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Catering Assistants (x2)

Ballina Beverages (Sodexo)
Ballina, Mayo
Contract

Catering Assistants required in the Ballina Area for a Temporary Contract (April – December 2019).Hours of work: Day time shifts Monday to Friday 8am – 3pm.Duties:

7 hours ago

Chef 9am - 3pm

Ballina Beverages (Sodexo)
Ballina, Mayo
Contract

Chef required in the Ballina Area for a Temporary Contract (Maternity Cover).Hours of work: Day time shifts Tuesday to Friday 9am – 3pm.Duties:• To ensure the day to day operations are carried out in line with HACCP Regulations.• To assist with the running of overall kitchen and the associated areas. • To give full cooperation to any colleague or customer requiring assistance in a prompt caring, helpful manner and to be flexible in assisting other staff members when required.• To Have fun and enjoy your work!Ideal Candidate will have:• Minimum of 1-2 years’ experience in a similar position.• Fluent English• Great team work skills

7 hours ago

Chef 7am – 3pm

Ballina Beverages (Sodexo)
Ballina, Mayo
Contract

Chef required in the Ballina Area for a contract from April – December 2019.Hours of work: Day time shifts Monday to Friday 7am – 3pm.Duties:• To ensure the day to day operations are carried out in line with HACCP Regulations.• To assist with the running of overall kitchen and the associated areas. • To give full cooperation to any colleague or customer requiring assistance in a prompt caring, helpful manner and to be flexible in assisting other staff members when required.• To Have fun and enjoy your work!Ideal Candidate will have:• Minimum of 1-2 years’ experience in a similar position.• Fluent English• Great team work skills

7 hours ago

Seasonal General Operatives

Waterways Ireland
Ireland
€581.72 per week
Contract

 JOB DESCRIPTION JOB TITLE: General Operative LEO (Seasonal) SALARY SCALE: €581.72 REPORTS TO: Charge hand; Foreperson; Engineering Technician; Engineer, Senior Engineer  LOCATION(S): Tullamore / Thomastown / Lowtown WORK HOURS: 39 hours – Monday to Friday.   SUMMARY OF ROLE To engage in the maintenance and development of Grand / Royal Canal by undertaking operational tasks as required.  DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES ·           Working as a member of a team engaged in the maintenance and development of the waterway channel, the towpaths, banks, buildings and structures, moorings and mooring facilities·           Working in general civil engineering/building construction·           Working in a water based environment involving frequently working on and / or in close proximity to deep water·           Maintenance and development of Waterways Ireland’s property and facilities, including grass/hedge cutting, weed spraying, installing gates/fencing, litter collection, etc ·           Working as Banksman (while working with plant and machinery)·           Assisting craftspersons (building walls/pillars, mixing mortar, kerb laying etc) The above is given as a broad range of duties and is not intended to be a complete description of all tasks. QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE Essential Criteria ·           Experience of working on civil engineering / building construction projects ·           Possess good communication skills ·           Knowledge of issues relating to Health, Safety & Welfare Regulations on a construction site ·           Possess current full driving licence (Category B) ·           Possess a valid Safepass card Desirable Criteria ·           Experience of working under minimum supervision. ·           Experience of working in a team. ·           Experience of undertaking vegetation maintenance activities ·           Possess a full driving licence for additional categories EB and / or EC.  SHORTLISTING PROCESS A shortlist of candidates for interviews will be prepared on the basis of information contained in the application form. It is essential that all applicants demonstrate on their application form how and the extent to which they satisfy each of the Essential and Desirable criteria specified. In the event of a large volume of applicants, testing may also be used to form a shortlist. Candidates will be notified should this be required.  This competition will create a merit based panel which will last 12 months. Opportunities which arise over the next 12 months will be offered to successful applicants in order of merit.

8 hours ago

General Operatives & Electricians

Eurotas
Nationwide
€18 - €30 per hour
Contract

ELECTRICIANS AND GENERAL OPERATIVES ❗️ Electricians and General Operatives required in the following areas *Dublin* *Galway* *Cork* Electricians- €30 per hour General Operatives- €18 per hour 50 plus hours a week available, Overtime rates and weekend work available on certain sites Digs also available You must have the following and they must be submitted to be considered for a role: - Safe Pass/CSR -Manual Handling -Relevant certs/qualifications for role applied for Email your cv and above paperwork to info@eurotasltd.com

17 hours ago

Assistant Staff Officer

Meath County Council
Meath
€27,567 - €44,771 per year
Permanent
Contract

THE JOB: ASSISTANT STAFF OFFICER – GRADE IVApplications are sought from suitably qualified persons who wish to be considered for inclusion on apanel from which permanent & fixed-term contract vacancies for the position of Assistant Staff Officershall be drawn.The Assistant Staff Officer is a supervisory position in the Council with responsibility for staffsupervision within a section of a department. He/she will work as part of a multidisciplinary team,assisting with the implementation of work programmes to achieve goals, targets and standards set outin departmental/team plans. As part of the Council’s commitment to providing quality services tocitizens the Assistant Staff Officer will assist in delivering a wide range of services across theorganisation.RESPONSIBILITIES /DUTIES:The duties shall be such as will be assigned by the Council from time to time, and shall include the dutyof deputising for other officers of the Council when required. The duties may include but are not limitedto:• Providing administrative backup and support for their supervisor/line manager to achieve keygoals, objectives and tasks;• Supervising staff and deputising for their supervisor/line-manager as required;• Operating under the direction of their supervisor/line-manager;• Participating as an effective team member towards the efficient operation of theirdepartment/section;• Collating and analysing information/data and reporting on same;• Maintaining accurate records and files;• Assisting with budget management/reporting and procurement;• Ensuring the provision of high quality Customer Services;• Briefing and training new staff;• Implementing agreed procedures, schemes and policies of the Council;• Servicing and attending meetings of the Council and its committees as required;• Operating existing and future IT systems;• Taking initiative and being proactive in addressing issues;• Assisting with the implementation of change and delivering quality services;• Managing the performance of a section or function within a department;• Working effectively with staff, members of the public, public representatives, external agenciesand various Council departments.THE IDEAL CANDIDATE WILL:• Have an understanding of the Council’s purpose, goals and priorities and knowledge of publicservice organisation in Ireland;• Understand the role of the elected council and the representational role of the elected members;• Understand the changing environment and be capable of adapting to change in order to deliverquality services to our citizens;• Have ability to identify problems and contribute to solutions;• Have an ability to work effectively within a team to achieve a common goal, ensuring standardsare adhered to and maintained;• Have the ability to provide excellent customer services;• Have an ability to lead a team;• Have good interpersonal and communications skills;• Be motivated to achieve maximum performance;• Demonstrate excellent clerical/administrative experience in an office based environment;• Have an ability to work on own initiative, in an independent environment and without constantsupervision;• Have staff supervisory experience;• Have an awareness of Health and Safety Legislation and Regulations, the implications for theorganisation and the employee, and their application in the workplace.QUALIFICATIONSThe Minister for the Housing, Planning, and Local Government has declared that the qualifications forthe position of Assistant Staff Officer, Meath County Council shall be as set out hereunder:CHARACTER: Each candidate must be of good character.HEALTH: Each candidate must be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonableprospect of ability to render regular and efficient service.EDUCATION/ EXPERIENCE, ETC.:Each candidate must, on the latest date for receipt of completed application forms:(a) (1) Have obtained at least Grade D (or pass), in Higher or Ordinary level, in five subjects (orfour subjects if Irish is included) from the approved list of subjects in the Department ofEducation Established Leaving Certificate Examination or Leaving Certificate VocationalProgramme including Irish and/or English and one of the following: Mathematics, Accounting,Business Organisation or Economics, AND;(2) Have obtained at least Grade C (or Honours) in Higher Level (or Honours) papers in threesubjects in that examination (or two subjects if Irish and/or one of the following is included:Mathematics, Accounting, Business Organisation or Economics), or;(b) Have obtained a comparable standard in an equivalent examination, or;(c) Hold a third level qualification of at least degree standard or;(d) Be a serving employee in a Local Authority, Health Board, Vocational Education Committees inthe State, Institutes of Technology, the General Medical Services (Payments) Board, St. James’Hospital Board, Beaumont Hospital Board, an Board Altranais, the Local Government ComputerServices Board or the Border, Midland and Western Regional Assembly or the Southern andEastern Regional Assembly, and have satisfactory experience in a post of Clerical Officer or ananalogous post.PRINCIPAL CONDITIONS OF SERVICETYPE OF POST: The creation of the panel from which permanent and temporary vacancies may befilled.SALARY: €27,567 - €44,771 per annum – pending on service (EL 07/18)Please note starting pay for new entrants will be at the minimum of the scale. The rate of remunerationmay be adjusted from time to time in line with Government pay policy.PROBATION:(a) there shall be a period after such appointments take effect during which such persons shall holdthe position on probation,(b) such period shall be one year but the Chief Executive may at his or her discretion extend suchperiod,(c) such persons shall cease to hold the position at end of the period of probation unless duringsuch period, the Chief Executive has certified that the service of such persons is satisfactory.SUPERANNUATION CONTRIBUTION:Job Description – Assistant Staff Officer 2019Persons who become pensionable officers of a local authority, who are liable to pay the Class A rate ofPRSI contribution will be required in respect of their superannuation to contribute to the rate of 1.5% oftheir pensionable remuneration plus 3.5% of net pensionable remuneration (i.e. pensionableremuneration less twice the annual rate of social insurance old age contributory pension payable at themaximum rate to a person with no adult dependant or qualified children).Persons who become pensionable officers of a local authority who are liable to pay the Class D rate ofPRSI contribution will be required, in respect of their superannuation, to contribute to the local authorityat the rate of 5% of their pensionable remuneration. All persons who become pensionable officers of alocal authority, are required, in respect of the Local Government (Spouses and Children’s ContributoryPension) Scheme, 1986, to contribute to the local authority at the rate of 1.5% of their pensionableremuneration in accordance with the terms of the Scheme.PENSION ARRANGEMENTS & RETIREMENT AGE:Candidates will be informed of their superannuation position at time an offer of appointment is beingmade.

3 days ago

Paid Internships in Florida

bē Workaway
Outside of Ireland
Contract

Come work in Florida. A unique way to kick-start your hospitality career!8-month programme starting October 2019.WORKAWAY 2019 - Paid internships in Florida! 🇺🇸 Escape the Irish weather while improving your hospitality skills. Servers, bar and waiting staff wanted! Applications are now open! Workaway is an opportunity like no other to develop and improve your hospitality skills in the USA to guarantee yourself a good career in Ireland with us. Don’t delay!• Are you between 21-29 years old?• Do you have an Irish/UK passport?• Do you want an exciting career?• Do you want to travel and work?• Do you have experience working in the hospitality industry?REQUIREMENTSCandidates must:• Hold Irish/UK passport (based on requirement for H2B visa)• Have recent experience in the Hospitality Industry• Be available from October 2018 until June 2019• Be between 21 and 29 years of age for H2B visa complianceYOU GET• Flights, visa, insurance, and medicals are paid by the employer• Salary of $12-$13.50 ph. (plus overtime)• Accommodation is provided at a weekly costOUR COMMITMENTbē is committed to bring about change in the hospitality sector. USA represents a significant opportunity to get future hospitality professionals trained to a standard that Europe and Ireland need to acquire.That is why we focus our foreign programmes in the US. We send you there, you get trained and then you come back to get Ireland at the top of the European hospitality.We need you. Come join us and become part of the bē family.WHY WORKAWAY?This programme presents young people interested in the hospitality sector with an unparalleled opportunity to broaden their horizon and experience.We have been running Workaway since 2011 years very successfully, and those that take part are always very positive about the outcomes and expertise. In fact, many of those embarking in the programme receive offers to continue in employment in the USA or back with us in Ireland.

4 days ago

Childcare Professionals

Busy Bees
Hansfield, Dublin
Part-time
Contract

Qualified Childcare Professionals required at Busy Bees Pre-School & After School, Hansfield Educate Together National School, Dublin 15. (Immediate Start)Key responsibilities:· Deliver high-quality care and learning opportunities for children at Busy Bees.· Help to devise plans.· Implement the Aistear Curriculum while upholding Siolta Standards.· Observe, monitor and record the development of the children in compliance with the Childcare (Pre-School Services) Regulations 2016 and be familiar with the Regulations.· Ensure the health and safety of the children.· Support the children’s development through learning & play.· Communicate with parents in a professional, effective and friendly capacity.Requirements:· FETAC Level 5 and or Level 6 in Early Childhood Care and Education (Essential)· First Aid Cert and/or Manual Handling Cert· At least 2 years’ experience working with Children· Fantastic organisational and teamwork skills· Excellent written and verbal communication skills· Must be willing to be Garda Vetted· A good understanding of Siolta and Aistear and observation documentation.· A kind, fun and nurturing disposition· A love of working with pre-school children· Must speak fluent English· Must be able to work on your own initiative and as part of a team.Contract hours: 8:30 am to 2:30 pm.Very good salary based on experience.Please send your CV with cover letter by clicking the APPLY NOW button below.

7 days ago

Health Care Assistant

Letterkenny University Hospital
Letterkenny, Donegal
€27,647 - €34,588 per year
Full-time
Part-time

The successful candidate may be required to work in any service area within the vicinity as the need arises. A Panel will be formed from which permanent and specified purpose contract vacancies of full or part time duration may be filledInformal EnquiriesOperational Assistant Director of NursingTelephone number 074 91 25888 Bleep 403Details of ServiceSaolta University Health Care Group is one of seven new hospital groups announced by the then Minister for Health, Dr. James Reilly TD in May, 2013, as part of a re-organisation of public hospitals into more efficient and accountable hospital groups that will deliver improved outcomes for patient. The Saolta University Health Care Group comprises of 7 hospitals:  Patient Care: Breathing:The Health Care Assistant will assist nursing staff in maintaining patient’s adequate breathing.  Required to: ·         Recognise signs of distressed breathing in patients and report these to the nursing staff.·         Assist with positioning the patient to reduce distress.·         Locate and bring oxygen supply equipment to the bedside as directed by the nursing staff.·         Position personal items such as drinks, tissues and reading materials within easy reach of the patient.·         Maintain the ward in a well-ventilated condition and in the condition perceived by the patient as being most comfortable. Eating and Drinking:The Health Care Assistant has a significant role in ensuring that patient’s dietary requirements are met.  Under the direction of the nursing staff the Health Care Assistant will: ·      Assist patients in preparation for their meals, (for example to use toilet facilities and to wash hands before meals).·      Prepare the environment by making it as aesthetically pleasant as possible by removing unnecessary items from the immediate bedside, (for example commodes, urinals, etc.).·      Assist/feed patients as directed by nursing staff.·      Observe amounts of food and liquids consumed by patients who need special monitoring, and communicate outcomes to the nursing staff.·      Making patients comfortable after their meals, (for example repositioning them for rest, offering opportunities to clean their teeth or dentures).·      Encouraging patients to drink plenty of fluid, offer refreshing drinks frequently, where necessary. Elimination: The Health Care Assistant will: ·      Assist patients to toilet.·      Supervise patients in toilets and bathrooms when necessary.·      Place patients on bedpans or commodes or assist nurses in doing this.·      Attend to patients’ post elimination hygiene needs.·      Measure volume of urinary output, as directed by nursing staff.·      Empty urine drainage bags, as directed by the nursing staff.·      Dispose of used sputum containers.·      Attend to patient’s soiled personal laundry.·      Adhere to the universal precautions identified in the infection control policy document.  Dressing and Personal Hygiene:The Health Care Assistant will contribute to patients’ comfort and maintenance of personal dignity by assisting them with personal hygiene. This may include: ·      Bed bathing patients.·      Assisting patients in shower or bath.·      Helping with or performing mouth care, as directed by the nurse.·      Shaving patient when necessary.·      Caring for patients’ hair and nails as required.·      Helping patients to dress and groom in accordance with their wishes.·      Ensure the patient’s personal hygiene needs are met. Controlling body temperature:The Health Care Assistant will contribute to this function in the following ways: ·      By taking appropriate measures as instructed by the nursing staff to ensure maintenance of body temperature. Mobilising:The Health Care Assistant will help patients to maintain or regain their independence by assisting the patient to mobilise in the following ways:  ·      Assist patients with walking/mobilising as directed by nursing staff.·      Position patients comfortably and in a manner that enables movement while sitting in a chair.·      Assist with turning and positioning patients in bed.·      Provide patients with aids that enhance opportunities for mobility in consultation with the nursing staff.·      Participate in moving and handling patients as directed and according to Manual Handling Guidelines.·      Report all falls/ near miss falls to the nursing staff. Care of Dying Patient:The Health Care Assistant’s role will include the following: ·      Establishing a quiet, comfortable and dignified environment for the ill/dying patient and their family members.·      Listening with respect and empathy to relatives.·      Providing comforting and refreshing drinks or snacks for relatives as required.·      Assisting the nurse with the Last Office and care of the body after death.·      Organisation of the deceased’s belongings for their return to the family. Contribute as part of the Ward Team:The Health Care Assistant as a key member of the ward team may be requested to undertake other activities which help in the smooth running of the ward/department. These may include: ·      Delivering specimens as directed.·      Checking ward stocks and listing those that need recording, i.e. pads and nappies.·      Maintaining orderly storage of supplies.·      Storing patient’s belongings in an appropriate manner in accordance with hospital policy.·      Preparing special drinks / snacks for patients.·      Report to the nursing staff, any requests from patients or relatives.·      Report to the nursing staff, any complaints of pain, distress and/or other concerns expressed by patient/family.·      Undertake training and development of further skills as directed by the Director of Nursing / Designated Officer.·      The Ward Manager may request other appropriate tasks to be undertaken to meet ward and other patient care needs.

7 days ago

Global Experiences Ambassador - Work From Home

Airbnb
Nationwide
Contract

Overview Founded in August of 2008 and based in San Francisco, California, Airbnb is a trusted community marketplace for people to list, discover, and book unique travel experiences around the world. Whether an apartment for a night, a castle for a week, or a villa for a month, Airbnb allows people to Belong Anywhere through unique travel experiences at any price point, in more than 65,000 cities and over 191 countries. We promote a culture of curiosity, humanity, and creativity through our product, brand, and, most importantly, our community. Experiences on Airbnb are excursions or other activities designed and led by local hosts who give guests unique access into places and communities in their city. Guests can already book a wide variety of Experiences globally, such as making pizza with a local chef in New York and taking sketching lessons with a passionate artist in Paris. We’re looking for amazing Ambassadors for Experiences that can help attract a large number of entrepreneurs for the categories Arts/Culture, Food/Drink, Entertainment/Nightlife, Nature/Outdoors, Sports/Wellness. You will be working as an independent freelancer, and earn a fixed fee for every Experience listing you generate and for one that obtains a booking on the platform . As an Airbnb Experiences Ambassador, you will find new Experience hosts for the platform. You must be living in the city you want to become an Ambassador for, and have your finger on the pulse of your city. We’re looking Freelance Airbnb Experience Ambassadors who are: – Knowledgeable: You know about Airbnb and Experiences, and can explain how awesome it is to others! – Self-Starters: Able to create a plan of action and execute it – Community networkers: You know the right people and can connect them to the Airbnb Experiences platform – Promoters: Skilled at talking to others and spreading the word about great products like the Airbnb Experiences platform – Great communicators: Able to communicate quickly, effectively and accurately to various audiences – Fast learners: Comfortable with a fast-paced environment. Startup experience a plus – Independent: Ability to flourish with minimal guidance and be proactive Please note: If you are an Experience host, you are not eligible to be an ambassador. This is a remote job with freelance contract. You don’t have to go and work from an office but you must be based in one of the cities where the position is open. You may be able to change the city at the end of the first contract.

8 days ago
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