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Child Health Worker
Due to expansion, Bangor Sure Start requires a; Child Health Worker (Ref: F/CHW/D/211) 16 hours per week £9.20 per hour plus mileage Monday – Saturday Temporary with possibility of being made permanent Job Purpose: The role will be to provide Health and Well-Being services, in a sensitive and non-discriminatory manner, to parents and families with children 0 – 4 years living within the Bangor Sure Start catchment area including the temporary expansion of services into Donaghadee South 1. Essential Criteria: QCF Level 3 in Child Care, Education, Early Years 5 GCSE’s, including English Language and Mathematics at grade C or above One year’s paid employment / unpaid experience working with children and families Full and current driving license, valid in the UK, with access to a car Ability to maintain confidentiality and a sensitive approach to people in need Desirable Criteria: Experience of working with families both antenatal and postnatal Application: For more information, or a full job description/person specification, please contact the Human Resources Department Tel: (028) 90 325 835 or email: email@example.com Application packs are downloadable from https://bryson.getgotjobs.co.uk/home, where there is also the option to apply online. Closing date for receipt of completed applications is Sunday 15th August 2021 at 9pm
Support Worker Ref: 21-101-SW-CROFT-WEB Croft Communities provide residential support to adults with learning disabilities. The Support Worker is part of the Croft Communities team and the main purpose of their role is to provide care to the service users to enable them to live happy and fulfilled lives reaching their full potential within their local community. The Support Worker would assist service users with activities of daily living and facilitate inclusion of service users in a broad range of activities. The role requires participation in the delivery of person-centred care, including personal care and promotion of a team approach at all times with positive and constructive working relationships for the benefit of the service user. Support Workers are required to work flexibly and be available to work unsocial hours and public holidays on a rotational basis. Hours: 30 hours per week Salary: £9.05 per hour Contract: Permanent Location: Mayne House, 71 Bloomfield Rd, Bangor BT20 4UR Essential: Closing Date: 12th August 2021 Expected Interview Date: TBC Apply online at: https://cedar-foundation.getgotjobs.co.uk/registerJob/4ab35429-1ab5-4200-8bb4-57787161744e CROFT COMMUNITIES IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER
Information Technology Support Engineer
JOB TITLE: Information Technology Support Engineer GRADE: £42,685 - £45,218 per annum (Manager A Scale) REPORTS TO: Corporate Services Director SUMMARY OF JOB: InterTradeIreland is seeking a suitably qualified IT Support Engineer, based in Newry, NI, to oversee and manage the ongoing development of our Information Technology (IT) infrastructure to support the organisation. This person will have a critical role in the organisation’s digitisation strategy and projects and will develop and implement IT/digital solutions to enhance the integration of key business functions. This exciting role involves enhancement and maintenance of our IT systems and business processes, resolving IT data and business system issues onsite and promoting functionality, IT network security and integrity of the IT systems and data, working closely with our external IT provider. This is an opportunity to work for an organisation that values your input, promotes development opportunities and has flexible working arrangements. KEY DUTIES RESPONSIBILITIES: Experience and ability to manage and implement policies and procedures relating to the maintenance of a business premises. Full details including key duties and responsibilities, essential and desirable criteria, person specification and application form are available from the website. https://intertradeireland.com/careers/information-technology-support-engineer
JOB TITLE: Project Manager DIRECTORATE: Operations DURATION: Fixed Term (to 30 September 2023) GRADE: £38,491 - £40,033 per annum (Manager B Scale) REPORTS TO: InterTradeIreland Manager SUMMARY OF JOB: Reporting to an InterTradeIreland Manager you will be working as part of a team to lead and give support on InterTradeIreland’s projects and activities. You will form part of the wider InterTradeIreland team contributing to the organisation’s corporate requirements. KEY DUTIES RESPONSIBILITIES: Full details including key duties and responsibilities, essential and desirable criteria, person specification and application form are available from the website. https://intertradeireland.com/careers/project-manager
Mobile Cleaning Operative
CLEANING OPERATIVE Location – Carryduff/Ballynahinch/Crossgar/Downpatrick/Ardglass/Newcastle Hours of work – 15 per week Days of Work – Various Hourly rate – £10 Experience in a similar role essential. The main purpose of the role for the cleaning operative is to ensure that their allocated area is cleaned to the required specification whilst adhering to defined procedures and health and safety regulations. Duties to include but not limited to: Maintaining your area of work to the highest standard. Vacuuming. Polishing. Sweeping. Collection and removal of waste. Cleaning washroom areas. Mopping. Use of rotary and scrubber drier machinery Robinson Services is an equal opportunities employer Please note that some of our roles may be subject to appropriate Access NI clearance
Administrative Assistant, Business Services
The post holder will provide administrative support to the Administration Systems Manager and Business Services team.
Family / Additional Needs Support Worker
Bryson Family Services require a; Family / Additional Needs Support Worker (Ref: F/FANSW/D/20) 16 hours per week £9.20 per hour plus mileage Monday – Saturday Temporary until 31st March 2022 Possibility of being made permanent Bangor Sure Start Job Purpose: Bangor Sure Start aims to provide a support service to Tier 2 families living under stress, offering practical and emotional support to enable families to manage their daily lives with increased confidence and independence. Essential Criteria: Application: For more information, or a full job description/person specification, please contact the Human Resources Department Tel: (028) 90 325 835 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Application packs are downloadable from https://bryson.getgotjobs.co.uk/home, where there is also the option to apply online. Closing date for receipt of completed applications is Sunday 8th August 2021 at midnight. Bryson Charitable Group is an equal opportunities employer. The Bryson Group is a leading social enterprise tackling major social and economic challenges.
Fane Valley Feeds is one of the largest feed companies in Northern Ireland with manufacturing facilities in Omagh and Newry. With one of the most modern animal feeds mills in Europe, Fane Valley Feeds is committed to producing the highest quality feeds for our customers. We now invite applications for the following position based from our animal feed mill in Omagh. Bulk Lorry Driver Ref: FVF/D/07/21 It is essential that all applicants have: All applicants are expected to have a good standard of education with the ability to complete accurate documentation, have a clean and tidy appearance and good communication skills. Normal working pattern is Monday to Friday with flexibility to work weekends if required. Starting times vary depending on the route deliveries and will involve early morning starts. To request an application form please contact the HR Department at Fane Valley. Email: email@example.com, Tel: (028) 92 610480 or apply directly through our Get Got portal at https://fanevalley.getgotjobs.co.uk Closing date for receipt of applications is 5.00pm on Friday 13th August 2021. Fane Valley Feeds is an equal opportunity employer
Head Of Quality And Pedagogy
The postholder will be responsible for the planning, implementation, assurance and audit of the Quality Improvement Unit processes within the Southern Regional College. The role will be in accordance with the vision of establishing the College as a key centre for professional and technical skills training and education. A Quality and Pedagogy Unit has been established to drive self-evaluation and quality improvement processes throughout the College. Central to this is the quality improvement planning process based on self-evaluation in both curriculum and support areas. The post holder will play a primary role in the design and implementation of self-evaluation and quality improvement processes within the College to ensure the development of the annual SRC Evidence Based Self Evaluation Report and Quality Improvement Plan (QIP). The post holder will be required to manage the development and implementation of appropriate support interventions for individual lecturers and course teams where areas of improvement in teaching and learning have been identified. They will lead the curriculum management teams to further develop and embed Project Based Learning (PBL) and Information Learning Technologies (ILT). This is a full time permanent position. Closing date for applications is Friday 6th August at 4pm.
Job Title: Sales Consultant Contract Type: Permanent Contracted Hours: Full & Part-Time Hours Considered Location: Bangor Salary: OTE £25,000 - £35,000 (pro-rata, per annum, uncapped earning potential). A bit about Dreams & Sofatime... Our mission is to be the first choice for beds & sofas in Ireland; to make every customer experience with us exceptional. That's what makes us different! You can expect a fun, challenging and rewarding environment where everyone works together as one team. In return, we offer you uncapped earning potential (the salary and OTE are extremely competitive). There are a host of other benefits including a generous staff discount scheme and pension scheme. Whether you join us as a Sales Consultant or Manager part time or full time, we'll invest in you. Your Branch Manager will make sure you have best possible start to your career with us. There are also great opportunities to progress. Your New Role Bringing together a passion for customers and the determination to recommending & selling our outstanding product range, you will take personal responsibility for: •Providing every customer with an exceptional in store experience. •Taking the time to get to know and understand each customers needs. •Fully involved in store layout plans and changes, your ideas can make a valued difference. To succeed in this role... •The ideal candidate will have experience in a sales led environment. •You will be self-motivated ideally with a proven track record in sales. •You’ll have passion, enthusiasm and the ability to have fun whilst delivering an exceptional customer experience. •Previous furniture retail experience is desirable but not essential. The successful candidate will be required to work weekend and bank holidays and some evenings. *Please note the closing date may change if the company have received a suitable number of applications.