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Trainee Healthcare/Social Care Workers

Navan EDP CLGMeathFull-timeEntry level

Trainee Healthcare/Social Care Workers Required (Community Employment Programme) Are you on a Social Welfare payment for a year or more and over 21 years of age? You can train FREE OF CHARGE for a QQI Level 5 Qualification in Healthcare with work experience included and keep your Social Welfare payment + receive a supplement of €22.50.  If you are on a reduced payment, your payment will increase to a single rate of €220.50. This is a great opportunity to gain a qualification and valuable experience. Healthcare Assistants are in high demand, opportunities exist for Full Time, Part Time and Flexible Working Hours in the Health Care Industry. Previous participants of this course now work with the Elderly, in Respite, Residential and Home Care services and in various Day Services for people with mild to moderate Intellectual Disabilities. During this traineeship / Community Employment Programme you will receive classroom training and work placement in a healthcare or social care setting, whilst attaining your full QQI level 5 in Healthcare. There are opportunities in Navan, Kells, Ratoath, Ashbourne and Dunboyne. Where possible we try to place people in the location closest to where they live.  If you meet the following criteria you are eligible to apply:  · Be on a Social Welfare payment for a year or more · Be over 21 years of age For more info: Call the office on 046 9071938 or email navanedp @gmail.com to request more information.

1 day ago

Portwest Careers Fair 2020

Portwest UCWestport, County MayoFull-timeGraduate

Portwest Careers Fair 2020: Portwest are delighted to announce we will be hosting a Careers Fair at Hotel Westport  on the 10th January 2020. This event will take place between 11am-2pm. All disciplines and levels of experience are welcome, including graduates, soon to be graduates and professionals. Members of our team will be available on the day to discuss and answer any questions on roles ranging from: If you are interested in attending this event please register your interest by applying through the link provided. Also if you would like to see our existing vacancies please follow this link https://portwest.bamboohr.com/jobs/ *Please note that you will be directed to our Internal HR Platform BambooHR*

11 days ago

Deli Assistants & Kitchen Crew Members

Murphys Bagels LimitedDublinFull-timePart-time

Job title:  Deli Assistants & Kitchen Crew Members Job description: We are hiring experienced full and part-time Deli counter Assistants and Kitchen Crew members for a busy cafe and fast food restaurant in a food hall in Swords, Co. Dublin. 4+Positions Available and keen rates paid. We are open 7 days a week so really looking for staff to be flexible for all days. Our opening hours are: Mon Tue Wed Sat Sun 9am to 7pm Thur Fri 9am to 9pm Option available for working 4 long shifts with 3 days off. Qualifications Required: - Have at least six months previous food handling experience working in kitchens or deli counters - Barista qualification and advantage but not compulsory - Be Flexible in working hours Monday to Sunday - Good communication skills and good English speaking - Excellent customer service is key - Work as part of a busy team Initial Induction and on-going training will be provided.

21 days ago

Wedding and Events Coordinator

Northside, Dublin 5PermanentEntry level

What are we looking for? A wedding and events coordinator to join our team and work in our North Dublin City Studio full time, supporting our senior wedding producer, senior event producer and wedding design team. Who are we? We are experts in events and wedding industry and we are looking for a wedding and events producer with a creative eye who can help us to build on our enviable reputation as one of the leading events and wedding producers in the country. We are looking for employees who would have an enthusiasm for the wedding and event industry and as well as considerable knowledge and love of their own passions – be it, planning, design, a love for journaling, travel, a love of people etc. What type of people work here? We are looking for people with relevant life experience, reflected in mindful, engaging and clear communication, approachable, supportive and collaborative in style. We welcome intelligence, imaginative thinking, and curiosity about the world. We are keen for our people to help us continue finding ways of turning the ordinary into extraordinary in all aspects of our business. What skills does the new team member need? This role is a high-performance, deadline driven role with little chance for a second opportunity & therefore is not for the faint hearted. It is a role made for someone who is a multitasker, feels energised by deadlines and is driven by a sense of achievement likes the WOW moment when the magical environment we created exceeds the client’s expectations. Ideally the right candidate will have be driven by this high attention to detail and a sense of achievement all while managing the customer relationship in a positive professional manner. The successful individual can grow with the business through the delivery of excellence service, quality produce and new concepts and ideas; to develop the Company brand with creativity and drive by demonstrating creativity and magic. What the role about? The role will require planning, organising, prioritising and executing simultaneous projects and activities at once to ensure the smooth delivery of our events and weddings. This role will be office based with some onsite activity when required. This role is a huge opportunity to learn about the wedding industry from one of Irelands leading wedding and event producers. DUTIES • To enthusiastically sell weddings and events services as well as all products and services provided by us. • To be the first point of contact for all event enquiries via telephone, e-mail and social media and to respond to all enquiries in a timely manner. • To reach agreed targets, as set out by your Manager. • To play a vital role in maintaining and improving the Frog Prince standards by communicating client and guest feedback to relevant Managers in order to improve service. • Assist in the Sourcing and booking of all relevant décor materials and 3rd party suppliers • To be knowledgeable of all company products, cross-selling when possible. • Draft décor proposals and develop floor plans and photo inspiration boards for client presentations • To be pro-active and use your initiative in generating sales. • To manage and coordinate all events, from enquiry stage through to the event day. • Onsite event coordination support • Support in the Management of project budgets and analyse profit/loss for each event • Participate in marketing activities to increase brand awareness and gain new clients • Research and gather inspiration for future designs as well as keep informed of design and industry trends for purposes of competitive analysis • Attend open evening, trade shows and public events to increase business networks • Support for the wider internal team taking on tasks which maybe outside the main duties of this role to support our collaborative style of working • Report on your weekly KPIs • Assist senior event planners in the management of client appointments and our showroom as required. IDEALLY YOU WILL HAVE: • Previous experience in a similar role in either an events company or hotel would be essential, in particular a proven track record in sales performance with clear ability to convert business opportunities • Customer communication skills of a very high standard as well as strong administration skills • Excellent attention to detail with clear ability to creatively present case to customer. • Ability to manage time effectively • Ability to work within a team, whilst driving the sales agenda in a very busy environment. • A relevant third level qualification would be desirable • Fluent level of spoken & written English. • Experience in Hubspot would be beneficial. What’s in it for you? It is a fabulous opportunity to learn from the best, full support and guidance from our team will be given with exposure to the luxury wedding market and some of the most stylish corporate events. We would love our new team member to grow with us, stay with us and progress within your role and the company.

3 days ago

Firefighters

Dublin City CouncilDublinEntry levelFull-time

Dublin City Council, on behalf of the Dublin Local Authorities, invites applications from suitably qualified persons from all backgrounds that enjoy being part of a team, possess a strong sense of duty and are seeking a challenging but rewarding career. Dublin Local Authorities Fire and Emergency Services is looking to recruit people who: QUALIFICATIONS The declared qualifications for the post of Firefighter, Dublin Local Authorities Fire and Emergency Services, Dublin City Council, are as set out hereunder: 1. Education: Each candidate must have obtained at least Grade D (or a pass) in five subjects, including Mathematics and English, from the approved list of subjects in the Department of Education Leaving Certificate Examination or in an examination of at least equivalent standard. 2. Driving Licence: Successful candidates will be required to hold a current full unendorsed Driving Licence – Category B license B manual prior to commencement of training and will be required to drive emergency vehicles. Candidates who do not meet this requirement or any of the requirements specified above will be required to forfeit their place on the panel. 3. Character: Each candidate must be of good character. 4. Age: Candidates shall be at least 18 years of age on or before the closing date (10th October 2019) for the submission of application forms. Persons appointed to the position of Firefighter will be required to retire on reaching the age of 55 years. Candidates who are placed on a Panel and who are called to fill vacancies, when they arise, will be required to meet the following qualifications: 5. Health: Candidates shall be in a state of health as determined by the City Council’s Medical Advisor such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service. Candidates shall undergo a pre-determined range of physical and strength tests as part of the medical which they are required to undergo before progressing to the CPSA. Physical Capability Test Have attained the level of fitness required to undertake the CPSA (details on Pg. 10) Strength Test Be assessed by undertaking test of hand grip and leg/back pull strength on a load cell dynamometer. Candidates should have a handgrip strength of: Dominant Hand – 35 kg or above; Subordinate Hand – 33 kg or above; and a leg/back pull strength of 117 kg or above. Vision Distant Visual Acuity (DVA) Minimum uncorrected 6/18 better eye and 6/24 worse eye Corrected DVA 6/7.5 better eye and minimum of 6/12 worse eye Vision must be binocular minimum 6/9 aided or unaided Near Vision N12 unaided both eyes open (aged 25 +) and N6 aged <25 Normal visual fields Formal optician report required for any who do not meet standards at pre-employment screening at the Occupational Health Service. Corrective lenses If satisfactory visual function for the rescue and firefighting duties is achieved only with the use of correction, the spectacles, inserts or contact lenses must provide optimal visual function, be well tolerated, and suitable for rescue and firefighting duties, including the wearing of breathing apparatus. Colour perception To the satisfaction of the City Council’s Medical Advisor Hearing To the satisfaction of the City Council’s Medical Advisor. 6. Physical Assessment Candidates will be required to undergo a pre-determined range of physical assessments which will be administered by Fire and Emergency Services Personnel. This process will assess the candidate’s level of fitness, strength and manual dexterity, as well their capability to perform in simulated exercises. The following assessments are designed to reflect operational practice. Candidates will be required to complete a Participation Questioner Form (Par-Q) prior to undertaking any of these assessments. This is a three stage process (as described below). Candidates shall receive a full descriptor of what is required by them in these various physical and dexterity assessments prior to their assessment date. Stage 1: Aerobic Fitness Test - 12 minute Chester Treadmill Test Stage 2: Strength Test - Shoulder Press 1 repetition at 35kg - Rope Pull Down 1 repetition at 42kg (with gloves on) - Rope Pull Down 23 repetitions in 39 seconds at 28kg Stage 3: Functional/Suitability Tests - Manual Dexterity Test - Ladder Climb Test - Casualty Evacuation - Confined Space Test - Hose Roll Test In view of the nature of the duties of the post, Firefighters are required to undergo regular medical examinations during the course of their employment. In addition, Firefighters shall, if instructed, report to the Medical Advisor as deemed appropriate. 7. Garda Vetting All candidates will require Garda Vetting prior to appointment as a Firefighter PRINCIPAL CONDITIONS OF SERVICE Duties: The duties of the post are to give to the Local Authority and to (a) the Local Authorities or bodies for which the Chief Executive is Chief Executive, and (b) to any other local authority or body with which an agreement has been made by the local authority or by any of the authorities or bodies referred to in sub-paragraph (a) of this paragraph under the general direction and control of the Chief Executive or of such officers as the Chief Executive may from time to time determine, such appropriate FES management, administrative, executive, supervisory, advisory and ancillary services as may be required by any local authority or body hereinbefore mentioned in the exercise and performance of any of its powers, functions and duties and to exercise such powers, functions and duties as may be delegated to him or her by the Chief Executive from time to time including the duty of servicing all committees that may be established by any such local authority or body. The holder of the post will, if required, act for an officer of a higher level. The Firefighter, Dublin Local Authorities Fire and Emergency Services, shall perform under the control and direction of the Chief Fire Officer and/or other appropriate supervisory officers of the FES, such firefighting / emergency ambulance (including all aspects of driving), community fire safety, fire prevention duties and station routines as may be assigned from time to time and may be required to serve in any Station from time to time as directed. Salary: The fortnightly salary scale for the position of Firefighter Dublin Local Authority Fire and Emergency Services, Dublin City Council is: €1,144.94, €1,220.30, €1,402.84, €1,500.12, €1,609.60, €1,718.38, €1,753.10, €1,842.56 (Max), €1,908.48, (1st LSI), €1,983.20 (2nd LSI). In addition to the basic wage, payments are made in respect of night and weekend duties, Sunday and Public Holiday premiums as applicable. Incremental credit for previous local authority service will be awarded only on reaching the maximum point of the Firefighter pay scale. Rate of remuneration may be adjusted from time to time in line with Government Policy. The wage shall be fully inclusive and shall be as determined from time to time. The holder of the post shall pay to the Local Authority any fees or other monies (other than his/her inclusive wage) payable to or received by him/her by virtue of the post or in respect of any services, which he/she is required by or under any enactment to perform. Physical Fitness: Firefighters will be required to maintain a standard of physical fitness appropriate to the position, throughout their career, and will be required to undergo regular medical examinations. Firefighter, Dublin Local Authorities Fire and Emergency Services, Dublin City Council Page 12 Particulars of Position: (a) The post is permanent, whole time and pensionable. (b) The holder of the post will be assigned to the Dublin Local Authorities Fire and Emergency Services, Dublin City Council. (c) Dublin City Council reserves the right to, at any time, assign an employee to any premises in use by the City Council now or in the future. (d) The holder of the post must reside within the area of the City or County of Dublin unless permission is given for special reasons to reside outside the City or County of Dublin and will be required to serve in any area of the City or County of Dublin or in the area of any other local authority with which the City Council has entered into an agreement. Hours of Attendance: Dublin Local Authorities Fire and Emergency Services operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Firefighters are required to a work on a 9/15 hour shift system. This duty system may be subject to change. The holder of the post shall be required to work irregular hours including weekends, Bank and Public Holidays and undertake such overtime as considered necessary from time to time. Annual leave is rostered for all Firefighters by Dublin Fire and Emergency Services Discipline: Successful candidates will, before employment, be required to subscribe in writing to the condition of the Dublin Fire Brigade Disciplinary Code. Training: Successful candidates will be required to undergo successfully an appropriate period of training at the Dublin Local Authorities Fire and Emergency Services Training Centre. Successful candidates will also be required, during employment, to satisfactorily complete appropriate training courses, as directed from time to time. Outside Employment: Employees recruited to the fire service shall not engage in any gainful occupation which, in the opinion of the Chief Fire Officer, could impair the performance of their duties, or in any occupation which, in the opinion of the Chief Firefighter might conflict with the interests of Dublin City Council as a fire authority or which might be inconsistent with the discharge of their duties as a Firefighter. Probation: Where a person is permanently appointed to Dublin City Council, the following provisions shall apply - (a) there shall be a period after appointment takes effect, during which such a person shall hold the position on probation; (b) such period shall be one year but the Chief Executive may, at his discretion, extend such period; (c) such a person shall cease to hold the position at the end of the period of probation, unless during this period the Chief Executive has certified that the service is satisfactory; (d) the period at (a) above may be terminated on giving one weeks notice as per the Minimum Notice and Terms of Employment Acts; (e) there will be assessments during the probationary period. Particulars of Position: (a) The post is permanent, whole time and pensionable. (b) The holder of the post will be assigned to the Dublin Local Authorities Fire and Emergency Services, Dublin City Council. (c) Dublin City Council reserves the right to, at any time, assign an employee to any premises in use by the City Council now or in the future. (d) The holder of the post must reside within the area of the City or County of Dublin unless permission is given for special reasons to reside outside the City or County of Dublin and will be required to serve in any area of the City or County of Dublin or in the area of any other local authority with which the City Council has entered into an agreement. Hours of Attendance: Dublin Local Authorities Fire and Emergency Services operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Firefighters are required to a work on a 9/15 hour shift system. This duty system may be subject to change. The holder of the post shall be required to work irregular hours including weekends, Bank and Public Holidays and undertake such overtime as considered necessary from time to time. Annual leave is rostered for all Firefighters by Dublin Fire and Emergency Services Discipline: Successful candidates will, before employment, be required to subscribe in writing to the condition of the Dublin Fire Brigade Disciplinary Code. Training: Successful candidates will be required to undergo successfully an appropriate period of training at the Dublin Local Authorities Fire and Emergency Services Training Centre. Successful candidates will also be required, during employment, to satisfactorily complete appropriate training courses, as directed from time to time. Outside Employment: Employees recruited to the fire service shall not engage in any gainful occupation which, in the opinion of the Chief Fire Officer, could impair the performance of their duties, or in any occupation which, in the opinion of the Chief Firefighter might conflict with the interests of Dublin City Council as a fire authority or which might be inconsistent with the discharge of their duties as a Firefighter. Probation: Where a person is permanently appointed to Dublin City Council, the following provisions shall apply - (a) there shall be a period after appointment takes effect, during which such a person shall hold the position on probation; (b) such period shall be one year but the Chief Executive may, at his discretion, extend such period; (c) such a person shall cease to hold the position at the end of the period of probation, unless during this period the Chief Executive has certified that the service is satisfactory; (d) the period at (a) above may be terminated on giving one weeks notice as per the Minimum Notice and Terms of Employment Acts; (e) there will be assessments during the probationary period

30+ days ago

Medical Billing Administrator

MedservAthlone, County WestmeathEntry levelFull-time

We currently have an opening for a Medical Billing Administrator to join our team. The role consists of entering and generating claim forms and invoices based on procedure information provided by our clients. While an understanding or knowledge of medical terminology would be beneficial for this role, it is not essential. Other duties for this role involve dealing with hospital personnel, insurance companies and liaising with our clients. The ideal candidate must have excellent attention to detail, be a quick learner and pc literate. Duties & Responsibilities: How to apply Application process: Please submit a copy of your cv to hr@medserv.ie

30+ days ago

Biochip Production Operator

Randox LaboratoriesDonegalEntry level

Randox Laboratories has an opportunity for a highly motivated and dedicated individual to work within our growing Biochip Formulation Department in Dungloe as a Production Operative. Key tasks and responsibilities: Full training will be provided. Opportunities for progression exist for those who show potential. Randox Laboratories Limited is an Equal Opportunities Employer

28 days ago

Meter Reader

TAM IrelandLaois, County LaoisEntry level

TAM Ireland (Television Audience Measurement Ireland Ltd) oversees an accurate and effective audience measurement system for the whole of the television advertising industry. TAM Ireland is made up of the majority of commercial broadcasters operating in Ireland (RTÉ, Virgin Media Solutions, TG4, Channel 4, SKY Ireland, Viacom and Eir Sport) and the main Irish media buying agencies. We commission Nielsen TV Audience Measurement to carry out the actual measurement service. Our mission is: To provide precise viewership data and promote the power of television with a commitment to excellence, vision and adaptability. Meter Reading Vacancy Meter Reader required for Portlaoise and surrounding areas: Stradbally, Durrow, Abbeyleix, Mountmellick, Timahoe, Emo, Ballyroan, Ballybrittas, etc Rural and Urban Locations Local knowledge an advantage Full training will be arranged Requirements: Own transport, clean driving licence and a landline Please apply to: info@tamireland.com

16 days ago
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