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Overview of salaries statistics in the category "Mining, Resources & Energy in Ireland"

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Overview of salaries statistics in the category "Mining, Resources & Energy in Ireland"

5 443 £ Average monthly salary

Average salary in branch "Mining, Resources & Energy" in the last 12 months in Ireland

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The bar chart shows the change in the average wages in Ireland.

The distribution of vacancies in the category "Mining, Resources & Energy" of Ireland

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As seen in the chart, in Ireland the greatest number of vacancies in the category of Mining, Resources & Energy are opened in Leinster. In the second place is Munster, and the third - Connacht.

Regions rating Ireland by salary in branch "Mining, Resources & Energy"

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According to the statistics of our website, Leinster is leading in terms of average wages in the category Mining, Resources & Energy, which is 5451 GBP. Then Munster and Connacht follow.

Popular professions rating in the category "Mining, Resources & Energy in Ireland" in 2021 year

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Mining Quantity Surveyor is the most popular profession in Ireland in the category Mining, Resources & Energy. According to our Site the number of vacancies is 28. The average salary of the profession of Mining Quantity Surveyor is 4079 GBP

Highly paid professions rating in branch "Mining, Resources & Energy in Ireland"

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Mining Quantity Surveyor is the most popular profession in Ireland in the category Mining, Resources & Energy. According to our Site the number of vacancies is 28. The average salary of the profession of Mining Quantity Surveyor is 4079 GBP

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Data Analysis and Marketing Insight Manager,Global Galway,Grade 5
National University of Ireland, Galway,
Applications are invited for an appointment as Data Analysis and Marketing Insight Manager at NUI Galway.  NUI Galway seeks a Data Analyst & Market Insight Manager to provide data-driven advice and support to the university’s ambitious international student recruitment, mobility and partnership strategies. A university renowned for its teaching and research, with a prestigious history, we rank among the top 1% of universities in the world. Our campuses and research centres are located across the Western seaboard of Ireland in a region rich with culture and traditions.  We already attract student and staff talent from around the world, but we want to increase our impact and reach. We aspire to be a global university that creates opportunities where everyone can thrive through a shared responsibility for our future and leave a mark on the global stage.  The Data Analyst & Market Insight Manager will source, analyse and interpret marketing and recruitment data. This is a front line role, advising on and influencing the development and optimisation of global recruitment strategies within Global Galway and across our Colleges. We are seeking someone with a passion for robust data acquisition and management and high quality data analysis and interpretation, and a background in marketing.For informal enquiries, please contact Professor Becky Whay, Vice President International: Becky.Whay@nuigalway.ieAdditional information on the International Office is available here.Information on the university's Strategic Plan is available here.  Salary: € 51,694 to € 70,039 p.a (applicable to new entrants effective from January, 2011)(This appointment will be made on the Grade 5 scale in line with current Government pay policy)Closing date for receipt of applications is 17:00 (Irish Time) on Tuesday 24th August 2021.  It will not be possible to consider applications received after the closing date. Garda vetting may apply.  Appointments will be conditional on work authorisation validation. Further details are available at www.dbei.ie For more information and Application Form please see website: http://www.nuigalway.ie/about-us/jobs/ Applications should be submitted online. Please note that appointment to posts advertised will be dependent upon University approval, together with the terms of the Employment Control Framework for the higher education sector. National University of Ireland Galway is an equal opportunities employer.**Please refer to separate information booklet for details on application and appointment procedure**
Delivery Service Supervisor
Delivery Service Supervisor eFlexes are currently assisting with the recruitment of six Delivery Service Supervisors for our Limerick based Client. As a Delivery Service Supervisor, you will serve as a member of the wider Delivery Station Management Team and your primary responsibility will be to ensure that your team meet the agreed service levels established with the company’s client. Please note that the working week will run from either Wednesday to Saturday or Sunday to Wednesday, with each shift a 10-hour duration. A high level of flexibility will be required in peak times as the operation runs over a 24/7 basis. Main Responsibilities: Manage all the different areas under your control during your shift ensuring that we meet Client SLA Prepare your team & the area for the delivery times that are agreed by the Fulfilment Centre (FC) & Sort Centres (SC) Follow the daily detailed plan so that the predetermined routes are running in accordance with the set plan Deliver the daily workload plan that is received from the Delivery Service Manager (DSM) Maintenance of site IT systems and other customer systems & equipment such as COMP, Dolphin, Avery Scanners as needed on daily basis Manage the health & safety of employees and emergency systems, according to company policy and relevant law Follow all SOPS for the areas within your control Ensure Key Performance Indicators (KPI's) are met Provide leadership to your team, ensuring smooth day to day running of the Service Centre Ensure timely and effective communication with your teams & Client Teams Optimise the use of personnel, equipment and resources in meeting demanding Critical Pull Time (CPT) schedule Ensure that all the Service Centre and human resource objectives are met by ensuring that the training, assigning; communicating job expectations and adherence to policies and procedures are carried out on your shift Ensure that all training records for your team are kept up to date and accurate Support the DSM and respond effectively and efficiently to requests from Management Team as required Complete performance appraisals and development plans for your team Ensure efficient and effective use of Delivery Station space to include layout and future capacity requirements. Essential Skills and Experience: Demonstrated experience in leading teams to achieve results Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate at all levels both internally and externally Proficient in all MS Office packages (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) Previous experience in a Supply Chain or Logistics role Experience working within an ISO environment would also be beneficial. Knowledge of warehouse management systems (SAP, WMS) To apply, please forward your CV to angelina.oneill@eflexes.com or call 086 0205506 for further details.
Program Delivery Director/Manager - Water/Wastewater
Brightwater, Dublin (South)
Program Delivery Manager – Major water/wastewater programAs a result of large program in the water sector, our client is currently looking to recruit a Project Delivery Manager to manage the delivery of a major water expansion program in Ireland. This role is based from Dublin.Ideally you will come from a civil/quantity surveying background however program delivery experience from other engineering related disciplines will be considered. You will understand business management and all related aspect of running a large engineering program. You will be well versed in contracts management and have prior experience working with high profile clients, local authorities and stake holders.For this role you will have:•Commercial Management experience•Strong Business Development experience•A knowledge of the construction market in London•Qualification in Quantity Surveying•Ideally you will be chartered.•Knowledge of subcontractor tender packages.•Experience in all aspects of international contracts•Client facing experience•Cost and planning experience•Strategic management experience.•Experience in the power and energy sectors.•Budgeting and forecasting•Consulting background.•A good knowledge of current construction methodologies and program management.This is a crucial hire for this company and the ideal candidate will have a strong mix of client management, business development, project management and quantity surveying.For more details, please contact Cathal O Donnell on 01 662 1000 or [email protected]