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Information Security Officer - Managed Services ?80K - ?85K
, Dublin, Republic of
Information Security Officer - Managed Services - €80 - €85K I am immediately looking to speak to strong Information Security Officers with professional presales experience at senior level to join our clients Information Security team, who are influential in ensuring first-rate delivery of client and internal projects as well as building business through meaningful client relationships. This is an exciting opportunity for growth in your own career as you will be tasked to lead a team but also build and have the opportunity of self promotion basically to Head of InfoSec through the growth of your team. You must have extensive experience in delivering the below:Cyber Security assessmentsISO 27001 gap analysis/implementationSecurity Awareness TrainingOperation of a SIEM platformAdvising clients on necessary amendments to existing systems in line with best industry practicesManaging clients out of security incidents and issuesPreparation of reports and supporting documentationIdentify and develop potential new product lines or service opportunitiesContributing to team knowledge and capability developmentIdeally you will have the following skills/ experience: 3rd level qualification in an Information technology disciplineRelevant security certifications (CISSP, CISM, SANS etc.)Extensive knowledge of Information Security Governance, Risk and ComplianceExtensive knowledge of Information Security frameworks and standards (ISO 27001, CSC-20, Cyber Essentials, PCI-DSS etc.)7+ years’ professional experience in Information SecurityExcellent interpersonal and presentation skillsClient facing experience (internal or external)Fluent written and spoken EnglishFull driving license and access to a carIf you feel this role is for you, please reach out to Jon Browne on (phone number removed) for a confide3ntial discussion
Childcare Assistant, Liffey Valley, Dublin 22
Giraffe Childcare, Dublin Dublin
We are currently recruiting for Early Years educators/Childcare Practitioners for our Liffey Valley Centre, Dublin 22, caring for children from 6 months to 5 years.We have a number of positions available caring for the baby, toddler and pre-school age groups.What We Offer:Job Security Up to 33 days annual leave including bank holidays, and Christmas Career Progression Opportunities Trainee Management Programme Ongoing Training and Development including Manual Handling and First Aid Enhanced Employee Benefits including: Bike to work, Travel Cards, supplier discounts Employee Gifts: Cinema Tickets, Care Packs and so much more Staff Appreciation Programme Staff Well Being Staff Recognition Programme: Employee Quarter, Employee of the Year Talent Exchange Programme Access to positions across the world Keep up to date with the leading approaches in early years Part of an award winning team.Role Description:We are currently recruiting for Childcare Assistants who will be caring for children from 6 months to 5 years. We have a number of positions available caring for the baby, toddler and pre-school age groups.To ensure a safe, secure and healthy environment for the care, safety and welfare of the children Provide for the holistic needs of the children Actively engage the children in developmentally appropriate learning activities to facilitate the potential development of each child. Promote and help maintain an organised, clean, safe, well equipped and culturally sensitive learning environment Observe and record children’s progress To communicate effectively with children, parents and staff alike. Meet established policies and procedures, creating an environment of best practice.Qualifications & ExperienceIn order to be successful in this position the applicant must have:Minimum FETAC Level 5 in Childcare qualification or equivalent Minimum 1 year’s practical experience in a childcare setting First Aid, Manual Handling and Food Safety Certified an advantage Excellent interpersonal and communication skills A desire to learn progressively throughout your career due to the nature of the industry Sincere and genuine love of childrenWe try our best to reply to every applicant, however occasionally due to the number of applicants we will only be able to respond personally to successful candidates. Hopefully you will be one of those. If not, please do feel free to send your CV again for future positions.
City of Dublin YMCA, Aungier St, County Dublin
Application Details Share Eligibility to participate on CE is generally linked to those who are 21 years or over and in receipt of a qualifying social welfare payment for 1 year or more or 18 years and over for certain disadvantaged groups. Your eligibility will have to be verified by the Department. You can register your interest by selecting the ‘Register your interest’ button or you can contact a case officer in your local Intreo Centre. Applicants should supply suitable character references and be prepared to complete a Garda vetting application form. Job Description Duties This reception job is for our Aungier St branch.This is a front of house position and a positive disposition and friendly manner is required.Main Job Tasks and Responsibilities;To take bookings and monies and to reconcile cash with bookings at the end of the day.To control entry into the Centre, issuing of tickets and equipment, receipt of monies through the cash desk, maintenance of inventory records and stock control.To be responsible for the safe handling, administration and storage of all financial receipts.To be responsible for the efficient and accurate operation of the computer basedbooking system.To provide a first line of communication for enquiries, complaints, messages etc,recording and directing information to the appropriate section or Manager.To provide information and advice wherever possible on Centre activities andcourses.To liaise with the Centre Management team in order to seek consistentimprovements in efficiency and customer service.Manage and maintain all financial systems.To attend Receptionist Meetings and staff training sessions as required, to ensureappropriate skills are maintained.Manage and monitor staff movements within the YMCA.General administrative and clerical support.Up selling of Crèche, Fitness, Health, Sport, Room Rentals and developments the organisation has established.Manage and resolve customer complaints and compliments.Process orders, forms, applications and requests.Manage administration for each service area.Communicate and coordinate with internal departments.As a term of employment, you may be required to undertake such other duties and hours of work as may be reasonably required.The YMCA as your employer is committed to implement and review control measures to help prevent the control of the Covid-19 virus. You will be required to undertake training and retraining where necessary, as outlined by the YMCA.
Mercy Family Centre, Dublin County Dublin
Application Details Share Eligibility to participate on CE is generally linked to those who are 21 years or over and in receipt of a qualifying social welfare payment for 1 year or more or 18 years and over for certain disadvantaged groups. Your eligibility will have to be verified by the Department. You can register your interest by selecting the ‘Register your interest’ button or you can contact a case officer in your local Intreo Centre. Applicants should supply suitable character references and be prepared to complete a Garda vetting application form. Job Description Duties Duties to include: Opening and closing of Centre, security of centre, responsibility for keys and alarm codes. As a key holder ensuring that the centre is locked and that the alarms are on before closing. Maintenance of building and garden area. Painting and general maintenance of building, weeding garden, watering flowers, sweeping up and clearing of rubbish. Refurbishing, repairing broken fences, gates, and presses. Emptying bins/taking out rubbish. Setting up rooms for courses by arranging chairs, tables etc. Ordering stock, toiletries, hand tools, cleaning products. Distributing supplies to classes, replenishing toilet supplies and hand towels. General cleaning duties. For further information contact Deirdre Leniston, CE Supervisor on (01) 454 3713 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Receptionist & General Assistant
RATHCOOLE COMMUNITY COUNCIL COMPANY LIMITED BY GUARANTEE, Rathcoole, County Dublin
Application Details Share Eligibility to participate on CE is generally linked to those who are 21 years or over and in receipt of a qualifying social welfare payment for 1 year or more or 18 years and over for certain disadvantaged groups. Your eligibility will have to be verified by the Department. You can register your interest by selecting the ‘Register your interest’ button or you can contact a case officer in your local Intreo Centre. Applicants should supply suitable character references and be prepared to complete a Garda vetting application form. Job Description Duties Duties include carrying out all administration and reception needs of the centre. Dealing with callers to the reception, general public queries, switchboard operations and diary management. In addition, room organisation and set up, cleaning and household duties and stock control. All general daily tasks necessary to maintain the function rooms, meeting rooms, canteens, sports halls, offices and reception areas throughout the buildings. Applicants will be required to work some afternoons, evenings and/or weekends.
Assistant Gym Instructor
Key Project BRILLFRC Ballybeg Waterford, Ballybeg Drive, County Waterford
Application Details Share Eligibility to participate on CE is generally linked to those who are 21 years or over and in receipt of a qualifying social welfare payment for 1 year or more or 18 years and over for certain disadvantaged groups. Your eligibility will have to be verified by the Department. You can register your interest by selecting the ‘Register your interest’ button or you can contact a case officer in your local Intreo Centre. Applicants should supply suitable character references and be prepared to complete a Garda vetting application form. Job Description Duties To apply please send CV to email@example.comJob DescriptionThe Gym / Fitness Instructor employed under the CE Scheme in the Cill Barra Community Sports Center assists •the Duty Managers to ensure that customers have the best possible experience in the center and •the eﬃcient day-to-day operations of the centre. Duties include fitness provision (gym programs, exercise classes), ensuring that health and safety standards are met.Roles & ResponsibilitiesService ProvisionSupervision of activities in the gym particularly during peak hours, including programme preparation and instructionDelivering a range of classes, including circuit training, kettle-bells, RIP 60, boxercise etc.Delivering / Instructing classes / sessions to our target groupsDelivery of Personal Training and appropriate scheduling of sessionsHealth & SafetyGeneral housekeeping duties including daily and weekly cleaning routinesEnsuring compliance with health and safety legislationCustomer ServicesInteraction with the members – dealing with queries, providing a relaxed, approachable atmosphere Dealing with complaints and general queries from members of the publicMaintaining customer service standardsFinancialEntering daily receipts into Access System Cashing up and keeping financial records, where requiredGeneral CommunicationsLiaising with other senior members of the centerDaily reports/updates to the duty manager
Assistant Catering Manager - Dublin 16
Sodexo Ireland, Dublin, County Dublin
Job Description Share This is a 4 months Fixed Term contract starting in with the new school year and with a possibility to turn into a permanent appointment. We offer a salary up to €36,000, a great team and a beautiful place to work. This role will require a flexibility as you would be expected to work a 5/7 days a week to accommodate business needs.Please note that due to not being located close to public transport, we would highly recommend having personal means of transport at your disposal to be able to undertake this role. You will also be required to undertake Garda’s vetting for this role.•To ensure that the preparation, presentation and services are carried out promptly and to the agreed company standards and to promote a friendly and helpful atmosphere•To maintain a high standard of food hygiene, safety and cleanliness in accordance with the company and client policies and statutory requirements•To ensure that food is produced within budget guidelines (in particular – raw material control, sales control, wages and labour control)•To present food in line with company policy ensuring its customer appeal at all times.•To adhere to all aspects of health and safety legislation and company policy ensuring your own safety and the safety of colleagues and customers•To ensure security of all food/beverage stocks within the food production area•To keep abreast of all modern techniques and advancement to improve services for the advancement of the client and customer•To maintain effective communication between yourself and your customer, serving on the counter as required•To present a strong Sodexho image at all times ensuring full uniform is worn, clean and pressed•To carry out any reasonable request by the unit manager, client account manager, district supervisor or client.•To prepare and assist in any speci al functions, which may sometimes be outside! normal w! orking hours•To report and take action on customer and client complaints or compliments and any incidents of accident, fire, theft, loss, damage and unfit food or other irregularities•To attend meetings and training courses as may be necessary from time to time. Some of which may occur outside normal working hour•Intermediate Food Hygiene•Proven experience in working in the food service, catering and/or hospitality industry•Industry acumen and knowledge of catering developments & innovations•Good understanding of budget management•Experience in supervising a team•Excellent communication skills•Experience working in a standards compliance environmentNVQ Level 2 or equivalent in cateringApplication Arrangements:Jobs Ireland Portal Advertise for:4 weeks URL For Applications:https://community.sodexojobs.co.uk/members/?j=66801&ATSI=SDX&jobboard=JobsIreland.ie+Email&c=vacancyposter Career Level Not Required Candidate Requirements Essential Minimum Experienced Required (Years): 1 Minimum Qualification:No Qualification Desirable Ability Skills:Communications, Interpersonal Skills Competency Skills:Collaboration, Flexibility, Teamwork, Time Management
Morgan McKinley, Dublin, ie
Our client a leading multinational company with offices in Dublin are currently hiring for an experienced Personal Assistant to support Snr Director EMEA Finance and Global Director Services Finance. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: To provide support and project management of the following three main areas:Business Management (EOC Finance and Services Finance Leadership teams)Drive Rhythm of business (ROB) for leadership team meetingsContribute to ongoing business planning and identify areas of improvementTeam building / morale event planning both on and offsite for leadership teamsDrive the ROB for the site Finance Community (monthly networking events, morale events; career fairs)Drive planning and coordination for Executive visits PA Role (Snr Director EMEA & Services Director)Calendar management - (day to day, fiscal year planning; all ROB)Business planning and logistics management for all LT meetings, including pre-meeting preparationPlanning, coordination of world-wide travel plans, including logistics and itinerariesGeneral Administration (EMEA Finance) - Expense management; Budget management (morale, T&E & hardware); Monthly accruals; New hire support;Incident Management Team Coordinator (supporting EMEA Snr Director)Coordinate with the Regional Resilience Manager to arrange the yearly training event.Review contact details for members monthly and update as necessary in the Portal.Undertake Role Specific training - remain up to date with Incident Management Plan (IMP) & IMT PortalBe prepared to activate the team utilizing the IMT Portal or the Global Security Operations Center (GSOC) to call out team members for first bridging call;Act as a focal point for the team during the incident; assist the Chairperson in keeping meetings on track to meet objectives Requirements:Experience supporting a Senior Executive in a fast paced and complex environment. 4years+ experience in supporting Senior members of staffKnowledge and proficiency in Outlook, Microsoft Office and Windows is required; OneNote and SharePoint desirable.Strong calendar, planning and organisational skills.Exercises sound judgment, tact, diplomacy, integrity and professionalism in all transactions, demonstrating a positive "can-do" attitude.Is self-driven; must possess an aptitude to work independently to achieve results with a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail. Is action-oriented, has outstanding project and time management skills. Enjoys managing and dealing with significant change and is able to react with appropriate urgency to situations and/or events that require a quick response. Effective verbal and written communication skills.Expert high level time management, prioritisation and problem solving skills.Customer focused with a high level of effective interpersonal skills.High level of integrity, confidentiality and discretion.Analytical thinking and keen eye for detail.Self-starter with confidence and commitment to professional delivery.Highly motivated and flexible individual.The ability to work unsupervised, on own initiative and as part of an interdependent team.Enthusiastic attitude to the challenge of the role, with a positive approach to tasks.Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency and references to pay rates are indicative.BY APPLYING FOR THIS ROLE YOU ARE AGREEING TO OUR TERMS OF SERVICE WHICH TOGETHER WITH OUR PRIVACY STATEMENT GOVERN YOUR USE OF MORGAN MCKINLEY SERVICES.
GRC Security Risk Business Manager
Morgan McKinley, Tralee, ie
A role has come available for a highly experienced individual, to join an expanding company in Kerry as a GRC Security Risk Business Manager. The successful candidate will be responsible for ensuring that all assigned related projects are handled in a timely manner and detailed testing and implementation plans are created by working closely with SMEs.The BM also will define and document project requirements.Responsibilities Include:Manage the project management and SDLC cycles of GRC tool implementation.Develop project presentations for status reporting, negotiations, and decision making.Develop, maintain, and generate reports for projects, process support, application support, internal training, project expenses, and department initiatives.Analyze, document, and communicate requirements and develop appropriate solutions.Map complex processes including control points, key data and reporting elements, process training documentation and system interfaces.Create, maintain and execute required test case scenarios.Participate in technical reviews to ensure project goals are maintained.Required skills and experience:Bachelor's degree in Information Technology, Information Security or a related field.5-7 years of Project Management experience preferably in a financial services environment.Manage the project management and SDLC cycles of GRC tool implementation;Plan and manage the delivery of strategic, critical and cross-functional GRC related projects;Possess hands-on experience of using project management tools.PMP certification preferred, any other related Project Management certifications a plus.Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency and references to pay rates are indicative.BY APPLYING FOR THIS ROLE YOU ARE AGREEING TO OUR TERMS OF SERVICE WHICH TOGETHER WITH OUR PRIVACY STATEMENT GOVERN YOUR USE OF MORGAN MCKINLEY SERVICES.
Information Security Officer - Managed Services ?80K - ?85K
Confidential, Dublin, Central Dublin
Information Security Officer - Managed Services - €80 - €85K I am immediately looking to speak to strong Information Security Officers with professional presales experience at senior level to join our clients Information Security team, who are influential in ensuring first-rate delivery of client and internal projects as well as building business through meaningful client relationships. This is an exciting opportunity for growth in your own career as you will be tasked to lead a team but also build and have the opportunity of self promotion basically to Head of InfoSec through the growth of your team. You must have extensive experience in delivering the below:Cyber Security assessmentsISO 27001 gap analysis/implementationSecurity Awareness TrainingOperation of a SIEM platformAdvising clients on necessary amendments to existing systems in line with best industry practicesManaging clients out of security incidents and issuesPreparation of reports and supporting documentationIdentify and develop potential new product lines or service opportunitiesContributing to team knowledge and capability developmentIdeally you will have the following skills/ experience: 3rd level qualification in an Information technology disciplineRelevant security certifications (CISSP, CISM, SANS etc.)Extensive knowledge of Information Security Governance, Risk and ComplianceExtensive knowledge of Information Security frameworks and standards (ISO 27001, CSC-20, Cyber Essentials, PCI-DSS etc.)7+ years' professional experience in Information SecurityExcellent interpersonal and presentation skillsClient facing experience (internal or external)Fluent written and spoken EnglishFull driving license and access to a carIf you feel this role is for you, please reach out to Jon Browne on (phone number removed) for a confide3ntial discussion
Associate Director - Cloud Security
Morgan McKinley, Dublin, ie
As an Associate Director - Cloud Security, you will get to work on high-profile projects Cloud Security and Cyber Security Transformation. The successful candidate will have experience with MS Azure. My client is looking to hire an Associate Director - Cyber Security - Cloud Security to join their Cyber Security practice, based in Dublin city centre. You will get to work on high-profile projects Cloud Security and Cyber Security Transformation.The successful candidate will have extensive experience in Azure (qualifications such as AZ-500 or AZ-900), 10 years' experience working in Cyber Security, focusing in particular on the areas of cloud security transformation and cloud migration.We ideally need you to have the following:* Recognised industry qualifications (e.g., AZ-500).* Recognised architecture qualifications (e.g. SABSA, TOGAF, etc.).* Relevant third-level qualification in a technical based subject such as Computer Science, Information / Cyber Security or Cyber Crime Prevention.* Track record within either the financial services or the corporates community showing an understanding of the business, threat and regulatory issues faced by clients as part of their cloud adoption programmes.* Expert knowledge of modern cloud architectures such as zero-trust and proven experience of delivering security controls end-to-end in Microsoft Azure.* Expert knowledge of Microsoft Azure Security controls such as defender, MCAS, DLP, AAD and Sentinel.* Proven experience in defining and/or implementing security controls across multiple layers of the IT architecture stack and translating this to cloud security controls. * Proven experience of successfully managing cyber security services in a commercial environment, ensuring the delivery of high quality work on time and to budget.* Ability to work with multi-stakeholder environment to drive targets and programme across national /regional organizations.* Proven ability in taking appropriate action after monitoring/reviewing the progress and performance of others.* Proven ability to lead work at sustained levels of high intensity, and inspire drive and resilience in others.* Proven ability to analyse problems, identify core issues and recommend appropriate solutions.* Ability to project manage delivery teams, outsourced vendors and remediation programmes.* Advanced written and verbal communication and presentation skills, teamwork, and client service skills.* Strong technical knowledge of IT /digital systems and infrastructure.Requirements:* Oversee client engagement teams and work across countries in the areas of cloud security architecture design, remediation and transformation.* Excellent communication skills (both written and oral), negotiation and project management skills* Strong networking skills and a broad professional network and the ability to interact with organisations at a senior level * Proven ability to review work performed by the engagement team members and maintain relationships with client account leadership to manage expectations of service, including work products, timing, and services to be delivered.* Oversee the execution of Information Security and privacy inherent to client engagements.* Be creative, self-motivated, perform research in new techniques and methods.* Demonstrate excellent project management skills, promote teamwork and individual accountability with engagement team members, and use available technology, tools, and Information Security assets to enhance the effectiveness of deliverables and services.* Go to market and provide talks to external and internal forums (seminars, conferences, etc.).Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency and references to pay rates are indicative.BY APPLYING FOR THIS ROLE YOU ARE AGREEING TO OUR TERMS OF SERVICE WHICH TOGETHER WITH OUR PRIVACY STATEMENT GOVERN YOUR USE OF MORGAN MCKINLEY SERVICES.
Research Assistant – Smart Docklands Programme Manager
Trinity College Dublin, Dublin
Post Title: Research Assistant – Smart Docklands ProgrammeManager Post Status: Specific Purpose Contract – Full-time Research Group / Department / School: CONNECT Centre, School of Computer Science &Statistics, Trinity College Dublin, the University of DublinLocation: CONNECT Centre, Dunlop Oriel House, Trinity College Dublin, the University of DublinCollege Green, Dublin 2, IrelandReports to: Professor Siobhán Clarke / Professor Marco RuffiniSalary: Appointment will be made at Level 3, up to point 4, with salary up to €61,422, commensurate with experience.Hours of Work: 39 hours per weekClosing Date: 12 Noon (Irish Standard Time), 15th August 2021Enable is a research programme (http://enable-research.ie/ ), which is hosted by theCONNECT Research Centre (https://connectcentre.ie/ ), part of Trinity College, Dublin.Enable’s focus is on connecting communities to smart urban environments through theInternet of Things. It is funded by Science Foundation Ireland and is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund.Enable, CONNECT and Dublin County Council (DCC) are currently leading a multi-stakeholder collaboration programme focused on exploring the development of Smart Cities. The project includes a number of collaborations working with academics, technology companies, local businesses/residents and the relevant Council departments. The programme aims to develop applications which exploit the capabilities of sensing technologies, identify innovative new business models and consider how the implementation of technologies will impact city life in the decades to come. A key initiative of this collaborative programme has been the establishment of Dublin’s first Smart City Testbed Smart Docklands. Smart Docklands is a unique world-class smart city testbed in the heart of Dublin’s Docklands. It is a first of its kind in Ireland and globally, where the municipality and academia have funded a programme team to play an ‘honest broker’ role amongst government, the tech and startup community, business owners, universities and research centers, and citizens of Dublin. The Smart Docklands Testbed was officially launched in February 2018 at a global gathering of city technology and information leads hosted in partnership with Harvard Technology and Entrepreneurship Centre. The Docklands area was chosen as it has unique potential as a smart city district, having a mix of infrastructure, mobility options and a diverse demographic. There is also a high concentration of new buildings and investment in the area thanks to its designation as a ‘Strategic Development Zone’ by Dublin City Council. In addition, the area already contains a wide range of connectivity options (3G, 4G, LPWAN) and ‘smart’ connectivity assets. Equally important is the engagement of local businesses, startups, community and residents. Our mantra is do not deploy “tech for tech’s sake”. Through our community engagement programme we work closely with a diverse range of stakeholder groups including physical infrastructure companies, property developers, building owners, schools and local resident groups to identify challenges which can be addressed through new smart city technology and applications. Our engagement programme also includes the Academy of the Near Future (www.nearfuture.ie) Smart City Education Programme which has scaled to become an independently funded project, with close affiliation with Smart Docklands. Smart Docklands showcases what can happen when a unique city district develops the level of sensor density and connectivity to make a significant jump in the quality of life for all people of the area. Smart Docklands was the first to ‘Smart District’ to be established under the Smart Dublin initiative. The concept has now been replicated across four additional ‘Smart Districts’ in Dublin and used in cities across the globe. You can learn more about the project on www.smartdocklands.ie and www.smartdublin.ie We are currently seeking a Programme Manager to lead the Smart Docklands Team. Core to this will be leading the development and growth of the Smart Docklands programme. This will include enhancing the existing testbed programme, scaling the community engagement activities and co-ordinate opportunities between Dublin City Council, CONNECT and Enable.The job also involves managing a diverse range of collaborative projects with partner companies ranging from Internet of Things solutions in cities to 3D modelling, and crucially to support the delivery of the next phase of the Smart Docklands initiative. The appointee will be expected to take up his/her duties as soon as possible. Post Summary Enable’s research strands address a variety of challenges, specifically those relating to sensing and actuation at large scale in dynamic environments, analysis of large volumes of data (with challenging properties such as uncertainty and heterogeneity, security and privacy concerns) and engaging citizens in a co-design approach. CONNECT is Ireland’s Future Networks and Communications Research Centre whose mission is to research, develop and innovate new communications solutions to address many of the challenges facing society. Enable is also linked to Insight (https://www.insight-centre.org/ ), which is Ireland’s Data Analytics Research Centre, and Lero (https://www.lero.ie/ ), Ireland’s Software Research Centre. The academic researchers at these organisations work in partnership with over 25 companies aiming to address a wide range of topics including water management, air pollution, transport congestion, data privacy and cyber security. The DCC-CONNECT-Enable programme involves collaboration across multiple research groups, industry partners and co-funding agencies, and an ability to understand and explain these structures will be important for the role. The successful candidate will lead the Smart Docklands team in coordination with Dublin City Council, Enable and CONNECT. S/he will be expected to develop and enhance the Smart Docklands District programme. S/he will have responsibility for the delivery of allocated funded research projects/programmes. The ideal candidate will have previous experience in programme management in a complex stakeholder environment. A knowledge of Smart City technologies and current issues / opportunities relating to these technologies. As well as a drive to learn and adapt as new technologies and ways of working emerge. The candidate should relish in creating new opportunities while showing agility to ensure successful delivery of existing projects. Standard Duties and Responsibilities of the PostEnsuring the overall efficient project management of the Smart Docklands programme including; needs identification, planning, implementation and coordination of project activities.Identifying opportunities for collaboration between Dublin City Council, CONNECT and Enable.Developing a strong network of relevant stakeholders and project partners including; researchers, industry partners, local communities and local authority staff.Generate opportunities to collaborate with industry and academic partners;Identifying, developing and delivering on project leads and funding opportunities. Monitoring, collection and timely reporting of all project outputs, milestones, and deliverables to the DCC, CONNET and Enable Management team and associated cofunding partners.Engaging with the enterprise and research base in Enable (and its partners/network) to identify suitable technologies and solutions for Smart Docklands.Management of Smart Docklands team – currently one project manager, one engagement manager and two interns.Organising events and information sessions regarding Smart Docklands, DCC, Smart Dublin, Enable and CONNECT smart city activities. Working with relevant groups in DCC to advance the smart city and innovation ecosystem internallyAttending relevant meetings, learning events and conferences.Other duties as assigned by the Enable Director, CONNECT Director, DCC Smart City Programme Lead or Smart DublinAssist the Engagement Manager in the facilitation of a programme of community workshops and events, in-person and remotely.Funding Information: The post is co-funded by the CONNECT research centre and Dublin City Council. CONNECT is funded under the Science Foundation Ireland research centres programme, and is co-funded under the European Regional Development Fund. Person Specification/Qualifications (Essential) Candidates must have a BSc or equivalent experience in a relevant discipline. Skills and CompetenciesThe ideal candidate will have a background in Smart Cities technologies.Candidates must have three years of relevant work experience.Ability to identify, develop and deliver new partnerships.Ability to identify, develop and deliver new funding opportunities with experience in grant/bid writing.Experience in managing projects in complex environments with multiple stakeholders and partners (tech, business, and academic or public sector context highly desirable).Excellent, interpersonal, communication and presentation skills – both written and verbal.Track record of research would be advantageous.Knowledge of citizen engagement principles and processes and experience in the design and facilitation of workshops.Excellent written and oral proficiency in English to write to an academic standard. Excellent time management skills, highly organized and able to prioritise workload and meet deadlines.Resourceful/conscientious and self-motivated individual with a ‘can do attitude’ – ability to see tasks through to completion.Enjoy working both with teams and independently.Excellent IT skills including experience with MS Excel, Word, Access, PowerPoint, Outlook and Google Business Suite. Desirable Knowledge and Experience An interest in Smart City challenges, research technology and its applications.Knowledge/desire to learn about latest Enable’s research and Smart City Technology Developments.Knowledge/desire to learn about Dublin’s Technology (specifically IoT) Ecosystem and research landscape.Strong desire to learn and make a difference on local and global scales.Application InformationApplicants should submit a full Curriculum Vitae to include the names and contact details of 3 referees (including email addresses) together with a cover letter (1 x A4 page), that specifically address the following points in their application:Give examples of your involvement in managing complex customer relationships, and projects involving multiple stakeholders;Illustrate, through past example, the ability to work on your own initiative and resolve problems, deliver results and impact;Relevant knowledge or experience related to smart cities and urban development.
Herbert Park Hotel & Park Residence, Ballsbridge, County Dublin
Job Description Share •To spend 30 minutes per room cleaning, as stated in the standard operating manual.•Carry out in each room the assigned extra duty of the day e.g. wash skirting.•To carry out immediately any requests of the supervisor regarding the rooms they have checked.•To deal with guest requests immediately.•Always to be courteous, helpful and informative, when dealing with a guest.•Security - never let a guest into a room without checking name on the worksheet, never leave a door open and report any suspicious persons to your supervisor.•Any lost property must be handed in immediately to the senior housekeeper.•Report to the supervisor any equipment not working or if any stock is running low.•Report to the senior housekeeper anything, which might be a Health & Safety hazard. •All accidents, no matter how small must be reported immediately. Career Level Entry Level Candidate Requirements Essential Minimum Experienced Required (Years): 0 Proximity to Vacancy: 20 Kilometres Desirable Ability Skills:Customer Service, Hospitality Competency Skills:Teamwork, Time Management, Working on own Initiative Competency Skills:Manual Handling Languages:English B1-Intermediate Proximity to Vacancy:20 Kilometres
Assistant Professor in Computing (2 Posts)
Dublin City University, University
Job Description Assistant Professor in Computing (2 Posts)School of ComputingFaculty of Engineering & ComputingFixed Term Contract to 31st August 2024Overview Dublin City University (www.DCU.ie) is a young, ambitious and vibrant University, with a mission ‘to transform lives and societies through education, research, innovation and engagement’. Known as Ireland’s ‘University of Enterprise and Transformation’, it is committed to the development of talent, and the discovery and translation of knowledge that advances society and the economy. DCU is the Sunday Times Irish University of the Year 2021. The University is based on three academic campuses in the Glasnevin-Drumcondra region of north Dublin. It currently has more than 18,000 students enrolled across five faculties – Science and Health, DCU Business School, Computing and Engineering, Humanities and Social Sciences and DCU Institute of Education. DCU is committed to excellence across all its activities. This is demonstrated by its world-class research initiatives, its cutting-edge approach to teaching and learning, its focus on creating a transformative student experience, and its positive social and economic impact. This exceptional commitment on the part of its staff and students has led to DCU’s ranking among the top 2% of universities globally. It also consistently features in the world’s Top 100 Young Universities (currently in QS Top 70 Under 50, Times Higher Top 150 Under 100). DCU is placed 84th in the world, in the Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings – measuring higher education institutions’ contributions towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Over the past decade, DCU has also been the leading Irish university in the area of technology transfer, as reflected by licensing of intellectual property.School of ComputingThe School of Computing at Dublin City University has earned a strong reputation for excellence in research and teaching. In addition to its existing programmes the B.Sc. in Computer Science degree, the B.Sc. in Computing for Business, the new and innovative BSc in Data Science is the first of its kind in Ireland, and is aimed at students who are interested a career in Big Data, data analytics and related data science roles. We also offer a range of innovative taught programmes aimed at producing graduates with the professional and personal skills most sought after in the Information Economy.The School also enjoys a lively, engaging environment for research in many areas of computing, with its numerous Ph.D. and M.Sc. research students producing work of significance at both national and international level. With close industry links and fee support for EU students, the School's teaching and research programmes reflect the current and anticipated needs of Ireland's industrial and commercial sectors while at the same time meeting the most rigorous national and international academic standardsRole Profile The School of Computing is now looking to appoint an Assistant Professor in Computing to join its expanding team of academics. The ideal candidate would have a strong research track record in Software Engineering. The successful candidate will contribute to teaching, curriculum development and administrative activities in the School of Computing, across all levels. The appointee will have an excellent research track record (including publication in high quality peer-reviewed journals/conferences, engagement in supervision of research students, engagement with industry, attracting research funding) and will be expected to demonstrate an alignment of their research interests with existing research expertise within the School of Computing.Duties & Responsibilities The duties and responsibilities of the position include, but are not restricted to, the following:Teaching and LearningThe appointees will be required to contribute directly to degree programmes through research-led teaching, supervision of laboratory sessions, student mentoring and supervision of student projects. Specifically, the successful applicant will be required to (inter alia):Prepare, deliver and assess a range of core Computing subjects at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. This will extend to supporting innovation in teaching, transnational and digital provision of programmes, engaging with international travel and new technology as needed. This includes, but is not limited to:Supervision of laboratory sessions, and student mentoring.Supervising undergraduate and postgraduate student projects.Getting involved in course development and delivery and participation in the ongoing development of programmes.Enhancing professional development skills for teaching.Research and ScholarshipEngagement in high quality research activities in the topics mentioned earlier, either independently and in association with one or more existing research groups/centres. This engagement should have resulted in publications in high impact factor journals and presentations at international conferences. Additionally, the ideal candidate should:Show potential to establish an independent research programme (in the topics defined earlier) and attract research funding from competitive research funding schemes and/or industryParticipate in research-related administration such as research student supervision, PhD thesis examination and related duties. Service and Contribution to University and SocietyContribute to the ongoing direction and strategy within the school, faculty, university and profession, for example:in terms of strategic planning, quality review and improvement processes and external programme accreditations.via involvement with appropriate professional institution(s) and associated initiatives.developing and delivering the International Activities of the School of Computing, including international travel to do so.Undertake administrative functions related to the activities of the School of Computing, Faculty of Engineering and Computing, and the wider university. Such duties will be defined by the Head of School and may include some of the following: degree programme coordination; participation in committees; visits to students on industrial placement within the DCU INTRA programme; student recruitment.Qualifications & Experience Applicants must hold an honours degree and have completed a Doctoral qualification in Software Engineering. The successful candidate should also have a minimum of three year’s relevant postdoctoral or industrial experience, with a record of high quality university level teaching and the development of modules related to the sub-topics outlined below.In addition, the ideal candidate will have:An excellent research track record, including publication in high quality peer-reviewed journals/conferencesExperience in supervision of research students, engagement with industry and attracting research fundingA record of original research with publications in top international journals or, based on career stage, show exceptional promise in this regardCandidates should demonstrate excellent interpersonal and communication skills consistent with the highest quality of teaching and learning, together with evidence of successful teamwork and a collegial approachApplications from persons with research interest/expertise in one or both of the following sub-topics of software engineering would be particularly welcome:Data Analytics / Machine Learning / Artificial Intelligence / Mathematical ModellingInformation Analytics and RetrievalHuman Computer Interaction in Software EngineeringSecurity, Cryptography & Cyber SecurityNatural Standards Development and ImplementationSoftware TestingMandatory TrainingThe postholder will be required to undertake the following mandatory compliance training: Orientation, Health & Safety, and Data Protection (GDPR). Other training may need to be undertaken when appropriate.
Research Assistant (17-month contract) - Maynooth University Social Sciences (MUSSI) and The Edward M Kennedy Institute
We are seeking an energetic and enthusiastic research assistant to work on an EU Horizon 2020 project in the area of cybersecurity. The ECHO (European network of Cybersecurity centres and competence Hub for innovation and Operations) project is one of four pilot projects, launched by the European Commission, to establish and operate a Cybersecurity Competence Network. The ECHO project will deliver an organized and coordinated approach to strengthen proactive cyber defence in the European Union through effective and efficient multi-sector collaboration. Maynooth University’s role in this project is to lead the work package on pilot demonstrations and participate in all other work packages, offering human factors, behavioural, and cyberpsychology expertise towards the development of cyber security solutions, and to evaluate from a human factors point of view the effectiveness of the systems in operational context.