SAOL Project: National Seeking Safety Project Lead

SAOL Project

National Project Lead for Seeking Safety Project is a new position, arising from the support of the Department of Health through its Women’s Health Fund. The Seeking Safety Project will develop and implement a cross sectoral, interagency Irish adaptation of the Seeking Safety model to support hard to reach women who experience both mental health and substance use issues, paying particular attention to those experiencing domestic and sexual gender based violence.

We are looking for an experienced and motivated person to lead this Project. Working with the CEO of the SAOL Project (employers) along with 6 other organisations and the programme manager of Dual Diagnosis clinical programme (HSE), the successful candidate will develop and roll out a Seeking Safety model with partner organisations in Dublin, Drogheda, Roscommon and Limerick. A team of seven Seeking Safety workers and 7 Seeking Safety Peer workers will assist you in this work.

Applicants should read the accompanying job description and are then asked to submit a full CV with a detailed supporting letter explaining their suitability for the post by 5.00pm Friday 26th August 2022. Interviews will take place during the week beginning 5th September 2022.

Any questions relating to this post can be addressed to using the subject ‘Questions re Seeking Safety Post’. Due to annual leave, there may be a delay in response to such questions but all emails will be responded to before the closing date for applications.

All applications to with subject line ‘Seeking Safety Application’. Postal applications to ‘SAOL Project, 58 Amiens St, Dublin 1, D01K253

Late submissions will not be considered.

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General Info

Date Entered/Updated
5th Aug, 2022
Dublin 1
Expiry Date
26th Aug, 2022