Ei Electronics is a successful multinational Irish company with a leadership position globally in the design and manufacture of Fire and Carbon Monoxide detection products for the residential sector.

 

Ei at a glance

 

Employing over 1000 people, the company is headquartered in Shannon, Ireland, occupying a 23,000 m” campus where all key manufacturing, R&D and commercial functions are located. Overseas sales and marketing subsidiaries are located in the UK, Germany, France, Poland and the USA.

The Company’s success is based on a culture of Quality, Service and Product Innovation over 30 years. R&D is the lifeblood of Ei Electronics, with sensor technologies at the core of our product advancement. As a global leader in the industry, Ei Electronics is now at the forefront of emerging Cloud-based “Connected Home” and IOT developments.

Working with one of Irelands leading indigenous electronics companies, provides a wide array of opportunities and possibilities to grow.

 

Life at Ei

 

·         Work in dynamic and innovative business environment with unique cross functional involvement

·         Exceptional learning and development opportunities through our Apprenticeship, Graduate and Engineering Leadership Programmes

·         Excellent career advancement opportunities

·         Prime Midwest location offering unrivalled work-life balance

·         Inclusive Benefits package

Due to its continued success, the Company now has the following exciting career opportunity:

Test Technician
 

Working as part of the EI Electronics Test Engineering team the Test Technician Will provide first level support to the various ATE (Automated Test Equipment) equipment across the factory. The Test Technician will conduct initial troubleshooting to identify and remedy Mechanical, Electrical, Electronic and Pneumatic faults. Escalating to second level support as required. All necessary training, support, and direction will be provided.  The role will involve a two cycle shift pattern (days and evenings rotating).

The Job:

 

Provide hands-on technical support to the production areas.
Trouble shooting of technical faults, ensuring a fast response and resolution of all issues.
·         Maintain all production ATE test equipment in excellent working condition, ensuring consistent performance with a focus on quality, output, and yield.

·         Assist in the installation, set-up, and commissioning of new production test equipment.

·         Assist in the completion of Test Measurement equipment calibration as required

·         Provide input towards the continual improvement of the Test Engineering Department’s role within the organization, as dictated by the business requirements.

 

The Person:

 

Demonstratable electronics and or electrical training or experience required
Ability to read electrical drawings and schematics is desirable
Workshop machining skills would be an advantage.
Experience using hand and power tools
Must be computer literate.
Display a high level of enthusiasm and drive
Positive attitude with excellent interpersonal skills
Comfortable doing some physical labor-intensive work
Ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team.
Ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines.
Should have good verbal and written communication skills.
Must be able to take and follow specific direction
Must be quality focused

 

 

 

 

Financial Accountant

BenchMark Recruitment have an opportunity for a Financial Accountant with a well-established, highly regarded leading organisation based in Clare.

This is an exciting position which will see the successful candidate join an experienced and established team and offer further career development.

The Role:

• Month-end financial reporting including review of management accounts and supporting workings and submissions.
• Preparation of annual and interim management accounts for clients holding investments in a variety of asset classes and Aircraft Leasing clients.
• Completion of Quarterly Reporting returns to the Central Bank of Ireland.
• Preparation of audit files and support the external audit process.
• Preparation of Financial Statements and Statutory Reports.
• Completion of external returns, including VAT and Corporation Tax Returns.
• Managed accounts payables and accounts receivables functions of client companies
• Regulatory returns.
• Maintain contacts with all relevant parties in order to obtain the required information for reporting purposes, for meeting deadlines and for serving the client’s needs.

Requirements:

• Qualified accountant (ACCA, ACA, CPA or CIMA).
• Knowledge of Irish GAAP and IFRS.
• A Financial Services Background and Experience with accounting for financial instruments desirable.
• Well organised with experience working to multiple deadlines.
• Ambitious with a proven ability to work to target.
• Good communication skills, written and verbal, including report writing.
• Excellent people management experience, with strong delegation skills.

How to apply:

Simply contact Mark Brandon at 0860677156 for more information about this position. You can also apply below with your CV.

Salary:

DOE

Senior Financial Accountant

BenchMark Recruitment have an opportunity for a Senior Financial Accountant with a well-established, highly regarded leading organisation based in Clare.

You have responsibility for managing the overall delivery of accounting and compliance services to a varied portfolio of clients.

This is an exciting position which could be a career defining role for a high potential ambitions person and will see the successful candidate join an experienced and established team and offer further career development.

 

The Role:

• Month-end financial reporting including review of management accounts and supporting workings and submissions.
• Management of the statutory audit process.
• Preparation and review of financial statements.
• Manage on-boarding of clients and set-up of structures for delivery of tailored services in accordance with individual client requirements.
• Manage the on-going client relationship and delivery of client services.
• Completion of external returns, including VAT, Payroll taxes, Corporation Tax Returns.
• Bank reconciliations and monitor cash flows.
• Managed accounts payables and accounts receivables functions of client companies
• Participate in process improvements and implementation.
• Regulatory returns.
• Report directly to the boards of client companies and prepare board presentations.

 

Requirements:

• Qualified accountant with at least 5 years PQE commercial enterprise or practice experience with exposure to all aspects of the finance and accounting function
• Knowledge of Irish GAAP and IFRS
• Well organised with experience working to multiple deadlines.
• Ambitious with a proven ability to work to target.
• Good communication skills, written and verbal, including report writing.
• Excellent people management experience, with strong delegation skills.

How to apply:

Simply contact Mark Brandon at 0860677156 for more information about this position. You can also apply below with your CV.

 

Salary:

DOE

 

Ei Electronics is a successful multinational Irish company with a leadership position globally in the design and manufacture of Fire and Carbon Monoxide detection products for the residential sector.

 

Ei at a glance

 

Employing over 1000 people, the company is headquartered in Shannon, Ireland, occupying a 23,000 m” campus where all key manufacturing, R&D and commercial functions are located. Overseas sales and marketing subsidiaries are located in the UK, Germany, France, Poland and the USA.

The Company’s success is based on a culture of Quality, Service and Product Innovation over 30 years. R&D is the lifeblood of Ei Electronics, with sensor technologies at the core of our product advancement. As a global leader in the industry, Ei Electronics is now at the forefront of emerging Cloud-based “Connected Home” and IOT developments.

Working with one of Irelands leading indigenous electronics companies, provides a wide array of opportunities and possibilities to grow.

 

Life at Ei

 

·         Work in dynamic and innovative business environment with unique cross functional involvement

·         Exceptional learning and development opportunities through our Apprenticeship, Graduate and Engineering Leadership Programmes

·         Excellent career advancement opportunities

·         Prime Midwest location offering unrivalled work-life balance

·         Inclusive Benefits package

Due to its continued success, the Company now has the following exciting career opportunity:

Mechanical Design Engineer
 

Working within the Manufacturing Engineering group, the Mechanical Design Engineer will assist the equipment development team in delivering innovative equipment solutions.

 

 

The Job:

 

·         Design and development of Jigs and Fixtures to suir the manufacturing processes

·         Provide detailed working drawings so that equipment can be fabricated in-house or through use of external vendors as appropriate.

Works closely with machine builders during the build phase to ensure all drawings are accurate and up to date.
Assist in creating a detailed equipment documentation package.
Responsible for ensuring that design project timelines and targets are achieved
Contribute to the continual improvement of our production process through creative design solutions
 

The Person:

 

Experienced in the use of both 2D Autocad & 3D CAD modelling (Solidworks preferred)
Ability to generate detailed engineering drawings in a timely manner
Good problem solving skills and ability to demonstrate these through previous creative design solutions
Strong attention to detail and working to high level of accuracy
Ability to prioritise tasks and manage time effectively
Excellent communication skills
 

Key requirements:

 

Engineering Qualification to level 7 or 8, or with equivalent experience.
Must be competent in use of Autocad & 3D design packages (Solidwork preferably)
Have 1-2 years mechanical drawing/design experience.

Ei Electronics is a successful multinational Irish company with a leadership position globally in the design and manufacture of Fire and Carbon Monoxide detection products for the residential sector.

Ei at a glance

Employing over 1000 people, the company is headquartered in Shannon, Ireland, occupying a 23,000 m” campus where all key manufacturing, R&D and commercial functions are located. Overseas sales and marketing subsidiaries are located in the UK, Germany, France, Poland and the USA.

The Company’s success is based on a culture of Quality, Service and Product Innovation over 30 years. R&D is the lifeblood of Ei Electronics, with sensor technologies at the core of our product advancement. As a global leader in the industry, Ei Electronics is now at the forefront of emerging Cloud-based “Connected Home” and IOT developments.

Working with one of Irelands leading indigenous electronics companies, provides a wide array of opportunities and possibilities to grow.

Life at Ei

·         Work in dynamic and innovative business environment with unique cross functional involvement

·         Exceptional learning and development opportunities through our Apprenticeship, Graduate and Engineering Leadership Programmes

·         Excellent career advancement opportunities

·         Prime Midwest location offering unrivalled work-life balance

·         Inclusive Benefits package

Due to its continued success, the Company now has the following exciting career opportunity:

 

Process Engineer – Electronics

The Job:

 

·         Responsible for day to day troubleshooting on quality/process issues,

·         Ensuring that manufacturing processes are consistent with the product quality requirements of the business,

·         Working with cross departmental teams to resolve issues and drive process improvements,

·         Conduct internal IMS & process audits,

·         Working with suppliers on quality issues,

·         Create and maintain Quality procedure documents,

·         Supporting QA auditor processes,

·         Supporting implementation of Engineering Changes to product,

·         Document control,

·         Attend daily production meetings,

·         Update and use IMS management database software (Q-Pulse)

·         Produce corrective actions and technical fault reports,

·         Provide training,

·         Visit and conduct supplier audits,

·         Support external auditors in their auditing activities,

·         Leading projects,

·         Data collection, report generation and presentation

 

The Person:

·         Have good computer skills (E.G. Excel, Word, Power point, Access,)

·         Relevant third-level qualification in Electronics

·         Experience in reading electronic schematics and technical documentation

·         Able to work on own initiative (responsible decision maker)

·         Experience in Electronics debug to a component level

·         Have experience of working and maintaining a Quality management system (ISO9001:2015)

·         Experience in Quality Control tools – Six Sigma tools, SPC, FMEA, Control Plan

·         Experience dealing with manufacturing issues

·         Experience in working with Suppliers and customers to resolve quality issues.

·         Be willing to take on new skillsets and duties where required

·         Good communicator with ability to understand technical subjects.

·         Driving license

 

Harmonics People Change have been exclusively retained by their client, the newly established Ennis 2040 Designated Activity Company, to source suitably qualified and experienced candidates for the position of Chief Operating Officer.

Reporting to the Board of Ennis 2040 DAC, the COO will lead a multi-disciplinary team tasked with project managing the delivery of key strategic priority sites aligned to the objectives set out in the Ennis 2040 Economic and Spatial Strategy.

The preferred candidate will require the full complement of management and leadership experience as well as being commercially and strategically focused.  A track record in property development, construction or the delivery of mixed schemes, urban regeneration or similar investment projects, ideally through public-private partnerships, is important.

Responsibilities:

The role of Ennis 2040 DAC is to promote the economic development, social integration and environmental improvement of the town of Ennis and other strategic locations in Co Clare.  The newly appointed COO is tasked with delivery on the objectives set out in the Ennis 2040 Spatial and Economic Strategy. This involves development of priority sites from inception to completion to full occupancy/tenancy, and oversee their progress. He/she will be responsible for identifying and managing risks, resources, monitoring performance, scheduling, budgeting, and overseeing the organisation, co-ordination and implementation of the projects, to include:

Setting the strategic direction of the Ennis 2040 DAC, with business plans developed per site, as a conduit to delivering a strong performing property development portfolio that aligns to the social, economic, community and environmental needs of Ennis and its surrounds.
Overseeing the company’s business operations, policies and procedures, financial performance, investments, ventures and property portfolio.
Developing an Ennis 2040 DAC Annual Work Plan with agreed deliverables/objectives, which includes the production of a ‘Master Project Schedule’ and scheduled reports on scope, budget and timescale delivery.
Developing the Ennis 2040 DAC budget and management of all project specific finances, including consultants, construction, leasing agents & other related costs, within agreed budget.
Sourcing of finance and funding to deliver projects to completion stage, ensure EU public procurement requirements are fully complied with if relevant, and securing tenants or buyers to occupy the developments on completion.
Managing the Executive Team of the Ennis 2040 DAC, including all resourcing, recruitment, and HR functions to ensure on-time and within budget delivery of each project.
Identifying and securing new development opportunities, to include assessing market demand, planning requirements, undertaking necessary feasibility studies and commercial viability analysis, and presenting proposals to the Board for approval.
Liaising and negotiating with landowners, residents, tenants and potential joint venture partners to positively progress projects to handover stage.
Building and maintaining positive and trust-based relations with internal and external stakeholders, with an understanding of the public sector and the role of the DAC in this regard.
Managing all communications and PR activities; building and enhancing the company’s public profile with media, at events, speaking engagements, and presentations to Councilors etc.
Overseeing effective corporate and project governance controls, in particular risk management, financial management and budgetary controls and procedures.
Recruiting and managing multi-disciplinary teams including project management, design, construction, legal, financial, insurance, and leasing companies, within agreed budget and ensuring compliance with corporate governance at all times.
Reporting to the Ennis 2040 DAC Board and Chairman; providing market insights, producing monthly progress reports and detailed financial appraisal for projects.
Overseeing and ensuring that appropriate company health and safety plans/policies are in place, ensuring the development of project “Risk Register” and “Risk Mitigation Plans” for all potential company high impact risks.
Person

The successful candidate will as a minimum demonstrate that s/he possesses:

A 3rd Level Primary Degree.
Experience of working in a lead role on significant Property Development projects and/or in the Construction or Property Services sector
Proven project management experience with a demonstrable record of overseeing construction projects through from inception to completion.
Advanced knowledge of Corporate Governance and Public Procurement processes combined with well-honed contract negotiation skills
Track record of delivering quality mixed-use schemes, ideally through public/private partnerships.
Demonstrable leadership and people management skills, ideally in the context of recruiting and building a small but strong team
Strong interpersonal, relationship management and communication skills; comfortable with PR and media
Having experience in Special Purpose Vehicles (SPV) holding structures and Joint Venture (JV) agreements would be beneficial
An assured and professional approach with the ability to provide leadership while managing a varied and complex workload.
Excellent communication, presentation and negotiating skills, particularly when involved in contract negotiation and engaging with Board, stakeholders and outside agencies
Financial literacy with a thorough appreciation of risk management
Please note this is a 5 Year Fixed term Contract

Confidentiality is assured.

We are looking for a chef to join our team at the Ros Cafe. The successful candidate should have previous Café/restaurant experience & be interested and creative in developing menu ideas for a breakfast & lunch trade.

Wednesday to Sunday: 8.30-4.30 ( no split shifts)

Due to continued growth and expansion, ShareRidge requires an experienced Quantity Surveyor to join our team, working on a Public Realm project in Ennis, County Clare.

The successful applicant will report to the Commercial Director and will be responsible for managing the Quantity Surveying functions of the contract to maximise commercial success and profitability.

This is an excellent opportunity for career-driven individuals to grow and develop within one of Ireland’s fastest growing engineering companies.

ShareRidge offers attractive salary packages along with additional company benefits.

Job Description:

  • Establishing, monitoring and maintaining reporting arrangements, resources and client relationships.
  • All Quantity Surveying duties including re-measurement, preparation of monthly progress applications and settlement of final accounts.
  • Preparation of interim progress applications for payment and internal valuations.
    Procurement of subcontractor and specialist suppliers.
  • Interim payments and settlement of subcontractors final account.
  • Negotiate with client’s representatives and other consultants.
  • Advise on commercial risks within the project.
  • Preparation of monthly contract cost reports and management accounts information.
  • Preparation of Cost Preliminaries.
  • Ensure that sub-contract documents are properly executed prior to project commencement.

 

Qualifications

  • At least 2-4 years experience in a Commercial Management/Quantity Surveying role.
  • A third level qualification in a construction-related discipline, preferable Quantity Surveying.
  • Experience in the utility/civil engineering sector.
  • Excellent leadership and communication skills.
  • Must hold a full clean drivers licence.

HR Manager

Our client, is recruiting for a Human Resources Manager for their site in Clare. This role is commutable from Limerick and Galway.

The HR Manager has site responsibility for the strategic leadership of all aspects of HR management.  You will serve as an advisor and counsel to Senior Management as well as coaching other members of the local management team to help them achieve business goals through effective human resource talent strategies and practices and human resource partnership needed for decision-making and effective management of both union and staff relations.

The Human Resources Manager will focus on developing a strong associate engagement position that facilitates open communication with leadership, advancement of the associate value proposition and educates associates on how they contribute to enterprise-wide goals.

This role will manage associates that own the coordination and implementation of HR processes, policies and programs regarding recruitment, retention, organization development, talent development, associate engagement, immersion/on-boarding, succession planning, retention, management training, compensation & benefits, general affairs and manage a variety of HR Projects.

In addition the HR leader will support HR initiatives designed to build a compliant, competitive and cost effective HR function.  Lead HR processes, initiatives and day to day activities.  Partner with business leaders on planning and implementing reorganizations, and culture/change initiatives.  Manage special HR projects to achieve desired outcomes. Develop HR programs and deliver on key HR metrics that impact organizational effectiveness such as:

Performance & Talent Management: Partner with business leaders and to ensure effective and timely talent management processes.  Partner with business leaders on initiatives that engage associates and promote retention of key talent.  Lead the organizational review process that evaluates structure, competency, knowledge and talent gaps and develop specific strategies to fill the gaps.

Talent Management: Champion the company’s values and culture and continue the company’s ability to attract, engage and retain high-performance teams.  Drive a talent management strategy that integrates talent assessment, training and development programs, and builds succession plans for individual contributor and management level roles.

Employee Engagement: Partner with business leaders on initiatives that engage associates and promote retention of key talent.  Understand associate needs and facilitate effective communication channels between leaders and associates. Sponsor and drive events and programs designed to increase employee engagement.  Drive a culture of diversity and inclusion including championing key corporate initiatives and trainings as well as developing an overall site D&I plan.

Talent Acquisition: Partner with talent acquisition and business leaders to ensure effective and timely talent acquisition and effective on-boarding and new hire productivity.  Develop an employer branding strategy to attract key talent and drive pride with associates related to the brand.

Employee Relations/Grievance: Ensure compliance with local employment law.  Comply with all corporate and local policies including the ethics & compliance program.   Assure employee data and records are accurately maintained.  Consult with and advise business managers on grievance investigations and disciplinary processes regarding employee relations and performance-related issues.

Compensation & Benefits: Partner with HR Corporate Compensation Team and leadership effectively leveraging and implementing total reward programs and processes including merit review; equity planning; bonus planning; promotions; special adjustments etc. Manage Associate benefit plans and programs i.e. healthcare, dental, life insurance and pension plans.

General Affairs: Manage the corporate catering vendor relationship for the Clare site Cafeteria for employees ensuring appropriate pricing, food choices and menu options available to all Associates. Within General affairs the HR Manager will also have responsibility for the site Reception.

Education/Experience:

  • BA/BS Degree and 9 years of HR experience. Or Master’s Degree with 7 years experience.
    High level of experience in dealing with labour relations and effectively managing union negotiations.
  • Comprehensive understanding of human resources employment law, trends and the ability to benchmark & network.
  • Highly effective communicator with the ability to influence and build trusted partnerships at all levels
  • Proven track record of delivering high performance through consulting & coaching, with experience working directly with senior leaders
  • Highly effective at handling complex employee relations issues
  • Ability to project manage multiple projects and initiatives through to successful delivery
  • Experience working in Medical/Pharma industry and a large US multi-national environment a plus

For more information on this HR Manager role in Clare please contact Helga Reeves on 086 8168298 helga@hero.ie

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Job Summary:
With excellent organizational and multitasking skills, ability to balance immediate/long term, the Production Planner assists the Buyer Planner to coordinate and expedite the flow and materials between departments according to forecast and daily and weekly production schedules. Duties include distributing production work, monitoring inventory levels, completion dates and help solving production problems, to ensure customer’s orders on time delivery and satisfaction.

Duties/Responsibilities:
• Support Buyer Planner in production Planning
• Ensure daily production requirements are achieved to meet customer expectation
• Support the execution of the build plan
• Proactively reports product and material availability issues; troubleshoot when necessary
• Ensure adherence to customers service level
• Assist in the maintenance and reporting of KPIs.
• Maintain job orders status
• Analyze and prepare documents needed for production
• Support Data collection and analysis
• Complete special projects and assignments as requested.

Education/Experience:
• Primary degree in a relevant discipline (Business, Supply Chain, Operations Management)
• 5 year’s experience in a similar role, preferably within a Regulated manufacturing environment.
• Experience using MRP / ERP systems, especially Advance Planning System is an advantage.
• APICS certification (CPIM or CSCP) is an advantage but not essential.

Specific Requirements:
• Understanding of ERP System and Microsoft Office products, strong Excel expertise.
• Detail-orientated, ability to multi-task and prioritize tasks with strict deadlines
• Persuasive with well developed influencing skills
• Data analysis and numeric skills with, using logic and reasoning to help establish solutions.
• Team player
• Highly motivated