We are currently recruiting for a new Leadership Team in Jigsaw Dublin Southwest. We have a vacancy for a Service Manager and a Clinical Manager. The Service Manager will be primarily responsible for the operational implementation of the Jigsaw service in the South County Dublin Catchment area. The Clinical Manager is the mental health lead for the local Jigsaw service.
Reporting to the Clinical Services Manager and to the CEO & Medical Director where appropriate, the Clinical Quality Improvement Manager will design and oversee the implementation of current and new robust Quality Improvement and Accreditation programs across the organisation. He/she will also work with clients, to support the multi-disciplinary team, with a particular focus on managing clinical risk.
The job purpose is to facilitate a service user focused service to adults with varying disabilities & complex health needs that include but are not limited to, Autism, Intellectual Disability, Epilepsy and Parkinson’ Disease.
St. Francis Hospice Dublin (SFHD’s) Senior Manager - Partnerships and Philanthropy is a key position within the fundraising team. The roles main responsibility is to help to deliver increased funds from major donors, corporate supporters and trusts & foundations, whilst also managing SFHD significant income source of legacies.
As the Fundraising Executive you will be responsible for implementing and managing our Fundraising events and campaigns. You will have active working relationships and shared objectives with the Communications and Services teams, our volunteer network and board members from time to time. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone eager to prove themselves in the fundraising arena.
The role of the Staff Nurse is to provide holistic, person-centred nursing care, promoting optimum independence, enhancing the quality of life for the people we support with intellectual, physical or sensory disability in all aspects of daily living. On occasion the Staff Nurse may be expected to take responsibility for a unit or community facility in the absence of the Manager.
Candidates are encouraged to apply for this role with the requirement that they can demonstrate both the relevance of their skills and experience. The person appointed will demonstrate a genuine commitment to Northside Partnership’s ethos and vision. NSP is committed to implementing an Advantaged Thinking approach which focuses on identifying, developing and investing in skills, capabilities and assets of the people we work with.
We are currently recruiting for a Social Care Worker for our Residential House. The successful candidate for this position will be enthusiastic, flexible, innovative and committed to providing a quality service that responds to the needs and priorities of the residents. This position is 34 hours per week and candidates must be available to work shift work, including sleepovers.
Candidates must have a minimum of a B.A. in Social Care / Nursing Qualification or the equivalent in a related discipline, and hold a minimum of 3 years Management / Supervisory experience. Have a knowledge of evidence-based practices, methodologies and approaches found to benefit individuals with who we support and be familiar with best practice in the field.
Manage the day-to-day running of the respite services in community settings for adults with intellectual disabilities and /or autism. Support individuals to live in their own homes in the community. Lead and support a staff team including staff supervision and appraisal including, rotas, team meetings, debriefing, and training.