Camphill Communities of Ireland are seeking a Clinical Support Officer. This is an exciting opportunity for someone who is looking for a new challenge. Applicants must hold a degree / professional qualification relevant to this role i.e. ID Nursing, Psychology, Behavioural Support Specialist & have a minimum of 2 years’ experience in a disability service-related management post.
The primary purpose of this role is to ensure that clear and effective quality and safety processes are in place across all CCoI services. This includes oversight of CCOI compliance with all statutory requirements as well as quality and safety requirements arising under service agreements with the HSE and any other funding or oversight body.
We are currently seeking a highly motivated person to fill the following position: Social Care Worker – 35 day and occasional sleep-over hours, QQI level 7 community / social / health care. The post provides social care support and standards, record keeping, key worker role, safeguarding vulnerable adults for 9 people living in their own home and 25 people accessing day support and internal and external work experience as part of a team.
The overall purpose of the Team Leader role is to work alongside the Centre Coordinator to lead a core team of adult support workers to provide a quality service that responds to the specific needs and priorities of the individuals we support. A key focus will be on promoting integration of the service users into the local community, facilitating access to programs and using a person centred approach in line with New Directions.
The Exit Youth Health Café, is funded by the HSE Sexual Health & Crisis Pregnancy Programme and is operated and managed by Foróige. The successful candidate will work as part of the Foróige Tallaght team in partnership with the Brookfield Garda Youth Diversion Project and the Brookfield Community Youth Project.
Candidates will possess excellent communication skills and be flexible in their approach to the role. The successful candidate will need to have 4-5 years’ experience in and administrative role and a background within the Fundraising Sector would be a distinct advantage. Possess well-developed interpersonal and effective organisational skills and be able to demonstrate a high standard of communication skills.
The primary purpose of the Information & Support Assistant is to directly provide an information and support service to callers to Sage and to assist in the development and coordination of the support services of Sage Advocacy in relation to both general and patient advocacy.
We are looking to recruit accredited and experienced psychotherapists to provide therapeutic interventions to survivors of torture in our Regional Clinic. The candidate(s) will be able to provide both individual and group interventions to people who have survived torture and other serious human rights violations, and who come from a range of cultures and backgrounds.
Relevant recognised Diploma in Social Care / Applied Social Studies in Social Care (Level 7 on National Framework of Qualifications), or, FETAC / QQI level 5 Major Award in Healthcare Support/Health Service Skills, or equivalent. Certification in MAPA, BUCCAL, SAMS, Children’s First, Manual Handling, First Aid, Fire Safety would be advantageous but not essential.
We are currently recruiting for positions on our Relief panel to provide cover for staff on leave and attending training. There are positions available across the service in North Kildare, Dublin 3, 6, 7 & 18. These are front line positions actively supporting our service users. Successful candidates will gain valuable knowledge and experience in a fast paced and dynamic environment.