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JOB: Quality Assurance Assistant – Food – Tipperary

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Our client, a Co.Tipperary based company currently have a vacancy for a Quality Assurance Assistant – Food Manufacturing

 

The Role:  

  • Provide technical support to the Production Team to ensure current product quality & safety standards are maintained and enhanced
  • Work with the Management team to build relationships, develop trust and promote a quality first culture
  • Implementation and maintenance of HACCP and Quality System documentation
  • Liaise with cross functional departments and implement new procedures, improve standards/efficiencies
  • Delivery of agreed Key Performance Indicators
  • Monitoring of the production process in line with factory HACCP

The Person:

  • 1.5 years Years experience in a QA food manufacturing role
  • Robust understanding of Food Safety and Quality Management Systems
  • Proficient in word/excel/trend analysis

Feel free to view my details below:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/edward-kiely-497ba497/

I recruit for all SalesTrainingIT and Graduate roles. I would welcome the opportunity to help you take the next step in your career. Send your CV to Eddie@Hartleypeople.com

Hartley People Recruitment work to the highest ethical standards within our industry and we value the trust that you place in us when you send your CV. If you meet the criteria for this position, we will provide a full consultation in confidence and we guarantee that your CV will not be sent to any of our clients without your consent.

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VACANCY: MEMBERSHIP DEVELOPMENT AGENT – TIPPERARY NORTH & SOUTH, CLARE & OFFALY

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VACANCY: MEMBERSHIP DEVELOPMENT AGENT - TIPPERARY NORTH & SOUTH, CLARE & OFFALY

 

(Full-time – Permanent)

The Irish Farmers’ Association is currently recruiting a Membership Development Agent for the mid-west with territories including Tipperary North & South, Clare and Offaly.

Responsibilities

  • Promoting the benefits of IFA membership
  • Acquiring new members for the organisation
  • Membership renewals
  • Providing members with important information
  • Dealing with member queries
  • Attending relevant events

Key Skills Required

  • Field sales experience
  • A proven ability to generate business through leads
  • An understanding of farming/ rural issues
  • A proven track record working in customer support with strong attention to detail

Please forward your CV in confidence to: helen.halpin@fordehr.ie

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VACANCY: REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT OFFICER – ROSCOMMON, LONGFORD, SLIGO & LEITRIM

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VACANCY: REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT OFFICER - ROSCOMMON, LONGFORD, SLIGO & LEITRIM

 

(Full-time – Permanent)

The Irish Farmers’ Association is currently recruiting for a Regional Executive.  The role involves:

  • The provision of advice and support to the Associations elected members in the region
  • Maintenance and development of the Associations membership & income channels
  • Co-ordination and management of administration staff and membership agents
  • Liaison with all sectors of agribusiness in the region
  • Working with the local media to communicate IFA’s policies
  • Co-ordination of the IFA’s lobbying efforts in the region
  • Performing any additional responsibilities where required for the proper fulfilment of the role
  • Role is varied and offers flexibility but will require working in the evenings and occasionally at weekends.

Required Skills

  • Strong knowledge of agriculture and experience of the media and political system in Ireland
  • Proven capacity to work on one’s own initiative
  • The ideal candidate will be a self-starter, have excellent interpersonal skills and be able to demonstrate the capacity to achieve in a demanding work environment

 

Permanent full-time role based from the IFA office in Roscommon Town, reporting to the Director of Organisation.

Salary will be commensurate with experience.

Please forward your CV in confidence to: helen.halpin@fordehr.ie
Closing Date for applications will be 24th May 2019.

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JOBS AND BUSINESS SUPPORT TEAM COME TO TIPPERARY TOWN

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The Work it Out! team arrives in Tipperary town on May 1st to launch six new (free!) personal development and business support programmes
Des McCabe and Jimmy Ryan will be leading two initial workshops on May 1st (10am) and May 2nd (7pm) at the Excel Centre where they will launch the full range of Work it Out! initiatives and support programmes available. Tickets are FREE and are available on a first come, first served basis.
The programmes are delivered with the support of Tipperary County Council and the Department of Rural and Community Development. Mr. Pat Slattery (Director of Services for Economic Development and Enterprise, Community Development) at the Council stated.
‘The Council is delighted to bring the Work it Out! team to Tipperary Town. We are aware of their recent successes in Clonmel and Carrick on Suir and across Ireland and the UK and are keen to build on this locally with the full range of Work it Out! initiatives to support local people, businesses and community groups.
Jimmy Ryan, Director of Work it Out! outlined the programmes which will be launched at the workshops.
1. Work it Out! How to find the work you really want to do!
This is our hugely successful 6- week training programme (one evening or morning / afternoon per week) dedicated to helping individuals to find the work they really want to do. It’s a great opportunity to test your business idea, bolt-on extra income or discover a whole new career! FREE!
2. Approved ‘Work it Out!’ Mentor Development programme (8 months p/t)
We have 10 opportunities for new and established Mentors. We offer training support and real clients, and it’s FREE!
3. Everlasting Grants – Practical help for community groups (6-month development programme for 10 organisations)
We will be helping community groups to build a social enterprise culture and totally transform their finances. We have 10 free places available on our ‘Everlasting Grants’ development programme to help organisations to become financially sustainable.
4, Local Business Teams (4 months network support)
We’ll be supporting and facilitating local small business teams participating in the Work It Out! Process. These are free practical hands-on support groups for start-ups and small / family businesses (40 places only).
5. Professional support for your business
Individuals and teams will benefit from our Collaborative Coaching methodology providing free help and guidance with self-employment activities or their small business initiatives over the next three months.
6. License your Training Courses
If you have a product or service that others could deliver in other parts of the country or internationally then come along and find out how to get your first licensees on board.

Attendees can sign-up at the workshops for ANY of the above programmes.
To view feedback from participants of previous Work It Out! Programmes have a look at Eventbrite! https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/work-it-out-2-earn-more-income-grow-your-…

Des McCabe, bestselling author of the book ‘Work it Out! added
‘The Work it Out! initial workshop is ideal if you
• would like to earn more income or create new income streams
• are thinking of a business idea or looking for new ways to grow your business
• want to help your community group to earn more income
• would like to become a trained Mentor and help other businesses and individuals
• are ready for a fresh career move, a job change or keen to try something different
• want to explore new options for what you might do in the future
• would like to see how licensing could dramatically grow your business’
There is already strong demand for places so booking is essential. You can book online at workitout.inf or contact Jimmy Ryan at 086 259 7275 or email jimmyryanwio@gmail.com

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