OUR ROLES
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These are just a few of the roles available at Brothers of Charity Services. Please search our Vacancies for all roles and to see full job descriptions.
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SUPPORT WORKER

Salary Range €27,935 - €40,393 (pro-rata)

Working with Brothers of Charity Services Ireland

Working with us means you will be joining an organisation that supports people with intellectual disabilities to be valued citizens in their local community, to have ordinary life experiences and to be closely connected to family and friends.

We require bright ambitious individuals who have a positive attitude towards working with persons with an intellectual disability and who are committed to ensuring that our persons supported lead as normal and enjoyable a life as possible. In return for this dedication and commitment we offer the following:

  • Competitive Rates of Pay
  • 22 days Annual Leave
  • Defined Benefit Pension Plan
  • Flexible Working Hours
  • Full Training provided
  • Full & Part-Time Work
  • Career Progression
  • Sick Leave
  • Employee Assistance Programs

The role of a Support Worker

Support Workers provide a key-working caring role for a group of People Supported by the Services. This role comprises two main elements. Firstly, the Support Worker is responsible for all aspects of personal care required during the day. This includes meals, personal hygiene and other related aspects of physical well-being. Secondly, a major focus of the Support Worker role is to assist and support People Supported by the Services with the development of their Individual Plans and achievement of associated outcomes. In addition, a critical component of this role is to support People Supported by the Services in community participation and integration.

The Brothers of Charity Services Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer


SOCIAL CARE WORKER

Salary Range €33,630 - € 48,465 (pro-rata)

Working with Brothers of Charity Services Ireland

Working with us means you will be joining an organisation that supports people with intellectual disabilities to be valued citizens in their local community, to have ordinary life experiences and to be closely connected to family and friends.

We require bright ambitious individuals who have a positive attitude towards working with persons with an intellectual disability and who are committed to ensuring that our persons supported lead as normal and enjoyable a life as possible. In return for this dedication and commitment we offer the following:

  • Competitive Rates of Pay
  • 22 days Annual Leave
  • Defined Benefit Pension Plan
  • Flexible Working Hours
  • Family Friendly Leave Arrangements
  • Full Training provided
  • Full & Part-Time Work
  • Career Progression
  • Sick Leave
  • Employee Assistance Programs

The role of a Social Care Worker

Social Care Workers fulfil a key worker supportive and advocative role for individuals supported by the service. The Social Care Worker’s role is to support the person in all aspects of their life focusing on the individual's ability and promoting independence and development of skills at all times. You will assist in all aspects of the practical tasks associated with the daily life of the person supported either in their home or within a day service setting. The Social Care Worker will assist and support people who use the service with the development of their individual person centred plan and the achievement of associated outcomes, and critically, will support people who use the service to make informed choices and fulfil their potential. They will encourage participation in the community through inclusive and creative thinking, seek opportunities for new experiences and help individuals make their own, informed choices.

The Brothers of Charity Services Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer

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STAFF NURSE

Salary Range €31,109 - €47,931 (pro-rata)

Working with Brothers of Charity Services Ireland

Working with us means you will be joining an organisation that supports people with intellectual disabilities to be valued citizens in their local community, to have ordinary life experiences and to be closely connected to family and friends.

We require bright ambitious individuals who have a positive attitude towards working with persons with an intellectual disability and who are committed to ensuring that our persons supported lead as normal and enjoyable a life as possible. In return for this dedication and commitment we offer the following:

  • Competitive Rates of Pay
  • 24 days Annual Leave
  • Defined Benefit Pension Plan
  • Flexible Working Hours
  • Family Friendly Leave Arrangements
  • Full Training provided
  • Full & Part-Time Work
  • Career Progression
  • Sick Leave
  • Employee Assistance Programs

The role of a Staff Nurse

The Staff Nurse will assess, plan, implement and evaluate care to the highest professional and ethical standards within the model of nursing care practiced in the relevant care setting. The Staff Nurse will provide complete, person centered care, promoting optimum independence and enhancing the quality of life for people supported by the service. You will assist in all aspects of the practical tasks associated with the daily life of the person supported. Brothers of Charity promotes interdisciplinary working and you will have the opportunity to work closely with professional colleagues to provide a range of specialist care services.

The Brothers of Charity Services Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer


community facilitator/instructor

Salary Range €29,087 - €43,813 (pro-rata)

Working with Brothers of Charity Services Ireland

Working with us means you will be joining an organisation that supports people with intellectual disabilities to be valued citizens in their local community, to have ordinary life experiences and to be closely connected to family and friends.

We require bright ambitious individuals who have a positive attitude towards working with persons with an intellectual disability and who are committed to ensuring that our persons supported lead as normal and enjoyable a life as possible. In return for this dedication and commitment we offer the following:

  • Competitive Rates of Pay
  • 22 days Annual Leave
  • Defined Benefit Pension Plan
  • Flexible Working Hours
  • Family Friendly Leave Arrangements
  • Full Training provided
  • Full & Part-Time Work
  • Career Progression
  • Sick Leave
  • Employee Assistance Programs

The role of a Community Facilitator/Instructor

As Community Facilitator/Instructor you will work as a member of a team to develop schemes of work and learning programmes in line with national guidelines. You will be responsible for planning, preparing and delivering these programmes to a range of classes, ensuring their suitability for the individual needs and abilities of people supported by the services. You will encourage, monitor and record the progress of individuals, and devise and adapt resources to suit your students. Community Facilitators/Instructors must also keep up to date with developments in their subject areas, new resources and methods. The prime consideration at all times must be for the welfare and wellbeing of the service user. This position requires a high degree of professionalism and competence in conflict resolution as well as the ability to understand and empower people with sometimes quite divergent points of view.

The Brothers of Charity Services Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer

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OUR ROLES
These are just a few of the roles available at Brothers of Charity Services. Please search our Vacancies for all roles and to see full job descriptions.

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SUPPORT WORKER

Salary Range €27,935 - €40,393 (pro-rata)

Working with Brothers of Charity Services Ireland

Working with us means you will be joining an organisation that supports people with intellectual disabilities to be valued citizens in their local community, to have ordinary life experiences and to be closely connected to family and friends.

We require bright ambitious individuals who have a positive attitude towards working with persons with an intellectual disability and who are committed to ensuring that our persons supported lead as normal and enjoyable a life as possible. In return for this dedication and commitment we offer the following:

  • Competitive Rates of Pay
  • 22 days Annual Leave
  • Defined Benefit Pension Plan
  • Flexible Working Hours
  • Full Training provided
  • Full & Part-Time Work
  • Career Progression
  • Sick Leave
  • Employee Assistance Programs

The role of a Support Worker

Support Workers provide a key-working caring role for a group of People Supported by the Services. This role comprises two main elements. Firstly, the Support Worker is responsible for all aspects of personal care required during the day. This includes meals, personal hygiene and other related aspects of physical well-being. Secondly, a major focus of the Support Worker role is to assist and support People Supported by the Services with the development of their Individual Plans and achievement of associated outcomes. In addition, a critical component of this role is to support People Supported by the Services in community participation and integration.

The Brothers of Charity Services Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer


SOCIAL CARE WORKER

Salary Range €33,630 - € 48,465 (pro-rata)

Working with Brothers of Charity Services Ireland

Working with us means you will be joining an organisation that supports people with intellectual disabilities to be valued citizens in their local community, to have ordinary life experiences and to be closely connected to family and friends.

We require bright ambitious individuals who have a positive attitude towards working with persons with an intellectual disability and who are committed to ensuring that our persons supported lead as normal and enjoyable a life as possible. In return for this dedication and commitment we offer the following:

  • Competitive Rates of Pay
  • 22 days Annual Leave
  • Defined Benefit Pension Plan
  • Flexible Working Hours
  • Family Friendly Leave Arrangements
  • Full Training provided
  • Full & Part-Time Work
  • Career Progression
  • Sick Leave
  • Employee Assistance Programs
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The role of a Social Care Worker

Social Care Workers fulfil a key worker supportive and advocative role for individuals supported by the service. The Social Care Worker’s role is to support the person in all aspects of their life focusing on the individual's ability and promoting independence and development of skills at all times. You will assist in all aspects of the practical tasks associated with the daily life of the person supported either in their home or within a day service setting. The Social Care Worker will assist and support people who use the service with the development of their individual person centred plan and the achievement of associated outcomes, and critically, will support people who use the service to make informed choices and fulfil their potential. They will encourage participation in the community through inclusive and creative thinking, seek opportunities for new experiences and help individuals make their own, informed choices.

The Brothers of Charity Services Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer


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STAFF NURSE

Salary Range €31,109 - €47,931 (pro-rata)

Working with Brothers of Charity Services Ireland

Working with us means you will be joining an organisation that supports people with intellectual disabilities to be valued citizens in their local community, to have ordinary life experiences and to be closely connected to family and friends.

We require bright ambitious individuals who have a positive attitude towards working with persons with an intellectual disability and who are committed to ensuring that our persons supported lead as normal and enjoyable a life as possible. In return for this dedication and commitment we offer the following:

  • Competitive Rates of Pay
  • 24 days Annual Leave
  • Defined Benefit Pension Plan
  • Flexible Working Hours
  • Family Friendly Leave Arrangements
  • Full Training provided
  • Full & Part-Time Work
  • Career Progression
  • Sick Leave
  • Employee Assistance Programs

The role of a Staff Nurse

The Staff Nurse will assess, plan, implement and evaluate care to the highest professional and ethical standards within the model of nursing care practiced in the relevant care setting. The Staff Nurse will provide complete, person centered care, promoting optimum independence and enhancing the quality of life for people supported by the service. You will assist in all aspects of the practical tasks associated with the daily life of the person supported. Brothers of Charity promotes interdisciplinary working and you will have the opportunity to work closely with professional colleagues to provide a range of specialist care services.

The Brothers of Charity Services Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer


community facilitator/instructor

Salary Range €29,087 - €43,813 (pro-rata)

Working with Brothers of Charity Services Ireland

Working with us means you will be joining an organisation that supports people with intellectual disabilities to be valued citizens in their local community, to have ordinary life experiences and to be closely connected to family and friends.

We require bright ambitious individuals who have a positive attitude towards working with persons with an intellectual disability and who are committed to ensuring that our persons supported lead as normal and enjoyable a life as possible. In return for this dedication and commitment we offer the following:

  • Competitive Rates of Pay
  • 22 days Annual Leave
  • Defined Benefit Pension Plan
  • Flexible Working Hours
  • Family Friendly Leave Arrangements
  • Full Training provided
  • Full & Part-Time Work
  • Career Progression
  • Sick Leave
  • Employee Assistance Programs
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The role of a Community Facilitator/Instructor

As Community Facilitator/Instructor you will work as a member of a team to develop schemes of work and learning programmes in line with national guidelines. You will be responsible for planning, preparing and delivering these programmes to a range of classes, ensuring their suitability for the individual needs and abilities of people supported by the services. You will encourage, monitor and record the progress of individuals, and devise and adapt resources to suit your students. Community Facilitators/Instructors must also keep up to date with developments in their subject areas, new resources and methods. The prime consideration at all times must be for the welfare and wellbeing of the service user. This position requires a high degree of professionalism and competence in conflict resolution as well as the ability to understand and empower people with sometimes quite divergent points of view.

The Brothers of Charity Services Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer



OUR ROLES
These are just a few of the roles available at Brothers of Charity Services. Please search our Vacancies for all roles and to see full job descriptions.

Image of Support Worker
SUPPORT WORKER

Salary Range €27,935 - €40,393 (pro-rata)

Working with Brothers of Charity Services Ireland

Working with us means you will be joining an organisation that supports people with intellectual disabilities to be valued citizens in their local community, to have ordinary life experiences and to be closely connected to family and friends.

We require bright ambitious individuals who have a positive attitude towards working with persons with an intellectual disability and who are committed to ensuring that our persons supported lead as normal and enjoyable a life as possible. In return for this dedication and commitment we offer the following:

  • Competitive Rates of Pay
  • 22 days Annual Leave
  • Defined Benefit Pension Plan
  • Flexible Working Hours
  • Full Training provided
  • Full & Part-Time Work
  • Career Progression
  • Sick Leave
  • Employee Assistance Programs

The role of a Support Worker

Support Workers provide a key-working caring role for a group of People Supported by the Services. This role comprises two main elements. Firstly, the Support Worker is responsible for all aspects of personal care required during the day. This includes meals, personal hygiene and other related aspects of physical well-being. Secondly, a major focus of the Support Worker role is to assist and support People Supported by the Services with the development of their Individual Plans and achievement of associated outcomes. In addition, a critical component of this role is to support People Supported by the Services in community participation and integration.

The Brothers of Charity Services Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer


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SOCIAL CARE WORKER

Salary Range €33,630 - € 48,465 (pro-rata)

Working with Brothers of Charity Services Ireland

Working with us means you will be joining an organisation that supports people with intellectual disabilities to be valued citizens in their local community, to have ordinary life experiences and to be closely connected to family and friends.

We require bright ambitious individuals who have a positive attitude towards working with persons with an intellectual disability and who are committed to ensuring that our persons supported lead as normal and enjoyable a life as possible. In return for this dedication and commitment we offer the following:

  • Competitive Rates of Pay
  • 22 days Annual Leave
  • Defined Benefit Pension Plan
  • Flexible Working Hours
  • Family Friendly Leave Arrangements
  • Full Training provided
  • Full & Part-Time Work
  • Career Progression
  • Sick Leave
  • Employee Assistance Programs

The role of a Social Care Worker

Social Care Workers fulfil a key worker supportive and advocative role for individuals supported by the service. The Social Care Worker’s role is to support the person in all aspects of their life focusing on the individual's ability and promoting independence and development of skills at all times. You will assist in all aspects of the practical tasks associated with the daily life of the person supported either in their home or within a day service setting. The Social Care Worker will assist and support people who use the service with the development of their individual person centred plan and the achievement of associated outcomes, and critically, will support people who use the service to make informed choices and fulfil their potential. They will encourage participation in the community through inclusive and creative thinking, seek opportunities for new experiences and help individuals make their own, informed choices.

The Brothers of Charity Services Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer


Image of Staff Nurse
STAFF NURSE

Salary Range €31,109 - €47,931 (pro-rata)

Working with Brothers of Charity Services Ireland

Working with us means you will be joining an organisation that supports people with intellectual disabilities to be valued citizens in their local community, to have ordinary life experiences and to be closely connected to family and friends.

We require bright ambitious individuals who have a positive attitude towards working with persons with an intellectual disability and who are committed to ensuring that our persons supported lead as normal and enjoyable a life as possible. In return for this dedication and commitment we offer the following:

  • Competitive Rates of Pay
  • 24 days Annual Leave
  • Defined Benefit Pension Plan
  • Flexible Working Hours
  • Family Friendly Leave Arrangements
  • Full Training provided
  • Full & Part-Time Work
  • Career Progression
  • Sick Leave
  • Employee Assistance Programs

The role of a Staff Nurse

The Staff Nurse will assess, plan, implement and evaluate care to the highest professional and ethical standards within the model of nursing care practiced in the relevant care setting. The Staff Nurse will provide complete, person centered care, promoting optimum independence and enhancing the quality of life for people supported by the service. You will assist in all aspects of the practical tasks associated with the daily life of the person supported. Brothers of Charity promotes interdisciplinary working and you will have the opportunity to work closely with professional colleagues to provide a range of specialist care services.

The Brothers of Charity Services Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer


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COMMUNITY FACILITATOR/ INSTRUCTOR

Salary Range €29,087 - €43,813 (pro-rata)

Working with Brothers of Charity Services Ireland

Working with us means you will be joining an organisation that supports people with intellectual disabilities to be valued citizens in their local community, to have ordinary life experiences and to be closely connected to family and friends.

We require bright ambitious individuals who have a positive attitude towards working with persons with an intellectual disability and who are committed to ensuring that our persons supported lead as normal and enjoyable a life as possible. In return for this dedication and commitment we offer the following:

  • Competitive Rates of Pay
  • 22 days Annual Leave
  • Defined Benefit Pension Plan
  • Flexible Working Hours
  • Family Friendly Leave Arrangements
  • Full Training provided
  • Full & Part-Time Work
  • Career Progression
  • Sick Leave
  • Employee Assistance Programs

The role of a Community Facilitator/Instructor

As Community Facilitator/Instructor you will work as a member of a team to develop schemes of work and learning programmes in line with national guidelines. You will be responsible for planning, preparing and delivering these programmes to a range of classes, ensuring their suitability for the individual needs and abilities of people supported by the services. You will encourage, monitor and record the progress of individuals, and devise and adapt resources to suit your students. Community Facilitators/Instructors must also keep up to date with developments in their subject areas, new resources and methods. The prime consideration at all times must be for the welfare and wellbeing of the service user. This position requires a high degree of professionalism and competence in conflict resolution as well as the ability to understand and empower people with sometimes quite divergent points of view.

The Brothers of Charity Services Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer