Cheshire Ireland (Cork): Community Care Coordinator / Staff Nurse

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Community Care Coordinator / Staff Nurse

Cheshire Ireland provides quality services to adults with physical,sensory and neurological disabilities at a medium and high level of need. We provide individualised supports to promote wellbeing, independence and quality of life for all people who use our services. We currently provide services to over 200 people in their own homes, in residential centres, in supported accommodation and in respite facilities. Established in Shillelagh, Co.Wicklow in 1963, Cheshire Ireland are a Section 39 organisation funded by the HSE. We employ over 800 staff and operate in Dublin, Cork, Galway, Wicklow, Limerick, Donegal, Kerry, Carlow, Waterford, Sligo and Mayo.

The person we are looking to recuit will be based in our St Laurence Cheshire in Cork but will be needed in other locations as apporiate to the role as we are community based service. The role is 39 hours a week on a permanent Contract.


What we do?
A Care Coordinator role is to support staff and management team, 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 /CNM1 to effectively manage services delivered to individuals in Cheshire Ireland Services.

How we work?
The Cheshire Community Living Service is based on clear principles of supporting people “one person at a time”. As a Care Coordinator you will have responsibility for the assessment, planning, delivery and evaluation of care required to meet the physical, psychological and social needs of persons with physical and neurological disabilities.

What you will do?
The successful candidate will have the ability to coordinate and liaise with the multi-disciplinary team in response to identified needs of individuals receiving a Cheshire Ireland service. Actively contribute to improve the quality of care through implementation of Best Possible Health (BPH) and HIQA standards. Act as a clinical support resource and carry out clinical interventions where required.


  • In possession of a nursing qualification and registered with An Bord Altranais/NMBI
  • A minimum if 12-months post qualification experience.
  • Will hold a full driving licence and be willing to use their vehicle for work.
  • Experience of working in a care delivery capacity, preferably within a disability service or community setting.
  • Evidence based decision making skills.
  • Mentoring and line management skills.


  • Flexible Working Hours
  • €14.86 - €21.52 per hour (depending on exp)
  • Maternity Benefit
  • Generous pension
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Twilight/Night and Weekend Premiums
  • Generous mileage allowance
  • Career Opportunities
  • Sick Pay Benefit
  • Induction and on going training


To Apply For This Post Please Forward A Detailed CV Via Email To:

Closing Date:- 17th February 2019
Ref Code:- CC/JAN/A19

Cheshire Ireland is an equal opportunity company.
All successful candidates will be subject to vetting by the Garda Vetting Unit.




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