from you! If you would like to be part of our show at the end of November then here’s what you have to do. Fill out the application form below and upload a video of you doing what you do best be it singing, dancing, juggling, making magic or telling us about your favourite toy. We will be travelling around the country in a few weeks meeting the best of the best to find the stars of this year’s Toy Show. But we need those completed application forms and videos! Sign up now because the closing date is September 27th. Good luck!

7 days ago

Fisheries Officers - 11 Positions

Inland Fisheries IrelandNationwide€24,632 - €37,983 per yearContract

Fisheries Officers Inland Fisheries Ireland is the state agency responsible for the protection, management and conservation of Ireland's inland fisheries and sea angling resources. We are inviting applications for  Fisheries Officers  in the following locations: This role is responsible for the protection, management and conservation of the inland fisheries resource. Successful candidates will be involved in the front line implementation and enforcement of the provisions of the Fisheries Acts, Water Pollution Acts, Water Framework Directive & other relevant statutory provisions. To qualify for these roles, candidates should have a full clean driving licence, fluent English, reside close to the base, and be able to demonstrate a passion for promoting, protecting and conserving our natural resources. Purpose This role is responsible for the protection, management and conservation of the inland fisheries resource. Successful candidates will be involved in the front line implementation and enforcement of the provisions of the Fisheries Acts, Water Pollution Acts, Water Framework Directive & other relevant statutory provisions. The Job The role of Fisheries Officer has 4 main areas of responsibility:  Fisheries Development & Conservation  Fisheries Protection  Having good personal management skills and being able to deal with the administrative responsibilities associated with the role.  Supporting IFI in any other projects or programmes as may arise and be allocated to the Fishery Officer *The above attempts to outline in a broad sense the key areas of responsibility associated with a Fisheries Officer post. However other responsibilities may arise as the requirements of our customers and online facilities change over time. Please note that while this document outlines the broad description of the role of a Fisheries Officer, there will be Responsibilities of the Post Fisheries Development & Conservation  To assist in the improvement of fish stocks by undertaking appropriate fisheries maintenance and development works, both ‘in stream’ and riparian works as required;  To improve the access to the resource by constructing and maintaining access infrastructure;  To provide assistance to angling festivals and competitions as instructed by your line manager;  To conduct, support and assist research and survey work and/or assisting research teams in these or similar functions;  To catch, measure, examine and release fish and assess their health as required;  To assist with general enquiries from the public;  To communicate with external bodies, i.e. Clubs, Fishery owners and other statutory agencies;  To liaise & develop good relationships with relevant stakeholders, i.e. Angling Clubs, Fishermen, Local Authorities, Gardai etc.;  To undertake / assist Electro-fishing and netting operations;  To maintain vehicles, RIBs, and surveillance equipment;  To tow trailers as required;  To maintain bases (ensuring that bases are kept clean and tidy);  To keep up to date with changes in legislation/EU Directives.  Responsible for conducting protection patrols to check for illegal fishing, to include Lakes, Rivers, Sea, Coastal and Estuaries, covering a wide geographical area;  Responsible for inspecting commercial Salmon & Sea Trout licence holders to ensure legislative compliance;  Responsible for inspecting recreational anglers for licence and/or permit and inspecting other anglers for compliance with regulations and bye-laws;  To participate with the Aer Corps and Naval service in fisheries patrols at sea on their protection vessels and with other agencies i.e. S.F.P.A. etc.;  To inspect fish markets and premises;  To issue Fixed Charge Penalty Notices where appropriate;  To apprehend offenders, gather evidence, attend proceedings, give evidence, and provide reports for legal advisers & relevant officers. Prepare prosecution case files in accordance with the prescribed IFI Prosecution procedure.  To detect and report pollution, take samples & gather information on water pollution and other environmental damage or activities and liaise with the IFI Fisheries Environmental Officer as required  To support team members in stake-outs as required e.g. at night /early morning  To work Unsocial Hours, an integral part of the Fishery Officer role.  To maintain a working knowledge of the ‘Fisheries Officer’ Enforcement Handbook’ Administration Responsibilities  To submit detailed diary sheets, hours worked, duties performed, areas patrolled, seizures and any other relevant information. Adhere to and comply with IFI time and attendance and fleet telematics systems and other appropriate records (all records to be submitted electronically where requested);  To submit internal reports and Service Level Agreements (SLA) metrics as may be requested by your line manager;  To prepare prosecution case files in accordance with the prescribed IFI Prosecution procedure;  To utilise appropriate technology as required (e.g. mobile devices , computers, GPS, G.I.S. etc.);  To maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending training as and when necessary;  To maintain all property and equipment, including PPE in a satisfactory condition;  To abide by health and safety requirements, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) etc.  To contribute to team effort and support colleagues  To provide support for Fisheries promotional and educational initiatives as may be requested by your line manager  To provide support for Invasive Species control initiatives as may be requested by your line manager;  To carry out any additional ad hoc duties as may be requested by your line manager. KEY REQUIREMENTS: Experience Essential Experience / Qualifications  Leaving Certificate or equivalent  A full driving licence valid in the State  Eligible to work in the State  Fluent English – both in spoken and written English  Reside close to base (for call-out purposes, successful candidates must reside within at least 30 mins drive of their assigned base location)  Competent in and on the water (both at sea and in lakes and rivers)  Demonstrates a passion / strong interest in promoting, protecting and conserving our natural resources Desirable Experience / Qualifications  Experience in a similar environment  Powerboat Level 2  Kayaking Level 3  Knowledge of fisheries legislation  Ability to tow trailers  Experience in fisheries development and provision of recreational infrastructure  Experience working with power tools  Experience working with chainsaws  Knowledge of carpentry or general labouring  Safe pass  Pesticide training Skills  Ability to form effective working relationships with team members, members of the public and IFI’s stakeholders  Excellent communication skills  Flexible approach to work and hours  Strong knowledge of relevant legislation  Commitment and self-motivation  Good timekeeping  Competent working with numbers  Good report writing skills  Good command of the English language  Honest, trustworthy and respectful  Acts with Dignity & Integrity at all times Knowledge  Knowledge of relevant legislation  Working knowledge of MS office – Word, Excel & Outlook, and experience of using handheld devices e.g. GIS/GPS units, radios etc. Remuneration and benefits SALARY Fishery Officer, appointments will normally be made at the first point of the scale: €24,632, €26,051, €26,871, €27,985, €28,863, €29,778, €30,448, €31,388, €32,333, €32,962, €33,902, €34,853, €36,229 (LSI1), €37,983 (LSI2) An unsocial hour’s allowance of up to €6,294 (annual basis) will be payable pro-rata at either 50% or 100% relative to the number of unsocial hours worked TENURE Appointment to this position will be a permanent appointment Candidates are required to confirm that they have never been convicted of a defence under of the Fisheries Acts, Water Pollution Acts and/or other relevant statutory provisions The closing date for this role will be  5pm on Friday 20th September.

24 days ago

Cabin Crew 2020 - Dublin & Cork

Aer LingusNationwide€1,900 - €2,000 per yearContract

Applicants are currently being invited for the role of Cabin Crew within Aer Lingus with positions available in Dublin commencing in January, February, March, April & May 2020. There will also be a limited number of positions for our base in Cork. As part of our ongoing expansion of both routes and fleet we are now welcoming applications from individuals passionate about our brand and the service we provide to join us during this exciting growth period in Aer Lingus. Our Cabin Crew are vital to our success and we want you to be part of something special. If you are a highly motivated and flexible individual who believes you have what it takes to work for Irelands only 4 star airline then read on to see what it takes to become part of our world recognised Cabin Crew Team. * Limited positions available for Cork also. What does the role of Cabin Crew entail? To learn more about the role and to hear from Current Cabin Crew Members visit the Aer Lingus Careers page here.

8 days ago

Clerical Officers

Civil & Public ServiceNationwide€447.27 per weekFull-timeContract

Introduction The Civil Service and certain public service agencies may, from time to time, require temporary clerical officers (TCOs) to fill full-time temporary vacancies. A panel of suitable candidates will be formed from this competition for the following counties: 1. Dublin 2. Kilkenny 3. Limerick 4. Longford 5. Meath 6. Monaghan 7. Roscommon 8. Sligo 9. Tipperary 10. Wicklow Requests to fill many of these vacancies are undertaken through the Public Appointments Service (PAS). To facilitate possible demands, PAS will initiate a selection process to fill vacancies should they arise. Candidates should be aware that placement on a panel is not a guarantee of appointment. It is envisaged that interviews will take place in October 2019. The terms and conditions, including the duration and period of temporary contracts offered will vary from post to post. Please note that the minimum contract duration is for an eight- week period. This panel will expire when a new panel is formed from the TCO 2020 competition. 2. The Role The duties of Temporary Clerical Officers (TCOs) may vary depending on the nature of work carried out by the employing organisation. This involves such clerical/administrative tasks which may be assigned to the employee from time to time by the organisation. The following outlines the type of work that you may be required to undertake, if appointed.  General clerical duties e.g. filing, photocopying, answering/making telephone calls, dealing with emails, reception desk, etc;  Supporting line-managers and colleagues  Working as part of a team in delivering services  Dealing with the public/customers e.g. responding to queries and providing information;  Use of Information Technology e.g. word processing, spreadsheets, database, e-mail and internet.  Routine accounts work In certain instances, positions may arise where specialist skills or experience is required e.g. accounts, language skills, etc. Suitable candidates may be selected for the purpose of filling such vacancies. 3. Entry Requirements and Eligibility Candidates must have: (a) previous relevant work experience, preferably in a customer service office environment; (b) appropriate level and experience of relevant ICT Skills, e.g. proficiency in Word, Excel, e-mail etc; (c) relevant knowledge and skills to undertake the duties of the position, including the ability to:  take direction / follow instructions;  organise and prioritise work effectively;  work well with the public and colleagues;  be flexible in their approach to work;  to communicate effectively in a clear and concise manner; (d) fulfil the requirements set out below as to age, citizenship, health & character.  be at least 16 years of age (i.e. born on or before 17th September 2003).  Citizenship Requirement Candidates should note that eligibility to compete is open to citizens of the European Economic Area (EEA). The EEA consists of the Member States of the European Union along with Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. Swiss citizens under EU agreements may also apply. To qualify candidates must be citizens of the EEA by the date of any job offer.  Health & Character Candidates must be in good health, capable and competent of carrying out the work assigned to them, and they must be of good character. Those under consideration for a position will be required to complete a health and character declaration and a Garda eVetting form. References will be required. Some posts will also require special security clearance. In the event of potential conflicts of interest, candidates may not be considered for certain posts. Please note that all communications to PAS or Employing Authority may be taken into consideration and any unwarranted communications or behaviour may result in your application receiving no further consideration. It is important that candidates list their previous civil or public service employment, if they have availed of a voluntary redundancy or retirement scheme and/or are in receipt of an ill-health retirement pension. Failure to do so could lead to disciplinary action. Returning to employment in the civil service may have implications for the payment of any existing public service ill-health or other pension. Applicants should check the position with their previous employer. Collective Agreement: Redundancy Payments to Public Servants The Department of Public Expenditure and Reform letter dated 28th June 2012 to Personnel Officers introduced, with effect from 1st June 2012, a Collective Agreement which had been reached between the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform and the Public Services Committee of the ICTU in relation to ex-gratia Redundancy Payments to Public Servants. It is a condition of the Collective Agreement that persons availing of the agreement will not be eligible for re-employment in the Public Service by any Public Service body (as defined by the Financial Emergency Measures in the Public Interest Acts 2009 – 2011) for a period of 2 years from termination of the employment. People who availed of this scheme and who may be successful in this competition will have to prove their eligibility (expiry of period of non-eligibility) Incentivised Scheme for Early Retirement (ISER) It is a condition of the Incentivised Scheme for Early Retirement (ISER) as set out in Department of Finance Circular 12/09 that retirees, under that Scheme, are not eligible to apply for another position in the same employment or the same sector. Therefore, such retirees may not apply for this position. Department of Health and Children Circular (7/2010) The Department of Health Circular 7/2010 dated 1 November 2010 introduced a Targeted Voluntary Early Retirement (VER) Scheme and Voluntary Redundancy Schemes (VRS). It is a condition of the VER scheme that persons availing of the scheme will not be eligible for re-employment in the public health sector or in the wider Public Service or in a body wholly or mainly funded from public moneys. The same prohibition on reemployment applies under the VRS, except that the prohibition is for a period of 7 years. People who availed of the VER scheme are not eligible to compete in this competition. People who availed of the VRS scheme and who may be successful in this competition will have to prove their eligibility (expiry of period of non-eligibility). Department of Environment, Community & Local Government (Circular Letter LG(P) 06/2013) The Department of Environment, Community & Local Government Circular Letter LG(P) 06/2013 introduced a Voluntary Redundancy Scheme for Local Authorities. In accordance with the terms of the Collective Agreement: Redundancy Payments to Public Servants dated 28 June 2012 as detailed above, it is a specific condition of that VER Scheme that persons will not be eligible for re-employment in any Public Service body [as defined by the Financial Emergency Measures in the Public Interest Acts 2009 – 2011 and the Public Service Pensions (Single Scheme and Other Provisions) Act 2012] for a period of 2 years from their date of departure under this Scheme. These conditions also apply in the case of engagement/employment on a contract for service basis (either as a contractor or as an employee of a contractor). Declaration Applicants will be required to declare whether they have previously availed of a Public Service scheme of incentivised early retirement. Applicants will also be required to declare any entitlements to a Public service pension benefit (in payment or preserved) from any other Public Service employment and/or where they have received a payment-in-lieu in respect of service in any Public Service employment. Closing Date The closing date & time for receipt of completed applications is 3pm on Tuesday, 17th September 2019. Sample Conditions of Service (Please note the terms shown below relate to the temporary clerical officer role in the civil service and may vary depending on the organisation/agency to which you may be assigned. These are intended as indicative only. Contracts of employment will be available at time of assignment). Pay €447.27 (Effective from 1st October 2018) Candidates should note that salary will not be subject to negotiation and the rate of remuneration may be adjusted from time to time in line with Government pay policy. Annual Leave The annual leave for this position is determined by the number of hours worked. Tenure Assignments will be to a temporary position. The duration and period of a temporary contract will vary from post to post. There is no entitlement to a permanent position. Notwithstanding the above paragraph on tenure, we retain the right to consider holding a confined Selection Process for established appointment to certain positions within the Civil Service in certain limited circumstances. Any process will be held in compliance with the Commission for Public Service Appointments (CPSA) Code of Practice for Atypical Appointments to positions in the Civil Service and certain Public Bodies. Hours of Attendance Hours of Attendance are as fixed from time to time but will amount to not less than 43 hours and 15 minutes per week in the case of a full time position. Duties You will be required to perform any duties which may be assigned to you from time to time as appropriate to the temporary Clerical position. Outside Employment The position will be whole time and you may not engage in private practice or be connected with any outside business which would interfere with the performance of official duties. Headquarters Your headquarters will be such as may be designated from time to time by the Head of the Office/Organisation. When absent from home or headquarters on official duty you will be paid appropriate travelling expenses and subsistence allowances, subject to normal regulations. Sick Leave Pay during properly certified sick absence, provided there is no evidence of permanent disability for service, will apply on a pro-rata basis, in accordance with the provisions of the sick leave circulars. The appointee will be required to sign a mandate authorising the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection to pay any benefits due under the Social Welfare Acts direct to the employing Department or Organisation and payment during illness will be subject to the officer making the necessary claims for social insurance benefit to the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection within the required time limits. Superannuation Successful candidates will be offered the appropriate superannuation terms and conditions as prevailing in the Civil Service at the time of being offered an appointment. In general, and except for candidates who have worked in a pensionable (non-single scheme terms) public service job in the 26 weeks prior to appointment, this means being offered appointment based on membership of the Single Public Service Pension Scheme (“Single Scheme”). Retirement of civil servants is dealt with in section 13 of the Act.

3 days ago
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