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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
Community Enhancement Jobstown Ltd, DXVJobstown, 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 To provide a security service for parish/School property in the vicinity of Jobstown. Will include CCTV monitoring, patrols and evening work and possibly week end work. Must be flexible. Good interpersonal skills and neat appearance essential. Applicants must have a good command of the English language. Applicants must supply suitable character references and complete Garda Vetting.Training available Security Training - Static and Door Supervisor, Workplace Safety, Safepass, First Aid Responder
Moyross Community Enterprise Centre, Moyross Community Enterprise Centre, County Limeri ...
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 CCTV operator
Moyross Community Enterprise Centre, Moyross Community Enterprise Centre, County Limeri ...
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 CCTV
Security and Emergency Facilitator
CPL, Limerick, Munster
Security & Emergency FacilitatorOur client has a vacancy for a Security & Emergency Facilitator to join the team.Responsibilities:Facilitate the Security Officer Team• Manage a five-person team of Emergency Response / Security Officers who provide 24/7 cover 365 days per year.Plant and Port Security• Port Facility Security Officer (PFSO) – manage Port Security Compliance according to ISPS and EU Maritime.• Ensure integrity of Plant and Port access and egress, including Immigration checks for ship on / off signers.• Maintain and update the site security plan and port security plan to guard against theft, vandalism, violence or other threats against the company, its employees and property.• Investigate security and safety breaches / incidents.• Maintain, audit and inspect security systems and infrastructure (CCTV, access control, ANPR, intruder alarms, fence-line).• Develop and train Security Officers and systems.• Identify security risks and manage security breaches.• Liaise and interact with Fire Brigade, An Garda Siochana, Customs, Department of Transport, HSE, Ships Agents and the general public.Emergency Response Co-ordination• Maintain, train and develop the ERT (Emergency Response Team).• Respond to medical, health and safety emergencies in the plant.• Incident Commander at Plant and Port Emergencies.• Ensure Fire, Rescue and Medical emergency response equipment is current, certified and to industry standard, ready for use.• Organise Certified Training for Security Officers and ERT (BA, Fire, HAZMAT, Confined Space / Heights Rescue, Incident Command, First Aid).• Oversee, inspect / audit and develop fire protection, detection and prevention systems• Maintain emergency, local and marine radio communications system.• Report on emergency attendances and investigate fire and spill incidents. Duties and resources include:• Emergency Vehicles: Fire Appliance, Rescue Van, Ambulance, Rapid Intervention Vehicle and Man-basket / Trailer• Emergency Equipment: SCBA, compressor, GTS’s / HAZMAT, rescue, turnout and PPE, AED’s, trauma bags, stretchers, lifting gear, emergency generator, BA Search and Rescue Chamber etc.• Fire Equipment – Hydrants, extinguishers, sprinkler systems, extinguishing gas suppression systems, fire pump, isolation valves, fire panel and alarms.• Co-ordinate Plant and Port emergency, fire / evacuation, port security drills and exercise.• Facilitate plant general inductions, fire safety and manual handling courses.• Assess and develop confined space rescue plans.• Update policies and procedures• Compile periodic reports• Manage hot work and confined space compliance• Conduct gas / atmosphere testingQualifications and Experience• Recognised Security qualification• Minimum 2-3 years practical Security / Emergency Response experience in an industrial / marine environment – including security licence / clearance.• Certified to EFR - Emergency First Responder level with Fire & Rescue qualifications and experience.• Port Security Training and Experience• Completed the Aughinish LDP programme or equivalent• Train the Trainer / Assessor certificate• Valid driving licence with authorisation to drive vans, fire tender and ambulance (D Group) – free from endorsements / points• Familiar with safety, health and welfare legislation (working knowledge)• Familiar with fire protection and prevention systems, fire alarms, intruder alarm, access control, CCTV systems• Working experience in leading search and rescue teamsSkills and capabilities• Good communication skills• Strong organisational and time management skills• Good presentation• Strong customer service skills• Able to deal with multiple priorities• Strong Leadership and decision making in various situations.The OfferA full time/permanent position with a base salary, depending on candidate experience and qualifications along with an excellent benefits package.
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
Technical Officer/Senior Technical Officer – Multiannual
University of Limerick, Limerick
TITLE OF POST: Technical Officer/Senior Technical OfficerLOCATION: University of LimerickREPORTS TO: Chief Technical OfficerCONTRACT TYPE: MultiannualSALARY SCALE: Technical Officer: €33,949 - € 50,141 p.a. Senior Technical Officer: €52,927 - €60,934 p.a. JOB DESCRIPTIONQUALIFICATIONS:Technical Officer: A relevant honours bachelor’s degree (level 8 NFQ), or equivalent, in chemistry or a closely related discipline.Senior Technical Officer: A relevant master’s degree (level 9 NFQ), or equivalent, in chemistry or a closely related discipline. OVERALL PURPOSE OF THE JOB:The Department of Chemical Sciences https://ulsites.ul.ie/ces/ is the largest of three departments within the School of Natural Sciences http://scieng.ul.ie/schools-departments/ in the Faculty of Science & Engineering http://scieng.ul.ie/. The Department offers undergraduate programmes in pharmaceutical and industrial chemistry, industrial biochemistry, environmental sciences and chemical and biochemical engineering. The Department also contributes to service teaching across a range of programmes in the Faculties of Science & Engineering and Education & Health Sciences. The Department offers taught postgraduate programmes which include a Diploma in chemical engineering, an MSc in sustainable resource management and Specialist Diplomas, including regulatory affairs (Bio) pharmaceuticals, environmental science and health & safety. In addition to its own taught postgraduate programmes, the Department also make a significant contribution to MSc programmes in the School of Natural Sciences and is planning to develop additional taught postgraduate programmes in analytical chemistry and chemical engineering. The Department is seeking a Technical Officer/Senior Technical Officer to support Department teaching and research activities and to work on collaborative projects across Department disciplines. The appointee will work as part of the Chemical Sciences Department technical support team and undertake additional duties as assigned by the Chief Technical Officer. Technical Officer/Senior Technical OfficerThe duties of the post include but are not limited to the following:Enhanced role in the supervision, where appropriate, of technical staff on a day-to-day basis (Senior Technical Officer).Mentoring of junior staff.Delivery of high-quality technical support and service to departmental teaching and research activities including demonstrations and general instruction on laboratory techniques and best practice, the use of laboratory equipment and health and safety.Assist academic staff, graduate teaching assistants and undergraduate students during practical laboratories, as required.Assist in the development/training of graduate teaching assistants.Monitor student attendance and collate results of practical classes as required.Work with academic staff to assist in the design, development and continuous improvement of laboratory practicals.Assist in the development of student practical workbooks.Commitment to continuous professional development including taking on responsibilities’ consequent on new technologies.Support and supervise undergraduate and postgraduate research projects.Procurement of laboratory supplies and equipment and knowledge of procurement procedures at national and EU level.Ensure the efficient management of records, including inventories and stock control of chemicals, laboratory apparatus and equipment, and equipment preventative maintenance.Commissioning, operation, maintenance and decommissioning of general laboratory equipment and analytical equipment associated with chemical sciences laboratories.Maintenance and upkeep of laboratory facilities and associated equipment and system to the highest standards.Develop and write SOPs relating to the operation of Department equipment, laboratory procedures, safety procedures etc.Contribute to the development of policies and procedures to meet with health and safety legislative requirements and Department/University standards, to include maintenance and update of safety documentation.Monitor and ensure compliance with health and safety rules and regulations and participate in the provision of safety advice and training.Provide expertise and manage compliance in areas relating to the management of chemical agents and chemical waste and the control of hazards and related risk in a chemical sciences laboratory environment.Liaise with external departments and services as necessary, to assist with laboratory and other infrastructural changes and health and safety compliance.Contribute to department outreach activities.Participate in Departmental, Faculty and University committees as required.Undertake any other duties as assigned by the Chief Technical Officer.It is likely that flexibility regarding the allocation of specific duties will be necessary. Accordingly, the list of duties detailed above is not intended to be exclusive or restrictive. Alterations will take place within the remit of the Chief Technical Officer and after consultation with the appointee.DESCRIPTION:The Department is seeking to appoint a Technical Officer/Senior Technical Officer on a fulltime basis with a strong background in chemistry and chemical instrumentation who will join a team of technical officers working to deliver high level technical support and expertise to our teaching and research community.Reporting to the Chief Technical Officer, the successful candidate will be responsible for the routine operation and maintenance of Department laboratories and equipment. They will provide technical expertise and support to teaching and research activities in chemistry, specifically analytical chemistry, physical chemistry, and process chemistry. They will work on collaborative projects for the Department across its multiple disciplines. They will play a key role in the operation and upkeep of analytical laboratory instrumentation and the provision of training to students and researchers. The role will require a good knowledge of health and safety pertaining to a chemistry laboratory environment. The appointee will contribute to the development of health and safety policies and procedures to meet with legislative requirements and department/university standards and participate in the provision of safety advice and services, including training provision, documentation and record keeping.The successful candidate will demonstrate a flexible approach to skills acquisition and personal development. They must possess good project management skills, be highly organised, flexible and capable of working collaboratively and independently.They must be able to demonstrate a high level of initiative and possess excellent communication skills (written and oral), analytical and creative problem-solving skills and highly developed IT skills.Essential Criteria – Senior Technical OfficerA relevant master’s degree (level 9 NFQ) or equivalent, in chemistry or a closely related discipline.A minimum of 3 years proven experience instructing students in a chemistry related laboratory setting at a third-level institute, or equivalent industrial experience.Experience in commissioning, operation, maintenance and decommissioning of laboratory equipment/analytical instrumentation used in a chemical sciences laboratory setting.Good knowledge and awareness of Health and Safety regulations and procedures as pertains to laboratory work in a chemistry environment.A strong working knowledge of technologies related to analytical chemistry, physical chemistry, and process chemistry.Good project management skills, highly organised, flexible, and capable of working collaboratively and independently.Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, analytical and problem-solving skills, and ability to multi-task.Ability to demonstrate a high level of initiative and the ability to manage a project from conception to successful delivery.High level of proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office including Excel, Word, and presentation packages.A flexible approach to skills acquisition and personal development.Essential Criteria – Technical OfficerA relevant honours bachelor’s degree (level 8 NFQ), or equivalent, in chemistry or a closely related discipline.A minimum of 2 years proven experience instructing students in a chemistry related laboratory setting at a third-level institute, or equivalent industrial experience.Experience in commissioning, operation, maintenance and decommissioning of laboratory equipment/analytical instrumentation used in a chemical sciences laboratory setting.Good knowledge and awareness of Health and Safety regulations and procedures as pertains to laboratory work in a chemistry environment.A strong working knowledge of technologies related to analytical chemistry, physical chemistry, and process chemistry.Good project management skills, highly organised, flexible, and capable of working collaboratively and independently.Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, analytical and problem-solving skills, and ability to multi-task.Ability to demonstrate a high level of initiative and the ability to manage a project from conception to successful delivery.High level of proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office including Excel, Word, and presentation packages.A flexible approach to skills acquisition and personal development.Desirable Criteria – Technical Officer/Senior Technical OfficerAdditional qualifications/training in health and safety, laboratory management or project management.Prior experience in tutoring, demonstrating, or engaging with undergraduate students and researchers, or equivalent, at third level or industrial setting.Evidence of engagement in research, or the provision of high-level technical support for research projects in analytical chemistry, physical chemistry or process chemistry.Demonstrable experience and technical competency in laboratory skills related to teaching and learning in the disciplines of analytical chemistry, physical chemistry or process chemistry up to and beyond BSc level. Evidence of ability to maintain, operate and provide hands-on training on analytical instrumentation, including GC, HPLC, UV/Vis spectroscopy, FTIR spectroscopy, flame AAS, ICP-OES and NMR spectroscopy for laboratory practicals and research projects.Demonstrated ability in the use of computer software for equipment control, data analysis, modelling and reporting.Ability to work remotely and provide support in an online environment.Experience in the education sector would be a distinct advantage.
Health & Safety Officer / Advisor
, Cork City, Cork, Republic of
Building Staff Solutions (BSS) are hiring a Health & Safety Officer / Advisor for our client, a very well-known Main Contractor with long history of completing projects on time, within budget and to the highest standards. The role will be based on a site in Cork City and the successful candidate will be responsible for advising on overall compliance in matters of Health & Safety.Your ResponsibilitiesConducting regular, formal site audits and carrying out inspections as directed in the Safety Management SystemEnsuring that record of statutory inspections are kept for all activities and plant equipmentDelivering and completing statutory notifications to the Health & Safety Authority for the project and all incident / accident reporting and to conduct inspector site visits as required by the Health & Safety AuthorityDelivering Health & Safety induction program's for new employees or contractors working on siteManaging and making recommendations for Personal Protective Equipment required for all EmployeesAssisting Site Management in compiling cost records and forecasts for all issues associated with Health & Safety including, but not limited to, contra charges, training, purchases, etcServing as company representative at Site meetings;Organizing and chairing the Safety Meetings for Sub-Contractors personnelEnsuring sub-contractor safety statement's and required Method statement are available on site and assess sub-contractor statements and method statements, assisting where requiredAdvising / assisting Site Management in drafting and communicating Method StatementsCompiling, updating and communicating site Emergency PlansConducting preliminary accident investigations and statutory notifications, while keeping Group Safety Officer updatedMaking sure First aid is available, that an adequate quantity of First Aid supplies is in stock and that all relevant Certs are updatedCollecting and collating relevant information for inclusion in the Safety File and preparing for handover to the Client at the end of the project.What you need to have3rd Level Health & Safety Qualification Essential2-5 yrs health & safety experience on site essentialPrevious experience managing safety on siteExcellent communication, leadership, training and presentation skillsExperience in the construction industryExperience with Irish or UK contractsWhat you get in returnExcellent working environmentLatest available training to assist you in your roleCompetitive SalaryCompany vehicle or fuel allowance Work for a well-structured and supported organisation that prides itself on delivery of service and customer satisfaction.If you are interested in this role, Please click apply or contact David on (phone number removed)/ today for a strictly confidential conversation. Job 37696 - INDINTBSS will process the data you have provided to help us find you suitable employment and offer you opportunities to help further your career. As we are a recruitment agency you may be considered for multiple roles that are suitable to your experience. You can review our Privacy Notice here
Sea Fisheries Protection Officer (Greencastle, Co. Donegal)
, County Donegal
The SFPA will hold a competition to establish a panel of suitably qualified candidates to fill Sea Fisheries Protection Officer vacancies which may arise in its office in Greencastle, Co. Donegal.A Sea Fishery Protection Officer performs multi-faceted front-line roles related to Sea-Fisheries conservation and Seafood safety. This work requires the regular conduct of direct inspections onboard fishing vessels, at processing establishments and seafood business premises and in other places of fisheries and marine activity. The working environment is both indoor and outdoor, on land and at sea.The SFPA provides a 24/7 service in line with the industry to which we provide a service. Consequently Sea Fisheries Protection Officers are required to work shift work. Where incumbents work atypical shifts, a roster allowance (the rate of which is determined by the hours worked) is payable.Further information is available in the candidate handbook.
Health and Safety Officer
, Dublin, Dublin City, Republic of
Role: Health & Safety OfficerLocation: Dublin City CentreSalary: Commensurate with experienceOur client are seeking an experienced and ambitious Health and Safety Officer/Advisor for a large commercial project in Dublin City Centre and residential projects in North Co. Dublin and Co. Meath.The candidate will be a self-starter who has the drive, determination and capability to maintain and improve our Health and Safety systems. They must act as a role model for the company in ensuring that the highest standard of H&S is implemented throughout.Responsibilities of the Health and Safety Officer:· Proactively champion the health and safety function, and safe working practices across the company’s activities and operations..Monitor legislative updates, ensuring necessary changes are applied promptly..Responsible for the preparation of health and safety plans and risk assessments, site audits and reporting..Support in the completion of Safety Induction Training for all new employees and sub-contractors, and maintain documentary evidence of same,.Develop Emergency, Evacuation and Traffic Management Plans for sites..Assist in Safety Audits..Investigate, record and report accidents, incidents and near-misses promptly, ensuring any corrective actions are implemented without delay..Review sub-contractors’ Safety Statements and Safety Compliance..Attend regular Health & Safety meetings..Liaise with organisations such as the HAS and other relevant professional bodies..Excellent knowledge of Health & Safety legislation and regulations..Ability to operate in a fast-paced environment..Ability to drive continuous improvement..Strong IT / Administration skills essential.·Maintain training records of all site personnel.·Have first-hand knowledge and experience with ISO9001, 14001 and 18001 and to assist with audits and liaise with external auditorsDesirable Skills and experience of the Health and Safety Officer·Third level qualification in Health and Safety·Have at 5 years’ experience in a similar role.·Willingness to show initiative and drive in addition to being a team player.·Must be IT proficient in terms of the full Microsoft Office Suite.If interested please forward your CV to Marie at email@example.com
SYNERGY SECURITY SOLUTIONS, Abbeyleix, Knocknamoe, County Laois
Job Description Share •Protection of Life•Protection of property•Access Control•Estate Mobile Patrols•Customer liaison to assistance with all inquiries.•Problem identification and resolution in accordance with standard operating procedures.•Maintenance and filing of required documents.•Preparing and submitting accurate and timely reports of daily activities and irregularities such as equipment or property damage, theft, presence of unauthorised persons or unusual occurrences.An Irish Private Security Authority( PSA) licence is an essential requirement for this position. If you do not currently hold an Irish PSA your application will not be processed. Career Level Not Required Candidate Requirements Essential Minimum Experienced Required (Years): 0 Minimum Qualification:No Qualification Desirable Ability Skills:Computer Literacy, Customer Service Competency Skills:Flexibility, Working on own Initiative Specialising In:n a
Trinity College Dublin, Dublin
Post Title: Technical OfficerPost Status: Permanent Full Time.Department/Faculty: Discipline of Mechanical, Manufacturing & BiomedicalEngineering, School of Engineering.Location: Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland.Reports to: Chief Technical Officer, Discipline of Mechanical Manufacturing and Biomedical Engineering.Salary: Appointment will be made on the Technical Officer Pay Scale Salary Scale] at a point in line with Government Pay Policy [€33,031 to €51,626 per annum].Hours of Work: 39 Hours Per Week.Closing Date: 12 Noon (Irish Standard Time), Friday 30th July 2021.The successful applicant will be expected to take up post as soon as possible. Post Summary The purpose of this role is to provide technical support to research and teaching activities in the Discipline of Mechanical, Manufacturing & Biomedical Engineering. The post is based in the mechanical workshop. The post holder will have significant experience in a machine shop or toolroom environment with an in-depth knowledge of design and manufacturing processes. They should have significant experience in providing technical support in a similar educational setting and/or research environment. The Discipline of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering is responsible for teaching and research and has an undergraduate complement of some 100 students in each year consisting of Engineering and Engineering with Management students. It is particularly active in research, with over 60 postgraduate research students and with substantial funding being generated from research contracts. The main research groups are in Bioengineering, Fluids, Heat Transfer, Acoustics and Vibration, Materials and Manufacturing. Standard Duties and Responsibilities of the PostThe principal duties of the post will include (but not limited to):Provision of technical support for research and undergraduate projects using a variety of machine tools to include CNC machining centres, milling machines and lathes, surface grinder and an assortment of welding and fabrication equipmentInteracting with postgraduate and undergraduate students and other staff members in the manufacture of test rigs and devicesAssisting with the management and maintenance of our 3D printing facilityProvision of mechanical design support to researchers, postgraduate and undergraduate studentsMaintenance and upkeep of research and experimental laboratory equipment throughout the Discipline of Mechanical and Manufacturing EngineeringTraining and supervision of students and research staff in the use of milling machines and lathes and mechanical workshop practicesManual handling and connection of industrial gas cylinders to laboratory equipmentPartaking in continuing professional development courses to stay abreast of the latest associated technologiesPerson SpecificationQualificationsQualifications for New Staff (from 1 January 2007) Entry to the profession will require a relevant Honours degree i.e. Level 8 NFQ qualification in engineering or equivalentNational 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) Candidates for this role are expected to possess an in-depth understanding of the day to day activities of a teaching and research environment with an aptitude and willingness to immerse themselves in new and emerging technologies. This post would be particularly suitable to a candidate who has completed an apprenticeship as a Fitter/Turner or Toolmaker and has gone on to complete further Mechanical Engineering studies.Essential Skills and Experience Proficiency in the computer numerical controlled (CNC) machine tool operationDemonstrated practical experience in manual lathe and milling machine operationsExperienced in the machining and fabrication of a wide variety of materials i.e. ferrous and non-ferrous metals, ceramics and plasticsExperienced in the use of CAD and CAD/CAM software packages such as Solidworks and AlphaCAMProficiency in the maintenance and repair of mechanical equipment such as compressors, motors and pumpsBench fitting operationsDesirable Skills and ExperienceExperience and proficiency in the following areas would be highly beneficial:Welding and fabrication processesMeasurement and monitoring of force and temperature in a machining scenarioInstallation of manufacturing equipment and maintenance management systemsTraining of students or apprentices in machine tool operationsNon-traditional manufacturing processes i.e. laser machining, additive manufacturing and spark erosion. Skills & CompetenciesInterpersonal skills: a strong service focus; ability to interact effectively with staff and students; foster good working relationships; is known as someone who is helpful to othersOral communication: convincing and confident when speaking to others; can explain complicated procedures well; comes across as welcoming and approachable in mannerWritten communication: documents are free of grammatical and punctuation errors; clear concise and error-free writing; emails and memos are clear and to the point; uses formatting effectively to highlight key informationOrganisational Skills: has information at fingertips; information is in well organised files; keeps track of multiple projectsConscientious: is accurate in their work and ensures details are completedDeadline Oriented: can handle multiple tasks simultaneously and meet deadlinesResourceful: can work under own initiative, knows where to find information/help and can problem solveFlexibility: can operate flexibly within a busy work environment, can shift focus when required; lends a hand beyond normal office hours when a need arisesAnalytical Skills: can identify a problem and propose a solution Application Information In order to assist the selection process, applicants should submit a Curriculum Vitae and a Cover Letter (2x A4 page max.) that specifically address the following points in their application.Applicants must have at least 2 years practical experience in a similar role. Applicants should clearly address this experience and how they obtained their knowledge in their application. Candidates should demonstrate a good technical aptitude and experience in a similar academic environment would be valuable. The applicant should give examples of their involvement in engineering operations and the key learnings 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.
Chief Technology Officer
Red Chair Recruitment, Kerry, West
We are currently recruiting for an experienced head of technology to work as part an executive team, driving and developing the technical arm of a fantastic company Co. Kerry. The successful candidate for this role will be a proven leader, with real world experience in tech management and a willingness to maintain and develop a diverse team of engineers/developers.What we’re looking for:A capable and engaging leader that is talented in leading and growing a team and communicating a strategic vision to a diverse team.Experience in utilising the Agile methodology and Scrum approachSkilled at the implementation of internal security policies.Experience with either ISO certification or SOC2 certification/audits.Technical communication and delivery skills are highly valued.Experience in developing engineers and software developers.Experience managing stakeholders, both internal and external.Adept at change management and inspiring the team and driving for success.Requirements:5 + years’ experience in a similar leadership roleHigher third level qualificationIn-depth knowledge of eCommerce managementDeep understanding of languages and frameworks such as: PHP, Java/Kotlin, Symfony/Doctrine, JAX-RS, Spring. HTML, CSS, JS.Working knowledge of cloud providers.An energetic and passionate LeaderThe salary for this role is in the region of €80,000. If you are interested in this role and would like to be considered, please feel free to apply directly below and we will contact you shortly after to discuss the role in more detail.
Clinical Safety Officer
Our client’s focus is all about giving back time to our users. Time for doctors to treat their patients and time for patients to get the treatment they need sooner. No more getting stuck at a hospital switchboard and getting straight to clinical teams so they know when and where they are working, Our client’s our apps for clinical teams are the most used in the UK. It’s all about keeping it simple, but effective – underpinned by sophisticated data integration technology – helping fuel the inevitable digital transformation of healthcare. Clinical Safety OfficerJob Type: PermanentSector: HealthcareLocation: Office is based in LondonRemote Working: Yes – Require to be in the office 1 day per monthAnnual Salary: £50,000 per annumPerks/Benefits: Share options after probation termWorking Days and Hours: Full Time Hours JOB SUMMARY As one of the Clinical Safety Officers, you’ll be a fundamental part of the business, ensuring that correct implement and maintain clinical safety processes across the business. Patient safety is the number one priority and this position is vital in making sure this is achieved and maintained. Key duties and responsibilitiesYou will have two main roles involving risk management and incident management and a third participatory role related to your professional background in strategic discussions.You’ll work alongside a variety of business areas, ensuring new software updates and releases are clinically safe as well playing an integral part in the development of new functionality. As well as planning for releases, you’ll quickly react to new incidents as they come in. To be successful in the role, you’ll build a strong and wide-reaching network with colleagues.You will be joining an existing Clinical Safety Officer from a medical background which reports into our Senior Clinical Director, (currently Chief Medical Officer who is also a Clinical Safety Officer).As the opportunity is all about promoting a culture of clinical safety you will work across the wider business, so you’ll need to be a strong communicator and team player. Requirements:As a subject matter expert, you will:Maintain the Clinical Risk Management artefacts for the busines products assigned to you in a comprehensive and up-to-date manner and escalate unresolved issues for resolution or mitigation.Contribute to clinical incident management such that such issues are resolved as soon as possible, and governance documentation is complete both for internal and possibly external scrutiny.Contribute to the strategic agenda as requested in alignment with your specific professional background and broader clinical experience.As a valued employee you will:Be respected by your colleagues and noted for your balanced, proportionate and timely contributions.Be able to articulate how your contribution supports the corporate objectives. Person Specification These are the skills and experience you’ll need to set yourself up for success for this role. However, we’d still love to talk to you even if you don’t tick all of them:You will need to be a clinician (for example, a nurse, pharmacist, physiotherapist or allied health professional) and have a current registration with a professional governing body, which you will maintain whilst in this role.You’ll have knowledge of different care settings and a background / experience in risk management.Primary and secondary healthcare experience as well as risk experienceKnowledge of Clinical Safety or Health IT would be an advantage.You will need to be a strong self-starter and have the ability to learn at pace.
Health and Safety Officer
Hays, Dublin, IE
Your new companyYou will be joining a business with over 70 years of experience delivering a services within the construction industry to fit the clients needs. Extensive experience in commercial, public sector and residential developments. Taking projects all the way through from inception to build and beyond with their wholly owned facility management company. Now looking to recruit a strong health & safety professional to join their team on multiple Dublin based projects. Your new roleAs a Health & Safety Officer you will be reporting and assisting the Health & Safety Manager on site. Your responsibilities and requirements will include; Assisting those in charge of liaising with the contractors on site and monitoring all aspects of their work activities. Liaising with clients as required on safety issues. Ensuring that the company's safety role is carried out to the highest standard thus delivering projects in a safe manner. Implementing the company's safety policy and procedures. Supporting the company's site team. Experience in safety management on large construction sites. Strong knowledge of Safety, Health & Welfare legislation, codes and standards. Excellent verbal and written communications ability. Highly motivated with a strong belief in the value of safety. Ability to interact with senior management on safety related issues.What you'll need to succeedTo be successful in this role you will need 2+ years post graduate, construction industry experience within the Irish market. A recognised third level qualification will be required and an ability to deal with clients to ensure procedures are being followed. What you'll get in returnThe successful candidate will receive a great opportunity to work on very high profile projects. There is a very competitive base salary on offer of €40,000 - €50,000 (depending on experience) and a host of benefits included, in addition to the opportunity to progress within the companies. What you need to do nowIf you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.