Depaul: Case Worker – Midlands
Depaul believes that everyone should have a place to call home and a stake in their community. Our aim is to work with those who are socially excluded and marginalised by providing a quality led service in order to produce the best possible outcomes for those accessing our services. We strive to empower our service users to make choices and decisions about the way they live their lives. We work in partnership with central and local government, housing associations and other non-governmental organisations.
Depaul is an equal opportunities employer, we offer a standard 35 hour working week, generous leave entitlements and a pension scheme. We support all staff with regular supervision and core training.
Case Worker – Own Door Case Management - Midlands
€36,029 Fixed Term- 12 months
Hours: 35 hours per week
Your new role
This role is to support single individuals and families from different nationalities, who are currently residing in IPAS accommodation in the east region of Ireland. You will be working directly with service users, to achieve the best outcomes, using the Depaul Support Toolkit and be able to access other relevant wraparound services needed for client’s progression.
Locations: Midlands / Cork Ireland
- Social Studies /Case Management Accredited Qualification
- Full Valid Driver’s Licence and access to the use of a car
- At least two year of working, as a case manager with service users with complex needs and co-ordinating support plans for service users.
- At least one year of regular use of IT systems with a good proficiency in Excel & Word
- Experience of working in liaison with other agencies within the voluntary and statutory sectors
- A clear understanding of the case management approach
- Experience in outreach or tenancy sustainment capacity
- Experience in working with families
This list in not exhaustive
What we can offer you
Diversity and inclusion is championed within Depaul, with staff drawn from all walks of life. Strong focus is placed on staff development in the form of robust induction, regular supervision, joint annual reviews, and a wealth of learning and development opportunities. Staff wellbeing is prioritised through a suite of benefits, such as pension, health insurance, Employee Assistance Programme, and much more.