Applications are invited for the following posts in the Brothers Of Charity Services Ireland South East Region Ballytobin Services:
Permanent Full Time Team Leader (CNM2 Grade/Social Care Leader Grade): The successful candidate will be registered with An Bord Altranais R.N.I.D or a third level qualification in health or social care and have five years post registration experience. You will be required to have 3 years management experience and a relevant management qualification is essential to take on the role of Person In Charge (PIC). Innovation, creativity and a team approach to service delivery in a community setting are essential attributes for the individuals interested in this post.
Permanent Part Time Support Workers (Care Assistant Grade) and Locum Relief Support Workers (Care Assistant Grade): The successful candidates must have a third level qualification relevant to the provision of services to individuals with intellectual disabilities or at a minimum a QQI Level 5 Major Award. Experience of working with people with intellectual disabilities is desirable. You must have excellent communication and problem solving skills.
Candidates for all posts must be flexible in their approach to service provision and have the ability to work as a member of a team. Innovation, creativity and a team approach to service delivery in a community setting are essential attributes for the individuals interested in these positions.
*A full clean driver’s licence is essential for all posts. Informal enquiries for all of the above posts to Breda Gaffney 087-9058532. To view the job description and to make an application on-line, please log on to www.brothersofcharity.ie/southeast. Closing date is Wednesday 5th December 2018. The Brothers of Charity Services Ireland - South East Region is an equal opportunities employer.
In their services to Children and Adults with Intellectual Disabilities, the Brothers of Charity Services Ireland - South East Region seek to provide an environment in which the dignity of each person is recognised, respected and valued and they are supported to live their lives in ordinary settings. The charity are committed to a person centred approach to service delivery and to working with the people who use our Services to claim their rightful place in society as equal citizens. Inclusion underpins all aspects of our work and we endeavour to build inclusive and supportive networks that enable each individual to participate in, contribute to and enjoy all facets of community living. The Brothers of Charity Services Ireland - South East Region are accredited by the Council on Quality and Leadership.