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Tribunal Lawyers

Malcomson LawDublin

Calling All Aspiring Statutory Inquiry Lawyers. To a Unique, Challenging and Fulfilling Opportunity. The firm Malcomson Law Solicitors is a leading Irish law firm based in Dublin 7, Carlow and London. They have been providing a comprehensive range of legal services to private clients in Ireland since 1858. Malcomson Law Solicitors provides private clients with high quality advice and outstanding client services. Malcomson Law represent ordinary people, often in difficult circumstances where we assist in alleviating their problems. Lawyers and Barristers Malcomson Law (M-Law) are seeking applications from Lawyers (Solicitors & Barristers) to join its Defence Force Tribunal Team. This Team has the necessary experience to make a difference. M-Law have garnered significant experience in various jurisdictions relating to public Statutory Inquiry processes. The Defence Forces Tribunal encompasses a full investigation into various aspects of alleged abuse highlighted by Women Of Honour (for whom M-Law act) that has resulted in the establishment of this Statutory Inquiry Process. This is a unique opportunity to join a Multi-Disciplinary Team on a fixed term contract for the duration of the Tribunal of Inquiry process where the work will be ground-breaking, personally fulfilling & inevitably challenging on a professional/personal level. The M-Law Tribunal Team will comprise a full range of Legal, IT and Support Personnel skillsets for the duration of the Inquiry project. This is an ideal opportunity for experienced professionals who want to work in a challenging and objective focused environment Solicitors/Barristers Ref TRIB;- RB/001 please furnish both letter of application and CV to hr@mlaw.ie

3 days agoTemporary

Nurse Tutor

Muiriosa FoundationTullamore, Offaly

Role: Nurse Tutor Location: Tullamore Tenure: One-year fixed term (Full-time). There may be an opportunity to extend beyond one year which is dependent on funding. The post holder will be involved in planning, developing, co-ordinating, delivering, and evaluating evidence-based, quality-assured education and training programmes for registered nurses, and other staff categories in Intellectual Disability Services, as relevant, within the geographical remit of the Muiríosa Foundation. Education and training programmes must be based on the most up-to-date evidence and research and provide an engaging and challenging forum in which to foster collaborative learning, reflection on practice and innovation. The principles of quality and patient safety, and person-centeredness, must underpin and be applied to all programmes. The successful candidates must be able to demonstrate the following: · Registered, or eligible for registration, in the Intellectual Disability Division of the Register of Nurses and Midwives, maintained by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland [NMBI] · Registered, or eligible for registration, as a Nurse Tutor with the Nursing and Midwifery Board Ireland [NMBI]. · Have a minimum of three years post registration clinical experience in the previous five years as a Registered Nurse of Intellectual Disability at the closing date for receipt of applications for the post. · Extensive experience in teaching and facilitation. · Can demonstrate a depth and breadth of experience in Intellectual Disability Nursing as relevant to the role. · A candidate with previous experience as Nurse Tutor is highly desirable for the role. Informal Enquiries: Amanda Murphy, Director of Nursing. Email: Amanda.murphy@muiriosa.ie Mobile: 087 356 0259 Closing Date for receipt of completed applications: Wednesday 7th August 2024 @ 5pm To apply and for further details please go to our web page at: https://www.muiriosa.ie/employment/ N.B. When applying for positions on Rezoomo, it is recommended to use a PC, Laptop or Tablet as some mobile phones are not compatible with this software.

3 days agoFull-timeTemporary

Staff Social Worker

Enable IrelandDunshaughlin, Meath

Would you like to work for a great employer? Enable Ireland is an organisation that makes a real difference to the lives of children and adults with disabilities in Ireland, and is named as one of Ireland's Irish Independent 150 Best Employers 2023. Enable Ireland, as an equal opportunities employer, proudly maintains a Bronze Award in Diversity from the Irish Centre for Diversity. We vigorously advocate for fairness, respect, equality, diversity, inclusion, and engagement, and are dedicated to ongoing enhancement in these areas. We are currently seeking a highly-motivated Basic Grade Social Worker to join our team in CH08 Meath CDNT 4 Dunsaughlin/East Meath Contract Type: This is a 12 month fixed term contract (Maternity Locum) Contract Hours: 35 hours per week Salary Scale: €49,581 to €65,674 pro rata per annum. Salary scales are subject to LSI’s (Long Service Increments) Annual Leave Entitlement: Annual leave entitlement is 34 days pro rata per annum and proportionately less for less than 12 months service. Overview of the Post: To provide a quality, evidence based social work service to children and young people aged 0 – 18 years and their families within an interdisciplinary and family centred practice framework. The post holder will be required to support other staff and students as assigned. Overview of Duties & Responsibilities: Please see Job Description for full list The successful candidate will have Essential Criteria: · Must be registered in the Social Work Register maintained by the Social Work Registration Board at CORU AND · Maintain live annual registration on the Social Workers Register maintained by the Social Workers Registration Board at CORU AND · Must have the requisite knowledge and ability (including a high standard of suitability and professional ability) for the proper discharge of the duties of the office. AND · Must be eligible to work in the state · Valid driving licence for within the state / jurisdiction with access to own transfer in order to delivery services across a large geographical area Desirable Criteria: · Minimum of 1 year's post qualification experience. · Experience of Interdisciplinary team working. · Some years' experience of working in the disability sector. · Recent, relevant experience working with children and their families. · Experience working with children with disabilities . If you believe you would fit the role then please submit your application today. Benefits As a staff member of Enable Ireland, you will have access to a wide range of benefits, including: · Excellent internal and external training opportunities · Generous annual leave entitlements · Long service reward scheme · Pay adjusted Maternity Leave · Pay adjusted Adoptive Leave · Pay adjusted Paternity Leave · Wellbeing benefits · Pension For a full list of our benefits & conditions, please click on the Employee Benefits link below: https://w ww .enableireland.ie/about -u s/careers/employee -b enefits What now? To apply, please download the Job Description and Person Specification for your information and complete the online application form. CVs will not be accepted. Enable Ireland welcomes applications from candidates who will be eligible for Professional Registration in the coming months. In the event that candidates are considered for appointment pending their Professional Registration, they may initially be appointed to an assistant grade post. Closing date for applications: Tuesday 6thth August 2024 @ 12pm Previous applicants need not apply A panel may be formed from this vacancy for any similar vacancies, which may arise during the next 12 months CHO8 · The post will be subject to reference checks and may be subject to Garda vetting/police clearance, as relevant. · Due to the large volume of applications, we are not in the position to provide individual feedback to applicants who are not shortlisted for interview. · Applications are invited from suitably qualified applicants from all sections of the community. · The above information serves only as a guide to the advertised position. Enable Ireland, at its discretion, reserves the right to change this prior to appointment. · Please review the Enable Ireland’s External Data Protection Notice available at https://www.enableireland.ie/privacy-policy for details on how Enable Ireland processes applicant’s personal information. Please note if you are invited for interview, we will share your personal data with: 1) Any virtual service provider we use to host the interview; and 2) the interview panel (if applicable). Your information will be stored for this purpose in line with our retention policy

3 days agoTemporary

Administrator

Enable IrelandDublin

JOB OPPORTUNITY Would you like to work for a great employer? Enable Ireland is an organisation that makes a real difference to the lives of children and adults with disabilities in Ireland, and is named as one of Ireland's Irish Independent 150 Best Employers 2023. Enable Ireland, as an equal opportunities employer, proudly maintains a Bronze Award in Diversity from the Irish Centre for Diversity. We vigorously advocate for fairness, respect, equality, diversity, inclusion, and engagement, and are dedicated to ongoing enhancement in these areas. We are currently seeking a highly-motivated Grade III Administrator to join our team in CDNT 7 & 2 CHO7 based in Tymon Tallaght and Ballyboden Primary care centre Rathfarnham. Contract Type: Fixed Term 1 year Contract Hours: 35 hrs per week (job-share will be considered) Salary Scale: €26,606 - €42,805 pro rata per annum. Salary scales are subject to LSI’s (Long Service Increments) Annual Leave Entitlement: 30 days pro rata per annum and proportionately less for less than 12 months service. Overview of the Post: To provide quality administrative support to the Children’s Network Disability Team. Provision of efficient reception cover and will greet all visitors to the building making them feel comfortable and valued Overview of Duties & Responsibilities: Please see Job Description for full list The successful candidate will have: Essential Criteria: · A minimum of 2 years relevant reception/secretarial/administrative experience · A relevant secretarial/business or IT studies qualification. · Excellent IT skills, including extensive use of and proficiency in the MS Office Suite. · Experience of working with a database software system. Desirable Criteria: · Experience of working in a similar role in the healthcare/disability sector. · Experience and proficiency in medical dictation If you believe you would fit the role then please submit your application today. Benefits As a staff member of Enable Ireland, you will have access to a wide range of benefits, including: • Excellent internal and external training opportunities • Generous annul leave entitlements • Flexible working • Long service reward schemes • Pay adjusted Maternity leave • Pay adjusted Adoptive leave • Pay adjusted Paternity leave • Wellbeing benefits • Pension For a full list of our benefits, please click here. What now? To apply, please download the Job Description and Person Specification for your information and complete the online application form. CVs will not be accepted Closing date for applications: Wednesday 7th August 2024 at 12pm A panel may be formed from this vacancy for any similar vacancies, which may arise during the next 12 months in CH07 • The post will be subject to reference checks and may be subject to Garda vetting/police clearance, as relevant. • Due to the large volume of applications, we are not in the position to provide individual feedback to applicants who are not shortlisted for interview. • Applications are invited from suitably qualified applicants from all sections of the community. • The above information serves only as a guide to the advertised position. Enable Ireland, at its discretion, reserves the right to change this prior to appointment. • Please review the Enable Ireland’s External Data Protection Notice available at https://www.enableireland.ie/privacy-policy for details on how Enable Ireland processes applicant’s personal information. Please note if you are invited for interview, we will share your personal data with: 1) Any virtual service provider we use to host the interview; and 2) the interview panel (if applicable). Your information will be stored for this purpose in line with our retention policy.

1 day agoTemporary

HR Advisor

Lisburn & Castlereagh City CouncilAntrim£30,296 - £33,024 per year

KEY PURPOSE OF JOB: As a member of the HR & OD team the post holder will be required to: • Provide and develop a high quality HR & OD Service to the Council in support of the corporate plan & strategic workforce plan. • To operate in a dynamic and changing environment, inputting to creative solutions to HR & OD issues and challenges, and provide professional advice on innovative HR & OD. • Provide accurate and timely procedural support and information to Employees, Line Managers and Customers on a range of Human Resources issues KEY RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Carry out the Recruitment and Selection in accordance with the Council’s Recruitment Policies, Equal Opportunity Policy, the Local Government Staff Commission’s Code of Practice on Recruitment and Selection, employment legislation, best practice and associated codes of practice. 2. To be the Human Resources representative at relevant Employee Relations processes including disciplinary cases, grievance cases, harassment cases, attendance cases, flexible working requests, FCR’s etc. 3. Liaise with the Council’s Occupational Health Service in accordance with the Council’s Policy for Managing Attendance and pre-employment health checks. 4. To assist with the induction process of new employees to the Council. 5. Carry out administration for new starts, leavers, secondments, transfers and amendments to employee records and documentation. 6. To provide effective advice and support to the Council’s Departments and Units on generalist Human Resources issues at an advisory level. 7. To provide support and advice to line managers in relation to the implementation of Human Resources related policies and procedures. 8. As directed, assist with the preparation of Monthly / Year End Reports such as Equal Opportunities and Absence. Also assist in preparing reports and statistical returns to relevant Council Departments, external bodies and Council Committees. 9. Promote equality of opportunity and access in service delivery and in employment of staff through the mainstreaming of equality within the Council. 10. Liaise with the other Human Resource Advisors in delivering the day to day service requirements within the HR & OD Unit, as required. Assume a range of Human Resources generalist responsibilities at an advisory level to include the following;- - Provide advice and support to line managers on Human Resources issues; - Provide advice and guidance on all relevant legislation and national, regional and local conditions of service; - Develop, maintain and test the Human Resources Information Systems, as required; - Provide cover for the other Human Resources Advisors. Note: The post holder should be aware that the responsibilities and functional areas of the post may be subject to change as a result of organisational change. The Council therefore reserves the right to change the duties of the post by adding to or amending the range of functional responsibilities. The post holder will be required to be flexible and adaptable to meet the changing needs and requirements of the organisation. We are an equal opportunities employer, and we welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons. Qualifications & Experience It is essential that applicants have a minimum of: QUALIFICATIONS 1.1 – Five GCSE passes at grade A-C, NVQ Level 2 or equivalent. 1.2 – Current Membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development EXPERIENCE 1.3 – Two years’ relevant experience in all the following areas of responsibility; - Human Resources - Provision of advice and guidance to line managers on Generalist Human Resource issues; Where applicants do not hold the qualifications as outlined in 1.1 and 1.2, they must demonstrate a minimum of five years’ experience as outlined in 1.3 above. Knowledge • A working knowledge of computerised Human Resource Information Systems. Behavioural Competencies 1.3 – Managing Performance Sets clear, aligned, high standard performance goals & objectives for self, others and the organisation. 2.2 – Developing our Own Capability Looks for opportunities to learn and develop in order to deliver and add value to their own role. 2.3 – Communicating with impact Presents a positive image by communicating effectively, being resilient and treating people fairly. 3.3 – Meeting Customer Needs Establishes the needs of customers and strives to ensure that these are met. 4.3 – Achieving Results Takes personal responsibility for making things happen. Shows motivation and perseverance in overcoming obstacles and achieving results

10 hours agoTemporaryFull-time
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