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Supervisor, Psychology Based Programmes
Job ID: JR0172102 Job Category: Intern/Student Primary Location: Leixlip, IE Other Locations: Job Type: Intern Talent Coordinator Job Description Our Purpose: To create world-changing technology that enriches the lives of every person on earth. We lead the semiconductor industry by creating innovative technologies. We are looking for a Talent Coordinator to join our team for a 23-month contract. As a Talent Coordinator within the Talent Acquisition team in Ireland you will play a key role in how we find, attract and hire the talent needed by Intel to support technology and product roadmaps. Come join our fun and dynamic Intel Ireland Talent Acquisition team, where you will partner with a team of Recruitment experts to deliver excellent candidate experience in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. In this fixed-term contract role you will play an integral part in attracting and bringing key talent to Intel. Your activities will include but are not limited to: Inside this Business Group Intel's Human Resources group is responsible for hiring, developing and retaining the best and brightest employees while continuing to strengthen the company's culture and values. Intel Human Resources provides first-rate, cost-effective services and support to employees worldwide and is dedicated to advancing Intel's business goals. IEInternJR0172102LeixlipHuman Resources
CNP Santander is seeking to recruit a Legal Counsel to join its team. Job purpose: Reporting to the Head of Legal this role includes drafting and negotiating commercial agreements, providing legal advice on company business initiatives, and advising internal company stakeholders on business development and legal matters. A hybrid working arrangement is in place for this role. This role is being offered on a 12 month fixed term contract basis. Key responsibilities: If you wish to apply for this role please email a CV and cover letter to: email@example.com
Analyst - Financial Planning & Analysis Do you have a passion for financial analysis, reporting and planning? Have you got an accounting qualification and 2+ years relevant post qualification experience in FP&A related field? We have a number of opportunities with our FP&A team in Dublin. As the role encompasses all aspects of Financial Planning and Analysis the successful candidate will play a key role in the delivery of the group budgeting, forecasting and commercial partnering processes, strong analytical and planning skills are essential. Key Responsibilities:
Clerical Officer Pathology Office Month Contract
CLERICAL OFFICER GRADE III PATHOLOGY OFFICE Full Time Fixed Term (12 months) This role will involve advanced typing skills with high accuracy and experience of working in a Laboratory environment is highly desirable. The successful candidates for both roles will form an integral part of the Hospital’s Clerical team and will possess: TO APPLY: Application for the above post is by way of letter and a copy of your Curriculum Vitae (unbound) to: Orla Fitzgerald, HR Department, Bon Secours Hospital, College Road, Cork. Or email firstname.lastname@example.org CLOSING DATE: Tuesday 3rd August 2021 Bon Secours Hospital is an equal opportunities employer.
EMEA Inbound Transportations Regional Supplier Manager, Months Contract
Summary Apple is a place where extraordinary people gather to do their best work. Together we build products and experiences people once couldn’t have envisioned - and now can’t imagine living without. Are you excited by the idea of making a real impact? Are you prepared to dream big? Then a career with Apple might be your dream job. We are strengthening our team and are seeking a dynamic Logistics Coordinator to be an integral part of the EMEIA Inbound Logistics Team. In this exciting and dynamic role, you will work within Transportation in the Logistics Department, supporting the management of international carriers to EMEIA. If you have strong technical and operational knowledge of transportation operations, then we'd love to hear from you. Key Qualifications
Project Worker, Homeless Traveller
Transform Lives with Extern Join us and use your skills to make a real difference Every day Extern transforms lives as the leading social justice charity across the island of Ireland. Operating since 1978, we believe another chance can change lives. Each year we support more than 20,000 individuals and families. We currently employ more than 600 compassionate and dedicated staff. In addition to excellent terms and conditions, we offer an extensive training and development programme. Due to continuing growth, we are now seeking to add to our team. Are you passionate about your profession and willing to use your knowledge, experience, dedication and talent to help us achieve our Mission of Transforming Lives, Transforming Society? Then we would love to hear from you. Project Worker - Homeless Traveller Project (NI1806/06/21) Salary: Grade 4 salary scale: £14,814 - £18,157 per annum Location: 118 - 122 Royal Avenue, Belfast Hours: 30 hours standard working hours (including breaks) Contract Status: Fixed Term for 6 months (Matenrity Cover) possiblity of extension In addition, EXTERN can offer the following benefits: 26 days annual leave pro rata per annum, increasing to 28 days after 3 years’ service and to 32 days after 5 years’ service 11 statutory holidays pro rata per annum Generous pension employer contribution Closing date and time for completed applications: Tuesday 10th August 2021 at 12.00 pm
Olh, Clinical Nurse Manager Validation Endoscopy Waiting List
Post Specific Related Location Proposed Interview Date HSE Area HSE Dublin North East [DNE] Category Nursing & Midwifery Informal Enquiries Application Details Contract Type Fixed Term Part-time
Research Fellow In Science Communication/science Engagement
Dublin City University www.DCU.ie is a young, ambitious and vibrant University, with a mission ‘to transform lives and societies through education, research, innovation and engagement’. Known as Ireland’s ‘University of Enterprise and Transformation’, it is committed to the development of talent, and the discovery and translation of knowledge that advances society and the economy. DCU is the Sunday Times Irish University of the Year 2021. The University is based on three academic campuses in the Glasnevin-Drumcondra region of north Dublin. It currently has more than 18,000 students enrolled across five faculties – Science and Health, DCU Business School, Computing and Engineering, Humanities and Social Sciences and DCU Institute of Education. DCU is committed to excellence across all its activities. This is demonstrated by its world-class research initiatives, its cutting-edge approach to teaching and learning, its focus on creating a transformative student experience, and its positive social and economic impact. This exceptional commitment on the part of its staff and students has led to DCU’s ranking among the top 2% of universities globally. It also consistently features in the world’s Top 100 Young Universities (currently in QS Top 70 Under 50, Times Higher Top 150 Under 100). DCU is placed 84th in the world, in the Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings – measuring higher education institutions’ contributions towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Over the past decade, DCU has also been the leading Irish university in the area of technology transfer, as reflected by licensing of intellectual property. As part of this role the researcher will be required to participate in the DCU Research Career Framework. This framework is designed to provide significant professional development opportunities to Researchers and offer the best opportunities in terms of a wider career path. The role may include teaching duties to assist with module delivery. Background The ADAPT Centre, a world-leading SFI Centre, is Ireland’s global centre of excellence for digital content technology funded through Science Foundation Ireland’s Centres programme. ADAPT combines the expertise of over 300 researchers across eight Higher Education Institutes (Trinity College Dublin, Dublin City University, University College Dublin, Technological University Dublin, Munster Technological University, Athlone Institute of Technology, Maynooth University, and National University of Ireland, Galway) with that of its industry partners to produce ground-breaking digital content innovations. The ADAPT Centre executive function is co-hosted between Trinity College Dublin and Dublin City University. ADAPT brings together more than 300 researchers who collectively have won more than €100m in funding and have a strong track record of transferring world-leading research and innovations to more than 140 companies. ADAPT partners are successfully advancing the frontiers of Artificial Intelligence (AI), content analysis, machine translation, personalisation, e-learning and education, media technologies, virtual and augmented reality, and spoken interaction, as well as driving global standards in content technologies. Project Overview and Role Profile The ADAPT Centre and the SignON project, sponsored by the European Commission H2020 Project in the ADAPT Centre at Dublin City University, is seeking a Research Fellow in Science Communication up to 28 month fixed-term contract to support the co-creation aspect of a large interdisciplinary research project. SignON (https://signon-project.eu/) - Sign Language Translation Mobile Application and Open Communications Framework - will cross the language barrier between Deaf sign language users, hard of hearing and hearing people. SignON will tear down this information barrier that currently exists. SignON aims to reduce this gap through a user-centred and community-driven research and development approach. Potential end users are involved right from the start and our methodology is based on a constant exchange of information and ideas between this community and the technical experts. We tightly collaborate with European deaf and hard of hearing communities to co-design and co-develop the SignON service and application, assess the quality and validate the acceptance. Using this co-creation strategy, we closely collaborate with European Deaf and hard of hearing communities to co-design and co-develop the SignON service and application; while continually assessing the quality and validating the acceptance of both. The co-creation cycle focuses on ongoing engagement with volunteers from the Deaf, hard of hearing and hearing user communities, with these engagements taking the form of co-creation events, including workshops, round tables, (online surveys) and interviews. This engagement then informs the formation of user requirements which reflect the features that are desirable to these communities. These requirements are taken into account by the technical team when developing the SignON service and application. To complete the co-creation cycle, these user communities, in turn, regularly test the quality of the SignON service. The role will include taking a leadership role in the co-creation process in the SignON Project. In particular, the successful candidate will work at the interface between the Deaf community and scientists in the area of science communication. Opportunity This project presents the successful individual with the opportunity to work in an exciting, fast moving and innovative environment, playing a leading role in a research project. The motivation of the team is to grow this research-led initiative into effective commercialisation of the research work products Duties and Responsibilities Reporting to the SignON Project Principal Investigator, the post holder will undertake the following duties Mandatory Training The post holder will be required to undertake the following mandatory compliance training: Orientation, Health and Safety and Intellectual Property and Data Protection training. Other training may need to be undertaken when required. Candidates will be assessed on the following competencies: Discipline knowledge and Research skills – Demonstrates the ability to design and implement part of a programme of research (for example by using critical thinking and the application of relevant research methodologies) Understanding the Research Environment – Demonstrates a thorough understanding of the research environment both nationally and internationally, and the ability to contribute substantially to grant applications Communicating Research – Demonstrates the ability to communicate their research effectively to the research community and wider society (for example by publishing their research in high quality peer reviewed journals) and the ability to teach and tutor students) Managing & Leadership skills - Successfully manages research projects including the management and supervision of postgraduates and/or junior research staff
Registry Assistant Grade II Registry 3 Year Fixed Term Contract (2 posts) Overview Dublin City University (www.DCU.ie) is a young, ambitious and vibrant University, with a mission ‘to transform lives and societies through education, research, innovation and engagement’. Known as Ireland’s ‘University of Enterprise and Transformation’, it is committed to the development of talent, and the discovery and translation of knowledge that advances society and the economy. DCU is the Sunday Times Irish University of the Year 2021. The University is based on three academic campuses in the Glasnevin-Drumcondra region of north Dublin. It currently has more than 18,000 students enrolled across five faculties – Science and Health, DCU Business School, Computing and Engineering, Humanities and Social Sciences and DCU Institute of Education. DCU is committed to excellence across all its activities. This is demonstrated by its world-class research initiatives, its cutting-edge approach to teaching and learning, its focus on creating a transformative student experience, and its positive social and economic impact. This exceptional commitment on the part of its staff and students has led to DCU’s ranking among the top 2% of universities globally. It also consistently features in the world’s Top 100 Young Universities (currently in QS Top 70 Under 50, Times Higher Top 150 Under 100). DCU is placed 84th in the world, in the Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings – measuring higher education institutions’ contributions towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Over the past decade, DCU has also been the leading Irish university in the area of technology transfer, as reflected by licensing of intellectual property. Overview of the department Registry is a busy and dynamic office environment with responsibility for the management and delivery of academic administration services to the University community. The primary areas of responsibility include student admission and enrolment; curriculum and student records; and University examinations and graduation. The University’s room booking function also form part of Registry services. Registry operates two Information Services Areas for students; one at the Glasnevin campus and one at the St Patrick’s campus. Registry is currently structured into two main operational teams, Student Enrolment and Student Awards, and is headed by the Director of Registry. Full details on the organisation structure of the Registry, including its responsibilities can be found at http://www.dcu.ie/registry/index.shtml Student Information System As part of the DCU Strategy, the University has committed to a number of projects that will transformstudent and staff interactions and university operations. This is a multi-year programme that willenable new and improved ways of working that will enhance the staff and student experience. TheStudent Information System (SIS) is at the centre of the university’s administrative operations and itfacilitates the management of key processes and data. The first step and one of the most criticalenablers of achieving DCU ambitions is the implementation of a flexible and robust SIS. Thisprogramme of work has now commenced. Implementation of the SIS will transform the way Registrysupports academic administration and delivers its services. Role Overview The Registry is now recruiting for the role of Registry Assistant. The successful individual’s will be primarily located on the Glasnevin campus and will be required to work across campuses at various times during the academic year. The overall purpose of the role is to provide professional and comprehensive administrative services while assisting with the co-ordination and delivery of core Registry activities across multiple campuses. The information below provides an indication of the type of duties associated with any of the posts. The successful individual’s may be responsible for supporting operations associated with some or multiple elements of the student lifecycle. Duties and responsibilities: Additional Information A Registry Assistant panel may be formed from this competition. Successful candidates who are placed on this panel may be offered a fixed term Registry Assistant role which arises in the future. This panel will expire six months following the date of interview for this competition. Mandatory Training Post holders will be required to undertake the following mandatory compliance training: GDPR and Compliance. Other training may need to be undertaken when required.