Opened in 2009, the NOVAS Respite House cares for the families and loved ones of people with addiction. Funded by the Mid-West Regional Drugs and Alcohol Forum, the service seeks to improve the lives for those supporting people in addiction. 20 hours per week.
The successful candidate will act in a professional, compassionate and trauma-informed manner at all times, and will work alongside colleagues to ensure the safe & efficient running of the service in accordance with the policies & procedures of Novas. 20 hours per week.
We invite applications from enthusiastic and self-motivated individuals for the position of: Instructor of Pre-College General Learning (QQI Level 4). The Pre-College General Learning course will be a new course beginning in the Training Centre in 2024. 35-hour week.
You’ll provide high-quality service and work directly with clients to ensure the provision of outreach and engagement services to people rough sleeping in Dublin. You’ll advocate for rough sleepers to access accommodation and other appropriate services.
To manage key stakeholder relationships and progress suitable opportunities as they arise across housing management and delivery. Social housing services are currently delivered through a network of volunteer housing groups (Conferences). Permanent full-time role.
The successful candidate will work towards the implementation of the NYCI’s Equality and Intercultural Programme focusing on racial justice work with youth organisations on a national and regional basis. This is a full-time (35 hours per week) fixed term post.
Ideally an individual with a lived experience of a suicide loss, to work with the HUGG Groups Manager in supporting our volunteers and in the expansion and promotion of HUGG suicide bereavement support groups and HUGG events nationwide. 16 hours per week.
Applications are being sought from suitably qualified and experienced people for the role of Childminding Development Officer, Full-Time, Fixed term contract until 31st December 2024. Must have a minimum of 5 years’ experience of working in the ELC/SAC/Childminding sector.
Externs programmes (Janus, IHSS and Youth Support) aims to prevent the reception of young people into care and/or to support community or foster placements. The programme also aims to support young people returning to the community from residential care/ custody.
We invite applications for a Manager who will have responsibility for the day to day management of the SICAP & LAES Programmes. An exciting & challenging opportunity to manage well-established & highly regarded Programmes which have a strong & dedicated staff team.
The core purpose of the Project Worker role is to provide support to households and individuals in maintaining their homes and to prevent individuals and households who may be at risk of losing their homes from becoming homeless. Contract: Full time, Permanent.
Focus on targeting young people exiting state care or in receipt of aftercare supports who are identified as most at risk of homelessness. Provide day-to-day leadership, management and supervision of staff employed by Focus Ireland in the Youth Services.
The primary purpose of this role is to work as a member of the Housing Support Services Team, providing housing support and management for customers accessing Focus Ireland Housing Services in Limerick. You will need a third level degree in Social Care or relevant other.
Work as part of a team with a responsibility to reduce the impact of childhood traumatic experiences that can occur while a family is experiencing homelessness. The CSW will work alongside casemanagers in the wider Family HAT team to support families in exiting homelessness.
The purpose of the post is to provide capacity for the Sláintecare Healthy Communities to improve community health and wellbeing in the designated Healthy Community areas by addressing the issues of poor diet and food poverty. This is not a clinical role.
An exciting & strategic role that will focus on the development of a coordinated approach to build public support for the IRC & the establishment of an efficient and coordinated internal communications structure throughout the IRC’s national network & head office in Dublin.
The role of the Residential Rehabilitation Assistant (full-time, 39hr) is to support and assist people with acquired brain injury on every aspect of activities of daily living, to live valued lives of optimal independence and participation in activities within the community.
The purpose of this full-time (37 hours per week) role is to develop and implement programmes that respond to the needs of children and families referred to the service working in partnership with families and other organisational, community and voluntary bodies.
Project workers offer a variety of family support interventions for children and families. Families may self- refer to the service or may be referred by community organisations, schools and health care professionals. Contract: Part time (30 hours) and specific purpose.
Children & Youth
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