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IT Support Officer

Glanbia Cheese EUPortlaoise, LaoisFull-timePermanent

We are looking for an experienced IT support officer to provide IT support and backup in all areas of the Glanbia Cheese EU Portlaoise site. A third level qualification (preferably in an IT related discipline) OR relevant experience in an IT support role is preferred as is 2-3 years experience in a managed service support role. How to apply: Please click the apply now button below and upload your CV and cover letter.

15 days ago

Meeting and Events Coordinator

Radisson Blu Hotel Group - Dublin AirportDublinFull-time

Meeting and Events Coordinator Job Title:  Meeting and Events Coordinator Location:  Dublin Airport Department:  Meetings & Events Reports to:  Revenue Office Manager Key Responsibilities of Meeting & Events Coordinator: • Maximises revenue and guest satisfaction by receiving and responding to Meetings & Events enquiries and related room reservations • Upholds a high level of regular, frequent, accurate and timely communication to all related departments regarding the Meetings & Events function within the hotel • Supports the Sales teams in generating leads and referring business by analysing current business, denied business and identifying potential new business through the office • Follows-up with guests to determine satisfaction; measures results and supports strategies to improve the quality of the guest experience Requirements of Meeting & Events Coordinator: • A proven track record in a similar role within a quality environment • Commercially aware • Driven and ambitious to consistently deliver and exceed service standards • Clear thinker with excellent communication abilities and attention to detail • Previous experience of using Opera Sales & Catering is advantageous Want to be responsible for creating a first class and unique event experience? Then this is the job for you! Come join us and Make Every Moment Matter! Person Specifications:  Excellent listening skills  A willingness to problem solve  Verbal & written communication skills  Resilience - being able to handle complaints from customers  The ability to work as part of a team  Be self-driven & pro-active Competencies:  Professional  Ability to work under pressure  A high level of accuracy & attention to detail  Customer focus  Be a self starter who shows initiative  Display a can do attitude when assisting other departments  Opera knowledge a distinct advantage Qualifications & experience:  Minimum 1-2 years experience in a similar role We can offer you: · Competitive rates · Flexible working arrangements · Food on duty · Staff car parking · A Training & Learning culture · Defined development plans to develop & grow you · Staff rates across our brands · Staff discount travel cards · A fun & open-minded working environment Radisson Blu Hotel Group is a world-wide Recognised brand ‘we grow talent, talent grows us’

21 days ago

Deli Assistant

Applegreen StoresDublinFull-time

Sales Assistant: Bakewell Team Location: Applegreen service area, Merrion Road, Booterstown, Co.Dublin Contract available: Full time- flexible morning shifts eg. 05.30-14.00 , 07.00-15.00, 11-17.30 Are you interested in growing your career & opportunities in one of the fastest growing forecourt retailer`s in Ireland, the UK AND US? From fuel to food, we offer customers a wide range of great products and the highest standards of customer service. We care deeply about the communities in which we are involved, and since 2009 Applegreen plc has raised over €2 million for its partnership charities. We offer fantastic career opportunities and a great deal of our promotions are internal. We as a company are constantly growing our business but it`s our people driving its success. If you are an enthusiastic, hardworking individual, who wants to be part of a diverse team, then this is the role for you! Whether you join our Forecourt, Shop, Bakewell, Subway, Burger King, Costa, Chopstix, Lavazza, or Greggs crew, you will become an ambassador for our brand and walk in the customers shoes keeping them at the core of everything we do. You will be responsible for delivering our shared vision for the future of retail forecourts through the highest standards of customer service and quality products. As a sales assistant, you play a vital role in our business. This is an exciting opportunity for you to become a part of our diverse team by delivering exceptional customer service and achieving daily sales targets. You will be given the knowledge to support the day to day operation of our business while increasing your knowledge of the ever-changing retail environment. You will handle customer transactions and ensure that the shop floor is clean and tidy throughout the day to day operations of the business. Previous experience is a plus, but don’t worry it’s not essential. If you have a positive “can do” attitude, we provide on the job training. If you enjoy working in a fast-paced environment you would be a great addition to our dynamic team!

11 days ago

Deli Manager

Applegreen StoresDublinFull-time

Sales Assistant: Bakewell Manager     Location:  Positions available in North Dublin  Contract available: Full time   Are you interested in growing your career & opportunities in one of the fastest growing forecourt retailer`s in Ireland, the UK AND US? From fuel to food, we offer customers a wide range of great products and the highest standards of customer service. We care deeply about the communities in which we are involved, and since 2009 Applegreen plc has raised over €2 million for its partnership charities. We offer fantastic career opportunities and a great deal of our promotions are internal. We as a company are constantly growing our business but it`s our people driving its success. If you feel you are a confident communicator who is flexible, open to change, success driven and a good leader who can motivate and encourage others then this is the role for you! You will be responsible for delivering our shared vision for the future of retail forecourts through the highest standards of customer service and quality products. As a Bakewell manager, you will have the overall responsibility of operating in accordance with Bakewell Standards, policies and procedures to achieve and maintain the highest standards of operational quality, service and cleanliness. You will have to lead your team to deliver the best food experience to every customer. You will be accountable for general administrative and daily staffing duties as well as providing leadership. You will be responsible for driving sales and achieving sales targets as well as training and developing your staff. The role will consist of various administration tasks to ensure the highest performance of the store. This includes Cash management, Stock control and investigating variances. You will make sure that the Bakewell is well presented at all times to enhance the customer`s experience. The role will also require you to motivate and lead the team by challenging the staff to meet achievable goals through effective communication and leadership skills. You will be knowledgeable and comply with all legislation in relation to food Safety. The ideal candidate will have at least 1-2 years proven experience in a similar management role. If you enjoy working in a fast-paced environment, you would be a great addition to our dynamic team!

6 days ago

General Manager – Contract Catering – Dublin City Centre

Maria Logan RecruitmentDublin€55,000 - €60,000 per yearFull-timePermanent

Maria Logan Recruitment are currently seeking a passionate and quality focused General Manager for one of Ireland’s leading Contract Catering Companies. As General Manager, you will be responsible for all aspects of this prestigious account including staff management, day-to-day operations, financial performance whilst ensuring a positive relationship is nurtured with the client. The successful candidate will have previous experience in contract catering within a blue-chip site ensuring both company profitability and client satisfaction. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who is keen to develop their skills and career within a progressive and innovative food services organisation. This role is City Centre based with working hours of Monday-Friday, 7am - 3.30pm. Salary: €55,000 - €60,000 per year.

21 days ago

Food & Beverage Associates - Dublin Airport

HMSHost Ireland LtdDublinFull-time

HMSHost is world renowned for creating innovative concession plans in travel venues such as airports, train stations and highways. The company has won international recognition for its original concepts, creative store designs and outstanding customer service! A wholly owned subsidiary of Autogrill spa, HMSHost and the rest of the Autogrill group are recognised leaders in retail, food and beverage concessions and serving people on the move. We currently have the opportunity for a number of full time food and beverage associates to join our team based in Dublin Airport to help us achieve our vision of all our guests - ''Feeling Good On The Move" What we are looking for: If you are interested - please do not hesitate - apply!

2 days ago

Healthcare Assistants

Mowlam HealthcareRush, DublinFull-time

Who are we? Mowlam Healthcare provides resident-centered nursing home care with compassion, dignity and respect. Our clear focus is “To Enhance the Quality of Life for Our Older Residents”and to do this we must have the best and most passionate people who are committed to making a difference. We are now looking for caring, empathetic and reliable Healthcare Assistants In Rush Nursing Home, a luxury purpose-built home offering 56 bed, set in the beautiful town of Rush in North Country Dublin. The ideal candidate should be motivated to progress their career and grow with us here at Mowlam Healthcare! Purpose of the Role The Care Assistant works as a member of a team delivering care to the residents via the Named Nurse concept. As such a team member, the Care Assistant contributes to the fulfillment of Mowlam Healthcare’s philosophy of care. Reports To: Nurse in Charge Responsible To: Director of Nursing Main Activities: Note This job description is intended to give the post holder an appreciation of the role and the range of duties, it does not attempt to detail every activity. Given the nature of the work, it must be stressed that maximum flexibility is required to work in the nursing home. Specific tasks and objectives will be agreed with the post holder periodically by the Home Manager. > Due to the high number of applications we only reply to candidates who are shortlisted for interview<

29 days ago

Senior Podiatrist

Beaumont HospitalDublin52,162 - 61,418Full-time

Post Title:      Senior Podiatrist    Post Status:   Permanent Department:  Podiatry Location:        Beaumont Hospital, Dublin 9 Reports to:    Business Manager / Clinical Director Salary: Appointment will be made on the Senior Podiatrist salary scale (€52,162- €61,418) at a point in line with Government pay policy. Hours of work: Full-Time Closing Date: 12 Noon on Wednesday, August 14th 2019 Position Summary: To work as part of multi-disciplinary teams in providing a quality, person centered, evidence based podiatry service to meet the needs of service users. Principal Duties and Responsibilities: Professional / Clinical • Adhere to the National Diabetes Multi-disciplinary Foot-care model • Ensure professional standards are maintained in accordance with “The Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists (UK) Guidelines on Minimum Standards of Clinical Practice” for Podiatry. • Work as part of a team or independently to ensure effective day to day co-ordination and prioritization of the podiatry service within the designated work / activity areas. • Co-ordinate clinic appointments, organise time and ensure deadlines are met. • Communicate with senior and/or junior staff, write reports, present data as required and specifically collect required access data of foot-care service that will allow hospital site to be audited. • Provide data reports to the National Diabetes Programme, Working Group and Regional Co-ordinator of Clinical Programmes and RDO Offices as required. • Be directly responsible for the assessment and treatment of patients referred, including those with a complex presentation using investigative analytical skills. • Interpret and analyse clinical and non-clinical facts to form an accurate diagnosis and prognosis for a wide range of complex conditions. • Monitor and evaluate outcomes of treatment for individual patients. • Be responsible for the recording and updating of notes following assessment and treatment of patients. • Develop and present Health Promotion packages for service stakeholders. • Work as part of a multi-disciplinary team and to liaise with other staff and disciplines, attend case conferences and meetings as appropriate. • Engage in team building and change management initiatives. • Develop and maintain good working relationships with team members, hospital staff and specialist services to ensure an integrated service for clients. • Work independently as well as part of a wider healthcare team. • Take responsibility for a number of specialist areas of practice working with a variety of client groups (e.g. rheumatoid arthritis/ chronic disease, high risk diabetes, chronic neuropathy, vascular diseases, wound management/tissue viability, biomechanics, nail surgery, plastic surgery, orthopaedics and department of orthotics). • Participate in community needs assessment and ongoing community involvement. • Partake in the allocation of work amongst staff within the clinical area so as to ensure a high standard of service to patients and good staff morale. • Communicate and liaise with the Community Podiatry service when required. Education and Training • Act at all times as an effective role model by demonstrating skilled Podiatry practice within the clinical situation. • Maintain and develop personal specialist skills in the clinical area through personal study, attending lectures, courses, in-house training and to act as a resource for other members of staff. • Act as a mentor, providing advice and support to junior staff, sharing knowledge to maintain professional standards and good work practice. • Ensure that all newly qualified podiatrists have adequate induction and clinical supervision. • Discuss present performance and future development needs with the Podiatry Manager. • Participate in continuous improvement and other quality initiatives. • Actively seek opportunities to improve client care within resources available. • Work effectively using common computer software and engage in Information Technology development as they apply to client and service administration. • Be responsible for keeping up to date with organizational development within the Health Service Executive. • Participate in regular audit and service development. Health & Safety • Work in a safe manner with due care and attention to the safety of self and others. • Implement agreed policies, procedures and safe professional practice by adhering to relevant legislation, regulations and standards. • Be responsible for risk minimization and management of own area of work and report any potential hazards of any aspect of the service to the line manager. • Document appropriately and report any near misses, hazards and accidents and bring them to the attention of the relevant person(s). Administration • Participate in relevant planning activities to ensure that the podiatry services provided are adequate and developed according to patients needs in consultation and agreement with service manager. • Contribute to the development and implementation of information sharing protocols, audit systems, referral pathways, individual care plans and shared care arrangements. • Understand and adhere to the policies, procedures and protocols of the Service and participate in the development of such policies as appropriate. • Carry out clinical/administrative audit to ensure standards are met by junior staff, and co-operate with any audit processes undertaken by the line manager. • Be responsible and accountable for the care and maintenance of equipment and stock control and other such duties that may be assigned by the Podiatry Manager, e.g. to be responsible and accountable for the economical use of resources of the Service. • Prepare, store and maintain such records / data as required by the Podiatry Manager. • Be aware of the implications of the Freedom of Information legislation. • Notify the Podiatry Manager of annual leave in advance and sick leave, as soon as possible in accordance with policy. The above job specification 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. • Demonstrates knowledge and experience of effective models of Podiatry assessments and treatments • Demonstrates clinical knowledge and understanding of quality issues relating to services. • Demonstrates good theoretical knowledge and at have at least some undergraduate experience in nail surgery and the use of local anaesthesia. • Demonstrates experience of supervision of junior staff / students in the clinical setting and knowledge / experience of a mentor scheme for junior staff. • Demonstrates experience of working in specialist clinics or using specialist skills in general clinics in the care of the following client groups: Rheumatoid arthritis/ chronic disease, high risk diabetes, chronic neuropathy, vascular diseases, wound management/tissue viability and biomechanics. • Demonstrate knowledge of national issues/developments in Podiatry. • Demonstrates involvement in health promotion and disease management. • Demonstrates evidence of effective planning and organising skills including awareness of resource management and importance of value for money. • Demonstrates the ability to work independently as well as part of a team. • Demonstrates effective communication and interpersonal skills. • Demonstrates a commitment to providing a quality service and is sympathetic and understanding of the needs and expectations of others. • Is innovative, enthusiastic and self-motivated in their approach to service delivery, health promotion and customer care • Demonstrates the ability to evaluate information, problem solve and make effective decisions. • Demonstrate good working knowledge of common computer software packages. • Demonstrate knowledge of the HSE Primary Care Strategy and how it relates to Podiatry. Selection Criteria: Selection criteria outline the qualifications, skills, knowledge and/or experience that the successful candidate would need to demonstrate for successful discharge of the responsibilities of the post. Applications will be assessed on the basis of how well candidates satisfy these criteria. Mandatory: Each candidate must: (a) Hold the BSC (Hons) in Podiatry of the National University of Ireland, Galway. or   (b) Be on the list of podiatrists / chiropodists approved by the HSE to practise in the        publicly funded health service on or before the 30th April 2010. or       (c) Hold a qualification equivalent to (a). and   (d) Have a minimum of three years satisfactory post qualification clinical experience. and   (e) Have the clinical, managerial and administrative capacity to discharge the functions        of the role. Candidates must demonstrate: • A knowledge of and ability to undertake a comprehensive assessment of the vascular and neurological status of the lower limb including use of Doppler waveform analysis, Ankle Brachial Pressure Index calculation, and tests for sensory and motor dysfunction. • Knowledge of advanced vascular and neurological investigation. • Experience in lower limb musculoskeletal assessment and gait analysis, including computerised gait analysis and evaluation of plantar pressures. • Knowledge of and experience in prescription and fitting of orthotic devices, casting techniques, and provision of off-loading devices. • Knowledge of tissue viability and experience in treating chronic diabetes foot ulceration • A high standard of local wound care including sharp debridement skills and knowledge of standard and advanced topical therapies (e.g. wound dressings, Versijet, negative pressure wound therapy). • The ability to detect signs of infection, determine level of infection, referral for imaging investigations and antibiotic therapy if necessary, and ability to effectively carry out investigations such as wound swabs and biopsies. • Demonstrate a sound knowledge of antibiotic therapies for diabetes foot infections and the ability to interpret microbiological and radiology reports • Knowledge of dermatological conditions associated with diabetes • Be pro-active and self-directed with an innovative approach and a desire to promote clinical excellence and life-long learning Informal Enquiries ONLY to: Name:                  Mr Patrick Clerkin Title:                    Business Manager Medical Directorate Email address: Telephone:        01-8528617   Further Information for Candidates: Supplementary information: The Hospital Management Unit:

22 days ago

Clinical Specialist Radiographer

Beaumont HospitalDublin51,608 - 60,959Full-time

Post Title:  Clinical Specialist Radiographer in the General X-ray Department Post Status :  Permanent Department  Imaging and Interventional Radiology Directorate Location:  Beaumont Hospital, Dublin 9  Reports to:  Radiography Service Manager II Salary:  Appointment will be made on Clinical Specialist Radiographer salary scale (€51,608 - €60,959) at a point in line with Government pay policy.  Hours of work:    Fulltime Closing Date:  12 midday 23/08/19 Position Summary: The Clinical Specialist Radiographer in General X-ray is responsible for the effective management of the General X-ray department reporting to the Radiography Services Manager 2. This position requires the ability to lead, guide and supervise staff; the ability to manage in a rapidly changing environment and the willingness to undertake additional duties as may be assigned from time to time. Principal Duties and Responsibilities:  Key Duties and Responsibilities: • Reporting to the Radiography Services Manager and his/her deputy the position of Clinical Specialist Radiographer requires an ability to lead, guide and supervise Radiographic staff in the assigned area and to successfully manage service delivery on a day to day basis. • Provide management support and leadership in the general x-ray department. • Ensure the delivery of an efficient and caring general x-ray service to patients. • Ensure the comfort of patients in the general x-ray department. • Provide patients with empathy and emotional support. • Ensure that best practice and quality service principles are adhered to on a daily basis. • Supervise and organise work as appropriate. • Lead the development and implementation of operational policies, protocols and guidelines. • Participate in planning and development of the general x-ray service in conjunction with other staff as appropriate. • Supervise the appointment system to ensure good workflow practices. • Ensure that appropriate referral screening procedures are adhered to. • Report and investigate the following as appropriate: o Complaints from patients. o Accidents involving staff, patients or members of the general public. o Damage to equipment. • Promote and maintain a safe environment for patients and staff. • Promote the ALARA principle. • Maintain and update knowledge of European and national legislation and guidelines regarding medical ionising radiation protection. • To carry out his/her duties under the supervision of the Radiography Services Manager and his/her deputy or such other person designated for that purpose by the Chief Executive or designated officer. • The employee will be required to spend a minimum of seven out of every eight weeks working in the assigned area of the Radiology Department while also rotating through the rest of the Department. • Identify training needs of new staff in equipment and procedures specific to general x-ray. • Responsible for the training of all Radiographers and other staff as appropriate. Inform the RSM II of the progress of each Radiographer throughout their training. • Participate in and support role extension as appropriate. • Be respectful of the confidential nature of the role, in particular the patient’s right to confidentiality. • Read and adhere to all relevant policies, procedures and guidelines of Beaumont Imaging & Interventional Radiology Directorate. • Be aware the highest standard of hygiene must be maintained in the Hospital at all times and all staff members are responsible for ensuring compliance with the Hospitals requirements and standards with regard to hygiene. • Ensure that effective safety procedures are in place to comply with the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005. Each staff member is individually responsible for ensuring that the Hospital remains a safe place to work. • Be appropriate in the use of Information Technology and mindful of Confidentiality Law and Ethics, Privacy and Data Protection. Operations: • To contribute to the development and implementation of operational policies, protocols and guidelines to ensure optimum utilisation of resources and systematic audit of such usage. • To identify and implement operational processes to international best practice standards in order to optimise the use of resources and to ensure compliance with international requirements. • Participation in Departmental audit systems and ensure agreed quality initiatives are carried out • To manage changes in the Radiology service as determined by the RSM2 and to work with the relevant personnel in accommodating the relevant changes and communicating these changes to the general x-ray team. • To act as radiology contact liaison with the general x-ray equipment vendors regarding existing issues together with the development, evaluation and testing of proposed new systems. • To participate and advise on the equipment selection, purchase, replacement or upgrading process and be involved in the commissioning of new general x-ray equipment. • To liaise with appropriate personnel in maintaining accurate records of equipment service, maintenance, malfunction, downtime and performance as required. • To maintain up to date knowledge of general x-ray developments and to promote awareness of same. • To attend meetings as requested by the Radiography Services Manager (or deputy/designate) and keep staff briefed on developments. • To plan for downtime with all relevant stakeholders. In the event of downtime to ensure that the service is restored as soon as possible and to follow up by identifying the cause of the downtime and to put in place preventative measures for the future. • To act as an advocate for and to promote best practice with regard to general x-ray. Strategic Management: • To support the Radiography Services Manager (or deputy/designate) in the leadership of a skilled QA team within Radiology, in order to create and promote a safe healthy working environment. • To assist with the development and implementation of Risk Management and Health and Safety strategies. • To actively participate in the continuing education and research activities consistent with the position. • As the financial function is devolved within the organisation contribute to financial planning and ensure that appropriate budgetary procedures are implemented. Quality Assurance: • To develop, implement and maintain a general x-ray Quality Assurance Programme for the Radiology Department and associated areas. • To represent general x-ray matters at the Radiology Department's Quality Assurance committee. • To co-ordinate and participate in Clinical Audit as relevant to the post. • To participate in Accreditation as required. • To ensure all equipment is in good working order and cleaned as appropriate. • To highlight and report equipment faults and problems to appropriate personnel. • To supervise all ancillary equipment. • To ensure maintenance of all protective equipment. • To ensure that good radiation protection practices are observed for staff and patients. Mandatory: Academic/Professional Qualifications and/or relevant Experience Required: (a) Possess a Degree in Radiography or the Diploma of the College of Radiographers* or (b) Possess a qualification at least equivalent to (a) above* and (c) Possess a recognised postgraduate qualification in a radiology speciality/management and 3 years clinical experience in general x-ray or (d) Have not less than six years clinical experience in general x-ray *Applicants are required to register with the Radiographers Registration Board of CORU, the Health and Social Care Professionals Council. Technical/Clinical Competencies Required: Radiographic skills to provide a comprehensive service to patients in general x-ray Working knowledge of radiation protection legislation and guidelines Practical application of best practice guidelines and protocols in general x-ray Teaching skills to provide in-house training to Radiographers in general x-ray IT skills Desirable: Experience in the supervision of staff Basic life support Further Information for Candidates: Supplementary information: The Hospital Management Unit: Informal Enquiries ONLY to: Name: Rachael Pyper     Title: Radiography Service Manager II Email address: Telephone: 01 8092807

22 days ago

Apprentice Electrician

Shane Casey Electrical Services LtdCorkFull-time

We are looking to add to our team. We are recruiting for 2nd, 3rd, 4th-year apprentices, qualified electricians looking for new job opportunities OR somebody that is looking to take up an electrical apprenticeship. There will be a great opportunity for the correct candidate to learn and upskill through the hands on nature of this role. Candidate will be trained in all aspects of electrical and automation systems. Candidates must hold a full drivers license, safepass, manual handling cert, be willing to work and learn, be able to work as a part of a team in a fast paced work environment. Experience and knowledge of the construction industry would be desirable.

24 days ago
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