We are seeking to recruit an Office Manager on a 4 day week to work directly to the Executive Director. Salary equivalent to HSE Grade V (Clerical) pro rata. Based in Dublin, this is an exciting opportunity at a time of development for the organisation, in this our 30th anniversary year.
We are currently recruiting the following role: Clinical Support Worker – Jigsaw Meath. Applications welcome from Clinical/Counselling/Educational Psychologists, Social Workers, Mental Health Nurses and Occupational Therapists with 1 plus years’ experience.
Applications are invited for the following positions that may become available in the coming months: Staff Nurse, permanent full time contract. Applicants must be registered with An Bord Altranais and have a clear understanding of HIQA guidelines and the policies that govern it
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.
We are currently recruiting for the following 7 positions: Trainee Project Worker for the CE Scheme Drug & Alcohol Team x 3 positions, Reception CE Scheme x 3 positions and Youth Worker CE Scheme x 1 position.
Eating Disorders Centre Cork is recruiting for the position of Clinical Manager. The purpose of post is to manage, coordinate and develop clinical services pertaining to the centre , including a full therapeutic response to a range of Eating Disorders.
To promote the aims and objectives of Shine in accordance with strategic and operational plans, as these pertain in the region. The Support and Information Officer will report to the National Training, Support and Awareness Coordinator.
The Vincentian Fathers seek to employ a person to work with their Leadership team in assisting the needs of their ageing community in the Dublin Area. The ideal candidate will be suitably qualified who will also have some experience working with elderly and infirm persons.
The Social Care Worker is responsible for the day-to-day care and wellbeing of services users and for ensuring that the principles of ordinary living for persons on the autistic spectrum are encouraged and practised. He/she is to ensure that the care and services received is person centred in a friendly and supportive atmosphere.
The role of the Staff Nurse is to provide holistic, person-centred nursing care, promoting optimum independence, enhancing the quality of life for service users with intellectual, physical or sensory disability in all aspects of daily living. The person appointed to the post should be flexible in their approach to service provision and should have the ability to work as a member of a team.