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Property Loss Adjuster

Davies Group

Galway
15 days ago
Galway
15 days ago

Davies Group are looking for our next Property Loss Adjuster in the Galwayarea. This role is partly office based with travel throughout Republic of Ireland, and by occasion, Northern Ireland.

Overview:

The role involves the investigation of first and third party property claims on-site, reporting to instructing insurers and managing such claims to an economic conclusion within strict compliance and SLA’s.

This role has an emphasis in dealing with more technically advanced insurance claims referred by the registration unit and involves visiting policyholders, either domestic or commercial policyholders, in order to investigate and settle claims.

The role entails ensuring that claims are settled in accordance with our Principals’ instructions but also handling the claim in the most effective and efficient method possible to further advance the reputation of the Thornton Group.

This individual will have autonomy within a given structure to ensure a portfolio of claims is handled to an acceptable level of performance as judged by the directors and the audit process.

Duties and responsibilities:

• Work to achieve agreed activity levels with the intention of continuously reducing WIP throughout the year.

• Process all invoices and approve estimates within 5 working days of receipt/agreement.

• Full completion of all prepared site note templates and associated documentation.

• Ensure that the data entered into claims systems is accurate at all times.

• Assist in maintaining accurate management information by updating systems.

• Understand relevant management information and use to prioritise tasks.

• Take responsibility for maintaining file process and associated documentation.

• Reduce elapsed timescales by providing and fostering a pro-active approach to file management.

• Identify cases of possible fraud and recoveries and manage as appropriate.

• Work to ensure correct policy interpretation and validation.

• Prepare, check and authorise appropriate reports for clients in accordance with agreed SLAs and formats.

• Ensure files are up to quality and audit standards at all times.

• Pro-actively update customers and clients where necessary in accordance with agreed client SLAs.

• Take responsibility for following agreed/documented procedures when dealing with problems and complaints.

• Build good working relationships with clients and staff, internal and external to the Davies group

• Display the behaviours identified within the Group Core Competency statements.

• Any other tasks as reasonably requested within the broadest remit of this role.

• Handle customers effectively and fairly and in compliance with the Central Bank of Ireland’s requirements in respect of competency and consumer protection

• Maintain an awareness of business opportunities and refer the business

Skills & Experience:

• Evidence of previous claims handling or other relevant experience together with qualification at minimum competency level (e.g., CIP as a minimum).

• Confident with technology, with a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office products.

• Willingness and ability to learn new applications and IT systems.

• Strong verbal and written communication.

• Demonstrable experience of organizing and managing own workload is essential.

• Accuracy, attention to detail and an analytical approach.

• Ability to work in a fast paced and changing environment where flexibility is required to accommodate peaks and troughs in workload.

• Excellent time management to be able to work to short/changing deadlines.

• Self-motivated and able to work on own.

• Able to effectively delegate work to others.

• Understand importance of Business Development function and working with clients.

• Ability to contribute to a high performance/effective team.

• Holds or is working towards recognized professional qualifications, with Minimum Competency being an essential requirement

• Being prepared to work nationally on occasion with overnight stays.

• Being prepared to work on standby on a rota and during busy times at weekends and public bank holidays.

• Being prepared to adhere to company expense policies (e.g. paying and claiming for own travel.

• National flexibility/willingness to relocate

Davies Group endeavour to recruit from the widest possible pool of suitable candidates. If you require any adjustments or special arrangements to be made to our application process on account of a disability please contact .

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Stock Controller

Adecco Retail

Galway, Galway
4 days ago
Galway, Galway
€28k - €35k Per Year
4 days ago
€28k - €35k Per Year
If you are a highly organised professional with great work ethic and excellent communication skills then you could be the ideal candidate for this role. You will have strong computer skills and excel experience. You will have excellent organisational skills and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
Your key responsibilities:
You will be responsible for managing all stock for the business. Your duties will include but are not limited to, liaising with internal staff, internal buyer, carrying out frequent stock cycle counts and investigating discrepancies, assessing customer returns, planning of full year end stock count and maximising the use of existing IT system as well as planned integrated ERP system.
Key requirements.
*Minimum 2-3 years of experience in a similar role or equivalent.
*Forklift licence.
*Must have strong excel skills.
*Strong IT and systems skills.
*Ability to multitask while adhering to deadlines.
*Excellent organisational and time-management skills.
*Ability to multitask as the business dictates.
*Support the Management Team to implement a suitable stock control system.
*Monitor all stock movements.
*Assist and support the daily operation of the company.
*QA processes as requested.
*Adhoc. warehouse duties as required.
Adecco Ireland is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
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Pharmacy Technician

FRS Recruitment

Galway, Galway
1 day ago
Galway, Galway
1 day ago

Pharmacy Technician - Galway

An exciting position for a Pharmacy Technician for a busy pharmacy in Galway. This is a full time position and will include nights and weekend work. 1 in 3 weekends


Job Duties:
  • To accurately receive, record and assemble prescriptions, issue the appropriate receipts and inform the Pharmacists of any changes in drug therapy and interactions between prescribed medications.
  • To have experience in doing all relevant paperwork including end of month claims
  • Experience with MPS and stock ordering.
  • To fulfill the request for specific over the counter medicines appropriately and recommend a suitable medicine referring to the Pharmacist where appropriate.
  • To ensure the smooth running of the dispensary, including, maintaining computer records and ensure that the paperwork pertaining to the various schemes is kept up to date and in line with Company procedures.
  • To ensure that any errors or safety issues are brought promptly to the attention of the Managing Pharmacist and/or Business Manager.
  • To maintain good stock control including; rotation of stock, maintaining appropriate stock levels, using correct suppliers, and ensuring that the delivery details are correct as set down by the managing pharmacist.
  • To ensure that the Pharmacy is kept clean and tidy and any Health and Safety issues are brought promptly to the attention of the Pharmacy Manager.
  • To deliver professional and efficient customer service at all times, enhancing the relationship with Pharmacy Customers.
  • To maintain a good working relationship with colleagues, customers, and other healthcare professionals.
  • To participate in training and development programmes provided by the pharmacy and to be proactive in developing the job function.
  • To maintain the standards of organisations and cleanliness with the dispensary as directed by the Managing Pharmacist and in line with Standard Operating Procedures.
  • To follow Pharmacy standard operating procedures maintaining consistent professional standards at all times.
  • To assist with over the counter sales and other front of counter duties.
  • To work effectively as part of the Pharmacy team, being flexible and adaptable assisting in all areas of the pharmacy operation.
  • Any other duties as required.

Skills and Qualifications:
  • IPU Pharmacy Technician course or Higher
  • Experience in dispensary ordering and monthly claims returns
  • Minimum 2 years pharmacy experience
  • Excellent written and verbal communication
  • Good attention to detail is essential
  • Excellent organisational skills, within a challenging environment
  • IT skills would be an advantage

Pharmacy Technician, Technician, PT, Pharmacy, Community Pharmacy, Galway
For more details, please contact Brian Mahon on 086 7773856
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Director of Nursing Galway. Clare

FRS Recruitment

Galway, Galway
1 day ago
Galway, Galway
€65k - €85k Per Year
1 day ago
€65k - €85k Per Year

Yes, being a Director of Nursing in a nursing home is more challenging than ever before, but for those of you who enjoy a challenge and have passion for elderly care I have an excellent opportunity to consider. Apply today to become the new DON of a well managed, medium size home, with a dedicated Memory Care centre. Excellent potential for further career progression over time as home is part of a group.
Position: Director of Nursing / DON, Person in Charge / PIC
Location: Co. Galway / easily commutable from Co. Clare
Sector: Elderly Care
Working hours: Monday to Fridays, 40h/week, on call flexibility request
Reporting to: Group's Area Manager
Salary: €65-85k depending on experience
Company profile:
This medium size home provides a high standard of residential carea as well as specialist Memory Care for residents living with dementia. They also provide respite care to give home carers a much needed break, or rehabilitation after a hospital stay. Owned and management by the largest of Irish nursing home groups, good structure, career progression and competitive salaries are on offer.
Job Summary:
If you find caring for elderly people rewarding and if you like taking charge then here is a potential job for you. As a Director of Nursing you will maintain a high standard of care across all units, daily care and activities in accordance with the best practice and within available resources. You will manage a team of professional clinical and non-clinical staff. Planning, development and management will be your part of your daily duties.
You will part of a larger management team, with plenty of external support from other departments. .
Your profile:
To qualify for this fantastic role, you must have a Third level degree in Nursing, Management qualification and be actively registered with NMBI. You will also have a minimum of 3 years experience in working with older people within the last six years of your career. Ideally you will also have good people management experience. You will be of good character, enjoy a challenge and take pride in achieved results
To apply for this job, please submit your CV (in Word) through this website in the strictest of confidence for initial review by FRS Recruitment. OR contact Renata Ryan on 0860239020 to discuss this or other Director jobs.
#jobs #DON #PIC #directorofnursing #elderlycare #nursinghome #ADON #frsrecruitment
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Pharmacy Technician

FRS Recruitment

Galway, Galway
2 days ago
Galway, Galway
2 days ago

Pharmacy Technician - Galway

An exciting position for a Pharmacy Technician for a busy pharmacy in Galway. This is a full time position and will include nights and weekend work. 1 in 3 weekends


Job Duties:
  • To accurately receive, record and assemble prescriptions, issue the appropriate receipts and inform the Pharmacists of any changes in drug therapy and interactions between prescribed medications.
  • To have experience in doing all relevant paperwork including end of month claims
  • Experience with MPS and stock ordering.
  • To fulfill the request for specific over the counter medicines appropriately and recommend a suitable medicine referring to the Pharmacist where appropriate.
  • To ensure the smooth running of the dispensary, including, maintaining computer records and ensure that the paperwork pertaining to the various schemes is kept up to date and in line with Company procedures.
  • To ensure that any errors or safety issues are brought promptly to the attention of the Managing Pharmacist and/or Business Manager.
  • To maintain good stock control including; rotation of stock, maintaining appropriate stock levels, using correct suppliers, and ensuring that the delivery details are correct as set down by the managing pharmacist.
  • To ensure that the Pharmacy is kept clean and tidy and any Health and Safety issues are brought promptly to the attention of the Pharmacy Manager.
  • To deliver professional and efficient customer service at all times, enhancing the relationship with Pharmacy Customers.
  • To maintain a good working relationship with colleagues, customers, and other healthcare professionals.
  • To participate in training and development programmes provided by the pharmacy and to be proactive in developing the job function.
  • To maintain the standards of organisations and cleanliness with the dispensary as directed by the Managing Pharmacist and in line with Standard Operating Procedures.
  • To follow Pharmacy standard operating procedures maintaining consistent professional standards at all times.
  • To assist with over the counter sales and other front of counter duties.
  • To work effectively as part of the Pharmacy team, being flexible and adaptable assisting in all areas of the pharmacy operation.
  • Any other duties as required.

Skills and Qualifications:
  • IPU Pharmacy Technician course or Higher
  • Experience in dispensary ordering and monthly claims returns
  • Minimum 2 years pharmacy experience
  • Excellent written and verbal communication
  • Good attention to detail is essential
  • Excellent organisational skills, within a challenging environment
  • IT skills would be an advantage

Pharmacy Technician, Technician, PT, Pharmacy, Community Pharmacy, Galway
For more details, please contact Brian Mahon on 086 7773856
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Cyber Security Subject Matter Expert

Sigmar

Connacht, Galway
2 days ago
Connacht, Galway
2 days ago

Cyber Security Subject Matter Expert

This role is responsible for supporting the clients Secure Lifecycle Program (SLP), primarily in accordance with the clients policy and process requirements
Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Acts as the point of contact providing regulatory compliance and quality guidance and expertise related to the scope of the SLP policy and process
  • Be responsible for the implementation, oversight and improvement of the SLP policy including dependencies with Production and Process Control, Design Control, Supplier Management, Distribution Control, Risk Management, Computer System Validation, CAPA/Non-Conformance, Quality & Supplier Audits, Packaging & Labelling Control, and others, as appropriate
  • Provides SLP guidance and direction to the business units in the development, implementation, maintenance and improvement of the Quality Management Systems for product and non-products; communicates the importance of an effective and compliant Quality Management System w.r.t. SLP to all employees and assesses and reports on effectiveness to program management
  • Responsible for training or overseeing training of all staff relative to applicable Quality Management System requirements of the SLP policy and process. Ensures Quality and Regulatory personnel professional development through interactions (e.g. on the job learning) and formalized training of SLP practices
  • Measure effectiveness of the SLP process adoption in the Quality Management System and ensures continuous improvements
  • Responsible for exhibiting professional behavior with both internal/external business associates that reflects positively on the company and is consistent with the company’s policies and practices.
    Responsible to understand and maintain awareness of the quality consequences which may occur from the improper performance of their specific job
  • Perform other duties and projects as assigned
  • Key position competencies: Problem solver, effective trainer, independent worker, excellent delegation ability, managerial courage and conviction, interpersonal savviness, able to manage vision and purpose, ability to work with cross cultural teams, composure under pressure and able to build effective teams

 

Requirements:

  • Minimum Bachelor’s degree in Science, Engineering or Medicine with a minimum of 10 years medical device industry experience, particularly within in vitro diagnostics or other related regulatory affairs environment.  Experience with Security, Internet Technology, Risk Management and Privacy Practices
  • Practical knowledge leadership with well-developed interpersonal, communication skills; management and motivation experience of groups or indirect teams
  • Extensive knowledge of Quality Systems, including successful interactions with regulatory bodies
  • Must be able to interpret country regulations and guidelines on cybersecurity, and to convert these into practical and pragmatic deliverables.  Practical knowledge of regulations (e.g. US FDA cybersecurity guidance) and standards (e.g. ISO 27001)
  • Must have a strategic perspective and be capable of synthesizing information and prior experience from multiple sources to build efficient and successful SLP compliance and quality strategies for the organization
  • Must be able to work effectively in a cross-functional environment, achieving regulatory compliance though teamwork, facilitation and influence
  • Must have demonstrated written and verbal presentation skills, including ability to articulate complex concepts with clarity. MUST have advanced proficiency in MS PowerPoint and Excel
  • Must be well organized and attentive to detail, approaches tasks in a rational manner and capable of providing support and direction to others
  • Must have prior practical program/project management experience.

 

 

To apply for this position please contact Chloe Walsh at Sigmar Recruitment T: +353 91 455305 E:   chloe.walsh@sigmar.ie  

All applications will be treated with the strictest of confidence.  Sigmar will never forward your CV to a third party without prior consent

 

Following your application for this specific role, Sigmar may contact you regarding other positions that we feel you may be suitable for. If you do not wish to be contacted about other opportunities please let us know. For further information please refer to the Privacy Statement on our website.

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Night Porter

Dalata Hotel Group

Galway
14 days ago
Galway
14 days ago

Night Porter – Maldron Hotel Oranmore

Dalata Hotel Group are seeking a Night Porter for an exciting opportunity within the Maldron Hotel Oranmore

 

Objective of the Role

To assist the Night Manager throughout the night shift in relation to hotel and guest security, reception duties as well as maintaining the agreed standards of cleanliness throughout the hotel.

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  • Check in and out hotel guests as required as well as assisting with guest requests in relation to luggage/porterage.
  • Responsible for the cleaning of areas in the hotel including, but not restricted to lobby, back office, stairways, restaurant and bar floor, public and staff areas and the meeting room floor.
  • Responsible for cleaning other areas as directed by manager on duty and also as per nightly checklist which may include set up of function rooms, breakfast area etc.
  • Responsibility for the front entrance and outside of the hotel and ensure that it is clean and tidy at all times. This includes emptying bins, picking up rubbish etc.
  • To have a full understanding of the hotels’ fire procedures to ensure safety of all staff and guests at all times.

Requirements:

  • The ideal candidate will have experience in work in hospitality.
  • The ability to work on their own initiative, as well as being capable of working as part of a team.
  • A warm, friendly and approachable personality when dealing with fellow staff and guests.

The company provides amazing staff benefits: -

  • Free staff meal on duty
  • Staff Discounted on hotel rooms
  • Excellent training opportunities
  • Perk Box
  • Excellent career opportunities

About our culture:

Dalata Hotel Group – Ireland’s largest hotel group has a number of exciting positions on the horizon. As Dalata continues to grow and expand in Ireland and the UK it’s more important than ever to have the right team alongside us, in the near future we will be opening the doors of new hotels creating many jobs and investing millions in the Irish and UK economy.

We lead through our Dalata values of “Our People, Our Fairness, Our Service and Our Individuality”. If you have the right attitude and energy you will have great opportunities to progress within the group. Our company is a place where you can do great things – individually and as a team. You will have the opportunity to develop your talent, be recognised and rewarded for your commitment and pursue a fulfilling career. We also have a number of unique and recognised training programmes to aid your professional and personal development and pride ourselves on creating an objective, supportive and fair working environment for our employees.

Dalata Hotel Group Plc is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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Commercial Capabilities Graduate Intern Job (Galway, G, IE)

Boston Scientific

Galway
15 days ago
Galway
15 days ago

Commercial Capabilities Graduate Intern

 

Purpose and Passion • Comprehensive Benefits • Life-Work Integration • Community • Career Growth

At Boston Scientific, you will find a collaborative culture driven by a passion for innovation that keeps us connected on the most essential level. With determination, imagination and a deep caring for human life, we’re solving some of the most important healthcare industry challenges. Together, we’re one global team committed to making a difference in people’s lives around the world. This is a place where you can find a career with meaningful purpose—improving lives through your life’s work.

 

 

Role Purpose:

 

To provide supervised and structured technical/administrative support to the Functional Team.  The main purpose is to provide a valuable business contribution whilst also gaining practical and relevant work experience.

 

Key Responsibilities:

 

  • Co-ordination, documentation, tracking and reporting of logistical elements within our learning programmes.
  • Maintenance of Learning Management System (LMS), Competency Management System (CMS) and Internal Administrative applications.
  • Analysis & reporting of KPI’s and impact measurements within learning programmes.
  • Identification and application of continuous improvement opportunities.
  • User Acceptance Testing (UAT) of new tools/systems.
  • Management and design of Commercial Capabilities internal intranet site.
  • General Administrative duties.

 

Main Requirements

 

  • Working knowledge of key Microsoft Applications (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and SharePoint).
  • Experience in Systems/Business applications is preferable, e.g. database/visual management app.
  • Communication skills; written, face to face & virtual.
  • Time /Self-management, ability to work on one’s own initiative.
  • Analytical ability.
  • Creativity.
  • Business curiosity and acumen.
  • Teamwork and relationship building skills.

 

Please be aware this is a 12 month fixed term contract.  This position will be based in Galway with some remote working an option post COVID-19.

 

About us:

 

As a global medical technology leader for more than 35 years, our mission at Boston Scientific (NYSE: BSX) is to transform lives through innovative medical solutions that improve the health of patients. If you’re looking to truly make a difference to people both around the world and around the corner, there’s no better place to make it happen. If you are interested then discover our career opportunities at bostonscientific.com/careers.

 

 

Interested?

Please apply online with your CV and supporting documents at: http://jobs.bostonscientific.com.

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15 days ago

Description

Davies Group are looking for our next Property Loss Adjuster in the Galwayarea. This role is partly office based with travel throughout Republic of Ireland, and by occasion, Northern Ireland.

Overview:

The role involves the investigation of first and third party property claims on-site, reporting to instructing insurers and managing such claims to an economic conclusion within strict compliance and SLA’s.

This role has an emphasis in dealing with more technically advanced insurance claims referred by the registration unit and involves visiting policyholders, either domestic or commercial policyholders, in order to investigate and settle claims.

The role entails ensuring that claims are settled in accordance with our Principals’ instructions but also handling the claim in the most effective and efficient method possible to further advance the reputation of the Thornton Group.

This individual will have autonomy within a given structure to ensure a portfolio of claims is handled to an acceptable level of performance as judged by the directors and the audit process.

Duties and responsibilities:

• Work to achieve agreed activity levels with the intention of continuously reducing WIP throughout the year.

• Process all invoices and approve estimates within 5 working days of receipt/agreement.

• Full completion of all prepared site note templates and associated documentation.

• Ensure that the data entered into claims systems is accurate at all times.

• Assist in maintaining accurate management information by updating systems.

• Understand relevant management information and use to prioritise tasks.

• Take responsibility for maintaining file process and associated documentation.

• Reduce elapsed timescales by providing and fostering a pro-active approach to file management.

• Identify cases of possible fraud and recoveries and manage as appropriate.

• Work to ensure correct policy interpretation and validation.

• Prepare, check and authorise appropriate reports for clients in accordance with agreed SLAs and formats.

• Ensure files are up to quality and audit standards at all times.

• Pro-actively update customers and clients where necessary in accordance with agreed client SLAs.

• Take responsibility for following agreed/documented procedures when dealing with problems and complaints.

• Build good working relationships with clients and staff, internal and external to the Davies group

• Display the behaviours identified within the Group Core Competency statements.

• Any other tasks as reasonably requested within the broadest remit of this role.

• Handle customers effectively and fairly and in compliance with the Central Bank of Ireland’s requirements in respect of competency and consumer protection

• Maintain an awareness of business opportunities and refer the business

Skills & Experience:

• Evidence of previous claims handling or other relevant experience together with qualification at minimum competency level (e.g., CIP as a minimum).

• Confident with technology, with a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office products.

• Willingness and ability to learn new applications and IT systems.

• Strong verbal and written communication.

• Demonstrable experience of organizing and managing own workload is essential.

• Accuracy, attention to detail and an analytical approach.

• Ability to work in a fast paced and changing environment where flexibility is required to accommodate peaks and troughs in workload.

• Excellent time management to be able to work to short/changing deadlines.

• Self-motivated and able to work on own.

• Able to effectively delegate work to others.

• Understand importance of Business Development function and working with clients.

• Ability to contribute to a high performance/effective team.

• Holds or is working towards recognized professional qualifications, with Minimum Competency being an essential requirement

• Being prepared to work nationally on occasion with overnight stays.

• Being prepared to work on standby on a rota and during busy times at weekends and public bank holidays.

• Being prepared to adhere to company expense policies (e.g. paying and claiming for own travel.

• National flexibility/willingness to relocate

Davies Group endeavour to recruit from the widest possible pool of suitable candidates. If you require any adjustments or special arrangements to be made to our application process on account of a disability please contact .

Source: Davies Group