HAYS: Relief Project Workers / Night Safety Attendants (Homeless Services) - Dublin City
Relief Project Workers / Night Safety Attendants – Homeless Services – Dublin City – €14.30-€16.39ph
Your new company
Your new company has been dedicated to tackling homelessness for individuals and families across Ireland for over 15 years. By offering client centred services, you company has assisted those most at risk of marginalisation and isolation in Ireland to better their lives. With a non-judgmental, trauma-informed approach, your company understands the complex interplay of the factors that contribute to homelessness, including addition and psychological needs.
Your new role
In your new role as a Project Worker or Night Safety Attendant, you will empower clients by respecting their rights and diversity and treating them with dignity and respect. You will provide effective care and support by acknowledging the challenges your clients face and dealing with situations sensitively.
You will coordinate the support plans of assigned key-clients and take oversee the administration responsibilities for them. You will collaborate with colleagues to promote the wellbeing of clients.
What you'll need to succeed
To be successful as a Project Worker or Night Safety Attendant you will have a minimum QQI level 5 in Social Care or another related field. You should have 1 year of experience working with homelessness, and availability to work day and night shifts. You should have good written, oral and IT skills. Conflict resolution skills and a good understanding of low threshold services and the harm reduction model would make you a strong candidate.
What you'll get in return
As a new Project Worker or Night Safety Attendant, you will have flexibility over shifts with options to do early, evening or night shifts, with premiums on Sundays. You will receive 26 days annual leave pro rata (based on 40-hour week). You will receive necessary trainings to develop your skills to prepare you for the role. You will gain invaluable and transferable experience from veteran teams across Dublin city.
What you need to do now
If you are interested in this role or would like to have a confidential conversation about your career and your next steps, then please contact Kayleigh with your CV at Kayleigh.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternatively, if you would like to know about other opportunities that suit you, send us your CV and a little about what you are looking for and we will arrange a call to discuss what you want.