Wednesday, 31 January 2018

DOCK OPERATIVE



Applicants are invited to apply for the Dock Operative vacancy within the Operations Department at Marine Terminals Limited, Dublin. This is an initial 6 month Fixed-Term Contract and there are multiple positions available.
Role Purpose: To work within a team to carry out operations efficiently, effectively and in a safe manner, ensuring on-time delivery of planned activity, continuous flow of productivity and high customer satisfaction levels
The Dock Operative role will include the following responsibilities:
-Operate plant and machinery as required for the Container Cargo Handling Operations 
-Carry out pre-checks on plant, machinery and equipment prior to commencing operation 
-Support the Maintenance department as required 
-Assist with container lashing and twist locks as required 
-Report plant, machinery and equipment defects to the Maintenance department without delay 
-Demonstrate commitment to multi-skilled activity where appropriate and being involved with all aspects of operations 
-Facilitate with the mooring and unmooring of vessels as required 
-Communicate information to the Shift Supervisor in an accurate and clear manner 
-Deliver a safe personal working culture under the Peel Ports' Safety365 Golden Rules
Applicants interested in this role should ideally possess the following skills and experience:
-Previous experience of operating heavy mobile plant and machinery such as cranes, container handlers, forklift trucks and tug and trailers would be desirable 
-Experience working within a Port environment and/or vessel discharge would be considered an advantage 
-Capable of working effectively under pressure in a business critical environment 
-A positive and flexible approach to working hours 
-Commitment to maintaining Health and Safety standards, as well as demonstrating compliance to safety policies and procedures 
-Ability to work at heights and willingness to work within a sometimes dusty environment 
-Effective communication and team work skills 
-A full, valid Republic of Ireland Driving Licence or equivalent is essential
In return you will receive:
-25 days of annual leave 
-Company Pension with matching contributions of up to 10% 
-Life Assurance 
-Development through training 
-Attractive salary sacrifice schemes for new car, bike, iPad etc. 
-Company Medicash 
-Referral Bonus 
-Discounted Cinema Tickets 
-Free Parking


GENERAL OPERATIVE / DRIVER

Applicants are invited to apply for the General Operative/Driver vacancy within the Containers Department, based at Dublin Containers Limited. There are multiple, permanent, full-time positions available.
Role Purpose: To provide first class labour supply and cargo handling services for all customers, including the handling and transportation of Containers on & off lorries, and to & from storage areas.
The General Operative/Driver role will include the following responsibilities:
-Provide first class labour supply and cargo handling services for all customers 
-Ensure safe, careful and efficient vessel load/discharge in accordance with safe systems of work 
-Consistently produce work to an accurate standard to meet targets required within the department 
-Ensure performance within the department is kept at a high standard and customers instructions are precisely met 
-Ensure all incidents/accidents and customer complaints are reported and correct paperwork completed to a satisfactory standard 
-Liaise with operations management to ensure tasks are identified and carried out to meet customer requirements 
-Remain flexible and reactive to changing operational requirements 
-Be mindful of cost management within daily activities (energy, consumables, housekeeping) 
-Adhere to company operating procedures to ensure safe, effective and efficient operation of the department 
-Conduct container handling duties that may include but not limited to M&R for containers, counterbalance fork truck driving, Tug Master and various shunting operations
Applicants interested in this role should ideally possess the following skills and experience:
-Good understanding of Health & Safety best practice 
-Knowledge of Transport and Container operations is ideal but not essential 
-Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal 
-A full, valid Republic of Ireland driving licence or equivalent is essential 
-Ability to adapt to varying customer requirements 
-Proven experience of multi-tasking ensuring deadlines are adhered to

WORKSHOP OPERATIVE

Applicants are invited to apply for the Workshop Operative vacancy within the Containers Department, based at Dublin Containers Limited, Dublin.
Role Purpose: To provide Maintenance and Repair across Dublin Container sites. To contribute to a professional service to M&R infrastructure.
The Workshop Operative role will include the following responsibilities:
-Liaise with the Workshop Supervisor to determine resource availability and work to level the workforce 
-Work with Team Leaders and Technicians for solutions around first time fix, response times and other process improvement opportunities 
-Principle contact and liaison between the Maintenance department and Operational teams 
-Ensure areas in which you are assigned receive professional Maintenance service in a timely manner 
-Support the management team with any requests within knowledge and capability 
-Be the communication link with the office for significant and high business consequence issues 
-Review work to be performed and consult Supervisors, Originators, Operations and Stores as necessary 
-Undertake any other duties necessary within competence and capability to ensure the needs of the business are met 
-Work to agreed personal and team objectives
Applicants interested in this role should ideally possess the following skills and experience:
-Some technical (mechanical or electrical M&R equipment) ability, ideally on steal / woodwork equipment to support the M&R Workshop 
-Must have the ability to create and deliver efficient and effective plans and have knowledge of planning tools and techniques 
-Ability to effectively manage, develop and drive the M&R workshop workflows 
-Ability to work on own initiative, plan, and organise demanding workload 
-Knowledge of Health and Safety regulations 
-Some maritime knowledge / experience in Containers would be advantageous 
-A full, valid Republic of Ireland driving licence or equivalent is essential
In return you will receive:
-25 days of annual leave 
-Company Pension with matching contributions of up to 10% 
-Life Assurance 
-Development through training 
-Attractive salary sacrifice schemes for new car, bike, iPad etc. 
-Company Medicash 
-Referral Bonus 
-Discounted Cinema Tickets 
-Free Parking
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