Job Vacancy: The Cope Dungloe seeks Children’s Play Area Manager

first_imgJob Vacancy: An excellent opportunity exists in one of the North West’s most well-established retailers.The Cope Dungloe are looking for an energetic and well-organised Manager to join and lead their successful team in An Club Beag.This is a full-time position. Children’s Play Area Manager Duties:• To ensure the effective running of the play area.• To ensure the safety and security of children in the soft play area.• Manage and motivate a team. • Carrying out company policies, standards and guidelines.• Dealing with customer queries, bookings & telephone queries.• Marketing and Social Media updates.Candidate:• Excellent face to face customer service experience, preferably in a similar role. • An individual with excellent interpersonal and communication skills.• Ability to work on initiative.• Ability to motivate a team.• A computer-literate individual with a knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook etc.). • Ability to manage other team members’ rota’s and work schedules.• Ability to communicate with other Department Managers and senior management.Preferred Abilities and Qualifications:• HACCP qualification in food safety or equivalent.• Recognised First Aid at Work qualification• Good administration and sales techniques• A qualification in Childcare preferred but not essential.If you would like to apply for this role, please send your CV and Cover Letter to careers@thecope.ie or by post to HR Department, The Cope, Main Street, Dungloe, Co. Donegal.Closing date for applications: Sunday 18th June 2017 at 6pmJob Vacancy: The Cope Dungloe seeks Children’s Play Area Manager was last modified: June 13th, 2017 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:jobManagerThe Cope DungloeVacancylast_img read more

Listen: Gavin Cullen ‘probably satisfied’ as Cockhill draw in Letterkenny

first_imgGAVIN Cullen, the Cockhill Celtic player-manager, admitted that his side were second best in today’s drawn encounter with Letterkenny Rovers.Given that Rovers had been on top over the 90 minutes, Cullen was happy to take a 0-0 stalemate back to Inishowen.“I never set the stall out to take a point anywhere,” Cullen told Donegal Daily/Donegal Sport Hub.  “The way the game went and Letterkenny were good value, we’re delighted with the point.”Rovers had the game’s best chances, but Cockhill claimed a third clean sheet of the League season.Cullen said: “Letterkenny were better. They were more hungry and they had more will to win. They probably had to win more than ourselves. Letterkenny probably deserved to win by two or three.“We were down a lot of bodies, but boys stood up. We weren’t good enough in the final third and we didn’t deserve to win the match because of that.” Listen to the full interview below …Listen: Gavin Cullen ‘probably satisfied’ as Cockhill draw in Letterkenny was last modified: December 1st, 2019 by Chris McNultyShare 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:Cockhill CelticGavin CullenLetterkenny RoversUlster Senior Leaguelast_img read more

‘I said f*** off’ – Wayne Rooney row led to Sir Alex threatening to kill Eriksson

first_img getty images Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ 2 Sky Sports presenter apologises for remarks made during Neville’s racism discussion Sven-Goran Eriksson has revealed the full extent of his incredible bust-up with Sir Alex Ferguson in 2006 – with the former Manchester United boss threatening to ‘kill him’ over Wayne Rooney’s inclusion in his World Cup squad that summer.The striker was recovering from a fractured metatarsal prior to the tournament in Germany, but was still included in Eriksson’s 23-man squad for the tournament despite major doubts over his fitness. Sven-Goran Eriksson was England manager for five years, and was in charge for two World Cups and one European Championship 2 MOST READ IN FOOTBALL ‘I’ll get him’ – Robertson further endears himself to fans with revenge vow to Mane GETTY “And he was screaming. Whenever he got like that . . . it has no meaning.“That’s why I was, ‘Alex, I will pick Rooney. Now, have a nice holiday. Ciao, bye.’”Ferguson’s concerns over Rooney were ultimately justified, with the striker delivering a series of flat and lethargic performances at the tournament to home goalless.The 71-year-old Eriksson has since gone on to manage the likes of Premier League duo Manchester City and Leicester City since leaving his role with the Three Lions in July 2006, also having stints with the Ivory Coast and most recently the Philippines national team. revealed LATEST The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 center_img SORRY Steve Round reveals how Mikel Arteta convinced him to join Arsenal staff appointed latest scrap TOP WORK Gerrard launches furious touchline outburst as horror tackle on Barisic sparks chaos PAYBACK Sir Alex Ferguson took no prisoners during his stint as Manchester United boss, with Eriksson feeling the full wrath of one of his rants Ferguson had made it clear to the Swede he wanted Rooney to be omitted from the squad, but Eriksson ignored those calls and then felt the wrath of his managerial counterpart when he refused to buckle on his stance.“With Alex, the amazing thing was it was seven o’clock in the morning or earlier. Always. When he was angry,” Eriksson told The Sunday Times.“And never ‘Hello Sven, how are you?’ It was “whuurssshhhh” [yelling]. I thought he should kill me.“He said, ‘I will kill you. You are finished’. But I represented England and you have to stand up.“What’s right is right and what’s wrong is wrong and when you say ‘Don’t pick Rooney because I’m going to kill you’ . . . I said, ‘F*** off, what’s going on with you?’ Liverpool transfer news live: Star man wanted by Real Madrid, Mbappe latest and more Liverpool’s signings under Michael Edwards – will Minamino be the next big hit?last_img read more

Graeme Murty leaves Rangers after Celtic defeat

first_imgMurty had moved into the top job from his role as Development Squad boss and was asked to steady the ship after Caixinha’s short spell had ended in disappointment for the club. He had previously served as caretaker manager following Mark Warburton’s departure last season. Initially in place on a game-by-game basis, Murty was given the role until the end of the season after Derek McInnes rejected Rangers’ overtures. Results including back-to-back wins over Aberdeen saw him gain some backing from fans to continue and he expressed his interest in taking the job permanently. A statement from Dave King before the Scottish Cup semi-final hinted Murty would not get the role and, after the Hampden defeat to Celtic, news emerged of the club’s interest in Steven Gerrard. Murty admitted in a pre-match interview at Celtic Park the build-up and focus on Gerrard had been difficult for him personally but he expected the players to give a good account of themselves to delay Celtic winning the title. After the heavy defeat, nobody at Rangers appeared to speak to the media and within 48 hours Murty’s time as manager came to an end. Graeme Murty has left his role as manager of Rangers following the 5-0 defeat to Celtic on Sunday.The 43-year-old had stepped into the Ibrox hotseat following the sacking of Pedro Caixinha in October and was to be in place until the end of the season but has departed with three games to go as they push for a second-place finish in the Premiership. That remains a possibility but Sunday’s result leaves the club in third place, three points behind Aberdeen and level with Hibernian with visits to play both sides still to come. The heavy defeat to their rivals at Celtic Park also came two weeks after a 4-0 defeat to the same opposition in the Scottish Cup semi-final at Hampden. last_img read more

Rogic returns to Celtic line-up for Rosenborg test

first_imgTom Rogic has been restored to Celtic’s starting line-up to face Rosenborg, while skipper Scott Brown is on the bench.Attacking midfielder Rogic missed the Hoops’ weekend win over Hamilton after a long-haul trip away on international duty with Australia.But he takes Olivier Ntcham’s starting spot in Trondheim after manager Brendan Rodgers hailed the Aussie’s performances in training ahead of the match.Celtic had been hopeful Brown would be fit to also start the crunch Europa League tie, but the former Scotland captain takes his place on the bench. Odsonne Edouard leads the line once again. Rogic is the only change to the starting 11 which prevailed against Accies on Saturday.Craig Gordon starts in goals, with Mikel Lustig, Filip Benkovic, Dedryck Boyata and Kieran Tierney at the back.Callum McGregor plays a deeper midfield role once again, from which he will look to supply playmakers Ryan Christie and Rogic.Scotland hero James Forrest is on the right as the winger looks to continue his red-hot form, while Scott Sinclair keeps his place on the left.last_img read more

Education Scholarship Due March 3 for Salem Students

first_imgThe Salem Education Foundation Dollars for Scholars Dr. Edgar and Elinor DeJean Lion Legacy scholarship is taking applications.Applications are due March 3. This scholarship for Salem High School graduates is renewable for up to four years and the amount increases each year. Students need to log into their Dollars for Scholars account and update their application.They also need a letter of recommendation from a professor and need to attach a college transcript. Students must be enrolled full time in college and pursuing their first bachelor’s degree.The student should email Counselor Jennifer Martin to let her know that he/she is applying so she can forward the info to the Dollars for Scholars Scholarship committee. The scholarship will be awarded on April 7 at the Lion Legacy Dinner at Salem High School.last_img read more

New disabled parking signs designed for Donegal

first_imgIt has been confirmed that 50 new signs will be installed across county Donegal highlighting the fines for illegally parking in disabled bays.Ten signs will be erected in key areas in the five Municipal Districts of Donegal.The signs were custom-made for Donegal after calls came from the public and county Councillors to have signage elevated above ground and to display the fine cost of €150. Since there is no such signage provided for in the Traffic Signs Manual from the Department of Transport, the council has come up with the non-standard signage below and are having them manufactured, according to Betty Holmes of Donegal Action for Cancer Care. The DACC brought the issue to the council through Cllr Gary Doherty and Cllr Jack Murray back in March 2018.The group has welcomed the adoption of the councillors’ motion and the update that plans are underway to erect the signs before the year end. DACC had originally called for signs to be erected in all disabled parking bays, but this is subject to funding. Ms Holmes said: “DACC have kept the pressure on and followed up on this as it was agreed that it would happen within 6 months. We are happy it will now happen.”DACC was told that the County Council are funding the 10 signs in each Municipal District through existing budgets. Further funding would be required to provide such signage at all spaces. Ms Holmes added: “DACC will now be writing to Donegal County Council and indeed the County Councillors in each of the Municipal Districts to ensure that funding is secured in the budgets to ensure that more signage is erected next year to cover the county.“DACC are all voluntary and unpaid but we will continue to work hard like we always do.”  New disabled parking signs designed for Donegal was last modified: October 9th, 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:DACCdisabled parking signDonegal County Councillast_img read more

Zoho Introduces Chat 2.0

first_imgThe new Zoho Chat 2.0 is no dumbed-down client. It offers most of the features that you have come to expect from your IM desktop applications. You can send files, record your chat history, customize your theme, and more – just like regular IM apps allow. It does a few cool tricks, too. For example, you can type in a new event in the chat bar at the bottom of Zoho Calendar to create a new appointment on the fly. In Zoho Meeting, you can launch desktop sharing with others from within the IM application. (Windows only for now.)The chat tool is also able to send you notifications from activities that take place within Zoho itself, including document sharing notifications, unread chat messages and more – definitely a handy feature. Future releases for chat include plans to introduce even more IM networks, most notably Skype. This release represents a major upgrade of the chat application in Zoho. Current Zoho users can try Chat 2.0 here as of today: chat.zoho.com. Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting sarah perez Zoho, the web office company that competes with Google’s online tools (and does so quite well), has introduced a new feature to their online suite of productivity applications: Zoho Chat 2.0. Built atop the original Zoho Chat platform, this iteration now integrates all the major instant messaging networks. But a multi-protocol IM client is not the big news – it’s the fact that Zoho Chat 2.0 is integrated within the majority of the company’s applications to allow for real-time collaboration with colleagues. In Zoho Chat 2.0, you now have the ability to connect with others – both Zoho users and not – on IM networks like Yahoo!, Google Chat, MSN/Windows Live, AIM, ICQ, and any network that supports Jabber. The chat application itself can be launched from within nearly every Zoho online application with the exception of Creator, Share, Invoice, and Database & Reports. But when you look at the list of apps, you can see there are far more that have chat than those that don’t. The particular apps that lack this feature are also not generally the types of programs where much collaboration is needed…if any at all. Tags:#Product Reviews#web#Web Office 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Related Posts last_img read more

Hockey: SV Sunil a vital cog in India’s wheel

first_imgThe three tattoos on SV Sunil’s body are in contrast to his soft personality. That perhaps is the only dash of flamboyance in the hockey star.Ask about his fascination for tattoos, and a broad smile lights up Sunil’s face. “I liked the tattoos on one of my friends and it began from there.” The one on his neck is closest to his heart – the first two letters of the names of his mother and father who have passed away.On the field, Sunil is a bundle of energy. He can take the opposition by surprise with his blistering speed and deft touch with the stick.With his lithe frame, Sunil can cut through the defence line artistically.No wonder, the 24-year-old is regarded so highly by India coach Michael Nobbs who describes him as “brilliant” and “unpredictable”. The Karnataka boy will be a key player for India at the Olympic qualifier.The hardships that he has faced in life have made him tough. A knee injury threatened his career in 2010 and he had to sit out of the 2010 World Cup. He was operated and could not play for a year.”I could barely climb stairs. There were times when I thought I would never be able to play hockey again. But I never lost hope, thanks to Srikanth Iyenger (physio) who helped me a lot during that period and coach Harendra Singh who had faith in me,” Sunil said after going through the paces at the National Stadium.advertisementSince then, Sunil has never looked back. He has surely impressed Nobbs with his game. So much so that Nobbs said after the warm up series against South Africa that if Rajpal Singh is to find a place in the team, he has to replace Sunil which looks unlikely going by his form. “He is a brilliant player. He is immensely talented,” Nobbs told Mail Today.”He has blistering pace. He is sharp and the most important thing is that he is unpredictable. He can do things on the hockey field that you don’t expect,” said the Australian.Sunil, though, knows that he has to maintain his form in crucial moments.”I played well in the Champions Challenge tournament. I think this is the best I have played in my career. I missed some scoring opportunities against South Africa recently and I am working on getting my combination right with other players up front. I shared a good combination with Gurbaj Singh, but he is not there for the qualifier. I am developing a good partnership with Sarvanjit Singh and Birendra Lakra.”The sport means everything to Sunil. “I began playing with sticks of bamboo and hardly had any proper equipment.””Despite the financial problems, my father always backed me to play hockey.” His father passed away while he was doing national duty during the Azlan Shah in 2009, but Sunil fought back tears and played in the tournament.”My father is no more to see his son doing so good on the hockey field. He would have surely been proud of me,” says Sunil who now takes care of his siblings.last_img read more

3RDLD AIADMK 2 LAST

first_imgMeanwhile, AIADMK sources indicated that Sasikala willMeanwhile, AIADMK sources indicated that Sasikala will assume the office of general secretary soon at the party headquarters here.Of the 14 resolutions passed at the general council meeting, the first one condoled Jayalalithaas demise, while another thanked those who prayed for her well-being during her 75 days of hospitalisation.One resolution urged the Centre to declare the birth anniversary of Jayalalithaa as “national farmers day” and confer Bharat Ratna on her, besides installing her statue in the precincts of Parliament.It recalled several schemes introduced by Amma, including the ones for the welfare and growth of farmers such as the Uzhavar Pathukappu Thittam (Farmers Protection Scheme).Citing several welfare measures of the Jayalalithaa regime aimed at achieving food and nutritional security such as free rice to PDS card holders and Amma canteens, a resolution resolved to “take necessary steps” to secure the Nobel Peace Prize and Ramon Magsaysay Award for her.Separate resolutions also hailed Amma for the sacrifices she made for developing and mentoring the AIADMK, besides her services to the people as the chief minister.Next was the resolution which appointed Sasikala to the top party post, while another one thanked the people for the partys victory in the three constituencies in the November polls.Another resolution resolved to observe the birth centenary year of AIADMK founder MG Ramachandran (2017) as “the year of working for the people by serving them”.All roads leading to the venue of the meeting, Srivaru Venkatachalapathi Marriage Hall, where several meetings of the ruling party have been held in the past, sported a slew of festoons and banners of Jayalalithaa alongside party flags.advertisementOnly a few posters also had images of Sasikala.This assumes significance against the backdrop of several posters of Sasikala being either defaced or torn in parts of Tamil Nadu.Notably, the AIADMK executive committee meeting held in June, which was the last party meet attended by Jayalalithaa, also had 14 resolutions as the number was perceived to be lucky by the late leader. PTI VGN ROH RC RTlast_img read more