Society of Saint Vincent de Paul - St. Vincent’s Hostel: Weekend Shift Attendant x 3
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Weekend Shift Attendant x 3
Reference No: WSASTV0320
Location: St. Vincent’s Hostel, Anglesea Terrace, Cork.
Duration: Part Time, Fixed Term 1 year.
Hours: 19.5 hours per week
Published: 19 March 2020
Closing Date: 4PM Friday 03 April 2020
The purpose of this role is part to;
To have overall responsibility for the service during the weekend (Friday evening to Sunday evening), ensuring all Health and Safety standards are maintained and the needs of the service users are met.
The successful candidate should possess the following:
- A good standard of education is essential for this position.
- FETAC Level 5 (or higher) healthcare qualification or training in healthcare would be a distinct advantage.
- BA in Social Care (NFQ Level 7) or higher is desirable for this position.
- To have an understanding of the needs of homeless men.
- To have an understanding of Health and Safety issues.
- Knowledge and understanding around addiction and mental health issues.
- At least one-year experience of working in a similar role, in a paid or voluntary capacity in a social care context would be a distinct advantage.
- Experience on a homeless sector service would be a distinct advantage.
- An ability to communicate and work safely with all.
- Non-judgmental attitude.
- The ability to maintain professional boundaries.
- The ability to work as part of a team, and on own initiative where required.
- Be able to manage challenging people/situations.
- To respond in a warm and compassionate manner while retaining professional boundaries.
- Ability to fulfil administrative duties.
- Proficient computer skills including MS Word and experience with a database.
If you have the desire to join one of Ireland’s best known, trusted and respected not-for-profit organisations, please go to www.svp.ie/Jobs for details on how to apply, including full job description and application form. You can apply online directly at www.svp.ie/jobs or post your completed application form to Human Resources, SVP House, 91-92 Sean McDermott Street, Dublin 1.
Garda Vetting is required for some roles which carry out work with Children, Young People and Vulnerable persons. If your role requires Garda Vetting, appointment is subject to satisfactory references and Garda Vetting. Canvassing will not be accepted and may lead to disqualification. Due to the large volume of applications, we are not in the position to provide individual feedback to candidates who are not shortlisted for interview.
SVP is an Equal Opportunities Employer