Job Vacancies: Deli and Cafe staff required at The Cope Dungloe

first_imgJob Vacancies: The Cope Dungloe, one of the North West’s most well-established retailers, has excellent opportunities in the deli and cafe department:We are looking to expand our grocery business and we are looking to recruit a high calibre, self-motivated Café and Deli Manager and also highly motivated Deli and Café personnel.Deli & Café Manager – Full timeThe successful candidate will be responsible for the day to day management of a busy café and deli set in a bustling grocery store.Experience Required:• A minimum of two years’ experience in a deli or kitchen environment essential, experience at amanager level would be an advantage.• Excellent leadership skills: Must be able to manage and develop a team.• Experience in a demanding and energetic role with an ability to work at a high intensity.• Stock and ordering systems and procedures.• Ability to maximise sales and margin whilst minimising waste. Key Skills and Responsibilities:• An ability to manage, coach, mentor, develop and motivate the deli team.• Flexible with proven ability in managing all aspects of a deli and café.• To have a strong work ethic, strive to be the best and lead by example.• Ensure full compliance with all food hygiene policies, HACCP and Health & Safety requirements.• Creating and maximising promotions to encourage sales and footfall.• The ability to strive towards increased sales and targets and outperform set targets.• Have excellent interpersonal skills and an ability to maintain high levels of customer service satisfaction.• Ability to create and implement menus and product offerings.• Ability to maintain and improve department standards.Deli Assistants – Variable Hours (Part time)The successful candidate(s) will ideally have experience in a similar customer facing environment and possess excellent customer service skills.Responsibilities and Requirements:• Dealing with customers and providing excellent customer service in order to maximise salesand customer retention• Fluent & Articulate English Speaker• Ability to work on own initiative on a daily basis and follow instructions essential.• A good working knowledge of computers• Ability to cook and clean essential and previous HACCP qualification would be advantageous.• Ability to converse in Irish (preferred) but not essential• Flexibility and availability in terms of working hours essential.If you think you have what it takes to be part of a successful team, please apply with full C.V andcovering letter to:Email: or Mail: H.R Officer, The Cope, Main Street, Dungloe, Co. DonegalCLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS Friday 27th April 2018 Job Vacancies: Deli and Cafe staff required at The Cope Dungloe was last modified: April 18th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:CafédeliJob VacanciesThe Cope Dungloelast_img read more


first_imgSinn Féin councillor Jack Murray has welcomed unanimous support for his motion which called for all housing developments with wastewater treatment problems in Donegal to be registered by the council as ‘in seriously problematic condition’ so that they may be exempted from any property tax.Cllr Murray said: “I welcome the unanimous support for my motion which, I believe, will provide protection for home owners in unfinished estates from future property taxes.“I moved the motion as I am aware of a number of developments in Inishowen which, while signed off by the council as having met all planning conditions, have developed serious problems with their wastewater treatment plants. “Some sewage plants have collapsed to a point that effluent has flown down their streets from overflowing manholes. The residents in these developments have confirmed, through the HSE, that there are serious health risks in these developments.“I am aware of a development which must empty their system on a fortnightly basis at a cost of €1300, just to stop it from overflowing. They is becoming an unbearable financial burden for the residents.“However, as the council has signed off on the development, it was deemed to be finished and is liable to property taxes.“Now however, with the passing of this motion, I am hopeful that they will be exempted from these taxes. “This is a small step in the fight to have problematic estates fixed to a standard that families deserve. It is also a small step in the fight against unjust property charges.” COUNCILLORS BACK MOTION TO EXEMPT UNFINISHED ESTATES FROM PROPERTY TAXES was last modified: December 2nd, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:COUNCILLORS BACK MOTION TO EXEMPT UNFINISHED ESTATES FROM PROPERTY TAXESlast_img read more

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first_img5. Maastricht, Netherlands from £30Cheapest return flights in: NovemberOk, so there’s not a great deal of glamour about Maastricht. It may not impress your colleagues as much as saying you’re off to the Maldives, but you can get return flights for £30, so it’s got that going for it. Time your visit for the Wednesday morning market in Markt Square, or for fish fans, Fridays at Boschstraat Market is the plaice to be (sorry!). 4. Turin, Italy from £48Cheapest return flights in: NovemberNext to Neapolitan pizza, Turin’s Fiat 500 has got to be one of Italy’s most famous exports. Four-wheeled icons are not all that Italy’s fourth largest city specialises in. Visitors flock to the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist to gaze upon the Turin Shroud, believed to bear the imprint of Christ’s face on his way to the cross. Take a break from all that racing around with a gelato from Pepino, the first parlour to put ice cream on a stick and dip it in chocolate. 3. Riga, Latvia from £37Cheapest return flights in: FebruaryNow that the stag do boom has waned, the more civilised attractions of Latvia’s capital are coming to the fore. Riga has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in recognition of its world-class collection of Jugendstil (German Art Nouveau) architecture. Take a trip to the top of St Peter’s Church for an incredible 360 view of this Baltic beauty. It’s also got a more modern side, seen here with this view on the River Daugava. 2. Lisbon, Portugal from £43Cheapest return flights in JanuarySurrounded by sheer hillsides, Lisbon is a colourful city with heavenly pastries to tempt those with a sweet tooth; beautiful Gothic cathedrals, ancient monasteries and museums brimming with artefacts. Whether you take the cobbled streets on foot or hop on a canary yellow tram, the scenery is gorgeous and you’re never far from fresh bread served in local fadistas. ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Mapcenter_img 6. Malaga, Spain from £30Cheapest return flights in: NovemberAs anyone who’s visited will tell you, the quickest way to the coast of the Costa Del Sol is to head straight from Malaga airport down the N340. But while the Malaga car rental desks are the first port of call for those desperate to reach the beach, out-of-season visitors to southern Spain should stop right there to explore Malaga itself. Check out our local’s guide for some great tips on what to do and where to eat.More: 10 best things to do in Malaga: a local’s guideOur Malaga local shows us around and shares her inside tips for the capital of the Costa del Sol. The clocks have changed, but cheer yourself up by planning a cheap break this autumn or winter. First step: book your flight. Here are six flights, all under £60 return, to take you on a dream getaway. Or at least a cheap getaway.1. Marrakech, Morocco from £44Cheapest return flights in: DecemberHow ridiculously cheap is this? That’s a deal and a half to take you to the full-on craziness of Marrakech. While some may be overawed by sights such as Djemaa el-Fna, you can at least take a break from the constant hustle, bustle (and heat for much of the year) by staying in a secluded riad – ‘a traditional Moroccan house or palace with an interior garden or courtyard’. Many riad owners will pick up from the airport, to ease you into your visit before you hit up the souks and snake charmers. Related6 amazing value surprisingly cheap flights to exciting destinationsSix amazingly good value flights to exciting, relatively faraway places – all (but one) under £65 return this autumn.6 flights for £60: great getaways to beat the back-to-work bluesFrom Malaga to Marrakech, Skyscanner brings you six flights for under £60.Where to go on holiday in OctoberHalloween is around the corner, the last leaves are tenaciously clinging to the branches and the coffee shops are whipping out the pumpkin spice syrup. Summer might be over, but that doesn’t mean the holidays need to be. Check out the Skyscanner guide to the best cities, beaches, and events…last_img read more