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Administrative Officer

The National University of Ireland
Dublin
€42,987 - €58,349 per year
Contract

Introduction The National University of Ireland is a federal university with four constituent universities and a number of other higher education institutions with the status of Recognised Colleges. At the centre of the federal university, NUI acts as a forum for the member institutions, provides academic services to them and manages the central registers and archives of the university. NUI also undertakes a wide range of activities in the interests of promoting academic distinction, scholarship and research and seeks to contribute to educational, cultural, social and economic advancement in Ireland. Under its Charter, NUI is empowered to recognise colleges of higher education and award degrees and other qualifications in those colleges. The NUI is also a ‘designated awarding body’ under the 2012 Qualifications and Quality Assurance (Education and Training) Act. In line with its Charter and with Irish legislative requirements, NUI has responsibilities in relation to the standards and quality of its awards in its Recognised Colleges. NUI now invites applications for a fixed-purpose two-year temporary contract for the post of Administrative Officer for Academic Affairs. This is a fixed-purpose contract for a period of two years; as such the provisions of the Unfair Dismissals Acts, 1977 to 2001 will not apply to the termination of this contract where such termination is by reason only of the expiry of this fixed term. Function The Administrative Officer for Academic Affairs will provide a high level of professional and proactive administrative support to the Manager of Academic Affairs and/or the Head of Academic Services and Registry in connection with: • policies, procedures and guidelines in a range of academic areas • the quality assurance procedures of the NUI; • the portfolio of programmes approved by NUI in Recognised Colleges; • NUI awards and grants programme for undergraduate, doctoral and postdoctoral students. 2 Duties and Responsibilities Reporting to the Manager of Academic Affairs (or the Head of Academic Services and Registry in the absence of the Manager of Academic Affairs), the post-holder will have responsibility for a range of development and support activities within the University that include the following: • Research, draft and edit policy, procedural and guideline documentation relating to the academic affairs of the University; • Further develop and implement policies and procedures relating to Quality Assurance (QA) within NUI Recognised Colleges; this encompasses the QA of academic programmes leading to NUI degrees and other qualifications, as well as institutional-level QA, in line with NUI statutes and sectoral legislation; • Undertake preparatory work for the institutional QA review of the National University of Ireland by Quality and Qualifications Ireland, scheduled for 2021; • Provide advice to staff in the Recognised Colleges on issues relating to the academic affairs of the university, typically including quality assurance, the design of programmes to be placed in the National Framework of Qualifications, the use of learning outcomes and the naming conventions applied to NUI qualifications; • Inform the Manager of Academic Affairs of developments in quality assurance policies and guidelines (both national and international) that are relevant to the University’s responsibilities under the Qualifications and Quality Assurance (Education and Training) Act 2012; • Produce quarterly reports for the attention of the NUI Senate regarding all business relating to the Recognised Colleges and other related areas as indicated by the Manager of Academic Affairs and/or Head of Academic Services & Registry; • Administer a number of NUI academic award competitions for students of NUI constituent universities and recognised colleges; • Promote and maintain close working links with the constituent universities and key external stakeholders as appropriate; • Undertake other duties as may be specified from time to time by the Manager of Academic Affairs and/or the Head of Academic Services and Registry. Mandatory Skills and qualifications The successful candidate will: • Hold a third level qualification (NFQ: Level 8), or equivalent, and have a minimum of three years suitable experience in a similar role, preferably within the Irish or UK educational sectors; • Demonstrate excellent and relevant administrative and organisational experience • Demonstrate excellent communication skills, written and oral • Have highly developed skills in drafting clearly defined policy and procedural guidelines and in working accurately with attention to detail • Have a high level of computer literacy with a proven ability to deliver professional documents, including reports and presentations • Demonstrate a flexible approach and be self-driven, with proven ability to show initiative as well as collaborate effectively with colleagues at all levels • Show a proven aptitude to scope, plan and deliver on projects, with the ability to work successfully to deadlines. 3 The successful candidate will also ideally have: • A relevant postgraduate qualification • Experience of and expertise in Irish higher education or public sector environments, with a particular knowledge of academic policy and/or quality assurance. • General knowledge of the NUI and its statutory and academic structures and responsibilities. Terms and conditions: Salary • The starting pay for persons recruited to the university shall be at the scale relevant to the temporary post of Administrative Officer - UCD AO Scale Ref 0172_X as follows: * €42,987, €44,871; €46,750; €48,604; €50,537; €52,489; €54,399; €56,419; €58,349. * An appointee with no previous public sector experience will be placed on the 1st point of the above salary scale. • Different pay and pension conditions may apply if, within 26 weeks prior to appointment the appointee is serving elsewhere in the public sector in a position in respect of which he or she is paying the Class A, B, C or D rate of PRSI contribution. • Rates of remuneration may be adjusted from time to time in line with Government Policy. Pension Scheme • In general, and except for candidates who have worked in a pensionable (non-single scheme terms) public service job in the 26 weeks prior to appointment, all new entrants to pensionable employment at the University on or after 1 January 2013 will be members of the Single Public Service Pension Scheme, details of which are available at http://per.gov.ie/wp-content/uploads/Single-Scheme-booklet-Final.pdf • Membership of the University Pension Scheme is compulsory. Additional Superannuation Contribution (ASC) • This appointment is subject deduction of the pension related "Additional Superannuation Contribution" (ASC) in accordance with Section 4 of the Public Service Pay and Pensions Act 2017. Incentivised Scheme for 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. Declaration • Applicants will be required to declare whether they have previously availed of a public service scheme of incentivised early retirement. Applicants will also be required to declare any entitlements to a Public Service pension benefit (in payment or preserved) from any other Public Service employment and/or where they have received a payment-in-lieu in respect of service in any Public Service employment, whereupon public sector pension abatement provisions may apply. 4 Hours of employment • Working hours shall be 37 hours per week, excluding lunch breaks and time spent travelling to and from the University. Holidays • 27 days holidays per annum. Probation • A three-month probationary period will be served during which there will be an ongoing review of performance. The probationary period may be extended at the University's discretion. Confidentiality • The successful candidate shall throughout the period of the Contract keep confidential and fully protected all such confidential information as shall be entrusted to them concerning the University, or which shall come into their possession by virtue of their position with the University and its various stakeholders.

2 days ago

Medical Scientist

Beaumont Hospital
Dublin
€32,692 - €55,331 per year
Full-time
Permanent

Post Title: Medical ScientistPost Status: Permanent / Specified PurposeDepartment: Histology DepartmentLocation: Beaumont Hospital, Dublin 9Reports to: Chief Medical ScientistSalary: Appointment will be made on Grade Medical Scientist (€32,692- €54,282 1st LSI €55,331) at a point in line with Government pay policy.Hours of work: Full-TimeClosing Date: 12 Noon on 8th February 2019Position Summary:This post is for a Medical Scientist in Histology. The role will require participation in all aspects of routine diagnostic Histology. The Medical Scientist will rotate into the cut-up, tissue processing, embedding, microtomy, immuno-cytochemistry, special stains and non-gynaecytology.Principal Duties and Responsibilities: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: Each candidate must, on the latest date for receiving completed application forms for the office:- a) possess the Bachelor in Science (Applied Science) Honours degree (Biomedical option) from the University of Dublin/Dublin Institute of Technology, Kevin Street;orb) possess the Bachelor in Science Honours degree in Biomedical Science from the Joint University College Cork Regional Technical College Cork course:orc) possess the Diploma in Medical Laboratory Sciences of the Dublin Institute of Technology, Kevin Street or the Regional Technical College, Cork awarded prior to 1994;ord) possess the Certificate in Medical Laboratory Sciences of the Dublin Institute of Technology, Kevin Street or the Regional Technical College, Cork or the Regional Technical College Galway (awarded prior to 1977);ore) possess a recognised qualification at least equivalent to (a), (b), (c) or (d) above;andf) be a member, or be eligible for membership of The Academy of Medical Laboratory Science (MAMLS) or prior to 1994 possess associate membership of The Academy of Medical Laboratory Science (AMAMLS).Desirable: Experience in routine diagnostic Histopathology techniques (cut-up, tissue processing, embedding, microtomy and staining).Further Information for Candidates:Supplementary information:The Hospital www.beaumont.ieManagement Unit: www.beaumont.ie/hrInformal Enquiries ONLY(No CVS) to:Name: Colm BuckleyTitle: Chief Medical ScientistEmail address: Colmbuckley@beaumont.ieTelephone: 01 8092353 Beaumont Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer

2 days ago

6 X Executive Officer

Higher Education Authority
Dublin
€29,316 - €49,959 per year
Permanent
Contract

About the Higher Education AuthorityThe mission of the Higher Education Authority (HEA) is to create a higher education system thatmaximises opportunities and ensures a high-quality experience for students. The HEA is thestatutory funding body for the universities, institutes of technology and several designated highereducation institutions and advises the Minister for Education and Skills on the development of Irishhigher education.Arising from the National Strategy for Higher Education, the HEA is now playing a key role in leadingthe higher education system in the achievement of higher levels of performance. The HEA advisesthe Minister for Education and Skills on the objectives to be set for the higher education system andperformance indicators to be applied. It is the HEA’s responsibility to ensure that institutionalobjectives are aligned with national objectives, that appropriate metrics are in place to measureperformance and that funding allocations reflect performance. We are the lead agency in thecreation of a co-ordinated system of higher education institutions with clear and diverse rolesappropriate to their strengths and national needs.The HEA performs an advocacy role for higher education to students, Government, employers andthe general public and we input into the national policy agenda through the provision of high quality,research and evidence based policy advice to the Department of Education and Skills and otheragencies and Departments with significant interaction with the higher education system.The HEA recently published a new Strategic Plan for the period 2018-22 http://hea.ie/aboutus/strategic-plan/The Department of Education and Skills is proposing to put in place new legislation to more fullyreflect the HEA’s current central role and responsibilities in relation to higher education, in order tosupport higher education institutions to be the best in Europe.About the Irish Research Council (IRC)Established in mid-2012 under the Government’s Public Sector Reform Plan, the Irish ResearchCouncil, a merger of two former councils1 is an associated agency of the Department of Educationand Skills (DES) and operates under the aegis of the Higher Education Authority (HEA).The Council supports excellent research and enhances the provision of highly skilled human capitalby providing competitive funding across all disciplines for Masters and PhD scholarships and forPostdoctoral Research Fellowships. The Council also funds Principal Investigator-led research witha social, cultural and societal significance and participates in a range of EU-funded projects. Indelivering on its mission to ‘support excellent research and recognise creative individuals withinnovative ideas, thus enabling a vibrant research community which enriches Irish research, theeconomy and society’, the Council also partners on several initiatives with enterprise, employers,government departments and civic society.The Council is currently in the process of developing a new Strategic Plan.Context for the positionsThe HEA wishes to fill a number of posts both at permanent and fixed term contract level. In addition,the HEA wishes to establish a panel which will be used to fill positions arising from new programmesand projects which the HEA or IRC have been requested to manage. These positions may be filledon a permanent basis, longer term fixed term contract (2+ years) or for shorter periods to assist withspecific projects (3-6 months).A panel last for a 12-month period from the date of interviews will be established and will be usedto fill any subsequent permanent, longer or short term fixed term contracts.Arising from the expansion of the HEA’s work in managing the capital programme for HEIs the HEAwill be creating a new position for graduates of Architecture, Quantity Surveying, Civil orConstruction Engineering or similar programmes. This position will be filled on a 3-year fixed termbasis.Job DescriptionOther than the specialist position in Capital Programmes, the location of the other posts has yet tobe finalized although it is anticipated that there will be posts in the following sections – Access Policy,System Funding and Performance, Skills and Engagement, International Programmes and the IrishResearch Council. The general duties of Executive Officer include;• Assist with implementation of programmes and funding allocations to higher educationinstitutions• Assist with the development of evidence-based analysis and in the development of policy papersand/or reports Irish Research Council for the Humanities and Social Sciences (IRCHSS); Irish Research Council for Science, Engineering and Technology (IRCSET) • Preparation of material for reply – Parliamentary Questions, Freedom of Information Requestsetc.• Representation of the HEA/IRC at meetings, conferences etc.• Assist with the organisation of meetings, conferences and other events• Management of records and files in their section• Other duties appropriate to the gradeRequirements• Higher Education Qualification, preferably at NQF level 8 or higher (Architecture, QuantitySurveying, Civil or Construction Engineering or similar programme for the Capital Programmesposition)• Excellent organisational and project management skills• Excellent communication skills (verbal and written)• Good IT skills, including MS Excel, MS Word, MS Outlook and MS PowerPoint• Ability to work in an effective manner with other members of a team• Excellent time management skills• Ability to complete tasks to a very high standardDesirable• Knowledge and interest in Higher Education policy and development• Knowledge and experience of public sector administration• Scileanna láidre scríofa agus labhartha sa Ghaeilge• European language skillsFurther information on the work of the Higher Education Authority and the Irish Research Council isavailable at www.hea.ie and www.research.ieClosing date for applications 5.30pm Friday 1st February 2019 via email to recruit@hea.ie, for theattention of Mr. Padraic Mellett, HEA, Head of Corporate Affairs, Higher Education Authority.Alternatively applications can be sent by post to Mr. Padraic Mellett, HEA, Head of CorporateAffairs, Higher Education Authority, 3 Shelbourne Buildings, Shelbourne Road, Dublin D04 C2Y6.Informal queries relating to this position should be submitted to recruit@hea.ieThe HEA is an equal opportunities employer.Principal Conditions of ServicePart 1 (Conditions which particularly apply to this position)1. Pay: The salary scale for this position is as follows:PPC - €29,316, €31,331, €32,461, €34,365, €36,071, €37,720, €39,364, €40,974, €42,599, €44,182€45,811, €46,891, €48,427 (LS1), €49,959 (LS2) Increments may be awarded subject to satisfactory service and to changes in the terms andconditions relating to salary increments in the Civil/Public Service generally.The rate of remuneration may be adjusted from time to time in line with Government pay policy.Salary: The appointment will be made on the salary scale at a point in line with currentGovernment Pay Policy. New Entrants to the Civil or Public Sector, as defined in Circular 18/2010,will commence on the first point of the salary scale. Different pay and conditions may apply if,immediately prior to appointment, the appointee is a serving civil or public servant.2. Annual Leave: Annual Leave will be 23 working days, rising to 24 days after 5 years’ serviceand 25 days after 10 years’ service. This leave is exclusive of public holidays.3. Hours of Attendance: Working hours will be in accordance with the standard arrangementsfor HEA and will equate to no less than a 37 hours (net of rest breaks) per week.No additional payment will be made for extra attendance as the rate of remuneration payablecovers any exceptional extra attendance liability that may arise from time to time.4. Location: This position is currently based at 3 Shelbourne Buildings, Shelbourne Road,Dublin 4. This is 5 minutes’ walk from Lansdowne Dart Station and is serviced by a numberof bus routes including 4,7, and 18.Part II (Other conditions which apply generally to appointees to this position)1. Tenure: Three positions will be appointed on a permanent basis in the HEA in a number ofdifferent sections. Two positions will be appointed on a fixed-term basis. Other positions maybe filled on permanent, long-term or short-term fixed contract basis.The appointee must serve a probationary period, which normally will last for 12 months. Shouldthe appointee’s services be satisfactory as regards health, conduct and efficiency generallyduring the probationary period, the appointee, on completion of the period will be finallyappointed. Should the appointee’s services be unsatisfactory, the appointment may beterminated at any time during the period.2. Duties: The appointee will be expected to perform all acts, duties and obligations asappropriate to this position (which may be revised from time to time).3. Outside Employment: The position is whole-time and the appointee must avoid involvementin outside employment/business interests in conflict or in potential conflict with the business ofHEA. Clarification must be sought from management where any doubt arises.PPC (Personal Pension Contribution) Scale (for officers who are existing civil or public servantsappointed on or after 6 April 1995 or who are new entrants to the civil or public service and who aremaking a compulsory personal pension contribution).Different pay and conditions may apply if, prior to appointment, the appointee is an existing civil orpublic servant appointed prior to 6th April 1995. 4. Sick Leave: Sick leave with full pay may be allowed at the discretion of the Higher EducationAuthority in accordance with established procedures and conditions for the public servicegenerally.5. Retirement and Superannuation: The appointee will be offered public service pension termsand retirement age conditions in accordance with pension arrangements in the HEA dependingon the status of the successful appointee:a) In general, an individual who has no prior pensionable Public Service history in the 26 weeksprior to appointment will be a member of the Single Public Service Pension Scheme (SingleScheme) which commenced from 1 January 2013 (Section 10 of the Public Service Pensions(Single Scheme and Other Provisions) Act 2012 refers);b) An individual who is on secondment will remain a member of the parent organisation’s pensionscheme and the pensionable remuneration will be based on his/her substantive grade i.e. thegrade at which the individual is employed in his/her parent organisation;c) An individual who was a member of a “pre-existing public service pension scheme” asconstrued by the Public Service Pensions (Single Scheme and Other Provisions) Act 2012 andwho does not qualify for membership of the Single Scheme will be a member of the HEA’sStaff Superannuation Scheme and Associated Spouses and Children’s Scheme;d) At the time of being offered an appointment, the HEA in consultation with the Department ofEducation & Skills and the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform if necessary, will, inthe light of the appointee’s previous Public Service (and/or other) employment history,determine the appropriate pension terms and conditions to apply for the duration of theappointment. Appointees will be required to disclose their full public service history. Details ofthe appropriate superannuation provisions will be provided upon determination of appointee’sstatus;e) In accordance with the provisions of the Superannuation (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 2004staff may not retire before their 65th birthday unless it is on grounds of ill-health. Differentretirement arrangements apply to staff employed in the public service prior to theaforementioned 2004 Act;f) The following points should be noted:• Pension Accrual: A 40-year limit on total service that can be counted towards pension wherea person has been a member of more than one existing public service pension scheme willapply. This 40-year limit, which is provided for in the Public Service Pensions (Single Schemeand other Provisions) Act 2012 came into effect on 28 July 2012. This may have implicationsfor any appointee who has acquired pension rights in a previous public service employment.• Pension Abatement: The Public Service Pensions (Single Scheme and Other Provisions) Act2012 extended pension abatement so that a retiree’s public service pension is liable toabatement on re-entering public service employment, even where the new employment is in adifferent area of the public service. However, if the appointee was previously employed in theCivil Service and awarded a pension under voluntary early retirement arrangements (otherthan the Incentivised Scheme of Early Retirement (ISER) or the Health Service ExecutiveVER/VRS which, as outlined below, render a person ineligible for the competition) theentitlement to payment of that pension will cease with effect from the date of reappointment.Special arrangements will, however, be made for the reckoning of previous service given by the appointee for the purpose of any future superannuation award for which the appointee maybe eligible.• Department of Education and Skills Early Retirement Scheme for Teachers Circular102/2007: The Department of Education and Skills introduced an Early Retirement Schemefor Teachers. It is a condition of the Early Retirement Scheme that with the exception of thesituations set out in paragraphs 10.2 and 10.3 of the relevant circular, and with thoseexceptions only, if a teacher accepts early retirement under Strands 1, 2 or 3 of this schemeand is subsequently employed in any capacity in any area of the public sector, payment ofpension to that person under the scheme will immediately cease. Pension payments will,however, be resumed on the cesser of such employment or on the person’s 60th birthday,whichever is the later, but on resumption, the pension will be based on the person’s actualreckonable service as a teacher (i.e. the added years previously granted will not be taken intoaccount in the calculation of the pension payment).• Ill-Health Retirement: Please note that where an individual has retired from a Civil/PublicService body on the grounds of ill-health his/her pension from that employment may be subjectto review in accordance with the rules of ill-health retirement within the pension scheme of thatemployment.6. Pension Related Deduction: This appointment is subject to the pension-related deduction inaccordance with the Financial Emergency Measures in the Public Interest Act 2009. For furtherinformation in relation to public service superannuation issues please see the followingwebsite: http://per.gov.ie/pensions7. Eligibility to compete: Candidates should note that eligibility to compete is open to citizensof the European Economic Area (EEA). The EEA consists of the Member States of theEuropean Union along with Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.8. Incentivised Scheme for Early Retirement (ISER): It is a condition of the IncentivisedScheme for Early Retirement (ISER) as set out in Department of Finance Circular 12/09 thatretirees, under that Scheme, are debarred from applying for another position in the sameemployment or the same sector. Therefore, such retirees may not apply for this position.9. Department of Health and Children Circular (7/2010): The Department of Health Circular7/2010 dated 1 November 2010 introduced a Targeted Voluntary Early Retirement (VER)Scheme and Voluntary Redundancy Schemes (VRS). It is a condition of the VER scheme thatpersons availing of the scheme will not be eligible for re-employment in the public health sectoror in the wider public service or in a body wholly or mainly funded from public moneys. Thesame prohibition on re-employment applies under the VRS, except that the prohibition is for aperiod of 7 years, after which time any re-employment will require the approval of the Ministerfor Public Expenditure and Reform. People who availed of either of these schemes are noteligible to compete in this competition.

5 days ago

Health & Safety Officer - Construction

Rose Construction
Cork
Full-time
Part-time

Rose Construction Limited are hiring a Health & Safety Officer in a Part time or full time role to join our successful team, The role will be based in Cork City and the successful candidate will be responsible for advising on overall compliance in matters of Health & Safety within the company.Your Responsibilities

8 days ago

Seasonal General Operative

Glanbia
Virginia
Contract

We are now seeking applications for the role of Seasonal General Operative.The main duties and responsibilities will include:For more details on this role, and to apply, please visit the Careers section of www.glanbia.com/careersClosing date for applications is: Friday 25th January 2019The GIIL Referral Scheme does not apply to this position

8 days ago

Customer Service and Logistics Administrator

WaterWipes
Drogheda, Louth
Full-time
Contract

WaterWipes is an exciting entrepreneurial company, enjoying huge growth.  We are currently recruiting for Customer Service & Logistics Administrators to join the team in Drogheda, Co. Louth on a fixed term basis to cover maternity. At the heart of the business is a story of an Irish dad, Edward McCloskey, shocked by the vast array of chemicals in baby wipes.  Determined to find a solution for the sensitive skin of his daughter, he went about developing a wipe pure enough to replace cotton wool and water.  His solution, WaterWipes, is now a recommended brand by dermatologists, midwives and doctors, even for premature babies’ sensitive skin.  The company has enjoyed explosive growth since its launch just 8 short years ago and is now available in a staggering 42 countries.  The ambition of the business is to become a global leader in cleaning and caring for what is more precious to consumers.  The Customer Service & Logistics Administrator’s role will deliver customer service, logistic and transport solutions for product exported to all regions FMCG customers. The successful candidate must have the ability to plan and prioritise their workload and deliver to agreed deadlines. Must have demonstrable skills of developing and working with spreadsheets along with administration systems and in-house databases. You must also be accurate with attention to detail and possess the sort of confidence and communication skills that inspires trust in colleagues and customers alike. This role will be responsible for delivering high performance Customer Service from 3PL’s and all other logistics service providers delivering to our customers through KPI measurement.This role requires flexibility in working hours to support international business. Responsibilities:WaterWipes have three core values that we seek our staff to exemplify. They are to Be Brave, Be Excellent and Be Respectful. It is by living these values in all that we do that we are able to continuously grow and challenge the status quo.  

8 days ago

Health Care Assistant

Sandra Cooneys Homecare
Dublin
Full-time
Part-time

At Sandra Cooney Homecare we pride ourselves on providing person centered care to each client. We build professional relationships within the community and have a reputation that stands to us. We are currently recruiting for Health Care Assistants in the North Dublin area. Weekends Only and Monday to Sunday hours are available.  Job Description·         Assist client to live independently in their own home·         Medication prompt·         Meal preparation·         Personal Care·         Light Housework·         Assist with clients’ nutritional, physical and social needs as laid out in their individual Care Plan   What the successful candidate needs ·         A caring, patient, reliable person·         Ability to work independently or part of a team·         A strong interest in working with the most venerable within the community·         FETAC/QQI Level 5 Care of the older person, Care Skills and manual handling·         Experience desirable but not essential / 2 references Sandra Cooney's Homecare offers successful candidates the following benefits·         Competitive rates within the industry·         Travel Allowance ·         Refer a friend bonus  ·         Life Insurance·         Mentor Programme·         Carer of the Month·         Staff Affinity Club·         24-hour support from the office

9 days ago

Night Porter

Rathsallagh House
Dunlavin Upper, Dunlavin,
€ 10 ~ € 14
Contract
Part-time

Rathsallagh is an Irish Blue Book Member . Winners of numerous awards for fine dining, restaurant , County House of the Year, 39 bedrooms with 5 star appointments. Duties to include general service to guests at night, including the smooth and efficient running of reception to the rules of our Standard Operating Procedures ( SOP). Cleaning up and re setting function rooms after functions and general assistant to food & beverage staff during working hours. To supervise / manage the team working under you in this role  Ideal candidate will be used to working nights, have some supervisory skills and have a fluent level of English. CV’s in word doc format only please. Applications by e mail must have an introduction in e mail body.  This is a part time position mostly Thursday to Saturday inclusive summer and Friday to Saturdays winter.  Keywords: Dining room supervisor, Restaurant Supervisor , Security , Duty Manager, Waiter, Waitress, Bar Man, Night Porter, Night work, Night shift, Night Manager, duty Manager, Security, Kitchen Porter, Hotel, Bar, Night Club . Part time.

11 days ago

Accounts Assistant - Accounts Receivable/Invoicing Function

Derrycourt Cleaning Specialists
Finglas, County Dublin,
Negotiable
Contract
Full-time

Derrycourt Cleaning Specialists are seeking an Accounts Assistant to work within the Finance Department as part of the Accounts Receivable Function, focusing on all invoicing and billing requirements for the company. The ideal candidate will have the following experience/competencies:

12 days ago

Bar Supervisor

Athlone, Westmeath
Full-time
Contract

Bar Supervisor for a busy bar in the Athlone area. Bar Supervisor will be working along side owner. Must have previous experience with in a similar role and in a fast paced environment.Can work on own initiative and well with others as a team Is responsible for assisting with bar operationsensuring that customers receive the best service possibleupholding a constant level of staff productivityensuring that the budget is not exceeded and maintaining health and safety standards.Further job description will be given in interview stage.

17 days ago
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