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Editor tipperarylive.ie / The Nationalist / Tipperary Star Attractive salary package Tipperary This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Editor to join Iconic Media Group’s top regional news franchise - tipperarylive.ie / The Nationalist / Tipperary Star. About us Iconic Media Group, Ireland’s biggest local digital and newspaper publisher, is rapidly developing its product portfolio and now publishes 20 weekly newspapers and 25 local news websites with a vast presence across the country. Every week, our newspapers reach over 400,000 readers and our websites are accessed by a further 3 million unique users. The role You’ll play a leading role in the newsroom, working with a talented team of journalists to provide breaking news online at tipperarylive.ie and in the weekly newspapers. You will be responsible for continuing the high standard of coverage, and for representing the newspaper in the local community, maintaining its leading position while implementing the strategies that will continue to strengthen the titles. You’ll play a key role in our vibrant local community which has a passion for sport, arts, business, rural life and heritage. Furthermore, you’ll also be joining the group-wide editorial management team dedicated to meeting the evolving needs of communities throughout Ireland. About you The ideal candidate would be a journalist with an impeccable reputation, ambitious and driven to succeed. In the Editor’s role, you’ll set the tone and inspire over ten sports and news journalists, freelance contributors and photographers, and a number of town correspondents as they cover the length and breadth of the Premier County and its people. To succeed in this role, you will need a strong track record in journalism at a senior level , excellent news sense, a flair for writing, and an eye for detail. Exceptional credibility is a must, likewise a solid contacts book. You should also be proficient in maintaining high editorial standards in the design of the newspaper and the content on its websites. A strong social media presence, and an ability to work in the varied media environment which ranges from online to print, would be key strengths. Please send your CV and any samples of your work to Brian Keyes, Editorial Director at Iconic Media Group via this advert.
OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR We are expanding our workforce in our Clonmel Office and are seeking to recruit an office administrator on a full-time basis for an immediate start. The ideal candidate should have at least 2 years of experience working in an office environment and will require the following attributes: - ·Strong focus on accuracy and attention to detail ·Experience of Microsoft Office, focusing on Word, Excel and Teams ·Excellent communication skills ·Willingness to learn and develop new skills ·Excellent planning and organisation skills ·Be a team player as well as willing to work on own initiative. Previous experience in accounts or legal practice would be beneficial. Full training will be provided. Please send your CV along with a cover letter to apply for the position.
Come work with us Circle K, Cashel, Co. Tipperary is now hiring for a full time Shop Supervisor The Successful Candidate will: Click Apply Now to visit our careers page to apply today!
Sales Assistant: Full-Time Job available in Clonmel There is a Full-Time position available for a Sales Assistant in a Clonmel Retail Store which is based in the town centre. The position is for 5 days each week (40 hours) As a Retail Assistant, the main things that you need to succeed in our business: Previous experience is not essential; we just need you to have some enthusiasm and a good attitude. Training will be provided. Our opening days are Monday to Saturdays. We also open on Sundays for the Christmas period only. Please apply with a CV and a cover letter if interested.
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Security Role: Location: Client Site - Clonmel Reporting to : Security Manager Overall Purpose of the Job To provide security services and administration work on client sites as required in line with client and company procedures, ensuring that all relevant legislation is adhered to at all times. Main Duties and Responsibilities: PSA Licence will be provided if you don’t have one already! This job description forms the basic requirements of your employment. This is not an exhaustive list and there may be occasions when you are required to perform duties outside the scope of your job description. Click Apply Now to submit your CV & Cover Note today!
MST Executive (Nights)
About the role The key purpose of this role is ensuring stores are Stocktake ready and supplier is adhering to agreed framework from an operational and financial perspective, while ensuring ROI is aligned to Tesco UK and Group policy. You will be responsible for *Entry requirements and rules of the scheme apply
What Is The Opportunity? Working as part of a diverse team you will have the opportunity to work closely with our personal and business customers in the Branch floor, delivering a more personalised customer experience. This is an excellent position that will enable you to build your career with Bank of Ireland. In This Role, You Will:
Human Resource Management Opportunities
The Role HR Managers in the Civil Service may work in one of many Government Departments/Offices across a range of HR functions including HR Operations & Recruitment, HR Business Partnering, Learning & Development, Wellbeing & EDI, Organisation Design and Development including new ways of working, HR Policy and Employment & Industrial Relations. The successful candidates will play a role in strategically leading, transforming and modernising HR practices within their organisations. As set out at Appendix 1, HR Managers (Assistant Principal Officers) are senior civil servants and will typically report to the Head of HR (Principal Officer) within a Department / Organisation, and depending on the size of the department, may be one of a number of roles at this level with responsibility for different areas within the HR function. Successful candidates will be expected to demonstrate strategic leadership qualities and well developed management and organisational skills, with the ability to manage and develop teams and people. They will also be expected to be strong relationship builders with colleagues, business area leaders and stakeholders alike across their own and other organisations, and have the ability to apply judgement and flexibility in a challenging and dynamic environment. Overview of the key duties and responsibilities of a Civil Service HR Manager These are wide-ranging roles within the Civil Service and may include responsibility for the following: • Leading the development and implementation of HR Strategy to support business objectives; • Managing, developing and building the capability of a HR team/Unit; • Promoting HR as a trusted strategic business partner and centre of expertise; • Providing expert, best-practice support and advice on all HR-related matters to employees, managers and senior leaders; • Embedding an organisational culture that supports high performance and which contributes to overall organisational effectiveness; • Demonstrating and embedding Civil Service values within the workplace; • Building strategic workforce planning capacity; • Embedding new models of working to support a modern, progressive and agile Civil Service; • Leading on the development of effective strategies in recruitment, retention, performance management and talent management; • Leading on the development of effective strategies and initiatives in equality, diversity and inclusion that support an inclusive organisational culture; • Leading on the development of organisation learning strategies and programmes; • Developing organisational capability in effective people management practices. • Driving continuous improvement and quality assurance across HR services; • Managing the employee and industrial relations environment and representing your Department/Office at third party fora as appropriate; • Ensuring compliance with legislation and statutory requirements; • Managing and advising on the implementation of workplace policies and procedures; • Promoting and developing HR analytics capability, utilising data and developing key metrics to support key business decisions by senior management; • Collaborating with HR colleagues and other organisations to develop policy and good practicein the management of human resources across a range of areas; • Establishing and managing the relationship and service level agreement with shared service providers; • Participating in cross Departmental working groups/fora as appropriate. Vacancies Candidates who are successful in this competition will be placed on a panel, in an order of merit. Vacancies which may arise for HR management roles will be filled from the panel. Candidates will be assigned to vacant HR roles on the basis of order of merit and giving consideration to skills, experience and, where possible, role preferences identified through the application process. It is envisaged that roles will be filled across the following HR functions: • HR Operations / Recruitment • HR Business Partnering • Learning & Development • Wellbeing & Equality, Diversity and Inclusion • Organisation Design and Development, including new ways of working • HR Policy • Employment & Industrial Relations Essential Candidates must have: 1. On or before 20th June 2023 a qualification at minimum Level 8 on the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ) in Human Resource Management or a related field; 2. A minimum of 3 years’ experience working in a HR role with a proven track record of successfully managing and delivering across a range of projects or programmes; 3. Experience in the design and delivery of HR related policies and/or strategies; 4. Experience of leading/managing change within an organization and a demonstrated commitment to driving innovation; 5. A good understanding of corporate governance, corporate strategy and risk management; 6. Up-to-date knowledge of employment law and practices, including ED&I legislation and best practice; 7. A good knowledge of challenges across the employment and industrial relations landscape; 8. A proven ability to lead, manage and develop a team including the capacity to work effectively and collaboratively within teams and foster positive working relationships both internally and externally; 9. High levels of drive, resilience and motivation and the proven ability to deliver objectives including the ability to work under pressure and the capacity to work to tight deadlines; 10. Excellent communication, interpersonal and influencing skills, with the ability to confidently liaise and negotiate with senior personnel, legal and other stakeholders; 11. Strong ICT skills with an ability to analyse employee data and key trends to gather insights and inform decision-making. Pay (PPC) The salary scale for the position (rates effective from 1 March 2023) is as follows: €74,701 €77,452 €80,241 €83,040 €85,834 €87,445 €90,265 €93,095 per year