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Paediatric Staff Nurse

Beaumont HospitalDublin29,346 - 45,701Full-time

Post Title : Paediatric Staff Nurse   Location : Beaumont Hospital Reports to : Directorate Nurse Manager Salary : Appointment will be made on Staff Nurse Grade (€29,346 - €45,701) at a point in line with Government pay policy. Hours of work : 39 hours per week Closing Date : 12pm noon on 24th July 2019 Position Summary: As a Staff Nurse in Beaumont Hospital you will be expected to take responsibility for each shift for a caseload of patients. For these you will assess, plan, implement and evaluate care within the Roper, Logan and Tierney Model of Nursing. In addition, you are expected to practice within the Code of Practice guidelines from An Bord Altranais and within the Nursing and other Hospital Policies and Procedures. You will be held accountable to the Clinical Nurse Manager and in his/her absence to the delegated nurse holding shift responsibility for the ward. Discretion, initiative and an interest in teaching student nurses and preliminary training students to function independently is also a prerequisite. At all times you will practice within the limits of your experience and will have available to you more senior expert nurses. Overall, your responsibilities may be divided into clinical, professional, managerial and educational categories. Principal Duties & Responsibilities: Informal Enquiries ONLY to: Name : Fiona Markey Title : Directorate Nurse Manager Email address : fionamarkey@beaumont.ie Telephone : 01-8098337

14 days ago

Radiographer

Beaumont HospitalDublin34,242 - 50,040Full-time

Post Title:          Basic Grade Radiographer  Post Status:      Permanent Department:      Imaging and Interventional radiology Location:           Beaumont Hospital, Dublin 9 Reports to:        Radiography Services Manager I / II Salary:                Appointment will be made on the Radiographer salary scale (€34,242 - €50,040) at a point in line with Government pay policy. Hours of work: 37 Closing Date: 12 Noon on Friday, July 26th 2019 Position Summary: To provide a high standard of Radiographic service and patient care, including participation in the on-call service.  Principal Duties and Responsibilities:  • Provide a high standard of radiographic work.  • 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. Professional  • Ensure every patient is treated respectfully and provided with a high quality service. • Relate to and communicate with all other staff in courteous manner at all times. • Attend relevant postgraduate courses as appropriate. • Assist with the quality assurance programme. Operations  1. Be responsible for ensuring the delivery of a caring, efficient and confidential radiographic service to the patients. 2. To undertake radiographic and imaging examinations as required in General, ED, Theatre, Mobiles and specialised areas. 3. Take part in “on-call” and sessional duties out of hours, on a rotational basis. 4. To have a flexible approach to work so that urgent cases can be facilitated as necessary. 5. To maintain a safe environment for staff and patients. 6. To participate and advise on the equipment selection, purchase, replacement or upgrading process as required. 7. To take part in in-service training as required. 8. To maintain up to date knowledge of clinical, technical and radiographic developments in general radiography. Ensure that best practices are implemented and maintained.  9. Ensure local and national Radiation Protection guidelines are applied at all times, for the protection of patients, staff and general public. 10. Apply principles of Justification and Optimisation to every examination undertaken. 11. To develop and maintain a training function as may be required in relation to qualified staff and/or trainees in specialised areas and students in general radiography areas in conjunction with the Beaumont Clinical Practice Tutor. 12. To attend meetings as may be requested by the Radiography Services Manager II, Radiography Services Manager I and Superintendent I. 13. To support the Radiography Services Manager II, I and Superintendent I in the implementation of initiatives aimed at on-going service development and improvement. Quality Assurance  1. To take appropriate action in accordance with hospital policy in relation to complaints, accidents and incidents. 2. To be accountable for the quality of the service provided, including customer service and technical aspects. 3. To take part in routine daily inspection of equipment and quality assurance procedures as required. 4. Be involved in the Radiographer’s Quality Assurance Programme and ensure that all equipment faults and issues are recorded and reported to the RSM I and RSM II. 5. To be familiar with, and ensure that Radiation Protection Rules and Regulations are applied at all times. 6. To ensure all hospital policies on infection control, health and safety etc., are understood and complied with. 7. To take responsibility for keeping the department in general and their work area specifically, clean, tidy and safe. 8. To pay particular attention to personal appearance while on duty.  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:  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* * Applicants are required to register with the Radiographers Registration Board of CORU, the Health and Social Care Professionals Council. Informal Enquiries ONLY to:  Name:                 Rachael Pyper  Title:                   Acting Radiography Services Manager Email address: rachaelpyper rachaelpyper @beaumont.ie Telephone:       01 809 2807 Further Information for Candidates: Supplementary information: The Hospital:           www.beaumont.ie Management Unit: www.beaumont.ie/hr Other (Please specify):

6 days ago

Neurocent (ICU) Staff Nurse

Beaumont HospitalDublinFull-time

Post Title:  Neurocent  (ICU) Staff Nurse Location:  Beaumont Hospital Reports to:  Directorate Nurse Manager Salary:  Appointment will be made on Staff Nurse Grade (€28,768 - €45,248) at a point in line with Government pay policy. Hours of work:  39 hours per week Closing Date:  12pm on Friday 19th July 2019 As a Staff Nurse in Beaumont Hospital, you will be expected to take responsibility for each shift for a caseload of patients. For these you will assess, plan, implement and evaluate care within the Roper, Logan and Tierney Model of Nursing. In addition, you are expected to practice within the Code of Practice guidelines from An Bord Altranais and within the Nursing and other Hospital Policies and Procedures. You will be held accountable to the Clinical Nurse Manager and in his/her absence to the delegated nurse holding shift responsibility for the ward. Discretion, initiative and an interest in teaching student nurses and preliminary training students to function independently is also a prerequisite. At all times you will practice within the limits of your experience and will have available to you more senior expert nurses. Overall, your responsibilities may be divided into clinical, professional, managerial and educational categories.  To maintain a high standard of nursing care. To develop clinical expertise, leadership and teaching skills through nursing practice. To share responsibility with the team for the management of nursing care and the patients environment under the direction of the Clinical Nurse Manager/Charge Nurse. To maintain a high standard of professional and ethical responsibility. To ensure safe discharge and transit of patients through the unit. CLINICAL ROLE: To provide and maintain effective, individualised nursing care by:-

14 days ago

Home Care Assistant - North Dublin

Care For MeDublinFull-time

Care assistants required for busy Home Care company Care for Me based in North Dublin. Job Types: Full-time Hours, Part-time Hours Salary: €12.00 to €15.00 /hour Care Assistant vacancies in North Dublin (primarily in Cabra, Finglas, Santry, Whitehall, Phibsborough, Glasnevin, Ballymun, Beaumont, Coolock, Artane, Portmarnock, Raheny and Malahide). Your responsibilities will be to administer care to clients in his/her own home in accordance with their Care Plan and to assist them to continue to live at home independently. We endeavor to provide the best of person-centred care, as such the ideal candidate would be compassionate, punctual and have experience with providing personal care. Dementia/Alzheimer's care, either with family or in the Care industry, would be advantageous. Flexible working hours to fit your availability. Duties

6 days ago

Home Care Assistant - South Dublin

Care For MeFull-time

Care assistants required for busy Home Care company Care for Me based in South Dublin. Job Types: Full-time Hours, Part-time Hours Salary: €12.00 to €15.00 /hour Care Assistant vacancies in South Dublin (primarily in Crumlin, Walkinstown, Drimnagh, Terenure, Ballyfermot, Clondalkin, Inchicore, Bluebell, Templeogue, Knocklyon, Firhouse and Tallaght). Your responsibilities will be to administer care to clients in his/her own home in accordance with their Care Plan and to assist them to continue to live at home independently. We endeavor to provide the best of person-centred care, as such the ideal candidate would be compassionate, punctual and have experience with providing personal care. Dementia/Alzheimer's care, either with family or in the Care industry, would be advantageous. Flexible working hours to fit your availability. Duties

6 days ago

Operations and Sales Manager

Get Cracking LimitedDublin€30,000 - €45,000Full-timePermanent

8 days ago

Afterschool Coordinator / School Runs Assistant

Tir na nÓg Early Years Centre Athy, KildareFull-timePart-time

Early Years Educator and Afterschool Coordinator to assist on School Runs Tir na nÓg Early Years and Afterschool Centre, Model Court, Athy, Co. Kildare An enthusiastic, passionate and kind educator is required to join a highly competent, qualified and warm team.   Full and part time positions available with a competitive salary.   The successful candidate for the Early Years Educator must have: ·      Minimum level 6 ·      Two years experience ·      Good written and spoken English ·      Be self-motivated and passionate about early learning and development. ·      Good knowledge of Aistear and Síolta with the ability to observe, plan and implement meaningful activities.   The successful candidate for the Afterschool Coordinator to assist on school runs must be: ·      Reliable, flexible, trustworthy. ·      Be confident when supervising school age-children and ensure they are safely guided to and collected from school. ·      Work in close consultation with other members of the team to coordinate school runs, including the bus driver. ·      Have a playful, fun and caring nature with children of all age-groups   Why choose us: ·      We offer ongoing in-house professional development ·      Offer an employee package with financial incentives ·      Open-minded management

18 days ago

Learning & Development Partner - 9 month FTC

OASIS GroupFull-time

The Team Our HR and Learning team ensures that OASIS complies with the highest standards while providing OASIS management with the information and guidance required to succeed across our European locations. This role is part of the growing HR team and is based in our Shared Services location in North Dublin and from here is where we support our 650 team members all working in the fastest growing Records and Information Management (RIM) company in Europe.  Through our network of 50+ secure, monitored and compliant storage facilities, we help 6500+ clients to physically store and manage paper documents as well as digital records in boxes, file folders and on magnetic tapes. Over 16 million barcoded items are stored within facilities on racks and in vaults. We provide our clients with a single source partner to address every element of their record management needs: file storage; secure online access; data protection; business continuity; secure destruction. The Role We are hiring an experience Learning and Development Partner to join our growing Human Resources Team for a fixed term of 9 months. This self-motivated individual will provide support to the group on development initiatives, training and projects. The role is based in Shared Services office in Kinsealy with travel involved. Key Responsibilities • Create and implement blended learning programs consisting of virtual instructor-led courses, e-learning courses, tool-box talks and other creative educational offerings that keep team members growing and engaged • Design, develop, and implement a leadership development program for our high-growth and fast-paced environment • Partner with the HR team and business leaders on specific engagement initiatives such as the team member engagement survey • Design and implement a succession planning model for the organisation. • Drive and support the performance management strategy for the organisation; to include the promotion and support of our online performance feedback system • Facilitate various focus group sessions to collect feedback for purposes of people development • Support on recruitment of key talent into the business as required • Provide one-on-one coaching and feedback to managers • Partner with the HR Director, HR Business Partners, and organisational leaders to continually assess the talent across the organization • Assist with developing and implementing company-wide people programs such as on-boarding, continuous performance management, talent management, etc. • Drive organizational people projects and initiatives with other members of the team Candidate Requirements • Solid talent and development experience in an international setting • Demonstrated experience in coaching high potential team members • Experience with talent assessment and talent identification tools • Extensive knowledge of talent & leadership development with knowledge of the latest thinking in multigenerational and multinational environments • Experience in delivering leadership development programmes • Ability to influence and build collaborative relationships virtually and face to face • Outstanding verbal and written communication skills What we can offer We provide a fun and committed team orientated culture within a fast past and growing Dublin headquartered company. A competitive salary and flexible working hours are on offer with on-site parking, a supportive leadership and great opportunities for growth and advancement.

6 days ago

Medical Scientist Immunology

Beaumont HospitalDublinFull-time

Post Title: Medical Scientist Immunology    Post Status: Specified Purpose Contract Department Immunology Department Location: Beaumont Hospital, Dublin 9 Reports to: Chief Medical Scientist Salary: Appointment will be made on Medical Scientist Payscale (€32,692- €54,282 1st LSI €55,331) at a point in line with Government pay policy. Hours of work: Full-Time Closing Date: 12 Noon on 6th August 2019 Position Summary: We are recruiting for this Medical Scientist post in the Immunology Department which is currently undergoing two major service improvement projects, LabMod & MedLIS. LabMod is a major modernisation project in progress currently within the Laboratory Medicine Directorate which will see the Immunology department become integrated into a Core Blood Sciences laboratory alongside an off-track Immunology laboratory for other specialised testing. Beaumont Hospital is also part of Phase 1 for implementation of MedLIS the National Laboratory Information System Principal Duties and Responsibilities: Principal Duties and Responsibilities    Specific Duties - Medical Scientists  • To report to the Chief Medical Scientist in the Immunology Department. However the chosen candidate may be required to report on a day to day basis to the designated Senior Medical Scientist. • To observe the strictest confidence when dealing with all aspects of patient or Hospital information. • To perform technical procedures to the highest professional standard as determined by the Consultant Immunologist(s)/Chief Medical Scientist • Ensure in co-operation with the Consultant in Charge/Chief Medical Scientist/designated Senior Staff, appropriate compliance with International and National Guidelines and Standards for the provision of the Immunology Service and actively participate in internal and external Quality Control. • To participate in training staff and students as required. • To actively participate in and promote continuing education and research activities consistent with the post. • To actively participate in the Department's continued commitment to Accreditation through compliance with • ISO15189. • To co-operate in evaluating equipment, consumables and research projects. • To participate in ensuring that effective safety procedures are in place to comply with the Health and Safety at Work Act and to assist and co-operate with the Laboratory Management team in developing procedures to be followed in preventing and managing accidents occurring in the work area. • To perform such other duties appropriate to the office as may be assigned to him/her by an officer designated by the Board in consultation with the Consultant Immunologist(s)/Chief Medical • Scientist/Laboratory Manger or their designated deputy. 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: Requirements:                 1. a) Bachelor in Science (Applied Science) Honours degree (Biomedical option) from the University of Dublin/Dublin Institute of Technology, Kevin Street. or • b) Bachelor in Science Honours degree in Biomedical Science from the Joint University College Cork – Cork Institute of Technology course or • c) Diploma in Medical Laboratory Sciences of the Dublin Institute of Technology, Kevin Street or the Cork Institute of Technology awarded prior to 1994 or • d) Possess the Certificate in Medical Laboratory Sciences of the Dublin Institute of Technology, Kevin                 Street, or Cork Institute of Technology or the Galway/Mayo Institute of Technology (awarded prior to 1997) or • e) A recognised qualification at least equivalent to a), b) above and • 2. Membership of, or be eligible for membership of the Academy of Medical Laboratory Science (MAMLS) or, prior to 1997, possess or be eligible for associate membership of the Academy of Medical Laboratory Science (AMAMLS) • 3. The requisite knowledge and ability (including a high standard of suitability and management ability) for the proper discharge of the duties of the office. Desirable: • Experience in clinical laboratory Immunology Further Information for Candidates: Supplementary information:  The Hospital www.beaumont.ie Management Unit: www.beaumont.ie/hr Other (Please specify): Informal Enquiries ONLY to: Name: Anne Clooney Title: Chief Medical Scientist    Email address: anneclooney@beaumont.ie (for enquiries purpose only please do not send CV) Telephone: 01 8093174 

2 days ago

Deputy Medical Human Resources Manager - Grade VII

Beaumont HospitalDublinFull-time

Post Title: Deputy Medical HR Manager Grade VII Post Status: Specified Purpose Contract Department Medical Human Resources Department Location: Beaumont Hospital, Dublin 9 Reports to: Medical Manpower Manager Salary: Appointment will be made on Grade VII (€48,980 - €59,405 1st LSI €61,535 2nd LSI €63,671) at a point in line with Government pay policy. Hours of work: Full-Time Closing Date: 12 Noon on 31st July 2019 Position Summary: The role of Medical HR is one that is responsible for the overall management of support and advice provided to all NCHD and Consultant employees in all areas that pertain to their employment and implementation of the respective contracts of employment. The areas covered extend to recruitment, selection, employee relations, training schemes, continuous medical education, rotations and retirement. Dovetailing with these important aspects are the essential inputs of rostering and the whole area of the European Working Time Directive for doctors (EWTD). The execution of this work is also underpinned by the robust relationships built with the key internal stakeholders within the NCHD, Consultant and Senior Management population and the alignment of the external stakeholders such as the IHCA, IMO, RCSI, Training Colleges and the Irish Medical Council. Principal Duties and Responsibilities: JOB SUMMARY: Work as a deputy to the Medical HR Manager. As a senior member of the Medical HR Department responsibility for the overall day to day management of the Medical HR/ Administration team (6 no. WTE – 8 no. Employees including recruitment of all medical staff, rostering of NCHDs, the implementation of Consultant/NCHD contract, Medical Council Registration, EU Working Time Directive, providing full HR support and providing clear leadership to a highly motivated team. Work closely with senior HR colleagues within the wider HR Department in advising and supporting senior medical staff on advancing the modernisation agenda, workforce planning, EWTD and medical education issues MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The appointee will be an experienced HR professional with significant management experience and the particular expertise required to deliver the following: • Medical Recruitment/Induction:  Oversee the co-ordination of the recruitment and induction of NCHDs aligned with all respective colleges, training schemes and all necessary locum cover. Rostering of NCHDs and full compliance with EU Working Time Directive (EWTD). The co-ordination of the  appointment of Consultants within Beaumont Hospital including the preparation of application documentation for submission to the CAAC/ HSE, ensuring full financial and workforce planning implications. For both NCHD and Consultant populations that Medical Council Registration, Garda Vetting, work permits, visas and other relevant employment documentation have been considered; ensure that all employees are set up on relevant HR and Payroll systems. • Medical Training and Education: Oversee the Post Graduate team which is part of the wider Medical HR team and who work very closely with the Clinical Directors and the newly appointed Medical and Surgical Educational Leads, Consultants and SPR’s to provide a teaching and learning environment within Beaumont Hospital. The Hospital and all concerned are committed to providing a range of teaching interventions and supports in the form of Grandrounds, tutorials, lectures and workshops which have to-date provided an excellent record of results and a legacy that will strengthen the future of Beaumont as a teaching hospital and as being a preferred employer for future NCHDs and Consultants.  There will be ongoing dialogue with postgraduate training bodies to ensure that speciality specific  resources remain fit-for-purpose. This is done by Inspections by the relevant organisation/college to the Hospital with follow up work to be carried out ensuring that the accreditation process is maintained.  An annual GP Study Day is organised encompassing plenary and interactive sessions presented  by our Consultant staff. This event maintains important links to the community and serves to keep the GP’s up to date with recent clinical developments in the hospital. • Support for Medical Staff: Medical Administration works closely with the Intern Tutors, the SHO Co-ordinator and the Post Graduate Co-ordinator to manage the quarterly assessments process for junior doctors. In addition regular meetings are organised with the Intern and NCHD representatives [NCHD Forum] and administrative support is provided for the Medical Board, the Medical Executive, Medical Cogwheel, Surgical Division and the Neuroscience Cogwheel. • Plans for the Future: Change is a constant in any environment and particularly where services are being provided and where finance is a constant challenge. It is a requirement of Medical HR to ensure that at all stages of all processes that the most effective use of employees and other hospital resources are best placed to provide optimum patient service. It is in that context that as a team Medical HR continue to improve processes and procedures and all supporting documentation. • Project Management: There is work underway to design and formulate a number of required projects which will need planning, co-ordination and implementation. • Relationship Management: Promote and foster positive employee relations with particular emphasis on collaborative working. Promote and facilitate the integration of the Medical HR team into the wider HR Department so that teamwork and collaborative working becomes the institutionalised culture. • Data Management & Reporting: To maintain an efficient system to facilitate the extraction of data and management information from the systems recording the Consultant and NCHD staffing levels, rotas, overtime, training and any other areas pertaining to medical manpower. The above listing is not intended to be a definitive listing of tasks required for this role and there may be a requirement to perform other job-related duties as assigned by the Medical Manpower 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:  • Degree Level and/or CIPD qualification in Human Resources Management /Business  • Administration/ Organisational Change or equivalent. • Broad HR Management experience, with particular emphasis on successfully delivering change within a large organisation. • Experience working in a healthcare setting with doctors at various levels. • Proven track record in management/administration at a senior level. • Experience in Project Management. Expected to Demonstrate:  • Excellent interpersonal skills with a proven ability to build positive relationships with key • stakeholders and colleagues at all levels both internal and external to the organisation. • Ability to work independently and proactively and respond to the changing demands that arise in a challenging environment. • Ability and willingness to work flexibly • Strong communication skills • Strong IT Skills • Strong Presentation Skills Desirable: • Post Graduate qualification in Human Resources Management/Business • Administration/Organisational Change or equivalent. • Experience of HR Management in Healthcare setting. • Knowledge/experience of the current medical modernisation agenda. • Knowledge of NCHD career pathway, terms and conditions and training. Informal Enquiries ONLY to: Name: James Galer Title: Medical HR Manager Email address: jamesgaler@beaumont.ie

2 days ago
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