The Community Safety & Intimidation Support Worker will be based at the WASP premises in Rathfarnham but will be required to provide support and liaison services throughout the Tallaght Drugs and Alcohol Task Force (TDATF) catchment area. The position is full-time.
The purpose of the SBHI Health Development Project is to facilitate a greater standard of understanding and experience with regards to positive health promotion in the spina bifida and hydrocephalus community in Ireland. The position is full-time (35 hours per week).
The Family Support Workers at SBHI fulfil their roles through a combination of face-to-face meetings, email correspondence, social media interaction, phone support, and in facilitating meetings and events where appropriate. The position is full-time (35 hours per week).
Reporting to a Senior Inspector, Inspectors work collaboratively as part of a team responsible for high quality inspections of prisons and/or investigations into matters relating to the operation and management of a prison including circumstances surrounding deaths in custody.
You’ll help to meet client needs on a nightly basis; you will provide in-the-moment support and safety to clients. You will contribute to ensuring effective & consistent best-practice standards are followed in the Dublin Simon Community long-term accommodation services.
Join us & use your skills to make a real difference. Our programmes aim to prevent the reception of young people into care and/or to support community or foster placements. Also aim to support young people returning to the community from residential care/ custody.
We are seeking applications from energetic and enthusiastic individual to join our team as Cook at our services. Candidates must be highly motivated, creative, and experienced with a passion for engaging with clients who are homeless/at risk of homelessness.
This role is responsible for developing strategic and propositional policy asks, ensuring a progressive contribution to the issues we seek to address. Whilst we are seeking full time cover, we are flexible on this and encourage any suitable candidates to apply.
To act as a positive role model and be responsible for the delivery and implementation of a high quality play-based curriculum under the guidance of the national quality frameworks Aistear & Síolta. Minimum of Fetac Level 6 in Early Years Education. Level 7 preferred.
Project Workers will be required to be deliver all aspects of the Janus programme in a flexible manner as part of a team. They will work in close partnership with statutory agencies, community resources and the young person and their family/carer.
The successful applicant will be responsible for planning and executing a variety of activities that aim to positively impact the lives of young people. These activities should enhance the personal and social development of young people.
The purpose of this role is to provide an efficient & flexible administrative support service to the Bawnlea Centre and Special Needs Service, in an integrated way with the wider Barnardos organisation. Contract: Part-time (24 hours per week) & maternity cover.
This is an exciting and dynamic role for someone that wants to promote sustainable development as we head into a season of elections: Local, European, and General. The post is a part-time role and you'll be working closely with the current Coordinator.
Work as part of the Housing First Service to deliver a ‘Housing First’ approach to individuals experiencing homelessness across Limerick & Clare. Develop & improve wrap around health supports in ‘Housing First’ tenancies & address the complex health needs.
To act as a support person for Ukrainian refugees in the North Cork area. Co-ordinate day activities & organise support & advice systems, provide guidance & accompany refugees for translation purposed, where required. Fluency in Ukrainian & English is required.
This role offers a fantastic opportunity to be a member of a multi-disciplined team using holistic approaches. To support service users identified as requiring resettlement support to move out of homelessness. This role is a fixed term 2 years – 35 hours per week.
This role is vital to the successful delivery of quality programmes and services in NOVAS for our clients or tenants. The Catering Manager will support the residential and outreach services within the authority delegated by the Senior Residential West Manager.
The purpose of this role is to support young people (0.8FTE) and people living with an intellectual disability (0.2FTE) and groups to improve their experience of sexual health, healthy relationships and education. This is a full-time, fixed term contract until January 2025.
We are forming a panel of Home Visitors for its ParentChild+ Programme in Limerick. Home Visitors introduce new books and toys to parents and children, help them to bond through learning and play, and encourage parents to be the child’s first and best teacher.
Children & Youth
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