Since 1997, the Sexual Health Centre has been a leading organisation supporting and promoting sexual health in Ireland. The Sexual Health Centre works in partnership with the Youth Health Service in providing services for young people aged 23 and under. The Sexual Health Centre is now seeking an exceptional individual to join our counselling and psychotherapy team to provide maternity cover on a full or part time basis based at the Youth Health Service.
We currently have a vacancy for a Health & Wellbeing Lead / Deputy Person In Charge (Nurse). This person will work at the capacity of deputy person in charge and also maintain oversight of health and wellbeing for service users. This position would suit someone with a Qualification in ID, General or Psychiatric nursing with experience in the area of Intellectual Disability.
L’Arche Kilkenny invites applications from suitable candidates for the positions - Deputy House Leaders. There are two positions available, 1 full time position and 1 for a 12 month fixed term position dependent on continued HSE funding. The applicants must have a minimum of a Fetac / QQI 5 in healthcare / social care or social care degree.
We are currently recruiting a Social Care Leader (Children), Person in Charge. Permanent Contract. Minimum requirements HETAC / DIT Degree/National Diploma in Social Care / Applied Social Care Studies and Level 6, or above Management Course and Full Clean Driving Licence.
Essential - Registered Nurse with An Bord Altranais. At least 5 years experience of working with people with an intellectual disability. Experience of working in a management role preferable CNM1. Experience of working with individuals with high support needs. Have a clear understanding of HIQA guidelines and the policies that govern it. Full Clean Drivers Licence. Excellent IT, administration, report writing and organisational skills. Demonstrate initiative, good interpersonal and teamwork skills.
The EOLAS Project Lead working alongside a Service User Project Worker, will be employed and line managed by Kildare Youth Services, and will report in to the EOLAS Steering Committee. This is a 4-day per week role (30 hours). The post will be based in Dublin with significant travel across the country involved.
The purpose of this jobs is to facilitate a service user focused service to adults with varying disabilities & complex health needs that include, Intellectual Disability, Epilepsy and Parkinson’ Disease.
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced and passionate health or social care professional. You will be initially seconded to work with Gheel Autism Services CLG as part of our ongoing collaboration with them. Following registration of the service at Cluain Farm, Co Meath, you will facilitate its’ integration into Positive Futures and assume responsibility for the Eastern region of Positive Futures.
Our Support Workers are central to ensuring that Praxis Care achieves our goal of providing quality care and support to our Service Users. Each of our Support workers will work as part of a dedicated team to provide a high quality and reliable support service. Our Support Workers provide friendliness and encouragement towards our Service Users supporting independence and providing the environment for Service Users to achieve their desired outcomes.
Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Ireland is currently recruiting enthusiastic and caring individuals, who are qualified nurses, to work on SHINE 2018, our summer independence training programme. Nursing staff are responsible for looking after all nursing needs of participants. SHINE 2018 is taking place in various locations in July / August / September over five separate weeks: nurses staff must commit to working on at least one of the five-week programmes.