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Kitchen Porter / Catering Assistant

Rathsallagh HouseDunlavin Upper, Dunlavin, PermanentFull Or Part-time

Rathsallagh House, is looking for Kitchen assistants and or Kitchen porters. The Restaurant at Rathsallagh is open in the evenings to the public on average 25 to 35 days a year. We also open to the public for Sunday Lunch on average twice a month. These openings are strictly by reservation only and numbers are restricted. The idea being that we want a stress free and relaxed kitchen with no unpleasant surprises. Hours are Mainly Thursdays to Sundays inclusive. The job involves washing of cutlery, delph, glasses etc., also washing of pots ,pans and cleaning of the floor, equipment etc in the kitchen. Hours mainly Thursday, Friday,. Saturday, Sunday. Day and evening shifts are available and are flexible  So if you would like to be To be part of an Award Winning team please do contact us now

7 hours ago

Cork County Council

Cork County CouncilCorkFull-time

Cork County Council have a number of vacancies listed on their website; Plant Stores Superintendent - Closing date is 4pm on Monday, 18th November, 2019 Assistant Architect - Closing date is 4pm on Monday, 18th November, 2019 Executive Architect - Closing date is 4pm on Monday, 18th November, 2019 Assistant Civil Defence Officer - Closing date is 4.00 pm on Monday 2nd December 2019 More details can be found on their website by hitting the Apply button below. Best of Luck

9 hours ago

Administrative Officer Panels

Clare County CouncilClareFull-time

Administrative Officer Panels 2019 (Open & Common Recruitment Pool Competition) Submission deadline: Thursday November 28, 2019 A panel will be formed from which future temporary or permanent appointments may be made if required and subject to sanction approval from the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government.     CLARE COUNTY COUNCIL APPLICATION FORM MUST BE FILLED OUT FOR POST OF: ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER (Grade VII) (Open & Common Recruitment Pool Competition)   (Open & Common Recruitment Pool Competition) Closing Date : 4:00 p.m. Thursday 28 th November, 2019. Completed Application Form (4 copies) should be returned to : The Recruitment Officer Human Resources Department Clare County Council Áras Chontae an Chláir New Road Ennis Co. Clare. CLARE COUNTY COUNCIL GENERAL INFORMATION Clare County Council/ Comhairle Contae an Chláir is the authority responsible for Local Government in County Clare. The corporate headquarters are located at Áras Contae an Chláir, New Road, Ennis and there are four Municipal Districts (Ennis, Shannon, Killaloe and West Clare) which are supported through area offices in Ennis, Scarriff, Shannon, Ennistymon and Kilrush. There are 28 elected members with approximately 940 staff and an annual operating budget of €117.6 million in 2019. Clare County Council provides a diverse range of services across a large geographic area. Key services areas include planning, Local Enterprise Office, community development, transportation, motor tax, water, environment, emergency services along with housing, libraries and sports & amenities. These operations are supported by internal services which include ICT, corporate, finance and human resource functions. There is a diverse demographic across urban and rural communities with tourism bringing seasonal changes in population and activity in the county. The Shannon estuary, Shannon Airport, industrial zones and geographic location between larger urban areas, coupled with the unique landscape and heritage add to the diversity of activity in the County. Local democracy is strengthened through the Municipal Districts and changes in legislation and regulation have placed greater emphasis on the role of the Local Authority in driving economic activity, ensuring accountability, accessibility and innovation while placing the customer and the community to the fore of service delivery. THE COMPETITION Clare County Council is currently inviting applications from suitably qualified persons for the above competition. Clare County Council will, following the interview process, form 2 panels for the post of Administrative Officer (Grade VII) from which future relevant vacancies may be filled subject to sanction approval from the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government. These panels will exist for 12 months and may be extended for a further period of 12 months. Suitably qualified persons are invited to apply for the following panel(s) : - Panel A (Common Recruitment Pool Competition) - Panel B (Open Competition) Panel A (Common Recruitment Pool Competition) will comprise of successful applicants from within the Common Recruitment Pool only, i.e. candidates serving in a local authority, health board, vocational education committee in the State, institute of technology, the General Medical Services (Payments) Board, St. James's Hospital Board, Beaumont Hospital Board, An Bord Altranais, the Local Government Computer Services Board, the Border, Midland and Western Regional Assembly or the Southern and Eastern Regional Assembly and have satisfactory experience at a level not lower than that of Assistant Staff Officer. Panel B (Open Competition) will comprise of all successful applicants in order of merit and may include internal and external applicants. JOB DESCRIPTION The Administrative Officer is a middle management supervisory position within the local authority and the most senior grade within a five tier administrative structure. An Administrative Officer will generally work under the direction and management of a Senior Executive Officer or analogous grade and may from time to time be required to deputise for senior staff. The Administrative Officer may have responsibility for a number of staffing grades and this may include a mixture of administration, technical and outdoor grades. An Administrative Officer is responsible for the efficient management, direction and deployment of resources for the department or function to which they are assigned and will generally work as part of a multi-disciplinary team within one of the Local Authority Directorates to deliver a range of both front line and internal services. Front line services include social housing; transportation infrastructure; environmental protection; water, wastewater, recreation, amenity and cultural services such as the arts and public library service. Local Authorities also play a key role in supporting economic development and enterprise promotion at local level. An Administrative Officer is responsible for day to day operations and management of one or more sections or units within the local authority and is the primary point of contact and liaison with other sections in relation to service delivery for their area of responsibility. An Administrative Officer is also expected to contribute to the development and implementation of policies and strategies within the local authority and work closely with senior management, elected representatives, external agencies and relevant stakeholders to deliver services to the highest standard. The ideal candidate must therefore be a highly motivated person, with a strong sense of commitment to delivering quality public services and willing to take on a challenge. Essential Requirements for the Post The ideal candidate must be able to demonstrate that they have sufficient experience and a proven track record in the following:  Managing people (performance and development management), including all aspects of line management responsibility, including Health & Safety, PMDS and Council Policies  Financial management and budget preparation  Communicating effectively across different levels within an organisation  Problem solving  Decision making  Project management  Stakeholder networking and engagement  Administration and report writing  Dealing effectively with conflicting demands  Working under pressure to tight deadlines  Identifying and promoting a change management structure  Acting on own initiative  Maintaining confidentiality  Operation of ICT systems and standard office software packages  Health & Safety Management Competencies for the Post Key Competencies for the post include the following and candidates will be expected to demonstrate sufficient evidence within their application form of competence under each of these. Please take particular note of these when completing the application form as any short-listing and/or interview processes will be based primarily on the information provided by candidates: Management & Change:  Ability to think and act strategically to ensure functional responsibility is properly aligned with corporate policies and strategies  Clear understanding of political reality and context of the local authority  Embeds good governance practices into day to day activities, practices and processes  Develops and maintains positive and productive professional relationships both internally and externally to the local authority  Effectively manages change, foster a culture of creativity in employees and overcomes resistance to change Delivering Results:  Acts decisively and makes timely, informed and effective decisions  Pinpoints critical information and address issues logically  Develops operational and team plans having regard to corporate priorities, operational objectives and available resources  Establishes high quality service and customer care standards  Allocates resources effectively to deliver on operational plans  Identifies and achieves efficiencies  Ensures compliance with legislation, regulation and procedures Performance through People:  Effectively manages performance of individuals and teams to achieve operational plan targets and objectives  Leads by example to motivate staff in the delivery of high quality outcomes and customer service  Develops staff potential  Manages underperformance or conflict  Understands effective communications at all levels within the organisation  Actively listen to others  Demonstrates high level of verbal and written communication skills  Ability to foster and maintain productive working relationships within the organisation and with relevant stakeholders externally. Personal Effectiveness:  Initiative and creativity  Enthusiasm and positivity about the role  Resilience and Personal Well-Being  Personal Motivation  Understands the importance of corporate governance  Commitment to integrity & good public service values  Understanding the structures and environment within which the local authority sector operates and the role of an Administrative Officer in this context  Political awareness CLICK ON APPLY BUTTON TO GO TO THE COUNTY COUNCIL SITE TO READ MORE AND GET APPLICATIONS FORMS ETC.,

10 hours ago

Storeperson - Leixlip Drinking Water Treatment Plant

Fingal County CouncilKildare€597 - €629.24 per weekPermanentFull-time

Comhairle Contae Fhine Gall FINGAL COUNTY COUNCIL Water Services Department Storeperson Leixlip Water Treatment Plant Leixlip Drinking Water Treatment Plant –Storekeeper/General Operative 1. CHARACTER Each candidate must be of good character. 2. HEALTH Each Candidate must be in a state of health such as would indicate the ability to render regular and efficient service. Furthermore, each candidate must have and maintain a level of physical and medical fitness sufficient to undertake regular training in Confined Spaces (High Risk) plus Rescue. Successful applicants will be required to submit to a medical examination by a qualified medical practitioner nominated by Fingal County Council before any offer of employment will be made. 3. EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, ETC. Each Candidate, at the time of application, must: (a) Have attained such standard of education as will enable him/her to perform satisfactorily the duties of the post. (b) Hold a full category B driving licence free of endorsements and penalty points. (c) Have good writing skills and be able to write comprehensive (but nonetheless concise) reports and e-mails describing technical equipment and specifications and communicating with trade suppliers and manufacturers. (d) Have a basic understanding of mathematics and be able to perform basic arithmetical calculations. (e) Have a basic understanding of weights, volumes and measures and be able to perform calculations and conversions with the use of an electronic calculator. (f) Have good IT skills and a proven record in the use of Word, Excel, e-mail and internet and IT systems generally. (g) Be highly organised in the keeping of files and records, stocks, spare-parts etc. (h) Have good interpersonal and communication skills (i) Have an appreciation of the rules governing purchasing and procurement. (j) Have a satisfactory appreciation of Health & Safety and in particular in relation to working with or near electrical and mechanical equipment and working with chemicals. Desirable, but not essential qualifications include: (k) Hold a current Safe Pass Card (l) Hold a ticket for and have experience in driving a fork-lift. Comhairle Contae Fhine Gall 4. DUTIES The duties and responsibilities of the post combine those of Storekeeper with General Operative and include, but are not limited to, the following:- (a) To report directly to the Plant Supervisor or to any other member of the management team as directed by the Plant Manager. (b) Maintain the on-site stores in a tidy and organised manner (c) Ensure that a ready supply of regularly used and essential spare parts is available onsite at all times. (d) Operate the Council’s electronic stock control and inventory system and keep it up-todate. (e) Place orders with suppliers for the purchase or hire of goods, materials, chemicals, plant & tools in accordance with purchasing & procurement rules. (f) Use Fingal County Council’s or Irish Water’s Purchasing Systems as may be directed from time-to-time (e.g. Agresso, Oracle, Maximo) (g) Accept personal responsibility for operating the LVP Card in a proper manner and in accordance with FCCs purchasing rules. (h) Take delivery and record receipt of all goods inwards and store in correct location. (i) Collect items from suppliers’ premises where necessary. (j) File all delivery dockets and purchase receipts in an organised manner. (k) Take part in regular financial audits and prepare detailed reports as may be required by plant management, Irish Water, or any local government auditor. (l) Liaise regularly with the plant’s Clerical Officer. (m) Use of fork-lift and other loading machinery. (n) Record the issuing of stock to staff. (o) Operate a signing-out/sign-in system when issuing plant, tools, machinery or vehicles for use by staff. Inspect same upon return. Report any defects or misuse to the Plant Supervisor. (p) Manage the local fleet of shared vehicles. E.g. sign-in/sign-out, regularly inspect, refill with fuel, oil, water, air etc. Keep vehicles clean and tidy. Send vehicles for servicing at scheduled intervals. Manage Fuel Card(s). (q) Undertake any such other duties as may be directed by the Plant Manager for the proper control and management of goods, plant & machinery, tools, vehicles etc. in keeping with the functions of storekeeper (r) Provide attendance upon bulk chemical deliveries. (s) Take part in the changeover of chlorine drums/chlorine gas handling at the plant. (t) Take part as a team member in work activities that require Confined Space (High Risk) and Rescue training. (u) Provide assistance to maintenance personnel in maintenance activities, e.g. operating forklift, delivering equipment and parts to required site location, lifting, assisting with spills etc. (v) Removal of unwanted materials and goods from site. (w) To fully participate in the formal out-of-hours on-call roster operated by Fingal County Council. (x) Any such duties of a General Operative nature as may be directed from time-to-time by the Plant Supervisor or member of the plant management team. (y) To attend any such training as may be required from time-to-time by Fingal County Council or by Irish Water. (z) To engage with and utilise all electronic technologies, whether existing or new, in the performance of duties at the Treatment Plant. 5. PARTICULARS OF EMPLOYMENT The post is whole-time, permanent and pensionable. Persons who become pensionable employees of a Local Authority who are liable to pay the Class A rate of PRSI contribution will be required in respect of their superannuation to contribute to the Local Authority at the rate of 1.5% of their pensionable remuneration plus 3.5% of net pensionable remuneration (i.e. pensionable remuneration less twice the annual rate of social insurance old age contributory pension payable at the maximum rate to a person with no adult dependent or qualified children). Persons who become pensionable employees 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. All persons who become pensionable employees of a Local Authority will be required in respect of the Local Government (Spouses and Children’s Contributory Pension) Scheme to contribute to the Local Authority at the rate of 1.5% of their pensionable remuneration in accordance with the terms of the Scheme. 6. PROBATION Where persons who are not already employees of a Local Authority are employed, the following provisions shall apply: (a) there shall be a period after such employment take effect during which such persons shall hold such employment on probation, (b) such period shall be one year but the Chief Executive may at his or her discretion extend such period, (c) such persons shall cease to hold employment at the end of the period of probation unless during such period the Manager has certified that the service of such persons is satisfactory. 7. WAGES & ALLOWANCES. The working week is currently 39 hours. WAGES: The wages scale for Storekeeper/General Operative at Leixlip Drinking Water Treatment Plant, is as follows:- Point on scale Weekly Basic Wage 1 €597.00 2 €604.60 3 €608.78 4 €613.35 5 €617.96 6 €623.19 7 €629.24 PAID ALLOWANCES: Wages Allowance: €28.25 per week Meal Allowance: €9.55 per week Travel Allowance: 2.5 hours per week @ double-time On-Call Allowance: €80.73 per rostered week 8. RETIREMENT AGE The retirement Age is 70. 9. RECRUITMENT A local authority may decide, by reason of the number of persons seeking admission to a competition, to carry out a shortlisting procedure. The number of persons to be invited, in these circumstances, to interview shall be determined by the local authority from time to time, having regard to the likely number of vacancies to be filled. Selection will be by means of an interview conducted by or on behalf of the local authority. Candidates will be required to pay any expenses incurred by them in attending the interview. Panels may be formed on the basis of such interviews. Candidates whose names are on a panel and who satisfy the local authority that they possess the qualification declared for the post and that they are otherwise suitable for employment may, within the life of the panel, be employed as appropriate vacancies arise. The local authority shall require a person to whom employment is offered to take up such employment within a period of not more than 6 weeks and if he or she fails to take up the employment within such period or such longer period as the local authority in its absolute discretion may determine, the local authority shall not employ the person.

10 hours ago

Night Watchperson - Fingal County Council

Fingal County CouncilDublinFull-time

FINGAL COUNTY COUNCIL __________________________________________   COMHAIRLE CONTAE FHINE GALL     Post of Night Watchperson - To assist in the provision of security at Council premises/property    QUALIFICATIONS & PARTICULARS     1.              CHARACTER   Each candidate must be of good character.     2.              HEALTH   Candidates shall be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service. For the purpose of satisfying the requirement as to health it will be necessary for successful candidate, before they are employed, to undergo a medical examination by a qualified medical practitioner to be recommended by the Local Authority.     3.              EDUCATION, TRAINING, EXPERIENCE, ETC.   Candidates shall:   (a)            Each candidate must have attained a standard of education not less than secondary school pass junior certificate or equivalent, (b)           Have experience in or have worked in the security business (c)            Hold a current safe pass card. (d)           Full clean driving license     4.              WAGES €449.47 - €517.89   5.              DUTIES   Overall purpose: To assist in the provision of security at Council premises/property (1)           Patrolling premises/property at regular intervals, (2)           Alerting Gardaí and management of incidents of intrusion, (3)           Furnishing written reports in relation to unusual occurrences, (4)           Operating security alarms/equipment, (5)           Assuming personal responsibility for own safety at work, (6)           Working collaboratively with other staff, (7)           Dealing effectively and courteously with customers.   These duties are indicative rather than exhaustive. Persons employed will be required to work in any location in the Fingal Administrative area. Shift work is a feature of this post. 6. HOURS OF WORK Successful candidates will be required to work nights.   The shift is decided on a rota basis by local Management. The person selected will also be required to work on Public Holidays, for which payment at the appropriate rate will be made. Management operate a three week rota, and you will be required to work as follows: Week 1 – 2 x 15.5 hour shifts + 1 x 4 hour shift (weekend) Week 2 – 2 x 15.5 hour shift + 1 x 4 hour shift (weekend) Week 3 – 3 x 15.5 hour shift   7. PROBATION Where persons who are not already employees of a Local Authority are employed, the following provisions shall apply:   (a)   there shall be a period after such employment takes effect during which such persons shall hold such employment on probation, (b)  such period shall be one year but the Chief Executive may at his or her discretion extend such a period, (c)   such persons shall cease to hold employment at the end of the period of probation unless during such period the Chief Executive has certified that the service of such persons is satisfactory.     8. RETIREMENT AGE   Retirement Age is 70.   9. RECRUITMENT   A local authority may decide, by reason of the number of persons seeking admission to a competition, to carry out a shortlisting procedure. The number of persons to be invited, in these circumstances, to interview shall be determined by the local authority from time to time, having regard to the likely number of vacancies to be filled.   Selection will be by means of an interview conducted by or on behalf of the local authority. Candidates will be required to pay any expenses incurred by them in attending the interview.   Panels may be formed on the basis of such interviews. Candidates whose names are on a panel and who satisfy the local authority that they possess the qualification declared for the post and that they are otherwise suitable for employment may, within the life of the panel, be employed as appropriate vacancies arise.   The local authority shall require a person to whom employment is offered to take up such employment within a period of not more than 6 weeks and if he or she fails to take up the employment within such period or such longer period as the local authority in its absolute discretion may determine, the local authority shall not employ the person.

11 hours ago

Service Engineer- Cork

ASSA ABLOY Opening SolutionsCork

ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems are looking for a Service Engineer- Cork within the Pedestrian Doors Solutions division Day to day duties include visiting customer sites carrying out planned and preventative maintenance and other service activities on our complete range and third party products. Individuals will be able to follow logical and systematic steps to diagnose existing and potential faults. You will recommend improvements to our customers and provide quotations on prospective work such as preventative care i.e. replacement of wear and tear parts to avoid breakdowns between service visits, upgrade's to improve functionality and the benefits of a 24/7 service agreement with the Company. Ideally you will have experience within the service industry and will be able to meet weekly/monthly KPI's set. Although full training is provided the ideal candidate will have the following: You will have excellent organisation and communication skills to ensure the best service is delivered to our customers as well as the willingness to go the extra mile for our customers, which includes flexibility regarding working hours, call outs and weekend work. Contact and application: Please note we will only accept applications submitted via the company website or through the LinkedIn application, however for more information on this vacancy please contact kirsty.rule@assaabloy.com. "Let's open the doors to the future - together! Working for ASSA ABLOY means that you will be part of a dynamic environment, developing innovative solutions to improve our customers' lives. As the global leader in door opening solutions we are using the latest technologies to open doors to events, hospitals, education, homes, hotels, airports and businesses. Joining ASSA ABLOY means being part of a fast-moving company with many opportunities. Would you like to join us in opening doors of the future?" Cork Ireland

11 hours ago

Senior Manager

Bank of IrelandDublin

Description of business unit Model Risk Management Function is responsible for setting and overseeing the standards and risk measurement techniques relating to process such as IRB capital calculation, IFRS 9 impairment calculation and credit decision models across the Group. The Function also set the standards and policies for managing model risk across the Group and maintains the Groups inventory of models. The independent model validation team is also part of the function. Externally, Model Risk Management interacts with Regulators, industry bodies, banks and consulting firms to ensure both adherence to the European regulatory requirements, and to remain at the forefront of industry best-practice in risk measurement techniques. Purpose of the Role The Senior Manager is responsible for: Bank of Ireland Group is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to fostering an inclusive workplace which values and benefits from the diversity of our workforce. Where Agency assistance is required Bank of Ireland Recruitment Team will engage directly with suppliers. Unsolicited CVs / profiles will not be accepted for this role.

12 hours ago

Junior Recruiter

viagogoLimerick€25,000 a year

Overview of Role The viagogo group – the world's largest source of live event tickets – is growing quickly and is looking to hire ambitious and talented people to join our global operations team. This is an exciting opportunity to join a fast-paced energetic company which is the main global hub for Customer Service worldwide. The viagogo group is a global business with local language websites in over 150 countries. You will be joining a technology company which constantly looks at process improvement and to build, shape and deliver excellent customer service through constantly reinventing and innovating the service that we provide. You will get the chance to work in a multi-national environment with colleagues from over 20 countries. The Junior Recruiter role offers a unique opportunity to gain and expand your experience as a recruiter. The Recruitment department is a highly versatile working environment, where responsibilities and tasks can change and evolve on a daily basis. You will be responsible for an end-to-end recruitment process, for which excellent communication skills, attention to detail and confidentiality is vital. You will also take part in the upcoming projects within the department. What we offer: Here at viagogo, we are proud of our multicultural and vibrant culture, innovative offices, and newest technologies used. You can be a part of this exciting environment and show your talents. Once part of the team, you will have access to our wide benefits package:

12 hours ago

Administrative Assistant/trainee

Lowes Legal Costs AccountantDublinFull-timePermanent

An opportunity for an Administration position eventually leading into a Trainee Legal Costs Accountant position within a growing Legal Costs Accountants firm located in Dublin city centre. No specific academic qualification is required however the candidate should be educated to degree level or equivalent. All training will be on the job with the traineeship completed after circa 4 years although it is pertinent that the candidate keep up to date with all relevant developments in costs for the duration of their career. This is a permanent, full time position with salary depending on experience. Key duties and responsibilities: If you wish to apply for this role please email a CV and cover letter to: stephen@lowes.ie

12 hours ago

Real Estate Senior Associate

McCann FitzGeraldDublin

McCann FitzGerald is one of Ireland’s premier law firms employing over 600 people. They provide the highest quality legal advice and representation to Irish and overseas clients. McCann FitzGerald's clients are principally in the corporate, financial and business sectors and they also advise government entities and many state bodies, pension funds, and educational institutions. McCann FitzGerald is recruiting for an Associate to join their pre-eminent Real Estate Group. The Group, which is renowned nationally and internationally, advises across the complete spectrum of property-related matters. They are particularly known for acting on the most significant, complex, high value deals and work collaboratively with specialists across the firm to ensure all of their clients’ requirements are met to the highest of standards. McCann FitzGerald can offer you a high performance culture of team work and mutual support, and a broad diversity of work and clients. They boast one of the largest real estate teams in the state, with a dedicated senior professional support lawyer, resources at legal executive level and a huge emphasis on professional development and training for all of their lawyers to ensure you have the best possible professional experience. Key responsibilities You will be part of a team working on innovative deals at the leading edge of Real Estate practice. You will have an opportunity to work on the full range of practice areas, including: Applications Applications are made through email and should be accompanied by full curriculum vitae to: sinead.osullivan@mccannfitzgerald.com. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion for more information, please contact Sinead O’Sullivan on +353 1 511 1552.

12 hours ago
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