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Found 4 jobs
    • Roscommon
    • Negotiable
    • Posted 2 days ago

    Looking for an experienced Payroll Specialist to look after the processing of the monthly payroll for a well established company based in Athlone. Key Responsibilities: Ensuring the accurate and timely end to end processing of the monthly payroll for the Company Accurately calculating and processing BIK deductions for a significant Company fleet...

    • Roscommon
    • Negotiable
    • Posted 6 days ago

    New role for an experienced Fundraising Manager to work for a well-known charity based in Athlone. Key responsibilities: Implement the  fundraising strategy to achieve targets and increase the profile of the organisation in line with the overall fundraising plan and strategy. Review and adjust the fundraising plan, if appropriate, on an annual b...

    • Roscommon
    • Negotiable
    • Posted 13 days ago

    We are expanding in Athlone and looking for a recruiter to join our team! This role will focus on full cycle recruitment including business development and sourcing activities.  ​What does the day job look like? End to end management of the recruitment processes for jobs Consulting with all levels of candidates as to relevant job opportunities R...

    • Roscommon
    • Negotiable
    • Posted 25 days ago

    Looking for an experienced Payroll Manager to look after the processing of the monthly payroll for a well established company based in Athlone. Key Responsibilities: Ensuring the accurate and timely end to end processing of the monthly payroll for the Company Accurately calculating and processing BIK deductions for a significant Company fleet Ad...

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County Roscommon is a landlocked county in Ireland’s central north. In its centre, Strokestown Park has a Georgian Palladian mansion, plus walled gardens featuring a lily pond and a fernery. Also on site is the Irish National Famine Museum, which recounts the effects of the 1840s potato blight.