JWR Employment Specialists are working with a busy Planning & Consulting Engineering company located in Headford, Galway to recruit a Architectural Technologist.

This is a fantastic opportunity for a new graduate to learn and work with experienced engineers on a broad range of projects in both commercial and private sectors.

Job Requirements:

You will work closely with clients, on a range of projects from preparing planning drawings and associated statutory documentation to completion of projects on site.

Required Skills:

  • Qualified Architectural Technologist
  • Knowledge of Irish Building Regulations
  • Strong technical design ability
  • Be an effective communicator both in written and verbal form
  • Proficiency in AutoCAD. Experience working with Revit an advantage but not essential
  • Previous experience in working in the construction industry an advantage
  • Full driving licence

We will Offer:

  • A competitive Salary package
  • Flexible & Friendly working environment

JWR are working with an exciting battery technology company in Galway to recruit a Production Planner.

Our client:

Our client is a leading battery technology company who are making an impact on a global scale in industrial electricfication. Located in Claregalway, Galway, this company is going to strength to strength and has massive growth plans for the next number of years. Working in this company will offer experience working with some of the best in business in a high energy, fast paced environment. Opportunities like these don’t come up very often!

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Production Planner to work as part of the Production team. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone with the right skillset.

Your Challenge:

  • To establish the ideal production schedule, you must strike a balance between customer demand, equipment capacity, human resource availability, and material supply capabilities.
  • Weekly preparation of a production schedule on the online software to allow the production lines to work efficiently and according to plans
  • Daily adaptation of the planning depending on the available materials and people
  • Continuous changes to react to new orders, new conditions and new events
  • Carry out the bulk orders and follow up the supply every week
  • Manage production stoppage and make necessary adjustments to the production schedule.
  • Provides production plan input for in house manufactured product to the production team
  • Works closely with the Production, Procurement and Engineering team to collect demonstrated capacities and integrate capacity expansion plans in the aggregate supply plan
  • Ensure effective real time management of material movement, storage, consumption & local reporting.

 

Your Profile:

  • You have at least 4 years of experience in a similar position or in the manufacturing environment
  • Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical, Industrial, or similar Engineering. The equivalent in experience is also acceptable with evidence of exceptional ability.
  • You own a planner’s spirit and are adept at managing numerous activities concurrently.
  • You are a resilient and flexible individual capable to evolve in a Fast-pace & Agile environment
  • You have good analytical skills allowing you to be reactive and adapt to changes
  • You are able to deal with last-minute changes effectively and with a calm attitude.
  • Excellent knowledge of ERP and understanding of Advanced Planning tools

Looking for a New Production Operator opportunity?

Our client, a leading manufacturing company that is based in Spiddal, Galway which is just 20 minutes from Galway City by car is seeking to recruit experienced Product Builders who would you like to work for one of the world’s leading providers of implantable medical devices.

Would you like to work for a leading manufacturer providing next-generation implantable solutions?

If the answer is YES then keep reading!

Duties include:

  • Carrying out operations in the manufacturing areas, including packing and labeling.
  • Follow detailed instructions and perform other tasks as directed.
  • Complete and comply with all documentation as required in the process.
  • Ensure manufacturing activities are completed in a manner that will not compromise the health and safety of employees and visitors to the site.

Required Education, Skills and Qualifications

  • Successful candidates will have completed the Leaving Certificate or equivalent standard of education.
  • Operators must have a technical background and experience working in a manufacturing background.
  • Must have a high standard of English and be able to read and follow instructions in English.
  • Must be a Team player and result orientated.
  • Self-motivated individuals who take pride in their work and how they are contributing to the success of the organisation.
  • Evening Shifts are available.

 

  • Evening Shift Times – Monday to Thursday 3:30pm – 12:15am, Friday 2 – 8pm. €15.10 per hour.

JWR Employment Specialists are working with an exciting battery technology company in Galway to recruit a Project Manager.

About the Company

Our client is a leading battery technology company who are making an impact on a global scale in industrial electricfication. Located in Claregalway, Galway, this company is going to strength to strength and has massive growth plans for the next number of years. Working in this company will offer experience working with some of the best in business in a high energy, fast paced environment. Opportunities like these don’t come up very often!

 

About the Role; 

  • Oversee the planning and delivery of key internal projects onsite.
  • Define, implement, and maintain project management methodologies.
  • Set project timelines and monitor project deliverables.
  • Update relevant stakeholders / team members on the project progress, and ensure all stakeholders are following the critical path and are in alignment with key business priorities.
  • Coach and support project team members with tasks you assign them.
  • Capture the requirements of new projects/ tasks outside of the main project and communicate this to key stakeholders.
  • Create a clear roadmap aligned to business goals and objectives, and translate the purpose, vision, deadline, and key priorities of each project and create a delivery strategy.
  • Ensure that all team leads can answer key strategic questions, such as:

o  Are we clear on the company’s critical path and current key priorities?

o  What will the company’s look like in the next 6-months? And how do we get there?

o  How can we smartly separate what needs to be done now vs. what can be done later?

o  Can we execute effectively with our current level of capability and capacity? If not fully, what can we execute and in what order?

o  How can we respond quickly to emerging issues impacting our critical path?

o  How do we get the right people involved in critical decision-making at the right time?

o  How will we really know if things are on track or not? And if we are not, how will we turn it around?

o  What does “complete” look like? And how will I know when we will be there.

 

Skills and Experience Required:

  • PMP, Prince or similar training or certification beneficial.
  • 5+ years of project management experience, preferably within the automotive / manufacturing industry (preferred, but not critical).
  • Ability to drive projects forward and plan ahead as far as possible and checking back regularly as the project progresses.
  • Understand a typical product development lifecycle in a high-tech product.
  • Have experience in multiple project management methodologies and implement the best system most appropriate to company.
  • Be cable of creating efficient real time status reporting systems.
  • Experience in line implementation and / or line transfers preferred but not required.
  • Organisation skills, time management skills, attention to detail, and prioritisation of work is essential.
  • Strong experience of managing scope, timeframes, and resources to achieve objectives

What does the role offer

  • You will be working in a diverse inclusive environment where your input will be valued and where ideas are welcomed.
  • Attractive salary and benefits including full Private Health Insurance, and Pension Contributions
  • Work and grow with some of the best minds in the industry. Be part of something big!

ÉireComposites is an innovative design, manufacturing, and testing company, involved in lightweight, high-performance fibre-reinforced composite materials, with an international blue-chip customer base of over 70 companies in the aerospace, renewable energy, and automotive sectors. ÉireComposites (www.ÉireComposites.com) has established accredited aerospace composites manufacturing and testing facilities in Galway, Ireland and has significant intellectual property in manufacturing and tooling for composite materials.

 

We have an exciting opportunity for a Head of Business Development to join a growing and ambitious leadership team in ÉireComposites. This role will report to the CEO and will be highly influential in the expansion of the company.  The Head of Business development will ensure that the company’s competitive and innovative targets are met through revenue growth and customer acquisition. His/her main goal is to be responsible for maximising revenue growth by managing the sales team, designing sales and marketing plans, and delivering those plans.

 

Due to ÉireComposites’ blue-chip client base and affinity towards working with innovative companies, you will have the opportunity to develop your skills by working on ground- breaking technologies.

 

 

Responsibilities

 

Achieve growth and hit sales targets by successfully managing the sales team.
Design and implement a strategic sales plan that expands the company’s customer base and ensures its strong presence.
Own the interaction with the customer, ensuring best in class customer service is maintained.
Manage recruiting, objectives setting, coaching and performance monitoring of the sales and marketing team.
Build and promote strong, long-lasting customer relationships by partnering with them and understanding their needs.
Present sales, revenue and expenses reports, and realistic forecasts to the management team.
Identify emerging markets and market shifts while being fully aware of new products and competition status.
Participate in trade shows and exhibitions.
Respond to RFQ’s and track RFQs, quotations, and POs.
Manage and promote the Company’s brand and PR activities.
Reporting to the CEO, the successful candidate will be responsible for developing sales of composite products and composite testing services globally. The role will require technical and commercial aptitude combined with the ability to communicate effectively. The successful candidate should have a proven background in technical Sales.

The preferred candidate will have:

 

·       5+ years of sales experience with business development and marketing.

·       Detailed knowledge of composites markets.

·       Experience in the aerospace/renewable energy/engineering sectors.

·       A target-driven attitude with the desire to succeed.

·       A degree in Business or an MBA.

·       A European driver’s licence.

 

 

Competencies:

Strong communication, influencing skills and the ability to comfortably manage multiple stakeholders.
Comfortable in managing complex and competing priorities.
·       High levels of motivation and ambition.

·       Strong understanding of multiple business functions such as sales, marketing, presales, vendor, and client management.

·       Ability to build relationships within the leadership team, operations, research and externally with prospective clients.

·       The ability to manage multiple strategic, change, tactical and operational priorities through to completion balancing short and long-term objectives.

 

 

The prospective candidate must be able to demonstrate a professional approach, self-motivation in completing assigned tasks, and must be willing to update their skillset in the company’s core business areas.

 

 

To be a part of a growing, successful organisation, please send a CV to hr@eirecomposites.com. Job descriptions are available in full in both English and Irish on www.eirecomposites.com, where you will also find out more information about our business.

 

Benefits:

·       Competitive salary & bonus commensurate with experience.

·       Easily accessible – 25 mins from Knocknacarra.

·       Permanent role.

·       Company pension

·       Career development.

Be part of an innovative and progressive company in the West!

 

ÉireComposites is involved in the design development and manufacture of composite components and assemblies for the Aerospace, Space, Renewable Energy and Industrial sectors. ÉireComposites manufactures flight critical parts for aircraft such as the Bombardier Global 5500 and the Airbus A220. Parts manufactured by ÉireComposites have been flying on commercial aircraft since 2008. A vacancy now exists for an Aerospace Engineer to join the team to help support the growth of the business.

 

This is a full-time permanent role and the working time arrangement is Monday to Thursday 8.30 – 5pm and 8.30 – 3.30pm on Fridays.  Remote working is an option to work out, with a minimum of three days on site.

 

Responsibilities:

Provide technical co-ordination and knowledge of new aerospace composites projects.
Liaise with customers on engineering tasks.
Continuous development of manufacturing and assembly procedures to improve efficiency and quality of components.
Creating work instructions and assembly instructions to aid the manufacture of components.
Actively monitoring customer change orders, drawings and recording changes in accordance with company procedures.
Assisting the Engineering team on various tasks.
Working closely with the Production Leaders to ensure delivery dates are adhered to.
Implement design ideas and coordinate them into new projects / engage with design team to ensure hard and soft services requirements in accordance with company procedures.
Requirements

·        Minimum of 5 years’ experience in an aerospace manufacturing OEM or a tier one or tier two supplier.

·        A level 8 degree in Aerospace or Mechanical engineering degree.

·        Experience with composite materials.

·        Knowledge of CATIA V5 and Solidworks.

·        Ability to manage projects and to lead and participate in cross-functional teams to accomplish engineering initiatives.

·        Experience in reading and interpreting aircraft engineering documents.

·        Experience in an Aerospace OEM or Tier 1 manufacturer.

·        Skill in applying systems thinking to improve manufacturability of components and to resolve quality problems.

·        Knowledge of both production and design processes including aircraft industry standard repair methods.

·        Ability to develop innovative revisions to the design and manufacture of advanced composite components, and new material integration.

·        Skill in the initiation of design and process changes.

·        Ability to communicate effectively, act decisively, and to demonstrate innovation and resourcefulness.

·        Ability to develop, implement and integrate technical curriculum.

·        Strong written and oral communication skills.

·        Knowledge of engineering documentation

 

Please submit your own C.V. format.  Unfortunately, we cannot respond to all CVs received due to volumes. However, we will respond to candidates who attend for interview and provide feedback if requested.  All our job descriptions are available in full in both English and Irish on www.eirecomposites.com, where you will also find out more information about our business.  Please submit your CV to hr@eirecomposites.com.

 

 

Benefits:

·        Competitive Salary relative to experience and qualifications.

·        Easily accessible – 25 mins from Knocknacarra,

·        Permanent role.

·        Company pension.

·        Death in service/life assurance.

·        Twenty days annual leave.

·        Hybrid working arrangements potential.

·        Wellness and team events/initiatives.

·        Training & development.

·        Career development.

·        On-site parking & canteen.

·        Work wear provided.

Manufacturing Operator

–        We are hiring multiple positions

 

Be part of an innovative and progressive company in the West!

Bí páirteach i gcuideachta nuálach agus forásach san Iarthar!

 

ÉireComposites based in Connemara, is an innovative design, manufacturing and testing company, involved in lightweight, high-performance fibre-reinforced composite materials, with an international blue-chip customer base of over 70 companies in the aerospace, renewable energy and automotive sectors. ÉireComposites has established accredited aerospace composites manufacturing and testing facilities in Galway, Ireland and has significant intellectual property in manufacturing and tooling for composite materials. Remote work is not available for this position.

Responsibilities include:

·        Follow detailed assembly instructions, processes, and procedures to correctly. manufacture and assemble composite parts to meet individual customer requirements.

·        Complete all records required as per processes/procedures and training provided.

·        Report problems with quality, processes, equipment, or materials to the Production Supervisor/Operations manager immediately.

·        Support the movement of materials and use of lifting equipment.

·        Operate machinery, tools, and aids with ease.

·        Complete routine tasks with minimal supervision.

·        Maintain a clean and organized work area to facilitate manufacturing functions.

·        Work in a cleanroom environment/industrial production area.

·        Undertake all other duties as assigned by the Production Supervisor/Operations manager.

Core Job Requirements:

·        Full European/Irish Driver’s License is required.

·        Excellent attention to detail is required.

·        Individual will be required to be mobile, with frequent standing, bending, reaching grasping, stooping and walking are requirements for role.

·        Excellent manual dexterity i.e., experience in carpentry/crafts/hairdresser/making things with your hands is preferable.

·        Leaving certificate or equivalent is preferred although not essential.

·        Proficiency in the English language is required.

·        Work experience in a manufacturing team environment is preferred although not essential.

·        Ability to learn on the job and have a willingness to update skills and versatility in core business areas as required.

·        The prospective candidate must be able to demonstrate a positive can-do attitude, professional approach and self-motivation in completing assigned tasks.

·        Possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

·        Demonstrates good problem-solving capability.

 

 

Salary: €26,000.00 per year.  Salary and Job role requirements are reviewed as part of the six month probation process and thereafter annually in line with the company performance management process and business performance.

 

Please submit your own C.V. format.  Unfortunately, we cannot respond to all CVs received due to volumes. However, we will respond to candidates who attend for interview and provide feedback if requested.  All our job descriptions are available in full in both English and Irish on www.eirecomposites.com, where you will also find out more information about our business.  Please submit your CV to hr@eirecomposites.com.

 

 

Benefits:

·        Competitive Salary.

·        Easily accessible – 25 mins from Knocknacarra,

·        Permanent role.

·        Pension plan.

·        Early finish on a Friday.

·        Death in service/life assurance.

·        Twenty days annual leave.

·        Wellness and team events/initiatives.

·        Training & development.

·        Work wear provided.

·        On-site parking & canteen.

 

 

About CitySwift

CitySwift is a Cloud-native, specialist data engine for modern bus networks. We have developed a technology platform that is currently being used by some of the world’s biggest transport companies to optimise urban bus networks. Ultimately, we improve the reliability of services while simultaneously reducing operator costs, resulting in a win-win for both passengers and operators!

CitySwift is institutionally backed. Our investors include Ryanair co-founder Declan Ryan’s Irelandia Investments, ACT Venture Capital and former CarTrawler Chief Executive Mike McGearty.

 

About this role

As a Business & Financial Analyst at CitySwift, you will be a key member of the Finance Team working closely with the Head of Finance & Finance Manager. You will be given an opportunity to dive in at the deep end and learn quicker than with a larger company, in a fast-paced start-up environment. Together we aim to be smart, humble, hardworking and, above all, collaborative. If this sounds like a good fit for you, why not say hello?

 

Responsibilities

  • Analysis, reporting and presentation of key data across the business to senior management.
  • Provide analytics & insight on internal operations and business unit performance.
  • Provide analytics on P&L performance, margins and performance against benchmark KPIs.
  • Support strategic decision making through the provision of key internal business insights
  • Perform ad hoc reporting & financial analysis for the executive team as required to support key business decisions in order to optimise business performance, create efficiencies, and streamline processes
  • Support the Finance team by providing insights into new customer revenue, customer expansion revenue, average customer size, customer renewals rates, activation rates and sales rep participation rates and other critical revenue metrics.
  • Preparation of Month End Reporting Packs to Senior Management, including both financial and non-financial information.
  • Build and maintain Internal KPI dashboard packs, collecting data from all business units and reporting to management on a monthly basis.
  • Support Head of Finance in risk management strategies and control of business risk.
  • Assist in the preparation of board reports, management accounts and monthly finance reports.
  • Assist in the funding process and the creation and presentation of pitch decks and presentations.
  • Manage the company’s grant claims and become its representative to Enterprise Ireland.

 

What you will bring

  • Hold a bachelor’s degree
  • 2+ years experience working in an Analyst role in the areas of business performance, finance, data analytics
  • Advanced knowledge of MS Office, particularly Excel and Powerpoint with the ability to develop insightful presentations
  • Experience with using BI Tools such as Looker, Power BI, Tableau a plus with ability to build financial reports & dashboards to support financial planning and analysis.
  • Excellent analytical skills and attention to detail and ability to work with numbers and prepare financial reports.
  • Strong business collaboration and interpersonal skills
  • Have a good understanding of a Finance function and Management Accounting processes.
  • Driven by success, with a strong desire to win. Commercially focused within the startup environment
  • Highly motivated, able to work under pressure and to tight deadlines
  • Organisational & project management skills.

What we can offer you:

  • Opportunity to make your mark in a high growth Irish tech company.
  • Work directly with and learn from our two co-founders every day.
  • Use cutting edge tools to enable our team to deliver.
  • Ideas are listened to and encouraged.
  • Open & transparent culture where everyone is kept informed and committed to the company’s future.
  • We hire the best so that everyone can learn from each other.
  • Office in Galway City centre location.
  • Flexible hours and remote working opportunities.
  • Generous Healthcare.
  • Bike to Work & Taxsaver commuter scheme.
  • Competitive compensation.
  • Active social club where employees are encouraged to have fun together both inside and outside of work!

This medical device manufacturer, founded in Galway 15 years ago, has enjoyed exceptional growth in recent years and is now wholly owned by an international conglomerate. As part of their transition into this international group, the company’s Financial Controller is leading numerous business transformation projects including a large ERP upgrade which will take place over the coming year. Therefore, they are seeking to hire a strong, experienced, and ambitious senior leader to help make this transition successful.

Location: Based at their Galway site, you can work 2 days a week from home

Your new job

As the Acting Financial Controller & Finance Business Partner in Galway, you will backfill for the Financial Controller during this time, taking on a variety of tasks, from day-to-day management of the finance function for the manufacturing site, as well as assisting in business transformation projects and the SAP system implementation.

With a flair for business process transformation, you will take an active role to identify and implement changes needed in processes, procedures and systems, to improve, develop and integrate financial processes, in supporting the financial activities, including the migration to a new SAP system. You will operate at a senior level to cover activities of the Financial Controller, including leading a small finance team.

This job will suit a finance leader (ACA, ACCA, CIMA qualified) who thrives in a fast changing, high growth and dynamic, results-orientated environment.

Rewards:

A 12 month contract, this may be an excellent opportunity for you to gain experience in the medical device sector, or perhaps to further develop your Financial Controller/ Finance Manager skills in a manufacturing environment.

You will be offered a competitive base salary to reflect your expertise, plus pension and health insurance, while you take up this exciting job in this rapidly changing and growing company.

Apply now to be considered:

Interviews are currently taking place, so please don’t delay in expressing your interest.

Contact Edel Vahey, Director at FP&A Senior Finance & Executive Search for more details on +353 9495 57033.

Client Profile: Accountancy Practice, Galway

Our client is viewed as progressive and professional practice. They have a varied base of clients across a number of industry sectors. Based in Galway, they have the reputation for providing their clients with business advice across audit, tax, and general consulting. This is a progressive firm whose Partners are keen to further develop the practice.

Role: Practice Senior

They wish to recruit a Senior with a number of years’ experience in practice to join the firm. Reporting to the Partners, the role will offer the successful candidate exposure to a variety of clients from medium-sized companies to sole traders and high net worth individuals.

This role will include:

  • Handling assignments to the Partner review stage
  • Reviewing assignments handled by junior staff
  • Monthly management accounts
  • Small company audit
  • Year-end accounts
  • Personal and corporate tax returns

The role is challenging and the existing Partners are keen to recruit a candidate who can contribute to the development of their firm.

Candidate Profile

The successful candidate should have qualified with a quality accounting firm and have a focus on developing a long-term career in practice. Additionally, they should be able to prepare files to Partner review stage and be capable of working on their own initiative.

Interested?

In the first instance please send your CV to Brian Fowler FCCA, Managing Director at brian.fowler@accountancysolutions.ie

CVs are not released nor is your profile discussed with a future employer without your express permission.