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Secretary To The Head Of School
Post Title & Subject Area: Secretary to the Head of School FTE 0.5 (half-time role) Post Duration: Fixed-term contract until 30th September 2025 Grade: Grade V Reports to: Head of School The position of Secretary to the Head of School of Fine Art requires the role holder to be able to work independently, to prioritise their work and meet deadlines. Given the nature of the role, and the support it provides across the College, the role holder will be required to exercise good judgement, discretion and maintain confidentiality. Experience of working in the public service or the education sector would be beneficial. Salary: Grade V Salary Scale €48,090 - €57,571 pro-rata* *Candidates should note that as per Department of Finance guidelines, entry will be at the minimum point of the scale and the rate of remuneration will not be subject to negotiation and may be adjusted from time to time in line with Government pay policy. Different terms and conditions may apply if you are a currently serving civil or public servant Annual Leave: Annual Leave will be 25 working days pro-rata. This leave is exclusive of public holidays. Hours of Attendance : Working hours will be 17.5 hours per week (net of rest breaks). Location: This position is based at NCAD, 100 Thomas Street, Dublin 8. PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES ● Assist with the administrative duties of the Head of the School including taking minutes of Fine Art board and Fine Art Staff meetings ● Provide administrative support to the Head of the School, with regard to scheduling interviews, timetabling for staff and student’s organisation of material i.e. Staff and Student Handbooks. ● On behalf of the Head of the School collate the documentation required for Programme Boards/reports to Academic Council. ● Assist with administration and engagement of external stakeholders on behalf of the Head of School of Fine Art, specifically schools and external partners. ● Process timesheets, travel expenses forms, order forms, external examiner expense forms etc and maintain accurate records ● To make arrangements (including accommodation) for the visits of external examiners visiting lecturers etc. ● To be responsible for the processing and ordering of all stationary and materials relating to the School. ● Assist with administration of the range of School of Fine Art activities across the college. ● Maintain files, collect and collate assessment marks, assist the Head of School of Fine Art, enter student examinations records and answer student queries regarding student matters such as assessment results. ● To deal with all calls and enquiries in the School of Fine Art. ● Assist with file and diary management and office administration ● Any other appropriate duties as may be assigned by the Appropriate Officer from time to time 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: ● A minimum of 3 years’ experience in an equivalent role ● Have excellent communication, both written and verbal ● Have excellent interpersonal skills, with proven experience of building relationships with external and internal stakeholders ● Strong administration skills and experience ● Have the ability to exercise good judgement and discretion; maintain confidentiality ● Have excellent IT skills with strong G-Suite skills ● Have proven ability to work on your own initiative ● Demonstrate the ability to prioritise and work to deadlines ● Enjoy working in a creative environment, collaborating across teams and effectively responding to tasks and requests ● Be legally eligible to work in the Republic of Ireland
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Project Manager, Council Support Unit
Project Manager - various locations across Northern Ireland Initial post available in Derry City & Strabane District Council Derry City & Strabane District Council (DCSDC) has a significant programme of capital projects which are currently being delivered by an experienced council team, supported by a number of experienced SIB Project Managers. This includes the council's own capital investment programme and the Council’s City Deal which is worth c. £250m. As well as a growing portfolio of projects that the Council wishes to deliver in a ‘business as usual’ context, the Council successfully secured just over £16m of funding from the UK Government Levelling Up Fund. Strategic investment projects currently being progressed by Council as part of this funding are: 1. The Daisyfield Sports Hub £5.2m, which will provide better leisure facilities to develop sporting talent, including a FIFA 1 Star synthetic multi-use games area, development of a single storey sports centre, an upgraded grass pitch and new changing rooms. 2. Acorn Farm, a £5.6m capital build programme at St Columb’s Park for a unique urban growing space within the city, with a further £181,000 to regenerate St Columb’s Hall. 3. Derg Active, a £6.47m project to deliver a high-quality public realm scheme at the Diamond in the centre of Castlederg village. In order to meet the Levelling Up Funding completion date of 31st March 2025 (and potentially meet funding and operational requirements in relation to the projects after this period), DCSDC requires a significant additional level of work over the next few years not only to deliver the Levelling Up Fund capital developments on the ground, but also to develop the necessary governance and reporting associated with delivery of these Levelling Up Fund projects. The council has therefore approached SIB to provide an additional suitably qualified Project Manager to support this work. The employment offer with Derry City & Strabane District Council will be a 3 year fixed term contract (with the possibility of extension beyond this, subject to workload). The post will be subject to satisfactorily completing a probationary period of 12 months. A merit list of suitable Project Managers will be maintained for a period of up to 12 months in the event that suitable additional roles become available across any of the 11 Northern Ireland Councils, including full-time or part time positions.
Early Years Supervisor
Fixed Term Early Years Supervisor (Ref: C/EYS/B/0002) Job details: Job Background The role of the Early Year’s Supervisor will be to deliver quality early year’s services to support the delivery of the Sure Start programme within the Bangor Sure Start area including temporary expansion into Donaghadee South 1. You will be responsible for the day to day running of the early year’s services and to ensure that they create a welcoming, safe and child centred environment.
Hrjob Senior Project Lead
Contract: 18-24 month fixed term contract Hours of work: 37.5 Location: Remote home working/ hybrid Galen is a privately owned pharma company with commercial operations in the UK and Europe and a network of partners serving global markets. Particular areas of focus include emergency care, gastroenterology and medical nutrition. We are always looking out for new markets and opportunities toward fulfilling our vision of creating a truly international pharmaceutical company from our base in Northern Ireland. Our expertise lies in: We are seeking a Senior Project Lead to manage an exciting new drug development programme for Galen. The project itself, whilst in the early stages, centres around a drug device combination product. The role holder will be responsible for managing the smooth running of all internal and external development aspects of the programme, including stakeholder management and will provide the necessary oversight and coordination needed to drive the project forward. (For full details of essential and desirable criteria, please refer to the job description and person specification) Along with a third level qualification, and a can-do attitude teamed with commercial acumen, the successful candidate should have previous experience in a pharmaceutical project role and have familiarity with the requirements of a pharmaceutical development programme. Previous experience of working within a drug device development project is highly desirable. To apply, please attach your CV ensuring you demonstrate how you meet the skills and experience required for the role. Please note this role is initially being offered on an 18-24 month fixed term contract and can be based remotely/ offer hybrid working depending on where the successful candidate is located. Closing date for receipt of applications: 5pm, Monday 9th October 2023 Please note CVs will be assessed on an ongoing basis and we reserve the right to close this advert early if necessary.
Senior Occupational Therapist
Children’s Disability Network Team 9 North Cork City & Blarney Senior Occupational Therapist (Paediatrics) Temporary Fixed Term 12 months Cope Foundation is seeking a highly motivated and enthusiastic Senior Grade Occupational Therapist in paediatric services. The successful applicant will work within an interdisciplinary team and will work as a member of a Children’s Disability Network Team. This post will provide opportunities for the successful candidate to: Informal enquiries can be made to Conor McNally, Children’s Disability Network Manager Network Team 8 on 086 067 6089. Completed application forms must be returned no later than Monday 2ndOctober 2023. Applicants may be short listed on the basis of their application. A panel may be formed for a 12-month period to fill future temporary, full time Senior Grade Occupational Therapist positions that may arise across all CDNTs managed by Cope Foundation as Lead Agency. The Department of Health & Children Consolidated Scales apply. Visit our website at www.cope-foundation.ie
Children’s Disability Network Team 9 North Cork City & Blarney Senior Psychologist (Paediatrics) Temporary Fixed Term 12 months Cope Foundation is seeking to recruit highly motivated and enthusiastic full-time Senior Psychologist in paediatric services. The successful applicant will work within an interdisciplinary team as a member of Children’s Disability Network Team 9, North Cork City & Blarney. Requirements of the post: Informal enquiries can be made to Conor McNally, Children’s Disability Network Manager Network Team 8 on 086 067 6089. Completed application forms must be returned no later than Monday 2ndOctober 2023. Applicants may be short listed on the basis of their application. A panel may be formed for a 12-month period to fill future temporary, full time Senior Psychologist positions that may arise across all CDNTs managed by Cope Foundation as Lead Agency. The Department of Health & Children Consolidated Scales apply. Visit our website at www.cope-foundation.ie
MICE Sales Manager, Maternity Cover
We are currently looking for a passionate proactive MICE Sales Manager to join our Sales and Marketing Department. The position is available on a fixed term contract, for the purpose of maternity cover. Start date for the position would be from December 2023. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a friendly and welcoming team on a permanent basis, and help us to consistently deliver memorable moments and five star service to our guests and each other. At Mount Juliet Estate, our purpose is to enrich the journeys of our people and our guests and as a proactive MICE Sales Manager, your main duties will include: - Manage a pre-determined number of key accounts/key prospects and other active accounts to ensure maximum yield in line with hotel budgetary objectives. -Work closely with the Marriott Teams and preferred accounts internationally to drive MICE business to Mount Juliet Estate - Maintain valid call objectives and relevant action plans for each key account/key prospect and ensure all follow up is executed in a timely manner. - Compile and execute monthly sales action plans with budgets as agreed with DOSM. - Personally make your own appointments and carry our telephone research on a weekly basis. -Work closely with the local DMCs, maintaining relationships and driving business into Mount Juliet Estate - Proactively identify opportunities, arrange and manage familiarisation trips in line with business needs. - Create and pursue innovative ideas for revenue generation ensuring that all opportunities are researched fully and presented to the DOSM where appropriate. - To conduct sales trips as requested to UK, EU and International. -Attend Failte Ireland/Tourism Ireland Events in the MICE market Preferred: Knowledge of Marriott sales systems, including but not limited to PMS, Opera, Marsha. Experience: minimum 2/3 years experience in similar sales position #Jobs
Service Manager Adult Services X
About the role: Two full-time fixed term vacancies exist within St Michaels House for Service Managers. Initially reporting to the Director of Adult Services and then reporting to the Director of Nursing. The successful candidate will be responsible for managing and ensuring very high standards of quality in a cluster of nurse-led adult residential services. The position offers a unique opportunity to influence service quality and to work with an experienced team of service managers, motivated and positive group of frontline managers and teams of dedicated and committed staff. The successful candidate will have responsibility for several key areas including budget management, human resource management, health, safety and quality assurance, and the implementation of national policies and standards. They will assist the Director of Adult Services in managing the overall service, working as an integral part of the Adult Services Management Team. Eligible applicants will be those who on the closing date for the competition: · Are registered and maintain annual registration in the Intellectual Disability Division of the Register of Nurses and Midwives maintained by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland [NMBI] (Bord Altranais agus Cnáimhseachais na hÉireann). And · Have 5 years post registration intellectual disability nursing experience and 4 years nursing management experience at a minimum of Clinical Nurse Manager 2 [CNM 2] level of which 3 must have been in an Intellectual Disability (ID) setting. And · Have successfully completed a post registration programme of study, NFQ major academic Level 8 or above award in health care or management related area. And · Candidates must possess the requisite clinical, leadership, managerial and administrative knowledge, and ability for the proper discharge of the duties of the office. And The Ideal Candidate: Will have a proven track record in building and maintaining relationships and strong communication skills at all levels, the ability to foster excellent teamwork and trust in a changing environment, have demonstrated leadership characteristics and have an in-depth knowledge of HIQA standards. Experience of managing front line staff and being an effective team player to effect real change in the lives of adults with intellectual disabilities is an integral part of the position. To provide clinical leadership which results in the delivery of effective, efficient, quality assured and client centred nursing care. This role is both diverse and challenging and will provide the right candidate with excellent opportunities to be part of a team that delivers innovative, and person centred supports for people who use our services. Salary Scale: The successful candidate will be paid in line with the HSE revised consolidated Band 4 nursing pay scale. Point 1: €70,792 to Point 7: €82,476 per annum. To apply: Please upload your CV and cover letter and outline in your cover letter your suitability for the role considering the criteria in the above advert. Informal enquiries are welcomed by Conor Kenny, Director of Adult Services on 01 8840200, Elaine Teague, Director of Adult Services on 01 8770500, Gráinne Bourke Director of Nursing on 018840200 Closing date for receipt of completed applications is 2nd October 2023 at 5pm with interviews scheduled for week commencing 9th October St. Michael's House Services is an equal opportunities employer
Applegreen HR Generalist - ROI Operations Maternity Cover – FTC Role Introduction: Applegreen is in a rapid growth phase and is seeking to onboard a HR Generalist who will provide HR support to the ROI retail operations function. This role is a fixed term full-time contract which reports directly to the Head of HR and will have support of the ROI Human Resources team. It is an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to build and grow in their HR career. The successful candidate will be a confident people person who can fit into the HR function seamlessly and adopt a hands-on approach. Key Responsibilities: - Provide HR advice to Line Managers and employees throughout all stages of the employee life cycle, ensuring advice is legally compliant and in line with company policy & procedure. - Partner with line management and the Head of HR to ensure that HR policies and practices are rolled out and implemented appropriately across the business to optimise business performance. - Ensure smooth operational practices for all HR initiatives and services by proactively resolving HR issues, thus accelerating the execution of the business strategy and objectives. - Design and deliver in-house management training programmes. - Measure and continually improve effectiveness of training and development initiatives. - Advise and mentor line management in the effective operation of the performance management process and contribute to the identification of appropriate development and skills training programmes. - Manage reward and benefits offering ensuring it’s competitive in the retail market and aligned to our company’s strategy and business goals. - Build on and work closely with external support resources in the delivery of best practice HR processes and compliance. - Enhance employee experience through HR initiatives that drive sustainable engagement with a focus on inclusion & diversity in the workplace. - Contribute towards the integration and maintenance of the companies cloud based HCM system SAP SuccessFactors. - Report on metrics across the business as required. The Candidate should have the following: Qualifications and Experience: - Honours Degree in HR, Business Studies or other related discipline is essential; - 2-3 years’ experience; - Strong interpersonal, influencing, coaching and communication skills with the ability to build effective relationships with all stakeholders; - Strong working knowledge of employment law is required; - Self-motivated & resilient with the capacity to work under pressure; - Negotiation skills; - Attention to detail; - A track record of delivery of outstanding business performance and results; Career evidence of excellence in Team-Working, Talent Management, Operation Excellence and Lean Principles & Personal Integrity. Additional Key Skills & Attributes: - A dynamic individual who adapts well to change and can thrive in an organisation which is rapidly growing and evolving. - A highly organised individual with ability to plan and organise own workload effectively for maximum impact and work flexibly around changing priorities as required. - Ability to execute directly at high quality and pace. - A ‘can do’ attitude and a positive solution focused mindset. - Committed to their role, with a strong work ethic, and ambitious in building their future capability and career. - A strong focus on innovations and trends and invests in their external network. - Has strong commercial acumen. - Ability to engage and develop relationships with individuals at all levels of the organisation. - Is a self-starter who is driven and can work on own initiative. - Is resilient and calm under pressure. - Has sound judgement and objective logical decision-making skills. - A team player, with exceptional interpersonal skills, and ability to influence. - Has strong leadership potential and management skills, who will be a role model for the people and culture at Applegreen. - Willing to travel ad hoc if required.