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Production Operators - Athlone  

BroadBean - Westmeath (+1 location)

Production Operators Athlone Manpower have an exciting opportunity for anyone interested in working in a manufacturing environment as a production operator in Athlone. We are delighted to be building Production Operator work...

from: neuvoo.ie - Yesterday

Production Operator  

Cpl - Arklow, Wicklow

Job Description YOUR ROLE Reporting to the Production Supervisor, the Production Operator will perform day to day production duties in compliance with all company policies and procedures and national Production Operator opportunity...

from: neuvoo.ie - 3 days ago

Lead Engineer  

Dublin, Ireland

in class delivery practices and tooling, then Openet wants to hear from you!. The Customer Support & Operational Enablement (CSOE) team provides Openet’s telecom operator customers with Production production operator waterford...

from: jobleads.ie - 3 days ago

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Production Operator (Packaging)  

Mylan - Sutton, Dublin

If you want to be part of a global health care company that is making a difference and changing lives, Mylan may be the place for you... shift production operator...

from: neuvoo.ie - Yesterday

Production Operator (HE)  

Hovione - Cork, Cork

company offering such a broad range of services. We are currently recruiting for the following position in Cork - Production Operator This is a Fixed Term Contract. Support Hovione achieve positive customer manufacturing process operator...

from: neuvoo.ie - 2 days ago

Production Group Leader  

Dublin, Ireland

: Ensures that the Quality of the product produced in the assigned area meets established guidelines and expectations. Monitors, records and tracks production and works closely with technicians/operators pharmaceutical production operator...

from: jobleads.ie - 25 days ago

PRODUCTION OPERATOR  

Advertiser.ie - Galway, County Galway

This is an opportunity to develop your career in a leading multinational. Email your CV to Eileen Kelly at ekelly@careerwise.ie Additional... pharmaceutical production operator...

from: neuvoo.ie - 6 days ago

Shift Manager  

ICDS Group - County Westmeath

shift. Ensure the timely issuing of internal reports which are used to determine the production area performance. Ensure Cell Leaders and General Operators are trained in manufacturing procedures production operator mixing exp...

from: neuvoo.ie - Yesterday

Production Operator  

CPL Recruitment - Cork City

oBe an effective communicator and have decision makingskills, with a ‘can-do’ attitude who can work independentlyor as part of a team... production operator carlow... Negotiable

from: cpljobs.com - 17 days ago

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Day Shift Production Operators  

International Staffing Solutions - Naas, Kildare

Naas . per hour Temporary Job Description: Our client in a busy production facility in Naas has vacancies for general operators to work am - .pm Monday - Friday The role requires lifting and working pharmaceutical production operator dublin... 10.10 per hour

from: neuvoo.ie - 5 days ago


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  • am I legally allowed to have a second job? Newindublin

    Hi,

    I just landed in Dublin for a full time job working for an IT company 8 hours a day. Today I have found another part-time job 20 hours a week in a restaurant.

    I am legally allowed in Ireland to have 2 jobs? I know i will pay a lot of taxes but this is not a problem

    Thank you !

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  • Should I work here for ever? ANXIETY ADVICE?? Ted

    Hope someone reads this … I’ve been a production operator for two years now. I don’t see myself growing in this company and don’t get me wrong I like working in this kind of environment but I need a bigger challenge. And now you are all probably thinking: Maybe go to another company where I can assume more responsibilities? I know, the thing is that I’m terrified of leaving my job. I’m afraid to change and I get really bad anxiety. But at the same time I get anxiety by thinking I’ll be working here forever…. Any advice?

    • Erika:

      Wow.. I’m so sorry you are in this situation. If I were you I’d first look for a job and in the interview ask for chances to grow you career. Once you find it if you are still on the fence talk to your actual boss and tell him/hem that you love being here but you need to grow, you’ve been working in the same place for 2 years and you want new challenges. Also make sure to mention that if that is not possible you have a job offer waiting for you. Just be honest and nice. Who knows! Maybe they give you more responsibilities or maybe you love even more your new job in the other company!

    • Cat:

      Hello , I also suffer from anxiety and I know how hard is to feel you need to change something even though you don’t like change. But if you do nothing you are letting anxiety win. I really like Erika's advice. Try to move on and find something else where they assure you career growth (or maybe a higher position) and once you get the job if you are still on the fence talk to you current boss and let them know why this is happening. This way you can only win because either way you’ll get a better job !!

    • Nuguelo:

      Morning everyone, yeah agreed with previous comments but again isn't easy decision essentially when over 40 became more stressful and scared to make a change, but important things believing your capacity and confidence or be positive any situation, spirit of victory doesn't matter you young age or over 40 y.0. I believe u can get a change for goodand move on for where u will feel v. Happy even for same money you get from previous both.
      I remember, was working at Mango shop in Belfast town and closed down and I was looking for new job in 2007, no English speaking 100% at time, I went local jobcentre I saw optical Laboratory technician job open, and I applied and I had no experience that time and I went interview positively, she/ consultant asked if give me job if I can learned I said I can try and I started learned, became one of best glazer at cutting edge machines and blocking area I completed 10 years with same boss/company 10/2017, but if I decide to make new change I will not be afraid also I had plenty experience in packing and industrial operator machines, retails important good attitude band and positive spirit of win new job and learning anything quicker.
      sorry I wrote a lots, 15/01/2018 thanks everyone, take care, Nuguelo.

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