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Southern Regional College in Armagh

As a lecturer in fabrication and welding, the successful candidate will provide quality teaching and learning opportunities within the specific areas outlined in the post in order to maximise the potential of every student and to undertake non-lecturing duties as appropriate. 

You will contribute to the development, organisation and delivery of the relevant curriculum area across Southern Regional College, leading to the award of various qualifications. 

The successful applicant will attend meetings on matters relating to students, course co-ordination, management, assessment and development, while participation is also expected in the marketing of and recruitment to courses within the subject/programme area, including the interviewing of students, attendance at parents evenings, prize-giving, open days, awards ceremonies and other similar departmental/college events. 

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Senior Finance Executive in Agnew Group (Holdings) 4 Boucher Crescent, Belfast, BT12 6HU

As senior finance executive, your key responsibilities will include keeping fully up-to-date with all vehicles and finance product knowledge, making a full professional presentation to all customers and give adequate time to all customers. 

You will have to accurately complete all documentation on time and adhere to the compliant sales of insurance related products, in addition to managing and maintaining a finance renewals diary on a daily basis. 

 

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