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About us ORS is a prominent Irish multidisciplinary building consultancy firm with 30 years’ industry experience. Our mission is to design and build a better world by delivering sustainable solutions for our clients and creating a supportive workplace for our people. As a company, we are proud to have been recognized as one of the top ten Great Places to Work in Ireland by Great Place to Work. This acknowledgement reflects our unwavering commitment to cultivating a positive and supportive work environment that nurtures and empowers our employees. In addition to this, we were also honoured to receive the "Best Hybrid Way of Working" award in 2022. This recognition reflects our dedication to creating a flexible work culture that accommodates both remote and in-person work arrangements, while maintaining a high level of productivity and engagement. About the role ORS is a fast-growing firm, and we are expanding our talent to support the growth of the company. The Senior Administrator is a varied role. The primary focus of this role will entail being responsible for managing the overall administrative duties within the Fire Safety Team and in doing so working closely with the team lead. General tasks may include the accurate and timely preparation/delivery of project submissions and documents to external groups such as clients, architects, contractors, etc along with supporting the administration requirements within the team to include updating of team trackers, project information, inputs and outputs etc. As the team and business continue to grow and explore new avenues, daily tasks may change to suit. About you You will be proactive in assisting the fire safety team with the management and control of the team and project documents, recording incoming/outcoming documents while also providing strong administrative support to other teams as required. You will be responsible for the smooth running and efficiency of documentation within the team and potentially on projects, ensure that all requirements of the team & project processes are coordinated and completed to the highest standard and within the timelines required. Responsibilities Ensure that management of document revisions is accurate for all team & project documentation. Manage and maintain the administration of the team & current projects across multiple departments (if required). Work with the Business Development and Tender Team functions within the business to ensure tenders and client quotes are drafted, reviewed and issued in a timely manner. Carry out all document control functions – setting up new projects folder and channels, ensuring project set up procedure is followed with clients and internal departments, record incoming and outgoing correspondence within the team etc. Capable of liaising with the team to ensure timely and accurate retrieval of project information. Capable of liaising with clients and contractors to ensure timely and accurate submission of relevant information and/or deliverables. Proactive monitoring of project procedures and processes, engaging with project teams to address issues and identify improvements. Liaising with project managers, administration staff and project technicians on all documents. Maintaining records and producing regular detailed reports on progress, if requested. Other ad hoc duties assigned by management. Skills and experience Strong administration experience. 2-3 years’ experience in a similar role. IT Literacy (Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, SharePoint). Construction experiences an advantage. Technically strong with excellent communication and interpersonal skills. An ability to work independently and as a member of a team in a dynamic, fast-paced environment. Attention to detail and organizational skills. Ability to work well under time restraints. Experience with Microsoft Office – Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, and Outlook. What’s in it for you Aside from our people, culture and mission, there are a variety of additional benefits that help make ORS a great place to work: Remote working model Engineers Ireland CPD Accredited employer Certified Best Place to Work Ireland (2019-2023) Attractive rewards framework (option includes pension, health cash plan, additional annual leave and much more) Competitive market salary Winner of “best hybrid way of working” Great Places to Work Ireland Award 2022 Flexible working Professional memberships Opportunities to work across our multiple disciplines Weekly events (CPD's, virtual events, social events, workshops, guest speakers and fun team activities) High impact working environment with a flat ORG structure
We are looking for a self-driven and ambitious Administrative Assistant to join our team! As an Administrative Assistant, you will support managers and employees through a variety of tasks related to organization and communication. The admin job scope includes communicating via phone and email ensuring that all administrative duties are completed accurately and delivered with high quality and in a timely manner. Responsibilities:
Customer Support Representative
ABOUT MEG MEG is on a mission to drive a culture of quality improvement in healthcare. With UX at the core of everything we do, we are creating innovative technology solutions for frontline healthcare workers, primarily to improve quality standards and patient safety. Already working with world-leading hospitals around the world, MEG is continuing its expansion to include both local and international markets. We are hiring new members to our team to help us on this journey. The full-time role is to start immediately and on a remote working basis, providing flexibility and a work/life balance that suits you. We encourage our team members to take an active role in developing their own skills and give them plenty of autonomy and support to do so. ABOUT THE ROLE Job Description We are looking for a (full or part-time) friendly, well-spoken and technically savvy Customer Support Representative, who possesses a strong drive for results. Responsibilities include responding to customer queries in a timely and accurate manner, identifying customers needs and helping customers use specific features, and reporting on application issues. You should also be able to maintain ongoing customer relationships, onboard and train users, improve customer experience through product support and provide insights on client-to-business interactions. You should have excellent communication, interpersonal, and customer service skills and demonstrate the ability to meet deadlines. Primary Responsibilities Equal Opportunities We are a global team with a global mindset. Cherishing and protecting diversity is core to our company culture. We are always looking to diversify the talent in our team. If you feel you don't quite meet all the criteria in the job description but have the potential to do the role, we'd still love to hear from you. For more information or to apply for this role, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, attach a cover letter/CV and state ‘Customer Support Representative’ in the subject line.
Remote - UK or Ireland Based The Data Analyst role will work closely with Sysco International Site/BT teams to gather, analyse, cleanse and standardize all sources of master data as needed within Site/Global initiatives in an effort to improve the quality of Sysco’s data and drive harmonization. Positioned within the Sysco International Merchandising structure, you will be working alongside other Sysco International teams as well as functions within Sysco’s “Global Support Centre” as needed and alongside any 3rd party consultancy resource procured by Sysco. The key responsibilities include: ● Perform data mining, cleansing, and manipulation; identify necessary data elements and their sources, leverage appropriate tools to acquire and consolidate large volumes of data from different sources (including syndicated data). ● Work with International Sysco Sites and relevant stakeholders within those countries to collate data to a defined cadence. ● Ensure data collated is accurate and comparable across markets, i.e. to aligned definitions. ● Work with relevant stakeholders (both in-country – e.g. finance contacts, and centrally – e.g. Business Technology) to maintain data in a viable database for onward reporting. ● Collaborate with the Business Technology organization to ensure data integrity and data security compliant to Sysco’s needs. ● Assist Sites with data standardization projects that help to move forward Global initiatives ● Conduct comprehensive analysis on various Business initiatives in efforts to create efficiencies and improvement and present to the Sites ● Work with Sites/Suppliers to collect Master data as required for Global initiatives ● Oversee, develop, and deploy new tools and technologies as needed to support the role. ● Other duties and/or projects as required Knowledge, skills, experience, and competencies You should have good commercial acumen, have excellent communication skills, be an analytical and strategic thinker and be able to understand data and determine key learnings from it quickly. You should have previous experience in complex data / analytical-based roles ideally within a food service / retail environment and hold a Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems, Data Analytics, or a similar field. A strong comprehension for writing SQL and working with databases and experience in extracting data from various sources and performing analytical tasks is a requirement as well as having advanced skills with exploring, extracting, analyzing, and presenting information with Excel (PivotTables, writing VBA code, etc.). It would be advantageous if you hold programming knowledge and experience in Python Finally, candidates should hold a suitable standard of English is required in this role, and additional languages (including French, Swedish or Spanish) are positive. Sysco International was formed in January 2021, and comprises of Sysco’s foodservice operations outside the US, with operating companies in the UK (Brakes & Fresh Direct, kff & Medina), France, Ireland, Sweden, the Bahamas and Latin America, as well as Sysco’s export business, International Food Group. Sales through our International segment in the most recently reported quarter were $3.3 billion, driving significant profit growth. The duties and responsibilities outlined in this job description are neither definitive nor restrictive and may change in detail from time-to-time to meet the changing needs of the business.
Communications and Engagement Manager
Job description The Communications and Engagement Manager is key to ensuring that IPSA’s role as an independent regulator is well understood by the media, the public and stakeholders. The role will also be involved in a wide range of communications activity within, and outside of IPSA with specific focus on ensuring that internal communications and stakeholder engagement is innovate, inspiring and supports the delivery of IPSA’s strategic plan and improvement programme. The post-holder will lead and co-ordinate the external and internal engagement for the organisation-wide improvement programme. This will include delivery of communications, events, materials, and engagement, and line management of the Communications Officer. Communications and Engagement Manager’s responsibilities include: Person specification The successful candidate will understand the environment IPSA operates in, the role of Parliament and the work MP’s do for the general public. You’ll have a demonstrable track record of communications practices, including innovative ways of engaging your audience. You’ll have experience using social media and other tools to effectively engage internally and externally about IPSA’s work, and specifically, you’ll be comfortable using technology to deliver innovative solutions in line with government digital services standards. You’ll demonstrate brilliant interpersonal skills to effectively deal with internal and external stakeholders and you’ll be adept at multi-tasking and enjoy collaborating with others. As you’ll be joining a high-performing team, resilience is a key attribute which we will look for, and given the remit of the role, the ability to work dynamically with an unwavering commitment to meeting your own internal deadlines is important. Undertaking communication and engagement projects to help deliver IPSA’s communications ambitions will be expected of the postholder, and you’ll understand how strategic communications can add value to all areas of IPSA’s work. A critical thinker with high initiative, a flexible approach to work and change are important so you’ll be comfortable working autonomously but also in the face of changing headwinds and developing situations. You’ll be joining a diverse and knowledgeable bunch of people, passionate about making IPSA brilliant and so you’ll need to fit right in. Above all, you’ll live and breathe IPSA’s values and be able to demonstrate how your experience and ways of working align with these. Location We’re a hybrid organisation with employees working in all corners of the UK. We have an office in central London which you can work from, although we welcome applications from all across the UK, offering flexible homeworking on UK mainland locations (which includes Northern Ireland). Salary £46,000 - £50,000 per year