Chief Executive Officer

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Diving Ireland is the national governing body for recreational underwater sports in Ireland. We were founded in 1963 to organise and promote sport scuba diving and snorkelling. Diving Ireland has grown since then to incorporate over 63 clubs around the Country. Diving Ireland courses are ISO accredited and use the CMAS standards. The Diving Ireland instructor training programme is integrated with the Sport Ireland adventure sport instructor framework. Diving Ireland is the only diver training organisation integrated with the Sport Ireland instructor training programme.

We are now in a position to appoint a CEO to run the organisation on a day-to-day basis.

THE POSITION

As Chief Executive Officer, you will lead the organisation and be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day management of Diving Ireland. You will be accountable to the Board, as you drive the organisation forward by reviewing the current Strategic Plan and developing a new plan to continue the growth of the organisation

As CEO, you will be expected to understand member’s needs, while having the ability to manage a complex portfolio of organisational responsibilities, including commercial and strategic priorities, operational effectiveness, stakeholder management, communications, and financial/governance controls.

To be considered for this role you will need to be a strong leader, with excellent stakeholder management capabilities.

How to Apply

A full role description is available on request from our recruitment partner Ascension Executive Recruitment – , 086 8505107.

Interested candidates should send their curriculum vitae and letter of application to no later than 5pm on Friday 1st July 2022

Systems Analyst

This role is responsible for supporting Compliance efforts for business entities, departments, and teams operating in North America and Globally. The role is an individual contributor role for managing IT risk & compliance activities within the global IT organization. This individual will be responsible for conducting Compliance Initiatives, risk management related activities such as coordination with Stakeholders to identify, assess, manage, and report respective issues or risks etc. in partnership with SOX, Internal Audit, SOC 1 and customer auditors / assessors. This individual will report to the Global IT Snr Manager

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Conduct Compliance review by monitoring, evaluating, validating, and documenting results related to IT and business processes, application and or systems
  • Partner with IT and Business stakeholders to remediate IT Issues, SOX, SOC1 or Internal/External Audit Issues
  • Monitor and track results of assessments and effective implementation of mitigation plans
  • Assist with development and implementation of policies, standards, and training and awareness educational efforts
  • Proactive involvement in creating awareness of IT Risk and Compliance programs across the organization
  • Work closely with cross-functional teams (internal audit, customer sales and support, finance, etc.) to support other IT compliance activities
  • As applicable, work with teams on compliance efforts with Customer contractual requirements
  • As applicable, work with customer-facing teams to ensure the organization does not commit to unreasonable or burdensome contractual requirements
  • Ensure continuous alignment of IT Compliance management activity with the Enterprise risk management strategy and requirements of the Global IT organization.
  • Develop, maintain, and present reports, KPIs, KRIs, scorecard and Dashboards to senior management
  • Help build a more compliance and risk-aware culture

MINIMUM QUALFICATIONS:

  • Minimum of 3 years of experience in Compliance, Risk or IT
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience with Microsoft Office Suite (Visio, Word, Project, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in providing business analysis for financial and human resource systems
  • Risk and Compliance Certification (required)
  • Ability to support EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Asia timezones)

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS:

  • Excellent analytical and organizational skills
  • Excellent understanding of business objectives and goals
  • Excellent interpersonal/communication and presentation skills
  • Ability to work independently with limited supervision
  • Ability to work effectively in a constant changing environment
  • Ability to collaborate and partner with IT and business stakeholder

High Performance Director – Hockey Ireland

HOCKEY IRELAND

High-Performance Director

Hockey Ireland is a non-profit, membership-based organisation recognised by Sport Ireland and Sport Northern Ireland as the National Governing Body for all Field and Indoor disciplines of the sport on the island of Ireland.

Hockey Ireland is affiliated to both the European and International Hockey Federations (EHF & FIH).

There is currently c.42,000 registered members and c.155-160 registered clubs throughout the country.

Hockey Ireland is now looking to appoint a High-Performance Director based at Hockey Ireland Headquarters in UCD and at the Sport Ireland Campus at Abbotstown.

THE POSITION

The High-Performance Director has overall responsibility for the strategic development and success of the Hockey Ireland High Performance Programme on the World Stage and to put systems in place to ensure its sustainability.

ESSENTIAL – Qualifications and Experience

  • Evidence of significant experience (breadth and depth) of working at an organisational level (not personal level) at World class/Olympic level and an understanding of the business environment.
  • Full, valid driving licence.

Leading the Culture for Success:

  • A recognised formal coaching qualification.
  • Experience of leading and managing teams and coaching athletes in a high-performance environment,
  • Significant in-depth knowledge of the sport and coaching techniques in a high-performance environment.

Establishing an Approach and Achieving Results:

  • Ability to develop and implement sport strategies, systems and processes to deliver outstanding results.
  • Experience of delivering within financial budgets.

Enabling the Optimal Environment (for Organisational and Personal Development):

  • Excellent communications (verbal and written) including report writing and excellent PC/IT skills (word, excel, PowerPoint etc).

Strengthening Relationships and Working Together for Success:

  • Experience of developing strong and sustainable relationships to further the interests of the organisation and sport within a complex ‘political’ environment. Ability to manage to positively influence and manage media relations.
  • An ability to connect all stakeholders to the organisation’s values and vision in relation to High Performance Hockey.

How to Apply

A full role description is available on request from our recruitment partner Ascension Executive Recruitment –

Interested candidates should send their curriculum vitae and letter of application to no later than 5pm on Friday 24th June 2022

Community Services Area Manager

Community Services Area Manager – Dublin Region

My client is a registered charity operating through a number of Resource Centres throughout the country. The aim is to limit the impact of deafness and hearing loss through the provision of Advice & Information, Care Services and Assistive Technology. The Area Manager will be responsible for managing the services and day to day operations of the Resource Centres in their designated area.

The Area covered by this role is Dublin. Reporting to the Director of Community Services, the Area Manager’s role is responsible to deliver high quality and impactful services and provide strong leadership to a team of approximately 12 staff across three Resource Centres.

The role will require

1. Strong people management and leadership skills.

2. An ability to develop, implement and oversee good systems, processes, and procedures that deliver high quality services.

3. Great communication skills to ensure each location and head office are well connected.

4. On-site presence for each centre (estimated 2-3 days travel per week).

5. Passion for great customer service.

* Effectively manage all enquiries to ensure a client’s pathway is effective and as seamless as possible.

* Oversee the provision of both 1:1 and Group support services

* Management of the head office function of. This will include overseeing the sales order processes, product purchasing & stock control, management client enquiries & requests and the product delivery and installation process.

* Within the Dublin area ensure that individual clients technology needs are met through proactive, client-led services, overseeing assessments and sales in both clients’ home or through Resource Centres.

Leadership & Staff Management

* Oversee the work and performance of approximately 15 staff across multiple locations through effective 1:1 relationships, regular performance reviews and team meetings.

* Manage the Training & Development requirements for all staff. Maintenance & Promotion of Resource Centres

* Effectively manage all local promotion of the Resource Centres and services, in collaboration with the Marketing Manager.

* Effectively manage the upkeep and presentation of each Resource Centre to ensure they are presented to a high standard.

* To ensure Health & Safety requirements are met in all locations.

* Manage the refurbishment of Resource Centres.

Administration

* Management of all paperwork required to be maintained for the smooth running of each office including petty cash, sales records, purchase orders, fundraising records, GDPR management.

* Ensuring that client records kept on the organisation’s CRM, Salesforce and Sage, are accurate and up to date.

* Management of the referral system for each location. This includes the record keeping and allocation of referrals.

* Management of appointments for Assistive Technology Services.

* Stock Management including purchasing and stocktakes. Other Key Elements of the Area Manager Role

* Ensure excellent working relationships with all stakeholders including

* Work with Senior Management to establish methods of obtaining client feedback and using the feedback to constructively develop the service. Overseeing the Mystery Shopper and NPS programmes for the area.

* Ensure that all statutory requirements of the organisation are met including HSE Returns and SLAs, all HSE operational reporting requirements.

* Ensure the organisation maintains high quality services through service evaluations and clients experience initiatives.

* Ensure the organisation seeks to provide a value for money and effective service offering to stakeholders and oversee the financial performance of each location.

* Provide accurate and timely reports as required.

* Preparation of funding applications where required to Statutory and Non-Statutory bodies.

* Identify and analyse any unmet demand and prepare responses to meet that need. Education, Qualifications & Experience

* Relevant University degree or college diploma.

* 3 to 5 years’ experience in a similar role. Location The main location for the role will be Dublin based. However, a key element of the role will be the on-site presence of the Area Manager in the locations under their management.

HR Generalist/Talent Management

Main Responsibilities:

HR Service Delivery

  • To provide a HR service to the organization to include:
    • End-to end Talent Management including recruitment and selection,
    • managing joiners and leaver processes
    • administering the performance management system
    • probation process
    • payroll administration
    • general administration of the benefit schemes in operation for staff e.g. Pension, Travel Taxsaver, Bike to Work Scheme
  • Manage the HR work related to services/HR functional work for which the HR Generalist is responsible for , including provision of a seamless talent management service
  • To provide support and advice in line with best practice to all levels of staff on organisational policies and procedures including employee handbook
  • Work closely with the HR Business Partner to prepare, develop and administrate HR company policies and procedures
  • Manage all aspects of time and attendance, including sick and annual leave providing advice and support to staff at all levels for the same
  • Responsible for developing/maintaining a comprehensive system of HR records on Salesforce and to provide information/reports from the system as required; To participate in the development and implementation of the HR system requirements
  • To deal with the day-to-day queries that arise relating to e.g. terms and conditions, entitlement to leave, etc.
  • To research, prepare and maintain all relevant HR Metrics for the HR Department
  • To follow up all fixed term/specified/temporary staff contracts in relation to the renewal of such contracts
  • To work with the HR team in taking responsibility for delivery the HR Operations action plan
  • Work closely with HR Manager and HR Business Partner to ensure consistent service delivery at all times
  • Constantly consider ways of adding value or improving processes and the work that HR delivers
  • Supervise interns, work experience placements, graduates who are assigned to the HR Department.

Recruitment

  • To provide administrative support in relation to the recruitment and selection process from advertising to appointment of staff in accordance with HR Polices & Procedures

Employee Relations

  • To provide support to the HR Business Partner with regards to grievance and disciplinary issues and procedures
  • To lead and manage grievance and discipline issues in line with company policy during periods of high-volume case load

Induction

  • To continually develop an effective induction programme for new starters to incorporate company introduction, systems training and the develop of manuals to aid induction
  • Delivery of HR induction to new employee

Training and Development

  • To support the HR Business Partner with all matters related to training and development of Supervisors and Team Leaders with regards to HR policies and procedures.

HR Initiatives

  • To undertake best practice HR projects either independently or with the HR Business Partner

Health and Safety

  • To provide administrative support on all matters related to Health & Safety in the organization
  • To observe all company and statutory Health & Safety regulations reporting any risks or hazards which affect individual or group health and safety.

PERSON SPECIFICATION

The ideal candidate for this post will have:

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Be a performance driven individual who works well within a team setting
  • Has the ability to view Human Resources in the wider organizational context
  • Strong interpersonal and communications skills with the ability to influence people at all levels
  • Proven ability to provide a HR Service to staff at all levels within the realms of HR Knowledge, Experience and Employment Law
  • Ability to manage high workloads and conflicting priorities
  • Very organized, detail oriented, focused on execution with a high sense of urgency
  • The ability to develop and maintain relationships with staff members at all levels
  • Strong IT Skills, Microsoft Skills, Knowledge of HR Salesforce System would be advantage.
  • Experience of working across different services/departments with the ability to adapt to changing environments would be an advantage
  • As some of our locations are based outside Dublin, a full clean driving licence is required.

Education and Experience

  • Relevant third level qualification in HR
  • CIPD membership or working towards
  • Minimum of 1 year HR Generalist experience essential
  • Experience of IR and a thorough knowledge of Employment Legislation and its application is essential

HR Systems Officer

Main Duties/Responsibilities

  • Maximise the use of technology to deliver effective services and ensure continuous improvements in the HR department.
  • Update and maintain the HR systems including employee files and schemes to ensure accuracy on an ongoing basis.
  • Working with the team to build and maintain the capacity of the HR MIS (management information system) to produce timely and accurate HR reports. Monitoring of individual issues and organisational trends including paid and unpaid leave, Garda vetting, pension and other relevant workforce information.
  • To support the rollout of a new HR system organisationally by assisting with training and any other requirements.
  • Support the development and monitoring of Key Performance Indicators for the HR department.
  • To prepare and maintain all relevant statistics/spreadsheets/dashboards for the HR Department e.g. headcount, sick leave, turnover etc.
  • Working closely with the HR team to ensure the efficient and effective delivery of all HR-related activity within the recruitment and work life-cycle processes – including managing new joiners and leaver processes, monitoring the probation process, dealing with the day-to-day HR queries that arise relating to e.g. terms and conditions, annual leave entitlement, benefits, following up on all fixed term/specified/temporary staff contracts in relation to the renewal of contracts

Person Specification

  • Minimum of 6-12 months’ experience of data input, retrieval, analysis and reporting is essential and have a passion for this work
  • Exceptionally strong attention to detail, accuracy in work is essential
  • Consistency in meeting deadlines and ability to juggle high volume and competing priorities
  • Confident and proficient in all Microsoft Office programs is essential, and experience in using a HR database would be an advantage
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work with a diverse group of people as part of a team
  • Have a CIPD qualification or equivalent is desirable

Community Services Area Manager

Community Services Area Manager – Dublin Region

My client is a registered charity operating through a number of Resource Centres throughout the country. The aim is to limit the impact of deafness and hearing loss through the provision of Advice & Information, Care Services and Assistive Technology. The Area Manager will be responsible for managing the services and day to day operations of the Resource Centres in their designated area.

The Area covered by this role is Dublin. Reporting to the Director of Community Services, the Area Manager’s role is responsible to deliver high quality and impactful services and provide strong leadership to a team of approximately 12 staff across three Resource Centres.

The role will require

1. Strong people management and leadership skills.

2. An ability to develop, implement and oversee good systems, processes, and procedures that deliver high quality services.

3. Great communication skills to ensure each location and head office are well connected.

4. On-site presence for each centre (estimated 2-3 days travel per week).

5. Passion for great customer service.

* Effectively manage all enquiries to ensure a client’s pathway is effective and as seamless as possible.

* Oversee the provision of both 1:1 and Group support services

* Management of the head office function of. This will include overseeing the sales order processes, product purchasing & stock control, management client enquiries & requests and the product delivery and installation process.

* Within the Dublin area ensure that individual clients technology needs are met through proactive, client-led services, overseeing assessments and sales in both clients’ home or through Resource Centres.

Leadership & Staff Management

* Oversee the work and performance of approximately 15 staff across multiple locations through effective 1:1 relationships, regular performance reviews and team meetings.

* Manage the Training & Development requirements for all staff. Maintenance & Promotion of Resource Centres

* Effectively manage all local promotion of the Resource Centres and services, in collaboration with the Marketing Manager.

* Effectively manage the upkeep and presentation of each Resource Centre to ensure they are presented to a high standard.

* To ensure Health & Safety requirements are met in all locations.

* Manage the refurbishment of Resource Centres.

Administration

* Management of all paperwork required to be maintained for the smooth running of each office including petty cash, sales records, purchase orders, fundraising records, GDPR management.

* Ensuring that client records kept on the organisation’s CRM, Salesforce and Sage, are accurate and up to date.

* Management of the referral system for each location. This includes the record keeping and allocation of referrals.

* Management of appointments for Assistive Technology Services.

* Stock Management including purchasing and stocktakes. Other Key Elements of the Area Manager Role

* Ensure excellent working relationships with all stakeholders including

* Work with Senior Management to establish methods of obtaining client feedback and using the feedback to constructively develop the service. Overseeing the Mystery Shopper and NPS programmes for the area.

* Ensure that all statutory requirements of the organisation are met including HSE Returns and SLAs, all HSE operational reporting requirements.

* Ensure the organisation maintains high quality services through service evaluations and clients experience initiatives.

* Ensure the organisation seeks to provide a value for money and effective service offering to stakeholders and oversee the financial performance of each location.

* Provide accurate and timely reports as required.

* Preparation of funding applications where required to Statutory and Non-Statutory bodies.

* Identify and analyse any unmet demand and prepare responses to meet that need. Education, Qualifications & Experience

* Relevant University degree or college diploma.

* 3 to 5 years’ experience in a similar role. Location The main location for the role will be Dublin based. However, a key element of the role will be the on-site presence of the Area Manager in the locations under their management.

Area Manager

Area Manager – Dublin Region

My client is a registered charity operating through a number of Resource Centres throughout the country. The aim is to limit the impact of deafness and hearing loss through the provision of Advice & Information, Care Services and Assistive Technology. The Area Manager will be responsible for managing the services and day to day operations of the Resource Centres in their designated area.

The Area covered by this role is Dublin. Reporting to the Director of Community Services, the Area Manager’s role is responsible to deliver high quality and impactful services and provide strong leadership to a team of approximately 12 staff across three Resource Centres.

The role will require

1. Strong people management and leadership skills.

2. An ability to develop, implement and oversee good systems, processes, and procedures that deliver high quality services.

3. Great communication skills to ensure each location and head office are well connected.

4. On-site presence for each centre (estimated 2-3 days travel per week).

5. Passion for great customer service.

* Effectively manage all enquiries to ensure a client’s pathway is effective and as seamless as possible.

* Oversee the provision of both 1:1 and Group support services

* Management of the head office function of. This will include overseeing the sales order processes, product purchasing & stock control, management client enquiries & requests and the product delivery and installation process.

* Within the Dublin area ensure that individual clients technology needs are met through proactive, client-led services, overseeing assessments and sales in both clients’ home or through Resource Centres.

Leadership & Staff Management

* Oversee the work and performance of approximately 15 staff across multiple locations through effective 1:1 relationships, regular performance reviews and team meetings.

* Manage the Training & Development requirements for all staff. Maintenance & Promotion of Resource Centres

* Effectively manage all local promotion of the Resource Centres and services, in collaboration with the Marketing Manager.

* Effectively manage the upkeep and presentation of each Resource Centre to ensure they are presented to a high standard.

* To ensure Health & Safety requirements are met in all locations.

* Manage the refurbishment of Resource Centres.

Administration

* Management of all paperwork required to be maintained for the smooth running of each office including petty cash, sales records, purchase orders, fundraising records, GDPR management.

* Ensuring that client records kept on the organisation’s CRM, Salesforce and Sage, are accurate and up to date.

* Management of the referral system for each location. This includes the record keeping and allocation of referrals.

* Management of appointments for Assistive Technology Services.

* Stock Management including purchasing and stocktakes. Other Key Elements of the Area Manager Role

* Ensure excellent working relationships with all stakeholders including

* Work with Senior Management to establish methods of obtaining client feedback and using the feedback to constructively develop the service. Overseeing the Mystery Shopper and NPS programmes for the area.

* Ensure that all statutory requirements of the organisation are met including HSE Returns and SLAs, all HSE operational reporting requirements.

* Ensure the organisation maintains high quality services through service evaluations and clients experience initiatives.

* Ensure the organisation seeks to provide a value for money and effective service offering to stakeholders and oversee the financial performance of each location.

* Provide accurate and timely reports as required.

* Preparation of funding applications where required to Statutory and Non-Statutory bodies.

* Identify and analyse any unmet demand and prepare responses to meet that need. Education, Qualifications & Experience

* Relevant University degree or college diploma.

* 3 to 5 years’ experience in a similar role. Location The main location for the role will be Dublin based. However, a key element of the role will be the on-site presence of the Area Manager in the locations under their management.

Receptionist and admin

Receptionist + Administrator

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Managing the switch board and greeting visitors at reception, ensuring reception is presentable at all times.
  • Management of incoming fax, post, emails and general correspondence.
  • Clerical and phone support to the Managing Director and heads of departments.
  • Arrange meeting room – tea-coffee, book lunch/tidy afterwards.

Providing administrative support to the Supply Chain department. This support will primarily be as cover and back-up for full-time admin staff.

Duties may consist of the following:

  • Timely entry of all email, fax and telephone sales orders onto the SAP system
  • Timely resolution of enquiries relating to orders, deliveries, credits etc.
  • Issuing standard quotations to customers.
  • Deal with customer queries and complaints and liaise with sales staff on same
  • Management of the back-order process by updating purchase / sales orders with the latest information and communicating the updated information to our customers.

Attributes

  • Be proficient in MS Office applications (Word, Excel) in an office administration environment.
  • Be proficient in Microsoft Office email system or equivalent.
  • Academic – Leaving Certificate or FETAC Level 5 or equivalent at a minimum.
  • Strong inter-personal and communication skills, both written and oral.
  • Ability to work on own initiative to get priority tasks completed.
  • Ability to work as a key member as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
  • This is a full time role, hours are 9.00am to 5.00pm Monday to Friday.
  • All candidates must be eligible to work in the EU.
  • At least 6 months experience in a similar role would be preferable but not necessary.
  • Full training will be provided.

Excellent Employee Benefits

  • Company pension scheme
  • Company contribution to health insurance
  • Life Insurance, and Permanent Health Insurance (i.e. income protection)
  • Performance based bonus
  • Family time: the client offers fully paid maternity leave, fully paid paternity leave, two weeks of fully paid parents leave, fully paid adoptive leave, as well as enhanced breastfeeding support
  • The client also offers two days paid leave per IVF Fertility cycle to all employees regardless of length of service. There is no limit to the number of cycles.
  • Sports & Social (no employee contribution) minimum two events per year

Area Manager

Our client, a registered charity, is looking for an Area Manager for the Dublin region

The role will require:

1. Strong people management and leadership skills.

2. An ability to develop, implement and oversee good systems, processes, and procedures that deliver high quality services.

3. Great communication skills to ensure each location and head office are well connected.

4. On-site presence for each centre (estimated 2-3 days travel per week).

5. Passion for great customer service. Each local team consists of Information Officers, Community Resource Officers as well as other specialist roles.

The Area Manager will manage a wide range of duties including the following:

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

* Effectively manage all enquiries to ensure a client’s pathway is effective and as seamless as possible. This must include: o Meaningful first point of contact strategies for drop in, email, web and phone across a range of topics. o Referral pathways both to and from other Chime services and external organisations. o Operate and develop Outreach clinics across the area which provide an Advice & Information service.

* Oversee the provision of both 1:1 and Group support services that are client-led and work to improve the quality of life of our clients. A particular focus is the use of person-centred plans.

* Management of the head office function. This will include overseeing the sales order processes, product purchasing & stock control, management client enquiries & requests and the product delivery and installation process.

* Within the Dublin area ensure that individual clients technology needs are met through proactive, client-led services, overseeing assessments and sales in both clients’ home or through our Resource Centres.

Leadership & Staff Management

* Oversee the work and performance of approximately 15 staff across multiple locations through effective 1:1 relationships, regular performance reviews and team meetings.

* Manage the Training & Development requirements for all staff. Maintenance & Promotion of Resource Centres

* Effectively manage all local promotion of the Resource Centres and services, in collaboration with the Marketing Manager.

* Effectively manage the upkeep and presentation of each Resource Centre to ensure they are presented to a high standard.

* To ensure Health & Safety requirements are met in all locations.

* Manage the refurbishment of Resource Centres.

Administration

* Management of all paperwork required to be maintained for the smooth running of each office including petty cash, sales records, purchase orders, fundraising records, GDPR management.

* Ensuring that client records kept on the Organisation’s CRM, Salesforce and Sage, are accurate and up to date.

* Management of the referral system for each location. This includes the record keeping and allocation of referrals.

* Management of appointments for Assistive Technology Services.

* Stock Management including purchasing and stocktakes. Other Key Elements of the Area Manager Role

* Ensure excellent working relationships with all stakeholders i

* Work with Senior Management to establish methods of obtaining client feedback and using the feedback to constructively develop the service. Overseeing the Mystery Shopper and NPS programmes for the area.

* Ensure that all statutory requirements of the organisation are met including HSE Returns and SLAs, all HSE operational reporting requirements.

* Ensure the organisation maintains high quality services through service evaluations and clients experience initiatives.

* Ensure the organisation seeks to provide a value for money and effective service offering to stakeholders and oversee the financial performance of each location.

* Provide accurate and timely reports as required.

* Preparation of funding applications where required to Statutory and Non-Statutory bodies.

* Identify and analyse any unmet demand and prepare responses to meet that need. Education, Qualifications & Experience

* Relevant University degree or college diploma.

* 3 to 5 years’ experience in a similar role.

Location

The main location for the role will be Dublin based. However, a key element of the role will be the on-site presence of the Area Manager in the locations under their management.