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Sheet Metalworking Apprenticeship

Santry, Dublin

**First Year Apprentice Vacancy** 1st year apprentices required for busy construction company in Dublin. Site location may vary throughout the country. Safe pass & manual handling required. Must be punctual & be able to work as part of a team.

6 days agoApprenticeship

Commis Chef Apprenticeship

Glencullen, Dublin

**First Year Apprentice Vacancy**

7 days agoApprenticeship

Heavy Vehicle Mechanics Apprenticeship

Oranmore, Galway

**First Year Apprentice Vacancy**** Roles & Responsibilities ***Work as part of a team which has responsibility for the repair and maintenance of HGV’s, Plant & Equipment to support the operation of the business. The successful candidate will report to the workshop supervisor & senior mechanic and will carry out the duties set out below to ensure the smooth and safe running of the garage to ensure the fleet of vehicles is maintained to a high standard. **Maintenance** • Repair & Service Maintenance of company HGV’s, Trailers, Plant & Waste Equipment to maximise efficiency of the fleet. • Preparation of vehicles for CVRT testing line with maintenance schedule. • Understand the job system with the ability to work on different vehicles at any given time. • Adhere to workshop systems. • Assist with the planning of vehicle maintenance, ordering of parts and the coordination of works with other garage staff. • Meet weekly to review current workload. • Identify any procurement items that need to be sourced by others and deliver on-going status reports as and when required.

10 days agoApprenticeship

Electronic Security Systems Apprenticeship

Dublin

**First Year Apprentice Vacancy** Job Description APPRENTICESHIP FOR ELECTRONIC SECURITY SERVICES. Maximum Age for Apprenticeship is 20 Dublin Based Company Screen Security Limited have available positions for full-time Apprenticeship, Suitable Candidates will be registered on the Solas Electronic Security Systems Apprenticeship Scheme, subject to fulfilling Solas eligibility for participation in the Apprenticeship programme and company suitability requirements. For information ref to: http://www.apprenticeship.ie/en/about/Shared%20Documents/Electronic_Security_Systems.pdf Compulsory Requirements:- - Minimum 5 passes in Junior/Leaving Certification Ordinary – or equivalent. Minimum Pass Maths is a requirement. Ishihara (colour blind) eye test. - Good communication skills * Please note all successful candidates will be subject to Garda vetting. To apply for the Apprentice Electronic Security Craft, Please forward C.V including Education Results to Jobs@screensecurity.ie EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Apprenticeship WORKING HOURS: FULL TIME, Applicants must be able to satisfy Solas based Apprenticeship: Flexible for Block release country wide, depending on training centre been offered by Solas. SALARY: Apprentice Rates

10 days agoFull-timeApprenticeship

Electrical Apprenticeship

Malahide, Dublin

**First Year Apprentice Vacancy**

11 days agoApprenticeship

Manufacturing Technology Apprenticeship

Limerick

**First Year Apprentice Vacancy** Johnson & Johnson Vision Care is committed to improving and restoring sight for patients worldwide. We marvel at the magic of our eyes, yet we are acutely aware there are many who do not fully experience the wonder of this gift. Nearly 285m people around the world face impaired vision, and 80pc of those cases are preventable with early diagnosis and treatment. We are committed to changing these statistics. Johnson & Johnson Vision Care was established in Limerick in 1995. Our site uses the most advanced technology in the industry and we now employ over 1000 people to produce ACUVUE, the world’s best-selling contact lens. Using our highly automated production process, we produce daily disposable contact lenses while utilizing state of the art technologies such as injection moulding, robotics, vision systems and sterilisation systems. Each year, we have increased output because of the increase demand for our Acuvue lenses throughout the world. Continued expansion of our product lines and extensive engineering and Job Purpose The Manufacturing Technician will be required to provide a technical support function for Manufacturing operations, including troubleshooting equipment and process issues, validation and qualification activities. Key Job Responsibilities: Responsibility for fault finding, maintenance, and continuous improvements. Troubleshooting and technical problem solving. Work on yield quality improvements All employees are responsible for minimizing both the Environmental and Health & Safety effects of the work that they perform. Ensure no housekeeping issues on own line. Maintain a Credo & Behavioral Standards based culture within the group Qualifications & Educational Requirements For applicants less than 23 years old - Grade 06 at ordinary level in 5 leaving cert subjects, 2 of which must be Maths and a language (English or Irish) with minimum of 250 CAO points. This Is What Awaits You At J&J: This is an opportunity to work with a groundbreaking medical device operation and to be a member of a Johnson & Johnson company, with an excellent record in employee continuous professional development and business improvement. We are passionate about our work; we play vital roles across a range of professional disciplines and care deeply about our customers and communities. At Johnson & Johnson our culture enables dynamic and impactful careers. Whether you’re one of the 1000 people who work here, or you’re considering joining the team, we offer: An opportunity to be part of a global market leader. A dynamic and inspiring working environment. Opportunities to work on challenging projects and assignments. Possibilities for further personal and professional development/education Responsibilities and accountabilities will vary for all positions and the scope of individual roles may not be limited to the contents of this position description. QUMAS procedures will define responsibilities from time to time and each manager is responsible for complying with these processes, which supplant any responsibility outlined within. As such, adherence to company procedures is also a responsibility of any roles encompassed within this Job Description. #INDHP Primary Location Ireland-Limerick-Limerick- Organization Johnson & Johnson Vision Care (Ireland) Limited (8182) Job Function Operations Requisition ID 2206024878W

11 days agoApprenticeship

Plumbing Apprenticeship

Waterford

**First Year Apprentice Vacancy** Weltec Engineering, one of Ireland’s leading Mechanical and Electrical Engineering companies based in the southeast, has vacancies for the following: 1st Year Plumbing Apprentices for a prominent client based in the Leixlip area. Candidate Requirements: • Willing to learn from experienced trades persons on site • Must be able to use their initiative and also work as part of a team • Adhere to strict safety standards when on site • Excellent communication skills, ability to take instruction • Must be flexible in relation to working hours • Must be reliable and dependable Training Certs Required: Applicants will be required to have following valid training certs: • Safe Pass • Manual Handling

11 days agoApprenticeship

Pipefitting Apprenticeship

Waterford

**First Year Apprentice Vacancy** Weltec Engineering, one of Ireland’s leading Mechanical and Electrical Engineering companies based in the southeast, has vacancies for the following: 1st Year Pipefitting Apprentices for a prominent client based in the Leixlip area. Candidate Requirements: • Willing to learn from experienced trades persons on site • Must be able to use their initiative and also work as part of a team • Adhere to strict safety standards when on site • Excellent communication skills, ability to take instruction • Must be flexible in relation to working hours • Must be reliable and dependable Training Certs Required: Applicants will be required to have following valid training certs: • Safe Pass • Manual Handling

11 days agoApprenticeship

Insurance Practitioner Apprenticeship

Dublin

**First Year Apprentice Vacancy** About the Company: We are a global team of more than 5,000 professionals operating across the UK, Ireland, the US, Canada & Bermuda. Specialising in professional and technology services, we work in partnership with leading insurance and financial businesses that operate in a highly regulated global arena. We help our clients to manage risk, operate their core business processes, transform and grow. We deliver operations, consulting and technology solutions across the risk and insurance value chain, including excellence in claims, underwriting, distribution, regulation, customer experience, human capital, transformation & change management. We aim to be an equal opportunities employer and we are determined to ensure that no applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, age, disability, religion, belief, sexual orientation, marital status, or race, or is disadvantaged by conditions or requirements which cannot be shown to be justifiable. Davies Group endeavour to recruit from the widest possible pool of suitable candidates. If you require any adjustments or special arrangements to be made to our application process on account of a disability, please contact Human Resources. About the Apprentice Programme: Davies Claims Solutions are seeking an ambitious and highly motivated individual to join our expanding team. This opportunity is a three year fixed term contract apprentice scheme that provides exposure to all aspects of our business, allowing you to develop your technical expertise as well as professional skills. While on the programme, in addition to gaining on the job insurance experience, you will complete the insurance industry professional qualifications APA and CIP/QFA as well as a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Insurance Practice (Apprenticeship) which is Level 8 on the NFQ awarded by IT Sligo. When you join Davies Claims Solutions, you will receive a tailored induction and will be assigned a business supervisor and mentor to provide support throughout the scheme. We will work with you to enable you to reach your development goals and aspirations for your career at Davies. In return, we expect you to bring the commitment and drive to add significant value to the company. About the role: The role is for a Personal Injury Claims Handler. By the completion of the programme, the successful candidate will manage a portfolio of personal injury claims for both Insurance Companies and for large self-insured clients, whilst working within a team structure. Over the course of the programme, the successful candidate will learn to handle injury claims from inception to closure, attend court hearings, negotiate settlements with solicitors, meet with clients & brokers/Insurers and ultimately to bring such claims to a successful and economical conclusion. The role will be based from our office in Parkwest Business Park, Dublin 12. We offer a competitive package, great working conditions and an environment to thrive and develop. What this role entails: • Handling a portfolio of injury claims on a cradle to grave basis. • Considering the application of policy indemnity across a wide range of different policies with various underwriters. • To investigate all liability claims either from the desk or by instructing investigators. • Conducting settlement meetings at the Four Courts • Attending Court sittings in both Circuit Court and High Court and guiding clients and policyholders through court hearings and liability consultations • Maintaining regulatory compliance in all client and third party dealings • Develop a strong working knowledge of relevant statutes and case law, and to apply this knowledge appropriately. • To build relationships with external clients and stakeholders. About you: You must have; • Excellent communications skills at all levels and a good telephone manner. • Strong customer service ethos. • The ability to work as part of a team. • The ability to take responsibility for your own workload. • Good planning and organisational skills. • Strong IT skills (proficiency in Excel a bonus) What We Offer: • Competitive package • Generous holiday allowance • Education and development support • International assignment opportunities • Staff Health & Wellness Programme Minimum Entry Level Requirements • Be 18 years of age or older • Mature students – if over 23 years there are no minimum educational requirements - documented interview required • FETAC Level 5 qualification holders • Between 18 and under 23 years – Leaving certificate, minimum of 160 points to include two honours in higher level paper and passes in Maths and English/Irish with specific requirements on grades/levels *More information can be viewed on the III website https://www.earnandlearn.ie/ Interested applicants should ask themselves the following key questions before applying: • Do I meet the minimum entry level requirements? • Can I commit to a three year contract of apprenticeship? • Do I have the self-motivation and time management skills to study at a BA (Hons) level and work at the same time? • Can I be diligent and committed to all aspects of work, training and education? • Do I have the ability to communicate effectively both with customers and in a team? • Can I take ownership and accountability for my own actions and responsibilities? • Can I contribute €600 annually for three years (reduced student registration charge)? Application Process and Timeframes: Application submission with CV to: fintan.smith@davies-group.com Application submission please submit by: Friday 19th August Planned start date: Immediately

11 days agoTemporaryApprenticeship

Laboratory Technician Apprenticeship

Fermoy, Cork€24,000 per year

**First Year Apprentice Vacancy** Laboratory Technician Who we are? Ornua is a dairy co-operative which sells dairy products on behalf of its Members; Ireland’s dairy processors and, in turn, Irish dairy farmers. It is Ireland’s largest exporter of Irish dairy products, exporting to 110 countries worldwide. Headquartered in Dublin, it has annualised sales of over €2.3 billion and a global team of 2,850 employees. Ornua operates from 10 business units worldwide, including 16 production facilities, and has sales and marketing teams working in-market across all four corners of the globe. Ornua’s Values At Ornua, our Values guide us as we work together and care for each other to achieve great things. Our five values, and their underlying behaviours, encourage us to Seek and Embrace New Ideas, Make It Happen, Be Our True Selves, Show You Care and Achieve Great Things Together. Ornua has a fabulous new Research & Development laboratory based in the National Food Innovation Hub in Teagasc Moorepark, Co. Cork. Supporting a team of researchers, the laboratory technician will optimise the functioning of the laboratory and learn in a culture of achieving great things together. We are looking for someone who has an interest in science and food (especially milk products). Someone who is interested in working in a hands-on environment but is willing to use a laptop and Microsoft office. Do you enjoy following processes and getting the process right time after time? Are you tidy, neat, precise and careful about your work? Then this apprenticeship might just be for you. At the end of the two-year apprenticeship, we would expect the successful candidate to: • Be trained to work safely in a laboratory environment. • Understand the health and safety hazards of the Ornua laboratory. • Be adept at using personal protective equipment. • Understand the principles of good laboratory practice. • Be able to test milk powder, cheese, and butter. • Understand the chemical and scientific principles behind the testing. • Be able to operate, maintain and calibrate routine laboratory equipment from pH meters, to incubators, to using specialised laboratory equipment for the testing of dairy products. • Record and review analytical data and report on results. • Maintain the laboratory, doing daily checks, ordering consumables so they do not run out, ensuring that annual maintenance is planned and carried out on various equipment and systems. Working with a diverse group of R&D researchers on interesting and varied projects the apprentice should get a great introduction to laboratory work during the two-year placement. Details • Salary is set at €24,000 per annum. • Programme start, September 2022. • Following completion of the programme, participants will be awarded a Higher Certificate in Science Laboratory Technician (Level 6) Entry Requirements • Pass (Grade 06 or better) in five leaving certificate subjects, two of which must be maths and a science subject • 250 CAO Points or • Relevant Fetac Level 5 or Level 6 Graduate

12 days agoApprenticeship
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