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General Assistant

LynasNewry, Down

Contract - 8 hours per week, Christmas fixed term  Location  - Newry  Hours of work  - Between Monday - Saturday Job Summary: Lynas General Assistants will assist with the day-to-day running of the Food Outlet to ensure that sales and profit targets are met through effective stock control, sales promotion and cost control. They will work as part of a team to deliver excellent customer service and operational standards. Role Responsibilities:

8 days agoTemporary

General Assistant

LynasCookstown, Tyrone£8.91 per hour

Contract - 8 hours per week, Christmas fixed term  Location  - Cookstown Hours of work  - Between Monday - Saturday Job Summary: Lynas General Assistants will assist with the day-to-day running of the Food Outlet to ensure that sales and profit targets are met through effective stock control, sales promotion and cost control. They will work as part of a team to deliver excellent customer service and operational standards. Role Responsibilities:

8 days agoTemporary

General Assistant

LynasBelfast, Antrim£8.91 per hour

Contract - 8 hours per week, Christmas fixed term  Location - Montgomery Road  Hours of work  - Between Monday - Saturday Job Summary: Lynas General Assistants will assist with the day-to-day running of the Food Outlet to ensure that sales and profit targets are met through effective stock control, sales promotion and cost control. They will work as part of a team to deliver excellent customer service and operational standards. Role Responsibilities:

7 days agoTemporary

Sales Advisor-ROI

New LookDublin

Level L8 - Retail Staff Closing Date: 01/11/2021 Permanent / Fixed Term Permanent Store Location Dublin - Jervis Contract variations available 8 hours

7 days agoPermanentTemporary

Senior Advocate

Citizens InformationWaterford€47,675 per year

Senior Advocate (Fixed Term Contract) – Southern Region (Waterford) National Advocacy Service Senior Advocate (Fixed Term Contract) – Southern Region (Waterford) Senior Advocate – Southern Region (Waterford) – Fixed Term Contract The National Advocacy Service for People with Disabilities is seeking to recruit a Senior Advocate for a temporary (Fixed Term) contract to cover an employment gap. The post will be based in the Southern Region (Waterford). NAS provides an independent, confidential and free representative advocacy service that works exclusively for people with disabilities. The service is person-centred, accountable, accessible, impartial and independent of service providers, families and other supports. The organisation has a particular remit for adults with disabilities who are isolated from their community and services, have communication differences, are inappropriately accommodated, live in residential services, attend day services and have limited informal or natural supports. Salary:  €47,675-53,022 (pro-rata) (It is anticipated that new entrants to the National Advocacy Service will be appointed on the 1st point of the scale, however, incremental credit, should it be awarded, will be based on previous relevant experience as set out on application form). Location:  Southern Region (Waterford) Hours:  The position is full time (35 hours per week) and may involve working some unsocial hours. Full information on the role is available in the Candidate Pack Application Procedure The completed application form and a cover letter should be emailed (as an attachment) to recruitment@advocacy.ie stating ‘2110SASOUTH’ in the subject line) Shortlisting may apply. Canvassing will disqualify. Applications and cover letter must be typed. CVs, late or incomplete applications will not be accepted. Closing Date for Receipt of Application: Fri 22nd October 2021 at 5pm. The National Advocacy Service is an equal opportunities employer. Funded and supported by the Citizens Information Board. Candidate Pack Application Form < Back to Careers

6 days agoFull-timeTemporary

Lawyer

OrnuaDublin

Ornua is a dairy co-operative which sells dairy products on behalf of its members, Ireland's dairy processors and, in turn, the Irish dairy farmer. Ornua is Ireland's largest exporter of Irish dairy products, exporting to 110 countries worldwide. Headquartered in Dublin, it has annualised sales of €2.3 billion and has a strong global team of over 2,400 employees. It operates from 10 business units worldwide, including 12 production facilities, and has sales and marketing teams working in-market across all strategically important markets. The Group is comprised of two divisions: Ornua Foods and Ornua Ingredients. Ornua Foods is responsible for the marketing and sales of Ornua's consumer brands, including Kerrygold, Dubliner, Pilgrims Choice, Kerrygold Avantage, Forto and BEO. Markets are served by production facilities and in-market sales and marketing teams in Africa, Asia, Germany, Ireland, the UK, the rest of Europe, the Middle East and the US. Ornua Ingredients is responsible for the procurement of Irish and non-Irish dairy products and for the sale of dairy ingredients to food manufacturing and foodservice customers. Ornua Ingredients is supported by production facilities in Saudi Arabia, Spain, the UK, the US, and by in-market teams in Africa and the Middle East. Growth for Good Ornua is the home of Irish dairy. Ornua cooperative ethos is at the heart of who they are and how they do business. Ornua global success would not be possible without the close collaboration, care, and commitment of our 2,400 strong team. Ornua cares about building sustainable livelihoods for all their people, who in turn care about driving sustainable profits for their co-op members and the Irish dairy farming families they proudly represent. Ornua 2025 is their strategic plan that will help realise their vision for growth in the next five years. It outlines what Ornua will do well, what they will do with the profits they generate, and what additional services they will provide to their members. Ornua will be guided by 3 guiding principles; focus, simplicity and adding value to their volume and they will clearly define what market they will play in. Together, Ornua will grow for good - creating value for their Irish farming families and for their 2,400 strong, committed, and proud global team. Role Ornua Co-operative Limited is currently seeking to appoint an In-House Lawyer to cover maternity leave. The position will be for a 12 month fixed term and is open to flexbile working. The Lawyer will work with the Ornua Legal Team on legal and compliance matters relating to Ornua. The role will cover a wide range of corporate and commercial areas including the accurate and timely drafting of contracts, agreements and other legal documents to facilitate the commercial interests of the organisation, EU law, trademark protection, commercial contracts, insurance and litigation. Provision of commercial legal advice will be a key element of the role, as will gaining an understanding of the business and the risks that are evident in Ornua's operating environment. Providing an accurate and speedy response to queries and the delivery of appropriate legal documents will be an integral part of the role. Key areas of responsibility: For more details and how to apply please visit Lawyer

6 days agoTemporary

Post-doctoral Researcher, School Of Biochemistry And Cell Biology

University CollegeCork€39,130 - €46,442 per year

47 Month, Fixed-Term, Whole-time Post Position summary We are seeking a highly skilled and motivated experienced Post-Doctoral Researcher, scientist or veterinarian, with expertise in vaccine-induced B cell responses to conduct research on understanding the induction of systemic and mucosal immunity in pigs. This SFI-funding project aims to understand the mechanism of action of two non-injected, thermostable, vaccine delivery technologies, administered by two different routes, at the anatomical, cellular and molecular levels in pigs. We are particularly interested in mucosal immunity and the breadth of systemic and mucosal cross-neutralising responses. The candidate must possess excellent communication, planning, organising, team working, practical, problem solving, and record-keeping skills. The Post-Doctoral Researcher must have a significant proven track record in publishing papers in peer reviewed journals with respect to mucosal immunity and/or vaccine-induced immunity in human and/or large animal pre-clinical models. Experience in examining vaccine-induced B cell responses, immune assay development, multi-parameter flow cytometry, ELISPOT, functional antibody analyses, as well as in vivo potency is essential. Experience in veterinary immunology, particularly in pigs, is highly desirable. Project Title : Induction of Broad Immune Responses by Non-injected Stable Vaccines Post Duration: 47 months Salary: €39,130 - €46,442 p.a. (IUA Salary Scale) For an information package including further details of the post see https://ore.ucc.ie/. Job ID: 050411.  Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Dr. Anne Moore, Dr. Anne Moore, School of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Tel: + 353 (0) 21 4205424; Email: anne.moore@ucc.ie .

6 days agoTemporary

Research Assistant, School Of Microbiology And Teagasc

University CollegeFermoy, Cork€27,109 - €36,422 per year

2 Year, Fixed-Term, Whole-time Post Position summary Project background Streptococcus suis is a pig pathobiont that is almost ubiquitously carried in the nasopharynx where infections lead to meningitis, polyarthritis, septicaemia, pneumonia and endocarditis. Consequently, S. suis infections are a significant international animal welfare and economic burden in the pig industry. The first line of treatment is antibiotics; however, antibiotic resistance is a major global health issue and alternative strategies are lacking. Vaccination against S. suis has a poor success rate and an effective vaccine remains unlikely. Thus, improving animal health against S. suis is a key industrial target. While phages, and phage-derived proteins, have been applied therapeutically in the past, technical limitations remain, including spontaneous host resistance and in vivo phage delivery. As part of this international project, the Research Assistant will support S. suis bacterial and bacteriophage isolation and analysis activities and use a rational design approach to generate combinations of these phages for in vitro testing. The aim of this design approach is to ensure the combined phages to kill a wide range of infectious S. suis strains while circumventing bacterial-mediated phage resistance, a key roadblock to the use of phage therapy. The overall aim of the project is to develop innovative and effective phage therapy solutions to specifically target S. suis in pigs. The researcher will have the opportunity to develop skills in a wide range of techniques including next generation sequencing and analysis, biochemical and biological assays, and bacterial and bacteriophage culturing and propagation. The successful candidate will also be involved in wider Teagasc and APC Microbiome Education and Public Engagement activities. The role We are seeking a motivated and skilled Research Assistant to support the research activities of this project. The candidate will work with the research teams of Dr John Kenny (Teagasc Food Research Centre, Moorepark, Fermoy, Co. Cork) and Prof Jennifer Mahony (UCC, College Road, Cork). The successful candidate will be principally located at Teagasc with potential training periods based at UCC. Project Title: PhageSuas: Improved Pig Health through the Novel Application of SynBio in Phage Therapy Post Duration: 2 years Salary: €27,109 - €36,422 p.a. (IUA Salary Scale) For an information package including further details of the post see https://ore.ucc.ie/. Job ID: 050451. Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Prof Jennifer Mahony, Tel: + 353 (0) 21 4902730; Email: j.mahony@ucc.ie.

6 days agoTemporary

Research Assistant, School Of Biochemistry And Cell Biology

University CollegeCork€27,109 - €36,422 per year

42 Months, Fixed-Term, Whole-time Post Position Summary We are seeking a highly skilled and motivated experienced Research Assistant with at least 2 years of expertise in vaccines and/or veterinary immunology to support and conduct research on understanding the induction of systemic and mucosal immunity in pigs. This SFI-funding project aims to understand the mechanism of action of two non-injected, thermostable, vaccine delivery technologies, administered by two different routes, at the anatomical, cellular and molecular levels in pigs. We are particularly interested in mucosal immunity and the breadth of systemic and mucosal cross-neutralising responses. The candidate must possess excellent communication, planning, organising, team working, practical, problem solving, and record-keeping skills. The scientist must have a proven track record in supporting an immunology team focused on vaccine-induced immunity in human and/or large animal pre-clinical models. Experience in examining vaccine-induced immunity, immune assay development, multi-parameter flow cytometry, ELISPOT, functional antibody analyses, as well as in vivo potency is essential. Experience in veterinary immunology, particularly in pigs, is highly desirable. Project Title:  Induction of Broad Immune Responses by Non-injected Stable Vaccines Post Duration: 42 months Salary: €27,109 - €36,422 p.a. (IUA Salary Scale) For an information package including further details of the post see https://ore.ucc.ie/. Job ID: 050391. Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Dr. Anne Moore, School of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Tel: + 353 (0) 21 4205424; Email: anne.moore@ucc.ie.

6 days agoTemporary

Post-doctoral Researcher, APC Microbiome, & School Of Microbiology

University CollegeCork€39,130 - €46,442 per year

2 Years, Fixed-Term, Whole-time Post Position Summary The Research Institute APC Microbiome Ireland was formed in 2003 with funding from Science Foundation Ireland and in conjunction with key industry partners. It represents a seamless collaboration between UCC, Teagasc, Moorepark and CIT. It is widely recognised that our microbiome (community of bacteria/viruses and fungi that live in and on our bodies) plays an important role in human health and has become one of the most dynamic, complex and exciting areas of research in both food and pharmaceutical arenas. Over the last decade the APC has established itself as one of the leading global centres in gut microbiota research. The APC has made several landmark discoveries and has published over 3000 research articles in peer-reviewed journals, generating many journal covers and associated editorials. The APC comprises over 300 individuals, from the scientific PI’s (the APC Faculty) funded by the partner Institutions, the management team, and a dedicated group of research scientists, research assistants and postgraduate’s students. The Role The dairy fermentation industry is reliant on the application of robust starter cultures of Streptococcus thermophilus and Lactococcus lactis. The most prominent opponent to successful fermentations is the presence of bacterial viruses called bacteriophages, or phages. The proposed project PHARM, is an ambitious project that aims to elucidate the specific nature of the saccharidic receptors recognised by Streptocococcus thermopilus phages through a combined genetic and biochemical approach. Furthermore, it is planned to derive the 3-dimensional structure of phage-encoded carbohydrate binding proteins to define their specific role and relative importance in the initial binding steps of a phage to its streptococcal host. The generated knowledge will allow tools to be developed for the rapid classification of dairy streptococcal strains and to link these to phage sensitivity predictions. Ultimately, this will allow the starter culture industry to provide rational strain selections, rotations or blends to the dairy industry, limiting phage proliferation in the fermentation environment. In turn, this will reduce the phage problem to manageable and predictable levels, reduce the amount of food waste and down-graded products thereby increasing food quality and security. The Post-Doctoral Researcher would be expected to support the research activities of the Pharm project including execution of individual project goals and guidance of PhD student to ensure the timely execution of the project goals, while also contributing the communication of the research findings emanating from the research. Qualifications and Experience Required Candidates for the postdoctoral position should have a PhD in Molecular Microbiology, Genetics, Biochemistry, Bioinformatics or related fields. The expertise and relevant experience of candidates should be supported by evidence of peer-reviewed publications in reputable scientific journals. Post Duration: 2 Years Salary : €39,130- €46,442 p.a. (IUA Salary Scale) Project: The sweet tooth of a bacterial virus: Unravelling Phage-Host Attachment and Recognition Modalities (PHARM) in the dairy bacterium Streptococcus thermophilus. For an information package including further details of the post see https://ore.ucc.ie/. Job ID: 050531. Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Prof Jennifer Mahony, School of Microbiology Tel: + 353 (0) 21 4902730; Email: j.mahony@ucc.ie

6 days agoTemporary
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