There is an opening for a Deli/Bakery Manager for the Macs Place Deli & Bakery in the new Portlaoise Plaza.The Portlaoise Plaza will open in May 2020. This plaza will join the other motorway service stations in the Plaza Group – The Barack Obama Plaza, The Galway Plaza, Tipperary Town Plaza, The Kinnegad Plaza, The N20 Plaza Mallow, and our Service Stations in Charlestown, Ballyhea, and Westport.The new service station facilities in the Portlaoise Plaza includes a Convenience store, Several Car and HGV fuelling pumps, Supermac’s Restaurant, Papa John’s Pizza, SuperSubs Salad and Sub Sandwich offering, Macs Place Deli, and a branded Barista Cafe, together with indoor and outdoor seating, toilets and washroom facilities, free wifi, car, bus and HGV parking.Job Purpose – Macs Place Hot Deli & Bakery ManagerTo oversee the entire operation of the Deli & Bakery, driving performance, delivering KPIs for these important areas, providing leadership and support to ensure a fantastic offering in terms of food and convenience on this busy road, whilst managing and supporting a well-trained and motivated team.The Job – Deli & Bakery ManagementManage the overall Deli & Bakery activities as part of this busy Retail and Catering offering.Located on a busy road, catering to all types of commuters, offering them top quality food at a reasonable price point in a quick and friendly manner, making this a destination stop for all commuters.Main DutiesResponsible for the day to day operation of the hot & cold deli and the fresh food offering on site.Involvement in staff recruitment, training and development.Staff rostering to ensure adequate cover within pre-set labour targets.Operation of deli to meet pre-set food cost targets through staff training, portion control, waste control etc.Contribute to menu planning & development to ensure variety of choice.Ensure that pre-agreed menus are adhered to and planned for.Food ordering from approved suppliers to meet deli requirements.Stock control, dating and stock rotation.Waste control, recording and reduction.Ensure that fresh food offered for sale is well presented and of the highest quality at all times.Ensure that deli standards are maintained and improved to meet food safety and hygiene requirements.Ensure that daily HACCP record sheets are maintained according to requirements.Ensure that food safety operational requirements are maintained at all times.Manage and plan the internal cleaning programme to consistently meet QSC requirements.Personal RequirementsThe ideal candidate will possess the following attributes;Proven ability in the day to day management of a deli team.Proven ability in staff training, direction, development and delegation skills.Possess experience in running or managing a delicatessen or fresh food counter.Carvery Hot Lunch experience an advantage.Be able to demonstrate flair in fresh food merchandising & presentation.Possess excellent customer service skills.Proven track record in achieving agreed targets for labour, food costs and waste control.Have the ability to meet hygiene, HACCP and housekeeping requirements.How to apply:Please send an up-to-date CV along with Cover letter quoting the Job Title to [email protected], you may post it to Laura Flaherty, HR Department, Supermac’s Head Office, Ballybrit Business Park, Ballybrit, Co. GalwayDue to the large number of applicants, we will only be able to respond to the successful candidates.The Plaza Group is an equal opportunities employerSEE ALSO – Check out the dedicated jobs section on LaoisToday Bizarre situation as Ben Brennan breaks up Fianna Fáil-Fine Gael arrangement to take Graiguecullen-Portarlington vice-chair role 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshin WhatsApp GAA By LaoisToday Reporter – 17th February 2020 Facebook Previous articleBREAKING: St Patrick’s Day Parade CANCELLED in PortlaoiseNext articleNewstalk’s Bobby Kerr gets down to business in Laois next weekend LaoisToday Reporter Electric Picnic Twitter JOB VACANCY: Deli/Bakery manager in new Portlaoise Plaza Pinterest Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter WhatsApp News Home Jobs JOB VACANCY: Deli/Bakery manager in new Portlaoise Plaza Jobs Facebook Laois Councillor ‘amazed’ at Electric Picnic decision to apply for later date for 2021 festival
Related Telecom Italia put back to 25 September the deadline for completing the $960 million sale of its stake in Telecom Argentina to Mexican financier David Martinez’s Fintech investment fund, as the deal hangs on for regulatory approval.Three weeks ago, the Italian operator pushed back completion of the sale until 1 September from 12 August. Now it has shifted again.Bloomberg said the delay would allow more time for regulatory approval, citing people familiar with the matter, although it did not give a reason why more time was needed.Other media reports also cited regulatory issues behind the delay and pointed to Fintech’s ownership of cable assets in the country as a potential obstacle.Although the deadline has been extended, the existing terms and conditions, which were agreed last year, remain in place.Fintech agreed to pay $860 million for Telecom Italia’s 68 per cent holding in the company that controls Telecom Argentina, as well as a direct minority stake. An additional $100 million covers agreements including services for the carrier.Disposing of the Argentina stake is an important part of the Italian operator’s asset sale strategy as it looks to reduce its debts.Elsewhere in the region, its focus is expansion as it looks to strengthen its presence in Brazil but appears to have lost out to Telefonica in a bid for GVT. Richard Handford Las grandes operadoras europeas ponen condiciones a las RAN abiertas ArgentinaDavid MartinezFinancialFintechRegulatoryTelecom Italia Telecom Italia bets on long-term renewable energy Richard is the editor of Mobile World Live’s money channel and a contributor to the daily news service. He is an experienced technology and business journalist who previously worked as a freelancer for many publications over the last decade including… Read more AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 02 SEP 2014 Author Telecom Italia confident on hitting annual goals Español Home TI’s timetable for Argentina sale suffers again Previous ArticleRebalancing the value from voice and SMS to dataNext ArticleTelefonica set to cut TI ties Tags
Through professional learning communities, teachers share strategies for what’s working in their classrooms and collaborate on giving kids more individualized instruction.When Roesland Elementary learned this month that it had earned an exclusive national honor for closing the achievement gap among students, one of the key factors principal Jennifer Woolever cited in the school’s success was the implementation of professional learning communities.That’s not a surprise to many district teachers, who said the movement to empower teachers to collaborate on instruction methods has at many schools been both a boon to student achievement and a morale booster among staff.Though the concept of professional learning communities has been around for decades, the movement has gained considerable momentum over the past dozen or so years. In Shawnee Mission, the district’s Leadership and Learning team under the direction of Associate Superintendent Michelle Hubbard and Elementary Services Directors Kevin Hansford and Pam Lewis began rolling the concept out three years ago.Through PLCs, teachers spend dedicated time with each other at least once a week to review data on student mastery of the concepts being taught in the classroom, to share their experiences with different instruction methods, and to troubleshoot problem areas or devise interventions for students who are falling behind.For example, the third grade teachers in one elementary school building would spend one of their planning periods during the week meeting together to review data on student progress on key concepts, like multiplication tables. There may be six or seven students among all the third grade sections in the building who are struggling with the concept. The teachers may decide to have those struggling students come together to spend some dedicated time with a member of the third grade team with a particular talent for communicating the specific concepts the students haven’t mastered.It’s an approach that some teachers say not only provides students with more personalized instruction, but also makes teachers feel like they have a real support system in place.Jessica Leichter is in her third year of teaching in the district, and is currently a second grade teacher at Brookwood. She said the implementation of PLCs at that school has been a great boost to both students and teachers.“For a long time the approach was that you had a single teacher in the classroom, and they had to try to meet the needs of every student in there,” Leichter said. “And looking back on that approach, I think it’s kind of a shame. Teaching can feel really lonely if it’s just you in your classroom with your students and you close the door every day.”With the PLC approach, she said, not only do teachers feel like they have built in support, but kids feel like they have more champions inside the building as well.“Our PLC, for me, has been about built-in professional development,” Leichter said. “You may have someone on your teaching team who has been teaching way longer than you have, and you can learn so much from each of those teammates.”For the kids, it means an expanded network of adult allies.“Instead of kids feeling like they’ve only got one teacher who is thinking about them, they’re interacting with three or four different teachers at different points,” Leichter said. “So they become ‘our’ kids — the whole team’s. It shows the kids that every single one of us cares about their success.”Teachers say PLCs work best when they’re teacher-ledMichelle Hubbard had overseen the implementation of PLCs in the Turner School District before she came to Shawnee Mission.Hubbard brought Hansford over to Shawnee Mission from the Turner School District, where Hubbard had been superintendent prior to accepting her position here. As principal at Turner Elementary, Hansford had overseen the initial roll out of a PLC approach there.When he came to Shawnee Mission, spreading the movement here became a focus — particularly as the district was seeing its demographics shift with more underserved students enrolled than in previous decades.“There had been some research showing that among the highest performing schools in the country in being able to close the achievement gap, many were using this PLC framework,” he said.Hansford and Hubbard initially pitched the PLC idea to a handful of elementary building principals and sent them to a conference on PLCs to get more experience with the concept. Since then, the district has continued to send teachers to PLC conferences as a way to seed the implementation of the concept at all of the district’s buildings.“We’ve found that the teachers are coming back with a lot of positive energy and a sense of belief,” Hansford said. “It seems to really get people to see the possibilities.”That was Leichter’s experience. She attended a PLC conference in Des Moines this fall.“It can be a little overwhelming to think of all the things that the district is asking teachers to do — there are a lot of initiatives underway,” Leichter said. “But this is really easy to get behind. The big take away is that PLCs are just teachers working together. Teaching is an absolutely critical job. And we cannot do it alone. The stakes are too high. You have to work with other people. You have to work together.”Still, some buildings have seen the PLC concept embraced more tightly than others. Leichter said that at Brookwood, building leadership has given teachers wide berth to provide their own PLC direction. That she said, has been key to its success. At buildings where PLCs have not been as teacher-driven, there has been less buy in.Linda Sieck, the SM East Spanish teacher who is the head of the National Education Association – Shawnee Mission, said that’s not surprising.“For true PLCs, they’re supposed to be very teacher driven,” Sieck said. “Ultimately, at the buildings where they are flourishing, they’re teacher led. I think that’s the big thing. The more input and direction teachers have in PLCs, the more we’re going to buy in.”Sieck said it’s crucial that teaching teams be given the time in their schedules to make PLCs truly work.“I think they have the potential to really make a lot of positive changes for the success of our students,” she said. “But they have to be done right and the time has to continue to be given.”
July 15, 2015 Regular News Vieito seeks readmissionLorenzo Vieito, Jr., of Miami has submitted an application with the Florida Board of Bar Examiners for readmission to The Florida Bar.Vieito resigned from the practice of law in Florida pursuant to a September 5, 2002, Supreme Court’s order. He resigned under allegations that he failed to file bankruptcy petitions after receiving payment from clients.The Florida Board of Bar Examiners will conduct a public hearing on Vieito’s application for readmission. All members of the Bar are invited to write to the board regarding their knowledge of Vieito, particularly in relation to his character and fitness for readmission.If you wish to be notified of the time and place of the hearing, submit a written request to Michele A. Gavagni, Executive Director at the Florida Board of Bar Examiners, 1891 Eider Court, Tallahassee 32399-1750. Vieito seeks readmission
A critical financing package has led to an upgrade of one of south Scottsdale’s best-known hospitality facilities and will help modernize it to reflect the revitalization of the McDowell Road Corridor.The Best Western Papago Inn at 7017 East McDowell Road in south Scottsdale has undergone renovations and is now the Magnuson Hotel Papago Inn. The revitalization of the facility comes as the McDowell Road corridor, a nearly 3-mile stretch from Loop 101 to 64th St., is experiencing a resurgence after suffering setbacks over the course of the past couple of decades.With SkySong, The Arizona State University Scottsdale Innovation Center, auto dealerships being repurposed, and other large projects and investments on tap, the McDowell Road corridor is fast becoming a commerce draw. The renovation and rebranding of the hotel will help add to the new energy and continued revitalization efforts in the area.The project is being developed by Bret and Patricia Wirta, who recently purchased the property after the previous owners retired. The new owners turned to AVANA Capital to facilitate a loan to purchase and renovate the 50-year-old property.“We’re thrilled to be able to invest in the McDowell Road corridor and to be able to upgrade this promising hotel property,” said Bret Wirta, one of the owners of the hotel. “We look forward to making this a great destination for business travelers coming to the many new businesses in the area, for long-time clients who have been loyal to the property, and for leisure travelers who want to experience all Scottsdale has to offer.”Bret and Patricia Wirta also own Quality Inn, Holiday Inn Express and Black Bear Diner in Sequim, Wash. under separate entities. The company has about 100 employees at its operations, including approximately two dozen who are working at the Papago Inn.“It’s a very unique property in that it’s a boutique hotel like some other hotels, but it has great features like a beautiful courtyard, outdoor pool, mature trees, a bird aviary — it’s a little oasis in the middle of Scottsdale,” Bret Wirta said. “We’re grateful that AVANA Capital helped us with a financing package that not only allowed us to purchase the property, but to have the flexibility to make improvements as well that will make it an even better experience for travelers.”Founded in 2003, Magnuson Hotels has become the fastest growing hotel chain in history, representing nearly 2,000 United Kingdom and North American hotels with assets in excess of $6.75 billion. A top 10 global hotel chain, Magnuson Hotels has consistently ranked as the #1 Hotel Company of Inc. Magazine’s 5,000 fastest growing private U.S. companies.The project will bring a revived hotel with 58 rooms and two stories, and the new owners are examining the idea of opening a restaurant as part of the facility. AVANA Capital facilitated the loan for the group of owners.“It’s great to help improve a key property in the McDowell Road corridor and to help these entrepreneurs provide a better experience for travelers,” said Sanat Patel, Managing Partner of AVANA Capital. “Because we were able to help, an enterprising group of owners will help keep the positive momentum going in this part of south Scottsdale while creating new jobs for the area as well. It is an older property, but we saw a great deal of potential. Renovations such as this create economic growth, which helps improve communities and create jobs for local residents.”Since 2005, AVANA Capital has funded more than $600 million in loans that led to 9,000-and-counting new jobs created and saved in 30 states, under the United States Small Business Administration Lending Programs.
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The plant will produce 700,000 tonnes of EO/EG when it comes onstream in 2020.Mammoet’s scope includes weighing, transporting and installing the various modules, along with the associated port handling and Customs clearance activities.The engineered heavy lifting and transport provider has already moved eight pipe rack modules weighing between 450-650 tonnes, as well as a 2,000-tonne wash tower.The pipe rack modules were transported from the client’s yard to the site using 56 axle lines of SPMTs. The wash tower, measuring 101 m x 10.8 m x 11.4 m, was received at King Fahd Industrial Port and staged at Mammoet’s yard ahead of Custom clearance and weighing. It was then transported 9 km to the project site using 76 axle lines of SPMTs.The remaining cargoes will be transported and installed through until December 2019.www.mammoet.com
The family of a missing Berwick man hold concerns over the whereabouts of the 31-year-old who has been missing since…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription. By Mitchell Clarke
Welcome to our Sunday Sports MATCH TRACKER of the All-Ireland Minor Football Final between Galway & Kerry, Croke Park 1pm. FULL TIME: Kerry 0-21 Galway 1-14 A Trojan effort from the Galway lads but Kerry make it 5-in-a-row – Thanks for your company – Gerry MurphyAnd, they add another from play. Kerry 0-21 Galway 1-14Games is fizzling out…Kerry have another free in…..another free? another point. Kerry 0-20 Galway 1-14Eanna McCormack comes in for Matthew Cooley60+1 Oisin Gormally pegs one back for Galway. Kerry 0-19 Galway 1-14There will be 6 minutes of added time60′ Another for the Kingdom. Kerry 0-19 Galway 1-1359′ Falvey adss another and put 2 between the sides. Kerry 0-18 Galway 1-1359′ That man Paul Walsh kicks a point. Kerry 0-17 Galway 1-1355′ Lavel again…Tomo Culhane with a lovely score. Galway 1-13 Kerry 0-16Cian Hernon comes on to the Galway team54′ Kerry back in front Begley with a point from play. Kerry 0-16 Galway 1-1253′ Paul Kelly levels it again with a fine point from play. Galway 1-12 Kerry 0-1550′ Cathal Sweeney off injured….Conor Halbart comes in47′ Begley points for Kerry, they’re back in the lead. Kerry 0-15 Galway 1-1146′ Daragh Rahilly answers straight away …level again. Galway 1-11 Kerry 0-1446′ Tomo Culhane kicks a beauty for Galway. Galway back in front. Galway 1-11 Kerry 0-13Oisin Gormally on for Aidan O’HalloranTom Culhane comes in for Daniel Cox44′ Matthew Cooley levels it again from a free. Galway 1-10 Kerry 0-13Yellow Card for Kerry’s Dan Murphy42′ Dylan Geaney puts Kerry into the lead. Kerry 0-13 Galway 1-942′ All square Rahilly points with his left foot. Galway 1-9 Kerry 0-1239′ Dylan Geaney dances through the Galway defence and points for Kerry. Galway 1-9 Kerry 0-1138′ Oisin McCormack comes on the Galway team in place of Sean Horkan38′ Cheap free given to Kerry. Paul Walsh gets the point. Galway 1-9 Kerry 0-1036′ Another goal chance for Galway…saved and out for a 45. That is missed on this occasion.35′ Kerry get the opening score of part 2. Galway 1-9 Kerry 0-9Yellow Card for Tony GillSECOND HALF UNDERWAYHALF TIME: GALWAY 1-9 KERRY 0-8.30+2 Killian Falvey adds another, Galway 1-9 Kerry 0-830+1 Paul Walsh tags on a point for Kerry. Galway 1-9 Kerry 0-7There will be 2 minutes of added time.29′ Conor Raftery kicks his second point of the game. Galway 1-9 Kerry 0-627′ Another point for Kerry Daragh Rahilly. Galway 1-8 Kerry 0-626′ Killian Falvey answers for Kerry. Galway 1-8 Kerry 0-525′ Liam Judge now gets on the score sheet. Galway 1-8 Kerry 0-424′ GOALLLLL for Galway…Tony Gill finishes a brilliant Galway team score. Galway 1-7 Kerry 0-422′ Another free in for Galway. Matthew Cooley makes no mistake. Galway have score 6 points in a row. Galway 0-7 Kerry 0-421′ Matthew Cooley slots a sublime free from pout the field. Galway 0-6 Kerry 0-419′ Captain Conor Raftery puts Galway into the lead. Galway 0-5 Kerry 0-4Tom Culhane replaces Daniel Cox on the Galway team….blood sub17′ Free in for Galway…..over the bar by Matthew Cooley. All-square…Galway 0-4 Kerry 0-416′ Great chance of a goal for Galway as Eoghan Tinney tries to palms the ball into the net….saved by the Kerry goalkeeper!15′ Eoghan Tinney narrows the gap with his first of the game. Kerry 0-4 Galway 0-310′ Matthew Cooley lands a lovely point for Galway: Kerry 0-4 Galway 0-29′ Free for Kerry pointed by Paul O’Shea…that was for over 50 metres! Kerry 0-4 Galway 0-17′ Kerry’s Paul Walsh adds a third. Kerry 0-3 Galway 0-15 ‘ Another point for Kerry from play Kerry 0-2 Galway 0-1. Centre back Dan McCarthy4 Mins: Point from a 45 for Kerry from their Captain, Paul O’Shea. Galway 0-1 Kerry 0-122 seconds: Opening score for Galway Ryan Monaghan comes from the back and finishes a good team move. Galway 0-1 Kerry 0-01 pm. GAME ON!print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Pat Smullen pictured in Navan in 2016. Photo: Patrick McCann Would your rugby club like a kicking master classwith Ronan O’Gara? Would you and your friends fancy a day’s racing and lunch inthe Gigginstown House Stud box at Cheltenham on Gold Cup day? Or how aboutmaking in-roads into that bucket list with VIP racing trips to the Dubai WorldCup, Royal Ascot and Hong Kong, or see Liverpool take on Manchester United atAnfield? Racing,sports and entertainment packages lead auction items These are among the amazing auction items kindlydonated by the sporting and racing world for Pat Smullen’s online auction inaid of Cancer Trials Ireland, one element of the fundraising activitieshappening over Longines Irish Champions Weekend.There is also a unique illustration of Pat Smullenand the nine champion jockeys taking part in Pat Smullen’s Champions Race atthe Curragh on September 15 by racing cartoonist Birdie, a lifetime use of aplain set of light blue racing silks, and yard visits to legendary trainersAidan O’Brien and Willie Mullins.Others have answered the call with signed jerseys,football and hurling final 2020 tickets, racecourse walks with Oisin Murphy andDavy Russell, golf memorabilia and free Irish racing for a year for two people.The full list of auction items is now available toview at app.galabid.com/smullenTo register via SMS1. Text: smullen followed by your full name2. To:086 18037863. Example: smullen John SmithFollow the registration link you are sent fromGalaBid to log in and place bids.To register via browser1. Visit: https://app.galabid.com/smullen2. Click on the ‘Register’ button3. Enter your details and click ‘Register’You will then receive a text to your mobile phonewith a verification link. Clicking the link will take you to the auction whereyou can log in with the password you entered during registration. You are nowready to bid.All proceeds raised from the auction will be donatedto Cancer Trials Ireland, the leading cancer research trials organisation inIreland.Cancer Trials Ireland has two pancreatic trialsready to start – one is a trial on a new drug and another in radiotherapy, andall proceeds raised over Longines Irish Champions Weekend will ensure that theystart as soon as possible.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email