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Horse Racing Ireland (HRI) is a commercial semi-state body whose mission is to develop and promote Ireland as a world centre of excellence for horse racing and breeding. Our people and their passion for what they do is at the heart of our core values: Respect, Ambition, Empowerment, Excellence, Integrity, Pride & Passion
Horse Racing Ireland is seeking to recruit an IT
Support Technician to work within the IT Department. Reporting to the IT Infrastructure & Network
role will be responsible for the provision of quality technical support service
to the end users throughout the Horse Racing Ireland (HRI) Group.
The Key Responsibilities include:
The Ideal Candidate Will Have:
qualified or equivalent. At least 1-2 years’ experience as a computer technician
or similar role in a similar environment. Excellent troubleshooting skills. Good
communication and report writing skills. A thorough knowledge of computer
system and IT components. Experience with LAN/WAN networks. Ability to problem
solve and promote best practices in IT, with an eagerness to learn. Excellent organisational
skills and experience managing multiple tasks simultaneously, in a time
level of flexibility is required for this role as it may involve providing support
or completing ad hoc work during evenings and weekends.
you are interested in this vacancy, please send your curriculum vitae, to [email protected] by close of business
on 24th January 2020.
The Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board (IHRB) is the Regulatory Body
for horseracing in Ireland. The IHRB is responsible for the integrity and
reputation of Irish horseracing. It is also responsible for the licensing of
all participants in Irish racing.
wishes to recruit a Junior Administrative Assistant reporting to the Licencing
Department Manager on a two year fixed term contract basis. The primary
function will be to support the licencing team in the delivery of the
be considered for this position you will need excellent administration skills,
strong attention to detail and be able to work as part of a dynamic team in the
Licencing Department as well as working on your own initiative. You will need
excellent inter-personal and communication skills with the ability to build
strong working relationships across the organisation and externally. The role
may also involve some Bank Holiday work.
Knowledge & Experience required
Anyone interested in being considered for the position should submit a comprehensive
CV and a covering letter clearly setting out why they feel they should be
considered. Applications should be sent by post or email to:
Ann Whelan, IHRB, The Curragh, Co.
Kildare. Email: [email protected]
The closing date
for applications is Wednesday 29th January, 2020
IHRB is an equal opportunities employer
The IHRB is now seeking to recruit full / part-time
Stewards’ Secretaries to meet current and future anticipated requirements
within the organisation.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
Reporting to the Head of Stewarding, the
person(s) appointed will carry out the role of Stewards’ Secretary but may also
be required to work in other areas.
Primary responsibilities will include:
How to Apply
Candidates wishing to be considered for the positions
should submit a covering letter setting out why they are suitable for the role with
a comprehensive CV, by post or email to:
Whelan, Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board, The Curragh, Co. Kildare.
The closing date for applications is Friday, 31st January 2020
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