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EHS Specialist

HRM Recruit

Dublin West, Dublin
1 day ago
Dublin West, Dublin
1 day ago

Our client is a speciality Healthcare company who have a number of sites across the world. In recent years, they have made an impressive footprint in Ireland operating across a number of sites that develop and manufacture a wide variety of products for global supply. Due to continued growth and success, they require an EHS professional to join their team on a permanent basis offering an excellent salary and benefits package.
The Role:
The EHS Specialist will report into the Head of Engineering at the site. This role will have responsibility for the coordination of all EHS activities to ensure compliance with national and company standards. The role also includes the management of facility systems to support site operations.
The Person:
In order to be considered you must have the following:
  • Degree in Occupational Health and Safety, EHS or related
  • A minimum of 3 years' experience within an EHS role
  • Experience working in a site based or production environment that is highly regulated
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • An ability to work cross functionally across a site to promote and positively influence EHS

To discover more about this opportunity, apply now or contact Gillian McMurrough at HRM on +353 87121 3548 for a confidential discussion.
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Senior Recruitment Consultant-Healthcare

FRS Recruitment

Republic of Ireland, Dublin
1 day ago
Republic of Ireland, Dublin
1 day ago

Senior Recruitment Consultant-
Healthcare Division

Job Reference: 00085
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Republic of Ireland-Open to Remote Working

About FRS Recruitment:
FRS Recruitment is a multi-award winning, 10 branch National Recruitment Agency. We are part of the FRS Network and are the only Co-Operative Recruitment Firm in Ireland. We started out as an agricultural co-operative in 1980, a heritage that is important to us as it guides the way we work today. We have since grown into a multifaceted, industrial, technological, and highly specialised co-operative recruitment agency. We are continuously expanding and are seeking hardworking individuals who share the same values as us.
Senior Healthcare Recruiter
We are looking for an experienced and professional Senior Healthcare Recruiter to join our Healthcare team. We are open to this role being either office based or working remotely. You will ensure that all work on behalf of FRS Recruitment is carried out effectively and efficiently in accordance with our vision and values, whilst providing exceptional customer service.
You will be:
  • Passionate about recruitment and the promotion of the highest standard in client and candidate care
  • Confident and Resilient in the area business development and vertical growth, be results focused, wanting to be better while striving for new ideas
  • Progressive and Ambitious in your approach to learning and development
  • A Team Player who can work collaboratively across all business units

ROLE RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Responsible for the full 360 recruitment lifecycle within the Healthcare team.
  • Ensure all the recruitment and selection activities meets the highest quality possible and fulfils organisational & contract requirements.
  • Maintaining close working relationships with existing managers and stakeholders across the business.
  • Analyse and interpret market share opportunities for growth and business development and oversee the recruitment budget.
  • Ensure a customer focused approach is maintained in accordance with FRS vision, purpose, mission and objectives.
  • Communicate with clients to get a clear view on their hiring needs and organisational goals
  • Continuous business development, developing existing accounts and bringing new business in within your vertical
  • Negotiate offers and terms of business
  • Responsibly for recruiting high quality candidates and managing client company accounts
  • Attend candidate and client networking events
  • Debtor Management
  • Maintaining accurate CRM data and records as required by your role
  • Be responsible for your own Occupational Safety and Health and wellbeing.
  • Keep abreast of industry trends and labour market movements
  • Maintain awareness of FRS Recruitment business objectives and strategic changes
  • Adhering to FRS Policies and Procedures

ROLE REQUIREMENTS:
  • 4+ years' Recruitment experience in both permanent and/or permanent staffing.
  • Recruitment experience within Healthcare or Allied Healthcare would be an advantage
  • 4+ years' experience with candidate sourcing tools and methods
  • Diploma/Degree level education
  • A proven track record in achieving sales targets and building long term customer relationships
  • Excellent understanding of recruitment processes
  • Proficiency in using customer relations management systems (CRM)
  • Good knowledge of candidate's selection methods
  • Critical thinker and problem-solving skills
  • Good interpersonal, presentation and communication skills
  • Team player
  • Good time-management skills
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Senior Safety Officer

FRS Recruitment

Cork, Dublin
1 day ago
Cork, Dublin
1 day ago

Senior Site Safety Officer
Nationwide plus remote
€45-€60k
Construction
Flexible Remote Senior Safety Advisor role open to candidates nationwide. Site and Remote work required. Must have construction/retail background. Ideally with 6 years experience plus.
This is for an immediate start.
Salary €45-€60k
The Project
Construction works will include:
All parts, fixings, raw materials, fabricated materials, construction materials, tools, products, labour, supervision, management and co-ordination required for:
· Construction projects related to commercial, retail and residential sectors
The Job
Site Safety Officer
Reporting to Project Manager/HSE Manager
As the site Health and Safety Officer you will be responsible for operational onsite duties, implementing the company's Health and Safety policies and procedures including;
· Conducting tool box talks,
· Carrying out workplace inspections,
· Providing site inductions,
· Incident reporting and investigation,
· Collation of weekly site statistics/reports,
· Review of safety documentation,
· Ensure Equipment inspections are up to date,
· Ensuring that adequate first aid facilities are provided,
· Drafting method statements for builders works
Additionally you will ensure that risk assessments are carried out on all operations within the site project, making recommendations for improvement where necessary and ensuring that these are implemented, and you will both participate in regular Health and Safety meetings with employee/sub contractor representatives.
The Person
To be considered for this varied and challenging Health and Safety Officer role it is envisaged that you will be-
v NEBOSH qualified or equivalent
v Ideally be a member of IOSH
v Hold a current Occupational First Aid certificate
You will demonstrate at least four years construction based operational H&S experience and up to date knowledge of H&S legislation with exceptional communication skills ( both written and oral ) and will show excellent attention to detail with strong organisational skills.
If you are interested in this role please contact Miriam at 085 2797250 for further details.
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CNM2 - Occupational Health

Mater Hospital

Dublin
1 day ago
Dublin
1 day ago

CNM2 - Occupational Health Nurse

The Department of Occupational Medicine is an active and essential contributor to the hospital's response to COVID-19. This is an excellent opportunity for experienced Occupational Health Nurse join an established team in a teaching hospital on a permanent basis.&

The Department provides and will provide services to the hospital and its affiliated Institutions, Clinics and associated companies at present in being and as many come on stream in the future.

1. Identification of jobs with health risks.

2. Identification of hazards and controls for health risks at work.

3. Selection of workers according to health standards for particular occupations

4. Promotion of health amongst workers

5. Provision of training and education in health aspects of employment.

Please see job description attached and submit up to date CV to apply.

Note: an Occupational Health qualification is essential for this position.

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Staff Nurse - Cardiothoracic HDU

Mater Hospital

Dublin
1 day ago
Dublin
1 day ago

We have a number of Staff Nurse opportunities here at the Mater Hospital. The successful candidate will help to ensure that a caring, creative environment is achieved, paying attention to the highest possible quality of nursing care. The staff nurse will assess, plan, implement and evaluate care to the highest professional and ethical standards within the model of nursing care practiced in the hospital.

Our Nurses work as part of a collaborative multidisciplinary team along with Health Care Assistants, Doctors, Physiotherapists, Speech and Language Therapists, Porters, Occupational Therapists, Radiographers, Catering Staff and Administration staff.

The Cardiothoracic HDU is a dynamic area to work as the center of excellence in treating cardiac disease for much of Ireland. Nurses who are interested in a CTHDU role should be detail- orientated and work well as part of a Multidisciplinary team. CTHDU nurses should have a calm demeanor and work well under pressure in this critical care setting. As cardiology continues to evolve, and new technology's progress, nurses who work in the CTHDU have the opportunity to enjoy learning and stay on top of the latest information.

In the MMUH we pride ourselves on our educational opportunities and offer a wide range of courses through our in-house Centre of Nurse Education and Post Graduate opportunities through our Academic partner University College Dublin.

Please apply with your CV.

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Staff Nurse - Operating Theatre

Mater Hospital

Dublin
1 day ago
Dublin
1 day ago

We have a Staff Nurse opportunity here at the Mater Hospital in the Operating Theatre, Critical Care Directorate.

The successful candidate will help to ensure that a caring, creative environment is achieved, paying attention to the highest possible quality of nursing care. The staff nurse will assess, plan, implement and evaluate care to the highest professional and ethical standards within the model of nursing care practiced in the hospital.

Our Nurses work as part of a collaborative multidisciplinary team along with Health Care Assistants, Doctors, Physiotherapists, Speech and Language Therapists, Porters, Occupational Therapists, Radiographers, Catering Staff and Administration staff. We are the National Centre for:

  • Heart and Lung Transplantation
  • Extra Corporeal Life Support (ECLS)
  • Spinal Injuries
  • Pulmonary Hypertension
  • National Isolation Unit
  • Regional Ophthalmology Centre
  • Bone Anchored Heard Aid Placement
  • Metabolic and Rare Diseases
  • Genetic screening

In the MMUH we pride ourselves on our educational opportunities and offer a wide range of courses through our in-house Centre of Nurse Education and Post Graduate opportunities through our Academic partner University College Dublin.

Informal Enquiries to: Irene Aloveros, Directorate Nurse Manager, email: irenealoveros@mater.ie

Please apply with your CV

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Client Care Manager - 11 Months Full Time Contract (Maternity Cover)

The Care Team

Dublin
14 days ago
Dublin
14 days ago

The Care Team is an award-winning community based organization that has been established for 4 years. Services are provided to clients in their own homes and the scope includes homecare, nursing care, physiotherapy and occupational therapy.


Job DESCRIPTION


Client Care Manager is a senior management position that reports directly to the board of directors.



Key Role:

·        To promote a caring environment for service users through high standards of professional practice which are conducive to the physical, emotional, social, intellectual and spiritual needs of the service users.

·        Effective reporting and communication with service users, family members, PHNs, HSE, other agencies, company directors and shareholders.

·        To manage the day to day co-ordination of The Care Team service provision and act as the person in charge for co-ordinating clients, community liaison officers, community supervisors, roster administrators and care staff.

·        Hold responsibility and authority over provision of homecare services, clinical staff, social care staff and rostering in The Care Team.

·        Work in partnership with the operations department/ operations manager/ operations director/ HR to manage staff relations and service co-ordination.

·         Work in partnership with the finance department to help set out budgets, forecasts and payments and expenses.

·        To co-ordinate relevant team members to provide all relevant information and leaflets to prospective new service users and visit them in their home for a discussion.

·        Coordinate assessments of the service users’ needs prior to commencement of the service. To decide and assess whether The Care Team is able to meet the personal care needs of any prospective service user and to negotiate an appropriate fee with the purchasing authority or the service user or service user’s family if not in receipt of HSE assistance.

·        To ensure that each new service user receives a written copy of the terms and conditions of engagement and ensure that each new service user and where appropriate their representative or carer understands them.

·        To investigate complaints, take appropriate action and report to The Care Team Clinical Director.

·        To liaise with and co-operate with any home healthcare inspectorate and provide feedback and report on the same.

·        To play a supportive role in the provision of home healthcare within a geographical community identified providing rostered on call and emergency response as required.

·        To undertake any other duties consistent with the objectives of the business as determined from time to time by the Clinical Director or Board of Directors.

·        To work as part of a multidisciplinary team within The Care Team in the delivery of care services to the clients as set out in the organizations policies and procedures.

·        To present and contribute at the weekly / monthly management meetings as required and any other relevant meetings.

·        Actively take part in clinical governance, under taking audits and quality assurance, prepare reports for committee meetings.

·        Lead and manage clinical and service staff to meet quality objectives.

·        Lead and manage the team to meet financial targets to maintain and grow the business. 

·        Maintain strict confidentiality on operational, financial information share by directors at all times.

·        Promote and grow a supportive positive culture within the team. 


Requirements;

·        Social Care Degree, Nursing Degree (or similar)

·        Must possess (within the last 4 years) a minimum of 3 years’ management/supervisory experience, including team leadership, business strategy with resource planning and allocation

·        Excellent leadership, communication and interpersonal skills

·        Good organizational and time management skills

·        Good Business insight

·        Moderate level of IT skills including Microsoft Office Suite

·        Full Irish/EU driver’s license

 

Benefits:

·        Pool car

·        Mileage paid

·        Bonus scheme 

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Staff Nurse - ICU

Mater Hospital

Dublin
1 day ago
Dublin
1 day ago

We have a Staff Nurse opportunity here at the Mater Hospital in the ICU Department, Critical Care Directorate.

The successful candidate will help to ensure that a caring, creative environment is achieved, paying attention to the highest possible quality of nursing care. The staff nurse will assess, plan, implement and evaluate care to the highest professional and ethical standards within the model of nursing care practiced in the hospital.

Our Nurses work as part of a collaborative multidisciplinary team along with Health Care Assistants, Doctors, Physiotherapists, Speech and Language Therapists, Porters, Occupational Therapists, Radiographers, Catering Staff and Administration staff. We are the National Centre for:

  • Heart and Lung Transplantation
  • Extra Corporeal Life Support (ECLS)
  • Spinal Injuries
  • Pulmonary Hypertension
  • National Isolation Unit
  • Regional Ophthalmology Centre
  • Bone Anchored Heard Aid Placement
  • Metabolic and Rare Diseases
  • Genetic screening

In the MMUH we pride ourselves on our educational opportunities and offer a wide range of courses through our in-house Centre of Nurse Education and Post Graduate opportunities through our Academic partner University College Dublin.

Informal Enquiries to: Irene Aloveros, Directorate Nurse Manager, email: irenealoveros@mater.ie

Please apply with your up to date CV

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RELIEF INSTRUCTOR

National Learning Network

Phibsboro, DB
30+ days ago
Phibsboro, DB
30+ days ago

A commitment to living the organisational values of Team work,

Dignity, Justice, Advocacy and Quality

 

 

National Learning Network is the training and employment division of the Rehab Group. We have over 50 years’ experience in the area of training for employment or further education and benefit from a hugely experienced multi-disciplinary team of nearly 600 teachers, trainers, programme development officers, psychologists, counsellors and employment support staff.

 

 

 

Relief Instructor

 NLN Dublin

 Fixed Term Contract, Variable Hours

 

 

 

Job Purpose

 

The Relief  Instructor is responsible for the training and development of Learners in accordance with the agreed local training programme specifications, together with the day-to-day running and maintenance of all aspects of the training programmes The Instructor assists Learners with additional support needs in exploring their future career and educational direction and in making realistic vocational choices with a view to progressing to further education/employment.   

 

 

 

 

Minimum Education & Skills required

  • Third level qualification, preferably within the Education/Training or Social Sciences sector
  • A relevant pedagogical/training qualification – Train the Trainer QQI Level 6 as minimum
  • A number of years relevant occupational experience of working with learners in educational, guidance and/or developmental contexts
  • Experience in working in a mental health related area is an advantage
  • Experience in  QQI certification and accreditation processes
  • Excellent facilitation and presentation skills together with excellent interpersonal, communication and organisational skills Experience in working on own initiative with aprofessional and confident approach. An ability to motivate learners and  to maintain networks with stakeholders and local communities

 

 

 

Job Duties & Responsibilities

  • Provide systematic training according to specified curricula, with responsibility for the instruction of a number of modules for QQI Level certification 3-5
  • Facilitate participants in developing the knowledge, skills and confidence necessary to secure progression outcomes  
  • Meet key performance indicators in relation to learner placement and progression and achievement of certification targets
  • As part of a team liaise appropriately with relevant key stakeholders in maintaining programme allocations
  • Collaborate on the development of Individual Action Plans to support each Learner’s progression, Evaluate the vocational rehabilitation needs of each Learner and produce a profile of those needs.  Source and support work experience placements and instil by example and direct training, proper work attitudes and work behaviours.  Provide learners with adequate and constructive feedback about their progressSource and support work experience placements and instil by example and direct training, proper work attitudes and work behaviours
  • Perform the role of Instructor under the guidance of the management of National Learning Network and co-operate fully with the centre staff and multi-disciplinary teams and relevant stakeholder such as CETB as required

 

 

 

 

 

 

Additional requirements

  • Driving license essential
  • Approachable, positive can do attitude
  • Ability to manage and adapt to changing environment
  • Motivation skills with energy & enthusiasm

 

 

 

 

Staff Benefits

  • Company Pension Scheme
  • Paid maternity leave
  • Paid paternity leave
  • 24 days annual leave
  • Bike to work scheme
  • Tax saver travel scheme
  • Income protection

 

 

 

 

To view full extensive job description please, click apply to visit our company site and download attachment at the bottom of the page.

These duties and responsibilities are a reflection of the present service requirements and may be subject to review and amendment to meet the changing needs of the services.

Closing Date: 4th November 2020

 

 

The Rehab Group is an equal opportunity employer

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Job Type

Full Time

Posted

1 day ago

Description


Our client is a speciality Healthcare company who have a number of sites across the world. In recent years, they have made an impressive footprint in Ireland operating across a number of sites that develop and manufacture a wide variety of products for global supply. Due to continued growth and success, they require an EHS professional to join their team on a permanent basis offering an excellent salary and benefits package.

The Role:

The EHS Specialist will report into the Head of Engineering at the site. This role will have responsibility for the coordination of all EHS activities to ensure compliance with national and company standards. The role also includes the management of facility systems to support site operations.

The Person:

In order to be considered you must have the following:
  • Degree in Occupational Health and Safety, EHS or related
  • A minimum of 3 years' experience within an EHS role
  • Experience working in a site based or production environment that is highly regulated
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • An ability to work cross functionally across a site to promote and positively influence EHS

To discover more about this opportunity, apply now or contact Gillian McMurrough at HRM on +353 87121 3548 for a confidential discussion.

About the Company

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HRM Recruit

For over 25 years, clients have trusted HRM to deliver the very best talent into critical Senior Executive, Middle Management and Professional Specialist appointments.

We are a single-source for a wide range of talent acquisition services including Contingency and Retained Search, Contract and Interim Solutions, Talent Mapping and Advisory Services. Our 50 consultants operate across three locations in Dublin, Cork & Galway.

Today our client base ranges across industries, from start-ups to global giants. Our unique internal research team, build on our private networks to deliver outstanding selection results.

HRM’s investment in technology, training and innovative selection tools, means we can assess candidates, not just for the immediate need, but also for their stretch potential. We seamlessly integrate process management, research and outstanding judgement to create solutions for our clients.

Company Size

20 to 49 employees

Founded

1992