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CAN’T MAKE IT? CANCEL IT!This is the busiest time of the year for so many people, with family events, shopping and work all competing for our time. It’s also the busiest season for salons, as everyone wants to treat themselves and feel fabulous for the holidays! Appointments are like gold-dust and local Hair Stylists, Beauty Therapists, Nail Technicians and others are going out of their way to accommodate all of their valued customers. To help them do this, we’re asking everyone to be considerate in this season of goodwill – if you’ve made an appointment and can’t attend, let your salon know. They will really appreciate it and may be able to give your appointment to someone else who will be really grateful for your thoughtfulness!THE HIDDEN COST OF NOT SHOWING UPEvery missed appointment costs salons money - money that can have a serious impact at this time of year to small employers trying to reward their employees and invest in festive activities for their customers. For every no-show, salons don’t just lose the revenue from that appointment - it also costs them money, as staff and overheads still have to be paid whether the customer turns up or not. A few missed appointments in a week can make a huge difference, even costing jobs in the long-term.  Luckily the solution is very simple. When customers take the time to cancel their appointments, it gives salons a chance to rearrange shifts, contact people on their waiting list or even just accept a walk-in they didn’t think they could accommodate. So the next time something comes up at the last minute and you can’t make your appointment, be considerate – cancel it!
CAN’T MAKE IT? CANCEL IT!This is the busiest time of the year for so many people, with family events, shopping and work all competing for our time. It’s also the busiest season for salons, as
JOB VACANCIESCHILDCARE, BAR STAFF, CONSTRUCTION WORKER, DRIVER, MONTESSORI TEACHER.FULL –TIME RELIABLE AND MOTIVATED CHILDMINDER REQUIRED-To mind two children, 11year old and 2 year old, in their own home. Leamybrien area.  Full Irish Driving Licence necessary for school run. Nine days per fortnight, 8.30am to 6.00pm. Reply in writing to Box No. 7036, Dungarvan Observer, Shandon, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford.PART TIME BAR STAFF-Country pub, 5 miles outside Dungarvan are looking for Part-Time Bar Staff for evening and weekend work.A Friendly demeanour, ability to work on own initiative and willingness to share our passion for good friendly customer service is a prerequisite.The ideal candidate will have the following:• Some previous bar work experience• Strong work ethic• Excellent customer service skillsReply to: Box No. 672, Dungarvan Leader, 18, Mitchel Street, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford.CONSTRUCTION WORKER REQUIRED-Experience needed, for general all round construction work. Tel. Stephen Curran on  087-7979716.DRIVER USING OWN VEHICLE-Domino’s Pizza Dungarvan, County WaterfordCan you deliver?Are you passionate about Customer Service?You need to have a full UK (for our UK/NI stores), full Irish (for our ROI stores) or EU Driving License and be at least 18 years old. Experience isn’t necessary as we’ll provide you with a full induction and training programme.For further information go to: https://ie.indeed.com/jobs?q=All&l=Dungarvan%2C%20County%20Waterford&ts=1543510346744&rs=1&fromage=last&vjk=306c008040414562MONTESSORI TRAINED PRESCHOOL ASSISTANT (PART-TIME)Villierstown Education & Culture Project CLG - Villierstown, County WaterfordJob SummaryYou shall be required to aid children in their learning activities and ensure that they are cared for at all times. To help with the daily duties of the facility and to carry out other additional duties as may reasonably be assigned to you from time to time.Job Type / CategoryThe position is part-time initially working 2 days per week with potential for additional hours later in the ‘18/’19 School YearFor further information go to:  https://ie.indeed.com/jobs?q=All&l=Dungarvan%2C%20County%20Waterford&ts=1543510346744&rs=1&fromage=last&vjk=f1272e2f07fec1f8IT SERVICES & OPERATIONS DESK MANAGEREUROFINS - Dungarvan, County WaterfordConsider joining Eurofins where people are the most important element in our business. Eurofins Biopharma Product Testing is a leading contract lab that provides testing and research services in the environmental, pharmaceutical, and Biopharmaceutical sciences to clients worldwide.We are currently recruiting for an IT Services & Operations Desk Manager for our Ireland business, location of this role can be based in Dublin or Dungarvan, Co Waterford.For further information go to: https://ie.indeed.com/jobs?l=Dungarvan%2C%20County%20Waterford&ts=1544099290906&rs=1&fromage=last&vjk=9b8cfaea013cf3d1APPLY BEFORE DECEMBER 14TH 2018 UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED IN THE ADD
JOB VACANCIESCHILDCARE, BAR STAFF, CONSTRUCTION WORKER, DRIVER, MONTESSORI TEACHER.FULL –TIME RELIABLE AND MOTIVATED CHILDMINDER REQUIRED-To mind two children, 11year old and 2 year old, in
Kilmacthomas  Achieves ‘First Runner Up’ in  National Enterprise Town AwardsFantastic news at the National Enterprise Town Awards with BOI where Kilmacthomas came 1st runner up in the Munster region.  What a fantastic achievement for the village! Kilmacthomas welcomed Judges from BOI Enterprise Towns to the village back in September  September where the community certainly put their best and most welcoming foot forward to wow them with hospitality, innovation, creativity and enterprise.Part of the organisation & presentation team included teacher Bridget Mitchell & her colleagues at St Declan’s School along with students past & present. Past students who are driving their own careers were on hand to meet judges and included Stephen Lynch from Coffee Coach House, Jack Power, an App creator and Kieran Foley of The Munster Express. Presentations were delivered in the school by Kieran Foley and Martin Morris & Laura Kirwan of Kilmacthomas Social Enterprise Group. The judges also met with John Flahavan of E Flahavan & Sons as part of their tour. They were accompanied on their tour by Brid Kirby from Local Enterprise Office Waterford, Martin Morris & Susan Veale both from Kilmacthomas Social Enterprise Group. The judges trip culminated in a marquee at the Work House where there was a mini market with local producers, suppliers and services and a final presentation from Jenny Beresford Dungarvan & West Waterford Chamber. Participation and effort from all involved was thorough and immense. KSEG (Kilmacthomas Social Entreprise Group) say “Kilmacthomas Social Enterprise Group was delighted  to represent Kilmacthomas at the BOI Enterprise Awards this year.  Nominated by Waterford City and County Council, the award represents the culmination of hard work and collaboration between local business enterprises and community groups, building on the opening of the Waterford Greenway in 2016 and  earning  the village the  deserved title  “Heart of the Greenway.”  Kilmacthomas has come a long way in two years and to achieve this award is recognition of our place as a superb tourist and enterprise destination in the South East.  Well done Kilmac!”These Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Town Awards are designed to recognise and reward towns where businesses and community have come together to showcase the spirit of enterprise in their local area. This is a national competition. It’s great to see Kilmacthomas rewarded and recognised for their progression and collaborative culture. Well done everyone!Waterford Local Enterprise Office Kilmacthomas Social Enterprise Group Coach House Coffee Kiersey's Bar & TearoomPenn Products Furniture Maggie's Feel Good Food Kirwan's Pharmacy St. Declan's Community College The Munster Express
Kilmacthomas Achieves ‘First Runner Up’ in National Enterprise Town AwardsFantastic news at the National Enterprise Town Awards with BOI where Kilmacthomas came 1st runner up in the Munster
Cant wait for this lunch on Friday! It's D&WW Chamber's last event before the New Year so please join us for networking, great food & to hear the story of entrepreneur Cullen Allen of  'Cully & Sully' range. In association with Waterford Local Enterprise Office     To book ring 058 45054 or click https://bit.ly/2RRuTpALawlors Hotel Dungarvan West Waterford Festival of Food Nutrilicious Food Co The Lismore Food Company Dungarvan Brewing Company Legacy Irish Cider Garvey's Supervalu Dungarvan Gourmet HouseDungarvan Credit UnionDungarvan Tourism Waterford Council Waterford In Your Pocket
Cant wait for this lunch on Friday! It's D&WW Chamber's last event before the New Year so please join us for networking, great food & to hear the story of entrepreneur Cullen Allen of 'Cully &

TOURIST DESTINATION

Dungarvan is the home of the Deise Greenway

The world-class 45km Waterford Greenway runs from Dungarvan to Waterford along the route of an old railway line. Since it was officially opened in 2017, it has become a beacon drawing visitors to the Deise from all over Ireland and abroad.