Focus Ireland has the following vacancies: Case Manager, Intensive Case Management, Housing First, 1 x Specific Purpose Contract, 2 x 5 Months Fixed Term Contract & 2 x 6 Months Fixed Term Contract. We also have the vacancy for Contact Worker, George’s Hill STA, Full-time (35 hours x week), Permanent Contract.
Focus Ireland has the following vacancy: Administrator, Family Hat, Dublin 8, 2 years Part-Time (20 hours per week), Fixed Term Contract. The purpose of the role is to provide administrative Support to The Family Homeless Action Team.
To undertake individual work with families and customers who face chronic exclusion due to their many complex and overlapping needs, utilising an Intensive Care and Case Management Model. To work collaboratively within an intensive family support model. Specifically, to assess their needs, to advocate on their behalf, to provide support and make appropriate referrals on their behalf; thus ensuring a planned and effective sustained exit from homelessness.
The Irish Association for Palliative Care (IAPC) requires an experienced Administrator on a one-year fixed term contract for 20 hours per week, 5 mornings per week. This Administrator role will appeal to a reliable, energetic self-starter with a strong customer service focus and ability to work without close supervision while delivering on the requirements of the role in a timely way and to agreed standards.
Kinvara Community Children's Centre, catering for children from 3 months to 12 years is currently taking applications for: Full Time Childcare Assistant. Suitable candidates must have Full QQI Level 5 in childcare or equivalent and some previous experience working with children / teenagers is desirable.
Responsible for the direct delivery of counselling services for persons with drug and or alcohol problems in prison. The objective of this role is to effectively deliver counselling and other services pertaining to the IPS Service Level Agreement, and in doing so to uphold the philosophy and working ethos of MQI.
Money Advisers play a pivotal role in MABS. Candidates must display empathy with those who find themselves in financial difficulty, knowledge and understanding of money management, consumer debt and financial services, familiarity with the provision of an advice, support and advocacy service and excellent communication, organisational, administrative and IT skills.
The role of the Early Years Specialist (Access and Inclusion) is to support a range of diverse early years ECCE settings to assist them in enabling inclusive practice and the optimal participation of a child with disability in the pre-school room. The Early Years Specialist, (Access and Inclusion) team will work in partnership with the management/staff to develop and implement the service which will be informed by the core elements of Síolta and Aistear.
The Early Years Specialist will support a range of diverse early years settings within a designated case-load and will work in partnership with the management/staff to develop and implement quality improvement goals and actions across a wide range of areas of practice guided by the core elements of Síolta and Aistear as illustrated in the Aistear Síolta Practice Guide.
The society has a vacancy for a part-time Secretary / Accounts Assistant working 16-18 hours per week. The successful applicant will be proficient with Microsoft Office 365, will be expected to work with internet business banking and a simple accounting package following training and will act as webmaster for the RHSI website as needed. An ability to recognise new software opportunities as these arise is an important part of the job.