Turlough O'Sullivan – Managing Director
Turlough served as Director General of IBEC from 2000-2009. He was a member of the Executive Board of Business Europe, the Council of the International Organisation of Employers, a member of the National Implementation Body, the National Economic and Social Council and a board member of the Labour Relations Commission.
Turlough is a company director and chairman and provides consultancy services in business strategy and organisation. He is involved in high level mediation and dispute resolution in public and private sector organisations. Turlough was educated at University College Dublin and The London School of Economics.
Miriam Maher – Director of Operations
Miriam directs the operations for Resolve Ireland. She was Head of HR for a multinational bank, located in the IFSC from 1997 to 2008. Since then, her independent third-party practitioner work has included Mediations, Investigations, Grievance Reviews, Appeal Hearings, and bespoke assignments on a wide range of workplace issues.
Miriam also delivers training workshops, online and in person, on areas such as Dignity @ Work, early resolution approaches and formal investigation procedures. She has a BA in Psychology from UCD and a MA in Counselling Psychology from UCC. Miriam is accredited by MII as a mediator, and a member of the CIPD.
Be part of our new dawn.
We’re expanding our core team! Since 2014 Resolve Ireland has been providing expert, confidential and independent third-party services to a wide range of organisations. Along with our panel of specialists we are looking to bring on board a dedicated team member.
See below for the details and contact me, firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to hear more about this opportunity.
The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate skills, experience, and knowledge of the following areas:
HR/ER best practices and procedures
Relevant areas of Employment law
Good working knowledge of compensation and benefits practices
Strong interpersonal and analytical skills
Excellent writing and communication skills
Understanding of the core principles of GDPR and application of same
Familiar with working in unionised and non-unionised work environments
Experience of delivering training programmes would be an advantage
Third level qualification in either law or HR will be an essential requirement
But apart from all that, we’re looking for someone with a keen interest in seeking creative, innovative and pragmatic solutions to workplace issues and working relationship challenges.
The ideal person for this role will be a self-starter, organised by nature and interested in being part of a growing and dynamic organisation.
This part time role (~20 hours a week) is flexible in nature and can be delivered remotely and on-site in line with the requirements of the client assignments.
Ciara D’Arcy – Panel Member
Ciara is a highly experienced HR Director and executive coach, with over 20 years operating at executive level, in local and global roles across the tech, pharma and professional services sectors.
Prior to setting up her own consultancy, Ciara was most recently HR Director for Accenture Ireland. She was responsible for all aspects of the HR function. Under her leadership, a talent strategy was designed and implemented, ensuring the people agenda was aligned with current and future business goals.
Before that, Ciara spent 10 years working with Google, operating across all streams of the business.
Ciara had extensive expertise in employee relations and employment legislation and undertakes a range of investigative cases for Resolve Ireland.