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GP Practice Nurse

Old Bank Medical CentreMayoPart-timePermanent

Dr Glen Lecky is currently recruiting for a Practice Nurse in our new Medical Centre in Ballyhaunis, Co Mayo.   Contract Permanent Part Time   Hours 09.00 – 15.00 – 20 hours per week   Work Pattern Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday   Location Ballyhaunis, Co Mayo     Key Roles & Responsibilities The role requires an energetic, enthusiastic, reliable person who is committed to providing exceptional patient service. The role of the Practice Nurse is to provide clinical nursing, health promotion and screening in GP Practice.   Primary Duties will include:   Immunisation ·         Infant, childhood and administering travel vaccinations ·         Flu and Pneumococcal vaccinations ·         Hepatitis B, Tetanus boosters and Rubella boosters, boostrix   Travel Medicine ·         Travel Vaccination administration ·         Travel Advice   Chronic Disease Management ·         Cholesterol testing & dietary advice ·         Blood pressure monitoring ·         Nursing management of chronic respiratory disease ·         Nursing management of diabetes   Female Health ·         Cervical Screening ·         Family Planning   Sexual Health ·         Opportunistic STI screening ·         Sexual Health advice   Skin / wound care ·         Dressing of acute injuries and surgical wounds ·         Assessment and treatment of skin lacerations   General Nursing Duties ·         Health promotion and education ·         Telephone triage and advice ·         Phlebotomy ·         Ear Irrigation ·         Administering prescribed long term medications/injections (e.g. cytamen, Depoprovera, Depixol) ·         ECG recording ·         24 hour abpm monitoring ·         Emergency treatment as required ·         Under 6’s periodic assessments ·         Results Management   Indirect Nursing Duties ·         Liaise with other health professionals in the community and hospitals ·         Audit of patient care and practice services ·         Maintenance of emergency equipment ·         Education of practice staff ·         Assist with clinical policy and procedure development ·         All staff have a responsibility to work with the practice risk management strategy and its requirements ·         All staff, but particularly those with direct patient contact, have a responsibility for the prevention of infection     Position Requirements ·         Must be a Registered General Nurse with An Bord Altranais ·         General practice experience preferred but not essential as general nursing experience will be considered ·         Midwife trained desirable but not essential ·         High level of professionalism and ability to exercise discretion and maintain confidentiality for all aspects of the practice ·         Excellent interpersonal, communication and telephone skills ·         Ability to remain calm, professional and polite in dealing with our patients and colleagues ·         Computer literate with experience of medical based software, preferably Socrates a bonus. ·         Commitment to courteous, sincere and sensitive patient service ·         Problem solving and ability to work on own initiative / decision making skills ·         Excellent organisational skills and keen attention to detail ·         Flexibility

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GP Practice Manager

Old Bank Medical CentreMayoPart-timePermanent

Dr Glen Lecky is currently recruiting for a Practice Manager in our new Medical Centre in Ballyhaunis, Co Mayo.   Contract Permanent - Part Time   Hours 09.00 – 15.00 – 22 hours per week plus holiday cover   Work Pattern Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday   Location Ballyhaunis, Co Mayo   Key Roles & Responsibilities The role requires an energetic, enthusiastic, reliable person who is committed to providing exceptional patient service. The Practice Manager will be responsible for the smooth and efficient running of the Practice, overseeing the day to day running of the business, with responsibility for implementing excellence in the standard of care delivered to all patients as well as people management, financial performance and operational efficiencies. Primary Duties will include: Patient Journey & Experience

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GP Practice Receptionist

Old Bank Medical CentreMayoPermanentPart-time

Dr Glen Lecky is currently recruiting for a Practice Receptionist in our new Medical Centre in Ballyhaunis, Co Mayo.   Contract Permanent - Part Time   Hours 12.00 – 18.00 – 22 hours per week plus Thursday & holiday cover   Work Pattern Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday   Location Ballyhaunis, Co Mayo   Key Roles & Responsibilities The role requires an energetic, enthusiastic, reliable person who is committed to providing exceptional patient service. Primary Duties will include: ·         Greet and welcome patients on arrival ·         Ensuring the seamless and smooth day-to-day running of the Reception ·         Engage with and manage, patients, clients and service providers in a timely and professional manner. ·         Maintain control of the waiting room by ensuring patients get to the appropriate room at the right time. ·         Efficiently manage all enquiries and bookings-made via phone, email and in person ·         Book appointments into Medical Software ·         Liaise between medical staff and patients as required. ·         Provide initial contact for patient or provider complaints. ·         Ensure the reception area is clean, tidy and safe. ·         Type letters, and send by post, email as requested by doctor, practice manager and nurse. ·         Complete medical forms and certificates (maternity/sick). ·         Type medical reports as requested by medical staff. ·         File appropriately all documents, receipts, invoices, claims and letters. ·         Contact and liaise with support service providers as necessary (E.g. IT/cleaners/waste disposal) ·         Receive payment for professional services by cash, credit and debit card, cheque. ·         Issue receipts to patients   Position Requirements ·         Possess superior patient service skills

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Promotional Team Member

FM104Dublin

Based in Dublin's Point Village district, the FM104 team work hard and play hard! CURRENT VACANCIES BELOW Beetle Bug! Are you outgoing, friendly, have promotional experience and available for the Summer? Now's your chance - The VW Beetle Bug's are looking for a promotional team member!  If you have a full clean licence for more than 2 years and are available full time this Summer Apply below to attend join our street promotions team,  The FM104 VW Beetle Bugs! The FM104 VW Beetle Bugs are our professional and highly motivated promo team. They create excitement, attention and goodwill wherever they go.  Applicants are required to hold a full valid driver's license.

12 hours ago

Diageo Internship Programmes

DiageoDublinInternship

14 hours ago

Production Operator

Advant MedicalGalway

Production Operator Fixed Term Contract (Day & Evening Shifts Available) Essential Functions: To apply for one of these exciting new roles, please submit your CV to careers@advantmedical.com

14 hours ago

Caretaker

Kildare County CouncilCelbridge, Kildare

Kildare County Council Applications for the following position are invited from suitably qualified candidates for inclusion on a panel. Caretaker, Donaghcumper Cemetery, Celbridge Remuneration: The present weekly scale is:- €529.87 - €542.50 - €580.75 - €583.87 - €586.87 - €588.58 - €590.31 - €592.00 - €593.69 - €595.47 - €597.24 - €599.12 - €600.95 - €602.85 - €604.66. On appointment, the employee will be placed on the minimum point and shall progress along the scale by annual increments. Wages are calculated and paid on a fortnightly basis in arrears. Posts will be filled subject to sanction from the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government. Candidates may be short-listed on the basis of information supplied in their application. Kildare County Council is an equal opportunities employer. Application forms and full particulars are available on our Website at http://kildare.ie/countycouncil/HumanResources/StaffVacancies/VacanciesinKildareCounty Council/index.html or from Human Resources Section, Kildare County Council, Áras Chill Dara, Devoy Park, Naas, Co. Kildare - (045) 980740. Email: jobs@kildarecoco.ie The latest date for receipt of a completed signed original of the application form is: Closing date: 11th July 2019, 4.00 p.m. KILDARE COUNTY COUNCIL POST OF CARETAKER DONAGHCUMPER CEMETERY, CELBRIDGE QUALIFICATIONS AND PARTICULARS CLOSING DATE 11th JULY 2019 AT 4.00 P.M. The office is whole time permanent and pensionable 1. Character Candidates shall be of good character. 2. Health Candidates must be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service. 3. Education, Training, Experience, etc. Candidates shall on the latest date for receipt of completed application forms for the office have a standard of education that would enable them to efficiently perform their duties and must be capable of keeping records and of making satisfactory written reports on matters pertaining to the duties of the post. 4. Remuneration:- The remuneration for the employment shall be that negotiated from time to time. The present weekly scale is:- €529.87 - €542.50 - €580.75 - €583.87 - €586.87 - €588.58 - €590.31 - €592.00 - €593.69 - €595.47 - €597.24 - €599.12 - €600.95 - €602.85 - €604.66. On appointment, the employee will be placed on the minimum point and shall progress along the scale by annual increments. Wages are calculated and paid on a fortnightly basis in arrears. 5. Working Hours The hours of duty shall be 39 hours per week which will from time to time include Saturday and Sunday work depending on the arrangements for internments. The Council reserves the right to alter your hours of work from time to time. You may be required to work overtime on various occasions All hours of work will be subject to and recorded in accordance with the provisions of the Organisation of Working Time Act, 1997 and the Organisation of Working Time Act (Regulations) 2001. 6. Location Staff will be based at Donaghcumper Cemetery, Celbridge, County Kildare, or other council facilities within the county. Kildare County Council reserves the right to assign you to any premises in use by the Council, now or in the future. 7. Annual Leave Granting of annual leave, payment for annual leave and arrangements for public holidays will be governed by the provisions of the Organisation of Working Time Act, 1997. As a result of a recent agreement between the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform and the Public Services Committee of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions, regarding the standardisation of annual leave, all sectors including local authorities are required to implement a standardised band of annual leave for staff on recruitment or promotion. At present, the current leave allowance for your grade is 25 days including Good Friday. The annual leave year runs from 1st January to 31st December. 8. Recruitment The appointment will be made on the result of an interview conducted by, or on behalf of, the local authority. Candidates may be shortlisted on the basis of relevance and extent of their previous experience, as outlined on their application, and these applicants only will be called for interview. A panel may be formed as a result of these interviews from which further Caretaker Donaghcumper Cemetery, Celbridge positions arising may be filled. Candidates whose names are on a panel and who satisfy the local authority that they possess the qualifications declared for the office and that they are otherwise suitable for appointment may be appointed as appropriate vacancies arise. 9. Medical For the purpose of satisfying the requirements as to health, it will be necessary for successful candidates, before they are appointed, to undergo a medical examination by a qualified medical practitioner to be nominated by the local authority. The authority reserves the right to request further medicals during the period of employment.10. Garda Vetting A person who is being considered for appointment will be required to complete a Garda Vetting Application, the results of which will be considered before an offer of employment is made. 11. Probation Where a person is permanently appointed to Kildare County Council, the following provisions shall apply:- (a) There shall be a period after appointment takes effect, during which such a person shall hold the position on probation; (b) Such period shall be one year but the Chief Executive may, at his discretion, extend such period; (c) Such a person shall cease to hold the position at the end of the period of probation unless during this period the Chief Executive has certified that the service is satisfactory; (d) There will be assessment(s) during the probationary period; (e) Staff who have already completed a probationary period with another Local Authority will not be obliged to serve probation with Kildare County Council. 12. Conditions (1) To carry out all duties as detailed below; (2) To be available to the public in connection with opening of graves and interments; (3) To interact with the public in providing information, explaining cemetery regulations, assisting in locating gravesites, and resolving problems; (4) To perform other job-related duties and responsibilities as assigned. 13. Duties (1) The person appointed will be responsible to the Environmental Overseer or other authorised officer of the Council for the carrying out of all duties; (2) To take charge of, and be responsible to the Local Authority for the general care of the burial ground; (3) To ensure that the Rules and Regulations for the Regulation of Burial Grounds and such other additional or amending Regulations which may be made from time to time are fully observed and to report immediately to the Local Authority any breach of the Regulations. (4) To be present at the opening of graves and at interments. (5) (a) Not to permit any grave to be opened except for the purposes of an interment or the erection of a headstone or tombstone unless authorised by the authorities specified in the said Regulations; (b) To direct any person wishing to erect a headstone or monument to apply in writing to the local authority for permission to do so, enclosing with such application, for their approval, a sketch or plan of the monument or headstone and the foundation and an undertaking accepting liability for any damage caused to adjoining graves by the excavation work; (c) Not to permit any excavation or erection until the approval of the Local Authority has been obtained. (6) (a) To keep the Register of Interments in accordance with the said Regulations; (b) To keep records showing the ownership of each grave and available accommodation therein; (c) To keep in your custody a map of the Burial Ground showing the division of all the burial grounds into grave spaces and to mark thereon all grave spaces purchased. (7) (a) To collect fees for purchase of grave spaces for interments, such fees to be in accordance with current scale of charges; (b) To give official receipts for all fees collected; (c) To lodge all monies received. (8) (a) Perform cemetery maintenance, landscaping, construction and repair work; (b) Mow and trim lawns throughout cemetery grounds including around grave markers, monuments, head stones and kerbs;(c) Cultivate, prune, and edge lawns and flowers; trim trees and shrubs; weed paved area and pick up litter; (d) Clean and perform basic custodial work in cemetery; sweep cemetery paths and streets; secure building, equipment, and gates; (e) Operate light and heavy equipment including riding mower, trench digger; (f) To paint the gates and enclosing railings of the burial ground when directed by the Local Authority, by whom the materials will be supplied; (g) Assist in preparing for burial services – Excavate graves, replace soil and regrade area to return landscape to original condition; (h) To take care of all tools supplied by the local authority and to have them available as and when required; (i) To keep the gate of the burial ground closed when not required to be open in connection with an interment or other purpose and to retain the key in your possession; (j) To supervise such labour as may be entrusted to your charge. (9) To report promptly to the local authority:- (a) Any unauthorised burial; (b) Any case where bones or human remains are accidentally exhumed in the course of an interment; (c) Any unauthorised interference with any grave or any damage or injury to vaults, tombstones, crosses or wreaths; (d) Any encroachment by trees on graves or the planting on or near graves of shrubs, bushes or plants; (e) Any grazing of animals in the burial ground; (f) Any damage to fences or boundary walls; (g) Any case where the drainage of vaults or graves is necessary. (10) To comply with all health and safety regulations.(11) To furnish to the Council any returns that may be required. (12) To comply with all Orders and/or directions issued from time to time by the County Manager or other authorised officer in connection with your employment as "Caretaker", or anyone acting on their behalf. Employees must undergo all necessary training and be willing to complete retraining as required, including the introduction of new technology. Employees must cooperate with and participate in any systems introduced by management that form part of national agreements, including the Council’s Performance Management Development Systems (PMDS). 14. Residence Holders of the office shall reside in the district in which their duties are to be performed or within a reasonable distance thereof. 15. Superannuation and Retirement If you are pensionable under the Local Government (Superannuation) (Consolidation) Scheme 1998 and are liable to pay Class A PRSI contributions, you would be required in respect of superannuation to make contributions at the rate of 3.5% of net pensionable remuneration plus 1.5% of full pensionable remuneration. You are required in respect of spouses’ and children’s pension benefit to contribute at the rate of 1.5% of full pensionable remuneration in accordance with the terms of schemes made under the Local Government (Superannuation) (Consolidation) Scheme 1998. Maximum retirement age is 65. If the Public Service Superannuation (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2004 applies to your employment, 65 is the minimum age at which your pension may be paid. As a new entrant to the public service, under the terms of this legislation you will not be required to retire on grounds of age. Persons who become pensionable officers of a local authority who are liable to pay the Class D rate of PRSI contribution will be required in respect of their superannuation to contribute to the local authority at the rate of 5% of their pensionable remuneration. You may also be required to pay Spouses and Children/ Widows and Orphans contributions at the rate of 1.5% of gross pay. Maximum retirement age is 65. New entrants will be admitted to the Single Public Service Pension Scheme with effect from the date of appointment. The scheme is contributory and provides pension, retirement gratuity, death gratuity and survivors benefits. If you are pensionable under the Public Service Pensions (Single Scheme and other provisions) Act 2012, you are required to pay contributions as follows: 3% of gross remuneration and 3.5% of net pensionable remuneration. The minimum age at which you may retire is allied with the State Contributory Pension age (currently 66, rising to 67 in 2021 and 68 in 2028). The maximum retirement age is 70. To qualify for a pension the successful candidate must have served a minimum of two years employment in a local authority. You are reminded that under this agreement the Council may refer you to a medical advisor at any time to determine fitness for carrying out the duties to which you have been assigned. Further information is available from the Human Resources Department. 16. Incentivised Scheme of Early Retirement (ISER) It is a condition of the Incentivised Scheme for Early Retirement (ISER) as set out in Department of Finance Circular 12/09 that retirees, under that Scheme, are debarred from applying for another position in the same employment or the same sector. Therefore, such retirees may not apply for this position. 17. Period of Acceptance The local authority shall require persons to whom an appointment is offered to take up such appointment within a period of not more than one month and if they fail to take up the appointment within such period or such longer period as the local authority in its absolute discretion may determine, the local authority shall not appoint them. The County Council will not be responsible for any expenses a candidate may incur in attending for interview. 18. Mobile Phone The person employed will be required to carry/ use a County Council mobile phone during working hours and while on call. 19. Travelling Travel expenses for official journeys will be paid at appropriate civil service rates as adjusted from time to time.

15 hours ago

Emirates Open Day

EmiratesWaterford

REQUIREMENTS There are a few qualities which will make you stand out. Namely, you’ll be positive, confident, flexible, friendly and very keen to help others. Here are the other things we look for in our candidates. As well as the role requirements, there’s a little more that great cabin crew members offer. You should be determined to always perform well. And no doubt you’ll be able to manage a pretty demanding work schedule. Also, you’ll be culturally aware and reflect who we are – professional, empathetic, progressive, visionary and cosmopolitan. These are the characteristics we look for when you meet us at an assessment day, so come prepared to demonstrate these qualities individually and in the group exercises we prepare for you. Finally, in order to set a great first impression, consult our grooming guidelines below when taking your photos for your application and when you come to an assessment day.

16 hours ago

Emirates Open Day

EmiratesCork

REQUIREMENTS There are a few qualities which will make you stand out. Namely, you’ll be positive, confident, flexible, friendly and very keen to help others. Here are the other things we look for in our candidates. As well as the role requirements, there’s a little more that great cabin crew members offer. You should be determined to always perform well. And no doubt you’ll be able to manage a pretty demanding work schedule. Also, you’ll be culturally aware and reflect who we are – professional, empathetic, progressive, visionary and cosmopolitan. These are the characteristics we look for when you meet us at an assessment day, so come prepared to demonstrate these qualities individually and in the group exercises we prepare for you. Finally, in order to set a great first impression, consult our grooming guidelines below when taking your photos for your application and when you come to an assessment day.

16 hours ago

Staff Officer

Housing AgencyDublin

STAFF OFFICER – GRADE 5 FINANCE TEAM – ACQUISITIONS Background and Role Summary The Housing Agency is a statutory body established under the aegis of the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government. The Agency provides Local Authorities and Approved Housing Bodies (AHBs) with high quality advice and support on the delivery of housing and housing services. We provide a broad range of services including: ▪ Housing Supply and Mortgage Support Services ▪ Housing Regulation ▪ Research Services ▪ Procurement and Projects ▪ Shared and Centralised Services Further information on the Housing Agency is available at www.housingagency.ie. A vacancy now exists for a Staff Officer (Grade 5) on the Finance Team, Acquisitions. The Acquisitions Team purchase vacant properties from financial institutions and private equity companies and sells them to Approved Housing Bodies or purchases them on behalf of local authorities. There is a revolving €70 million fund available to acquire the properties. This role, which requires specialist finance skills, involves a large volume of transactions and there are multiple stakeholders which will require information on both a regular and ad hoc basis. The role involves recording all the financial transactions involved in sales, purchases and property management. Main Duties • Supporting the Acquisitions Accountant in support of Finance Function in the Acquisitions Programme. • Generating financial Purchase Order Requisitions to recognise transactions associated with acquisitions and sales. Subsequently ensuring that the relevant requisitions are approved in accordance with the organisational policies and procedures. • Assisting the Acquisitions Accountant, in calculating anticipated costs and preparing cash flow projections for internal use and external reporting • Generating weekly, monthly and year end reports for internal and external stakeholders in association with the Acquisitions Accountant. • Recording financial information on multiple excel spreadsheets, processing transactions onto SAGE accounting package, setting up supplier payments and uploading batch EFT bank Payments • Calculating PSWT and sending remittances to solicitors and consultants including F45 certificates and filing relevant Revenue returns. • Checking VAT and RCT Revenue requirements for subcontractors and filing relevant Revenue returns. • Filing of Purchase Order Requisitions • Liaising with local authorities on fund requests and cost recovery • General administration including o Responding to queries both by phone and email o Preparing documentation for meetings and stakeholders • Providing cover for other accounts functions in the Housing Agency, as required • Other financial and general administrative duties, including filing, as required • Providing training support and development Education and Experience - Essential: • Intermediate knowledge of Excel including vlookup and pivot tables. • High level of proficiency in SAGE 50 • Candidates should be an Accounting Technician/part qualified accountant, or equivalent Personal Skills: • Strong attention to detail with a focus on accuracy • Strong organisation skills with the ability to prioritise work and meet deadlines • Analytical approach to work and willingness to adapt to changing role requirements COMPETENCIES Financial and Account Management: Ability to plan and monitor expenditures and income to meet the Agency’s objectives and demonstrate compliance with required standards Planning & Organising: Proven ability to plan, organise and schedule work/tasks to ensure they are completed to a high standard and to meet deadlines Communication Skills: Engages effectively with a range of stakeholders, both internal and external, tailoring the communication style to the needs of each situation and audience Teamwork: Promotes cooperation and commitment within a team to achieve goals and deliverables IT Skills: Excellent computer skills are required, specifically in MS Office Suite Salary Scale – Staff Officer – Grade 5 (Local Authority) €42,041 - €43,378 - €44,716 - €46,055 - €47,392 • €48,942 (1st LSI - after 3 years satisfactory service on the maximum) • €50,490 (2nd LSI - after 3 years satisfactory service on the 1st LSI) New entrants will be appointed on the first point of the scale in line with government policy. Different terms and conditions may apply if immediately before appointment you are a currently serving civil/public servant. Closing date: THURSDAY, 27th JUNE, 2019 AT 12.00 NOON Application Procedure • Applications should be submitted via email to recruitment@housingagency.ie • Each applicant should submit a covering letter outlining the reasons they believe they are suitable for this role, and a completed Housing Agency Application Form. Applicants will be short-listed based on the information supplied • Incomplete or late applications will not be accepted. Should the person recommended for appointment decline, or having accepted the position relinquish it or if any additional vacancy arises, the Agency may, at its discretion, select and recommend another person for appointment on the results of the selection process.

19 hours ago
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