Do you want to know how to stand out in a job interview? Here at Three Q Recruitment we are celebrating our 19th birthday so we know a thing or two about job interviews. You may feel relatively confident about the interview process, but if you are like most people and want a few extra tips on how to impress that interviewer, read ahead.
You know that Three Q is a great recruitment agency, but did you know that we also have a Three Q Personal care Programme? Three Q cares not just that you get your dream job, but that you continue to love it and are happy in your career. At Three Q we believe that it’s the people that work for us that make Three Q such a great recruitment agency.
One question that we could all do with asking ourselves is how to have a better work life balance. We can all struggling to find that balance in life between work and life from time to time. Do you often wonder how people find time between their jobs to do the things they like? If this sounds like you, Three Q Recruitment are here to help. We have 19 years of experience in the recruitment industry, so we know a thing or two about how to get the perfect balance between work and play.
One thing that we are often asked here at Three Q is how to advance your career as a staff nurse. This month we are celebrating Three Q’s 19th birthday, so you know that we have years of experience in helping Staff Nurses to advance their careers. You may love your job as a staff nurse, but sometimes you may feel like you have more potential than your current position.So without any further ado, here are our top tips on how to advance your career as a staff nurse.
The role of an acute care nurse is a very important one within the healthcare system. Nursing job opportunities in Dublin are becoming more competitive. Here at Three Q we help acute nurses to find their perfect career from our job listings compiled by our clients. Whether you’re looking for Permanent or Temp work, we’ll help you to get your ideal acute nursing job. If you’re a nurse who’s unsure what specialty you’d like to pursue, or maybe are just curious about what the job entails, we’ve put together some of the aspects of what an acute care nurse is responsible for.
Acute care is a nursing specialty and nurses generally only work with patients for only a short amount of time. Typical duties include treatment after surgery or for a chronic illness. An acute care nurse must be an NBMI registered nurse. Acute nurses are highly skilled and in demand. This is due the need for acute nurses to be fast learners and adaptable to change, as an acute nurse you will learn something new each day . You must be able to solve conflicts with time management as it is a fast paced job and the job will change continually change due to new developments in health care.
What is acute care?
Acute care falls under the broader category of secondary care – the stage after primary care (when a patient makes first contact with medical professionals). Acute care involves the treatment of patients diagnosed with short term but serious conditions – and might take place in a number of clinical settings like Accident & Emergency, Intensive Care and Neonatal Care. Typical medical conditions an acute care nurse may be called upon to treat range from severe injury and chronic illness, to strokes and infectious diseases.
Like other nursing roles, acute nurses work with patients, perform administrative tasks and assist other medical professionals, like doctors and consultants. A typical day might include: the assessment and monitoring of patient conditions, checking symptoms and vital signs and arranging diagnostic tests, developing ongoing care plans, administering intravenous drips or different types of medication, checking and using specialised equipment such as monitors and ventilators
As an acute nurse working in hospital wards, GP surgeries or community care centres, no two days will ever be the same – and you should expect surprises. Acute nurses may be first on the scene when a patient’s condition changes – for better or worse – and should be prepared to administer emergency first aid. Conversely, acute nurses deal frequently with patients whose conditions are improving – which could mean contacting family members and support services or arranging transfer to different facilities.
Skills and qualities
Acute care professionals deal with a huge number of patients presenting with a wide range of conditions so an ability to be caring, compassionate and patient is crucial. Acute nurses may have to deal with patients with learning disabilities or those suffering from dementia – these situations demand excellent communication skills. Given the fluid nature of the role, nurses should be prepared to think quickly – and on their feet – and adapt to the demands of on-going medical situations.
The starting point of an acute care nursing career is the a bachelor degree of science in nursing and an NBMI membership. Many hospitals now offer acute care orientation and internship programs. By taking positions in acute care subspecialty areas such as oncology, cardiac care, or geriatrics, acute nurses can advance their careers. A majority of these positions require acute care nurse practitioners.
Further Your Career
Acute care nurses have plenty of opportunities for career advancement and increased salary. A number of job boards show an abundance of available jobs. These nurses are highly skilled and enjoy great demand, and openings are in available in a variety of settings beyond hospitals. Continued hiring growth makes the outlook for this nursing specialty a truly positive one. Additional steps on the career ladder include advancing to a charge nurse or becoming a nursing educator or administrator.
Acute care nursing promises new challenges every day, but for committed and capable nurses, offers a long, rewarding career. To keep up to date on the industry developments and find vacant acute care positions, check out our roles and read the latest from us at Three Q. If you are an employer and are wishing to advertise your job in our listings, please email email@example.com or phone +353 1878 3335 .
The role of a chef de partie is one of the most important jobs in any kitchen. Here at Three Q we’re a hands on recruitment team who work to match our clients with the perfect Chef de Partie for the job. How hands on are we? We go out on site on help to train our temps and perms so that they have a great start to their new job. Our consultants are ex hospitality professionals, we undertake CPD in healthcare and hospitality training and we have served at events. We know what it’s like to be a Chef de Partie in a busy Dublin restaurant, so if you’d like to know more, read on.
They say that a blunt kitchen knife is more dangerous than a sharp one.
When a knife can no longer do the job that serves its purpose – Cutting – then things can get quite risky in the kitchen. You should never force a knife through something nor should you ever have to! If you find that your kitchen knife is no longer slicing through your vegetables as easily as it did when you purchased it then it’s time to sharpen it!
Once you’ve sharpened your knives, it’s important to maintain them. Here’s a few ways you can keep those knives sharp for a little longer!
Use the right chopping board.
Wooden or Plastic are a good choice but Marble or Glass can be damaging!
Your choice of chopping boards can dramatically improve your knife’s ability to stay sharp.
The best choice for keeping your knives sharp is a wooden chopping board.
The wood is soft enough that it does less damage to your cutting edge. The best chopping boards have the end grain facing up in a butcher block style. This style is durable but allows the knife to slide between the vertical wood fibers.
The next best chopping board surface is the plastic chopping boards.
These chopping boards are relatively easy on knife edges and are practical to use. Unlike a wooden chopping board, the plastic boards can be tossed into a dishwasher to sanitize it. Wooden chopping boards can be quite hard to maintain themselves even if they are good for your knives!
The last choice in chopping boards would be the glass or marble chopping boards or cutting directly on ceramic plates. These cutting surfaces are just too hard for knives. Constant chopping and slicing on these boards will dull even the highest quality kitchen knives.
Properly Clean Your Knife
The process of cleaning your kitchen knives often results in unnecessary dulling. The biggest culprit is the dishwasher. In a dishwasher, the knife edges are much more likely to come in contact with other silverware or ceramic dishes. This banging around will cause small imperfections in your knife edge and dull it over time.
The solution? Wash your knives by hand. Washing knives by hand also saves the handle material from the soaking and the high heat of a dishwasher. When washing knives by hand, avoid the temptation of soaking your knives in your cleaning water, in addition to possibly damaging the wooden handles, sharp knives are not something you want lurking in your cloudy dishwater. In addition, after your knife is properly washed, it’s important to dry your knife thoroughly before putting it away.
Storing Your Knives
A knife block or other knife holders are an important step in maintaining sharp knives.
Without proper storage, your knives can end up in a drawer where they can get banged around and dulled. Sharp knives can also expose you to unnecessary risk of cutting yourself while rummaging through your drawers.
Proper Knife Usage
In order to keep your knife sharp, it is also important to avoid using it as a pry bar, hammer, screwdriver or any other tool. Knives should only be used for their intended purpose… cutting!
So there you have it!
If you’re just not that sure how to sharpen your knives at home, Sweeney O’Rourke offer a knife sharpening service in their showrooms!
Or maybe you need a set of lovely knives to sharpen? Well we are giving away a Giesser 7pc Knife set and Case over on our Facebook page so be sure to head over there and enter for your chance to win!
The tips in this article are from the website sharpening supplies.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas … party season
If you’re looking for a last-minute venue for the office Christmas party we’ve put together a list of the top 5 venues in the capital!
Perfect for smaller companies or groups, the Westbury will wine and dine you in pure luxury. Located in the centre of Dublin’s social and cultural riches. This elegant setting is the perfect place to wind down and enjoy yourselves.
The Christmas party booking includes: a private party in the Trinity Suite, a welcome glass of prosecco and canapés on arrival & a 3 course dinner.
Make it a Christmas to remember at the Shelbourne. A complimentary glass of prosecco on arrival followed by a five course menu, it’s sure to be the perfect place to get into the Christmas party spirit.
The dinner bell rings at 8:30pm sharp so you won’t miss the food!
Wondering about what entertainment they have on offer? Their resident band play lively hits from the 50’s right up to current day chart-toppers.
They also offer discounted rate for rooms for the party-goers.
MCGOWANS OF PHIBSBORO
Voted as ‘Dublin’s Best Night Out’. Why not consider this hot spot for the Christmas party? Guaranteed to be a fun-filled night out (definitely a late one). There’s free admission to the nightclub if you decide to go for a boogie so that’s a plus. There are various extras you can include in the party package from a private photographer to drink vouchers.
Not the first idea you’ll consider when thinking of venues but it’s something different. Choose from two locations (either Izakaya or Sushi) for the perfect place to bring all the office gang. They cater to your every need and even offer day time slots in case it can’t be a late one this year! The food is just incredible. Enjoy an authentic sushi spread or keep it casual with their plentiful platters. Convinced yet? The downstairs basement is the place to let your hair down as the night progresses.
If you’re a big company, the Odeon caters for groups of up to a thousand people! You can keep it simple with buffet or finger food but they also offer to tailor a menu to suit your needs. From drinks receptions to customised VIP packages, their events team are on-hand to ensure your every need is catered for.
To find out more about the Christmas party packages available at these venues head over to their websites.
50 Plus Expo
What Is It?
The 50 Plus Expo is designed to be a lively, informative and educational event for the 1.2 million people who are over 50 in Ireland! This expo is perfect for those of you who are about to retire or those of you who already have and are looking for a new pastime or hobby!
It’s also a great way for you to learn more about your rights and entitlements and the financial implications that come with retirement!
The exposition will show many ways to contribute to society through participation in special projects or voluntary work.
Finally, the event will be a fantastic opportunity to find new ways of keeping good physical and mental health. It is also a great way to socialise!
The exhibition was organised for the first time in 1999. It has been attracting more and more people every year. In 2016 over 30,000 people visited over 400 exhibitors.
What To Expect.
The agenda of this year Expo will include financial advisory service, cooking and baking demonstration, fashion show, dance performances and much more.
You may also become more aware of challenges and opportunities you may face for when you are 50+.
Where Does It Take Place?
The 50 Plus Expo will take place at the RDS in Dublin 4, from the 20th-22nd of October.
Check out the 50 Plus Expo website for the list of exhibitors and schedule of events!
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