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Sign Language Interpreting Service: Quality Development Officer
Full Time Position
Dublin 7

About them:

Sign Language Interpreting Service (SLIS) is the national Sign Language Interpreting Service for Ireland. Established in 2007, SLIS is supported and funded through the Citizens Information Board.

The mission of SLIS is to ensure Deaf people can live as full and equal citizens. We achieve this by promoting, and advocating for the availability of quality interpretation services to Deaf people and service providers in Ireland.

 

About this role:

The Quality Development Officer will plan and develop a quality assurance and registration scheme for Irish Sign Language (ISL) interpreters in Ireland.  Working with key stakeholders, the successful candidate will undertake research and will advise on/assist with the development and delivery of a national registration scheme, and associated quality measures, including continuous professional development and training for sign language interpreters.

Alison - SEO Analyst
Full Time Position
Galway

About them:

Alison was founded in Galway in 2007 and has grown organically to become a major force in free online education and skills training. Today, with more than 12 million learners in 195 countries, Alison is changing how the world learns and up-skills. They are committed to equality and access to education and skills training irrespective of gender, geography, economic status or any other barriers that can so often stunt potential. They offer a range of free courses that meet the many diverse needs of their learners. The UN declared in Article 26 of the 1946 Declaration of Human Rights that “Education shall be free…”. This statement has always inspired them. Alison is free of charge to you. It’s still a business – albeit a socially-focused one. They are a social enterprise making their money through advertising, merchandise, and the sale of Certificates and Diplomas, should a graduate choose to buy one.

 

What they say about this role:

Would like to join an energetic team of professionals changing the world one learner at a time through free education? At Alison, we are ambitious about what we can do and the impact we can make. It’s a hard-working and driven workplace; a fast-growing, dynamic environment ideal for anyone seeking to get ahead in their career, yet at the same time, satisfying that urge we all have to make a real impact in others people’s lives through our work.

Our strong growth means we are always looking for exceptional talented individuals to join our team. If you believe in education as a power for good, Alison can give you the opportunity to use your skills in a way that really matters.

Alison seeks to grow its Business Analytics team who are responsible for developing and analysing various reports and processes within the business, bringing added value and drive to Alison’s projects and operations. Business Analysts troubleshoot problems and provide solutions by identifying, distinguishing and analysing multiple trends and components of a problem, challenge, or opportunity, and then make conclusions and/or recommendations using high-level quantitative skills. Analysts are required for the following functions:

  1. Publishing
  2. Financial Planning
  3. Operations Management
  4. Advertising Yield Management
  5. Special Projects
Alison - PPC Analyst / Advertising Manager
Full Time Position
Galway

About them:

Alison was founded in Galway in 2007 and has grown organically to become a major force in free online education and skills training. Today, with more than 12 million learners in 195 countries, Alison is changing how the world learns and up-skills. They are committed to equality and access to education and skills training irrespective of gender, geography, economic status or any other barriers that can so often stunt potential. They offer a range of free courses that meet the many diverse needs of their learners. The UN declared in Article 26 of the 1946 Declaration of Human Rights that “Education shall be free…”. This statement has always inspired them. Alison is free of charge to you. It’s still a business – albeit a socially-focused one. They are a social enterprise making their money through advertising, merchandise, and the sale of Certificates and Diplomas, should a graduate choose to buy one.

 

What they say about this role:

Would like to join an energetic team of professionals changing the world one learner at a time through free education? At Alison, we are ambitious about what we can do and the impact we can make. It’s a hard-working and driven workplace; a fast-growing, dynamic environment ideal for anyone seeking to get ahead in their career, yet at the same time, satisfying that urge we all have to make a real impact in others people’s lives through our work.

Our strong growth means we are always looking for exceptional talented individuals to join our team. If you believe in education as a power for good, Alison can give you the opportunity to use your skills in a way that really matters.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a rapidly expanding online company with a global presence, directly contributing to growth. You should be passionate about numbers and data analysis, with strong attention to detail and accuracy. You will have the ability to quickly understand and support new initiatives that will contribute to the success of Alison.

Alison - Back End Web Developer
Full Time Position
Galway

About them:

Alison was founded in Galway in 2007 and has grown organically to become a major force in free online education and skills training. Today, with more than 12 million learners in 195 countries, Alison is changing how the world learns and up-skills. They are committed to equality and access to education and skills training irrespective of gender, geography, economic status or any other barriers that can so often stunt potential. They offer a range of free courses that meet the many diverse needs of their learners. The UN declared in Article 26 of the 1946 Declaration of Human Rights that “Education shall be free…”. This statement has always inspired them. Alison is free of charge to you. It’s still a business – albeit a socially-focused one. They are a social enterprise making their money through advertising, merchandise, and the sale of Certificates and Diplomas, should a graduate choose to buy one.

 

What they say about this role:

Would like to join an energetic team of professionals changing the world one learner at a time through free education? At Alison, we are ambitious about what we can do and the impact we can make. It’s a hard-working and driven workplace; a fast-growing, dynamic environment ideal for anyone seeking to get ahead in their career, yet at the same time, satisfying that urge we all have to make a real impact in others people’s lives through our work.

Our strong growth means we are always looking for exceptional talented individuals to join our team. If you believe in education as a power for good, Alison can give you the opportunity to use your skills in a way that really matters.

The ideal candidate for this role will have full stack development knowledge, with solid experience in PHP and MySQL, and broad experience in system design and architecture. The successful candidate will be responsible for leading architecture and design of a global high traffic platform built on Laravel/PHP, run with Linux on AWS. 

National Disability Authority - Temporary Research Officer
Part Time Position
Dublin 4

About them:

The National Disability Authority is the independent statutory public body providing information and advice to the Government on policy and practice relevant to the lives of persons with disabilities. It also operates a statutory Centre for Excellence in Universal Design. The Authority is recruiting for the following position in its Research & Policy team:

 

What they say about this role:

The key tasks for the post-holder will be to assist in the review and analysis of profiles of approximately 1,400 applicants for HSE-funded Adult Day Service places across 9 Community Health Organisation (CHO) areas. In the first instance, the post-holder will assist in providing advice and information as needed to personnel conducting the profiling as it progresses. Once profiles have been completed, the post-holder will analyse them for the purposes of quality control, and for identification of anomalies, trends, and other points of interest. The post-holder may also be required to collaborate on other research projects underway to inform the transformation of disability health and social care services.

Grow It Yourself - Kitchen staff
Full Time Position
Waterford City

About Them:

GIY is a not for profit social enterprise helping people to grow some of their own food at home, at work, at school and in the community.  Along with their amazing partners, this year they are supporting over 500,000 people and 8,000 community food groups in the UK and Ireland. Visit the home of the GIY movement (and base for the TV show GROW COOK EAT), GROW HQ in Waterford.  They want to inspire and empower you to start growing some of your own food. Why not share the joy of growing with people in your local community by starting or joining a local GIY group or project. In 2017 they supported over half a million people and 8,500 groups. The movement is getting bigger…

 

What they say about this role:

Join the award winning team in GROW HQ, where we create amazing dishes from the great food, grown 111 paces from the kitchen.  There are no barriers between where food is grown, cooked and eaten, and you will be at the heart of it. The restaurant at HQ has won multiple awards since opening for the quality of the food and the ethos under which we operate. It is our face, our voice and our personality. Every day we hear great feedback from our visitors about what a pleasure our staff are to deal with, how knowledgeable they are about the food they serve and how fantastic the service is. 

Every member of the team at GROW HQ are about the mission — starting new conversations about food with our customers and visitors, and generally living the dream.  With thanks to the hard work of that team, we have been honoured to receive a Best Kids Size Me in Munster 2018, National Food Hero award 2017 at the Irish Restaurant Awards, and the Farm to Plate Award at the 2017 Food & Wine Awards.  Our brand new TV series GROW COOK EAT, which is filmed at GROW HQ, was aired on RTE 1 from March to May.  

These are exciting (and busy) times, so if you feel you would love to be part of our team, get in touch!

Irish Cancer Society - National Campaigns Officer
Full Time Position
Dublin 4

About Them: 

By 2020, 1 in 2 of us will receive a cancer diagnosis in our lifetime. The Irish Cancer Society is working to stop this. By investing in cancer research and providing care and support to people affected by cancer, the Irish Cancer Society is stopping cancer in its tracks. Through research we are finding out more and more about how to diagnose, treat and how to stop cancer before its starts. By providing information, advice and support we are supporting people through their cancer experience and helping to reduce the fear of a cancer diagnosis. 

 

What they say about this role:

The main points about this role are 

  • Develop, deliver and market Challenge Events to meet revenue goals.
  • Assist in Developing, delivering and marketing National Campaigns events to meet revenue goals.
  • Identify, create and deliver new and dynamic fundraising streams and campaigns.
Grow It Yourself - Cafe/restaurant staff
Full Time Position
Waterford City

About Them:

GIY is a not for profit social enterprise helping people to grow some of their own food at home, at work, at school and in the community.  Along with their amazing partners, this year they are supporting over 500,000 people and 8,000 community food groups in the UK and Ireland. Visit the home of the GIY movement (and base for the TV show GROW COOK EAT), GROW HQ in Waterford.  They want to inspire and empower you to start growing some of your own food. Why not share the joy of growing with people in your local community by starting or joining a local GIY group or project. In 2017 they supported over half a million people and 8,500 groups. The movement is getting bigger…

 

What they say about this role:

The restaurant at HQ has won multiple awards since opening for the quality of the food and the ethos under which we operate. It is our face, our voice and our personality. Every day we hear great feedback from our visitors about what a pleasure our staff are to deal with, how knowledgeable they are about the food they serve and how fantastic the service is. 

Every member of the team at GROW HQ are about the mission — starting new conversations about food with our customers and visitors, and generally living the dream.  With thanks to the hard work of that team, we have been honoured to receive a Best Kids Size Me in Munster 2018, National Food Hero award 2017 at the Irish Restaurant Awards, and the Farm to Plate Award at the 2017 Food & Wine Awards.  Our brand new TV series GROW COOK EAT, which is filmed at GROW HQ, was aired on RTE 1 from March to May.  

These are exciting (and busy) times, so if you feel you would love to be part of our team, get in touch!

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