CES wishes to recruit project specialists in research and policy/services. The successful candidates will have excellent research skills and be able to apply these in a cross disciplinary context and real world settings. A strong interest in the development and implementation of evidence-informed services or evidence-informed government policy is a requirement for the post.
We are currently recruiting a Communication Support Worker (Part- time - 20 hours per week, Temp contract – maternity cover), based in Kildare Town (1 day) and Dublin city centre (2 days). Candidates are required to possess an excellent level of Irish Sign Language & will ideally have some relevant work experience. The successful candidate must provide their own transport.
Are you looking for an exciting job opportunity? A young woman with an intellectual disability is looking for a personal support worker to work one to one with her to support her to live the life of her choosing in her community of Celbridge. The ideal candidate will have a good sense of humour, be fun loving and creative around ways of supporting someone to reach their potential.
As a Project Worker - Support Living Independently (SLI) you’ll provide timely interventions, assistance and support to those who are moving from homelessness and require support in setting-up their home. You’ll guide clients in both tenancy management and building supportive links in their local community, with an aim to progress them towards independent living.
Dun Laoghaire Rathdown outreach Project wishes to recruit a Community Employment Supervisor for our Drug Rehabilitation Scheme. The role of the CE Supervisor is to support participants of the Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Outreach Project’s Drug Rehabilitation Programme to develop their personal, social and work related skills to enable them to participate fully within their community and work life.
To work as part of a team for the provision of a package of intensive support to children and families moving from homelessness into long-term housing. To promote the development of positive parent and child relationships. To support the development of parenting skills and to advocate for children and young people who use the service.
We have a vacancy for a Regional Development Officer covering the area of Dublin, Kildare, Wicklow, and parts of Laois and Offaly. The RDO will work 18 hours per week to develop and support Guiding, providing practical support and advice to volunteers in the Region. Based from home, travel is an essential part of the job, often in the late afternoon or evening to support local unit meetings.
We are currently seeking to recruit people who are highly motivated, for our Centre which incorporates 2 services. 1 Social Care Worker part time position fixed term, 2 Social Care Worker 39 hour night work fixed term position & Relief Social Care Workers are required for our service.
To provide the services and impacts that lead to achieving the objectives of ADHD Ireland and a measureable improvement in making life better for people affected by ADHD, including individuals and families with ADHD. Ensuring that frontline service providers in the educational sector such as Teachers and SNA’s etc have a full awareness of ADHD and the measures needed to make school a better experience for those with ADHD.
Candidates must have attained a Major 3rd level qualification (NFQ Level 6 or higher) in Business / Financial Administration, Training, Human Resources, Project Management or related disciplines (e.g. Education) and have 3 years’ supervisory experience. ICT skills are essential (e.g. MS Office). Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are essential to the role.