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Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Happy Christmas


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Sunday, December 14, 2014

Warehouse/Customer Service Co-ordinator

  • Limerick, Ireland
  • €27,000 compensation
  • Full Time Employment
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Requirements:

  • * 3 to 4 years experience in a similar role.

  • * Advanced Excel skills.

  • * Proficiency in SAP an advantage.

  • * Very strong communication, problem solving, planning and organising skills.

  • * Relevant third level/professional qualification.

  • * In depth understanding of the Transport / Logistics industry. More Information


Saturday, November 29, 2014

Back on Track
Tackling Problem Debt Together

Calculate what's best for you 

Are you struggling with debts? Part paying your bills? Avoiding direct debit? Missing payments? If so, you may be insolvent , but we can help.
 
Here, you’ll find everything you need to get back on track financially, including information on our network of qualified professional advisors who can help protect you from your creditors, or even write off debt that you cannot pay. To find your tailored personal solution, follow the simple steps below. More Information.......

Sunday, November 23, 2014

OPPORTUNITIES
IN THE FINANCIAL SERVICES SECTOR

Skillnet Update
November 25th Northern Trust & Garryowen Rugby Club
-          A group of senior officials from Northern Trust will attend the club house on Tuesday Nov 25th at 6.15pm to outline opportunities available & to engage with those interested in pursuing career development in the financial services sector.
-          For further information contact Geraldine at honsecretary@garryowenrugby.com

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Christmas Networking Event


Invitation to:
Christmas Networking Event
Sponsored By:
Lmerick Chamber Skillnet

The Relevance & Importance of Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace – Understanding your colleagues & your customers.
Followed by networking.

Date: Thursday 11th December 2014

5.30pm - 5.45pm: Registration
5.45pm – 6.45pm: Emotional Intelligence Session
6.45pm-7pm: Break; Tea/coffee finger food
7pm – 8.15pm Facilitated Networking

Venue: Radisson Blu Hotel, Ennis Road, Limerick
Facilitator: Donal Fitzgibbon

COST: Members: Free
Non-Members: €20
The event will take the form of a one hour training session, plus facilitated networking.
This Networking evening is the ideal way for you to establish new contacts, build up and strengthen relationships and keep abreast of issues that could affect your business. Networking is an essential skill for business people. 
Refreshments included.
Places are limited so please book early & bring Business Cards so that you can Network


Bookings to: Rachel rjoyce@limerickchamber.ie 061 217605

Skillnet Update Nov 2014

The following message was received from:
Limerick Chamber Skillnet
96 O’Connell Street
Limerick City

We are happy to advise, The Limerick Chamber Skillnet has secured funding for 2015, we hope you will continue to support our training & activities next year.

For those of you who are not aware of what we do, it is simple. You as a business require training for your employees, we help with sourcing a trainer & we fund a percentage of the cost.

We also provide free training to jobseekers.

So far this year the Limerick Chamber Skillnet has:

·         Trained with 100 companies
·         Trained over 400 employees
·         Provided over 850 days of training to jobseekers 
We are holding a Christmas event on December 11th in Limerick – SEE NEXT POST

-          The Relevance & Importance of Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace
-          Radisson Hotel, Ennis Road Limerick
-          5.30pm to 8pm
-          Free to jobseekers

If you have any questions please contact Anne or myself on 061 217605 or 217608.
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    Tuesday, July 1, 2014

    The 3rd Hunt Annual Lecture:
    delivered by Robert Fisk


    The 3rd Hunt Annual Lecture: Robert Fisk







    As part of 2014 Limerick National City of Culture
    ( together with Waterford Museum of Treasures)
    The Hunt Museum will host:
    Robert Fisk lecture
    'The Institution of Journalism in Times of Conflict' 
    Chaired by Vincent Browne.
     Date/Time :: Friday 04th July 2014 19:00 - 21:00

    Thursday, June 26, 2014

    Limerick City Children’s Services Committee
    Project Support Worker (Jobbridge Internship)

    :: PAUL Partnership – Working together in equal partnership ::
    PAUL Partnership is seeking a motivated and committed intern to provide support to the work of the Children’s Services Committee in Limerick.  Core role will include:

    • Supporting the Parents’ Network
    • Delivering the CSC Communication Plan
    • Provision of Admin and Service Support
    Closing date for receipt of applications is 9th July 3.00 p.m.. More Information

    Wednesday, June 25, 2014

    Full Time Hotel Receptionist at Luxury Four Star Hotel Limerick
    Weekly Salary €550 plus

    Dunraven Arms Hotel

    The succesful applicant will:
    Have excellent guest relation skills, a commitment to high service standards and  good communication skills.

    The successful candidate will:Work with a vibrant team in our front office with all training provided on our Front Office System- Portfolio. 

    This is a full time position with a 39 hour week. 

    Duties will include:
    Telephone answering
    Dealing with guests
    Taking reservations
    Cash handling and the many other challenges of working on a reception desk.
     
    Relevant experience an advantage but not essential. MORE INFORMATION

    Monday, June 23, 2014

    Understanding Bullying 28th June 2014

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    Schedule of CPD Event
    Workshops (Venue: Limerick - TBC)

    7/06/14 Stress & Anxiety
    28/06/14 Understanding Bullying
    16/08/14 Self-Evaluation & Reflective Practices
    06/09/14 Self-Care & Burn-out
    04/10/14 Effective Leadership
    06/12/14 Conflict Resolution
    17/01/15 Adapting to Change
    07/02/15 Assertiveness
    07/03/15 Depression in Teenagers

    18/04/15 Aging with Confidence

    09/05/15 Effective Communication
    13/06/15 Active Citizenship
    15/08/15 Understanding Integration
    05/09/15 Public Speaking/Presentations

    Additional workshops can be scheduled and tailor-made on demand in response to requests for specific topics

    Peer-Mentoring (Venue: Limerick - TBC)
    30/09/14 Tuesday 7-9pm
    21/10/14 Tuesday 7-9pm
    11/11/14 Tuesday 7-9pm
    27/01/15 Tuesday 7-9pm
    24/02/15 Tuesday 7-9pm
    24/03/15 Tuesday 7-9pm
    28/04/15 Tuesday 7-9pm
    26/05/15 Tuesday 7-9pm
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    Resolve Counselling Limited, 27 Garanbawn, Murroe, Co. Limerick
    Directors: Ceara Markham, Adrian Markham

    Incorporated in Ireland ~ Reg.No. 527925  


    Thursday, June 5, 2014

    UL Unemployment Research Survey

    The following is a request received from Mary M. Molloy, Fiona Corrigan, Limerick University 
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    Limerick University has requested us to inform you that they are carrying out a survey of people's experiences of unemployment.  They would greatly appreciate your participation in this survey.  This survey aims to look at the psychological consequences of unemployment in Limerick and environs with a view to reducing the undesirable effects of unemployment on people's mental health.

    This survey applies to both employed and unemployed people.  Mary M. Molloy and Fiona Corrigan of Limerick University are conducting this survey for the purpose of helping people cope better with the consequences of redundancy.  We aim to use this information to inform government on policy in this regard.


    This is the link to the online survey:  
    ww2.unipark.de/uc/experiences-unemployment

    Your name will be included anywhere on the survey and all the information you provide is anonymous and confidential.


    Thank you.


    Mary M. Molloy, Fiona Corrigan

    Limerick University

    email address: molloy.majella.m@gmail.com



    Tuesday, May 6, 2014

    INTREO is a single point of contact
    for all employment and income supports

    Intreo is a new service from the Department of Social Protection. Intreo is a single point of contact for all employment and income supports
    Designed to provide a more streamlined approach, Intreo offers practical, tailored employment services and supports for jobseekers and employers alike. 

    Intreo was formally launched in the Intreo Centre Sligo on the 15th October 2012. Read On

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    Wednesday, March 26, 2014

    Bullying and Corporate Psychopaths at Work: Clive Boddy at TEDxHanzeUniversity

    Inspiring Ted Talk given in Dublin September 2012

    Saturday, March 1, 2014

    New Office at: St Mary's Adult Education Centre, Limerick

    St Mary's Adult Education Centre
    Island Road
    King's Island
    Limerick



    The Redundant Workers Centre wishes to thank the :
    St Mary's Adult Education Centre, Island Road, Kings Island
    (opposite: Spratts Island Stores)
    for placing an office at it's disposal on each:
    Monday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoon from:
    2.00pm - 5.00pm
    Contact Gerry or Fergus at 0894534548



    Wednesday, February 5, 2014

    St Bridget's Day February 1st
    marks the first day of the Celtic Spring

    What has St Bridget to do with flooding you may well ask. It just happens that the Limerick flooding disaster and St Brigid's Feast Day fell on the same date!

    Video put together by Dominick Moloney on Limerick Flooding

    Flood victims need non-perishable items


    Limerick Live95FM
    Wednesday 5 February 2014



    Cereals, non-perishable foods and cleaning materials.
    That's what St Munchin's Community Centre is appealing for to help the flood victims.
    Donations from members of the public, as well as the centre's suppliers and other businesses have been pouring in to help the hundreds of people affected by the flooding at the weekend.

    Tuesday, February 4, 2014

    Monday, February 3, 2014

    Dedicated Welfare Officers deployed to flood-affected areas in Limerick

    Monday 3 February 2014

    Dedicated Community Welfare Officers have been deployed to flood-affected areas in Limerick.
    Three officers attached to the Department of Social Protection are operating out of Ballynanty Health Centre from 10am each day, offering assistance to those affected by the floods.
    HSE Mid-West Area Manager is Bernard Gloster:

    Live 95 FM News Interview with Bernard Gloster

    The Limerick City Council 

    Emergency Contact telephone number: 061 417833.

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    Dáil debates Thursday, 16 January 2014  2:35pm

    Phil Hogan (Minister, Department of Environment, Community and Local Government :

    Recent Severe Storm Damage: Statements  

    Department of Social Protection officials, through their exceptional and urgent needs payments systems, provide immediate support to households affected by emergencies. These payments cover immediate needs such as clothing, food, bedding and emergency accommodation. The Department of Social Protection also has a humanitarian assistance scheme to assist people whose homes are damaged by flooding. This is means tested and is intended to assist those who are not in a position to meet costs for essential needs, household items and, in some instances, structural repair as a result of the flooding damage.  Read complete statement....

     


    Devastating cost to families and homes in wake of floods

    Andrew Carey
    andrew@limerickpost.ie  
    February 3, 2014


    Limerick Flood 009OVER 2,000 homes, more than 300 people in an area covering 200 acres with flood water being pumped out at a rate of 1,300 gallons per minute.
    Those were the figures attached to the devastation caused by the unprecedented flooding in parts of Limerick with the people, families and homes of St Mary’s Park some of the worst affected.
    But numbers aside, the emotional, let alone the financial cost that this flooding has brought to people throughout the city and county is much more than than can be calculated. Read on.......
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    The Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Midwest is available to assist those who have been affected by recent flooding. If we can help in anyway please contact:
    • SVP Ennis on 065 6824188
    • SVP Limerick on 061 317327 (office hours) or 087 985 68 96 anytime  Read on .....
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    Safety Message from Inter-Agency Flood Response Team 
    Always assume flood water is contaminated.
    Do not underestimate the depth changing as road surfaces or manhole covers may be damaged.
    Avoid contact with flood water if possible.
    If you have to walk through a flood water do not then bring the content into an un flooded part of your home.
    Destroy any food that has come into contact with flood water.
    Do not let children play in flood water.
    Consider where toys have come into contact with flood water.
    Personal hygiene and particularly hand hygiene are extremely important in a flood area.
    If you have any cuts or grazes cover them with a plaster.
    Only come into contact with flood water where unavoidable or necessary and for the shortest period of time.
    Avoid river banks and areas under water which may be damaged.
    Keep electrical cables out of water.
    Take the advice of the emergency services throughout the flood.
    Contact 999 or 0614178333 if you require assistance.


    Government to consider seeking EU Flood Relief Funds

    Up-to-date account of the Scale of the Flood Damage
    will be presented by Minister for State Brian Hayes
    to Cabinet next Tuesday.
    Mr Hayes is this afternoon meeting Limerick City and County Council staff at a control centre in Dooradoyle.
    Locals whose homes have been affected are seeking assurances that steps will be taken to avoid a repeat of recent flooding in the city.
    Mr Hayes said the €10m set aside for humanitarian aid relief may have to be extended in the wake of the flooding.
    Speaking on RTÉ's Morning Ireland, he said the fund may not be enough to cover the number of homeowners requiring help. Read On......

    Monday, January 20, 2014

    Update: Redundant Workers Centre

    The former premises of the Redundant Workers Centre at 8 Lock Quay, Dublin Road, Limerick was vacated on Friday 17th January, 2014.
    As of today Monday 20th January, 2014 we may be contacted at:

    Gerry Hinchy 
    Redundant Workers Centre
    16 New Road
    Clancy Park
    Limerick
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    Contact:
    Mobs: 0857230644/0863609793
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    Wednesday, January 8, 2014

    January 28th Goal Setting – Free Workshop

     Limerick Chamber Skillnet is pleased to confirm our next workshop taking place:
    Tuesday January 28th on Goal Setting.

    Date: January 28th Goal Setting – Free Workshop
    Time: 9.30am to 12.30pm
    Venue: Casa Nostra Mount Kenneth Limerick

    Topics covered will include:
    • Focus on the import things 
    • Make right choices
    • Focus & finish a task
    • Make progress
    Contact Rachel Joyce to book a place: rjoyce@limerickchamber.ie or phone 061 217605
    Limerick Chamber Skillnet
    96 O’Connell Street 
    Limerick City
    061 415180
    www.limerickskillnet.ie
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