The post holder will maintain the highest attainable standards of person-centred care, to promote optimum independence and to enhance the quality of life of the Service User in all aspects of daily living. To assist and co-operate in the smooth running of the assigned area. To work directly with the Unit Head in identifying programmes / work and design activities suitable to the varying needs of the Service User.
Applicants will be required to have: Not less than five years’ experience working with children / adults with an intellectual disability in a residential setting. Proven managerial skills with not less than three years’ experience at management level and an appropriate management qualification to Fetac / QQ1 level 6 or equivalent. Be able to demonstrate the ability to lead a staff team effectively.
Person Description: 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.
West Cork Travellers invite applications from the Traveller Community for 3 part-time Traveller Community Health Worker positions. This is a Traveller peer led programme, where Travellers engage and work with their own community as part of West Cork Travellers’ Primary Health Care Programme.
We are seeking a highly motivated and dynamic Clinical Nurse Manager 2 for our young persons Respite Service based in Glenageary. The Respite Service seeks to provide planned short-term breaks and positive experiences for children with a moderate, severe or profound intellectual disability. Through offering such breaks, it also seeks to support and maintain the primary care-giving relationship.
The role of the Youth and Community Engagement Worker is to ensure that young people have the supports they require to fully participate in the local Jigsaw Service, and to engage young people and those working with young people in supporting and promoting youth mental health. This post will involve facilitating the development of the Youth Advisory Panel in Jigsaw Dublin South West.
We are presently recruiting experienced fully qualified psychologists (Clinical, Forensic, Clinical, Counselling, Neuro) to complete a variety of assessments for children’s services and child and family law proceedings. Our Consulting Psychologists operate on a self-employed, freelance, part-time basis allowing them significant flexibility to manage working hours, set caseload limits and apply their skills within their special areas of interest.
The role will actively and strategically contribute to an earned communications strategy to raise the profile of the organisation and its activities amongst Irish audiences and give a voice to people caught-up in war, emergencies and crises, around the world. The postholder will engage in daily press and media work and ongoing advocacy strategies.
St John of God Liffey Services invites applications from dynamic and committed professionals for the positions of Day Service Instructors, Residential Staff Nurses, Residential Social Care Workers, Day Services Care Assistants, Residential Co-Ordinator and Day Services Supervisor based in the Dublin South-West and North Kildare areas to provide support to individuals with an intellectual disability within our Residential, Community Residential and Day Services.
A minimum requirement for this position is a Level 7 qualification in a health care related field. Excellent communication, people management and problem solving skills, empathy and sensitivity to others. The ability to work collaboratively and motivate a team to enthusiastically support individuals. Energy and enthusiasm, be highly motivated, reliable and have a flexible approach to working hours.