Rural Community Health Worker


Full Time

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This is a new and exciting non clinical post for someone who engages well with people. and enjoys engaging with people, has knowledge of the broad range of supports and services provided by community and voluntary organisations has an interest in Community Mental Health and works from an awareness of the social determinants of health. The post will be managed by the (IRD Duhallow).

The post holder will also have a reporting relationship to the employing organisation ) in the local area as well as a local steering group comprised of local representation/stakeholders with representatives from CKHC HSE.

The posts are funded by CKCH HSE Mental Health Services and are administer and supported through Cork North Community Work Department CKCH HSE.

The overall aim of the post:

The Rural Community Health Work post will form part of a team of rural community health workers across rural areas of North Cork inclusive of IRD Duhallow, Ballyhoura Development and Avondhu Blackwater working with and enhancing existing services to support the development and delivery of a Community Health Programme locally, which is modelled a an existing model of a Community Health Worker The role of a Community Health Worker focuses on improving the health and lifestyle of a community through a series of health focused initiatives that build on existing services and facilities.

The areas of suicide prevention, intervention and postvention in the rural communities will also be supported by this post.

  • Suicide Prevention: explores ways of mitigating the risk of suicide in the community i.e. by empowering people to be aware of and encouraged to engage in activities that contribute to their overall mental, physical health and wellbeing.
  • Suicide Intervention: seeks to inform members of the community with up to date and relevant information in how to access support services for themselves or others who are emotionally vulnerable and maybe having thoughts of suicide – it also includes informing the community of the range of mental health/wellbeing/suicide prevention training modules that are available both face to face and online.
  • Suicide postvention: offers anyone bereaved or affected by suicide information on thesupports available i.e. via the (SBLO service) – Suicide Bereavement Liaison service – Samaritans etc. ‘Lighting the Way’ bereavement resource – postvention also seeks to prepare professionals in the local area by the establishment of designated postvention network that would work together to create a localised postvention policy that is enacted after a critical incident has taken place – the formation of this postvention network is supported by targeted online postvention training for designated and established groups – to support the community in the aftermath of suspected suicide.

Roles and responsibilities

Overall role:

The Rural Community Health Worker Service is a collaborative initiative between Local Development Partnership Groups and the CKCH HSE. The service aims to link persons into local activities within their communities to improve their health and well-being.

The role is to develop and deliver Community Health Initiatives specific to the needs of the local population and area.

Principal responsibilities

  1. To undertake holistic needs assessments and work in partnership with the individuals and groups in the community to increase overall health and wellbeing.
  2. Development of a series of health focused initiatives in partnership with local community, organisations, steering group etc as per the needs of the local community and population groups
  3. Liaise with other CHWs and projects in terms of shared learning and development of best practice models
  4. To establish and maintain effective liaison with stakeholders including health services (e.g Health & Social care professionals, GPs , PHN, Community Mental Health Teams etc ), voluntary, social and education resources, attending relevant meetings as necessary and engaging with Community Health Network Structures as appropriate.
  5. To asset map the resources and activities available, and to identify gaps through working in partnership with all voluntary and community organisations to build a comprehensive database of local resources to support the service delivery.
  6. To ensure information on sources of voluntary and community support is up to date at all times to enable effective and accurate signposting and linking of individuals with services.
  7. To work with local services/stakeholders to bring awareness of the service and its focus on promotion of health and wellbeing in the local area.
  8. Work closely with the service steering group which will include representation from all stakeholder groups to support the on-going development, monitoring and evaluation of the programme.
  9. Provide bi-monthly comprehensive outcome focused reports detailing the progress of the service
  10. To keep records of your work and adhere to confidentiality, information sharing protocols and provide monitoring information as required.
  11. To work flexibly as required by the service and to take part in relevant meetings and events to promote, support and celebrate the work of the service
  12. To provide a personalised, responsive and flexible service to all persons accessing the service
  13. To disseminate a range of information on local support services and pathways to care
  14. Introduce and work with local key community partners on the establishment of the postvention network – being guided and informed by the following HSE supported resources – Suicide Prevention in the Community: ‘A Practical Guide to community based organisations’ – You are not alone ‘Support for people who have been bereaved by suicide’ – Lighting the Way Cork North ‘An information resource to support people who are bereaved through suicide’

Relevant 3rd level qualification or equivalent.

Each candidate must, at the latest date for receipt of completed application form for the post have:

(a) A relevant qualification in Community Work / Community Development / Community Education / Community Mental Health e.g. a certificate, diploma or degree in Youth and Community Work / Community Education.

OR

(b) At least two years’ experience relevant to the post.

Essential Requirements

Skills

  • One-to-one support skills. § Facilitation skills.
  • Group Work.
  • Report Writing.
  • Good Research Skills. § Good I.T. Skills.
  • Excellent Communication skills
  • Strengths and Needs Assessment tools/methods. § Planning & Evaluation.
  • Team work and working on own initiative.

Access to own transport & full clean drivers licence (employer indemnity will be required).

Experience/Knowledge

Minimum 2yrs experience in a related field (see details on Professional Qualifications, Experience and Eligibility above)

  • Experience and knowledge of community based programmes available in local area.
  • Proven experience of facilitation & group work. § Knowledge of social determinants of health
  • Knowledge of and experience of networking with voluntary, community & statutory agencies in local area.
  • Experience of working across a range of groups and age ranges. § Knowledge of Mental Health initiatives/national Mental Health  Campaigns
  • Knowledge of issues/factors affecting poor and positive mental health. § Knowledge of the benefits of life-long learning/adult education.
  • Ability to work on own initiative and on developing projects.

Education

  • A 3rd Level qualification in a relevant field or equivalent (see details on Professional Qualifications, Experience and Eligibility above)
  • A good standard of education (both formal and informal education/training considered).
  • Open to own learning and development.

Values

  • Community Development values § Social Inclusion Ethos
  • Social Justice ethos § Anti-discrimination § Anti-poverty
  • Equal Opportunities ethos

Personality

  • Impartial
  • Non-judgemental
  • Pragmatic
  • Flexible approach
  • Enthusiastic
  • Honest
  • Trust worthy
  • Confidential

The lower age limit applying to this post is 18 years. The upper age limit for this competition is 65 years. (In accordance with current legislation).

Any candidate, who reaches the age of 65 years prior to appointment, will cease to be eligible and therefore, will not be appointed to the post.

A panel may be created from which permanent and specified purpose vacancies of full/part-time duration may be filled.

The above Job Description is not intended to be a comprehensive list of all duties involved and consequently, the post-holder may be required to perform other duties as appropriate to the post which may be assigned to him/her from time-to-time and to contribute to the development of the post while in office.

FURTHER DETAILS CAN BE FOUND IN THE ATTACHED JOB SPECIFICATION SHEET.

Please send cv and cover letter to duhallow@irdduhallow.com

Forward CV to Triona Dennehy
duhallow@irdduhallow.com
02960633

Applications must be received by 31st of January 2022 at 5pm

Apprentice – Electronic Security Systems


The overall duration of this apprenticeship is a minimum of 4 years provided all phases are successfully completed. On successful completion of the programme the learner is awarded a level 6 Advanced Certificate Craft – Electronic Security Systems.

Role
The craftsperson is required to design, plan, risk assess, install, program and commission a wide range of integrated security systems in line with all the relevant Irish and EU standards. These security systems include Intruder Alarms, Fire Alarms, CCTV Systems, Single and Multi-Point Control Systems, Intercom Systems, Gate Automation Systems, Perimeter Control Systems, Electronic Tagging and any other equipment relevant to the industry.

The craftsperson is also required to compile system and customer documentation, demonstrate systems operation, train clients and system operators, carry out system analysis & investigation, maintain, repair and constantly assess the needs for upgrading of security systems.

At the end of the apprenticeship, the craftsperson will be able to demonstrate competence in the following skills:
Core Skills
-Selection, procurement, safe utilisation of and storage of security installation tools, equipment and materials. Assessment, interpretation and implementation of ETCI wiring regulations, installation inspection and testing procedures. Installation of plastic conduit, steel trunking and plastic trunking containment. Interpretation of circuit schematics, technical data, manufacturing standards and architectural drawings which incorporate IEC symbols Interpretation of equipment assembly, disassembly and adjustment procedures. Completion and updating of job-related documentation. Relevant basic IT skills appropriate to the trade. Awareness of Health & Safety requirements for the industry.
Skills Required
-Good IT skills
-Communications
-Customer relations
-Adaptability
– Teamwork
-Initiative
– Problem solving
-Planning
– Information gathering
Personal Skills
• Communications
• Customer relations
• Adaptability
• Teamwork
• Initiative
• Problem solving
• Planning
• Information gathering

Applications to: info@vitasafety.ie

Forward CV to Clement Carroll
info@vitasafety.ie

Full time Childcare position


Full Time

Job description

Company description

Boherbue Educare Centre is a Community Early Years and After Schools Service. We provide high quality Care and Early Education to children from 3 months – 12 years old. We have a beautiful purpose built center with a well-established dedicated team of Early Years Practitioners who are with our service for a number of years.

Job description

Boherbue Educare Centre are currently recruiting for a Full-Time Childcare Practitioner to cover a Maternity Leave Post in our Childcare and Early Years Services which are located in Boherbue, Co. Cork.

We are looking for enthusiastic candidates who have a great interest in working with young children throughout their early years.

This role is ideal for someone who has some experience in the Early Years Sector and is looking to further their career working within a dynamic, fun environment providing children with the very best care and educational standards daily.

As an Early Years Practitioner, you will be required to:

  • Ensure a safe and secure environment for the care, safety, and welfare of the children
  • Work in close co-operation with management in relation to the overall delivery of the service provided by the center
  • Engage the children in developmentally age appropriate learning activities to facilitate the individual growth of each child
  • Be flexible to work with all ages of the children
  • Maintain an organized, clean and safe environment for the children in line with Covid-19 policies
  • Demonstrate a strong understanding of Infectious Control Procedures and Medication Storage and Administration of Medication Polices
  • Complete daily reports of children’s interests (Learning Journals) and communicate children’s interests and progress with parents
  • Build relationships with parents on an ongoing basis
  • Plan long, short and medium-term plans using the Aistear and Siolta practice guide
  • Support the School Aged Service when required
  • Qualifications and Experience:
  • QQI Level 5 or above in Early Childhood Care & Education or an equivalent accepted by the Department if obtained outside of Ireland
    • Excellent communication and observation skills
    • An excellent work ethic and attitude
    • A genuine passion for Early Years Education and Children
    • Fluent written and oral English
    • A valid work permit and the right to work unrestricted in Ireland
    Flexibility is essential and a strong team ethos

Expected Term of Employment is February 2022 to – February 2023
Hours will vary from 7.30 am to 6pm Monday to Friday

Reference ID: Educare201

Contract length: 12 months

Full-time hours: 35 per week

Application deadline: 14/1/2022

Expected start date: 1/2/2022

Salary: €21,000.00-€23,000.00 per year

COVID-19 considerations:
We are operating our service under current Covid 19 Guidelines and Pods are in place within our service . You will be required to comply with our Covid 19 and Infectious Control Policies and Procedures

 

Forward CV to Elaine Murphy
info@boherbueeducare.ie
(029) 76800

Applications must be received by 14/1/2022

Carer position


Carer wanted for an older person in the Boherbue area

Please call 086 405 6478 for more information

Office Administrator for new start up business in North Cork


Part Time

Role & Responsibilities

  1. Customer Leads/Queries
    • Efficiently responding to customer queries (mostly on phone, email)
    • Dealing with all customer queries in a timely manner
    • Tracking potential customers (leads) and following up within defined timelines
  2. Customers Orders
    • Planning and prioritising customer orders & advising customer of expected delivery
    • Gathering customer document and information via email & phone
    • Complete internal online forms accurately
    • Complete pdf based forms and other paperworkaccurately
    • Submitting forms on behalf of customer and tracking to closure, following up as needed
    • Update and report order status in internal systems
    • Track and handling customer payments as needed
    • Liaising with management to ensure efficient delivery of orders
  3. Update Online Reports
    • Checking for errors in online reports
    • Fix errorsin online reports using internal systems based on defined processes
  4. General
    • Working well as part of a team and following the company’s policies and terms & conditions
    • Candidates need to be able to demonstrate experience and proficiency in IT including email, microsoft office (word and excel), pdf editors, online forms and other business applications.
    • Ability to self organise and track each customer step by step through business processes. Attention to detail and be diligent to ensure there are no errors when processing data provided by customers.
    • Complete general admins task as defined and agreed with management to agreed timelines.
    • Update business & customers metrics

For further information, contact Stephanie Moynihan on 029-60633 or stephanie.moynihan@irdduhallow.com

 

Required to start January 2022.

Preference for candidate to have facility to work from home.

Must have own computer/internet connection.

15-20 hours per week.

Forward CV to Stephanie
stephanie.moynihan@irdduhallow.com
James O'Keeffe Institute

Applications must be received by 17.12.2021
Full Time

Technical Sales Representative

Irish Rollforming

Work From Home

€40,000 – €50,000 per annum

Permanent | Full Time

 

This role is a perfect opportunity for a Technical Sales Representative with good relationship and customer management skills to become part of a high growth company. As an integral member of the team, you will be required to maintain, develop and increase the customer base. This role requires someone who is motivated and an independent self- starter, with keen industry knowledge who will be committed to building Irish Rollforming presence in the Laser/Plasma Profiling market.

 

Reporting to the Sales Manager, this will involve:

  • Identify, develop and qualify all business opportunities with both existing and newly identified customers.
  • Proactively build and expand customer relationships in existing base and new accounts.
  • Experience to working towards defined monthly, quarterly and yearly targets with a track record in success in a previous technical sales role
  • Use experience in the Laser/Plasma cutting industry to drive sales and win new accounts
  • Develop new ideas and new pathways to grow market share for the company including possible new markets explore
  • Develop and actively maintain in the nominated CRM system, a sales plan and opportunity funnel that will generate orders and revenue.
  • Research markets trends and keep abreast of business opportunities and activity in the region.
  • Take initiative in identifying sales and project opportunities in a timely manner and report in an efficient and organized way
  • Actively engage and communicate with colleagues, contribute with regular meetings with management
  • Undertake training and development in accordance with company policy
  • Work with the marketing department to advance our brand and develop our footprint in the market.

 

You will need to have:

 

  • 3rd Level education or equivalent.
  • Experience required in selling Laser/Plasma solutions into industry
  • Industry knowledge.
  • Extensive Product knowledge.
  • Strong time management.
  • Excellent Selling, negotiation and communication skills.
  • Clean Full driving license.

 

Skills:

  • Technical Sales
  • Area Management
  • Engineering Sales

 

Benefits:

  • Company Vehicle
  • Laptop
  • Mobile Phone
  • Performance Bonus

To apply, please send CV and Cover letter to tom@irishrollforming.ie

Forward CV to Tom Cambridge
tom@irishrollforming.ie
021 7333 987

Graduate Engineer – Manufacturing


Full Time

Graduate Engineer – Manufacturing

Irish Rollforming

Location: Mallow, County Cork, Ireland

Permanent | Full Time

Irish Rollforming was first established in 2010 as a cladding manufacturer. During the past number of years, the company and the product offering have grown extensively. Proud of their ‘traditional’ values, they are also driven by innovation. They continuously invest in people, products, and service, aspiring to be a great place to work and great people to work with.

 

Job Purpose:

This role will focus on the management and completion of day-to-day, structural and operational projects within agreed parameters; with particular focus on those related to process design and machinery.

 

Accountabilities:

The main accountabilities of this role are:

  • Implement process improvements in existing production lines in terms of cost reduction and increase efficiencies on the production line
  • Assist with project execution applying a structured stage gated process, ensuring all key deliverables are achieved
  • Design, develop and plan for new machine lines as they come on stream in 2022
  • Engage stakeholders to identify and define project requirements, scope and objectives
  • Ensure the project complies with legal requirements, especially health and safety
  • Maintain Project plans, establish effective communication and reporting and escalate issues as appropriate.
  • Make effective use of our internal ‘IRIS’ system to manage projects
  • Engage with suppliers and contractors on pricing for any projects, equipment or services
  • Coordinate contractors’ technical activities on site
  • Analyse company systems requirements and support the implementation of ERP system
  • Support Production by trouble shooting and problem solving using Lean techniques
  • Contribute to a positive and growth-focused team culture
  • Lead a safety-first environment
  • Assist with internal audits and product inspections
  • Compile reports and dashboards for management review

Education /Academic Qualifications:

  • Batchelor’s degree in either Mechanical or Manufacturing Engineering.

Knowledge & Experience:

 

  • 1-2 years’ experience in a similar role and organisation would be advantageous
  • Solid Model, 2D/3D CAD production drawings
  • Capable of developing P&ID drawings and discussing with the design team
  • Competent in use of Microsoft Office 365

 

Skills and Competences:

  • An ability to learn quickly
  • Excellent communication and listening skills
  • An attention to detail
  • Strong organisational skills, including multitasking and time-management skills
  • An ability to work in a fast-paced environment and cope with the pressure of demanding deadlines
  • Commercial awareness
  • Get things done… practical, pragmatic, well organised
  • Analytical, problem-solving
  • Collaborative

 

Skills:

Strong organisational skills, Excellent communication and listening skills, Analytical, problem-solving Commercial awareness

 

Benefits:

  • Parking
  • Great place to work
  • Monday to Friday

To apply, send CV and Cover letter to tom@irishrollforming.ie

Forward CV to Tom Cambridge
tom@irishrollforming.ie
021 7333 987

Planning and Logistics Administrator


Full Time

Planning and Logistics Administrator

Irish Rollforming

Location: Mallow, County Cork, Ireland

Permanent | Full Time

 

Irish Rollforming was first established in 2010 as a cladding manufacturer. During the past number of years, the company and the product offering have grown extensively. Proud of their ‘traditional’ values, they are also driven by innovation. They continuously invest in people, products, and service, aspiring to be a great place to work and great people to work with.

 

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an ambitious and forward-thinking individual to help improve efficiencies in the planning and logistics department of the business.

 

Position: Planning and Logistics Administrator

The ideal candidate will be highly organised with excellent communication skills and a keen eye for detail. Experience in production planning and logistics in a fast-paced environment would be advantageous but is not essential.

 

Key Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Preparing production plans, truck loads and delivery routes utilising the bespoke internal company system
  • Despatching of paperwork for run sheets, collections, and deliveries
  • Communicating with customers regarding deliveries and collections
  • Reviewing and actioning check sheets for vehicles and forklifts
  • Expediting vehicle repairs and liaising with mechanics
  • Organising couriers and preparing packages for shipment
  • Dealing with internal and external queries by email and telephone on planned orders and delivery runs
  • Preparing reports for management
  • Ensuring all documentation is traceable and accurate
  • General administration and ad hoc administration duties
  • Attending team meetings and weekly 1-on-1s focused on growth and development
  • Contributing to a positive and growth-focused team culture and recognition standard

 

The Person:

 

  • 3 years plus experience in a fast-paced administration role, preferably from a production planning or logistics environment or similar
  • Strong computer skills (Microsoft Excel in particular)
  • Excellent communication and listening skills
  • An attention to detail
  • Highly organised
  • Ability to make quick decisions and cope with the pressure of demanding deadlines
  • A commitment to excellent customer service
  • Good geographical knowledge of the island of Ireland
  • Fluent English (spoken and written)
  • Commercial awareness

 

This position offers a competitive salary, depending on experience, and provides a great opportunity to be part of a dynamic company.

 

Skills:

  • Highly organised
  • Excellent communication
  • Strong computer skills (Microsoft Excel)
  • Fluent English (spoken and written)

 

Benefits:

  • Parking
  • Great place to work

Forward CV to Tom Cambridge
tom@irishrollforming.ie
021 7333 987

General Operative


Full Time

General Operative

Irish Rollforming

Location: Mallow, County Cork, Ireland

Permanent | Full Time

 

Irish Rollforming was first established in 2010 as a cladding manufacturer. During the past number of years, the company and the product offering have grown extensively. Proud of their ‘traditional’ values, they are also driven by innovation. They continuously invest in people, products, and service, aspiring to be a great place to work and great people to work with.

 

Job Description:

To operate machinery and general manual assembly. To ensure the interminable and efficient running of production.

 

Duties and Tasks:

  • Setting up machines to start a production cycle
  • Controlling and adjusting machine settings (e.g. speed, Cut lengths)
  • Adherence to health and safety regulations (e.g. constant use of protective gear)
  • Update registers, Check sheets and shift reports
  • Keep the workspace and line clean clear of materials and waste.

 

Skills required:

  • Have problem-solving, listening, critical thinking, and teamworking abilities.
  • Excellent hand-eye coordination and concentration are essential skills.
  • Ability to read blueprints, schematics, and manuals
  • Analytical skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Teamwork and communication skills
  • Physical stamina and strength

 

Abilities Needed:

  • Working knowledge of diverse high-speed machinery and measurement tools (caliper, micrometer etc.)
  • Understanding of production procedures
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Has worked in a fabrication plant operating machines

To apply, please forward your CV and Cover letter to tom@irishrollforming.ie

Forward CV to Tom Cambridge
tom@irishrollforming.ie
021 7333 987

Customer Account Representative


Full Time

Customer Account Representative

Irish Rollforming/Lasercut

Location: Mallow, County Cork, Ireland

Permanent | Full Time

 

This role is a perfect opportunity for a Customer Account Representative with good relationship and customer management skills to become part of a high growth company. As an integral member of the team, you will be required to maintain, develop and increase the customer base. This role requires someone who is motivated and an independent self- starter, with keen industry knowledge who will be committed to building Irish Rollforming presence in the Laser/Plasma Profiling market.

 

Lasercut provides top quality automated laser and plasma cutting service at a competitive price with quick turnaround. We use 6KW Fibre Laser Technology to cut stainless steel and aluminium plate up to 15mm thick. Our machines allow us to cut and shape sheet metal into any shape required quickly and efficiently. For mild steel up to 80mm thick, we provide a plasma cutting service which cuts and bevels mild steel using an accelerated plasma jet. We use true hole technology to deliver bolt ready quality holes. We also provide a 220-tonne CNC brake press folding machine to make precision bends to ensure your products are ready for use.

 

You will need to have:

  • Efficiently responding to customer queries
  • Dealing with all customer queries in a timely manner
  • Issuing quotes in an accurate fashion
  • Following up on quotes from customer in a set timeframe
  • Planning customer orders & advising customer of expected delivery
  • Taking card payments for cash account customers
  • Following up on account customers that have an overdue balance
  • Gathering all necessary information from customers for design and planning team
  • Updating internal orders systems to reflect live order positions
  • Liaising with logistics team to ensure efficient delivery of orders
  • Preparing paperwork for orders accurately
  • Working well as part of a team and following the companies policies and terms & conditions

 

Skills:

  • Technical Sales
  • Customer service
  • Engineering Sales
  • Strong organisational skills
  • Excellent communication and listening skills
  • Analytical

 

Benefits:

  • Laptop
  • Mobile Phone
  • Parking
  • Great place to work
  • Monday to Friday

To apply, please send your CV and Cover letter to tom@irishrollforming.ie

Forward CV to Tom Cambridge
tom@irishrollforming.ie
021 7333 987

Part time Accounts Assistant for TECHNIX RUBBER & PLASTICS LTD.


Part Time

A position has become available for a part-time accounts due to the retirement of existing personnel.

The person applying must have experience of SAGE LINE 60 or similar accounts packages.

Duties to include:

  • Attendance to creditors ledger, debtors, stocktaking,bank reconciliation, payroll  systems, etc

A number of years experience would be preferable and an ability to interact with management.

Salary to be negotiated.

To apply email: sales@technix.ie


sales@technix.ie

Yard Assistant for Gerry's Car Wash Valet Centre and Fuel Depot


Part Time

Gerry’s Car Wash Valet Centre and Fuel Depot ( Percival Street Kanturk) is looking to hire a Yard Assistant for initially three days a week.

Duties include delivering fuel and helping  around the yard

Clean driver’s license required

For further information contact Gerard on 087-2307382 or email application to gerardgreaney592@gmail.com

Forward CV to Gerard
gerardgreaney592@gmail.com
087-2307382 

Home Support Workers


St. Joseph’s Foundation, Charleville.

Children’s Services requires Home Support Workers for the Kanturk, Mallow, Mitchelstown, Fermoy and Charleville areas.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Experience of working with children with Intellectual Disability and/or ASD.
  • The ability to work on one’s own initiative in a family home
  • Flexibility to work evenings and Saturday hours.

Forward CV to Emma Foley, Home Support Coordinator Children’s Services
EFoley@stjosephsfoundation.ie
086 0831836

Caregiver


Part Time

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Caregiver opportunities with Home Instead Senior Care

 

Forward CV to Catherine O'Herlihy, Recruitment Co Ordinator
catherine.oherlihy@homeinstead.ie
021) 430 7907 Home Instead Senior Care, Kiemar House, Shanakiel Road, Sunday’s Well, Cork T23 TDK7

Would you or someone you know be interested in joining IRD Duhallow’s RSS Scheme?


Part Time

For RSS, a person needs to be;

On Farm Assist OR In receipt of a means tested social welfare payment and be actively farming or have access to an active herd number (Partner/Spouse, father/mother, brother/sister, provided this number is not being used by another RSS participant).
A Class A stamp will be paid for the RSS Participant.
If you or someone you know is interested in joining this scheme, please ring Nuala or Marie on 029-60633.

Forward CV to Nuala or Marie
duhallow@irdduhallow.com
029 60633

Would you or someone you know be interested in joining IRD Duhallow’s Tús Scheme?


Part Time

The Tús Community work placement Initiative is a community work placement programme providing short-term working opportunities for unemployed people. Tús aims to break the cycle of unemployment and to prepare each person for a return to the labour market.

The self-referral eligibility criteria for Tús:

A person needs to be on Jobseekers Allowance payment for at least 12 months, You are now considered eligible if
you had a break of up to but not exceeding 30 days in the Jobseekers Allowance record in the last 12 months.
If you or someone you know is interested in joining this scheme, please ring Nuala or Marie on 029-60633.

Forward CV to Nuala or Marie
duhallow@irdduhallow.com
029 60633

Deli Assistant inTwohig's Super Valu in Kanturk


Full Time

A wonderful opportunity to join the Deli team in Twohig’s Super Valu Kanturk.

Do you have a passion for freshly prepared food and exceptional customer service skills then don’t delay and get in touch today.

Full training will be provided.

Forward CV to Stephanie Moynihan
stephanie.moynihan@irdduhallow.com
02960633

Bakery Assistant in Twohig's Super Valu in Kanturk


Full Time

Join the Bakery team in  Twohig’s Super Valu Kanturk.

Main purpose of the role:
Ensure the Bakery Department operates efficiently and effectively at all times and provides our customers with excellent quality products and services.

The ideal candidate will have/be:

  • HACCP training is desirable but not necessary
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Previous customer service experience is an advantage
  • The ability to work as part of a team in a fast paced environment, ability to multi task under pressure
  • A passion for food and the ability to inspire shoppers

Main duties:

  • Actively live SuperValu brand-values i.e. Genuine, Passion for Food, Vibrant, Committed, Innovative and Imaginative
  • Prepare customers bakery orders
  • Bake, prepare and display the Bakery Products sold throughout the day
  • Ensure that the counter displays across all fresh food departments are to the highest standards at all times throughout the day
  • Demonstrate your passion for quality food by sharing knowledge, recipes and personal recommendations with customers
  • Deal with all customer queries efficiently, professionally and in line with store policy

 

Forward CV to Stephanie
stephanie.moynihan@irdduhallow.com
02960633

Check out operator for Twohig's Super Valu in Kanturk


Full Time

An amazing opportunity that is not to be missed!

 

Here at Twohig’s Super Valu Kanturk  we pride ourselves on delivering a high level of customer service to each of our customers. We are seeking experienced Check Out Operators. The ideal candidate must be fully flexible.

Main purpose of the role:

Ensure the Checkout Department operates efficiently and effectively at all times and provide our customers with excellent our customers with excellent customer service.

Main Duties:

  • Actively live SuperValu brand-values i.e. Genuine, Passion for Food, Vibrant, Committed, Innovative and Imaginative.
  • Use a computerised till system that has a barcode scanner
  • Weigh and price products such as fruit and vegetables
  • Check customers’ ages for restrictions on items such as alcohol
  • Pack customer’s purchases
  • Process store loyalty cards, coupons and vouchers
  • Take payments and make sure the till balances at the end of the day
  • Spend time away from the till, stocking shelves and checking stock
  • Merchandise and present the department to the highest standard at all times
  • Attend and engage in team meetings and implement any learnings

Required Education, Skills and Qualifications

The ideal candidate will have/be:

  • Experience in a retail role is desirable
  • Ability to balance tills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to engage with and prioritise customer needs
  • Strong attention to detail, organised and flexible
  • Ability to use own initiative and work as part of a team in a fast-paced environment

Forward CV to Stephanie Moynihan
stephanie.moynihan@irdduhallow.com
02960633

Experienced Restaurant Waiting Staff


Part Time

Longueville House are currently recruiting part-time Experienced Restaurant Waiting Staff with food, beverage & barista service experience, to work within the restaurant department. You will be part of a small friendly and professional team and will have the opportunity to develop your skills under the guidance of the Restaurant Management Team.

This role involves working closely with the owners and a small highly skilled team for both breakfast and dinner service. Wednesdays through Sundays are the days generally worked (12 to 30 hours per week). Our Restaurant team mirror the style of cuisine served through their individual service methods in line with the expectations of our residents. This diverse environment gives each member of our Restaurant team the ability to gain experience in a wide range of high-quality skills and is a great opportunity to grow and progress in your career.

Duties:

· Ability to demonstrate customer service to the highest degree

· Act professional and respectful at all times with both guests and team members

· Ensure tables and service stations are all set up in an organised manner

· Maintain a positive attitude in all areas of the workplace

· Serve guests in a proactive and professional manner

· Handle complaints in a quick and efficient way in order to satisfy guests requirements and communicate these complaints to the owners and appropriate managers

· Ensure quality is maintained at all times in the restaurant

· Communicate guests requests effectively to the kitchen team

· Deliver a high-quality service in accordance with the internal standards at Longueville House

Requirements:

· Minimum 1 year experience in a similar role is essential – weekend breakfast and dinner service.

· Ability to engage well with guests and has a sociable and friendly attitude.

· Extensive knowledge of all menu items, dishes and allergens.

· Own transport very important because of rural location.

· Candidates that are flexible and completely reliable.

· Ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team.

· Attention to detail is essential.

· Impeccable professional appearance is essential.

· A high standard of personal hygiene and grooming is essential.

· Passion for excellence in quality and services.

· Ability to create a positive lasting impression with our guests.

· High standard of interpersonal communication skills is essential.

· Fluency in the English language, both written and verbal, is essential.

· Desired candidates / applicants who are currently available to start work

Benefits:

· Competitive salary

· Free parking

· Career Development opportunities

Email applications to info@longuevillehouse.ie


info@longuevillehouse.ie

Experienced Part-time Housekeeper


Part Time

Longueville House is seeking to recruit and experienced part-time housekeeper to work with our fantastic team.

Experienced Accommodation Assistants are responsible for maintaining high standards of cleanliness of Bedrooms and Public Areas throughout the Hotel.

Job Type / Category

-To work as part of the Accommodation Team

-Ensure cleanliness of public areas

-Clean guest bedrooms and bathrooms

-Vacuum rooms and corridors, lifts, stairwells

-Change and replenish bed linen, towels and guest amenities in line with company guidelines

-Undertake regular deep cleaning tasks

-Restock and maintain trolley on daily basis

-Dispose of waste accordingly as per company guidelines

-Follow lost property procedures

-Check public areas and toilets taking corrective action where necessary

-Manage guest requests in a timely and efficient manner

Required Education, Skills and Qualifications

Have a positive ‘can do, will do’ attitude

-Be courteous and focused on providing a consistently high standard of service

-Must be a team player with the ability to multi-task

-Must be standards driven and detail orientated

-Maintain a professional image at all times through appearance and behaviour

-Previous experience in a similar role in a 4-star hotel would be advantageous

-Must possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills

Job Type: Part-time Email applications to info@longuevillehouse.ie


info@longuevillehouse.ie