066 712 9675 info@traleeles.ie

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THIS WEEKS JOBS

Pharmacy Technical Required

Or someone with similar experience

Tralee, Co Kerry

Please apply with CV to Box No. 1655, Kerrys Eye Newspaper, Ashe St, Tralee

Milk Lorry Driver Wanted

Part-Time

Contract Box No 1650, Kerrys Eye Newspaper, Ashe St, Tralee

Childcare Assistant Part Time X 2

The vacancies have arisen due to our continued expansion and the opening of an additional classroom. Brief Job Description: •Working as part of a team and within different rooms catering for children aged between 3 months to 10 years. •Working with the Room Leader on planning and preparation of activities, to meet children’s individual needs, liaising with parents and keeping of development records and observations. •Positive management of children’s behaviour. •Preparation, care, cleanliness and maintenance of the playrooms and equipment. •Keeping accident, incident and risk assessment records. • Supervision of meals and mealtimes and where appropriate preparation of babies’ bottles. • Adhering to the Policies & Procedures of Stepping Stones Childcare and compliance with the Child Care Services Regulations, Health and Safety legislation and working within guidelines set out by the Siolta/Aistear curriculum framework. Ensuring confidentiality is maintained in the centre. • Cleaning and laundry duties. •Attendance of staff meetings as arranged by the Centre Manager. •Any other duties appropriate to the post as directed by the Centre Manager. Qualifications: •Minimum QQI Level 5 in Childcare. • Fluent in English, both verbal and written. •First Aid. • Must be in a position to obtain Garda Vetting. Hours of work: 25 per week. However, successful applicants would be expected to be flexible and have the ability to work additional hours as and when required. Remuneration: Salary dependent on experience and qualifications.

How to apply: Send C.V. and covering email to steppingstones@live.ie Closing Date: 15th May 2019

Plasterer

Great Opportunity to join a very successful and established Plastering Business with work throughout Kerry & Cork. Plasterer Required – Applications welcomed from – Established Self Employed Plastering Contractors – Plasterers currently or previously working on a PAYE basis Someone willing to learn the trade.
Please apply via Email: info@lovettandharrington.com

Hairdresser

Part Time Hairdresser required for small salon in Tralee town. 1-2 days a week initially with a view to covering days off etc. This may suit someone on a social welfare payment who can only work specified hours or days.

Salary negotiable, work consistent all year.

Please email CV to: Denise@watchyourbackireland.ie

Commi Chef and Waitress

for Giovannelli restaurant

Contact: 0876232497

Qualified Dog Groomer / Bather Wanted

Part Time To Start Leading To Full Time In August
Experience Is Essential

Email CVs (Inc Cover Letter) To aines188@hotmail.com

Food & Beverage Assistant

Duties to include serving of food and beverages. Excellent access to training and career progression for the successful applicants.

Submit CV and application letter to bbrennan@aghadoeheights.com or post to Brid Brennan, Human Resources Manager, Aghadoe Heights Hotel & Spa, Killarney, Co Kerry. Please refer to –

https://www.aghadoeheights.com/career/

JOIN THE MEADOWLANDS HOTEL TEAM

We are hiring Bartender and Food & Beverage Servers.

Please send CV & Cover letter to hr@meadowlandshotel.com

Apprentice Mechanic

Bowlers Garage Ltd Killarney are seeking 2nd year Apprentice Mechanic. Must have clean drivers licence.

Contact by email to: accounts@bowlers.ie

Equestrian Traineeship – Apprenticeship
Ref: #APP-2109581

Tralee Equestrian Centre
Train towards you British Horse Society exams

 

For more information please see apprenticeship.ie
Note: As part of the national apprenticeship system, there are formal requirements for approval of an employer’s suitability to train apprentices and for registration of apprentices. Advertising on this site does not guarantee that Employers are approved to recruit and train for apprenticeship positions.

Career Level
  • Minimum Experience Required (Years): 1 Yr Desirable
  • Minimum Qualification: No Qualification
  • Ability Skills: Communications, Hospitality
  • Competency Skills: Initiative, Labouring
  • Specialising In: a certain level of physical fit ness is required

Sales Assistant

Timothy & O’Connor Chartered Certified Accountants

Ref: #JOB-2109336 Duties will include:

Offer description As Fashion Sales Associate, your main tasks will include :

• Introducing our products to customers and communicating the overall brand message.

• Providing helpful advice about the latest fashion and trends in line with our current selection of products.

• Helping with visual merchandising tasks such as setting up visual displays and other promotional material.

• Achieving pre-established sales targets.

Requirements

We focus on design and originality that’s why we are searching for high-energy people who know how to transmit our innovative spirit to customers, are aware of the latest trends, and interested in fashion.

If you identify with the description and would like to join a leading brand with international presence in the fashion and footwear sector, this is your opportunity.

Requirements to apply include:

• Prior experience in Fashion Retail.

• Passion for fashion and latest trends

• Excellent communication skills and great fashion awareness

You will be part of a young and multicultural atmosphere, where you will be able to develop your talent and your enthusiasm for fashion.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:

• Sell a broad arrange of Ladies Branded Names Clothing as well as a range of Fancy Goods

• Generate new leads

• Assist with Showroom Display

• Resolve Customer Complaints / Issue in a timely manner

• Process Payments – Cash / Credit Card / Vouchers etc.

• Ensure Orders are despatched in a timely manner as agreed with the customer.

• Manage and grow our relationship with our current customers

• Target driven.

• Be strong in multitasking and time management

Please apply to this vacancy by the following means:
bptimothy@tocaccountants.ie

Rigid/Artic Drivers

Due to continued expansion Garryowen Transport Ltd, require Rigid/Artic Drivers.

2-3 Days per week and full time positions available.

Contact: Brian on 087-2952470

Retail Assistant

Mail Boxes ETC, busy courier store looking for Retail Assistant. Initially part time (3 days a week)

Full time from September for Maternity Cover. Salary negotiable.

To apply send CV and cover letter to: killarney@mbeireland.ie

Metal Fabrication

Are seeking a Welder & Fabricator and a General Labourer. Duties to include Sandblasting & Spray Painting.

Send CV’s to: info@jocmetalfabrication.com

Carpenter Apprentice

Carpenter Apprentice x 4.

Accommodation available

083-3582975

Childminder

Childminder required full time, to mind 3 children (7, 5, and 2) in own home Mid Kerry area, Monday to Thursday 9am-6pm from June/July onwards, will be required to drive for school activities.

Tel: 087-2864079

Childminder Required.

Childminder required, mature lady, car essential to mind one child and pick up from School. Listowel, good rates.

References required 087-3691687 after 6pm

Kerry Barber

Kerry Barber Unisex Hair Saloon, require Stylist, Tralee area.

Contact: 089-2015686

Killarney is a Retail Excellence Award winning Vodafone Store 2018

Retail Sales Advisors required to join our Killarney Team.

The Role:

As a Retail Sales Advisor you must be passionate about driving sales and giving every customer a fantastic customer experience.

You will work as part of the team and promote and sell a full range of Vodafone Products from Mobile, Data, IOT, Home/Office Broadband and TV service as well as associated products and services.

Reporting to the Store Manager you will need to work towards achieving both store and team goals.

Ensure all administrative aspects of the sale are completed correctly.

Follow company guidelines and procedures in all aspects of the role.

Job requirements: Previous experience in a Sales & customer service environment.

A results focused person with a positive outlook and ability to achieve sales targets.

Be flexible with working hours.

You must have experience in delivering exceptional customer experience in a customer focused environment.

A good knowledge and interest in mobile & broadband technology is essential.

What we offer you:

•Competitive Salary

•Uncapped Commission

•Staff Offers and incentives

•Full Training

•Career Path options

Apply now with CV and cover letter through https://www.jobs.ie/ApplyForJob.aspx

Interviews will be held at our Killarney Office

Travel Sales Consultants

Slatterys Travel and Stein Travel together form part of one of Ireland’s leading travel companies. We are currently recruiting for travel sales consultants to assist with our growth and expansion. Previous travel industry experience is an advantage, though it is not necessary.

Desired Skills and Experience

  • Highly motivated with a positive can-do attitude and customer-friendly approach.
  • A proven track record in sales, regardless of industry
  • Excellent IT skills
  • Outgoing personality with strong customer service attitude
  • Excellent written and spoken English

A competitive salary is offered, based on experience.

To Apply

Please reply by emailing your CV to david@slatterys.com

Closing dates for applications is Friday, 26 April.

The successful applicant will be based in our Slattery’s Travel office in Manor Retail & Leisure Park, Tralee

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Job Title: Chief Operating Officer
Reporting To: CEO
Responsible for: All departments

Cara Credit Union is the largest community-based credit union in Munster, with over 43,000 local members. Headquartered in Tralee with offices in Castleisland and Killorglin, the organisation boasts total assets of €233 million with over €84 million loaned to members and employing 70 staff.

Cara Credit Union is embedded in the local community and our vision is to provide for the financial needs of members in a co-operative and professional manner. Our core mission is to enhance benefit and choice for our members through the range of financial services we offer, whilst continuing to lead and promote best practice in everything we do.

A unique opportunity has arisen within Cara Credit Union to appoint a Chief Operating Officer (“COO”). The credit union is providing an opportunity to join a dynamic and prosperous financial institution which is dedicated to delivering exceptional value and service to its members.

Principal responsibilities of the Chief Operating Officer role:

The Chief Operations Officer (COO) will report to the CEO and will have primary responsibility for the supervision of the member services, the HR function and day-to-day administration of the Credit Union’s offices, including facilities, ensuring that it performs and operates to the highest standards.

The COO will be part of the Executive team and will hold one of the key roles within CCU.

The COO will be responsible for the strategic planning in the areas of IT, Jobs and HR and will also be responsible for Strategic management of services to members as well as the support and development of operational staff across CCU branches, in compliance with the Strategic Plan and operational business goals.

The COO will always act within the policies as laid down by the Board, the governance and the rules of the Credit Union, the Credit Union Act 1997 (as amended) and within the ethos / philosophy of the Credit Union with minimum possible risk to the business of the credit union.

Key responsibilities:

Management

  • Serve as principal advisor to CEO and Board of Directors on all issues associated with Operational strategies by providing overall direction and leadership in the management of the operations of CCU to ensure that the necessary targets set out in the strategy are achieved.
  • Ensure that processes and procedures for operations are documented and easily understood. In addition, ensure that adequate systems and internal controls are in place so that risks are appropriately mitigated.
  • As part of the credit union’s management team, participating in executive level discussions and in making recommendations regarding major policy decisions.
  • Overall responsibility for effectively resolving member complaints / queries.
  • Oversee the training and development of staff in Credit Union operations and policies, procedures and legal requirements.
  • Serve as primary point of contact, and liaise with key stakeholders of the business such as Internal and External Auditors and Risk and Compliance department ensuring that the Credit Union is compliant with legal, statutory and regulatory requirements.
  • Report to the CEO in a timely manner on operations budgets and any trends or deviations in the level of services or any other matters of concern.
  • Attendance at Board and executive meetings as required.

General

  • As a key part of the executive team, contribute to and champion the strategic plan of CCU.
  • Developing and enhancing relationship with Key Stakeholders.
  • Encourage and support initiatives that will constantly improve services to members.
  • Report on and assist in the creation of process improvements to ensure relevant systems are implemented.
  • Manage and maintain the property assets, including facilities of CCU, and to be aware of and comply with all Health and Safety regulations as directed by the credit union.
  • Generate detailed monthly reports to CEO and Board of Directors.
  • To undertake such other reasonable and lawful duties as may be directed from time to time by the CEO.

Human Resources:

  • Overall responsibility for the human resource function of the Credit Union ensuring compliance with approved HR policies and procedures that fully conform to current legislation.
  • Lead, develop and motivate the team by managing the key objectives and performance of each team member through agreed KPI’s and ensuring half yearly appraisals and performance reviews are undertaken for the organisation. Report to the CEO with an analysis of the findings from the year end appraisals.
  • Provide support and training to staff to ensure the successful implementation of targets, goals and objectives from the strategic plan through positive engagement, coaching, acknowledgment, candid feedback and teamwork.
  • Promote a culture that reflects the Credit Union’s values and encourages good performance.
  • Manage specified personnel and deal with any HR issues that may arise.

    Minimum Criteria for the role:

    The ideal candidate will be committed to achieving high standards and should have:

  • Ideally have a Business or Finance related Degree at a minimum, preferably in business or management.
  • Proven track record of success over at least five years in a senior function, preferably within financial services, banking or credit union sectors, ideally in an operations position.
  • Have a minimum a QFA or equivalent qualification
  • Strong analytical and financial reporting expertise
  • Strong knowledge of Human Resources management and best practice.
  • Ability to assess, critically evaluate and interpret complex information and to identify key operational & HR risk drivers.
  • Excellent communication expertise together with the necessary interpersonal expertise for team working including information technology literacy
  • Logical thinking with capability to problem solve and to act decisively
  • Strong leadership abilities and the capability to motivate a team
  • Flexibility with an emphasis on delivery and growth with a proven track record of achieving business results.

Applications including CV and cover letter must be emailed to: jobs@thehrsuiteonline.com

The closing date for applications is 26th April 2019.

Cara Credit Union Ltd is an Equal Opportunities Employee

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Job Title: Head of Credit
Reporting To: CEO
Responsible for: Lending Department

Cara Credit Union is the largest community-based credit union in Munster, with over 43,000 local members. Headquartered in Tralee with offices in Castleisland and Killorglin, the organisation boasts total assets of €233 million with over €84 million loaned to members and employing 70 staff.

Cara Credit Union is embedded in the local community and our vision is to provide for the financial needs of members in a co-operative and professional manner. Our core mission is to enhance benefit and choice for our members through the range of financial services we offer, whilst continuing to lead and promote best practice in everything we do.

The credit union is providing an opportunity to join a dynamic and prosperous financial institution which is dedicated to delivering exceptional value and service to its members.

Principal responsibilities of the role:

The Head of Credit will be accountable to the CEO and have responsibility for directing the continued growth and efficient operation of Cara Credit Unions lending function.

The Head of Credit will focus on cultivating new partnerships, assessing lending related business opportunities, building a strong member-centric team, ensuring organisational readiness to implement new product offerings as well as successfully manage current lending programs.

The Head of Credit will be tasked with ensuring that department goals are achieved, all aspects of lending meet compliance standards and will lead efforts to deliver superior lending services to Cara members.

General

  • Overall responsibility for the lending function within the Credit Union.
  • Responsible for the day to day administration and the overall direction of the Lending department.
  • Involvement in the development and delivery of lending development goals and objectives.
  • Compliance with legislation, regulation and policies, particularly in the areas of lending and credit: to also include any breaches and exceptions to be reported monthly to the board.
  • Chair Credit Committee meetings.

Management

  • Serve as principal advisor to CEO and board of directors on all issues associated with lending strategies, personal, commercial (including Agri) and home loan lending.
  • Generate detailed monthly reports to CEO & Board of Directors.
  • As part of the credit union’s management team, participating in executive level discussions and in making recommendations regarding major policy decisions.
  • Annual review of all lending policies.
  • Attendance at Board meetings, as required.
  • Developing, recommending and implementing systems, controls and policies and procedures in line with regulatory requirements, credit union policies and targets.
  • To report to the CEO in a timely manner on any trends or deviations in the level of service or any other matter of concern.

Lending Development

  • Maximizing portfolio growth through effective planning, development, and implementation of lending strategies in line with the credit union’s strategic plan.
  • Reviewing existing and new client relationships for credit quality, structure and pricing.
  • Review and analysis of membership and common bond profiles to identify information gaps and potential lending opportunities.
  • Ensuring overall soundness of loan portfolio, with the ability to identify and develop long term strategies that will include initiatives such as portfolio mix, growth strategies, and market penetration objectives.
  • Promoting and developing new business for the credit union.
  • Annual review of Business lenders to include a review of discretions

Staff

  • Manage the key objectives and performance of each team member through agreed KPIs and half yearly performance reviews.
  • Provide support and training to staff to ensure the successful implementation of targets, goals and objectives from the strategic plan

The above list is not exhaustive and may be subject to change in line with the needs of the business.

Requirements:

  • At least 5-10 years’ experience in a similar role (lending and business development) in a financial or credit union environment.
  • As a minimum a QFA or equivalent qualification (or APA Loans designation).
  • A business or finance related degree is desirable.
  • Proven track record of achieving business results.
  • Strong credit analysis and underwriting experience.
  • Ability to assess, critically evaluate and interpret complex information and to identify key credit risk drivers.
  • An ability to lead, support and motivate staff.
  • Demonstrable Report writing skills.
  • Strong Inter-personal, communication and leadership skills.

Applications including CV and cover letter must be emailed to: jobs@thehrsuiteonline.com

The closing date for applications is 26th April 2019.

Cara Credit Union Ltd is an Equal Opportunities Employer

Garderner Maintenance Housekeeping

Camphill Community Dingle

Support Worker

 Camphill Community Dingle is currently seeking highly motivated people to fill Vacancies for Support Staff in our Community.

We currently have Relief positions Available to cover Sickness and Annual Leave

“Camphill Communities of Ireland work to create sustainable communities where children and adults of all abilities, many with special needs, can live, learn and work with others in healthy social relationships based on mutual care and respect.”

Job Purpose

To provide support to individuals supported by Camphill Community Dingle in a homely, safe, respectful, empathetic and person-centred manner, which facilitate people to live a life of their own choosing. Provide support to persons with intellectual disabilities in aspects of daily living, evening and night support needs, including personal care. To ensure the provision of a quality service, working in partnership with the person being supported, members of the Community and the person’s wider circle of support.

Job Description:

To support the smooth running of a community for adults with special needs, by being an integral part of a team creating a positive living experience, and an environment and atmosphere within the community in which the individual needs of people can be met.

This role will involve:

  • Working with and inducting volunteers in the practical aspects of their roles and coaching/modeling desired ways of working on an ongoing basis;
  • Creatively supporting people to develop and pursue their aims & goals and engage in their leisure interests as well as coaching and leading volunteers in appropriate ways to support people to achieve the same;
  • Delivering supports to individuals regarding personal and intimate care and ensuring that they are provided to the highest standard in a person-centered approach;
  • Creating a warm, homely and inviting home both atmosphere and appearance, conducive to the development of adults with special needs;
  • Ensuring that all issues in relation to health & safety, food, nutrition, cleanliness & hygiene, record keeping, keeping of proper accounts and compliance with Camphill’s policies and procedures are always met to the highest standards;
  • Engaging constructively with the Management Group and communicate any issues or concerns proactively;
  • Adhere to best practice and compliance with the National Standards for Residential Services for Adults with Disabilities.

Key Job Requirements Attributes and Qualifications:

Essential Attributes/Qualifications:

  • Minimum of FETAC level 5 in Health & Social Care or related qualification
  • Work experience in a related area such as personal attendant/carer, community development or social care and/or community regeneration;
  • An Understanding of HIQA Standards, Regulations and Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults National Policy
  • Experience in supporting people with disabilities
  • Excellent communication, people management and problem-solving skills, empathy and sensitivity to others
  • An openness to the Camphill Ethos and alternative models of Social Care
  • The ability to work collaboratively and motivate a team to enthusiastically support individuals
  • Energy and enthusiasm, be highly motivated, reliable and have a flexible approach to working hours
  • Full Clean Driving License is desirable
  • This post is subject to Garda vetting.

Hours: Up to 40 hours per week

Contract: Initial one-year period

Please direct all enquiries to admin.dingle@camphill.ie. Applications will be accepted by email to admin.dingle@camphill.ie with a covering letter of application and attached CV. Camphill is an equal opportunity employer.

Closing Date for applications will be
Friday 26th April 2019

Camphill Community Dingle

Social Care Worker

 Camphill Community Dingle is currently seeking highly motivated people to fill Vacancies for Social Care Workers in our Community.

We currently have Relief positions Available to cover Sickness and Annual Leave

“Camphill Communities of Ireland work to create sustainable communities where children and adults of all abilities, many with special needs, can live, learn and work with others in healthy social relationships based on mutual care and respect.”

Job Purpose

To provide support to individuals supported by Camphill Community Dingle in a homely, safe, respectful, empathetic and person-centred manner, which facilitate people to live a life of their own choosing. Provide support to persons with intellectual disabilities in aspects of daily living, evening and night support needs, including personal care. To ensure the provision of a quality service, working in partnership with the person being supported, members of the Community and the person’s wider circle of support.

Job Description:

To support the smooth running of a community for adults with special needs, by being an integral part of a team creating a positive living experience, and an environment and atmosphere within the community in which the individual needs of people can be met.

This role will involve:

  • Working with and inducting volunteers in the practical aspects of their roles and coaching/modeling desired ways of working on an ongoing basis;
  • Creatively supporting people to develop and pursue their aims & goals and engage in their leisure interests as well as coaching and leading volunteers in appropriate ways to support people to achieve the same;
  • Delivering supports to individuals regarding personal and intimate care and ensuring that they are provided to the highest standard in a person-centered approach;
  • Creating a warm, homely and inviting home both atmosphere and appearance, conducive to the development of adults with special needs;
  • Ensuring that all issues in relation to health & safety, food, nutrition, cleanliness & hygiene, record keeping, keeping of proper accounts and compliance with Camphill’s policies and procedures are always met to the highest standards;
  • Engaging constructively with the Management Group and communicate any issues or concerns proactively;
  • Adhere to best practice and compliance with the National Standards for Residential Services for Adults with Disabilities.

Key Job Requirements Attributes and Qualifications:

Essential Attributes/Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Arts in Applied Social Studies/Social Care or equivalent.
  • Work experience in a related area such as personal attendant/carer, community development or social care and/or community regeneration;
  • An Understanding of HIQA Standards, Regulations and Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults National Policy
  • Experience in supporting people with disabilities
  • Excellent communication, people management and problem-solving skills, empathy and sensitivity to others
  • An openness to the Camphill Ethos and alternative models of Social Care
  • The ability to work collaboratively and motivate a team to enthusiastically support individuals
  • Energy and enthusiasm, be highly motivated, reliable and have a flexible approach to working hours
  • Full Clean Driving License is desirable
  • This post is subject to Garda vetting

Hours: Up to 40 hours per week

Contract: Initial one-year period

Please direct all enquiries to admin.dingle@camphill.ie. Applications will be accepted by email to admin.dingle@camphill.ie with a covering letter of application and attached CV. Camphill is an equal opportunity employer.

Closing Date for applications will be
Friday 26th April 2019

Community Employment Schemes

THE POSITION IS COMMUNITY EMPLOYMENT & SUBJECT TO DEASP GUIDELINES

HOURS: 19.5 PER WEEK –

PAY RATE: SUBJECT TO PAYMENT EACH INDIVIDUAL IS RECEIVING AT PRESENT & SET BY DEASP

Position: Gym & Fitness Instructor

Start Date: April 22/29th Subject to DEASP Funding & Garda Clearance approval – TBC

Duties: To coach clients through various health, fitness and wellbeing programmes.

Instruction of small to large group fitness classes.

To modify client behavior programme based on data from wearable technologies.

Administration and Reception duties

Training will be provided by Listowel Community Centre and support given in the role.  A Healthcare qualification in gym instruction will be provided subject to funding being approved.   Some experience in the area would be an advantage.  Would need to be actively training and have a keen interest in health, fitness and wellbeing.

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Caretaker/Environmental – John Mitchels GAA 2106734

Duties will include: office reception duties, caretaking of the complex, lining of pitches and maintenance of grounds. Location: John Mitchel’s GAA

Please contact your local DEASP Employment Services/Intreo Office to check your eligibility and to apply for this vacancy. Vacancy Reference Number will be required. Eligibility to participate on CE is generally linked to those who are 21 years or over and applicants must also be in receipt of a qualifying Irish social welfare payment for 1 year or more.

Community Employment Schemes

THE POSITION IS COMMUNITY EMPLOYMENT & SUBJECT TO DEASP GUIDELINES

HOURS: 19.5 PER WEEK

 

PAY RATE: SUBJECT TO PAYMENT EACH INDIVIDUAL IS RECEIVING AT PRESENT & SET BY DEASP

Position:  Sound, Lighting & Audio Visual Technician Start Date: April 29th – Subject to DEASP Funding & Garda Clearance approval – TBC

Include General Maintenance duties, reporting to the Theatre Manager

Duties: Sound, Lighting & Audio Visual Skills, General set up and maintenance of the theatre and centre.  Work with the Centre Manager & Staff to provide support and service to the Centre users.

Required CV & PPS No to listowelceproject@eircom.net OR stjohnstheatre@eircom.net

(CE Positions)
1. Secretary – positions:
1.1. Position in The Redeemed Church of God, Tralee
1.2 position in the St. Vincent de Paul – Friary Lane, Tralee
Duties in both: general office duties, answering phone, making appointments.

2. Shop Assistant – 1 position at St. Vincent de Paul Charity shop – Friary Lane, Tralee.
Duties: till operations, stocking shelves, cleaning shopping area.

3. Maintenance Worker – 1 position at St. Brendan’s pastoral Centre – Tralee.
Duties: maintenance of the St. Brendan’s Pastoral Centre and surrounding area.

All these positions require PPS for checking the eligibility of the person.

Part-time Creative Work Project
Cumann Iosaef, Balloonagh, Tralee

CES-2109062 –  Receptionist / Secretary – NEWKD

Duties to include; answering telephone, taking messages, logging and transferring calls, meeting and greeting members of the public, dealing with client queries, typing, photocopying, general office duties as required.  Knowledge of Microsoft Office.  Please send CV to Sheila Cronin, CE Supervisor, NEWKD, Aras an Phobail, Deans Lane, Tralee, Co Kerry.  Email:  sheilacronin@newkd.ie

Sports Ground Worker – CE Scheme – St. Brendan’s Park/Dynamos/KDL Football Club Ltd
Ref: #CES-2109128

No of positions: 1

Mounthawk, Mounthawk Kerry, Ireland

This is a development opportunity, no experience necessary. Accredited training will be provided to support your career.

Duties to include maintaining and up keeping of soccer pitches and clubhouse. Training will be provided to upgrade skills of participant. Start date: 23/04/2019.

Get a head start and improve your Job Seeking Skills on CV, Cover Letter, Application Forms and Interview Techniques etc.

We provide in-depth training to support you in your Job Search.

Dates of sessions Listowel 22.04.19 to 17.05.19 4 Weeks

Tarbert/Moyvane 27.05.19 to 21.06.19 4 Weeks

Listowel 24.06.19 to 26.07.19 4 Weeks

To book a place or find out more information about these sessions please contact:

Tina O’Connor 068 24981/24982 Sandra Noel 068 24981/24982

tinaoconnor@newkd.ie sandranoel@newkd.ie

Find us on Facebook @Listowel Jobs Club

Location: 20 Upper William Street (The Old Post Office) Listowel

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FREE JOB SEEKING SKILLS COURSE

10a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday to Friday

Expense Allowance €20 paid for every 5 days attended