Staff Vacancies

Staff Vacancies

Staff Vacancies

Job Position: Human Resource Manager

The HR Manager will provide support to the College Management Team with the development and implementation of the operational HR strategy, to shape a modern and high performing team which will underpin the current and future business objectives.  The HR Manager will also provide full HR generalist support to internal stakeholders in the respective core HR areas – Relations, Reward, Development and Resourcing. Ensure that any changes are embedded into the HR policies and procedures and facilitate communication to the senior leadership team and wider workforce.

The role holder will also work closely with the team to identify, develop and implement strategies and policies that will support the growth and development of the business, position the College as an employer of choice and enhance the staff and student experience.


Key Activities

  • Act as a point of contact for the colleagues and managers. 
  • Responsible for managing employee relation matters – short and long term absences, performance management, disciplinary, grievance, restructure etc.
  • Ensure that any organisational changes are embedded into the HR policies and procedure, then facilitate communication to the senior leadership team and wider workforce. 
  • Review and revise existing policies in line with employment legislation and business changes, additionally introduce new policies and procedures where applicable.
  • Act as the performance improvement driver and provoke positive changes in the relation to high performance culture and increased productivity. 
  • Provide training and coaching to new and existing managers on relevant HR topics, periodically and when required. 
  • Actively contribute or oversee any designated HR projects to drive the people agenda.
  • Assist managers to set objectives and review performance effectively for all members of their team, supporting them both with talent development and performance improvement where required.
  • Work with the management team to keep salaries across the business unit under review and, within group wide policy and guidelines, implement internal and external benchmarking exercises to support salary adjustments.
  • Develop and manage the HR Administrator reporting to you. 
  • Provide regular HR updates/reports, contribute to monthly HR reports and any other ad-hoc people reports. Additionally, provide management information to client groups to drive productivity



  • Educated to degree level or equivalent.
  • CIPD Qualified


  • Coaching certificate
  • Mediation certificate
  • CIPD Membership


Knowledge / Skills

  • A thorough understanding of employment law and its application to HR practice
  • Fluent and influential verbal and written communication skills
  • The ability to work as an independent decision maker, along with the ability to work collaboratively within a team 
  • Commercial acumen
  • Well-developed project management skills
  • Respectful of confidentiality 
  • Comfortable with applying respectful and constructive challenge
  • Proficient usage of HR Information Systems



  • Substantial experience of working as an established Senior HR Advisor or HR Advisor 
  • Extensive experience of managing change and implementing new initiatives 
  • Experience of building effective relationships with key stakeholders and advising them on a wide range of HR issues
  • Ability to navigate through ambiguity.
  • Working in a multi-site business
  • Working in the public or private education sector

The post holder may be asked to undertake different or additional duties in line with business requirements at the request of their line manager.


There is an expectation that all employees will maintain the values of the College and will comply with the code of conduct as well as equality and diversity, health and safety and safeguarding policies.

For further information and informal conversation, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Job position: Library Assistant (part-time)

IBAT College Dublin consists of two campuses within Dublin City Centre.
IBAT College Library comprises of two subject specific collections: Business and English Language. The library and information service is responsible for providing support to Higher Education students (Level 8 and Level 9) and English Language students. Library patrons include Higher Education lecturers, English Language teachers and members of the Academic staff.

We are currently looking for a Library Assistant to assist with the Library/administrative duties within IBAT Library in the two campuses, reporting to the College Librarian.

• Attending to issue/reader services desk for designated periods.
• Assisting with ordering and receiving new library stock.
• Cataloguing and maintaining the library stock.
• Shelving and tidying of library stock.
• Generating and sending of library notices.
• Assisting with reader enquiries.
• Assisting with the use of electronic and online resources.
• Processing payment.
• Assisting readers with photocopying.
• Any other tasks as assigned by the College Librarian

• A strong primary degree
• Previous experience within a library environment would be desirable but not essential
• Good customer service experience and skills
• Good knowledge of information systems and information retrieval from databases
• Good knowledge of Microsoft Office including Word, Excel and PowerPoint with the ability
to use web-based resources
• Good communication and interpersonal skills
• Ability to work as part of a small professional team
• Positive approach to continued training

Contract: Fixed term contract includes evening and Saturday work
Hours: Guaranteed 13 hours per week plus sick and annual leave coverage

Application Process: Please e-mail your cover letter and CV in PDF format only, quoting Library Assistant part-time to Lara Musto at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Job Position: IT Lecturers

We are currently recruiting and building a panel of part-time lecturers for our School Of Computing.

Applications are invited for part-time IT lecturers in the School of Computing on a range of disciplines, including Cybersecurity, Cloud Computing, programming (Java, C#, Python), Blockchain, among other areas within the field of computing.

These positions are mostly on our professional short Diploma courses which run in the evenings and on Saturdays, though a small amount of day-time lecturing might also be required.

Location is Wellington Quay in Dublin city center, though you might be required to lecture in another part of the Dublin city. 

For further information and informal conversation, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.