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Dogs Trust Fundraising Ambassador € 35.5k Ote

CPM Ireland
Tullamore, Offaly
Full-time
Charity

€25,000 - €35,500 a yearCPM is recruiting for Residential Fundraising Ambassadors to secure donations on behalf of our charity clients.If energy, passion and enthusiasm is at the heart of your work, we would love to hear from YOU!Our Missionis to bring about the day when ALLdogs can enjoy a happy life, free from the threat of unnecessary destruction.If you have a passion for animals and to strive for a career full of opportunitiesand rewards– Then this is the role for YOU!Not only will you be provided with full training, supportand progressionopportunities from CPM, you will also receive a generousguaranteed basic salaryand exceptional commissionstructure.We are looking for people with a ‘can-do’ attitude and positivepersonality.The perks of the job: Job Type: Full-timeSalary: €25,000.00 to €35,500.00 /year

19 hours ago

Learning And Participation Internship

Spitalfields Music
London
Part-time
Internship

LondonPart-time, Internship, VolunteerOpportunities: Spitalfields Music Learning and Participation InternshipSpitalfields Music is a creative charity based in East London. We bring artists, audiences and communities together to find, explore and share extraordinary music experiences in one of the most vibrant areas of London.Our work provides high quality, relevant and inclusive opportunities for people across East London to engage with music as creators, performers and audiences through an annual festival, a year-round Learning and Participation programme and artist development initiatives.We are seeking a Learning and Participation (L&P) Intern to join the team for the period late April – July 2019. Reporting to the two L&P Producers, this placement is perfect someone wanting to gain hands-on experience of supporting the organisation and delivery of a busy programme of creative music projects and performances which have learning and participation at their heart. In addition to providing administrative support, the L&P Intern will observe and assist with project sessions.This is a part-time placement of three days a week, flexible around work or study commitments. Time will be divided between the Spitalfields Music office and off-site in schools and community spaces in east London. For further details on the role, please follow this link: https://www.spitalfieldsmusic.org.uk/learning-and-participation-internship/============================================Deadline for applications: 9am, Monday 8 AprilInterview date: Tuesday 16 April============================================Job Types: Part-time, Internship, Volunteer

19 hours ago

Veterinary Care Assistant

PDSA
Belfast
£15,826 - £16,130 a year
Part-time
Permanent

£15,826 - £16,130 a yearPart-time, PermanentVeterinary Care AssistantBelfast Hospital and Branch£15,826 - £16,130 pro rata per annum30 hours per weekPart Time, PermanentPets and people at the heart of what we do.About the Role: We are looking to recruit a Veterinary Care Assistant (VCA) who will provide a high standard of customer service and clinical care whilst promoting pet wellbeing and supporting the clinical team.The role will be responsible for supporting the hospital team with taking care of the wellbeing of pets by maintaining a clean and hygienic environment at all times, assisting with animal handling, working at reception and providing support to the Veterinary nurses and Veterinary Surgeons. They will also encourage financial contributions from clients from time to time.Depending on the needs of the hospital Veterinary Care Assistants work both full and part time hours. The role is an excellent starting point if you want a career within Veterinary practice.About You: Candidates must have a Veterinary Care Assistant Level 2 diploma or equivalent to meet the application criteria for this role, as being highly self motivated with good customer service skills.A minimum age of 18 years old due to a varied shift pattern.The closing date for this vacancy may be brought forward should we receive sufficient candidates.About PDSA: As the UK’s leading veterinary charity, with 48 Pet Hospitals, we strive to improve pets’ lives – through prevention, education and treatment. Every year our dedicated vet teams carry out 2.7 million treatments on 470,000 pets. Our national network of around 120 high street shops help us to provide these treatments through selling both donated and new goods.We believe that we work better together, so everyone from our vets, volunteers, shop teams and to our office support colleagues – we are driven in our dedication and passionate about pets. Join us and help improve the lives of every pet.PDSA is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.The organisation is committed to safeguarding and ensuring the welfare of children, young people and adults at risk and expects all employees and volunteers to share this commitment.Appropriate background checks will be carried out where necessary dependant on the role applied for.To apply for this role please go to https://pdsa.current-vacancies.com/Jobs/Advert/1556010?cid=1031&jobtitle=Veterinary.Care.Assistant&location=Belfast.Hospital.and.Branch&rsid=8701&ad=964771&t=Veterinary-Care-Assistant&l=Belfast-Hospital-and-BranchJob Types: Part-time, Permanent

19 hours ago

Retail Shop Manager

NCBI - Working for people with sight loss
Kilkenny
Volunteer
Charity

KilkennyContractNCBI Retail has over 112 shops located around Ireland, selling great quality second hand clothes and other donated goods in aid of NCBI - Working for People with Sight LossAn exciting opportunity has arisen in NCBI’s Charity Shop Kilkenny city centre , for aRetail Shop Manager In this varied and exciting role you will be instrumental to making sure this prominent shop achieves sales targets. The ideal candidate will have the ability to drive sales, present both shop interior & shop window, as well as recruit, train, motivate and manage a social activation employee & volunteer team, in retail and customer service skills. An ability to work under pressure and prioritise a changing workload are essential attributes for the role. Prior experience in a busy Retail environment, and stock pricing, is vital for this role.Please apply in writing with a cover letter and CV Closing Date Sunday 23rd March 2019Candidates must be eligible to work in the EEA/IrelandNCBI Retail is an equal opportunities employerNCBI RETAILJOB DESCRIPTIONSHOP MANAGERRole:Your primary role is the overall management and development of the shop and working to an agreed work plan and financial targets to increase turnover.Reports to: Area Manager and Head OfficeMain Responsibilities:Staffing:Recruit, train and inform all volunteers of their expected duties and to actively source volunteer staffMaintain a positive and happy atmosphere with particular attention to customer service and public relationsEnsure shop staffing cover is adequate to the needs of the business and taking into account seasonal trends and daily busy periods of tradePromptly report to the Area Supervisor, any difficulties that may be experienced with volunteers and Workers Responsible for monitoring and restricting pilferage of all merchandise from the moment it arrives on the premises until sold or recycledAssist with training or coaching of staff from the shopsShop Management: Ensure that your shop meets the sales and other targets that are set for itEnsure the shop is opened for trading during the hours of 9:30am and 5:30pm daily from Monday to Saturday and that you and your staff/volunteers strictly observe the requirements of the Organisation of Working in Time Act 1997Ensure that all window displays are attractive and changed weekly (plan yearly celebrations and events)Take full responsibility for donated goods and ensure proper presentation and merchandising to the fullest potential, including security, washing, ironing and cleaning where necessary, pricing, ticketing and stock rotationEnsure the shop is kept clean and tidy at all timesEnsure that no goods are offered for sale that are not top quality (no broken zips, bobbled clothes etc)Selling furniture and merchandising of various retail categories. Training and managing social activation scheme employees as well as volunteersFinancial Management:Take full responsibility for the shops accounting procedures including banking procedures, till receipts procedures, to ensure that the correct transactions and cash handling procedures are adhered to at all times including staff purchasesTake full responsibility for the inventory and security of all equipment and fittings on the premisesArrange and support on-going fundraising events and activities and meet specific targets Take full responsibility for proper inventory and accounting of “Bought In Goods”Promotion and Marketing:Promote the NCBI Retail brand and the shop locally, through a variety of channels in a cost effective waysHealth and Safety:To be responsible for the health & safety of all concerned within the shop, volunteer and publicUndertake responsibilities as required in the observation of all fire procedures, location of extinguishers and Health & SafetyCommunications:Undertake shop related duties and other ventures as might be required from time to time including attendance at meetings (in particular the Annual General Conference), evaluations & training courses etcOther:Ensure you report your day off/sick leave/annual leave and other time off to your Area Manager and Head OfficeBe flexible with working hours when required by the needs of the business (cover sickness, holidays, promotions and other shop)Be flexible with your weekly day off; ensure you have shop cover prior to taking your day off. Any other reasonable duties that may be requested by the Area Manager or Head Office.This job description may be reviewed from time to time in line with the needs of the business.Key Competencies for Shop ManagersCustomer FocusDrive for ResultsTime Management & Priority SettingMotivating OthersBuilding Effective TeamsDeveloping StaffInnovationIntegrity and Trust

20 hours ago

Brow Expert

Benefit Cosmetics LTD
Dublin
Full-time
Charity

DublinBenefit Cosmetics UK- Brow ExpertWe’re living proof that premium brands don’t have to be serious. Let others do all the science and molecule stuff – we’re here to transform customers into better versions of themselves, and have a ton of fun doing it.It means looking good and staying positive- every customer you approach will see you as the face of our brand. You’re going to love doing all those makeovers with our best-selling products, and they’ll love you for making them look amazing.Position SummaryYou will be responsible for delivering an exciting and unique service to all current and potential customers. In order to maximise sales opportunities you will be confident in making connections with customers, carrying out facial waxing and eyebrow styling, and be determined to win repeat business through rebooking treatments.Duties Include· Sales Goals- Achieving individual sales goals agreed with the counter manager through, making connections with customers, carrying out brow treatments, facial waxing, and booking repeat appointments· Teamwork- Everyone is expected to help all team members to ensure all the counter and business needs are met· Promotions and Special Events- Supporting both in store and external events through linkups, interdepartmental events and counter events including new product releases and charity events· Administration- An individual daily and weekly worksheet will be completed, and where necessary you will assist with counter manager administration.· Hygiene and Housekeeping- You will ensure the counter and displays are kept clean and hygienic at all times.Team members will be required to work weekends, late nights and bank holidays. Brow experts must have a waxing qualification.Benefit is filled with both laughter and hard work - making us a unique place to hang your hat. We offer beauty-full opportunities for growth and development and represent a wide variety of skills and backgrounds. If you're the type of person who puts the word 'no' before the word 'problem,' then we may have a fabulous opportunity for you.Job Type: Full-timeExperience:

20 hours ago

Assistant Manager

Elior
Newham
£26,000 a year
Permanent
Apprenticeship

NewhamPermanent£26,000 a yearLocationStratford, Newham, Greater London, United Kingdom Employment Permanent Salary £26,000 p.a. plus benefits Profile Assistant ManagerWe have an exciting opportunity for a hardworking and driven individual to become part of our award winning Catering and Services team.Location: Eat Well Restaurant-Newham University Hospital, E13 8SLSummary of RoleTo assist the General Manager with the day to day running of the business, and to cover in their absence.Key Tasks & Responsibilities#teamelior #eliorcareers #eliorjobs #cateringjobsTwitter: @elioruk Facebook: Elior CareersIn line with General Data Protection Regulations you can find our Privacy Notice on our website.Elior UK Why its great to work for EliorOur guiding principle is that for Elior to deliver great customer service we must be a great company to work for.Great service to customers only comes from people who are happy with the company they work for. We aim to be a fulfilling and rewarding place to work, where people thrive, because they are valued, cared for as individuals and given everything they need to develop their potential.We invest in the teams that are in direct, daily contact with our clients and customers because we believe that their ability to grow with the business is the foundation of success.

1 day ago

Food Rescue Driver

FoodCloud Hubs
Dublin
Part-time
Volunteer

DublinPart-time, ContractJob Title: Food Rescue Driver (Part Time-Evenings)Location: DublinReporting to: Hub Supervisor and Supply CoordinatorSalary: Dependent upon skills and experienceContract Period: 1 Year Contract, 15 hours per weekAbout FoodCloud HubsFoodCloud Hubs (CHY20558) is a national charity fighting food poverty by tackling food waste. We source food that is surplus to requirements, from food retailers and manufactures, and redistribute this to local charities and community groups who provides meals to vulnerable people (individuals who are homeless, unemployed, socially isolated, and recovering from addictions).Our Hub in Dublin works to serve Charities and Community Food Members (CFMs) in the Leinster area. The Hub in Dublin is open Monday through Friday, between 8:30 am and 5:00 pm to receive deliveries from various food companies; producers and retailers, and redistribute this food to CFMs in the most efficient way possible. This is implemented by the Hub Supervisor and team with the help of volunteers.About The Role: This is an exciting opportunity to join and support the growth of a proven organization that has already made real community, environmental, and business impact.The key duties of this role are: daily collection and delivery of surplus food from retailers and food business partners to local charity and community groups. This is a customer facing position that consists of loading vehicles, route planning, vehicle checks, and directing volunteers.Person and Skill Specifications: Essential

2 days ago

Food Runner

The Ivy in the Park
London E14
Entry Level
Charity

We're looking for a Runner to join our front of house team at The Ivy in the Park. A Runner is an entry level position that will give you valuable insight and experience into the hospitality industry. The pace is fast and the standards are high, but if you are passionate and a quick learner, it can be the start of a great career. You will: Who are we? All Ivy Collection restaurants have been designed to deliver the memorable experience that is synonymous with The Ivy’s unique style, extending the magic of our celebrated West Street venue to handpicked locations across London, the UK and Ireland. Open seven days a week and offering all day dining, from breakfast to dinner with lunch, brunch and afternoon tea in between, means everyone has the chance to enjoy a little taste of The Ivy’s glamour, whatever the occasion. INDFOH

2 days ago

Graduate Property Surveyor

For Purpose
Dublin
Full-time
Graduate

Approved Housing Bodies (AHBs) are not-for-profit organisations who provide and manage social rented housing to tenants who are in need of housing but are unable to provide their own. Whilst the vast majority of houses are provided for general needs, there are a number of specialist AHBs that provide homes for older people, people with physical and intellectual needs or previously homeless. AHBs work closely with local authorities providing alternative housing to people who are generally on the local authority waiting lists.There are over 520 AHBs currently operating throughout Ireland, with a stock size of 30,000 homes between them. Due to the growing demand for affordable housing, many AHBs are expanding rapidly, offering numerous opportunities for graduates to enjoy a varied and rewarding career. The sector is rapidly growing in Ireland due to an increased need for social housing.For Purpose has partnered with three of Ireland’s largest AHBs (Clúid Housing, Túath Housing and Co-operative Housing Ireland) to recruit and train graduates trainees in property surveying. We are searching for graduates to join the For Purpose programme and work directly with our AHB partner organisations. The programme offers learning and development opportunities with access to formal accreditation, scope for progression and attractive working environments.About our AHB Partners Clúid Housing: Clúid Housing is an award winning, not-for-profit charity providing over 6500 affordable, high quality homes to people in housing need. Established in 1994, Clúid has grown to become the largest AHB in Ireland.Clúid aims to maximise business success as a housing association. The organisations operate as efficiently and effectively as possible and aims to ensure that its financial stewardship is of the highest standard. Surpluses are reinvested back into the organisation to further its social mission. This social mission is at Clúid’s core.Co-operative Housing Ireland: Co-operative Housing Ireland is Ireland’s national federation for the cooperative housing sector. Since its foundation in 1973 co-operative housing has supported the provision of approximately 5,000 homes across a mix of tenures, taken responsibility for the ongoing management of 2,000 homes available at affordable rents, promoted the development of locally affiliated co-operative societies across Ireland and provided wider community development opportunities such as Childcare Services.Túath Housing: Túath Housing provides accommodation for single people, families and those with special needs. Since its establishment in 2000, Túath has grown to become one of Ireland’s largest approved housing bodies. The organisation currently provides and manages over 4,400 homes with offices in Dublin, Cork, Galway and Dundalk.Túath’s motivation is not financially driven. It aims to provide long-term, safe and quality housing, at the best possible value whilst locally building mixed, sustainable communities. Túáth’s staff are essential to achieving this aim.Graduate Property Surveyor Role title: Graduate Property SurveyorLocation: DublinLength: 24 month traineeship in property surveying with trainees working to complete Assessment of Professional Competency (APC) and gain accreditation from the Society of Chartered Surveyors in Ireland (SCSI).Hours: Monday-Friday, 37 hours per weekRole Description: Property Surveyors work within the Property Services division of Approved Housing Bodies (AHBs) to ensure the maintenance and improvement of an AHBs housing stock. A Property Surveyor’s day to day role is varied and can include conducting property surveys, stock condition surveys, managing external contractors and procurement, diagnosing defects in homes and overseeing the repairs and maintenance of homes. A Property Surveyor within an AHB will spend much of their time carrying out work inside tenants’ homes, therefore a professional and empathetic nature is essential for the role. For Purpose is searching for three Graduate Property Surveyors, with placements available in Túath Housing, Co-operative Housing Ireland and Clúid Housing.The traineeship is for a period of 24 months with the trainee working to undertake their APC and fulfil SCSI requirements to become chartered. Full training will be provided in order to acquire accreditation. In addition to pursuing SCSI accreditation, a comprehensive training and development programme is also in place to support the growth of your professional skills and knowledge of the housing sector. While undergoing your traineeship, you will be provided with a dedicated For Purpose mentor with an extensive background in housing who you will meet with each month for a mentoring session. You will also attend training sessions with other trainees in social housing for one day per month covering professional skills (e.g. presentation skills, communication skills, report writing) and social housing knowledge. Trainees also attend roundtable sessions throughout the year and participate in peer-led learning activities such as learning lunches.Traineeships in property surveying on the For Purpose programme offer an attractive remuneration and benefits package and the chance to have a direct impact in addressing Ireland’s housing needs.Person Profile: Are you looking for an opportunity in property surveying and to contribute to solving Ireland’s social housing needs? We are searching for a graduate with the following profile:

2 days ago

Bar And Waiting Staff

Butler House
Kilkenny
Full-time
Part-time

KilkennyPart-timeJob SummaryWe require experienced waiting staff to join our team. The suitable candidate must have:

3 days ago
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