We do this by removing the risk that comes from relying on overstretched IT managers and generalist service providers, where we increase the visibility of IT risks, and create a clear plan to a reliable foundation so you can grow your business with confidence.
At Nostra, people are at the heart of everything we do. Ongoing personal development is a huge part of our core values. We have diverse opportunities with continuous opportunities to grow, develop and be a leader. We don’t want to offer just jobs. We offer careers to ambitious professionals who care about both themselves and our customers. We have multi department opportunities with multi-level skill sets as well as a graduate program for engineers.
The National Ambulance Service (NAS) is the statutory pre-hospital emergency and intermediate care provider for the State.
In Dublin, emergency services are delivered directly by the NAS and Dublin City Council (DCCvia Dublin Fire Brigade. The NAS mission is to serve the needs of patients and the public as part of an integrated health system, through the provision of high quality, safe and patient-centred services.
This care begins immediately at the time that the emergency call is received. Resources are dynamically deployed to the place where cover is required. We respond to incidents as they arise to ensure the nearest available resource responds to emergencies. All 112/999 calls are clinically triaged based on the patient’s condition. The nearest available and most appropriate response is dispatched, with the most urgent calls prioritised. Where a patient requires emergency care in hospital, we transport them to the Emergency Department and complete a handover of the patient to the clinical team.
Every year NAS receives between 275,000 and 280,000 emergency calls. NAS currently employs approximately 2,000 staff across 100 locations and deploys approximately 250 vehicles daily.
The NAS Critical Care and Retrieval Service provides a comprehensive inter-hospital Retrieval-Transfer system for seriously ill infants, children and adults. This involves the timely retrieval of patients to an appropriate centre to receive definitive care.
NAS in conjunction with the Irish Air Corps and the Department of Defence operates an Emergency Aeromedical Service. The service, based at Custume Barracks, Athlone, is staffed by an Air Corps flight crew and an NAS Advanced Paramedic. This service has greatly reduced scene to hospital times in more rural parts of the country.
Aeromedical Services are also provided by the Cork based Irish Community Air Ambulance which has expanded to also provide a dedicated Helicopter Emergency Service. ICAA provides this service in partnership with the NAS in the South West.
The NAS College provides a paramedic programme which is degree level and takes three years. There are currently over 200 Student Paramedics are different stages of the programme. NAS also provides training for Emergency Medical Technicians and Emergency Call Takers.
In line with international trends NAS is moving from an Emergency Medical Service (EMS) to a Mobile Medical Service (MMS) which aims to deliver the right patient care in the right setting. A new Strategy is being developed for NAS and through its implementation the service will move towards a more multi-dimensional urgent and emergency care provision model which is safe and of the highest quality.
The ultimate aim is to improve patient outcomes whilst ensuring appropriate and targeted care delivery.
Manning the NAS stand will be frontline grades from the service along with representation from NAS HR Department, NAS Education and Competency Assurance Team and the National Emergency Operations Centre. The NAS will be able to provide you with an insight from the recruitment process right through to what it is like to work at the frontline of a National Emergency Service.
eHealth and Disruptive Technologies (eHealth) is the HSE office responsible for the delivery of technology to support healthcare across Ireland. eHealth embraces all voice, video and data communications technologies and provides one central management point for all purchases of hardware, software, telecommunications, ICT developments and advisory services.
eHealth is also responsible for turning the eHealth Ireland Strategy into a reality ensuring that technology supports healthcare efficiently and effectively throughout the whole system. The core of the eHealth Ireland strategy is to bring improved population wellbeing, health service efficiencies and economic opportunity using technology-enabled solutions.
eHealth is essentially about the digitisation of health services and processes so that the data about the right patient is available in the right place and at the right time to ensure safe and efficient provision of care services.
eHealth offers a significant opportunity and is fundamental to providing new and integrated models of care. It's about helping healthcare professionals save time and save lives. It’s also enabling patients, and the people who use our services, to experience better care. Our vision is to create a patient-centred, digitally integrated healthcare system and as we move towards this we are starting to see more and more benefits.
Daikin is the world’s leading manufacturer of air conditioning, heating & cooling systems for commercial, residential and industrial applications.Founded in Japan in 1924, the European operations commenced 50 years ago. Daikin is sold in 160 countries worldwide and employs over 88,500 worldwide.
The Irish office, based in Citywest Business Campuswas established in 2006, employs almost 50 staff in sales, marketing, engineering, accounts, service & maintenance. Product support, both pre and post-sale, is the cornerstone of our business model.
Our dedicated teams as are set out as follows:
Daikin has worldwide manufacturing facilities across the globe including Japan, Thailand, China, Brazil, USA, Belgium, Italy, Czech Republic and the UK, however it must be noted that all product sold in Europe is manufactured in Europe.
Daikin Europe will also invest €300 million in a new purpose built factory in Poland, to manufacture residential heat pump units commencing operations in July 2024. As the leading company in the heat pump market in Europe, Daikin takes up the challenge to facilitate the societal shift from fossil fuel boilers to heat pumps.To this end we have been strengthening our product development and service capabilities, and now decided to establish a new factory in Poland. This factory will have the largest capacity in the Daikin Europe Group of heat pump systems output. With this investment we aim to achieve the number one market share in each of the major countries.
In December 2022 Technimark announced an expansion of its Ireland facility. Technimark, a global manufacturing leader for the healthcare market, announced that it will create 80 new highly skilled roles over the next two years as it expands its operations in Longford, with a 50,000-square-foot addition, doubling the size of its existing plant. Technimark will be investing €26 million to expand the facility's capacity in medical manufacturing, including precision injection molding, value-added assembly, finished device assembly and contract manufacturing.
A key component of Technimarks organic growth strategy is ensuring that they have state-of-the-art cleanroom facilities and open capacity to support their customers' current and future manufacturing needs. Technimarks many expansions around the globe underpin that strategy.
Technimark is a global manufacturing solutions provider for the healthcare, consumer packaging and specialty industrial markets. Technimark specializes in precision injection molding, value-added assembly and contract manufacturing. Technimark provides clients with customized, end-to-end solutions based on technology and innovation that improve quality, reduce risk, lower costs and speed products to market. With facilities in the United States, Mexico, Germany, Ireland, the United Kingdom and China, Technimark delivers high-quality products worldwide. As part of Technimark’s commitment to sustainable and responsible business practices, the company has embedded the Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact into strategies and operations, and committed to respecting human and labour rights, safeguarding the environment, and working against corruption in all its forms. For more information, visit technimark.com.
Flutter UK & Ireland unites a dozen brands including powerhouses Paddy Power, Betfair, Tombola and Sky Betting & Gaming, bringing together hundreds of teams and thousands of colleagues who create trusted entertainment for millions of customers every week.
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Bank of Ireland is the leading financial services provider in Ireland with a growing consumer financial services offering in the UK. We have significant corporate banking & treasury business across Ireland, UK, Europe & the USA. For over 230 years, we have been helping people and businesses with all their financial needs providing everything from current accounts to corporate finance. We were the first bank in Ireland to introduce ATMs, phone banking, online banking and mobile banking.
Join our team for opportunity, challenge, and an exciting place to work.
We offer a wide variety of roles particularly in niche and specialist roles, customer-facing roles, and opportunities for financial advisors. We also have opportunities for roles you might not immediately think of in relation to banking. So connect with us so we can keep you updated as opportunities arise that match your skills & experience. Our people all have access to our award-winning training & development curriculum delivered online and on instructor-led training. We also offer support for professional banking qualifications for relevant roles.
Why work with us?
The Bank of Ireland company culture prioritises work life balance with an opportunity for flexible working, along with competitive annual leave and excellent pension contributions. We recognise that family can mean different things to many different people, that’s why we offer 6 months paid maternity leave, an innovative fertility and surrogacy policy and working parent supports.
Your wellbeing is important to us, we have an employee assistance program, WebDoctor and financial wellbeing coaches available for your needs. We also encourage and support staff to pursue educational and professional qualifications to grow and enhance your career!
At the heart of our purpose is our commitment to Inclusion & Diversity:
We're always working on developing a more inclusive and diverse environment, supported by the development of our Employee Support Networks. Bank of Ireland Group is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to fostering an inclusive workplace which values and benefits from the diversity of our workforce.
BOI have a wide range of roles available; every day a new opportunity arises at Bank of Ireland. The way in which they work is also changing, and flexible working is part of everyday life, making jobs at Bank of Ireland even more accessible for you!
There are many different areas you can work in, these include:
They look forward to chatting to you about life at Bank of Ireland at Jobs Expo Dublin
Recruit.ie (formally BCS Recruitment) are the organisers of all the Virtual Recruitment Ireland events. Since 2012, they have run highly successful careers events in Cork, Dublin, and Galway twice a year. Since the Covid-19 pandemic has caused physical events to take a time-out, Recruit.ie have implemented a virtual platform that allows recruiters and candidates to meet online.
On the day, Recruit.ie will have their own virtual booth and their team can offer guidance to jobseekers on a variety of topics such as interview techniques and professional growth. Their jobseeker services are there to avail of for anybody on the lookout for employment.
Many jobseekers are unsure how to sell themselves to employers. Even if they have all the necessary skills and experience, they can have trouble communicating that. Some candidates underestimate the importance of soft skills, and fail to highlight these says Bronagh Cotter of Recruit.ie.
Successful recruitment should create a mutually beneficial relationship between candidates and companies, asserts Bronagh.
“We aim to find the best fit for both employees and employers. Companies want more than just an employee with skills and experience. They want staff who fit into their company’s culture. It is much the same for jobseekers, particularly if they have in-demand skills. Of course, salary is a consideration, but it is not the only one. Depending on their circumstances, their priority could be the potential for promotion, the chance to upskill, travel opportunities or work-life balance,” she explains.
“Therefore, we match a candidate’s goals and expectations with the right company. It is our firm belief that it is not a job well done unless both the candidate and company benefit. We spend so much of our lives are at work. That means that finding the right fit is crucial.”
Servier (Ireland) Industries Ltd. is a pharmaceutical manufacturing plant located outside Arklow, Co Wicklow, just off the M11 motorway.
For almost 35 years, we have manufactured and packaged medicines and we currently export to over 100 countries worldwide.
We employ over 500 staff in our manufacturing facility within our Laboratory, Production, Technical, Supply Chain, Warehouse and Administrative departments.
We are located on a beautiful 60 acre site with over 12,000 trees which we have planted over the years and many other natural amenities. We are home to nearly 400,000 Irish bees and we recently won a county award for our work in protecting and improving our biodiversity and wildlife on site.
We are partnered with our local DEIS school and also with several charities in the health, mental health and environment space and we encourage staff to get involved with the organised activities we arrange with these groups.
We hold the IBEC KeepWell Mark accreditation which assists us in our commitment to workplace wellbeing and we have also recently signed up to Business in the Community’s ‘Elevate Pledge’, a commitment to building an inclusive workplace.
We have a huge focus on safety (our motto is Patient 1st, Safety always) and of course on quality also. We are a nil to landfill site and we are committed to and working on reducing our carbon footprint.
At Servier, people are at the heart of what we do – our own people and our patients. At Servier, we care.
The Irish Prison Service (IPS) is responsible for the provision of safe and secure custody, dignity of care and rehabilitation to people in custody for safer communities. The IPS operates as an executive office within the Department of Justice and Equality (“the Department”). It is headed by a Director General supported by a number of Directors. The IPS is a key component in our country’s Criminal Justice System. It employs some 3,200 uniformed and civilian staff.
Currently, the IPS estate (the Estate) is made up of 12 prisons; 10 closed Prisons (Arbour Hill, Castlerea, Cloverhill, Cork, Dochás, Limerick, Midlands, Mountjoy, Portlaoise, and Wheatfield) and two Open Centres (Loughan House and Shelton Abbey). Typically, the IPS manages approximately 4,000 people in custody at any one time, both male and female, aged 18 and over.
Providing safe and secure custody, dignity of care and rehabilitation to prisoners for safer communities.
A safer community through excellence in a prison service built on respect for human dignity.
TEAM WORK – We achieve more by working together than we can as individuals working alone.
INTEGRITY – We must always have the courage to do the right thing, the decent thing, even when no one else is watching .
POTENTIAL – Everyone has the potential to be a better person and we actively seek to provide staff and those in custody with opportunities to realise and achieve this.
SAFETY – We actively contribute to maintaining an environment in which staff and those in our custody feel emotionally and physically safe and ultimately, contribute to a safer community .
SUPPORT – We actively seek to provide supports to staff and support rehabilitation of those in custody .
There are excellent career progression opportunities open to all IPS Staff.
Via internal competitions, subject to meeting eligibility criteria, Recruit Prison Officer grades can progress through the various prison grades up to an including Governor grade. Prison grades contain various career streams eg: Trades Officer, Work Training Officer Gym, Assistant Chief Officer Bakery, which can offer new recruits into the organisation the opportunity to utilise existing skills and/or qualifications.
The IPS also supports staff engaging in further study and/or continuing professional development in order to gain new skills or qualifications. Staff can avail of the ‘Refund of Fees’ scheme and official study leave.
Pay during properly certified sick absence, provided there is no evidence of permanent disability for service, will apply on a pro-rata basis, in accordance with the provisions of the sick leave circulars.
The Irish Prison Service is a uniformed organisation. Staff are obliged to comply with standards relating to dress, appearance and deportment, which are a critical element of pro-social modelling.
Social Media and Mobile Phones
Prisons are secure environments and as such Prison Officers are legally prevented from bringing certain personal possessions into their workplace on a daily basis including mobile phones and other electronic forms of communications.
Superannuation and Retirement
The successful candidate will be offered the appropriate superannuation terms and conditions as prevailing in the Civil Service at the time of being offered an appointment.
The Irish Prison Service is committed to a policy of Equality, Diversity & Inclusion, and welcomes applications for position within the organisation, from across a broad spectrum of society.
AIB Group operates predominantly in Ireland and the United Kingdom and we are a member of the FTSE4Good Index. Whether it’s adapting to a greener way of living, planning for the future, growing a business or simply navigating day-to-day life, our ambition as a Group is to be at the heart of our customers’ financial lives, aiming to give our customers an exceptional experience. And AIB prides itself as somewhere that you can develop your career.
We work to ensure that AIB is a place where diversity is welcome, everyone can thrive, and inclusion is a universal experience. Our working environment is one in which talented individuals of all backgrounds can realise their full potential, enjoying rewarding careers in the service of our customers.
Change is at the heart of everything we do in AIB. We are a team of professional Changemakers who support the whole organisation in driving change initiatives in a dynamic, fast-paced environment.
Working in a flexible, hybrid environment, we make sure change is optimally delivered and governed in line with agreed methodologies and best practice meeting our customers' needs faster, enabling sustainable business growth, enhancing our relationship with our regulators and deliver operational efficiencies.
We would love to work with Business Analysists, Project Managers and PMO supports who have the skills and capabilities to help enable delivery of our strategy.
The Aussies are coming!
Calling Irish teachers. Adventure awaits you in and out of the classroom in Australia.
Are you thinking about travelling? Are you interested in living and working in Australia? Then we want to speak with you!
Positions are available to teach in Catholic schools in Western, Northern and Central Victoria within the Ballarat and Sandhurst dioceses. With a growing population and a shortage of teachers, we are offering attractive incentives to teach in Australia.
Executive Directors of Catholic Education from the diocese of Ballarat and Sandhurst, Tom Sexton and Paul Desmond are travelling to Ireland to speak directly with educators, speech pathologists, psychologists and more!
Information sessions are being held across Ireland in Maynooth, Waterford, Cork, Limerick and Galway. You can also find out more at the Irish Jobs expo in Dublin on October 15 where we have a stand.
Australia is a wonderful place to live and to work, with boundless opportunities to explore, soak up the sun and to enjoy the perfect life balance.