Sharon has 12 years’ technology experience with international and indigenous tech companies. Sharon will be responsible for sales development across the company’s offices in Dublin, Cork, Waterford and Kildare.
“Her technology industry experience makes her ideal to resource and match the growing IT staffing needs of companies,” commented Caroline Godsil, joint managing director, HiberniaEvros. “Despite the bad news on the employment front in general, there is very strong demand for qualified IT people across the board.”
Hibernia Evros Technology Staffing Solutions provides high calibre candidates for contract positions within the IT industry across a variety of roles including system administrators, infrastructure consultants, project managers, test engineers, DBAs (database administrators), developers, helpdesk engineers and business application consultants.
Further information from: http://tss.hetg.ie/
Friday 24th July, Dublin – The Irish Internet Association (IIA) announced today that Fergal O’Byrne will be moving on from the his post in the IIA in September. Fergal will become the new CEO of Remote Video Technology company Sonru.com.
During his 4 year tenure O’Byrne has overseen the substantial growth of the association. He leaves the organisation in the strongest position it has been in, since its launch ten years ago. The board is confident that the next CEO will continue to build on the excellent position the IIA is in today.
O’Byrne is due to officially step down at the association’s AGM on September 10th. He will continue in his current role until a new CEO is identified and to ensure a smooth transition to the new CEO.
Maeve Kneafsey – Chair, IIA and MD, Elucidate said of O’Byrne’s record at the IIA, "Fergal has built the Irish Internet Association into one that provides real value and expertise to its membership and is recognised as the authoritative voice of the Irish Internet industry.
His commitment, professionalism and understanding of both the internet sector and the needs of our membership has been exceptional. On a personal note I have greatly enjoyed working with such a talented CEO, and will miss his input which has seen the membership grow by over 50%, the establishment of 8 active working groups and the engagement in joint industry activities such as the Internet Growth Alliance and the Failte Ireland E Business Development Initiative. I am also confident that the strength of the association will attract some very strong candidates that will see the association further develop services to members, representing the interest of the Internet industry and fulfilling our mission of connecting, informing and educating."
Fergal O’Byrne, IIA CEO, announcing his departure, commented, "This has been a fantastic organisation to be involved in. I have met many enthusiastic business people over the last four years who are committed to making the internet an integral part of their business. I am proud of the work the Association has been able to carry out thanks to a very encouraging Board, chaired by Maeve Kneafsey, an amazing team in Roseanne and Irene, and a membership that has continually supported the work we do."
How to Apply?
The association is calling for expressions of interest in the CEO position. Simply email email@example.com with the word CEO Job in the subject line, from an email address that we will use for all further communications with you on this matter. The process will be made available on the IIA website and blog shortly.
Applicants should consider their suitability for the position based on some of the evaluation criteria listed below:
1. Ability to secure and manage sponsorship and sponsors (experience over minimum of 3 years)
2. Experience in building a membership
3. Ability to understand, work on and monitor financial reports and budgets (minimum budgets of 1m and over 3 years experience)
4. Ability to manage staff
5. Events organisation and management experience (minimum 3 years similar events/training)
6. Experience in managing an organisation with similar stakeholders and understanding of the political tensions/vested interests (experience at senior level over minimum of 2 years)
7. Understanding and experience in working in the Internet industry (experience at least 4 years in internet industry across variety of disciplines)
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About the IIA
The Irish Internet Association is the professional body for those conducting business via the internet from Ireland. It has been and remains one of the driving forces behind the adoption of the medium. Established in 1997, the IIA provides leadership to enterprises and society conducting business in Ireland. The IIA is a strong voice for its 550 plus company memberships. The aim of the Association is to Connect, Inform and Promote.
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Thanks again to everyone who has participated in Feedback Friday over the last few weeks. Since last week the Subscribe to Comments has been added (about time says you!) so it should help keep the conversation going.
This week’s Feedback Fanatics are Sonru.com, a member of the IIA since who have only recently gone live with their site and beta service. Edward Hendrick, MD of Sonru has a very specific aspect of his site that he would like you to focus on. He explained in an email to me:
“We are having some difficulties getting our message across from our home page. We are being confused with Skype etc, we need to get across the fact that two people do NOT have to be online at the same time.
We currently don’t have benefits up there and are trying to think of a nice way of doing so.
So we’d love some feedback on our home page and the message we are getting across. We would really appreciate people’s suggestions on how to improve it.
I think Feedback Friday is a great idea because you are getting fresh eyes giving genuine opinions, we are so used to looking at it now, it has become hard for us to judge.”
Please bear in mind the few low key guidelines and let’s hear what you think!
Okay not strictly true 🙂 But I have something free from RocketJobs, one of the IIA’s first new members of 2009.
RocketJobs is an industry-wide job site with the focus on removing as much clutter as possible and keeping the focus on making search quick and easy. Launched in December, our list of jobs and clients is growing rapidly. Following RecruitIreland’s recent good example, RocketJobs has gone one step further and is offering three free posts to any employer in Ireland. Check out their own blog post about this.
For any additional roles over and above these free postings we are offering 30% extra roles free to all IIA members.
A big welcome for CVizz, the IIA’s newest members. CVizz is an on-line VideoCV builder and hosting service that allows Graduates & Post Graduates to create and present a VideoCV profile to numerous employers. As a recent enough jobseeker myself I can really see how being able to point potential employers to a short video about your skills and experience could certainly make you stand out from the crowd. CVizz are already getting some notice from other bloggers most notably Ivan at JobsBlog.ie and the HR and Recruitment blog. Unlike me, these bloggers know what employers and candidates want, so check out what they have to say. Marie Carroll CEO of CVizz tells me that CVizz have great plans that are about to come to fruition so watch this space!
Welcome to Greenjobs.ie, the IIA’s newest members. Greenjobs.ie is Ireland’s first job board fully dedicated to the green sectors. Jobseekeers can upload their CV on the website and search for permanent and contract jobs in the environmental sector, Corporate Social Responsibility, sustainability, renewable energy, climate change, and many more jobs and careers in the green sectors in Ireland and abroad. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a job that helped you reduce your carbon footprint?