The purpose of this permanent, full time role is to provide person centered support to Step Down participants in Stanhope Green (& Clonmore Villas) to help them maintain their recovery from addiction and support them to secure appropriate move-on accommodation.
Leading and managing in a manner which is in harmony with the ethos, mission & values of L’Arche Ireland. Seeing that the needs of the people with intellectual disabilities are met & that their gifts and place are promoted in the community & in the wider local environment.
Up to 39 hours per week. A minimum of QQI Level 6 or minimum QQI level 5 in early childhood. Proficient knowledge in child development theories and practices. To fill in and maintain the appropriate records. Implement the curriculum and routine within the Centre.
A strong commitment to caring and an empathetic understanding of those with an intellectual disability are essential attributes for this role. The candidate will need great people skills, be flexible & have experience with rapid & complex changing work environments.
This role focuses on bookkeeping duties, filing, processing payments, recording staff holiday and absence, assisting with payroll tasks and general office management. The administration team also records & manages paperwork for the CE staff working in the project.
We are looking for an energetic, organised, and focused person, with great people skills. The person will be part of the Placement Programmes Team. This is a new role within South Dublin County Partnership that will evolve as the project develops and grows.
We are recruiting a Training & Development Officer (14 hours a week) to develop training programmes & resources to improve Deaf & Hard of Hearing accessibility in a range of public bodies & key organisations (priority would be Cork hospitals & other medical services).
You will have values and beliefs that are aligned with our ethos. You will have the ability to develop positive relationships with people with complex needs, ASD, and behaviours of concern. Flexibility is essential to adopt your approach to meet a person’s needs.
Candidates are being sought for the position of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Office of the Police Ombudsman. The CEO will be responsible for transforming the organisation, as detailed in the new Policing, Security and Community Safety Bill.
Applications are invited for a Family Support Worker (21 hours per week). Should have a relevant qualification at minimum QQI Level 6 (Higher Certificate, Advanced Certificate), for e.g. Advanced Certificate Family Support Work or relevant qualification in a similar field.
To support and work in close collaboration with the Project Manager and staff team to implement the overall aims and objectives of the organization strategic plan. This post is specifically funded to work and support the Ukrainian community in our target area.
Responsible for recruiting and supporting community sponsorship groups across Cork, Kerry (Area 2) Waterford, Wexford, Carlow, Kilkenny & Laois (Area 5) & supporting newcomer refugee families settling in Ireland through the Community Sponsorship programme.
Support individuals & families from different nationalities, who are residing in IPAS accommodation. Working directly with service users, to achieve the best outcomes, using the Depaul Support Toolkit and be able to access other relevant wraparound services.
Help to meet client needs on a daily basis; you will provide in-the-moment support and safety to clients. Contribute to ensuring effective and consistent best-practice standards are followed in the Dublin Simon Community long-term accommodation services.
Work directly with clients work with the clients of Dublin Simon Community in short-term accommodation to implement and carry out effective care and case management, with the objective of progression to and sustainment of long-term accommodation.
Preparation & cooking of nutritionally balanced meals for residents within guidelines of the service manager and chef ensuring compliance with HACCP standards. Contract type: Full-Time Permanent Contract. Working hours: 37.5 hours per week, Monday-Sunday.
Implement the objectives / programmes of Youth Work Ireland Tipperary, work within the community to develop / deliver programmes and activities for young people living in Thurles & Templemore thus supporting the improvement of quality of life of young people.
The role of the Project Worker will be to work with a selected group of children & young people to improve attendance, participation & retention. The SCP is one of 3 strands of the Tusla Education Support Services. Part Time (22 hours per week) 12 month contract.
The purpose of this role is the delivery of quality care & support to the people who use our services within Inspire supported living, day care, outreach & residential services for adults with Autism and other complex needs. Hours: 39 hours. Contract Type: Permanent.
Due to expansion are now recruiting for the positions: Social Care Workers - Meath/Louth Border – Full Time Contracts, Laois – Full Time Contracts, Relief Social Care Workers – All Locations and Social Care Support Workers - Meath/Louth Border & Garryhinch, Laois/Offaly Border.
Applicants must have a 3rd level qualification in Youth Work (or other relevant discipline) to Degree level. A minimum of 1 year experience within this sector working with challenging young people. Full clean driving license and own transport is an advantage. Strong leadership skills.
The position of Youth Justice Worker is funded by the European Social Fund (2014-2020) and the Irish Youth Justice Service, Department of Justice and Equality. The Youth Diversion Projects are supported by the Irish Youth Justice Service in conjunction with An Garda Síochána.
Lucan, Co Dublin
Children & Youth
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