The Care Worker is responsible for providing person centred care and support to people with dementia. To be successful in this role you will need experience in health, social or disability care. A FETAC Level 5 qualification is desirable but not essential. You will need good communication skills, empathy, patience and be able to work on your own initiative in a very busy environment as well as part of a team.
We are recruiting for the following: Support Workers – Full time (39 Hours) in Wicklow Town – Driver Desirable & Stillorgan, Co. Dublin – Driver Essential. We are also recruiting Support Workers Relief Panel in Dublin, Kildare and Wicklow. The Support worker is expected to undertake all daily activities and routines of the service they are working in. This includes direct support to service users, household tasks and administrative procedures.
Our teams are growing and we’re always looking for amazing people to come and work for us! We are seeking a Youth and Community Engagement Worker to creatively engage young people and those working with young people in supporting and promoting youth mental health.
We wish to recruit a suitably qualified Support Worker, 39 hours per week for an 11 Month Fixed Term Contract. Support Workers are responsible for supporting the Individual Goals of Service Users, through a Person Centred Planning process based on the HSE New Directions Policy, as well as providing individualised personal care support as required.
Open Days and Interview Dates – 10.00am - 16.30PM - Tuesday 4th September - Firgrove Hotel - Co Cork, Monday 10th September - Horse and Jockey - Co Tipperary, Wednesday 11th September - Newpark Hotel - Co Kilkenny, Monday 24th September - Newpark Hotel - Co Kilkenny & Tuesday 25th September - Firgrove Hotel - Co Cork.
The main purpose of the Service Reform Fund Home Share Project Coordinator is to develop, implement and support the objectives and activities that were approved in the South East Community Health Care (SECH) submission to the GENIO Trust.
The Helpline Officer will ensure delivery of the National Helpline Service. He / she will be a proactive point of contact for people who are concerned about their cognitive health or have a diagnosis of dementia and for their families at all stages of the journey. The role will also engage with health and social care professionals. A key part of this role will be to support, mentor and supervise our volunteer helpline workers.
The successful applicant will be required to have an understanding of Traveller issues, particularly in relation to Traveller health, experience of community development work, a commitment to human rights and social justice and a commitment to work from an anti-racist and equality work perspective, ability to work on own initiative as well as part of a team & excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
We are currently recruiting for a Team Leader / Person in Charge who will be responsible for the management and oversight of each individual and their staff team(s), and providing out of hours on call. This is a full time position (30 hours per week plus sleepovers) working flexible hours including evenings, weekends and sleepovers.
Applicants must have a minimum of 2 years successful professional work experience in the drug prevention/health promotion / community development / youth work / social work fields, a minimum FETAC level 8 qualification in drug prevention / health promotion / community development / youth work / social work & be available to start immediately.