HAYS: Social Care Worker - Intellectual Disability

Social Care Worker - Intellectual Disability

Social Care Worker - Intellectual Disability Residential and Day Service | Dublin | €30K - €45K

Your new company

Your new company is a leading provider of both residential and day services for clients with intellectual and learning disabilities. The company has over 30 centres from which they operate and are based in North County Dublin primarily. They are a not for profit organisation, HSE-funded and are truly committed to improving the quality of everyday life of their clients and supporting them to achieve their full potential as individuals.

Your new role

As a Social Care Worker, you will play an important role in ensuring that clients can achieve their full potential through supporting them in their day-to-day plans and activities. You will work with a highly-trained multidisciplinary team supporting the needs of your clients and building their confidence, strengths and abilities. You will be responsible for building a constructive relationship with your clients as to develop trust and engage on a level that impacts positively. Your role will be in either day services or residential services.

What you'll need to succeed

In order be successful in this role, you must have at least a Level 7/8 Degree in Social Care or a related field. In addition to this, you will ideally have experience in working with adults with intellectual disability, in either a residential or day services. You will have excellent communication skills as it is crucial that you can communicate with your clients at all levels. You must also have a full clean drivers’ licence.

What you'll get in return

In return, if successful in your application, you will be given the opportunity to work for a highly regarded Not-for-Profit organisation who specialise in intellectual disability services. Your salary will be guided by the HSE scale and based on the level of experience you have. You will start on a 12-month contract, and you will have the opportunity to progress within the organisation who are highly supportive and keen on development of their employees. You will also have access to a suite of online Hays training to assist you in growing and developing your experience.

What you need to do now

If you're interested in this role, please email an up to date CV to Orlaith Nangle, Orlaith.nangle@hays.com.

If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position within Social Care, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

General Info

Date Entered/Updated
13th Oct, 2020
Expiry Date
13th Dec, 2020