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Housing Support Worker

Society of Saint Vincent de PaulLongford€14.64 per hour

The Role: We are currently looking to recruit a  Housing Support Officer  to join our  SVP Social Housing Scheme  in  Longford . The post holder will have responsibility for assisting the Society of St Vincent De Paul volunteer Conference in the provision of an effective housing management service for tenants at the SVP Social Housing Scheme in Longford. This is a great opportunity to join one of Ireland’s largest voluntary organisations and make a difference in your community. Candidate Requirements: Salary: €14.64 per hour

1 day agoPermanentPart-time

Branch Manager


This is a permanent opportunity, and we’re looking for a motivated individual, experienced in generating sales business growth through leading and motivating teams. The role comes with a company car, competitive salary and rewards such as performance bonus, health subsidy, pension and generous annual leave plus Company and Wellbeing days! Do you know someone working in AXA because Refer a Friend payment applies! Reporting to the Regional Manager, the Branch Manager will manage all aspects of branch activity, reporting to a Regional Manager with key responsibilities including: • Delivery of annual business plan for branch, managing all aspects of the Branch Sales Office. • Manage, coach and mentor direct reports to deliver performance of successful retail business through AXA Values. • Identify local business opportunities to grow branch revenue. • Proactive sales lead management, developing key customer relationships to improve new business and retention results. • Responsible for Branch complaint resolution and adherence to all governance procedures and policies as set down by the company including Branch Cash Handling and Expense procedures • Provide regular Market insight to Direct Operations Leadership Team on emerging trends in a timely manner. Your Profile • At least 5 years work experience, with excellent product & technical insurance knowledge to effectively handle referrals & support team. • Qualified APA General & Commercial (Essential), with commitment to work toward CIP • Ability to manage change effectively in a highly pressurised environment. • Strong interpersonal & communication skills to build a high performing motivated team to deliver company targets. • Highly effective planning and organisational skills to prioritise workload and deliver on objectives. • Effective coaching skills to deliver a highly effective, professional sales team. • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite – Word, Excel & Outlook • Pragmatic approach to problem solving coupled with a structured approach to work. • Full clean driving licence

1 day agoPermanent

Administrative Officer

University of GalwayGalway€77,375 - €98,701 per year

1.      Main Purpose of Job The Head of Core Services is a senior leadership role and will be responsible for ensuring core clinical research supports are developed, accredited and deployed to support ongoing University Research activity. They will develop recharge plans to ensure cost recovery and take responsibility for managing the finances of the clinical trials unit. This post is critical to the deployment of supports in a responsive, yet sustainable manner, underpinning the objectives of the Institute. This role will need to be filled by an experienced research professional, with significant experience in core services, principally the postholder will: 3.      Requirements for the role: The successful candidate will demonstrate the eligibility requirements below in terms of qualification, skills and experience: Essential Criteria ·        Level 9 in Health or life Sciences ·        7+ years’ professional experience working in large research performing organisation in a project management/operations role. ·        Previous experience in the management of research projects, budgets and financial reporting. ·        Demonstrable understanding of clinical trials, including regulatory and compliance requirements ·        Significant experience in identifying and evaluating operations requirements, and in the implementation of those requirements. ·        Strong ability to identify income generating activities for the Institute for Clinical Trials ·        Superior ability to build effective working relationships, and encouraging co-operation and collaboration across and within multiple activities. ·        Exceptional ability to maintain performance, responding accurately and effectively under time and technical pressures. ·        Demonstrated excellent written and oral communication skills ·        Experience of stakeholder engagement, responding to the needs and managing expectations of partners. Desirable Criteria ·        Experience in business planning ·        Keen understanding of the research funding environment Salary: €77,375 to €98,701 (applicable to new entrants effective from January, 2011) and in accordance with the terms and conditions of the University’s Remuneration policy.

1 day agoFull-timePermanent

Registrar's Office Administrator

Atlantic Technological UniversitySligo€52,558 - €64,211 per year

Essential Qualifications/Skills Candidates must: · have the requisite knowledge, skills, and competencies to carry out the role. Competencies will be informed by best practice Public Appointment Service competency frameworks for the Irish Public Service; · be capable and competent of fulfilling the role to a high standard; · have obtained at least Grade D3 in five subjects in the Leaving Certificate Examination (higher, ordinary, applied or vocational programmes) or equivalent or have passed an examination at the appropriate level within the QQI qualifications framework which can be assessed as being of a comparable to Leaving Certificate standard or equivalent or higher or have appropriate relevant experience which encompasses equivalent skills and expertise; · have at least two years in a Grade III post, or equivalent, or higher, in the Education and Training Sector. For the purposes of filling vacancies in Grades IV, V, VI and VII in ETBs only, at least two years’ service in an ETB Caretaker Grade will also be considered valid. · have successfully completed their probation period or have successfully completed a probation period at a lower eligible grade. Desirable Qualifications/Skills - Well developed interpersonal skills and ability to engage effectively with a range of internal and external stakeholders. - Exemplary customer service skills. - Strong numeracy skills. - Excellent organisational skills. - Proficient IT Skills including Banner, Agresso Ideally the candidate should have experience of the higher education sector and be familiar with the support needs of adult learners. Duties ·        To organise and co-ordinate all necessary arrangements for admissions, grants, fees, registration, and any other processes and activities, except examinations with specific responsibility for online students. ·        To plan appropriately the activities of the ODL Unit. ·        To liaise with the MIS team, Registration Administrator and the Examinations Secretary to ensure the successful delivery of services to online students ·        To liaise with external stakeholders to ensure the smooth delivery of services to online students. ·        To backfill for the current Grade VI when required (e.g. testing phase of Banner integration) ·        To contribute in the preparation, development and implementation of relevant University policies and procedures. ·        To maintain appropriate records in conjunction with other staff as necessary. ·        To prepare appropriate reports, statistical returns and analyses. ·        To co-operate where appropriate with other areas within the Institute e.g. student induction, examinations, staff induction, finance, etc. ·        To contribute to the co-ordination of any publicity or information material related to the section e.g. Prospectus, Website. ·        To be responsible for the effective management of staff in the Section. ·        To be a team member of the University with a flexible attitude, open to and willing to implement any improvements. ·        To participate in all committees/groups on which the appointee is a member or is assigned. ·        To represent the Student Affairs Manager from time to time. ·        To undertake such other duties as may be assigned from time to time by the University. Salary The salary scale attached to this post is €52,558 to €64,211 (7 points) *Candidates may be appointed up to the 3rd point (€55,338) of the salary scale for previous relevant industry experience in accordance with University Policy*

1 day agoFull-timePermanent

Staff Officer x2

The HSELouth€46,407 - €55,610 per year

Key Responsibilities MANAGEMENT & ADMINISTRATIVE To plan, allocate and evaluate work carried out by teams and individuals within the team as assigned. To manage the performance of assigned staff and promote staff development to maximize potential in line with organisational goals and personal attributes and ability. The role of the Staff Officer, Grade V can be divided into the following areas of responsibility: Finance/Budgeting: Monitor and control the use of resources. Preparation of estimates and returns. Implementation of the Health Service Executive’s financial procedures and regulations. Evaluate and make recommendations on proposals, which have funding implications. Human Resources: Supervise and ensure the well-being of staff within own remit. Create and maintain a positive working environment among staff members, which contributes to maintaining and enhancing effective working relationships. Co‐ordinate, monitor and review the work of staff assigned. Identify Training Needs Staff motivation and quality assurance of workload. Co-operate and work in harmony with other teams and disciplines Communications: To enhance internal and external service delivery by good communications. Interpreting and providing written and oral information to staff and clients, i.e. by phone, letter etc. and contribute positively to the public image of the Health Service Executive. Liaise and co-operate with other members of staff in the interest of providing the best possible service to patients and their families. Understand service users by being approachable and by listening to them. Legislative Compliance and Record Keeping: Have awareness of the guidelines and legislation that governs area of work and ensure compliance when issuing advice and documentation. Ensure compliance with Data Protection Act and Record Keeping/Retention. Assist in the implementation of new legislation/guidelines and associated reports and tasks. Administration: Research, collect and collate data in preparing reports and submissions. Organise and manage meetings. Co-operate with developments and use of information technology. Staff rostering. Evaluate and make decisions Demonstrate initiative in the resolution of complex issues. Health & Safety: Comply with the policies, procedures and safe professional practice of the Irish Healthcare System by adhering to relevant legislation, regulations and standards. Document appropriately and report any near misses, hazard and accidents and bring them to the attention of relevant designated individual(s) in line with best practice. Work in a safe manner with due care and attention to the safety of self and others. Be aware of risk management issues, identify risks and take appropriate action. Comply with Department procedures with regard to assessment, recommendation and / or manufacturing of all assistive devices. Promote a culture that values diversity and respect. 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. Essential Criteria This campaign is confined to staff who are currently employed by the HSE, TUSLA, other statutory health agencies, or a body which provides services on behalf of the HSE under Section 38 of the Health Act 2004 as per Workplace Relations Commission agreement -161867" Have satisfactory experience as a Clerical Officer in the HSE, TUSLA, other statutory health agencies, or a body which provides services on behalf of the HSE under Section 38 of the Health Act 2004 And Candidates must achieve a pass in Ordinary or Higher level papers. A pass in a foundation level paper is not acceptable. Candidates must have achieved these grades on the Leaving Certificate Established programme or the Leaving Certificate Vocational programme. The Leaving Certification Applied Programme does not fulfil the eligibility criteria. Or Have completed a relevant examination at a comparable standard in any equivalent examination in another jurisdiction And Candidates must possess the requisite knowledge and ability, including a high standard of suitability, for the proper discharge of the office. Health Candidates for and any person holding the office must be fully competent and capable of undertaking the duties attached to the office and be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service. Character Each candidate for and any person holding the office must be of good character. POST SPECIFIC Ability to work in a busy environment Experience in managing or supervising staff is desirable Possession of good interpersonal skills Good verbal and written communication skills Good work organisation and prioritisation ability Have a working knowledge of Microsoft packages, work, excel, Power-point and outlook. Good working knowledge of SAP system is desirable. Good working knowledge of the iPms system and the ED iPms system is desirable to oversee all required reports and data quality Skills & Competencies Professional Knowledge & Experience Effective Co-Ordination of Resources Evaluating Information, Problem Solving & Decision Making Communication and Interpersonal Skills The salary scale for the post as at 1.10.2020 is: 46,407 47,853 49,298 50,747 52,747 53,906 55,610

1 day agoFull-timePermanent

L&D Administrator

Carlow€40,000 - €65,000 per year

Job duties: Offer: If you will be successful you will be employed under an 11-month contract with the opportunity for converting to permanent. The salary ranges between €40,000 and €65,000 (DOE). The role will be based in Carlow Business and Technology Park, Carlow. Hybrid Role.

1 day agoPermanent

Accounts Assistant

McCabesPortadown, Craigavon

Main Responsibilities To work as part of a busy Wholesale accounts team Core Duties

1 day agoFull-timePermanent

Customer Assistant


About the role Tesco:Fr Griffin Rd Contract: Part time (30.00 - 35.00) Shift Pattern: Flexible We pride ourselves on offering customers the biggest range of products around. And that's not just food, but everything from clothes and kettles to financial services. But did you know we offer the biggest job opportunities too? With stores across the UK and Ireland, and a variety of roles, we are always looking for people who are as passionate about helping customers as we are. Our Every Little Helps approach doesn't just apply to our customers. It's at the very heart of everything we do at work – and it's what makes us different. We believe in treating each other with respect, and everyone having the opportunity to get on. That's what makes Tesco such a great place to work Should you be successful in your application, your offer will be subject to and conditional upon you providing your bank account details before your agreed start date. You will be responsible for *Entry requirements and rules of the scheme apply About us Our vision at Tesco is to become every customer’s favourite way to shop, whether they are at home or out on the move. Our core purpose is “Serving our customers, communities and planet a little better every day”. Serving means more than a transactional relationship with our customers. It means acting as a responsible and sustainable business for all stakeholders, for the communities we are part of, and for the planet. Through initiatives like the Tesco Community Fund, our association with Children’s Health Foundation, our partnership with FoodCloud and our Stronger Starts programme, we have supported over 21,000 community groups, raised over €7.5 million for medical equipment, and provided almost 15 million meals nationwide, to those living in food insecurity. Tesco has operated in the Irish retail market since 1997, and with 163 stores nationwide, we employ over 13,000 people in cities and towns around Ireland, supporting almost 45,000 jobs directly and indirectly. We partner with over 500 Irish suppliers - of which almost three-quarters are small and medium enterprises - which in turn supports almost 13,000 farming families around Ireland. Tesco is the single largest buyer of Irish food and drink in the world, buying €1.6 Billion a year; more than any other single country in the European Union, more than even the USA which you perceive as a massive buyer of Irish food. We work closely with suppliers across Ireland who are dedicated to making the best products for our customers and this is reflected in the numerous awards our products have won over the years including Blás Na hÉireann, World Steak Challenge and Great Taste Awards. We are proud to have an inclusive culture at Tesco where everyone truly feels able to be themselves. It is embedded in our values: we treat people how they want to be treated. At Tesco, we not only celebrate diversity, but recognise the value and opportunity it brings. We always want our colleagues to feel they can be themselves at work and we are committed to helping them be at their best. We are building an inclusive workplace, a place to actively celebrate the cultures, personalities and preferences of our colleagues – who in turn help to build the success of our business and reflect the diversity of the communities we serve. We’ve taken steps to ensure our stores are places where everyone feels welcome to shop too, with colleagues all trained to support those with a visible or hidden disability through the Sunflower Lanyard programme. We’re a big business with diverse working patterns and many business areas which means that we can find something that works for you. Everyone is welcome at Tesco. We have embraced a blended working week – combining office and remote working. Our offices will continue to be where we connect, collaborate and innovate. Please talk to us to about how this can work for you.

2 days agoPart-timePermanent

Global Trade Operations Specialist

GlanbiaDungarvan, Waterford

Glanbia Business Services Global Trade Operations Specialist Join us on our journey! An opportunity has arisen for a Global Trade Operations Specialist. This is a permanent opportunity and will report to the Head of Global Trade Operations. Who we are: The Global Trade Operations Function is a new function within the Glanbia PLC Shared Services Centre that has been established to ensure all Glanbia Business Units and Joint Ventures are in compliance with their customs and international trade obligations and to ensure our international supply chains are operating in an efficient and effective manner from a customs and international trade perspective. This is an exciting role supporting various Business Units in a number of territories (EMEA, Americas, APAC). What your role will involve: Where you will work The base location of the role can be in any of our office locations in Dungarvan, Co Waterford OR Kilkenny OR Citywest, Dublin 24 with a hybrid working arrangement available through our Smart working model which allows you a greater choice in how you work and live, giving you a better work-life balance.  At Glanbia, we celebrate diversity, because we know that our individual strengths make us stronger together. We welcome and encourage interest from a wide variety of candidates, and we will give your application consideration, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender perception or identity, national origin, age, marital status, or disability status.

2 days agoPermanent

Financial Accountant, Accounting And Reporting Team


About Tirlán Tirlán, formerly known as Glanbia Ireland, is a world-class food and nutrition co-operative, with a diverse portfolio of quality ingredients, leading consumer and agri brands. A talented team of over 2,100 people manage Tirlán’s network of 11 production facilities and 52 agri retail outlets serving its communities with annual revenues of over €3 billion expected in 2022. Tirlán’s state-of-the-art headquarters in Kilkenny city and innovation centre in Ballyragget promote innovation, creativity, and collaboration. Tirlán is committed to sustainability throughout the organisation through its comprehensive Living Proof programme, and the Science-Based Targets initiative (SBTi) contained within it. For more information visit www.tirlan.com Role Profile We are currently recruiting for two permanent Financial Accountant positions within the A&R team. The successful candidates will support the A&R Manager and Senior A&R Manager in ensuring the timely and accurate financial accounting and management reporting for a Ingredients category (division) of Tirlán with key responsibility for the reporting of period end, year end and all planning processes.  Key Responsibilities If you are interested in this position, please apply with an up-to-date resume. Join our Talent Pool Considering a new career in Tirlán but this isn’t the role for you?! Then why not register your experience & sign up for career opportunities at www.tirlan.com/careers. Commitment to Diversity & Inclusion Tirlán embraces diversity, equal opportunity, and inclusion. We are committed to building diverse teams where different perspectives drive innovation and growth. We strive to create an inclusive workplace where people can bring their true self to work and achieve their full potential. At Tirlán, we celebrate diversity, because we know that our individual strengths make us stronger together. We welcome and encourage interest from a wide variety of candidates, and we will give your application consideration, without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender perception or identity, national origin, age, marital status, or disability status.  At Tirlán our culture will celebrate individuality, knowing that together we are more. Tirlán owns leading consumer and agri brands such as Avonmore, Kilmeaden Cheese, Millac, Solmiko, Truly Grass Fed, Premier Milk, Wexford, mymilkman.ie and GAIN Animal Nutrition.  About us: The farmer-owned co-operative has a first-class track record of success in the global market. Rooted in a rich heritage of family farming and embedded in its communities, Tirlán has evolved to bring the passion of its farmers and their high-quality milk and grains to the international marketplace. Using modern-day technology and applying the best processes to its milk pool of three billion litres and its premium grains portfolio, Tirlán now exports to more than 80 countries. Its award-winning brands are household names in Ireland, and include Ireland’s number one consumer dairy brand, Avonmore. The organisation draws on a wealth of experience to deliver exceptional products and tailored nutritional solutions including Kilmeaden, Wexford, Truly Grass Fed, Solmiko, CheddMax and GAIN. Tirlán has a strong market presence in the UK, France, Germany, UAE, the US, North Africa, Japan, and China.

2 days agoPermanent
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