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Medforce, part of Lincoln Group based in Ireland, is a healthcare recruitment agency specialising in end-to-end service provision of permanent, contract and temporary healthcare staffing solutions across EMEA. We unite a pool of highly qualified, dedicated healthcare professionals with healthcare institutions, clinics and facilities. We pride ourselves on playing a pivotal role in enhancing the healthcare industry, ensuring seamless staffing solutions that improves patient care and elevate the standards of healthcare delivery.

Our mission is to elevate healthcare standards by pairing skilled professionals with leading-edge healthcare organisations.

We believe lives change when the right person is in the right place.

Medforce will be recruiting for the following roles at Jobs Expo:

 

At FDC Group, we understand the value of people.

Celebrating 50 years in business in 2023, FDC Group employs more than 500 employees across 47 offices across Ireland. This homegrown Irish business is a trusted advisor for local communities across Ireland, closely connected to the concerns, demands and future of its clients. Building long-term rewarding careers for key talent is a cornerstone of our growth strategy.

As we continue to expand our geographical network to meet the service needs of our business and farming clients throughout rural Ireland, we are looking to grow our teams of talented people.

Boasting exponential growth since its inception in Dunmanway, West Cork in 1973, FDC had humble beginnings utilising only a public phone in the village with no office or income. Despite these challenges, the business received full and total commitment from the farming community of West Cork. To this day, without their unwavering support, FDC Group would not be here.

FDC specialises in the services of Accounting, Tax and Legal, Financial Services, Agri Consultancy, Management Accounting, Advisory, Banking, Audit, Training and Client Business IT Solutions.

FDC Group stands today as an organisation completely centered around helping its people succeed. We offer a dynamic and supportive work environment with hands-on learning and mentorship through scholarships, placements, graduate programmes and qualified positions.

We foster a culture of continuous learning and growth, offering our employees regular opportunities for upskilling. Whether it’s a recent graduate or an experienced professional, FDC has opportunities for people of all backgrounds.

On 1st January 2014 the Child and Family Agency became an independent legal entity, comprising HSE Children and Family Services, the Family Support Agency and the National Educational Welfare Board as well as incorporating some psychological services and a range of services responding to domestic, sexual and gender-based violence.

The Child and Family Agency is now the dedicated State agency responsible for improving wellbeing and outcomes for children. It represents the most comprehensive reform of child protection, early intervention and family support services ever undertaken in Ireland.

The Agency operates under the Child and Family Agency Act 2013, a progressive piece of legislation with children at its heart and families viewed as the foundation of a strong healthy community where children can flourish. Partnership and co-operation in the delivery of seamless services to children and families are also central to the Act.

The establishment of the Agency represents an opportunity to think differently, where appropriate to behave differently and to seek a wide range of views regarding the most effective way of working together to deliver a wide range of services for children and families. An approach which is responsive, inclusive and outward looking.

There are over 5,000 staff working in the Agency.

New beginnings

Prior to establishment date, widespread consultation with stakeholders sought to capture the hopes, and indeed fears, regarding the new Child and Family Agency. Many held the view that a mere realignment of services and the amalgamation of a number of bodies would not be enough to deliver on the fresh start called for throughout the sector. It was felt that what was required was a new identity which captured a new sense of purpose shared by all those who together will deliver children and family services going forward.

Consideration was given to the aspirations for the agency and many themes emerged – a new beginning, an opportunity, a challenge. From debate and conjecture, the name Tusla emerged as a fitting logo for the Child and Family Agency. While the word borrows from the Irish words ‘tús’ + ‘lá’, Tusla is a completely new word reflecting a shared desire for a new beginning, forging a new identity. A new word, a new way of working.

Our services

The Child and Family Agency’s services include a range of universal and targeted services:

 

Our remit

Under the Child and Family Act 2013 the Child and Family Agency is charged with:

Supporting and promoting the development, welfare and protection of children, and the effective functioning of families;

Gateway Community Care was established in 2015 to provide residential and day services to both children and adults with medium to profound disability including those with life limiting conditions.

At Gateway we pride ourselves on the services we provide to support our children and adults with significant and complex additional needs. Working with families and the community, we support our service users to build their independence and resilience.

Our multidisciplinary team includes social care workers, nurses and healthcare assistants who are supported by a range of other professionals including psychologists, behavioural therapists, occupational therapists and speech and language therapists.

We have houses and services across the Republic if Ireland, including two houses in Galway. We are excited to hear from and meet health care and social care workers who are interested in joining our Galway team.

We provide extensive training, supports and a competitive salary as well as a range of other benefits.

Home Instead is the largest and longest-established private home care company in Ireland.

With a team of 4,000 CAREGivers enhancing the lives of ageing adults and their families in cities, towns and villages all over the country, we are committed to recognising and showing our appreciation for our frontline staff.

We show how much we value our team through regular award programmes, social events. Our office staff – many of whom began their career as a CAREGiver – support our frontline staff by ensuring smooth work schedules, and encouraging a culture of open, two-way communication, where CAREGivers can share their experiences and grow every day.

Thanks to this culture of support, as well as our core values, our CAREGivers feel a great sense of belonging; they are part of a caring, compassionate and winning team who make a difference to the lives of ageing adults every day.

We offer our CAREGivers:

Our professional culture is derived from years of experience in implementing the highest standards of care. We give our CAREGivers additional rewards based on qualifications and length of service, our Home Care Professionals Academy provides them with the tools they need to do the job, and we offer clear pathways to career progression with Home Instead.

50 years ago, we started on our journey from a small dairy company to a global multinational. Without our people, we would not be where we are today. Kerry Dairy Ireland is Kerry Group’s UK & Ireland dairy related business which includes our Dairy & Nutritional Ingredients businesses, Agribusiness and Dairy Consumer Foods business. With a revenue in excess of €1bn per year, it is one of the world’s leading dairy businesses. With our strong dairy heritage and deep-rooted connection to our 3,000 milk suppliers, right through to our portfolio of innovative and high-quality brands, the dairy business has a unique and compelling proposition for both consumers and our customers.

In Kerry we benefit from the knowledge of our colleagues who bring a diverse range of cultures, backgrounds, lifestyles and experiences. One team fostering an inclusive culture that, above all, inspires food and nourishes life. One culture where everyone brings their unique perspectives and experiences to help make us better, together. We are committed to nurturing an environment of positivity and inclusiveness, where everyone can be at their best, both personally and professionally.

Our recruitment, selection and assessment process are based on the skills and competencies of the specific roles and based entirely on merit. We are committed to and value Diversity and Inclusion in all recruitment processes within Kerry and do not discriminate based on gender, race, class, economic status, ethnic background, sexual orientation, age, political beliefs, marital status or any other protected characteristic.

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