Tool Setter (Moulding Dept.)

Reporting to the Moulding Manager, the Tool Setter will work as part of the Production team
ensuring process capability which in turn ensures key business objectives are met.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTION:
▪ Setting and changing of tools in Injection Moulding machines
▪ Provide input on equipment installation, preventative maintenance and trouble-shooting
▪ Ensure smooth running of day-to-day mould shop operations
▪ Report machine faults and assist in follow-up resolutions
▪ Calibration of equipment
▪ Adhere to all procedures and standards (IATF 16949, ISO 14001)
FUNCTIONAL COMPETENCIES:
▪ Recognised industrial automation / mechanical / engineering / polymer qualification
▪ Minimum 2-3 years commercial, high volume manufacturing experience
▪ Knowledge of special purpose equipment (injection moulding machines and polymers)
▪ Working knowledge of PLCs and pneumatic systems
▪ Must be available to work rotating shifts
▪ Work within a fast-paced environment that requires flexibility and initiative

PERSONAL COMPETENCIES:
▪ Demonstrate a logical approach to problem-solving
▪ Excellent organisational skills; the ability to work under pressure and to strict deadlines
▪ Excellent communication (internal/external customers and suppliers)
▪ Team player but also work on own initiative

Leitrim County Council invites applications from suitably qualified persons, who wish to be considered for inclusion on panels from which permanent and temporary vacancies for Assistant Engineers may be filled. Positions may arise in any area of the Council’s functions which include Roads & Transportation, Housing Delivery & Maintenance, Environmental Services, Water Services, Capital Projects, Economic Development, Facilities Management etc.
Assistant Engineers are appointed to a wide variety of roles across the Council. The role can include responsibility for the successful delivery of a range of major and minor capital projects; responsibility for the effective delivery of a range of services, and may include responsibility for the management of staff. The person/s appointed will work under the direction and control of the Senior Engineer or Senior Executive Engineer or other officer designated by the Director of Services or the Chief Executive.

Education, Training, Experience etc:
Candidates must on the latest date for receipt of completed application forms for the office:
(a) hold an honours degree (level 8 in the National Framework of Qualifications**) in Engineering,
(b)
have at least two years satisfactory relevant engineering experience, and
(c)
possess a high standard of technical training and experience.
Note: Candidates must hold a current valid unendorsed driving licence in respect of category B vehicles and must advise if this is not the case.

Leitrim County Council invites applications from suitably qualified persons, who wish to be considered for inclusion on a panel from which permanent vacancies for Executive Technician (Environmental) may be filled.
Under the direction and supervision of the appropriate line manager, the position of Executive Technician (Environmental) in Leitrim County Council will involve the provision of such environmental and other technical services of an advisory, supervisory, executive or ancillary nature as may be required by the Council in the exercise and performance of its powers, functions and duties. Executive Technician (Environmental) roles primarily arise in the Environment Department of the Council. The role can include responsibility for the successful delivery of a range of programmes and projects, including responsibility for enforcement activity; responsibility for the effective delivery of a range of services, and may include responsibility for the management of staff.

Education, training, experience, etc.
Each candidate must, on the latest date for receipt of completed application forms –
(a)
have satisfactory experience, in a technician post (environmental) at Grade II or higher level or in an analogous post under a local authority or health board in the State,
Candidate Information Booklet – Executive Technician (Environmental) – Jan 2024
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(b)
have at least five years satisfactory relevant experience in a technician post (environmental) at Grade II or higher level or an analogous post,
(c)
have a wide knowledge of all the technical aspects of local authority work and also a deeper knowledge of at least one section of the work,
(d)
possess adequate training and experience relating to dealings with other departments within their own organisations and with other bodies, and
(e)
have adequate experience in the supervision and control of staff.
Note: Candidates must hold a current valid unendorsed driving licence in respect of category B vehicles and must advise if this is not the case.

Reporting to the Waste Enforcement Coordinator and Senior Waste Enforcement Officer, the Waste Enforcement Officer(s) of the Connacht-Ulster WERLA will be responsible for delivering an annual work programme in the Connacht Ulster regional area. The Waste Enforcement Officer will be engaged in maximising compliance in the waste sector to support the enhancement of waste enforcement within the region. The role will involve providing a visible presence in the field across local authority areas within the region to assist local authorities dealing with specific problematic/emerging/priority aspects of waste enforcement.
A key responsibility will involve working with staff of the Connacht-Ulster WERLA, in conjunction with the other two WERLA’s, in preparing and implementing an annual work plan and preparing and presenting reports as required. The successful candidate(s) will be expected to contribute to setting national priorities and reporting on progress to, among others, the WERLA Management Oversight Group on their areas of responsibility.
The role will involve identification of emerging waste enforcement challenges and developing strategic responses, identifying training deficits and requirements amongst waste enforcement staff in the region and developing and reviewing appropriate guidance documentation for implementation by local authorities. The role will involve engagement in waste enforcement actions as necessary, including the requirement to initiate and/or lead or partake in the investigation of suspected serious breaches of environmental waste law, gathering such evidence as required, engaging in mediation, site resolution and prosecution as appropriate, cooperating with other state enforcement agencies, and preparing and presenting such cases in court at the direction of the Waste Enforcement Coordinator and/or the Senior Waste Enforcement Officer. The post holder(s) will be expected to work with the EPA, An Garda Síochána and other enforcement agencies on areas of common interest, and in assisting on multi-agency enforcement activities. The post holder(s) will also be expected to work closely with the Waste Enforcement Teams in Local Authorities across the Connacht Ulster (CU) Region.

Education, Training, Experience etc.
Each candidate must, on the latest date for receipt of completed application forms:
(a)
hold an honours degree (level 8 in the National Framework of Qualifications) in Engineering or Science;
(b)
have at least five years satisfactory relevant experience of engineering or scientific work including at least 2 years’ experience in a waste enforcement or comparable enforcement function with case management experience including mediation, site resolution and prosecution at District Court level;
(c)
possess a high standard of technical training and expertise;
(d)
possess a high standard of administrative experience;
(e)
On the date of appointment, the successful candidate must posses a full current driving licence (Category A1, A and/or B), as s/he will be required to drive in the course of her/his duties.

Reference No: DOSD24

Qualifications, salary scales and conditions of service as per Department of Education

The Director of Organisation, Support and Development will report to the Chief Executive (CE) and will be responsible for assisting the CE in four main areas of responsibility, in line with the statutory functions set out in the Education and Training Boards Act 2013:

1.        Leadership of the organisational administration function across the ETB

2.       Governance and management of ETB services

3.       Workforce planning and performance management

4.       Co-Ordination of the ETB’s management team which is within the responsibility of this Director

Completed Application Forms on the official MSL ETB Application Form are only accepted by email in PDF format to: employment@msletb.ie  It is vital to insert the Reference Number only of the Post on the “subject line” of your email.

Application Forms and further details for the above post can be downloaded from the following website www.msletb.ie

This Employment Specialist will provide a person-centred employment focused support service for people who have disabilities supporting them to move towards and into work and also with employers to secure employment opportunities focused on IPS principles. Supporting people to develop Inclusive Pathways to Employment. This position requires a high level of accountability to employment /training related outcomes using a very person-centred approach. The project is Co-financed by the EU Employment, Inclusion, Skills, and Training Programme (EIST) 2021-2027 and the Department of Social Protection (DSP) through Pobal. The purpose of this job is to provide a person-centred supported employment service by working with individuals who have disabilities (including physical and sensory, intellectual and acquired disabilities) and who wish to gain employment whether full time, part time seasonal etc. The Employment Specialist will work directly with employers to secure employment opportunities using the Individual Placement and Support (IPS) approach and Social Role Valouriastion theories while providing ongoing support to both employers and the individual to retain them in work. This position requires a high level of accountability to employment related outcomes, equity and inclusion.

Marketing & Development Manager – Carrick on Shannon Business Campus

Exciting job opportunity at Carrick Business Campus in Carrick on Shannon, Co. Leitrim for a Marketing and Development Manager to drive growth and financial success by identifying  and securing clients, enhancing market presence, negotiating contracts, building a robust digital footprint and branding strategy. See the following link for full details

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We are recruiting to fill a vacancy for Researcher and Policy Officer on our National project Social Farming Ireland. Social Farming Ireland We are looking for a hardworking experienced professional who is looking to learn and grow in this innovative project across a number of sectors and who can lead the progress and mainstream development of Social Farming through their work.  More details are available on our website Leitrim Development Company | Job Vacancy | Research and Policy Officer for Social Farming Ireland (ldco.ie)    Closing date for applications is Thursday 18th January 2024 a full job description is available by emailing Brian@ldco.ie

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Leitrim County Council invites applications from suitably qualified persons, who wish to be considered for inclusion on panels from which permanent and temporary vacancies for Environmental Technician Grade 1 may be filled. Environmental Technician Grade 1 vacancies will generally arise within the Environment & Rural Water Department of Leitrim County Council.

The role can include responsibility for Waste, Water, Air & Noise monitoring, investigation, and enforcement duties.

The person/s appointed will work under the direction and control of the Executive Technician/Executive Engineer/Senior Executive Engineer or other officer designated by the Director of Services or the Chief Executive.

Education, Training, Experience
Each candidate must, on the latest date for receipt of completed application forms:

(a)    have passed the N.C.E.A. / H.E.T.A.C National Certificate Final Examination in:Science in Applied Biology, or Science in Applied Chemistry,  or Hold an equivalent qualification

and

have at least three years satisfactory relevant experience after attaining the qualification concerned,

or

(ii)      have satisfactory relevant experience, in a technician post at Grade II level, or in an analogous post

under a local authority or health board in the State,

and

have at least three years satisfactory relevant experience in a technician post at Grade II level or in an analogous post,

or

(iii)    have satisfactory service, in a technician post at Grade 1 or higher level in an analogous post under a local authority or health board in the State

(b)       possess adequate staff training or experience relating to the control and supervision of staff

(c)        Hold a full clean Class B driving licence and have access to his/her own vehicle.

Leitrim County Council is seeking to establish a panel to fill permanent Executive Technician (Planning – GIS) vacancies which may arise during the lifetime of the panel (12 months).
Assigned to the Planning Department of Leitrim County Council, the Executive Technician (Planning – GIS) will provide the required GIS Technician input into the preparation of statutory land use plans and associated monitoring with the implementation of same. This will include preparing land use zoning objectives maps for urban centres, updating and extending the Record of Protected Structures, analyzing planning application trends, preparing and reviewing Residentially Zoned Land Tax maps on an annual basis, providing necessary support and base mapping as required to consultants engaged in undertaking the Strategic Environmental Assessment, Appropriate Assessment and Strategic Flood Risk Assessment etc. The role will also involve inputting data and upgrading the Planning Register of the Planning Authority.

Education, training, experience

Each candidate must, on the latest date for receipt of completed application forms –
(a) have satisfactory experience, in a technician post (GIS/Civil) at Grade II or higher level or in an analogous post under a local authority or health board in the State,
(b) have at least five years satisfactory relevant experience in a technician post (GIS/Civil) at Grade II or higher level or an analogous post,
(c) have a wide knowledge of all the technical aspects of local authority work and also a deeper knowledge of at least one section of the work (ideally GIS),
(d) possess adequate training and experience relating to dealings with other departments within their own organisations and with other bodies, and
(e) have adequate experience in the supervision and control of staff.

Note: Candidates must hold a current valid unendorsed driving licence in respect of category B vehicles and must advise if this is not the case.