Liaising appropriately with service users, their network of support, family members and other professionals where applicable, to ensure consistent planning. Part of a team to ensure that service objectives are met and reviewed to improve and develop the service and working in partnership with colleagues and management to establish, maintain and monitor standards of performance for all aspects of the service, including service user involvement and consultation.
Work as part of the team with the line manager in ensuring that service objectives are met and reviewed to maintain, improve and develop the service. To manage risk in a systematic way that is embedded in a culture of safety, welfare and quality of life for residents. Supporting individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Intellectual Difficulties, ensuring that they achieve their full potential.
Applicants should have a good educational background, a thorough understanding of rural development principles & knowledge EU/national funding requirements, with the ability to work in a stringent regulatory environment and at least 12 months experience of working in the area of community/rural development.
If you would like to be a part of a new team, developing therapeutic services with an organisation the provides unrivalled career development opportunities and training for our staff, then Daffodil Care Services could be the career move you are looking for. We are now hiring, interviews will take place locally in April & May.
This is an opportunity for a person of exceptional organisational and coordination skills, with energy and enthusiasm to be involved and contribute to a vital new force in one of Dublin’s oldest and most remarkable communities.
The purpose of the job is to accurately maintain and record all financial documentation for the project, to carry out all the tasks and duties required to ensure the smooth day to day running of the office, according to the vision and guiding principles of the Project and to have an understanding and commitment to the principles of community development.
In this varied and exciting role you will be instrumental to making sure the shop is at the hub of the local community, with you acting as the face of NCBI Retail. The ideal candidate will have the ability to drive sales and achieve income targets, as well as recruit, train, motivate and manage a volunteer team.
We are currently seeking a Self-Directed Living Coordinator to provide support to a small number of individuals in managing all aspects of their lives, using a self-directed approach. The successful candidate will discover the interests, needs, hopes and dreams of the people they support.
Are seeking to recruit an Office Administrator (35 HOURS p/week) to cover a Career Break. The position will be for a period of 10 months, starting July 2017. Overall Purpose of Job: To assist with the operation of administrative and financial systems to meet the needs of Trim Family Resource Centre.
The person appointed will have relevant qualifications and work experience to undertake to deliver a range of National Countryside Recreation Services on behalf of the Roscommon LEADER Partnership Company in the geographic area of County Roscommon and County Longford.