Hours:Flexible shifts to suit your requirements
What we offer:
-Competitive rates of pay (Incl Sunday & night rate)
-Excellent Holiday entitlements
-Flexibility within your working schedule - you give your own availability
-Online bookings system
-A fully comprehensive induction training programme
-Full in-house training (CPR, Patient Manual Handling, etc)
-Refer a friend bonus
-24-hour on call support
-Dedicated booking coordinator
-Continued personal & Professional development
-Opportunity to gain experience
Support Workers provide a key-working supportive role for a group of people supported by the services. The role comprises of two main elements.
-Firstly the Support Worker is responsible for all aspects of personal care required during the day. This includes supporting individuals with their meals, personal hygiene and other related aspects of physical well-being, to the extent required by the individual.
-Secondly, a major focus of the Support Worker role is to assist people supported by the services with development of Individual Plans and the achievement of associated outcomes, and critically, in participating in the ordinary everyday life of the community through inclusive and creative thinking.
-Applicants must have a good general education.
-A recognised qualification appropriate to the field of Intellectual Disability is an advantage. A QQI Level 5 or higher desirable.
-A full clean manual Irish Driving License (Class B) is an essential requirement of this post.
-Fluency in verbal and written English is an essential requirement of this post.
-Disability and prior experience of working in residential services is an advantage but not required
Candidates must be able to demonstrate flexibility, communication and team-working skills, together with an enthusiasm for the post.
IT skills are essential.
Candidates should Have:
-Knowledge of the service.
-Knowledge of Health & Safety as it relates to the role.
-Strong communication & interpersonal skills.
-Ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team.
-Planning & organisational skills.
-FETAC/QQI Level 5
-CPR & Patient Manual Handling
-2 written references
-Ability to work independently or part of a team
-Full vaccination record
-Must have (or be willing to complete) training as required
-Must have eligibility to work in Ireland
Be willing to undertake Garda Vetting
All applications will be treated with the strictest of confidence and only successful candidates will be contacted.
Servisource Contact: Aoife O'Neill
To apply for this position or for further information on the roles available, please contact Jessica on [email protected] and please quote the JO Number JO-2206-495128 in the subject bar.