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Part-time roles available in our Dundrum and Blackrock, Co. Dublin Store - Candidates must be flexible in working hours Monday-Sunday. If you are a friendly approachable person that likes helping customers and you are interested in joining our team, we would like to hear from you. You will need to be confident and have good communication skills, be a quick thinker who can react to situations, have high energy levels, and be able to maintain personal standards and composure under pressure. Apply now and you will receive a competitive salary plus a 20% staff discount. Click Apply Now to submit your CV today!
Substitute Teaching Panel
St Catherine's NS Rush is looking to compile a list of persons trained as Teachers in countries other than Ireland who may not have a Teaching Council Number but who would be interested in subbing on occasion in St Catherine's. Anyone currently holding an Irish Teaching Qualification is also welcome to make contact! Expressions of interest please to: St Catherine's NS Rush Co Dublin OR Phone: 01-843 8266 OR Click Apply Now to submit your application to our secretary today!
Sales Assistant & Supervisor
We are recruiting for our Cork Store - part-time or full-time positions Available - Sales Assistant and Supervisor Sales Assistant Cork - Turners Cross Retail Park Ireland Contract Type: Temporary or Permanent Hours Available: Part-time or Full-time Closing Date: 14/10/21 Additional Information: Successful applicants will be required to work evening and weekend shifts in rotation with the rest of the team. Part-time and Full-time contracts available. Temporary and Permanent contracts available Job Description: Title : Sales Assistant Reporting to: Branch management and customers Main duties: To assist customers and provide excellent customer service KEY TASKS AND DUTIES 1. To provide an excellent level of customer service. - Acknowledge and welcome, assist customers and give them advice and suggest complementary products. 2. To maximize both personal and team sales and hit sales targets. 3. Merchandising, pricing, and the display of stock to maximize sales. 4. To look professional and welcoming. 5. To be accurate in the operation of the till systems and be accurate in cash handling and all till transactions. 6. To liaise effectively with other stores and departments within the Company. 7. Apply the Company’s policy and procedures as regards manual handling in lifting, carrying, pulling, moving stock and assisting with deliveries. 8. To carry out personal risk assessments and take personal responsibility for yourself and all others. 9. To ensure that the shop is free from hazards and maintained in a safe condition and to observe and implement Health and Safety legislation, consumer legislation, and the Company’s Health & Safety policy and procedures. 10. To be accurate in stock counts and ordering. 11. To be accurate in all administration relating to merchandise. 12. To comply with the Company’s high standards relating to the care and cleanliness of the shop by good housekeeping including cleaning and vacuuming. 13. Any other duties as directed by the manager or general manager. Personell Specification: Essential flexibility - as advertised, all applicants must be available to work a Saturday afternoon. A passion for home interiors. Desirable - leader/coach of a club or society, actively involved in the local community, a clear employment record, experience related to the role. Supervisor Cork - Turners Cross Retail Park Ireland Contract Type : Permanent Hours Available : Part-time or full-time Closing date: 14/10/2021 Additional Information: Successful applicants will be required to work evening and weekend shifts in rotation with the rest of the team. Job Description: Title : Supervisor Reporting To : Branch Manager Main Duties: To achieve planned sales in accordance with targets set and to advise and assist Management in all areas of the shop. Key Tasks & Duties: 1. To maximise the sales potential of the shop. 2. To administer the stock control and ordering systems. 3. To ensure the security of cash and premises. 4. Merchandise stock and ensure shop is tidy. 5. To assist Manager/Assistant Manager to train, develop and discipline subordinate staff, or in absence of management – take responsibility for this role. 6. To work with and liase with the Regional Manager, and in the absence of Management to ensure that standards and discipline are maintained in all areas of the shop, in order to make a success of the business. 7. Open and close shop, when necessary. 8. Lifting, carrying, pulling, moving and pricing stock. Assisting with deliveries. 9. Housekeeping including cleaning and vacuuming. 10. Be a key holder, and be responsible for alarm calls, when necessary. 11. “EPOS” System – to ensure that start of day and end of day procedures are carried out in accordance with detailed operating instructions. To respond promptly to all communication and error logs, when necessary, in absence of Manager. 12. Carry out refunds/exchanges, complete Z reads and sales records. 13. Accurately complete time sheets and forward to Finance Department. 14. Liase with all departments at Head Office, to ensure procedures and standards are carried out and adhered to in the appropriate manner. 15. Any other reasonable duties, as requested by Management. Personnel Specification: Essential Flexibility - as advertised, all applicants must be available to work a Saturday. A passion for home interiors. Desirable Leader/Coach of a club or society Actively involved in local community A clear employment record Experience related to the role Additional Benefits: Competitive salary Full-Training Excellent working conditions Staff discounts
All of our jobs are based in Louth / Meath / Cavan / Monaghan / North Dublin. Overview of Role : Our client based in Co. Meath is seeking an Administrative/Medical Secretary on a temporary basis. Would suit candidates living in Navan, Ashbourne, and surrounding areas. Responsibilities: Hours are either 8.30 am to 4.30 or 9.00 am to 5.00 pm, 5 days a week rostered for over 7 days a week. (37 hours per week) The candidate must be available immediately, or @ 1 week's notice. If you are interested in the above role, please apply to job reference HM/447 on www.recruitmentbureau.com At The Recruitment Bureau, we respect your privacy; your CV will not be forwarded to a client company without your consent.
Level L9 - Retail Sales Team Leader Closing Date: 11/11/2021 Permanent / Fixed Term Permanent Store Location Dublin - Jervis Additional Information (External Upload)
Research Assistant, School Of Chemistry
8 Months, Fixed-Term, Whole-time Post Position Summary The Schools of Chemistry and Biochemistry & Cell Biology are looking to appoint a Research Assistant to join a team investigating biochemical approaches to recycle PET bottles. Specific tasks will involve: (i) preparing catalysts for use in microwave and thermal reactors, (ii) analysing the products formed from the biochemical depolymerisation of PET and (iii) combining chemical and biological approaches to recycle PET. The position is funded by the Advanced Materials and BioEngineering Research Centre (AMBER), in collaboration with PepsiCo, for a period of 8 months. The successful candidate will be based in the School of Chemistry at University College Cork (UCC) but will be expected to work with collaborators in the School of Biochemistry and Cell Biology at UCC. Project Title: Biochemical Recycling of Bottle-Grade PET Post Duration: 8 months Salary: €27,109 - €36,422 p.a. (IUA Salary Scale) For an information package including further details of the post see https://ore.ucc.ie/. Job ID: 050351. Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Prof. Justin Holmes (email@example.com) or Dr Paul Young (firstname.lastname@example.org) on or before the closing date.
Researcher In Energy Harvesting Industry
BOF-77 Researcher in Energy Harvesting in Industry 4.0 Contract: Full Time/ Fixed Term The Wireless Sensor Network Group (WSN) at the Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork is currently advertising for the position of Postdoctoral Researcher in Energy Harvesting in Industry 4.0 The Tyndall National Institute is a world leader in the development of smart sensing and wireless systems. Working closely with a global range of academic, business and clinical partners, our technology is under evaluation by several multinational corporations and is approaching market readiness in a number of areas. As part of the SFI Centre CONFIRM – Centre for Smart Manufacturing, the Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) group at Tyndall has secured funding in the development of Energy Harvesting systems for “Industry 4.0”. These systems will leverage our core strengths in Information and Communications Technologies to develop the next generation of breakthrough wireless sensing systems for use in a manufacturing environment. Energy Harvesting for Industry 4.0 The advent of the 4th industrial revolution brings forward some new challenges in manufacturing and automation. Industrial Internet of Things applications use data collected by physical things to minimise manufacturing mistakes and reduce the production cost. However, the “things” are usually deployed in inaccessible places imposing high maintenance cost regarding their battery replacement or costly long cablings. To this end, the project will focus on the development of a wireless power transfer mechanism, such as the RF-power emission from dedicated chargers, to replenish energy while guaranteeing the high reliability and robustness of an industrial network. The successful Postdoctoral Researcher will focus on the design, implementation, and evaluation of an adaptive MAC protocol that will allow RF-power emission of dedicated chargers to power-up energy-constrained IoT devices taking into account potential interference with data transmissions. The successful applicant will carry out his research project within this team which has expertise in Energy Harvesting, microsystems technology, wireless networks, electronics and low-power system hardware and software design. Activities will include applied domain focused research into Energy Harvesting, Industry 4.0, deployment of electronic sensing systems, hardware/software co-design and integration of embedded systems incorporating data processing and machine/deep learning algorithms for Industry 4.0. The candidate will be expected to write scientific publications associated with their work and travel to international conferences, workshops, industry meetings, proposal project meetings. This will help to strategically position Tyndall WSN as a world-leading industry-focused applied research group in the area of smart system development for Human Computer Interfacing in an industrial context. The successful Postdoc Researcher will help define, manage and implement an applied research project as part of a team of multi-disciplinary industry-aligned researchers with expertise in microsystems technology, wireless sensors, electronics and low-power system hardware and communications software design. The Researcher will help develop prototype and test the next generation Energy Harvesting Systems in conjunction with industry partners. Key Responsibilities CONFIRM- Science Foundation Irelands Centre of Smart Manufacturing CONFIRM’s vision is to transform and grow Irish manufacturing by integrating intelligence within products, machines, production systems and supply chains. Smart Manufacturing has been defined as “the intelligent, real‐time orchestration and optimisation of physical (people & equipment), digital and business processes within factories and across the entire value chain”. This systems-level approach differentiates CONFIRM from other manufacturing initiatives, many of which focus on disparate challenges such as 3D printing, advanced materials, continuous processing, autonomous vehicles, etc. While these are important topics for discrete industry sectors and product portfolios, we believe that adopting a systems-level approach offers the greatest potential for significant advances and impact across multiple manufacturing sectors. This is a fulltime Postdoctoral Researcher opportunity in University College Cork, with the successful candidate on approved IUA salary Scales for postdoctoral Researchers, initially for 24 months with the possibility of extension beyond that. Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Brendan O’Flynn at brendan.oflynn @tyndall.ie Appointment may be made on the Postdoctoral Researcher Scale €38,630-€45,942. Salary placement on appointment will be in accordance with public sector pay policy.
Post-doctoral Researcher, Department Of Physics And Environmental Research Institute
Fixed-Term, Whole-time Post Position summary A position is available for a Post-Doctoral Researcher to work in the Physics Department and Center for Research into Atmospheric Chemistry (Environmental Research Institute) at UCC. The successful applicant will work in a project under the direction of Prof. Andy Ruth (the Principal Investigator) and Prof. John Wenger (Co-Investigator) to develop of a proto-type absorption instrument for the detection of several relevant gases and their isotopologues with high time resolution using custom-designed approaches based on dual comb spectroscopy and cavity enhanced absorption principles. Initial absorption experiments are to be performed on greenhouse gases to establish the electronic tuning, locking and stabilization features of the setup. Specific target species will then be selected according to market needs in view of a potential commercialization of the approach. The prototype dual comb setup is to be developed at UCC in the Laser Spectroscopy Group (Physics Department) where the required lab infrastructure for the project is located. Tests of the instrument will also be run at the Irish Atmospheric Simulation Chamber, a national research facility for the investigation of chemical and physical processes that affect air quality and climate. The successful applicant will be embedded in a dynamic team of atmospheric researchers with expertise in the development and application of broadband cavity-enhanced absorption systems. S/he should have a strong innovative spirit with interest in applied research with commercialization potential. S/he should bring excellent organisational and communication skills to the group. To help address gender under-representation in science, applications from female applicants are strongly encouraged, as are those from other under-represented groups. This reflects each of the supervisory institutions commitment to providing a diverse and open environment for students and faculty. Expected Skill Set We are seeking an enthusiastic, motivated person with a high level of initiative, capable of working independently and within a team. The candidate should have fluent English and excellent communication, organization, planning and interpersonal skills. The ideal candidate for this position should have: Project Title: Ultra-sensitive cavity-enhanced trace gas detection for new atmospheric science and socio-economic impacts Post Duration: 1 year, with potential for extension for a second year Salary: €39,130 - €46,442 p.a. (IUA Salary Scale) For an information package including further details of the post see https://ore.ucc.ie/. Job ID: 050333. Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Professor Andy Ruth, Email Address: email@example.com , Telephone: +353 (0) 21 4902057.
Post-doctoral Researcher, Department Of Physics And Environmental Research Institute
2 Years, Fixed-Term, Whole-time Post Position summary A position is available for a Post-Doctoral Researcher to work in the Physics Department and Center for Research into Atmospheric Chemistry (Environmental Research Institute) at UCC. The successful applicant will work in a project under the direction of Prof. Andy Ruth (the Principal Investigator) and Prof. John Wenger (Co-Investigator) to develop new instrumentation for trace gas and radical detection using approaches related to cavity enhanced and cavity ring-down absorption spectroscopy. The new setups are to be custom-designed for the Irish Atmospheric Simulation Chamber (IASC), a national research facility for the investigation of chemical and physical processes that affect air quality and climate. The successful candidate will be expected to drive the development, testing, validation, and optimization of proto-type cavity-based absorption instruments and operate them in (international) campaigns at IASC where time-dependent concentrations are to be measured for several tropospheric oxidation scenarios and particle formation involving diurnal cycles. Several planned simulation experiments are to be performed in collaboration with partners at the Institute of Energy and Climate Research (Troposphere) at Forschungszentrum Jülich (FZJ), Germany and the Chemical Science Division of the Earth System Research Laboratory (NOAA), Boulder (CO), USA. To help address gender under-representation in science, applications from female applicants are strongly encouraged, as are those from other under-represented groups. This reflects each of the supervisory institutions commitment to providing a diverse and open environment for students and faculty. Expected Skill Set We are seeking an enthusiastic, motivated person with a high level of initiative, capable of working independently and within a team. The candidate should have fluent English and excellent communication, organization, planning and interpersonal skills. Ideally, the candidate will have know-how in instrument development for atmospheric research applications, outstanding experimental and engineering skills with substantial experience in (cavity-enhanced) absorption spectroscopy and optics. Proficiencies in device interfacing, electronics, gas-handling and analytical research, as well as in experimental data retrieval and IT management are highly desirable. Previous experience in industrial research in the area of sensing is desirable but not essential. Applicants should have a strong interest in atmospheric chemistry, air quality and climate research and ideally have good background knowledge in these areas. Post Duration: 2 years Salary: €39,130 - €46,442 p.a. (IUA Salary Scale) Project: Ultra-sensitive cavity-enhanced trace gas detection for new atmospheric science and socio-economic impacts For an information package including further details of the post see https://ore.ucc.ie/. Job ID: 050332. Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Professor Andy Ruth, Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org, Telephone: +353 (0) 21 4902057.
Phd Scholarship In Mixed-signal Design For Precision Circuits
IOC-21 PhD Scholarship in Mixed-Signal Design for Precision Circuits Contract: Full Time/Fixed Term Microelectronic Circuits Centre Ireland (MCCI) is an EI / IDA technology centre hosted at Tyndall National Institute. Its mission is to carry out industry-led world-class Analog, Mixed-Signal and RF integrated circuit research and to deliver trained people and IP to industry. MCCI is already collaborating with 35 companies and many of the staff eventually transfer into the thriving microelectronics industry in Ireland. MCCI targets real-life applications with its research and currently has projects in diverse topics such as DNA detection for food safety, next generation optical communications, bio-sensing, imaging for security applications and early cancer detection. As microelectronics chips are manufactured in ever smaller geometries the performance of Analogue and Mixed-Signal circuits degrade while at the same time digital logic becomes cheaper, smaller and lower power. Applications associated with the Internet of Things is placing multiple challenges on the Integrated Circuit Chips that are required to enable the next generation of IoT applications. Sampling aperture errors caused by jitter on the edges of the sampling clock is a major performance limitation for Analogue to Digital converters both at high speeds and at high precision. Applications such as Automotive Radar and 5G Cellular communications are limited by jitter. The requirement for sub 1ps rms jitter or even 10fs rms jitter for the latest State of Art GHz ADCs puts large demands on the clock source and clock buffers. The Clock source is usually a Phase Locked loop (PLL) and this has high power consumption to meet the tight precision specifications. This a large opportunity for innovative solutions to make ADCs more robust to jitter errors to overcome this performance and power limitation. Please look at www.mcci.ie for more information. MCCI is opening up a number of PhD scholarship positions in the area of Analogue Mixed-Signal Design for Precision Circuits: These will encompass a number of areas including: An annual student stipend of €18,500 applies for this successful candidate for this position. Yearly University academic fees will paid by the Tyndall National Institute. For any informal queries, please contact Prof Ivan O’Connell at email@example.com