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Summer Camp Team Leaders

Designer MindsNationwide€14 - €19 per hour

This summer we will be running 2 types of camps. Art camps and STEAM camps. We are looking for enthusiastic individuals to join our teams of leaders nationwide. STEAM CAMP LEADERS Bring the wonders of Science, Design & Technology to primary kids by delivering fun, interactive summer camps with Designer Minds! This role involves travelling to various venues, using equipment such as LEGO, robots, and art and science materials, and guiding primary children through a range of fun activities from STEAM: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Maths. You will be provided with the lesson plans, training and equipment. ART CAMP LEADERS Bring the joy of art and design to primary kids by delivering hands-on, interactive camps with Designer Minds. This role involves travelling to various venues, bringing art, design and tech equipment and guiding children through a range of interactive art activities; painting, drawing, upcycling and sculpting as well as some digital art skills such as creative coding, animation and graphic design. You will be provided with the lesson plans, training and equipment. Travelling is essential  as Designer Minds events do not take place in a fixed location. This job involves travelling to a different venue each week for summer camps. Having your own car would be an advantage. Designer Minds leaders work in groups of 2-3. Most camps are scheduled from 9am-1pm, Monday to Friday, with afternoon camps on some weeks also, from 2-6pm. This is a fantastic experience for teachers, special needs assistants, early childhood experts and professionals with a background in the  STEAM  subjects or  ARTISTS  / ART TEACHERS. It is an opportunity to develop skills in a vibrant and forward-thinking educational environment. Pay rate is dependent on position and experience. A  travelling allowance  will also be provided. Required Education, Skills and Qualifications Above all, you must be enthusiastic about working with children, with an upbeat, kind and friendly manner. Salary and Benefits:  €14.00 - €19.00 per hour. Travelling allowance also provided. Closing date:  08/05/2024. Interviews will be conducted via MS Teams. Summer camps will run from 1st July to 23rd August. How to apply:  To apply, you must fill out the application form on the Designer Minds website - CLICK THE APPLY NOW BUTTON to be redirected there. On the website you will find the application form. NOTE: Applications can only be received through the online form. CVs alone cannot be accepted.

7 days agoPart-time

Age Testers

Customer Perceptions LtdNationwide

Are you aged 18-20? Interested in joining our Panel of Age Testers? Age Testers – Nationwide - No Experience Necessary. Our organisation works with businesses of all sizes to help them measure and improve performance with regard to ID checks and other operational and compliance standards. This is a part-time, flexible role that is ideal to fit in and around other work or studies. Jobs are allocated and paid on a per-audit basis. Our clients take the issue of sales very seriously and require help to ensure that ID-checking policies are adhered to. The research enables clients to address breaches and to provide updated training to their staff where required. Click Apply Now to submit your application today! Interested but don't have a current CV? Just upload a letter of introduction instead, listing your Name / Location and Email address and the team will get back to you!

20 days agoPart-time

Mystery Shoppers

Customer Perceptions LtdNationwide

Mystery Shoppers - Required Nationwide! Looking to earn an extra income? Would you like to earn cash while you shop? Customer Perceptions are recruiting Mystery Shoppers across Ireland. Flexible working hours are available to suit your needs. All you need is: ✅ Good observational skills ✅ The ability to recognise outstanding customer service ✅ A strong grasp of written and spoken English Click Apply Now to submit your application today! Don't have a current CV? No worries - Just click Apply Now and upload your letter of introduction through the cv section OR Click HERE to view the JobAlert.ie CV templates section and build your CV today! 🛑 IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE A RESPONSE WITHIN 4 WORKING DAYS OF SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION PLEASE DOUBLE-CHECK YOUR SPAM OR JUNK FOLDER 🛑

25 days agoPart-time

Checkout Operator

SuperValuClifden, Galway

Main purpose of the role: Ensure the Checkout Department operates efficiently and effectively at all times and provide our customers with excellent customer service. The ideal candidate will have/be: - 2 years` experience in a retail role is desirable • Ability to balance tills • Excellent communication skills • Ability to engage with and prioritise customer needs • Strong attention to detail, organised and flexible • Ability to use own initiative and work as part of a team in a fast-paced environment Main Duties: • Actively live SuperValu brand-values i.e. Genuine, Passion for Food, Vibrant, Committed, Innovative and Imaginative • Use a computerised till system that has a barcode scanner • Weigh and price products such as fruit and vegetables • Check customers` ages for restrictions on items such as alcohol • Pack customer`s purchases • Process store loyalty cards, coupons and vouchers • Take payments and make sure the till balances at the end of the day • Spend time away from the till, stocking shelves and checking stock • Merchandise and present the department to the highest standard at all times • Attend and engage in team meetings and implement any learnings

17 hours agoPart-time

Maintenance Person

SuperValuClaregalway, Galway

Main purpose of the role : Ensure all areas of the store are maintained to the highest standards. Health and safety awareness, good communication skills and the ability to work as a team are also very important to perform the role. The ideal candidate will have/be: • Previous maintenance experience • Experience using common work tools (e.g. hammer, drill) • Good communication skills • Ability to work in a team • Health and Safety awareness • Strong attention to detail, organised and flexible • Ability to use own initiative and work as part of a team in a fast-paced environment Main duties: • Actively live SuperValu brand-values i.e. Genuine, Passion for Food, Vibrant, Committed, Innovative and Imaginative • Perform and document routine inspection and maintenance activities • Carry out basic repairs and maintenance • Notify management of deficiencies or need for repair around the store • Perform cleaning activities such as dusting, cleaning floors, removal of rubbish etc. • Maintain outside area of store • Follow all Health and Safety regulations • Perform any other duties or assume any other responsibilities that may be assigned to you from time to time by management

3 days agoPart-time

Receptionist

Maldron HotelOranmore, County Galway

Objective of the Role Reporting to the Front Office Manager, the Receptionist is the first person that a guest meets on arrival to the Hotel, therefore it is of utmost importance that all staff present a friendly and professional image to our guests at all times. Key Duties and Responsibilities

4 days agoPart-timePermanent

Survey Interviewer

Central Statistics OfficeNationwide€333.98 - €542.10 per week

Survey interviewing work is carried out across the whole country. However, it is the policy of the CSO to assign interviewers to suitable geographical locations based on their home address. Therefore, the offer of an appointment to a position will depend on both the candidate’s geographical location and their position on the panel. Successful Survey Interviewers may be asked to work on a number of different surveys which may include but not limited to the Labour Force Survey (LFS), the Survey of Income and Living Conditions (SILC), and the Household Budget Survey (HBS). The CSO are also recruiting through this campaign for interviewers to work on the new baby cohort of Growing Up in Ireland – the national longitudinal study of children in Ireland which has been following the progress of c.20,000 children and their families since 2006. More information on CSO Household Surveys can be found on the CSO website: Requirements for the position • Education requirement: intermediate certificate/junior certificate or equivalent; • Hold a current full driving licence and have the full use of a car for the hours spent working on the survey: • Fluent English both written and spoken; • Proven experience of personal interaction with the public ideally through face to face and telephone interviewing, practical social work or related work; • Good IT software skills, e.g., Microsoft Office 365 and MS Teams; • Availability to work flexible hours. This flexibility extends to working variable hours during evenings, Saturdays and some daytime work when potential respondents are at home; • The ability to guarantee confidentiality at all times in relation to your role; • Good communication/articulation skills together with good persuasion and negotiating skills; Special Features The Interviewer position is a lone worker position. This means that the Interviewer works from their home and organises and completes their own work under the supervision of the Survey Coordinator in line with role requirements. Interviewers must be available to work flexible hours. Survey Interviewers are expected to work on average 25.15 hours per week. Depending on the survey involved, this flexibility will extend to working variable hours during evenings, Saturdays and some daytime work when potential respondents are available. Survey Interviewer Duties and Responsibilities: Preparation for interviewing/collection process This involves attending appropriate training sessions as directed by field management/CSO headquarters. Training may be conducted on-site or virtually. This training process involves studying any necessary documentation, learning how to use IT systems and processes as well as testing new questions/processes. A tablet computer and smartphone will be used to manage interviewer workload. Attendance at training is mandatory. Survey Interviewing/Collection Survey work requires interviewers to carry out data collection by means of electronic data capture, using a tablet or other data capturing device. Interviewers will be required to transfer data to CSO headquarters in the manner prescribed for each particular survey. Interviewers will be expected to meet minimum data collection targets and deadlines as outlined by field management. Interviewers are expected to meet high data quality standards in a timely manner. Liaison with Field Management/CSO Headquarters Interviewers are expected to be in regular contact with field management through telephone, email, virtual meetings (e.g., MS Teams) or in-person contact. Administration Interviewers will be expected to complete and submit relevant administrative documentation by specific deadlines using both electronic and paper methods. Data Protection Interviewers will ensure high levels of data governance and information security particularly regarding access to confidential data. Other duties Any other duties, which may be assigned from time to time, as appropriate to the position of Survey Interviewer. Being a Household Survey Interviewer in the CSO What surveys will I work on? You could be working on a range of different surveys and may be simultaneously working on up to 3 surveys at a time – so time management and multi-tasking skills are a must. Some of the main surveys conducted by CSO Household Survey Interviewers are the Labour Force Survey (LFS), the Survey of Income and Living Conditions (SILC), and the Household Budget Survey (HBS). The CSO are also recruiting through this campaign for interviewers to work on the new baby cohort of Growing Up in Ireland – the national longitudinal study of children in Ireland which has been following the progress of c.20,000 children and their families since 2006 From time-to-time the CSO conducts other surveys, as requested, and you may be asked to work on these as well. Information on CSO household surveys is available on the CSO website What will my working hours be? You will be contracted to work 25.15 hours per week. You will have flexibility in working these hours, but there is a requirement for evening and Saturday work – you are not required to work any Sundays. We have found that the best times to interview households tend to be between 4pm and 8pm, though this may vary depending on the area you are in. Households are willing to give up their free time to participate in our surveys and it is important that you are as flexible as possible to find a time that suits them to participate. Where will I be working? Your work assignments will be based on your home location and will branch out from there. You may need to travel further from home at times and the distance of the travel will depend on whether your location is urban or rural in nature. Flexibility in relation to travel is required at times to meet the demands of individual surveys. Your area of work may change from time to time. What will I be paid? Starting rate of pay effective 1st October 2023 is €333.98 per week. In addition to this, there is also the potential to earn an additional completion payment of up to 13% of gross pay depending on response rates achieved. Civil service mileage rates apply for any work-related travel in addition to other allowances which may be payable. What training will I receive? All household survey interviewers will receive comprehensive training on the role before starting work. This usually involves initial on-site training in the Cork Office over 5 days, with a further on-site and online training sessions depending on which surveys you will be working on. Quarterly, regional in-person training sessions are also organised, as well as ad-hoc training sessions from time to time. On-going training and support will be provided by your appointed Coordinator, who will be your first line of contact with the CSO and will manage your work on a day-to-day basis. What is expected of me? Minimum expected response rates will apply to each of the surveys on which you work, and you will be expected to achieve these rates. Household survey interviewers are the CSO representatives at doorsteps across the country and must at all times carry out their work in a professional and respectful manner. You will be expected to maintain regular contact and communication with your Coordinator. Key Competencies for Survey Interviewer Customer Service & Communication Skills • Actively listens to others and tries to understand their perspectives/requirements/needs. • Understands the steps or processes that customers must go through and can clearly explain these. • Is respectful, courteous and professional, remaining composed, even in challenging circumstances. • Can be firm when necessary and communicate with confidence and authority. • Communicates clearly and fluently when speaking and in writing. Delivery of Results • Takes responsibility for work and sees it through to the appropriate next level. • Completes work in a timely manner. • Adapts quickly to new ways of doing things. • Checks all work thoroughly to ensure it is completed to a high standard and learns from mistakes. • Demonstrates initiative and flexibility in ensuring work is delivered. • Is self-reliant and uses judgment on when to ask manager or colleagues for guidance. Information Management/Processing • Approaches and delivers all work in a thorough and organised manner. • Follows procedures and protocols, understanding their value and the rationale behind them. • Keeps high quality records that are easy for others to understand. • Is comfortable working with different types of information, e.g., written, numerical, charts, and carries out calculations such as arithmetic, percentages etc. Drive & Commitment to Public Service Values • Consistently strives to perform at a high level and deliver a quality service. • Serves the government and people of Ireland. • Is thorough and conscientious, even if work is routine. • Is enthusiastic and resilient in the face of challenging circumstances and setbacks. • Is personally honest and trustworthy. • At all times acts with integrity. • Understands own role in the team, making every effort to play their part. Eligibility to Compete and Certain Restrictions on Eligibility Citizenship Requirements Eligible candidates must be: (a) A citizen of the European Economic Area (EEA). The EEA consists of the Member States of the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway; or (b) A citizen of the United Kingdom (UK); or (c) A citizen of Switzerland pursuant to the agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the free movement of persons; or (d) A non-EEA citizen who has a stamp 4 visa1 ; or (e) A person awarded international protection under the International Protection Act 2015 or any family member entitled to remain in the State as a result of family reunification and has a stamp 4 visa; or (f) A non-EEA citizen who is a parent of a dependent child who is a citizen of, and resident in, an EEA member state or the UK or Switzerland and has a stamp 4 visa.] Please note that a 50 TEU visa, which is a replacement for Stamp 4EUFAM after Brexit, is acceptable as a Stamp 4 equivalent. To qualify candidates must meet one of the citizenship criteria above by the date of any job offer. Selection Process The Selection Process may include the following: • Shortlisting of candidates based on the information contained in their Application Form • A competitive interview • Any other tests or exercises that may be deemed appropriate. Applicants who are successful in this competition will be placed on a panel, in an order of merit. The offer of an appointment to a position will depend on both the candidate’s geographical location and their position on the panel. Permanent Panel: On completion of the selection process a panel of permanent Survey Interviewers will be formed in order of merit from which candidates may be called. The permanent panel will be maintained for no longer than 3 years. The offer of an appointment to a position will depend on both the candidate’s geographical location and their position on the panel. Temporary Panel A panel of temporary Survey Interviewers will be established. The panel will be maintained for no longer than 3years. The offer of an appointment to a position will depend on both the candidate’s geographical location and their position on the panel. Should similar vacancies, including temporary positions, arise elsewhere in the CSO candidates may be drawn from this competition. Shortlisting If the number applying for the position is such that it would not be practical to interview everyone, the CSO may decide that only a certain number will be called to interview. In this respect a short-listing board will examine the application forms and assess them against pre-determined criteria based on the requirements of the position. The board will select a group for interview who, based on an examination of the application forms, appear to be the most suitable for the position. This is not to suggest that other candidates are necessarily unsuitable or incapable of undertaking the job, rather that there are some candidates, who based on their application, appear to be better qualified and/or have more relevant experience. It is therefore in your own interest to provide a detailed and accurate account of your qualifications/experience in your application. Security Clearance You will be required to complete and return a Garda eVetting form should you come under consideration for appointment. This form will be forwarded to An Garda Síochána for security checks on all Irish and Northern Irish addresses at which you resided. If you have lived/worked in a country outside the Republic of Ireland for more than 6 months during the last 5 years, it is mandatory for you to furnish a Police Clearance Certificate from those countries stating that you have no convictions recorded against you while residing there. You will need to provide a separate Police Clearance Certificate for each country you have resided in. Clearance must be dated after the date you left the country. It is your responsibility to seek security clearances in a timely fashion as this can be a lengthy process. Please note you cannot be appointed without this information being provided and being in order. The CSO is an equal opportunity employer. Assignments will be made based on qualifications and the ability to carry out the responsibilities of the grade or post. Candidates' Obligations Candidates should note that canvassing will disqualify and will result in their exclusion from the process. Candidates must not: • knowingly or recklessly provide false information • canvass any person with or without inducements • Interfere with or compromise the process in any way. It is important to remember that this is a competitive process for a role where integrity is paramount. Sharing information on the selection process e.g., through social media or any other means, may result in you being disqualified from the competition. A third party must not personate a candidate at any stage of the process. Specific Candidate Criteria Candidates must: • Have the knowledge and ability to discharge the duties of the post concerned. • Be suitable on the grounds of character. • Be suitable on the grounds of health and physical fitness. • Be suitable in all other relevant respects for appointment to the post concerned. If successful, they will not be appointed to the post unless they: a) Agree to undertake the duties attached to the post and accept the conditions under which the duties are, or may be required to be, performed. b) Are fully competent and available to undertake, and fully capable of undertaking, the duties attached to the position. Principal Conditions of Service General The appointment is subject to the Civil Service Regulations Acts 1956 to 2005, the Public Service Management (Recruitmentand Appointments) Act 2004 and any other Act for the time being in force relating to the Civil Service. The appointment is to a permanent position for Permanent Survey Interviewers or to a temporary position for Temporary Survey Interviewers in the Civil Service on a probationary contract for a period of one year from the date of appointment for permanent interviewers and on a pro-rata fixed term contract basis for Temporary Survey Interviewers. Notwithstanding this paragraph and the paragraph immediately following below, this will not preclude an extension of the probationary period in appropriate circumstances. During the period of probation, the appointee’s performance will be subject to review by the relevant supervisor(s) to determine whether the appointee: i. has performed in a satisfactory manner ii. has been satisfactory in general conduct iii. is suitable from the point of view of health with particular regard to sick leave. Prior to completion of probation a decision will be made as to whether or not the appointee will be retained pursuant to Section 5A (2) of the Civil Service Regulations Acts 1956-2005. This decision will be based on the appointee’s performance being assessed against the criteria set out in (i) to (iii) above. The detail of the probationary process will be explained to the appointee by the CSO and the appointee will be given a copy of the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform guidelines on probation. Salary The weekly salary scale with effect from 01st of October 2023 this position is as follows: PPC (Personal Pension Contribution) Scale: €333.98, €352.95, €357.80, €371.83, €385.91, €400, €414.07, €428.15, €441.84, €455.54, €469.26, €485.28, €496.55, €517.77 (NMAX), €534.46 (LSI1), €542.10 (LSI2) The PPC pay rate applies when the individual is required to pay a Personal Pension Contribution (otherwise known as a main scheme contribution) in accordance with the rules of their main/personal superannuation scheme. This is different to a contribution in respect of membership of a Spouses’ and Children’s scheme, or the Additional Superannuation Contributions (ASC). A different rate will apply where the appointee is not required to make a Personal Pension Contribution. Long service increments may be payable after 3 (LSI1) and 6 (LSI2) years satisfactory service at the maximum of the scale.

6 days agoPart-timePermanent

Retained Fire Fighter

Galway County CouncilGalway€11,769 - €15,067 per year

The County Fire Service is organised on a part-time basis. Its purpose is to make reasonable provision for the prompt and efficient extinguishing of fires and for the protection and rescue of persons and property from injury by fire. Membership of the Fire Service is voluntary and members are free to resign from the Service giving adequate notice in accordance with the Organisation of Working Time Act, 1997 should they wish to do so. The conditions of service are as follows: - (1) Members must be of good character and the County Council may make whatever enquiries it considers necessary to satisfy this condition. (2) The retirement age is 55 and a retirement gratuity is payable. (3) A firefighter must be physically fit, and possess intelligence and initiative. Before he/she is accepted he/she will be required to pass a medical examination, including x-ray and other tests, at his/her own expense (this may subsequently be recouped on appointment). The Council will not be responsible for any expense involved in having any medical defects discovered at medical examination remedied. He/she will be required to undergo periodic medical examinations in service in accordance with paragraph (14). (4) (a) He/she will be required to be reasonably available for duty at all times, unless prior notification of absence is given to the officer in charge of the Station. Written evidence from the applicant’s employer as to availability must be provided and the Council in its sole discretion shall decide as to whether the evidence is acceptable. Self-employed must also provide written evidence, to cover the candidate’s availability for initial training, and on recruitment, for fire and other calls, drills, training and other duties which the firefighter may be required by the County Council to perform. (b) He/she will be required to attend fire brigade calls when called upon, and to carry out any other duties as ordered by an authorized officer of the Fire Service. (5) Persons appointed shall reside and work within a 1.5 mile radius or within a reasonable distance of their fire station to enable them to function effectively Persons appointed will be required to show documentary evidence of both their work address and the address of their permanent residence prior to being appointed (a letter from your current employer confirming current employment address and recent utility bills, bank statements or tenancy agreement). On receipt of a fire or other emergency call they should be in attendance at the station within five minutes. A change of residence or place of employment that would place him/her outside these limits will mean automatic termination of employment or he/she will resign from the Service. (6) He/she will be required to attend 85% of normal training practices and to have 75% attendance at actual fires and emergency calls in each quarter to qualify for quarterly retainer/availability fee. He/she will be paid a fee of €47.50 per hour for attendance at drills. (7) He/she will be required to attend special courses of training of a longer duration if necessary as detailed by the Chief Fire Officer, within and outside the County. (8) He/she will be paid for attendance at fires at the rate of €47.50 per hour for the first hour or part of, and €23.75 per hour thereafter. (Day fires 8.00 a.m. - 8.00 p.m.). For night fires (8.00 p.m. - 8.00 a.m.) he/she will be paid €95.00 per hour for the first hour or part of, and €47.50 per hour thereafter. Weekend fires are paid for at the same rate as night fires. (9) In addition, a retaining fee will be paid quarterly subject to conditions in force. Current Retaining Fees per annum are as follows: Part Time Fire Fighter 01/10/2023 On recruitment €11,769 2-4 Years €12,751 5-7 Years €13,963 8+ €15,067 Community Fire Safety A payment will be made reflecting the active role undertaken by firefighters when they attend incidents, in educating community members on the importance of fire safety and identifying the fire risks and the proper precautions that should be taken to protect their homes and their families. The value of this payment will be 40 hours annually, to be made as a fortnightly payment of €36.54. (10) All personnel are covered by an insurance policy in relation to injury at work in the Fire Service. (11) Protective clothing and standard equipment is supplied to each member. (12) Driving Licence: A candidate must, at the date of application, be the holder of a full un-endorsed valid Class ‘B’ Driving Licence. It is a condition that upon signing this Contract that you will successfully obtain a Class ‘C’ driving licence to drive emergency front line appliances prior to the completion of your probationary period, at your own expense. In the event of you not achieving this licence within 12 months from the date of signing your contract, you will be requested to apply for a re-test at your own expense within one month and in the event of you not achieving the licence on the re-test Galway County Council reserves the right to terminate your Contract. It is the responsibility of the fire fighter to notify the Chief Fire Officer in writing without delay of any endorsement or suspension applied to your licence. (13) (a) From the date of commencement as an operational retained firefighter, there shall be a period of one year during which the firefighter shall be on probation. Such period of one year may be extended at the absolute discretion of the County Council. The firefighter shall cease to be a firefighter at the end of the period of probation unless the County Council is satisfied that the firefighter has been satisfactory in all respects (see point b); (b) A firefighter, during his/her probation, will be required to undertake a recruit training course and an Initial Breathing Apparatus Wearers course, or any other course that the Council may consider necessary, and a firefighter who fails to pass the above mentioned courses will cease to be a firefighter at the end of the period of probation. (14) Annual leave must be taken, as per Organisation of Working Time Act 1997 and holiday pay will be paid accordingly as per agreed national guidelines from LGMSB in November 2000. An Annual Leave request form is in operation for approval of Annual Leave. (15) He/she will attend medical examinations as per Occupational Health system for retained fire-fighters as issued by LGMSB to Fire Authorities and more frequently if requested by Galway County Council for specialised courses. (16) Where a member becomes incapacitated as a result of serious illness or injury, paid leave shall be provided for twelve weeks on receipt of a Medical Doctor’s report. Paid sick leave may be extended to six months depending on the merits of the case and the applicant’s attendance records. Extended sick leave would generally only be extended to a member on one occasion only. An application of sick leave extension has to be made in writing to the Chief Fire Officer for his approval and sanction. CITIZENSHIP Candidates must, by the date of any job offer, be: a) A citizen of the European Economic Area (EEA). The EEA consists of the Member States of the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway; or b) A citizen of the United Kingdom (UK); or c) A citizen of Switzerland pursuant to the agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the free movement of persons; or d) A non-EEA citizen who is a spouse or child of an EEA or UK or Swiss citizen and has a stamp 4 visa; or e) A person awarded international protection under the International Protection Act 2015 or any family member entitled to remain in the State as a result of family reunification and has a stamp 4 visa or f) A non-EEA citizen who is a parent of a dependent child who is a citizen of, and resident in, an EEA member state or the UK or Switzerland and has a stamp 4 visa ATTENDANCE LEVELS In the case of fire drills, the attendance criteria will be 85%. Drills shall be held at such frequency as decided by the County Council in its absolute discretion. A fire-fighter will be required to give 75% response to fire and emergency call-outs in each quarter. Generally the fire fee for the first hour of attendance is double the normal fee. The double rate however, will not be payable where a fire-fighter does not respond within five minutes of the fire call. Where the first fire appliance does not leave the station within five minutes of the fire call, then any fire-fighter who is on the appliance or in the station when it leaves the station may be paid at the higher rate. When a fire fighter does not respond to the station within 15 minutes of alert no payment will be paid for that incident. Where the Chief Fire Officer considers that a fire-fighter is not meeting the required standard of attendance, he will have the right to withhold the retainer as follows: 50% in a first quarter 100% in a second quarter in any twelve months A fire-fighter will receive four weeks notice of intention to withhold the retainer. Any further failure to meet the liability will be dealt with through the Disciplinary procedure. Any firefighter who has a grievance regarding the withholding of the payment can process their grievance through the agreed procedures.

7 days agoPart-time

Shop Floor Assistant

CentraOranmore, Galway

Main purpose of the role: Merchandise, rotate and face off all stock in assigned department while maintaining hygiene and food standards. The ideal candidate will have/be: • Excellent communication skills; • Strong attention to detail, organised and flexible; • Ability to use own initiative and work as part of a team; Main duties: • Actively live Centra brand-values i.e. Proud, Energetic, Imaginative and Community-Based; • Process orders for various departments; • Merchandise and present the entire store to the highest standard at all times; • Liaise with the Store Manager on changes to layouts, ends and sides and ensure changes are correctly implemented; • Implement correct labelling and stock rotation procedures; • Ensure deliveries are checked off in line with goods inwards procedures. • Keep the back-store tidy and packed away.

7 days agoPart-time

Moo`d Ice Cream Parlour Assistant

CentraOranmore, Galway

We are recruiting a Moo`d Ice Cream Parlour Assistant to join our team. As Ice Cream Parlour Assistant, you will be responsible for the preparation of high quality hot and cold products and for ensuring customer satisfaction is the number one priority. You will prepare each customer order with great pride, passion and care and inspire customers through your knowledge and expertise of our fresh food offering. Your priority will be to demonstrate your passion for quality food, manage queues and maintain the highest standards in hygiene and food safety ensuring each customer receives an exceptional customer experience. Relevant Skills/Experience:

7 days agoPart-time
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