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Among similar professions in Ireland the highest-paid are considered to be HR Consultant. According to our website the average salary is 6376 GBP. In the second place is HR Manager with a salary 2763 GBP, and the third - Recruitment Manager with a salary 2682 GBP.
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Compensation, Benefits & Payroll Manager
Brightwater, Dublin (Central)
We are looking for a Compensation and Benefits specialist, who is highly numerate and technically minded with good pensions and payroll experience. Key Responsibilities:We are looking for a Compensation and Benefits specialist, who is highly numerate and technically minded with good pensions and payroll experience. Acting at the intersection between HR and Finance, the role holder will be highly collaborative and numerate with a strong governance and systems thinking mindset. As a real completer finisher, you will be creative and innovative providing solutions that help us stand out from the crowd.Work with the Chief People Officer to ensure that our overall compensation program is comprehensive, competitive and aligned with our strategic objectives and appropriate for the markets in which we operate.Effectively accurately and consistently deliver payroll for our global team through appropriate third-party vendor arrangements – (currently 9 countries)Effectively design, implement, manage, and regularly evaluate our benefit programs to ensure that our offerings are attractive and accretive in the battle for top talent.Manage our HRIS as a single source of truth.Support the design and management of compensation packages and bonus programs that align with the company’s short- and longer-term strategic plan including the development and management of our commission plan and short- and long-term incentive plans.Effectively manage a comprehensive annual benchmarking and review processEffectively contribute to the development of an agile, results oriented continuous learning culture by supporting the development of appropriate career paths and performance management policies, procedures and processesPlay a significant role in protecting our teams personal, confidential and sensitive information by ensuring great governance and risk management.Effectively manage our employee mobility including visa requirements and Trusted Employer statusAct as the can do solutions oriented responsive point of contact in the People Team for all payroll and benefit and HRIS matters – provide a real ‘service’.Support the development, maintenance, delivery and review of effective People related metrics and data designed to guide team and Board thinking and assist decision makingEffectively document all key policies and procedures, ensuring segregation of responsibilities as appropriate.As a member of our small but vital People team, the role holder will be expected to be highly flexible, roll their sleeves up and get involved in all aspects of the people team, delivering as one The Ideal Candidate for this role:A track record of success in a similar role is essential, ideally with a minimum of 4 years’ experience in finance, compensation, or human resources with an in-depth knowledge of core compensation terminology and best practiceHighly detailed driven with emphasis on attention to detail, accuracy and the needs, objectives and challenges of internal and external stakeholders coupled with the ability to see the broader pictureA highly collaborate team ethos is essentialBias for action with ability to effectively executeHighly numerate with strong analytical and quantitative skills with the ability to prepare, assimilate and evaluate data well and quickly For a confidential conversation to understand more about this role, please contact Celia Moloney on 01 592 7882 or email [email protected] .
Dealing Services Officer
State Street Corporation, Dublin, IE
Dealing Services Officer Job Summary At this level you will be required to demonstrate a comprehensive knowledge of relevant work processes alongside a broad understanding of related and interfacing activities to provide effective management of Transfer Agency. You will be expected manage day to day tasks pertinent to the department's activities but a major focus will be on change management, resource planning and development, client relationship management and risk reduction. Job Duties and Responsibilities LEADERSHIP • Responsible for the achievement of specific department/section performance targets and objectives • As a member of the senior management team lead, direct and manage the department • Make sound operational decisions • Contribute to the development of the organisation in terms of financial planning, business strategy, service offerings and HR policies CLIENT RELATIONSHIP • Development and maintenance of strong client relationships • Handle and resolve complex/unusual operational and managerial problems that are referred from above and below • Ensure that procedures, policies and processes are adhered to so that a high quality service is delivered to the customer. Propose and/or implement procedural changes to improve performance of the department or of related business areas • Maintain and develop expertise demonstrating judgment and an understanding of the business • Responsible for the development and continued maintenance of satisfactory operational client and regulatory body relationships RESOURCE MANAGEMENT • Identify and secure resources required by the department and ensure effective utilisation • Ensure that Transfer Agency is properly resourced both in terms of people and technology whilst complying with agreed budgetary guidelines • Provide adequate training to all grades in support of the overall organisation & Transfer Agency Training Plan • Assist more senior colleagues when required to do so and deputise in their absence
Business Development Officer
Recruit.ie, Unspecified, Central Dublin
About the roleSpeaking with customers or clients either over the phone or face-to-face.Generate leads and cold call potential customers.Help identify new business opportunities for your company, including possible growth areas, emerging markets, and useful trends.Set aims and objectives for the organisation.Planning and preparing presentations.Ensuring management is provided with feedback.Understanding the needs of your company’s target audience and creating a plan to meet them.Work with the Recruitment teams.Attend conferences and seminars.Discussing promotional strategies with the marketing department.Requirements3-5 years of work experience.Exceptional motivation skills, both for yourself and the staff.Cold Calling experience.Great organizational and networking skills.Outstanding interpersonal, leadership, and communication skills.A professional manner and appearance when meeting clients.In some roles, you may need a full driving license.Excellent IT skills.Initiative and good decision-making skills.Presentation skills and the ability to use PowerPoint.A professional phone manner for making contact.The capacity to analyse sales figures and write reports.
Mapping and Charting Officer
CPL, Belfast, Northern
At CPL we are passionate about providing our clients with the best talent experience possible. We work with our clients to provide innovative solutions to meet their talent challenges.We are currently recruiting for a Major Public body as part of nation- wide contract. The seek to hire 2 Mapping and Charting Officers for their Ordinance Survey team. Working hours: Monday to Friday (Flexi time)Salary: 27,000Location: BelfastThe position is temporary with an estimated duration of 12 months. Please note that this is purely an estimated duration.Duties and Responsibilities: The main activities which the post holder will be expected to perform are as follows:Editors will be responsible for the editing and maintenance of the DAERA LPIS fields and features within a bespoke GIS application; ensuring edits are in line with the 2022 DAERA Protocol and within error tolerance.Selection Criteria A BTEC National Certificate or equivalent qualification in an appropriate subject, such as Civil Engineering Surveying, Geographic Information Systems, Geography, Physical Sciences, Engineering; OR BTEC Higher National Certificate or equivalent in an appropriate subject, such as Civil Engineering Surveying, Geographic Information Systems, Geography, Physical Sciences, Engineering; Ability to work autonomously within the home environment; managing time and output accurately and in line with team targets
Property Development Officer
CPL, Dublin, Leinster
Property Development officer, Acquisitions On behalf of our client, a public sector, we are recruiting a Property Development Officer to manage the development projects through to handover to the local management. This involves the search for and acquisition of properties, completion of the purchase process or lease process as appropriate, project managing the refurbishment or construction works, dealing with all legal matters, and managing the budgeting and funding process. The role is based in Dublin and travel may be required from time to time. Duties and Responsibilities:Manage property projects from initiation; on site stage; and handover to local management, to the required specification, to include engaging professionals, overseeing design and specification, managing payments schedules, completion of snagging work, coordination of final inspections and certifications and management of retention payments.Assess the feasibility of development proposals and make informed recommendations to management on the optimum scope of these proposals.Drive VFM in all projects, whilst adhering to planning, compliance, fire safety, building regulations and best practice accessibility standards to ensure the best possible return is obtained.Establish working relationships with key Local Authority staff and manage the funding process from initial application through to final payments and all associated administration and communication with the Local Authorities.Identify, source and review suitable property for purchase, lease or licence as required and to represent the Housing Association in the lease, licence and purchase negotiations.Prepare and issue project briefs, updates and reports to internal and external stakeholders as required.Requirements:3rd level qualification in building or construction (NFQ7); appropriate professional experience in building project management and surveying.5 years’ experience in a property and construction environment and 3+ years’ experience in a similar role.Experience in working with key industry professionals such as architects, surveyors, solicitors.Experience with the full range of property regulatory and compliance requirements.Experience in project management principles, practices and techniques.Experience of development in the social housing sector in Ireland.Experience and training in property acquisition and lease negotiation and procurement.Knowledge of Irish-based building related contract procedures, contractual principles, building regulations, building control regulations and construction/workplace health & safety regulationsKnowledge of building procurement practices and principles and OGP guidelinesStrong competency with excel, word and other MS Office Suite programmesExcellent interpersonal and team work skills.High degree of efficiency and ability to self-manage.Strong of time and financial management skills.Full Clean Driving LicenceRewards: Exciting permanent role. Remuneration will depend on candidates experience, suitability and fit for the role. Salary bracket ranges from €45,000 to €50,000 plus per annum.Call Darina on 0866078982 to discuss your career interests. To apply send your CV in confidence now.
HR Administrator and Recruitment Officer
Cpl are currently working with a Public Sector client searching for an experienced HR Officer to join their expanding HR operations team fora 12 month Contract. The successful candidate will require 2+ years HR/Recruitment experience, strong attention to detail and excellent organisation skills. Particular on recruitment duties from sourcing to onboarding of new staff. The role will initially be Work from Home, pending change in Covid regulations.RESPONSIBILITIES REQUIREDProvide support to HRBP on any open vacancies, in line with the organisation’s procedures and all relevant legislationPreparation of job descriptions and appropriate advertisingAct as point of contact for any interested applicantsScreen suitable CV’s and prepare shortlistsInterview schedulingConduct 1st stage interviews, depending on level of vacancyCompletion of references and any required background screeningCoordinate induction and assist where necessaryProvide any process improvement recommendations relating to recruitmentProvide any relevant HR ops support via helpdesk/mailbox and update systems & databasesReporting on HR analytics weekly/monthly and updating HR filesParticipate in any projects or initiative as requiredEXPEREINCE REQUIRED2+ years’ Recruitment/HR experienceHR qualificationExcellent analytical, administration and organisation skillsExperience working in a high volume and fast-paced environmentStrong Microsoft Office skills - Excel and WordExcellent verbal and written communication skillsFor further information please contact Sarah Fitzharris at firstname.lastname@example.org
Administrative Officer 2
Trinity College Dublin, Dublin
Comp ID: 035065Job Title: Administrative Officer 2School/Department: Human ResourcesJob Category and Level: Professional, Administrative & Support; Administrative 2The Purpose of the RoleTo support the HR Services Manager in delivering a comprehensive administrative support service to the University for all aspects of Employee pay, set-up, administration of leaves and benefits and manage the complete Employee life cycle. The role will also supervise and train the Employee Services team to deliver HR & Payroll Administrative services to agreed standards of quality and customer service levels and resolve escalated issues and complaints for the Team.Context Employee Services is part of the HR department and is responsible for providing HR and Payroll administrative services to the University Community of over 6,000 staff and visitors. This role works as part of a team of HR staff that carry out all HR-related administrative processes. The role will have responsibility and accountability for specific sections and Teams and will report to the HR Services Manager. The role holder will be responsible for day-to-day running of their section, support other sections or areas during peak activities, assist with Audits and Projects and deputise for HR Services Manager as required.Main ResponsibilitiesThis is a list of the tasks, duties and responsibilities for the role.Operational Supervise the work of the ES team to ensure that all processes are delivered to a standard of high quality and customer-focused service.Train teams to maximise performance by designing and delivering effective coaching sessions to improve quality, service levels and turnaround resultsPerform regular quality reviews & give effective feedback to the Teams on their individual performance and escalate to Manager when underperformance is identified as part of Team Performance managementEnsure queries are managed efficiently at all times and are responded to within the Team SLAs, also ensure workloads are equally distributed, prioritised and identifiedOversee and quality check requests received and data processed by your Team. Responsible for ensuring all data issues are reviewed and corrected before final handover to Payroll.Ensure the team are equipped to make accurate calculations on data as received so these can be interpreted and incorporated into their workCarry out regular checks and reviews of documents and forms with legal / financial consequences for e.g. salary certs, letters, social welfare forms etc and take appropriate action to rectify any issues and improve processes and service to staff/clients.Be the point of contact with HR Payroll unit for escalations, handover timelines, high net payment checks & communication of high priority information to ensure operational effectivenessRun reports from HR systems and analyse data to identify issues for further investigation and take the initiative to develop options or solutions to resolve these, liaising with management, colleagues and University stakeholders. Work through issues to resolution, then monitor progress and implement any improvements or take remedial action.Responsible for collating yearly Increment and Pay Increase information for processing by TeamsOrganise Staffing Approval files received from Workforce Planning and distribute to the Teams as required Respond to complaints and escalated issues, analyse and resolve problems, identify new approaches for resolution based on experience and consultation with stakeholdersSupport all Internal & External Audits to ensure all legal aspects are adhered to concerning systems, data and processes. Provide all requested data & explanation for Audit within the deadline with 100% accuracy. Follow through with auditors and colleagues in HR and FSD to ensure that all information is provided until the audit query is closed. Take action as required to ensure that audit recommendations are implemented in the unit to avoid similar audit findings in the future.Take a lead role in Projects as a subject matter and technical expert, be responsible for task coordination, inspire Team members, influence key decisions, track and identify gaps and puttimely resolutions in place, ensure deliverables of the Project and milestones are achieved in line with wider Project Team objectives.Monitor & Analyse Employee Services Dashboards for timely reporting to Stakeholders and Management Teams. Ensure the Dashboards are reviewed and updated continuously to keep pace with the quantity and quality of service delivery from Employee Services Team Support Team with processing of data as required on an adhoc basis e.g: during peak volumes, sickness, holiday cover etc.Support HR Services Manager to forecast your team’s Annual activity using data to build insights into busy periodsWork with Manager and Payroll to set payroll and handover deadlines for the year and their communication to the University Cultivate an agile work environment in which you and your team can flex and move to cover different areas, cross training Teams leaving no knowledge gaps and allowing for holiday cover Support and work with Manager to ensure that Employee Services Team is adequately resourced, trained and equipped for service delivery, review team structure where appropriate to provide optimal service levels. This includes building a fully cross trained cross functional team where appropriateParticipate in Recruiting and Interview processes as requiredAddress backlogs and/or missed deadlines with no delay & put measures in place to clear backlogs with least delay. Work with Team to put resolutions in place to prevent such backlogs in future. Identify solutions that are sensitive to the needs of users/stakeholders when devising updates to processes, documentation, deadlines and workflows. Ensure escalations are addressed and resolved within 24 to 48 hours. Where it takes longer, ensure that parties are kept updated on the progress and expected timelines for resolutionForge strong and positive relationships and negotiate better ways of working with key internal (Service Centre, Payroll, Pensions, Employee Relations, Recruitment, Promotions & Probations) and external (School & Dept Admins & Managers) StakeholdersProvide advice to peers and customers on HR & Payroll related matters e:g increments, processes, deadlines etc.Ensure timely communication and updates are provided to Stakeholders and Customers to ensure efficient delivery of services and supportReach out to key stakeholders to influence processes and secure their buy-in to improved processes that work for the teamAct as an effective Deputy in the absence of Manager, with discretion to make decisions with a short-term impact to provide immediate support/problem resolutionSupport a culture of “One HR Team” working together towards a common goalBe available and flexible for Department / University Calls & meetings and take the lead on delivering updates to the immediate team and wider HR team on developments in processes or other project work.Planning & OrganisingStakeholder / Customer Support Continuous Improvement Continuously review and refresh Employee Services Calendar and Catalogue of Services and ProcessesCoordinate alignment of processes across Schools and Departments ensuring that your team receives an instruction:once only complete correct ready to actionIdentify and improve processes where margin of error is most likely (overpayments, underpayments, starters without system access/ ID cards). Personally initiate any process improvements as soon as they are identified, work with your Manager and Team to implement these changes, control and monitor the improvements and changes to ensure they are working as expectedReview and map ‘similar’ processes across the Employee Services team so that Team are working in an aligned wayEnsure all Knowledge Docs, Manuals and FAQs for your section are maintained and kept up-todate at all times and that all staff are trained on all aspects for the roleKeep skills up to date and develop depth or breadth of knowledge in a particular area through learning from more senior/experienced colleagues, exposure to a range of activities, and/or formal training/professional qualificationPerson Requirements The role-holder will require the following knowledge, skills and attributes for successful performance in the role.Qualifications Degree ideally in HR or Business related field.Payroll Qualification - highly desirable Knowledge & Experience At least 5 years’ experience working in a very busy high transactional HR / Payroll Operations, Administration or Processing Capacity At least 2 years' experience working as a HR Supervisor/Coordinator/People Manager - essentialExcellent IT skills with a high level of competency in Microsoft Office, in particular Outlook, Word and ExcelStrong working knowledge of Core HR & Core Pay – essentialExperience in running and manipulating data; experience in reporting and using reports to validate and check dataExperience in leading or working with a team to deliver projectsExposure to audit scenarios, producing data and documentation for audits A strong solution focus — track record of working in an environment which demands challenging deliverables and deadlines along with the ability to drive appropriate solutions which are customer focused, add value and are cost effectiveAwareness of HR, Payroll & Revenue related policies and regulationsAn excellent understanding of all University Procedures with respect to Recruitment, HR Administration and Payroll Experience of working/responding independently and dealing with unforeseen problems and circumstances
Finance & Administration Officer
FORBAIRT FHÁNADA CUIDEACHTA FAOI THEORAINN RÁTHAÍOCHTA, Letterkenny, County Donegal
Job Description Share The Finance and Administration Officer will be responsible for the day-to-day financial operations of the Lighthouse. Full-time permanent subject to the continuation of funding and following a 6 month probationary period. This position occupies a key role in the day-to-day administration and financial management of the amenity with particular emphasis on supporting the Manager and Board in the strategic development of the site in maximizing its future potential. Candidates must meet the following criteria on the closing date:Essential:Professional Qualifications and Experience:•A relevant professional qualification- AAT, CIMA, ACCA, CPA or ACA or•a minimum of 3 years prior experience in a similar role with an excellent understanding of general administration, financial planning and management reporting.•High level of competency in MS office in particular Excel and project planning software•Excellent problem solving, analytical and organisational skills.•Exemplary written and verbal communication skills with exceptional attention to detail.•Ability to work to deadlines•Strong commercial awareness •Day to day office administration associated with the efficient running of the company •Maintaining Primary day books and advising on variances (Purchases, Sales, Cash and Wages)•Preparation and administration of payroll and pensions•Statutory tax returns (Revenue Commissioners)•Managing Accommodation Bookings (Deposits/Payments)•Working capital and cash management (Including Bank lodgements and reconciliations)•Contributing to Business and Strategic planning•Preparation of monthly accounts for the Board and year-end financial accounts for external auditor•Budgeting, forecasting and cashflow•Analysis of overheads and supporting the implementing of cost reductions•Supporting the Board Treasurer with financial data as required. This Job Description is intended as a basic guide to the scope and responsibilities of the position and is subject to regular review and amendment. The role holder will be required to be flexible in this position and is expected to facilitate working additional hours on occasion, when requested. Please submit your CV with cover letter to email@example.com On or before the closing date: Monday 9 August 2021 Career Level Experienced [Non-Managerial] Candidate Requirements Essential Minimum Experienced Required (Years): 3 Minimum Qualification:Level 7 (incl Diploma & Ordinary Bachelor Degree) Desirable Ability Skills:Administration, Analytical Competency Skills:Collaboration, Priority Planning, Time Management Specialising In:ms office
Health Support Officer
In partnership with an international charity organisation, Cpl Healthcare are recruiting for a Health Support Officer to join the head office based in Dublin city centre. The role will involve coordinating general healthcare and mental health training and support for staff and their dependants, both in Ireland and international. The role includes delivering health and wellbeing support to staff and has a strong administrative focus.This will be a 2 year full time contract, with part time options available for the right candidate.Requirements:The ideal candidate will hold a minimum level 7 in an allied health profession, nursing, social care, or relevant area.They will have at least one year experience in healthcare, ideally 2 years.Strong IT skills- Microsoft office, Zoom etc.Excellent communication skills.Ability work well on own initiative and as part of a larger teamEffective planning and organising Duties:Provide administrative support to the Health Unit using MS Office systems;Process confidential medical documentation, invoices, payments and data;Co-ordinate and guide pre and post assignment medicals for staffThis includes organizing and tracking the following:Medical examinations (including vaccinations and medication prescriptions);Health briefings;Resilience briefings;Post assignment briefings.Co-ordinate and guide Dublin and UK staff in relation to medical requirements for business travel;Liaise with staff who are seeking support for physical and/or mental health or illness using existing resources and signposting. Develop health plans as necessary;Monitor individual illness and illness trends;Deliver staff health briefings as necessary;Coordinate and manage briefing and information tools related to Health Unit activities;Coordinate webinars, presentations, and training and information sessions as required, for Dublin/UK and for overseas staff. Assist in delivery of training modules to staff;Input and provide administrative assistance to the development of briefing documents and guidance notes for various staff groups related to COVID-19 and non COVID-19;Accept, advance and pursue any new objectives or responsibilities that may be assigned by the Health Advisor;Contribute to the development of policy and procedures within the Health Unit and the HR department; Provide cover for the Concern Emergency phone on a rota basis;Undertake specific projects as required; Any other duties as required.For more information, please contact Meigheann on Meigheann.Lyons@cplhealthcare.com
Health Support Officer
In partnership with an international charity organisation, Cpl Healthcare are recruiting for a Health Support Officer to join the head office based in Dublin city centre. The role will involve coordinating general healthcare and mental health training and support for staff and their dependants, both in Ireland and international. The role includes delivering health and wellbeing support to staff and has a strong administrative focus.This will be a 2 year full time contract, with part time options available for the right candidate.Requirements:The ideal candidate will hold a minimum level 7 in an allied health profession, nursing, social care, or relevant area.They will have at least one year experience in healthcare, ideally 2 years.Strong IT skills- Microsoft office, Zoom etc.Excellent communication skills.Ability work well on own initiative and as part of a larger teamEffective planning and organising Duties:Provide administrative support to the Health Unit using MS Office systems;Process confidential medical documentation, invoices, payments and data;Co-ordinate and guide pre and post assignment medicals for staffThis includes organizing and tracking the following:Medical examinations (including vaccinations and medication prescriptions);Health briefings;Resilience briefings;Post assignment briefings.Co-ordinate and guide Dublin and UK staff in relation to medical requirements for business travel;Liaise with staff who are seeking support for physical and/or mental health or illness using existing resources and signposting. Develop health plans as necessary;Monitor individual illness and illness trends;Deliver staff health briefings as necessary;Coordinate and manage briefing and information tools related to Health Unit activities;Coordinate webinars, presentations, and training and information sessions as required, for Dublin/UK and for overseas staff. Assist in delivery of training modules to staff;Input and provide administrative assistance to the development of briefing documents and guidance notes for various staff groups related to COVID-19 and non COVID-19;Accept, advance and pursue any new objectives or responsibilities that may be assigned by the Health Advisor;Contribute to the development of policy and procedures within the Health Unit and the HR department; Provide cover for the Concern Emergency phone on a rota basis;Undertake specific projects as required; Any other duties as required.For more information, please contact Meigheann on Apply
Data Analyst - Athena SWAN/EDI Projects Officer
University of Limerick, Limerick
TITLE OF POST: Data Analyst - Athena SWAN/EDI Projects OfficerLOCATION: University of LimerickREPORTS TO: Director Human Rights, Equality, Diversity & InclusionCONTRACT TYPE: MultiannualSALARY SCALE: €51,186 - €72,682 p.a.Please confirm that you are currently eligible to work in Ireland. Applications by candidates who are not eligible to work in Ireland unfortunately cannot be processed. JOB DESCRIPTION1. Job PurposeThe University of Limerick is committed to integrating equality and human rights (EHR) into its structures, procedures, actions, values and culture. Our vision is to be a leader and role model in EDI in the higher education sector nationally and internationally, and for EDI to be at the heart of all we do. The role of the Human Rights – EDI Office is to promote an inclusive and diverse work and student environment for all. Reporting to the Director Human Rights – EDI the post holder will play an important role in ensuring the promotion and mainstreaming of equality, diversity and inclusion in UL.The post holder will undertake the Institutional application data analysis requirements. They will have responsibility for the provision of guidance and support, both at Faculty/School and department level, on the collation and analysis of quantitative and qualitative data, setting targets and the measurement of progress against those targets. They will develop a data hub providing accurate up-to-date information to the Institution, Academic and Support Departments across the University seeking Athena SWAN accreditation/renewal and drive the completion of AS Action Plans.Working in a small team, the successful applicant will play a key part in realising the University’s strategic ambitions in respect of Athena SWAN and our Equality and Human Rights Strategy.2. Key AccountabilitiesThe Data Analyst - Athena SWAN/EDI Projects Officer will:Support the Institutional AS SWAN application data analysis and support, Faculty/School/Department AS SWAN submissions by collating, analysing and interpreting complex statistical management information (from various stakeholders, datasets and University groups) to formulate strong applications.Work with faculties/schools/departments across the University collating specialist information to support all submissions.Set up a staff and student data hub available to all department AS leads.Provide technical expertise for advising senior members in the operational aspects of Athena SWAN.Coordinate quantitative data collection and assist with necessary data preparation, analysis and presentation.Organise and manage other data-gathering activities, including surveys and focus groups, to further an understanding of gender-equality related issues in the university and provide an evidence-base for action.Maintain a risk register and continuous improvements log, provide regular reporting and maintain all the project documentation in line with best practice project management methodologies.Gather benchmarking data, support data analysis, set targets and monitor progress and achievements against targets set and measure impact of initiatives.Provide support and advice on Human Rights, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion projects.With the Director Human Rights (HR) – EDI implement a communications strategy around the University’s Athena SWAN agenda via workshops, written communications and a dedicated online presence.Map baseline activity across the University which supports good practice for the advancement and promotion of gender equality across all disciplines.Support the compiling of future applications at School/Department and Central Support Unit levels.Collaborate with the Director HR-EDI, and the Learning and Development function to develop initiatives, events and programmes that further EDI/Gender Equality across the institution.Undertake such other duties commensurate with the grade of the post, as may reasonably be required by the Direct HR-EDI.Identify opportunities for funding.3. Context3a Key Working Relationships & ContactsReports to the Director Human Rights – EDI in UL. Will interact regularly with Deans, Athena SWAN leads, Athena SWAN Network members.Will have contact with individuals from across the full spectrum of the University.May participate in the activities of sectoral bodies and international bodies with prior approval of the Director HR-EDI.Maintains and builds external contacts with suppliers and providers of services.3b Working Environment/Special CircumstancesThe post holder works from an office location or from home, as designated by the Director Human Rights, Equality, Diversity & Inclusion.3c Job BoundariesContributes to the development of business plans for the HR-EDI Unitproject management of operational plans.Monitors progress and ensures that corrective action is taken to meet targets.Must possess excellent organisational and time management skills and ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines.4. Dimensions (Budget, Staff, Customer, Operational, Administrative)Contribute to forward financial and resources planning, including promoting cost effectiveness/value for money.5. Knowledge, Functional Skills, Experience & QualificationsKnowledgeCompetence in managing and analysing statistical and/or financial data, including drawing down of data from systems such as CORE HR or equivalent. EssentialExperience in data gathering, analysis and report preparation and ability to conduct research via methods including surveys and focus groups. EssentialAbility to communicate complex information, including data analysis, to suit the needs of different audiences. EssentialAbility to conduct empirical research (such as surveys or focus groups) and to analyse and present data. EssentialExperience managing projects with a demonstrable capacity to work with, and effectively influence, all stakeholders from a variety of disciplines on cross-institutional collaborative projects, in a higher education or similar environment. EssentialRelevant experience of interrogating multiple connected and disconnected bespoke business systems across an organisation and pulling that information into accessible formats and presenting recommendations and conclusions in support of business decision making. EssentialFunctional/Work-based Skills Experience and proficiency across a platform of relevant data analytic software e.g. Microsoft Office, Excel, SPSS. EssentialWritten communication: must have excellent verbal written communication skills must be able to communicate and write clearly, concisely and error free. EssentialOral communication: ability to communicate convincingly and confidently whilst explaining complex and intricate solutions. EssentialExcellent organisational and time management skills and ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines. EssentialProven ability to work on own initiative and to handle multiple priorities. EssentialExperienceA minimum 4 years’ experience working in an environment involving direct responsibility for collecting, analysing, reviewing and presenting data to inform strategic decision making. EssentialProven ability to work independently and use initiative. EssentialRelevant experience of successful project co-ordination across a range of activities and managing competing priorities to achieve milestones on schedule providing specialist, professional advice, support and/or training.Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills; including content generation, data capture and analysis (qualitative and quantitative), report-writing, document presentation and process visualisation skills. EssentialAbility to assimilate and analyse information quickly and accurately, and to think strategically under pressure, formulate decisions and make recommendations, often to tight deadlines EssentialExperience of working in the Higher Education Sector. DesirableExperience of Athena SWAN applications – institutional and/or School. DesirableExperience in creating and maintaining business dashboards through the use of data visualisations to simplify complex datasets. DesirableQualificationsDegree or equivalent qualification, with a strong data handling/analysis element. EssentialPostgraduate qualification in project management/data analytics. Desirable6. Behavioural CompetenciesCustomer Focus (Level 4)Understands who the customer is and is willing and able to deliver high quality services; which meets the needs and exceeds the expectations of all customers. Constantly strives to find new ways to increase customer satisfaction. Planning & Organising (Level 4)Organises own time effectively, creates own work schedules, prioritises workload, prepares in advance and sets realistic timescales.Monitors progress towards operational or strategic objectives. Makes sure all activity and resources are used efficiently and effectively.Using Initiative, Achieving Goals (Level 4)Ability to focus efforts and energy on successfully achieving standards of excellence in delivery of goals and objectives. Thinks ahead, identifies opportunities and independently takes action to influence events where appropriate. Is accountable for meeting objectives to the required standard.Decision Making & Problem Solving (Level 4)Ability to analyse situations, diagnose problems, identify the key issues, establish and evaluate alternative courses of action and produce a logical, practical and acceptable solutionsEffective Communication (Level 4)Ability to effectively communicate; both verbally and in writing, with individuals and groups. Ensures there is an effective flow of information in terms of awareness and understanding. Is flexible and able to use varying styles and methods of communication.Team & Collaborative working (Level 4)Ability to work co-operatively within a group and across UL to achieve UL goals in a respectful manner. Fosters a collegiate environment. Understands and is tolerant of differing needs and viewpoints.Ability to build and maintain effective relationships and networks. This may be in relation to contacts, both inside and outside the university who can provide information, assistance and support.Innovation & Creative Thinking (Level 4)Ability to develop new insights into situations and apply innovative solutions to make improvements. Creates a work environment that encourages creative thinking and innovation in the design of programmes and processes.Change, Adaptability and Flexibility (Level 4)Flexible and comfortable adapting current work practices and procedures to respond to changing/different situations. To embrace change, take intelligent/measured risks, and support others to engage in the change process. Continuous Development (Level 4)Recognises that continuous development is essential for success in any role, and takes steps to develop self, and helps others to excel at what they do. Thinking & Acting Strategically (Level 4)Understands the purpose, context, goals, and objectives of the University, their own area, and how there are strategically interlinked. Demonstrates an understanding of how current actions will impact on longer term business objectives.
CPL, County Louth, Leinster
HR OFFICERServisource Recruitment are IMMEDIATELY seeking a HR Officer for their client who is based in Louth.Contract: Full-TimeLocation: Ardee, LouthDays/Hours: 40 hours per week (Flexibility to work hours over 4 or 5 days)Rate of pay: €35,000 The HR Officer will need excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. The HR officer is expected to be knowledgeable with employment legislation and possess strategic and commercial insight to the labour process, must be able to negotiate with diplomacy. To ensure success, an HR officer should display excellent organisational skills, good time-management skills, and the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment, should possess remarkable conflict management and decision-making skills to ensure employee compliance.HR Officer Responsibilities:· Preparing job descriptions, advertising vacant positions, and managing the employment process and cessation.· Orientating new employees and training existing employees.· Monitoring and maintain proper HR Systems.· Ensuring that all employees are organised and satisfied in their work environment.· Overseeing the health and safety of all employees.· Coaching and Implementing systematic staff development procedures.· Implement policies and support to all department.· Ensuring meticulous implementation of payroll and benefits administration.· Communicating with staff about issues affecting their performance.· Ensuring accurate and proper record-keeping of employee information in electronic and digital format.· Extraction and analysis of data from the HR system as required, e.g. payroll reports, attendance reports, trend and KPI reports etc.HR Officer Requirements:· Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources and CIPD certified. · Minimum 2+ years of relevant experience in human resources.· Able to engage in meaningful negotiation and resolution.· Knowledge of Employment legislation. · Excellent verbal and written communication skills.· Full understanding of HR functions and best practices.Advantages · Additional training/certification in Payroll Management· Labour Relations certification · Experience as a Skills Development FacilitatorAll applicants will be treated with the strictest of confidence! Apply now or send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting the reference JO-2107-472240
Senior Technical Officer CRANN Cleanroom
Trinity College Dublin, Dublin
Post Title: Senior Technical Officer CRANN CleanroomPost Status: Specific Purpose ContractDepartment/Faculty: CRANN / AMBER, Trinity College Dublin, the University ofDublinLocation: CRANN - Centre for Research on AdaptiveNanostructures and Nanodevices Trinity College Dublin, the University of DublinCollege Green, Dublin 2, IrelandReports to: Head of Research Infrastructure and FacilitiesSalary: Appointment will be made on the Senior Technical Officer139 Schedule B Pay Scale Salary Scale] at a point in line with Government Pay Policy €51,263 to €61,587https://www.tcd.ie/hr/assets/pdf/monthly-technical.pdf Hours of Work: 39 Hours per week Closing Date: 12 Noon (Irish Standard Time), Thursday 29th July 2021The successful applicant will be expected to take up post as soon as possible. Post SummaryReporting to the Head of Research Infrastructure and Facilities, the Senior Technical Officer CRANN Cleanroom will be responsible for the provision of day-to-day technical support to enable the safe and successful operation of the CRANN cleanroom and its associated tools. The successful candidate will be expected to ensure the effective operation and upkeep of critical tools, to assist in the further development and documentation of cleanroom processes, to assist in the training of researchers and to ensure the effective organisation of the cleanroom itself. Standard Duties and Responsibilities of the PostImplement appropriate processes and controls with respect to health and safety suitable for a clean room environment- including the execution of safety audits, risk assessments and process controls.Implement appropriate elements of good laboratory practice within the clean room with respect to optimizing equipment uptime and maintenance, tracking and monitoring of equipment performance and usage.Ensure reliable operation of a wide range of thin film process tools.Develop standard operation and maintenance procedures.Carry out maintenance on equipment, liaise with vendors and manage spare parts and service contracts.Monitor the clean room environment and services, liasing with Estates and Facilties department as required to address issues as they arise.Order and maintain clean room chemicals, gases and consumables.Manage equipment booking system and documentation; report on usage.Manage operation of gas delivery systems.Work with process system owners to monitor and optimize performance.Participate in process development activities.Provide general technical support to Principal Investigators within the Centre.Participate in training in the use or operation of specialized equipment as required.Coordinate the Clean Room Committee meetings - including the documentation of minutes and management of action itemsThe maintenance of records of consumables used by Investigators (e.g. gas usage etc.) within the centre and assist in the management of a charge back systemAssisting in the preparation of budgets and maintaining records of expenditure as requiredMonitoring the waste management cleaning services for the laboratories within the centre and liaising with the relevant service providers as required Other reasonable duties as required that contribute to the achievement of the Centre’s objectives. Person Specification QualificationsQualifications for New Staff (from 1 January 2007) Entry to the profession will require a relevant Honours degree.;National Certificate on Entry- Qualifications for Existing Staff (before 1 January 2007)The minimum entry for staff will be the 1st point of the Technical Officer scale unless they have prior service in the public sector in an analogous role – then salary determination will apply.N.B. The preferred candidate if an MSc holder on entry, with a minimum of 3 years’ experience (that must be relevant), may be appointed at Senior Technical Officer level. Knowledge & Experience (Essential & Desirable) All Candidates must have a minimum of three years’ experience in a semiconductor clean room. Experience of working in research within a cleanroom environment is desirable. Successful Candidates will have excellent organisational, interpersonal and communication skills. A good aptitude for hands on problem solving and repair of scientific instrumentation.Essential Familiarity with good laboratory practice and Health and Safety legislationKnowledge and experience of chemical handling, risk assessments and safety protocol within a clean room environment. The ability to communicate and interact effectively with up to 100 researchers in order to facilitate the safe, smooth and efficient running of the areaAt least three year’s practical experience of work in an electronic cleanroom in a research or industrial environmentPractical knowledge of a range of device processing procedures Experience of three or more of the following is necessary: deposition of metal or semiconductor films, lithography, physical or chemical etching, vacuum systems, training of tool users, cleanroom management. The successful candidate needs to be a good communicator, both written and verbal, with the capacity to communicate and transfer technical information effectively.Proven experience of managing internal and external customer relationships, ability to negotiation with a number of vendors and services providers. Excellent technical skills - can identify a problem/risk and propose and implement solutions to multi-faceted technical issues.Ability to debug and repair analytical / scientific equipment. Excellent time management skills and the ability to meet deadlines while working on multiple projects simultaneously – ability to prioritise tasks and see through to completion;Excellent IT skills including experience with MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook. Skills & CompetenciesThe successful candidate needs to be a good communicator, both written and verbal, with the capacity to communicate and transfer technical information effectively.Proven experience of managing internal and external customer relationships, ability to negotiation with a number of vendors and services providers. Excellent technical skills - can identify a problem/risk and propose and implement solutions to multi-faceted technical issues.Ability to debug and repair analytical / scientific equipment. Excellent time management skills and the ability to meet deadlines while working on multiple projects simultaneously – ability to prioritise tasks and see through to completion;Excellent IT skills including experience with MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook. Application Information In order to assist the selection process, applicants should submit a Curriculum Vitae and a Cover Letter (1x A4 page) that specifically address the following points in their application.Applicants must have at least 3 years’ experience in a Semiconductor cleanroom environment. Applicants should clearly address this experience and how they obtained their knowledge in their application.An understanding of the semiconductor cleanroom process is essential. The applicant should give examples of involvement in cleanroom instrumentation problem solving and what the applicant learned from the process.Illustrate, through past example, their ability to work on their own initiative and resolve problems. Please Note: Applicants who do not address the application requirements above in their cover letter will not be considered at the short list stage.Applicants should note that the interview process for this appointment may include the delivery of a presentation and may include a test of practical skills.
Business Development Officer
University of Limerick, Limerick
TITLE OF POST: Business Development OfficerLOCATION: University of LimerickREPORTS TO: Director - DPTCCONTRACT TYPE: Specific PurposeSALARY SCALE: €51,186 - €72,682 p.a. pro rataPlease confirm that you are currently eligible to work in Ireland. Applications by candidates who are not eligible to work in Ireland unfortunately cannot be processed. JOB DESCRIPTION1. Job PurposeThe Dairy Processing Technology Centre is hosted at UL and is a 5-year, €20M project to provide advanced technology research solutions relevant to the Irish Dairy Processing sector. The Centre is now in Phase 2 (2020 – 2025) with a new Research Programme approved by Enterprise Ireland. The DPTC Business Development Officer will report to the DPTC Centre Director.The role of Business Development Officer will involve assisting the Centre Director with the development of the overall research programme and business strategy for the DPTC and supporting the execution of these strategies across Phase2 of the Centre.The DPTC Business Development Officer (BDO) will be a member of the DPTC Operations Management Team (OMT), which is headed by the DPTC Centre Director. The role of the BDO will be to work with the DPTC community to identify new industrial members, project opportunities and funding opportunities aligned with DPTC.Additionally, the BDO role is to get existing and new partners to fully engage with the Centre to benefit both the partners and the Centre to the maximum. The BDO role acts as the interface between the DPTC academic and industrial communities in both business development and industry liaison activities. The role requires significant understanding of industry requirements from the Centre.The BDO will work with the Centre Director and Industry contacts with a view to establish future target projects and to gain appropriate financial support from the industrial partners to fund these. The role will involve significant travel to industry sites as well as academic institutions within Ireland. The BDO will work closely with the Centre Director to deliver the DPTC strategy and reach ambitious Enterprise Ireland targets. The successful candidate will be external facing and represent DPTC at a national level and where required, will engage with International collaborators.2. Key AccountabilitiesDevelop, in conjunction with the Centre Director, the DPTC strategy and business plan.Drive and facilitate DPTC research programme development together with all DPTC stakeholders (including but not limited to PIs, Industry Partners, Enterprise Ireland, DPTC OMT, DPTC Governance Committees).Design and facilitate critical Centre reviews including Scientific Advisory Boards and Enterprise Ireland reviews.Assist the Centre Director in the identification of new business opportunities to grow the Centre both in terms of membership and funding and to further develop the role of the SME sector within the Centre.Liaise and work with the team to develop a training programme and series of workshops.Develop new initiatives and strategic opportunities e.g., White Papers.Reporting on DPTC’s achievements and publicising capabilities.Manage industry-academic relationships to sustain and grow business opportunities within the Centre.Facilitating industry meetings to develop collaborative research proposals and projects.Prepare reports as required e.g., annual reports.Ongoing engagement and liaison with DPTC industrial partners to assess progress of the Centre and critically to deliver future funding (cash and in-kind).Work closely with DPTC Funding Officer to identify and support research funding proposals for submission to funding agencies for grants and awards.Work closely with the Marketing & Operations Officer in the promotion of research of the Centre both internally and externally via social media, website, and newsletters.Liaise with host institute (UL) functional areas of the Research Office, Finance Office, Human Resources, faculties, and departments.Participate in meetings and committees as deemed necessary by the DPTC Centre Director.Manage IP of research through licenses, spinouts and adoption of research outputs and practices.Other duties as requested by the DPTC Centre Director.3. Context3a Key Working Relationships & ContactsDPTC Centre Director will be the direct line manager – must be able to communicate in a succinct way.DPTC Operations Management Team (OMT) – must be able to work across a small multidisciplinary team.DPTC industry members and wider DPTC community, working closely with the Centre Director, the BDO will ensure effective and efficient engagement with all DPTC industrial partners – must be able to communicate effectively, in a succinct and informative manner.DPTC academic community – must be able to build professional networks and optimise engagement with the research/academic community.Enterprise Ireland and other funding sources.3b Working Environment/Special CircumstancesThe BDO role demands an ability to work diligently and independently, be highly driven, show initiative and work well as part of a team. The successful candidate must be willing and able to travel to industry and academic members on a regular basis. International travel may be necessary on occasion.3c Job BoundariesIn consultation with the Centre Director, the BDO must manage, plan and organise their workload. The BDO must be able to work effectively in a small Operations Management Team to seek consensus and agree on approaches to helping achieve ambitious KPIs. They must be able to exercise excellent judgement, make well-informed decisions in a timely manner but consult with others as appropriate, before implementing decisions. A high level of strategic thinking, initiative and relationship building expertise is required for this role.4. Dimensions (Budget, Staff, Customer, Operational, Administrative)Work with partners to identify opportunities to enhance the DPTC Value Proposition (Quality and Impact of the Centre on the Irish Dairy Processing sector).The role will involve working closely with the Centre Director, DPTC and members of the DPTC OMT.Expected to problem-solve within the scope of the role.Must be capable of working within strict deadlines.Must be able to both shape the direction and focus of the Centre and respond to a changing environment. Monitor and manage an assigned budget.Interact positively with DPTC members.5. Knowledge, Functional Skills, Experience & QualificationsKnowledgeKnowledge of the dairy processing sector. DesirableKnowledge of the National IP framework and funding models for academic/industrial interactions. DesirableKnowledge of the Irish and EU funding landscape. DesirableFunctional/Work-based Skills Excellent working knowledge of office software package. EssentialExcellent report writing and communication capabilities, influencing and presentation skills. EssentialDemonstrated teamwork and problem-solving skills. EssentialDemonstrate high level of initiative and leadership skills. EssentialAbility to facilitate large group meetings and maintain focus on agenda topics. EssentialExperienceMinimum 5 years working experience in relationship management, business development, or project management roles. EssentialMinimum 3 years proven track record of business development and/or industry liaison across multiple parties. EssentialProven track record in project management. DesirableProven track record of intra and inter organisational stakeholder management. EssentialUnderstanding of working in a research context. DesirableExperience in preparation and review of complex proposals and reports.EssentialProven track record of achievement and delivering results. EssentialIndustrial work experience in relevant setting (e.g. dairy processing). DesirableQualificationsPrimary degree level qualification (level 8 NFQ or equivalent) in science/engineering. EssentialPost graduate qualification (level 9 or above on the NFQ or equivalent framework) in science & engineering or project management/business administration. Desirable6. Behavioural CompetenciesCustomer Focus (Level 4)Consistently looks for opportunities to improve the business area. Develops and implements customer standards and plans to achieve the highest possible standards of service excellence.Planning & Organising (Level 4)Responsibility for the development of a business plan for own area. Secures and makes best use of resources to manage fluctuating demands.Responsibility for the design and planning of key projects. Is focused on value for money.Using Initiative, Achieving Goals (Level 4)Is responsible for setting and meeting challenging goals and objectives.Decision Making & Problem Solving (Level 4)Analyses situations at both a strategic and operational level. Identifies the key issues, and solutions. Acts decisively with sound judgment.Effective Communication (Level 4)Able to effectively present to and facilitate influential groups either within the University/DPTC or externally. Influences outcomes.Team & Collaborative working (Level 4)Leads a cohesive team approach by promoting the importance of working both within and across departments and locations to achieve team and wider DPTC strategic objectives.Effective Networking and Relationships (Level 4)Builds and expands networks and coalitions, to achieve both operational and strategic goals.Innovation & Creative Thinking (Level 4)Identifies gaps against best practice (nationally and internationally). Puts forward proposals and develops strategic implementation plans to introduce new and improved ways of operating.Change, Adaptability and Flexibility (Level 4)Leads change projects that have an important strategic impact on the DPTC. Effectively plans for and manages their implementation.Leadership (Level 4)Communicates the vision. Sets strategic direction for own part of the business ensuring buy-in to the decision-making process and commitment to decisions made.Continuous Development (Level 4)Leads continuous professional and personal development in support of the DPTC.Thinking & Acting Strategically (Level 4)Develops and manages the implementation of plans for own department/area. Contributes actively to DPTC strategy.
Music Generation Development Officer (Limerick County)
Music Generation, Limerick County
Have you a passion for making music education happen? Would you like to enhance the lives of many children and young people in Limerick County, and develop a new generation of musical youth? Do you have experience of leading the development of performance music education programmes?If so, Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board invites you to apply for the following five year, fixed-term position:Music Generation Development Officer (Limerick County)Ref number: 21/11A Music Generation Development Officer will be appointed by Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board and will be responsible for managing a programme of performance music education on behalf of Limerick County Local Music Education Partnership.The successful candidate will have a broad understanding of the diversity of effective, contemporary approaches across the diversity of performance music education –– and will have the skills and experience to develop a programme that responds to the specific needs of young people in disadvantaged communities.Music Generation Limerick County is part of Music Generation – Ireland’s national music education programme, which is co-funded by U2, The Ireland Funds, the Department of Education, and Local Music Education Partnerships.Application form and full particulars are available here. Completed application forms should be returned BY EMAIL ONLY to email@example.com not later than 12 noon, Friday 13 August 2021.Please indicate in the subject line of your e-mail “Ref Number 21 /11”. Late applications or CVs will not be considered. It is the responsibility of the candidates to ensure that the application form is received at the stated address before the stated deadline. Canvassing will disqualify. Garda Vetting will apply.Based on the volume of applications received short-listing may apply. Short-listing will take place on the basis of the information provided in the application form. Depending on the qualifications and experience of applicants, short-listing thresholds may be significantly higher than the minimum standards set out.Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board is an equal opportunities employer.