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  • Sous Chef required for busy and popular South Dublin bistro and restaurant. (Dublin 6W)

    Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

    This is a senior position, so applicants will need to have a very strong personality, ability to work under pressure with a large menu choice to a high standard.

    Food here is extremely well cooked, well presented based around an innovative menu.

    You must have proven experience in kitchen management with issues such as waste management, HACCP, Hygiene, and staff relations.

    Salary is negotiable depending on experience.

    Please PM in confidence with an up to date CV and referee contacts & salary expectations where possible for an immediate interview.




  • [FONT=Arial, sans-serif][FONT=Times New Roman, serif]Where I'm working in Tipperary is looking for a Development Engineer / Senior Development Engineer (Formulation)

    [/FONT][/FONT][FONT=Times New Roman, serif]Qualifications[/FONT]
    • [FONT=Times New Roman, serif]
    • From 4 to 10 years experience in Pharmaceutical Solid Dosage Form Development and Manufacturing
    • Strong technical leadership skills.
    • Strong people leadership skills are a plus.
    • Bachelors or postgraduate degree in Chemical or Process Engineering or a Science related discipline.
    • Ability to communicate and work effectively in both cross functional and cross cultural environments.
    • Proven Project Management skills in a lean manufacturing environment.[/FONT]
    PM me if more details are required.




  • Hi ruairi, please use www.adverts.ie for posting occasional type work.




  • Eoin wrote: »
    Hi ruairi, please use www.adverts.ie for posting occasional type work.
    Will do, thanks for the pointer!


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  • Please see

    www.jccatering.ie/recruit

    Best of Luck.............




  • Post deleted - please note the opening post.
    Eoin wrote: »
    This thread is for posting any job vacancies that are available in your organisation.

    Before posting, please remember the following:
    • This is not for agencies or organisations - just for established boards.ie users. Do not sign up just to post a vacancy here.




  • All filled.

    We've still open vacancies at the moment:

    Product Marketing Manager

    Level 3 Support engineer (software support, not a sysadmin role)

    Software tester

    Mixture of Support/Development - would suit someone who has experience in supporting web-based software and has a good knowledge of standard web dev technologies.

    We also have a senior developer/team lead role - no spec online yet, but I can give some details.

    PM me if you want more detail on any of these.




  • We are recruiting an Database/ETL Developer.

    Location: CORK

    Experience Required:
    2+ years experience with Microsoft SQL Server 2000/2005 & Oracle 11i MS SSAS OLAP
    • 2+ years experience in TSQL / MySQL, SQL Server 2000 / 2005, SQL Reporting Services, Oracle 11i


    PM me for more info.




  • the new petrol station being built near the Chuck Wagon has a sign up saying they are looking for cv's (it's a centra/super mac's)


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  • the new petrol station being built near the Chuck Wagon has a sign up saying they are looking for cv's (it's a centra/super mac's)

    I applied to supermac's but they say they hav already hired their staff, would any one know how to apply for centra?




  • Researcher
    Bioelectronics Research Cluster - NCBES
    Electrical and Electronic Engineering – Engineering & Informatics
    Ref. No. NUIG 66-11

    Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for a full-time one-year fixed term contract position for a Researcher in the development and clinical testing of an Ultra WideBand (UWB)-based biomedical monitoring system. The successful candidate will work in the Electrical & Electronic Engineering discipline, as part of the Bioelectronics Research Cluster of the National Centre for Biomedical Engineering Science, NUI Galway.

    The project aims to commence in October/November 2011, and is funded by the Enterprise Ireland Commercialisation Programme. The project is funded for two years, receipt of the second year funding being based on achieving project milestones during the first year. This appointment will be made initially on a one year basis, with the possibility of extension for a further year.

    Essential Skills
    • A primary honours degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering or related discipline.
    • PhD, Post-Doctoral, or industry experience, in wideband RF analogue circuit (discrete component) transmitter and receiver design, implementation, integration and test for antenna-based systems.

    Desirable Skills
    • Digital systems hardware and software design and implementation
    • Embedded systems integration and testing
    • Experience in Ultra Wide Band (UWB) system development
    • Development of DSP algorithms for modeling and processing of UWB radar returns
    • Biomedical device clinical testing
    • Biomedical device regulatory compliance
    • Electromagnetic Compatibility testing.
    • Electronic systems product development
    • Strong communication skills
    For informal discussion about this post please contact Dr. Fearghal Morgan at [email protected]
    Salary: The salary for the post is €38,286 - €49,468 per annum (commensurate with qualifications and experience)

    Applications: Candidates are requested to submit a cover letter, CV (Word or PDF format only) and the names and addresses of three referees via e-mail to Dr. Fearghal Morgan ([email protected]).

    Please ensure to put the reference number NUIG-66-11 subject line of e-mail application.

    The closing date for receipt of applications is 5pm on Friday 30th September 2011.
    National University of Ireland, Galway is an equal opportunity employer.




  • Looking for Web Programmer/Back-end Developer for partnership in new Web-Based Start-up. The project is based in Sligo. This is a permanent position with ownership incentives.

    You will need to be well-versed in PHP and API code. Creativity and big-picture-vision a must. Proven track records will get first priority for interviews. Send examples and links of your work with you CV/Cover Letter to:

    LS
    Box Number:SL505C
    Sligo

    Thank you.




  • Tesco Rush is now hiring staff for all departments.




  • msg11 wrote: »
    Tesco Rush is now hiring staff for all departments.

    I checked their site there but theres no mention of rush, any idea how one applies for a job there? Since its not open yet




  • Can we keep the chat off this thread please & thank you!

    Edit - 1 digital marketing full time vacancy available; pm for details.




  • I have a vacancy for a full time nurse in my nursing home in Mitchelstown, Co Cork.

    PM me for details




  • http://www.treecouncil.ie/

    Job Opportunity

    Position: Office Administrator

    Tree Council of Ireland
    Seismograph House, Rathfarnham Castle, Dublin 14

    Closing date for receipt of applications: 5.00pm Friday, September 30, 2011.


    Position Title: Office Administrator
    Job type: Part-time, one year contract
    Hours: 20 hours per week comprising four days a week, Monday to Thursday, from 9.30am until 2.30pm.
    Organisation: The Tree Council of Ireland is a charitable, non-governmental organisation that works to create awareness of our heritage of trees and woodlands and promotes the planting, care, conservation and enjoyment of trees. Formed in 1985, it is the umbrella body for almost 50 member organisations, voluntary and statutory, which are connected by their appreciation of trees and their interest in biodiversity and environmental matters. At national level, its leading activities include the organisation of National Tree Week in March and Tree Day for primary schools in October.
    Location: Seismograph House, Rathfarnham Castle, Rathfarnham, Dublin 14.
    Reports to: Executive Director
    Salary: €20,800.
    Start Date: October 24, 2011.
    Job Description
    The Tree Council of Ireland is seeking an Office Administrator to take on a varied and interesting workload and provide the administrative support within its organisation. The role involves general office management, book-keeping and administrative tasks. The successful applicant will be involved in many activities and will be a key player in ensuring the effectiveness and efficiency of the Council’s operation.
    Tasks and Responsibilities
    • Provide administrative support to the Executive Director, President, and other staff should the situation arise
    • Use a range of office software including email, word-processing, spreadsheets and databases
    • Manage and update website and maintain the Council’s IT support
    • Maintain and manage filing systems, memberships and records; administrative, electronic and other
    • Contribute to the continuous improvement of administrative processes
    • Act as receptionist, answer the telephone and respond to enquiries
    • Undertake general office duties
    • Organise and despatch mailings and e-mailings to organisation members and others
    • Liaise with member organisations schools, local authorities, corporate sponsors and other agencies
    • Assist with administration of the Tree Council of Ireland’s Friends’ Scheme and tree sponsorship schemes
    • Process electronic payments and banking
    • Prepare salary payments for staff and maintain PRSI and PAYE records
    • Process appropriate returns and payments
    • Maintain up-to-date records of organisation’s income and expenditure
    • Assist in the preparation of end of year accounts and tax returns
    • Process payment of incoming invoices and expenses and monitor the organisation’s budget
    • Prepare and issue invoices and manage debtors
    • Act as Office Manager and manage the Council’s premises and supplies accordingly
    • Oversee the training and induction of volunteer administrative support staff
    • Assist with the production of publicity and promotional materials including leaflets, newsletters and reports
    • Attend conferences and training
    • Provide administrative support and assist with the organisation of conferences, launches, meetings and other events
    • Represent the Tree Council of Ireland on promotional stands at events
    • Contribute generally to the work of the Tree Council of Ireland, undertaking any other such relevant duties as may from time to time arise

    Person Specification
    Office Administrator
    Essential Requirements
    • Appropriate third level qualification certification
    • A minimum of two years’ experience in an office administration role
    • Knowledge of environmental issues
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
    • Ability to liaise with a wide range of agencies
    • Confidentiality, discretion and professionalism
    • Self confidence and ability to innovate within the realm of the administrative function
    • Ability to plan, prioritise and carry out tasks in an orderly way
    • Ability to be a self-starter and work on own initiative with limited supervision
    • Ability to multi-task, meet deadlines and manage a diverse and sometimes pressurised workload
    • Cooperative, dependable and flexible approach to work, both in terms of time and methods, with a
    willingness to embrace change
    • Ability to be flexible in relation to working hours around evenings and weekends in support of major events, meetings and promotions
    • Good book-keeping and numeracy skills
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office
    • Proficiency with electronic file management
    • Access to own transport with a clean driving licence essential
    • Willingness to travel as part of work
    Web editing skills and experience in updating websites, while desirable, are not essential

    ________________________________________
    Applications
    To apply, please submit your Curriculum Vitae and a covering letter briefly outlining your interest in working with the Tree Council of Ireland and highlighting your relevant skills and experience. Applications should be sent by e-mail to [email protected] by 5.00pm on Friday, September 30, 2011.
    The Tree Council of Ireland will shortlist applicants from all eligible applications received. The shortlisted applicants will be notified by telephone and will be required to attend for interview at a venue in Dublin on Tuesday, October 11, 2011. Intending applicants must ensure that they are available for interview on this date.




  • Posts deleted - please read the following before posting:
    Eoin wrote: »
    This thread is for posting any job vacancies that are available in your organisation.

    Before posting, please remember the following:
    • This is not for agencies or organisations - just for established boards.ie users. Do not sign up just to post a vacancy here.
    • Please post as much detail as possible, including:
      • job title
      • location
      • permanent/contract
      • full time/part time
      • basic description
      • desired qualifications/experience & remuneration package (if known)
      • A link to a job spec instead is fine, but please at least include a job title and location in the post.
      • contact details
    • If you'd rather give this info by PM, then please at least post some basic details on the thread.
    • Agencies are not to contact anyone who posts a job
    • This is for employment, not once-off jobs - use adverts.ie for service wanted/offered
    • It would be handy if you could PM a forum mod if the job has been filled, so the post can be updated.

    Please keep chat to a minimum - PM the poster for more details on a job spec.

    Please report any posts that aren't suitable. This isn't the place to debate salaries / commission only jobs etc; too much chat will make the thread hard to follow.




  • 2 positions available in start-up company, initially part-time (hours on agreement) but potentially leading to a full time position in the Irish Midlands (Laois/Kilkenny).

    Graphic Designer:
    Working knowledge of Adobe Illustrator, Indesign and Flash essential. More concerned with originality, ability and creativity than by qualifications or long experience. Ability to occasionally work from home would be an advantage. Hours are flexible and negotiable if needed.

    Primary Education Consultant:
    Must have either degree in education or experience in teaching ages 4 - 12. Must be computer literate with excellent analysis, linguistic and communication skills. Hours are flexible and negotiable if needed.

    Please PM if interested in further information


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  • Experienced Manager Required For Portobello Café Bistro

    Lennox Café Bistro, Portobello, Dublin 8 is currently recruiting an experienced restaurant manager. Specialising in great food in a casual atmospheric location, we need a strong person to join our growing team. The ideal candidate must be able to lead by example taking direction from management, must be able to motivate staff positively, and maintain high standards and friendly working environment on an ongoing basis. Lennox is a busy restaurant and will require the chosen candidate to roll their sleeves up and get ‘stuck in’.

    This is the perfect role for anyone who is passionate about food, high quality service and has a desire to do well.
    Key industry experience of one or more years is a must
    IT and social media skills required
    Pleasant and friendly front of house manner is essential
    This is a full time position working 5 days out of seven including weekends.
    Candidates must be fluent in written and spoken English

    Interested parties, please email your CV in confidence to [email protected]




  • Temporary Sales Colleague position - The Philips Shop




  • I checked their site there but theres no mention of rush, any idea how one applies for a job there? Since its not open yet
    I would imagine that's the new tesco at Blakes Cross that was intended??




  • Posts deleted, please read this:
    Eoin wrote:
    This is not for agencies or organisations - just for established boards.ie users. Do not sign up just to post a vacancy here.




  • Concern Worldwide is an Irish-based non-governmental, international, humanitarian organisation dedicated to the reduction of suffering and working towards the ultimate elimination of extreme poverty in the world’s poorest countries.

    Job Objectives:
    • To work with the Fundraising Systems Manager to ensure that the Fundraising systems are developed to meet the strategic CRM requirements of Concern.
    • To work with the Fundraising Systems Manager to ensure the integrity of the Fundraising databases
    • To assist Fundraising system users on the most effective use of the CRM systems and data.
    • To be responsible for Fundraising data including data migration to and from external sources and partners.

    Essential Skills:
    • Extensive knowledge and experience of database architecture
    • Excellent interpersonal skills
    • Excellent analytical skills with a logical approach to problem solving.
    • Experience in conducting acceptance testing.


    Principal areas of Responsibility:
    • To be responsible for the integrity of the Fundraising database, ensuring data input standards are set and adhered to by internal and external users.
    • To assist mentoring of first line of support in Fundraising Systems Team.
    • To provide second level support for all users of the Fundraising database.
    • To ensure that the requirements of relevant UK, Irish and EU data protection legislation are complied with on the Fundraising database by all relevant users.
    • To work as part of the Fundraising Systems team using systems analysis to develop new and improve existing processes and procedures to maximize effectiveness, efficiency and service to donors.
    • To investigate new software applications to aid data integrity.
    • To liaise with Concern staff in ROI and UK offices regarding data migration and transformation with external contractors.
    • Assist and advise on development of best practise processes and procedures regarding CRM systems and data solutions.
    • Lead user acceptance testing to ensure that new System versions can easily, quickly and accurately be used by end users.
    • Other duties as may be reasonably requested by the Fundraising Systems Manager.

    All applications MUST go through jobs.concern.net The closing date for applications is October 13th.

    I've been working with Concern, in a different department, for a few months and I can really recommend the team and the way things work.

    I'm not involved at all in this recruitment process.

    EDIT: If anyone wants to discuss what it's like working for Concern etc, or has questions about this job, feel free to start a new thread and PM me the link. If it's questions I don't know the answer to I'll ask the team that's recruiting.




  • We have a lots of vacancies with my employer across all departments. See the list here.
    http://www.candidatemanager.net/allianzworldwidecare/
    There is also a recruitment open evening next Thurday 13th October in the Clarion Hotel, IfSC
    http://e-edition.metroherald.ie/2011/10/07/27.html

    If anyone wants more info, feel free to pm me




  • Revenue have posted about an Open Competition for ICT professionals or graduates. Closing date 24th October.

    http://www.revenue.ie/en/about/careers.html




  • sligo_job wrote: »
    Looking for Web Programmer/Back-end Developer for partnership in new Web-Based Start-up. The project is based in Sligo. This is a permanent position with ownership incentives.

    You will need to be well-versed in PHP and API code. Creativity and big-picture-vision a must. Proven track records will get first priority for interviews. Send examples and links of your work with you CV/Cover Letter to:

    LS
    Box Number:SL505C
    Sligo

    Thank you.
    Please append
    The Sligo Champion - LS
    to the address as the first batch got delayed in post.

    Full address should read,
    The Sligo Champion - LS
    Box Number SL505C
    Sligo
    Ireland.
    Thank you!
    Interviews starting the 24th Oct.




  • I have just put this job up on Enniskillen Job Centre. It will be based in Enniskillen. PM me for more info and email address to forward your CVs

    JUNIOR MECHANICAL SERVICES ENGINEER

    Job Duties:
    Working with detailed diagrams, plans and drawings.
    Using specialist computer-aided design (CAD) software.
    Monitoring building systems and processes.
    Ensuring that the design and maintenance of building systems meets legislative and health and safety requirements.

    Experience / Skills:
    Must have a third level qualification or equivalent in Engineering or have administrative experience within the construction industry.
    A good working knowledge of computer-aided design (CAD) an advantage but training will be given.
    A Safepass or CSR card will be required as this position is based on construction site.

    Rate of Pay will be discussed at interview stage.

    Accommodation will be provided if necessary.


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  • We are looking for a wide demographic of people who have never shopped online (and plenty that have also) to review and help us give feedback on a range of websites.

    This is a freelance position and I would like you to send a PM to me with your email address and full name, so you can be contacted with relevant jobs.


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