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30+ days ago

Construction Administrator


We are currently recruiting a construction administrator to work in our office based in Ballymount, Dublin   Responsibilities: Provide administrative support daily Preparing health and safety folders Creating spreadsheets / databases Setting up databases, and checking deadline dates Inputting invoice details into accounts software Cost management of materials Scheduling maintenance call-outs Assisting with collating, printing, scanning and binding documents in preparation of meetings Looking after electrical, gas and phone connections with suppliers Archiving documents Assisting with the firm’s diary management system Ensuring meeting rooms and common areas are kept clean   Requirements: 2-3 years previous experience in a construction office Experience/qualification in Microsoft Excel and Word Experience in the system ‘Fasttrack’ would be a bonus Must be flexible to cover holidays Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal Experience is a busy environment, handling multiple tasks Computer literate Ability to meet deadlines Be self-motivated with good organisational skills Must have strong IT skills

30+ days ago

Retail Sales Assistant

Maxi Zoo IrelandDublinPart-time

Maxi Zoo Ireland are driven by the desire to make the life of pets and pets owners simpler, better and happier. To achieve this, we work hard, accept responsibility and seek every opportunity to learn about pets and customers. Are you passionate about pets and learning? Join our team and learn more with Maxi Zoo Ireland.  We are recruiting for a Sales Assistant to join our Tallaght store. Applicants must be flexible to work across all weekdays and weekends.  The Role:

30+ days ago

Staff Nurse, Surgical Unit, St. Josephs Hospital, Temp SPC

Beaumont HospitalDublin29,346 - 45,701Full-time

Post Title : Staff Nurse, Surgical Unit Post Status : Temporary SPC Department : Surgical Unit Location : St Joseph’s Hospital Reports to : CNM2 Salary : Appointment will be made on Staff Nurse Grade (€29,346 - €45,701) at a point in line with Government pay policy. Hours of work : 39 hours per week Closing Date : Wednesday 24th July 2019 As a Staff Nurse, you will be expected to take responsibility for each shift for a caseload of patients. For these you will assess, plan, implement and evaluate care within the Roper, Logan and Tierney Model of Nursing. In addition, you are expected to practice within the Code of Practice guidelines from An Bord Altranais and within the Nursing and other Hospital Policies and Procedures. You will be held accountable to the Clinical Nurse Manager and in his/her absence to the delegated nurse holding shift responsibility for the ward. Discretion, initiative and an interest in teaching student nurses and preliminary training students to function independently is also a prerequisite. At all times you will practice within the limits of your experience and will have available to you more senior expert nurses. Overall, your responsibilities may be divided into clinical, professional, managerial and educational categories. Principal Duties & Responsibilities: 1. To maintain a high standard of nursing care. 2. To develop clinical expertise, leadership and teaching skills through nursing practice. 3. To share responsibility with the team for the management of nursing care and the patients environment under the direction of the Clinical Nurse Manager/Charge Nurse. 4. To maintain a high standard of professional and ethical responsibility. 5. To ensure safe discharge and transit of patients through the unit. CLINICAL ROLE: To provide and maintain effective, individualised nursing care by:- 1. Assessing (with the patients where possible) physical, psychological and social problems and the need for nursing intervention. 2. Preparing and up-dating the documentation within a nursing framework to include treatment delegated by medical staff. 3. Continuing the care provided at ward level to ensure safe discharge of patients to their home or care facility. 4. Acting as team leader in giving skilled nursing care and treatments for the patients using the unit. 5. Planning the involvement of the patient’s relatives, teaching and supervising nursing techniques in preparation for the transfer home. 6. Actively promote the transit care unit to ward staff and medical colleagues. CLINICAL: a) Assessment 1. Utilises assessment skills and techniques to determine patient transferred to the unit. 2. Completes and documents the nursing admission assessment in a thorough and accurate manner. 2. Assesses patient condition on an ongoing basis. 4. Assesses the need for patient/family instruction. b) Planning 1. Develops and documents a plan of care based on patient needs. 2. Develops patient teaching and discharge plans as necessary based on their current needs. 3. Collaborates with other health team members in planning care to expedite discharge safely. c) Implementation 1. Provides safe, comprehensive nursing care to a caseload of patients and within the guidelines laid out by NMBI. 2. Knows and practices according to established legal requirements, policy and procedures. 3. Establishes care priorities based on nursing/medical patient problems. 4. Performs procedures accurately, completely and safely. 5. Provides care with minimal supervision in a timely manner. 6. Maintains a safe environment for patients. 7. Respects the dignity and confidentiality of patients, serving as an advocate as necessary. 8. Functions quickly and effectively in an emergency situation. 9. Adapts to changing workload. 10. Deals with ward incidents and accidents in accordance with hospital policy. Accurately record and report detail. d) Evaluation 1. Contributes to nursing quality assurance by assisting in the identification of recurrent nursing problems and co-operating in data collection. COMMUNICATION SKILLS: 1. Documents according to policy and procedure. 2. Reports verbally and in writing pertinent patient care information to appropriate nursing/medical personnel. 3. Communicates appropriately with patients/relatives and colleagues and other members of the health care team. 4. Approaches interpersonal relationships in a manner that avoids antagonism, reduces conflict and prevents undue anxiety. 5. Recognises self-limitations and requests assistance. 2 PROFESSIONAL: a) Professional Expectations 1. Supports the philosophy, objectives and goals of the nursing department and hospital. 2. Follows appropriate lines of authority by discussing issues firstly with Clinical Nurse Manager, then with Unit Nurse Manager and then with the Director of Nursing. 3. Demonstrates flexibility by assisting in other areas of the Hospital as needed 4. Develop polices and SOPs in relation to transit care unit 5. Ensure all patients leaving transit care have all the appropriate discharge documentation and follow up arrangements. 3 MANAGEMENT: 1. Demonstrates ability to organise care for all transit care unit of patients. 2. Uses time effectively. 3. Shows ability to delegate work to Staff Nurses, Student Nurses or other. 4. Uses discretion for decision making regarding patient care. 5. Displays initiative. 6. Liaise with patient flow and CNM’s on the movement and transfer of patients from ward areas to transit care unit 7. Attend patient flow meetings and advocate the usage of transit care. 8. Reports on-going problems to CNM. EDUCATION: 1. Demonstrates ability to teach and guide more Junior Staff/Students/Healthcare assistants. 2. Shows interest in Post Graduate Education/Self Development. 3. Attends required standard number of Study Days in the year. Selection criteria: Selection criteria outline the qualifications, skills, knowledge and/or experience that the successful candidate would need to demonstrate for successful discharge of the responsibilities of the post. Applications will be assessed on the basis of how well candidates satisfy these criteria. Mandatory : • Be registered in the General Division of the Register of Nurses kept by An Bord Altranais (Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland) or be entitled to be so registered Desirable : • Surgical experience

30+ days ago

Full Time eir In Store Sales Consultant - Tallaght


We are currently recruiting an In-Store Sales Consultant for our Tallaght store. Thanks to eir’s extensive fibre infrastructure, driving sales of Mobile, Fixed Line, Broadband and TV packages has made eir stores one of the most exciting places to work and we’re continuing to grow. We’re looking for a Customer focused Sales Consultant with strong attention to detail to join our successful team. This is a full-time position that requires full flexibility for a 5/7 day working week. Our colleagues will be proficient in the following: Customer Service. We believe in putting the customer first and we expect our colleagues to offer a world-class service that encourages customer loyalty. Listening. Our colleagues listen to customers so they can get a greater understanding of our customer’s news and can advise them on what package will best suit their needs. Engagement. Our colleagues engage naturally with our customers to build a rapport that encourages them to come back to our stores. Teamwork. Our colleagues work as part of a team to achieve Store KPI’s as well as individual targets. Technology. Our colleagues have a genuine interest in technology and keep up to date with the latest developments so that they can be confident when advising our customers on our products and services. The Ideal candidate:- Should be highly motivated and passionate about our brand. Should work well as part of a team but can also work on their own initiative. Should have experience in a similar background, but this is not essential. Should have the ability to work under pressure and be target driven. Should have excellent communication and presentation skills. Should have a positive ‘can-do’ attitude. What we offer in return:- Competitive Salary. Uncapped commission. Flexible full-time hours. Our full-time contract is 28-40hrs per week. Full training and continuous support. Opportunities to further your career within the Synchro group

30+ days ago

FREE COURSE: Manufacturing Technician Maintenance Skills Course

FIT LtdCelbridge, Kildare

Programme: Manufacturing Technician Maintenance Skills Award: Level 6 Maintenance Skill Technology Major Award Location: Celbridge, Co. Kildare Duration: 48 Weeks - Full Time Cost: The course is free subject to eligibility Start date: The course is due to start in August 2019 Course Aims: The programme is designed to position female and male candidates to pursue a challenging and rewarding career in the exciting role of manufacturing process support in a wide variety of settings. These roles encompass electronic, electrical, mechanical, programmable logic controllers and some mathematical skills.  Candidates who successfully complete this programme should be seen in the context of members of a multidisciplinary team of professionals including mechanical and electrical engineers, electricians, supervisors, safety professionals and manufacturing representatives.  This programme aims to develop the candidates technical acumen and personal effectiveness, project management and employability skills so as to maximise their potential for employment. Modules For more information and to apply click here.

30+ days ago

Senior Biochemist

Beaumont HospitalDublinFull-time

Post Title:  Senior Biochemist  Post Status:  Permanent Department  Chemical Pathology Location:  Beaumont Hospital, Dublin 9  Reports to:  Principal Biochemist Salary:  Appointment will be made on Senior Biochemist salary scale (€54,954 - €72,377) at a point in line with Government pay policy.  Hours of work:   Full-Time Closing Date:  12 Noon on 18th August 2019 (Please note: The hospital reserves the right to close the competition early should a substantial number of applications be received) Position Summary: • To perform such duties appropriate to the office under the supervision of the Principal Biochemist or as delegated. • To perform the duties of a Senior Grade Biochemist in the Department of Chemical Pathology, Beaumont Hospital. Principal Duties and Responsibilities: • To take part in clinical validation, follow-up and reporting of test results. • To monitor and ensure the quality of analyses and service provided by the department, through quality control and quality assurance programmes, which incorporate corrective and remedial action. • To train junior staff as may be required and to participate in training and development courses within Beaumont Hospital. • To actively participate in journal clubs and academic meetings within the department • To optimise the method and range of biochemical investigation provided, by undertaking the evaluations of methods and instruments and by participation in clinical and laboratory audit. • To work in an efficient and cost effective manner and with due regard to regulations governing health, safety and working conditions within the laboratory in co-operation with other professional groups, including scientific, clinical ,technical staff, and hospital management to achieve the optimal clinical biochemistry service. • To keep abreast of development in clinical biochemistry in particular in relation to the specialist area of work and the application of new techniques in the delivery of biochemistry services Selection Criteria:  Selection criteria outline the qualifications, skills, knowledge and/or experience that the successful candidate would need to demonstrate for successful discharge of the responsibilities of the post.  Applications will be assessed on the basis of how well candidates satisfy these criteria. Mandatory: • Must possess a BSC (Hons / BA (Mod) in a subject related to clinical biochemistry/ laboratory medicine and diagnostics or equivalent qualification. and • Possess an MSc ( taught) or Research ( or higher qualification) in Clinical Biochemistry or relevant subject area and • 3 years post qualification experience in clinical biochemistry/ related discipline and • Possess requisite knowledge and ability including a high standard of suitability and management ability for proper discharge of the duties of office. Desirable: • To have experience in Clinical Endocrinology and Mass Spectrometry Methodology Supplementary information: The Hospital Management Unit: Other (Please specify):  Informal Enquiries ONLY to: . Name: Geraldine Collier Title: Principal Biochemist Email address:   Telephone: 01 7977453

30+ days ago

Medical Laboratory Aide

Beaumont HospitalDublin27,863 - 36,228Full-time

Post Title:          Medical Laboratory Aide Post Status:       Post A. Permanent                             Post B. Specified Purpose Department :       Histology / Neuropathology Laboratory Location:            Beaumont Hospital, Dublin 9 Reports to:        Chief Medical Scientist Salary:                Appointment will be made on the Medical Laboratory salary scale (€27,863 - €36,228) at a point in line with Government pay policy. Hours of work: 37 Closing Date:    12 Noon on Wednesday, July 31st 2019 Position Summary: Medical Laboratory Aide in Histology / Neuropathology section of the Clinical Directorate of Laboratory Medicine. Principal Duties and Responsibilities: The duties of the Medical Laboratory Aide include appropriate duties assigned by the Laboratory Manager or designee (e.g. Senior Medical Scientist). The general duties include, but are not limited to: • To engage in the logging in, labelling, centrifuging, and separation of specimens. This may require typing skills as logging in may be done via the keyboard of a computer. • To engage in training as appropriate • To prepare equipment, culture media and/or reagents as directed by the appropriate scientific laboratory staff. • To assist Laboratory staff with preparation work for tests. • Collection, delivery, decontamination, sterilization and washing glassware. • Monitoring of supplies, stocks and requesting stocks as appropriate. • Collection and delivery of specimens. • Filing of specimens, slides, blocks, etc. • Reception of patient samples for processing which may require electronic receipt, data entry, logging in, labelling, centrifugation, and separation of specimens. • Manage waste removal from the laboratory • Check, unpack, label and appropriately store deliveries • Participate in control of stock and consumables. Participate in the monitoring and cleaning of equipment. • Perform preparatory scientific tasks as directed by scientific staff • To assist Laboratory staff with preparation work for tests. • Collection and delivery of specimens from laboratory reception. • Logging, preparation and packaging of samples for Referral Laboratories, if required. • Filing of specimens. • Compliance with ISO15189 standard during all activities carried out. Selection Criteria: Selection criteria outline the qualifications, skills, knowledge and/or experience that the successful candidate would need to demonstrate for successful discharge of the responsibilities of the post. Applications will be assessed on the basis of how well candidates satisfy these criteria. Mandatory: Each candidate, on the latest date for receiving completed application forms for the office, must have:- Minimum Leaving certificate level education preferably with a Science subject or relevant experience. Desirable: Third level science qualification. Relevant laboratory experience and computer skills. Informal Enquiries ONLY to: Name:                 Mr Colm Buckley Title:                   Chief Medical Scientist Email address: Telephone:         (01) 8092353 Further Information for Candidates: Supplementary information: The Hospital Management Unit:

30+ days ago

Basic Neuro-physiologist

Beaumont HospitalDublinFull-time

Post Title:  Basic Neuro-physiologist  Post Status:  Permanent Department  Neurophysiology Location:  Beaumont Hospital, Dublin 9  Reports to:  Chief II Neuro-physiologist Salary:  Appointment will be made on Neuro-physiologist salary scale (€35,417- €46,267, LSI’s €49,848, €53,372) at a point in line with Government pay policy.  Hours of work:   Full-Time Closing Date:  12 Noon on 28.07.2019 Position Summary: Basic grade Neuro-physiologists in a busy Neurophysiology Department with in-patient and outpatient load Principal Duties and Responsibilities: • Perform EEGs and Nerve Conduction Studies • To carry out his/her duties under the supervision and control of the Chief Neuro-physiologist or other such person designated for that purpose by the Chief Executive or designated officer. • Participation in patient care i.e. preparation and reassurance of patient. • To record, measure and monitor selected neurophysiological activities of patients as required by a Clinician, including EEGs and Nerve Conduction Studies. • Calibration and maintenance of all equipment which includes sterilisation where necessary. • To note medication and know its possible effects on the test to be carried out. • In certain circumstances, to modify procedures and to know when and where - either to carry out photic stimulation and hyperventilation as instructed by Clinician and/or in accordance with established practice. • Informal, in-service training of students. • To initiate and participate in dealing with Medical Emergencies including Cardio/Pulmonary resuscitation. • Portable testing in some cases. • History taking and interpretation of request forms. • To observe and describe any abnormal behaviour occurring during procedures. • Availability outside normal working hours for emergency situations. • To carry out the duties of the Neuro-physiologist in the hospital and at such other locations as may be required by the Chief Executive or designated officer. • To perform such other duties as may from time to time be assigned by the Chief Executive or designated officer. Selection Criteria:   Selection criteria outline the qualifications, skills, knowledge and/or experience that the successful candidate would need to demonstrate for successful discharge of the responsibilities of the post.  Applications will be assessed on the basis of how well candidates satisfy these criteria. Mandatory: • BSc Clinical Measurement or equivalent     The Hospital Management Unit: Other (Please specify):  Informal Enquiries ONLY to: Name:      Alma O’Donnell Title:      Chief II Neuro-physiologist Email address: Telephone:      01 809 2735

30+ days ago

Applegreen Human Resource Administrative Executive (Temporary Role)

Applegreen StoresPark WestFull-time

Role Introduction: Applegreen is in a rapid growth phase and is seeking to recruit a Human Resources Administrator who can thrive in a scaling organisation and has the ability to lead and drive operational support. This is an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to excel by crafting and delivering our site vision and standards. The successful candidate will be a confident people person who can fit into Applegreen seamlessly and adopt a hands-on approach to their role. This role forms part of the ROI Operations HR team and will report directly to the Head of Human Resources, ROI. Key Responsibilities: - Provide strong administrative support to the HR Manager and ROI Operations HR team. - Assist with the managing of new starter process, Inductions etc. - Managing employment contracts and working rights documentation. - Produce variety of HR Reports. - Respond to general staff & management HR queries. - Handle all employee matters consistently in line with company values with an emphasis on sensitivity and confidentiality. - Co-ordinate & support recruitment activities as required – placing advertisements, screening CVs, arranging and confirming interviews etc. - Assist with attracting potential candidates on the market through social media, through new branding and marketing ideas. - Assisting in the coordinating of a variety of training sessions across the estate, including hotel bookings and coordinating with site managers and colleagues - Upkeep of our online LMS - training portal. - Filing, update and maintenance of personnel files. The Candidate Qualifications: BS in Human resources or relevant at least 1- 2 years’ experience in a similar role. Experience & Skills The successful candidate will: - Has excellent people management and leadership skills and be a strong role model for Applegreen staff and our brand. - Be a self-starter who can work on own initiative and ensure successful delivery of all tasks on time. - Be a solution-orientated and positive individual who can work through constraints and obstacles to an optimal solution. - Possess well-honed influencing and collaboration skills, with the ability to build strong relationships with all stakeholders across the different parts of the business. - Is resilient and calm under pressure or when juggling multiple priorities. - Strong organisational, administrative and analytic skills. Ability to be flexible and prioritise effectively with shifting priorities and time-frames. - Be detailed and accurate. - Be able to work and compile data and reports. - Experience with HR software, like HRIS or HRMS. - Full computer literacy. - Strong phone, email and in person communication skills. Application & Screening Process (Subject to Change): - Application process: internal candidates should submit their up to date cv and a supporting cover letter via email to Jean Marten , Human Resources Manager, Retails Operations ROI, directly. The closing date for all applications is Wednesday 31st July 2019, by 5pm, no late submissions will be accepted. Candidates who meet all of the requirements in this specification will have the opportunity to progress to first round interview. - First round interview: interview with Jean Marten, Human Resources Manager, Retail Operations ROI. - Second round interview: if a second-round interview is required Jean Marten will be joined by Hugh O Brien, Head of Human Resources, Retail Operations ROI. - About Applegreen Established in 1992, Applegreen is a convenience food and beverage retailer and operator of petrol forecourts and motorway service areas with a major presence in the Republic of Ireland, the United Kingdom and the USA. The Group is focused on acquiring and developing new Service Area and Petrol Filling Station sites in each of the three markets in which it operates. As at 31 December 2018, the business operated 472 forecourt sites and employed c10,700 people. The Group offers a distinctive convenience retail offering with three key elements: - A “low fuel prices, always” price promise to drive footfall to the stores; - A “Better Value Always” tailored retail offer; and - A strong food and beverage focus aiming to offer premium products and service to the customer. In addition to its own proprietary Bakewell brand, the Group enjoys established partnerships with a portfolio of high-quality international brands. Following the Welcome Break acquisition, new brand partners include Starbucks, Waitrose, WH Smith, KFC, Pizza Express, Harry Ramsden and the Ramada and Days Inn hotel brands. These are in addition to existing brands including Burger King, Subway, Costa Coffee, Greggs, Lavazza, Chopstix, Freshii and 7-Eleven, some of which also have an existing presence on the Welcome Break network. Applegreen is the number one Motorway Service Area operator in the Republic of Ireland and the number two Motorway Service Area operator in the United Kingdom. Applegreen prides itself on its Charitable Fund. Which was set up in 2009. Every time a customer makes a shop and & fuel or a shop-only purchase, the company donates 1c to the Applegreen Charitable Fund. For 2018/19 by proudly supporting Focus Ireland, Irish Youth Foundation, DEBRA Ireland and Friends of the Cancer Centre. Further information is available at

30+ days ago
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