Muiríosa Foundation: Support Workers (Relief) - Longford Town
Valuing life, helping people build meaningful lifestyles.
We are seeking to recruit to the following positions:
Please quote the following job reference on your application form/email: CSBC008-2
I am a man in my 50’s looking for someone to support me to be more independent in my own home and to assist me to make connections and develop relationships within my local community. I am looking for someone who is motivated, enthusiastic and creative. I am interested in Social Dancing, Country Music, Comedy, Rally Driving. I also have a keen interest in travelling. Through my many interests I would like to gain meaningful employment with some support.
Informal Enquiries to: Martin Mangan 087 9470136
Essential requirements/qualities of applicant are:
- Support workers must have the same interests and be a good match for me. And must be willing to complete FETAC/ QQI Level 5 (Major Award) in Healthcare or equivalent (e.g. Health Service Skills, Healthcare Support).
- Support workers must be willing to work weekends and sleepovers.
- Willing to work in other locations within the service.
Desirable requirements/qualities of applicant are:
- Knowledge of Autism. Social Role Valorisation and Supported Self Directed Living. SSDL.
- The successful candidates will have excellent communication skills and be a champion for me, aiming high and to make a difference by helping to build meaningful life for me.
To apply: Applications are available at www.muiriosa.ie. (Submit documents by email to the Recruitment Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org as per the last page of the application or by post to the Recruitment Officer, HR Dept, Moore Abbey, Monasterevin, Co Kildare).
If you are unable to download an application form please telephone 045532217 during office hours.
Closing date for receipt of completed applications: Friday 30th October 2020 @10am
Applications will not be accepted without the job reference being quoted i.e. CSBC008-2
Please note that for each position a panel may be formed.
The Muiríosa Foundation is an equal opportunities employer.