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Aspire Graduate Sports Programme Assistant

Irish Wheelchair AssociationDublinFull-timeGraduate

Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA) is a progressive independent person centered national organisation providing services for people with limited mobility. We now seek applications for the following fixed term position with base location in IWA Clontarf, Dublin 3 ASPIRE Graduate Sports Programme Assistant Clontarf, Dublin 3 ( Fixed Term 6 Months , €11,000 based on a 6 month pro rata salary ) Roles Responsibilities: Sports Centre Closing date for receipt of completed applications is Monday 22nd July 2019 Interviews for this position to take place Thursday 25th July 2019 IWA is an equal opportunity employer €11,000 based on 6 month pro rata salary

30+ days ago

Lecturer(s) In Gaeilge

St. Angela's College, SligoSligoPart-timeGraduate

St. Angela’s College, Sligo are recruiting for a Lecturer in Gaeilge on a 1-year Part time Fixed-Term contract (for the purpose of covering a Career Break absence) from September 2019. Candidates should have a relevant honours primary degree or its equivalent in Irish Language and Literature and/or Irish Language Teaching Methodology, and a relevant post-graduate qualification in Irish Language and Irish Literature at Masters, or preferably Doctoral level. Relevant experience of teaching at Second and/or Third Level desirable. Please refer to http://www.stangelas.nuigalway.ie for further information Closing Date for Applications is 31/07/2019 Please note that this advertisement is being hosted by the Public Appointments Service on publicjobs.ie. The Public Appointments Service has no involvement in, or responsibility for, the recruitment and selection process or the terms and conditions which relate to this post.

30+ days ago

(galway) Healthcaredirect

eFlexesGalwayGraduate

Our client, HealthcareDirect, has a position available for an enthusiastic Physiotherapist with an interest in Paediatrics. This position will be based in Galway city and involve travel to specialist schools across Co. Galway as well as some adult intellectual disabilities centres. Travel allowance will be included with this contract. This role is a 6 month fixed term position for 30 hours per week across 5 days and the successful candidate will benefit from specialist in-service training in paediatric disabilities HealthcareDirect specialises in providing healthcare services to the public and private sectors as well as Occupational Health services to employees of companies and organisations right across Ireland. We provide patient centred quality care in a wide range of settings including nursing and residential care settings, community hospitals, acute inpatient wards, specialist care centres, private company premises and also private sessions in patients’ homes. As such, we see a broad and diverse range of clinical presentations. At present our team is comprised of 35 Physiotherapists and 15 Occupational Therapists working throughout the country and supported by a team of Clinical Managers and a Clinical Director. Working as a Physiotherapist in our team will involve: Will require own transport, clean driver’s license and a Smart Phone to access our staff App

30+ days ago

Cpa Graduate Trainee

IFACCorkGraduateTrainee

Ifac is a top Ten Professional Services firm operating from over 30 locations nationwide. We are the industry leaders in providing taxation, accounts and business advice to farmers, food and agri-related businesses. We are seeking a CPA Graduate Trainee for our Mallow office . If you have the confidence and ability to test yourself on accountancy work of the highest quality, ifac is the organisation for you. Candidate The successful candidate will have: A third level Accountancy, Business or Agri-Business degree qualification (grade 2:1 or higher) Strong I.T. skills A knowledge of V.A.T. and PAYE would be an advantage The successful candidate will receive full training and experience in the Company’s range of services as they advance and pursue the CPA Qualification. Visit our website www.ifac.ie to find out more about us and what we do. Apply in confidence with full CV quoting reference TRAINEE/MALLOW to: Head of HR, ifac, ifac House, Old Naas Road, Dublin D12 N2X3 Email: trainee@ifac.ie Tel. 01 4551036 The CPA Qualification is globally recognised qualification with flexible study options and continuous throughout your training.

30+ days ago

Customer Support Agent Global Tech

Principle HRDublinGraduate

Customer Support Agent Global Tech If you have a strong background in Customer Support and have previously worked in an office or Tech environment, then get in touch now !! What's in it for you This Customer Support Agent Role offers a dedicated path for career progression and also the opportunity to work within an innovative and exciting company who are global leaders in the Tech sector. The role will provide support in real time support to the extended network of 3rd party developers who are on the platform. Management of issues that arise and also keep the developers updated about the review process of integrating their apps and other technical issues Next Step… For further details on this Customer Support Agent role email CV in the strictest of confidence to Edward Bennett in Principle. If you don't have a CV handy, send me your LinkedIn or pick up the phone and I would be happy to discuss 01 -603 5071 | edward@principlehr.ie

30+ days ago

Sonographer

Three Q RecruitmentSouth Dublin, DublinFull-timePart-time

Part time / Full- time Sonographer jobs at a leading hospital in South Dublin. Flexible hours. If you are a Sonographer that is looking for work-life balance or if you would like to train in other imaging disciplines then this may be the job for you. The radiology department of a leading South Dublin hospital is looking for a part-time Sonographer to work 1 or 2 days a week. This is suitable for someone who is looking for flexible working arrangements.There is also a position open for a Ultrasonographer who is available full-time. If you’re looking to be part of an adaptive and supportive team that’s passionate about delivering cutting edge care and a quality patient experience then send your CV to cvs@3qrecruitment.ie with CA-17219 in the subject line or call Clare on 01-905-9333 for more information. Given its proximity to the M50, it is easily accessible from Wicklow and Kildare. Parking is subsidised. It is also well connected by public transport and employees can avail of the Tax Saver bus and rail scheme. Job title: Sonographer (Part-time) Location: Dublin South Salary: DOE Hours: Part-time / Full-time Benefits: Located just off the M-50 and in close proximity to the N11, the hospital is easy to get to and offers subsidised parking. If you use public transport, it is a 10-minute walk away from a Luas stop and a number of buses from Central, North, West and East Dublin intersect here Convenience is key with local creches being within walking distance, on-site banking, on-site dry-cleaning (collection & delivery) and subsidised on-site cafés and discounts at local businesses If you’re looking to develop professionally, this hospital is one of the most technologically advanced in the country. You get study support for third level courses, including financial support and study leave Looking out for you long-term, they have an excellent pension scheme, a generous sick pay scheme, and life assurance. Once you complete 2 years of service, you’ll receive income protection and paid maternity leave Requirements: CORU registration Qualification in Diagnostic Radiography or equivalent Post-graduate qualification in sonography Experience in general ultrasound To apply, send your CV to cvs@3qrecruitment.ie with CA-17219 in the subject line or call Clare on 01-905-9333 for more information. Three Q Perms and Temps is your hands-on recruitment team. We are the only recruitment company in Ireland to provide post placement supports to those we have helped find their new job. As Recruiters we are dedicated to helping job seekers find their right job - through our recruitment services, interview and CV tips in our weekly blogs and with our CSR activities with Jobcare. We are passionate about finding the right people for the right jobs - you can trust us to help you when you decide to move to enhance your career.

30+ days ago

Senior Administrative Officer Grade V

Dublin City UniversityDublinFull-timePermanent

DCU Institute of Education Senior Administrative Officer (Grade V) Permanent General Dublin City University (www.dcu.ie) is a research-intensive, globally-engaged, dynamic institution that is distinguished by both the quality and impact of its graduates and its focus on the translation of knowledge into societal and economic benefit. Excellence in its education and research activities has led to its consistent ranking in the top 50 of the world’s young universities (QS Top 50 under 50). The DCU Institute of Education is the newest faculty of Dublin City University. It is based in a state-of- the-art purpose-built facility on the DCU St Patrick’s Campus in Drumcondra. Established in 2016 as Ireland’s first university Faculty of Education, it has a staff of more than 130 full-time academics and a student body in excess of 4,000. The Institute brings together students of education across all sectors from early childhood, to primary and post primary and further and higher education and offers a rich menu of taught and research-based post-graduate programmes, at doctoral, masters, diploma and certificate levels. Senior Administrative Officer The Institute is seeking to recruit a Senior Administrative Officer. This position is located within the Faculty Office and is a key operations management and administrative leadership role. Reporting is to the Faculty Manager or nominee. The post holder will lead the team providing administrative support to the six faculty schools and two Denominational Centres. S/he will take primary responsibility for the Faculty Office HR function and will also support the Faculty Manager on financial and accounts management. S/he will also be assigned discrete Faculty projects. Duties and Responsibilities The duties attached to this post include, but are not limited to, the following: 1. Line manage and develop the faculty School Support team 2. Oversee provision of efficient and comprehensive administrative services to Faculty Schools and Centres 3. Deliver the Faculty Office HR administrative function 4. Support the Faculty Manager on budget development and financial management and act as first point of contact for budget holders 5. Work collaboratively with key stakeholders, including Heads of Schools, to identify and deliver quality enhancements 6. Contribute to the Faculty administration management team 7. Undertake any other duties as may be assigned by the Faculty Manager or nominee. Due to on-going developments within the Faculty and the University at large, the range of duties and responsibilities of the post holder will be subject to change. Person Specification The successful candidate must hold a primary degree, with a minimum of 3 years relevant experience. Applicants must have a proven track record in administration in a complex or large-scale organisation over a number of years. Applicants must possess strong IT, problem solving skills and admin process design and improvement skills. Excellent interpersonal, communication and organisational skills are essential. The candidate should have the ability and confidence to make decisions on a wide range of administration-related matters. S/He should be able to demonstrate their potential in relation to motivating and developing a team. Experience in line management of staff is desirable. The successful candidate should be able to demonstrate: 1. excellent problem-solving abilities and a capacity for proactive thinking and planning 2. the potential to lead and develop a team 3. competence in use of complex IT systems 4. excellent interpersonal, communication and writing skills 5. a positive work ethic, outlook and a demonstrable commitment to high quality in their work 6. the ability to work independently as well as part of a team 7. strong quantitative reasoning skills Salary scale €47,386 -€57,099 * per annum (Grade V) appropriate point of the Grade V scale, in line with current Government pay policy. Informal enquiries Informal enquiries may be addressed to Maeve.Fitzpatrick@dcu.ie Please do not send applications to this email address, instead apply as described below. Closing Date: Thursday 25th July 2019 Application Procedure Application forms are available from the DCU Current Vacancies (Open Competitions) website at http://www.dcu.ie/vacancies/current.shtml and also from the Human Resources Department, Dublin City University, Dublin 9. Tel: +353 (0) 1 700 5149 Applications should be submitted by email to hr.applications@dcu.ie or by Fax: +353 (0)1 700 5500 or by post to the Human Resources Department, Dublin City University, Dublin 9 Please clearly state the role you are applying for in your application and email subject line: Job Ref #: BC0420A Senior Administrative Officer (Grade V) Dublin City University is an equal opportunities employer

30+ days ago

Work Experience In Spain

www.meddeas.comGraduateVolunteer

Work Experience in Spain – Last Call! – Language Assistants in Private Schools Are you a last-year student or recent graduate looking for a valuable professional experience in Spain? We encourage candidates interested in becoming Language Assistants to apply no later than 15 May. Participants receive a monthly pay, TEFL-related training (paid by the program), and ongoing in-country support. This is a serious and structured program with no fees, which enables participants to teach English in Spain and gain international experience. After the first few days at school, participants will be asked to use their own initiative, find resources and prepare their own engaging and fun activities or games. Important Dates Deadline: candidates are encouraged to apply before 19 July 2019 Program length (academic year in Spain): Sept./Oct. 2019 to May/June 2020 Doubts? Interested? Send an email to candidates@meddeas.es “This is an opportunity to learn new skills in a teaching environment, even if teaching is not a future career goal: skills such as classroom management and of course organizational, planning, time management along with many other skills. Overcoming challenges within the classroom on a regular basis improves your ability to adapt and use your initiative in certain situations. Learning a new language is another great advantage, even though it is difficult to learn the language, it is still a positive experience,” Kealan M., former participant Don't miss out on our participants' testimonials on the Meddeas Language Assistants' blog. Join us for news and updates on Facebook and Youtube. Highlights:

30+ days ago

Administrative Officer Grade Iv

Dublin City UniversityDublinFull-timePermanent

DCU Institute of Education Administrative Officer (Grade IV) Permanent Introduction The DCU Institute of Education is the newest faculty of Dublin City University. Established in 2016 as Ireland’s first university faculty of education, it has a staff of more than 140 full-time academics, an administrative team of 28 and a student body in excess of 4,000. The Institute brings together students of education across all sectors from early childhood, to primary and post-primary and further and higher education. As well as providing a range of undergraduate programmes in education, the Institute offers a rich menu of taught and research-based post-graduate programmes at doctoral, masters, diploma and certificate levels. Administrative Officer The Institute is seeking to recruit an Administrative Officer in the Faculty Office. The person appointed will report to the Faculty Manager or nominee. Duties and Responsibilities The post holder will provide comprehensive administrative support in a number of specified areas, as determined by the Faculty Manager or nominee(s). The areas for which the post-holder will be responsible are multi-faceted in nature. The role involves the use of multiple business systems, adherence to strict deadlines, the ability to deal efficiently with large volumes of data and to simultaneously progress multiple processes. Due to on-going developments within the Faculty and the University at large, the range of duties and responsibilities of the post holder will be subject to change. The principal duties and responsibilities of the post may include, but are not limited to, the following: 1. Examinations and Assessment Administration : processing a large volume of results to deadline while maintaining data accuracy, quality and integrity; producing reports and providing high quality support for internal review and examinations boards; advising on and ensuring compliance with relevant regulations. 2. Academic Programme Administration: drafting and validating key programme documents, including academic structures and programme regulations; advising chairs and programme boards on university regulations; maintaining an accurate programme record on the Student Information System; providing the secretariat to programme boards; supporting programme accreditation and review. 3. Timetabling: planning for and generating timetables for a large number of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, ensuring the requirements of each programme, school and student group are met; working collaboratively within and outside the Faculty to find solutions to timetable challenges; generation of reports, extraction and analysis of timetabling data, and maintenance of records associated with the timetabling function; participate in ongoing timetable system developments. 4. Research Administration: including provision of secretariat to the Faculty’s research committees; support for research student registration and scholarship funding allocation; acting as purchasing approver on research-related accounts. 5. Student Recruitment: work collaboratively with faculty and university colleagues to ensure marketing materials are accurate and of high quality; as necessary, participate in student recruitment events. The post-holder may also be asked to provide general administrative support associated with HR, finance, marketing and other areas of activity that fall within the broader remit of the Faculty Administrative team. Person specification Applicants for the above post must hold a degree or equivalent and have a proven track record in administration in a higher education environment. The successful applicant will be well organised, capable of co-ordinating and progressing tasks on their own initiative, and be able to contribute to the on-going development and refinement of administrative processes. S/he will be flexible, possess an ability to work effectively as part of a wider administrative team, and have excellent written, communication and interpersonal skills. Applications from candidates who have a demonstrable track record in effectively administering multifaceted processes and operations, and/or who have participated in company- or institution-wide projects would be particularly welcome. Experience in the use of DCU systems such as ITS, Discoverer, Guru or Syllabus+ would be welcome. The competencies required for this post are: 1. Building & Maintaining Relationships Ability to develop and maintain good working relationships with colleagues and others in a supportive manner, within and outside the organisation. Ability to show respect for the contribution of others. Experience of working successfully in a team environment. 2. Personal Effectiveness/Excellence Is effective in planning, organising and managing their workload. Effective time management skills, the ability to multi- task and prioritise in a busy deadline driven work environment. Ability to develop standing operating procedures and experience of training staff would be desirable. 3. Problem solving and Decision Making Demonstrates capacity to analyse and interpret information. Ability to identify key issues, solution oriented and knows when to consult with others to inform decision making. 4. IT Skills Excellent IT systems with experience in report writing, use of large databases, data manipulation and collation of data from various sources into report format. Proven ability to learn new systems. 5. Communication Actively listens and communicates in a clear manner. Uses a variety of communication methods in a professional way and appropriate to the audience. Can communicate the demands of the task at hand to relevant stakeholders in an engaging and convincing manner, in order to progress a project effectively. Salary scale: €35,321 - €52,791* per annum appropriate point of the salary scales, in line with current Government pay policy. Informal enquiries to: Caitríona Ní Mhurchú, Assistant Faculty Manager, Institute of Education, email caitriona.nimhurchu@dcu.ie, telephone 01-884-2149 Closing Date: 26th July 2019 Application Procedure Application forms are available from the DCU Current Vacancies (Open Competitions) website at http://www.dcu.ie/vacancies/current.shtml and also from the Human Resources Department, Dublin City University, Dublin 9. Tel: +353 (0) 1 700 5149 Applications should be submitted by email to hr.applications@dcu.ie or by Fax: +353 (0)1 700 5500 or by post to the Human Resources Department, Dublin City University, Dublin 9 Please clearly state the role you are applying for in your application and email subject line: Job Ref: #BC0410 Administrative Officer (Grade IV) Dublin City University is an equal opportunities employer

30+ days ago

Assistant Faculty Manager

Dublin City UniversityDublinFull-timeGraduate

DCU Institute of Education Assistant Faculty Manager (Grade VI) (Placement and Operations) 18 month contract Introduction The DCU Institute of Education is the newest faculty of Dublin City University. Established in 2016 as Ireland’s first university faculty of education, it has a staff of more than 140 full-time academics, an administrative team of 28 and a student body in excess of 4,000. The Institute brings together students of education across all sectors from early childhood, to primary and post-primary and further and higher education. As well as providing a range of undergraduate programmes in education, the Institute offers a rich menu of taught and research-based post-graduate programmes at doctoral, masters, diploma and certificate levels. Assistant Faculty Manager The Institute is seeking to recruit an Assistant Faculty Manager (AFM). This position is located within the Faculty Office and is a key administrative management and leadership role. The AFM supports the Faculty Manager in establishing appropriate and rigorous regulatory structures and is expected to make a significant contribution to the attainment of the Faculty’s strategic objectives. The AFM reports directly to the Faculty Manager. The AFM is responsible for the effective and efficient delivery of placement administrative supports through their leadership of the Placement Office. This team administers placements for approx. 3,000 students across a range of school and professional settings. The AFM is also responsible for managing implementation of the Institute’s placement management system (METIS 2.0). The AFM has responsibility for key faculty operations, including oversight of space allocation and management of the faculty’s relationship with Estates and ISS. He/she also manages the DCU Institute of Education Helpdesk which provides first point of contact support to the general public, prospective students and IoE placement students. Duties and Responsibilities The duties attached to this post include, but are not limited to, the following:  Lead and manage a team of administrative staff to ensure delivery of core operational objectives  Ensure the delivery of best-practice placement administrative support; work with Placement Directors/Coordinators to implement strategic initiatives and to establish a consistent approach across settings and programmes.  Assume responsibility for full transition to the Institute placement management system (METIS 2.0) and, in tandem, capture as-is processes and replace with a single administrative operating procedure across all placement types  Manage secretariat provision to the Faculty Placements and Related Partnerships Committee and, in conjunction with relevant academic and administrative staff, manage and coordinate faculty-based administrative support in respect of committee activities, liaising with central offices as appropriate  Manage the Institute’s Helpdesk to ensure best practice in relation to first-point-of-contact support to students, prospective students and the general public  Oversee the faculty’s space allocation and manage the faculty relationship with Estates and ISS  Devise, implement and monitor quality assurance mechanisms to ensure the accuracy, completeness and integrity of processes within the Faculty, of data maintained by the Faculty and/or provided by the Faculty to central units  Contribute significantly to the Faculty administrative management team and to the on-going enhancement and development of the Faculty administrative framework  Working with relevant units across the University, monitor and review systems which support faculty activities to identify quality enhancements  Assume responsibility for the management of specific projects, as directed by the Faculty Manager  Represent the Faculty at university-level  Develop and maintain a high level of awareness of, and familiarity with, policy and other developments within the HE and other sectors, in so far as these may impact on the Faculty, and faculty administration in particular  Liaise with senior personnel in external bodies such as the Teaching Council, funding agencies, other HEIs Person Specification Candidates should hold a primary degree and must be able to demonstrate a track record of achievement in administration management. A minimum of five years relevant experience is required. S/he must be capable of exercising judgement and making decisions on a range of administrative matters and should have the ability to identify and implement solutions to complex problems. Excellent organisational, influencing, communication and negotiating skills are essential. The appointee must be able to demonstrate the potential to motivate and develop a team. Salary scale: €51,992 -€73,828* per annum (Grade VI) appropriate point of the Assistant Faculty Manager (Administrator 1-Grade VI) salary scale, in line with current Government pay policy. Closing Date: Thursday 25th July 2019 Informal enquiries Informal enquiries may be addressed to Maeve.Fitzpatrick@dcu.ie. Please do not send applications to this email address, instead apply as described below. Application Procedure Application forms are available from the DCU Current Vacancies (open Competitions) website at http://www.dcu.ie/vacancies/current.shtml and also from the Human Resources Department, Dublin City University, Dublin 9. Tel: +353 (0) 1 700 5149 Applications should be submitted by email to hr.applications@dcu.ie or by Fax: +353 (0)1 700 5500 or by post to the Human Resources Department, Dublin City University, Dublin 9 Please clearly state the role you are applying for in your application and email subject line: Job Ref #: BC0421A Assistant Faculty Manager (Placement and Operations) Grade VI Dublin City University is an equal opportunities employer

30+ days ago
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