We are seeking applications from energetic and enthusiastic individuals to join our team for the above positions. The successful candidate will be afforded all necessary training and development in line with the role. Candidates must be highly motivated, creative and experienced with a passion for engaging with clients on a daily basis.
Children in Hospital Ireland (CHI) is recruiting a new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to grow and develop the organisation. The CEO will be accountable to the Board of Directors of CHI and will report to the Chairperson. He or she will have overall responsibility for implementing the strategic direction and activities of the organisation and will provide leadership and overall management for its activities and programmes.
We are seeking to recruit a number of part time Social Care Workers and Assistant Support Workers to join our growing Outreach and Community team at Nua Homecare. The purpose of the roles is to support individuals with Intellectual Disabilities, Asperger’s Syndrome/Autistic Spectrum Disorder within their own homes and communities.
We are recruiting Health and Social Care Support Workers. Both permanent and relief positions available. It is essential that applicants hold a FETAC Level 5 in Health Care Support (or the equivalent) or a third level qualification in Social Care or Psychology and also have a sound knowledge of Person Centred Planning.
To assist in the coordination and develop the care service for Donegal Cheshire in the delivery of a safe and quality service to service users. This person will work on a relief basis to support the effective and efficient running of the service. It is critical that when undertaking your work that you do so in a manner that is consistent with Cheshire Ireland’s values and operating ethos.
Reporting to the Programmes Supervisor, the post holder will facilitate service users in their choices, developing programmes within the context of a person centred model of service delivery. The programmes may include independent living, personal development and occupational and leisure activities, within the context of a quality of life model.
The role involves coordination of the day-to-day operations of the community research into Ethnic Minority health in Ireland. To focus on organisational linking and knowledge sharing with relevant NGOs to promote community involvement in the community strand of this research.
You will provide clinical guidance to the support staff, to include an element of training and supervision. This position involves leading a team who support individuals in all aspects of their lives, supporting the Service Manager to effectively manage services delivered to individuals in their homes.
The post holder is responsible for the efficient and effective coordination and management of nursing practices and service delivery and resources in their designated area of responsibility. Line-manager to Area Managers PIC’s / CNM2 / Social Care leaders in designated areas.
The Area Development Officer will deliver Mental Health Promotion education and training initiatives in the area and support the operation and development of Mental Health Associations. This dynamic role demands flexible working hours, have experience and capacity for lone working.