The Community Safety & Intimidation Support Worker will be based at the WASP premises in Rathfarnham but will be required to provide support and liaison services throughout the Tallaght Drugs and Alcohol Task Force (TDATF) catchment area. The position is full-time.
The purpose of the SBHI Health Development Project is to facilitate a greater standard of understanding and experience with regards to positive health promotion in the spina bifida and hydrocephalus community in Ireland. The position is full-time (35 hours per week).
The Family Support Workers at SBHI fulfil their roles through a combination of face-to-face meetings, email correspondence, social media interaction, phone support, and in facilitating meetings and events where appropriate. The position is full-time (35 hours per week).
You’ll help to meet client needs on a nightly basis; you will provide in-the-moment support and safety to clients. You will contribute to ensuring effective & consistent best-practice standards are followed in the Dublin Simon Community long-term accommodation services.
Join us & use your skills to make a real difference. Our programmes aim to prevent the reception of young people into care and/or to support community or foster placements. Also aim to support young people returning to the community from residential care/ custody.
We are seeking applications from energetic and enthusiastic individual to join our team as Cook at our services. Candidates must be highly motivated, creative, and experienced with a passion for engaging with clients who are homeless/at risk of homelessness.
To act as a positive role model and be responsible for the delivery and implementation of a high quality play-based curriculum under the guidance of the national quality frameworks Aistear & Síolta. Minimum of Fetac Level 6 in Early Years Education. Level 7 preferred.
Project Workers will be required to be deliver all aspects of the Janus programme in a flexible manner as part of a team. They will work in close partnership with statutory agencies, community resources and the young person and their family/carer.
Work as part of the Housing First Service to deliver a ‘Housing First’ approach to individuals experiencing homelessness across Limerick & Clare. Develop & improve wrap around health supports in ‘Housing First’ tenancies & address the complex health needs.
To act as a support person for Ukrainian refugees in the North Cork area. Co-ordinate day activities & organise support & advice systems, provide guidance & accompany refugees for translation purposed, where required. Fluency in Ukrainian & English is required.
This role offers a fantastic opportunity to be a member of a multi-disciplined team using holistic approaches. To support service users identified as requiring resettlement support to move out of homelessness. This role is a fixed term 2 years – 35 hours per week.
This role is vital to the successful delivery of quality programmes and services in NOVAS for our clients or tenants. The Catering Manager will support the residential and outreach services within the authority delegated by the Senior Residential West Manager.
We are forming a panel of Home Visitors for its ParentChild+ Programme in Limerick. Home Visitors introduce new books and toys to parents and children, help them to bond through learning and play, and encourage parents to be the child’s first and best teacher.
WALK continues on a challenging and exciting phase of development guided by our most recent strategic and operational plans. We are offering an exciting opportunity for someone to join our senior management team and gain invaluable experience at this level.
Local Area Employment Service is a new programme funded by Department of Social Protection that aim of which is to provide support long term individuals to back to work. We are now looking for additional Case Workers (full time / 35 hrs) to strengths our team.
We are recruiting a Donegal Housing Support Worker to work as a part of our team delivering the Housing First service in the Northwest of Ireland. The successful candidates will be offered a fix term contract of employment for 35 hours per week.
The successful candidate will work on a daily basis with one family coming from homelessness who have complex needs. The duties and responsibilities are unique and varied because the people we support all have unique needs. Hours: 20 hours per week.
We wish to recruit a Family Support Worker, (39 hours, Maternity Cover) as part of our B&B Outreach Service. The role will involve supporting families, women and children who are currently living in B&B, hotels, or other private emergency accommodation.
You are a dynamic and energetic team player with a passion for working with children/young people with intellectual disabilities. You are kind, caring, and compassionate. You have excellent team working skills, and thrive in a collaborative environment.
We are currently recruiting for the following positions: Housing Support Assistant – Emergency Service, Housing Support Assistant – Community Based Housing x 2, Housing Support Officer Relief Panel, Housing Support Assistant Relief Panel & Night Support Worker.
Posts will be based in Westside in Galway City (x2) & in Tuam in Galway County (x1). The successful candidates will be expected to plan, deliver and report on programmes for young people aged between 10 and 24 years of age. Part-time hours may be considered.
At Dublin Simon Community, we are passionate about making home a reality. As a Support Worker in our treatment services (BBV / Detox) you will support clients as part of a team to ensure their safety and needs during stabilisation / respite from alcohol or drugs.
You’ll help to meet client needs on a daily basis; you will provide in-the-moment support and safety to clients. You will contribute to ensuring effective and consistent best-practice standards are followed in the Dublin Simon Community long-term accommodation services.
Skills & Experience Required: Demonstrate knowledge and experience in the field of community development. The ability to be self-motivating and a self-starter. Demonstrate ability to relate to and support participants. Ability to work as part of a team.
The Governance Officer (three days per week) will be responsible for providing high quality administrative assistance to the CEO, Board Directors & Committee Members. Operating as part of a team is most important, with the flexibility to respond to various tasks as required.
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