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Support Worker Relief hours

Southern Services

Temporary Full-Time
25/07/2024



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BROTHERS OF CHARITY
Southern Services
Lota, Glanmire, Cork, Co. Cork
T23 PW59
Ireland
021 4556218
BROTHERS OF CHARITY SERVICES IRELAND – SOUTHERN REGION
The Brothers of Charity Services Ireland – Southern Region is a major voluntary organisation, which provides age related residential, educational and day services for people with intellectual disabilities, autism and communication disorders throughout the Cork and Kerry area.



 SUPPORT WORKERS - Ref: 09/2024
Residential Services (Adults & Children)

Permanent Relief hours up to 78 hours per fortnight
Locations:    Cork city, suburbs, Bandon, Innishannon and Fermoy areas


What we offer
  • HSE Pay scales
  • Premium Payments
  • Sick Pay Scheme
  • Paid Maternity Leave
  • Pension
  • Training and Development
  • Employee Assistance Programme

The Role
Support Workers provide a key supportive role for individuals supported by the Service.  This 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 and support People who use the Service with the Implementation of their  Individual Plans and the achievement of associated outcomes and critically, to support People who use the Service in participating in the ordinary everyday life of the community through inclusive and creative thinking.  The successful candidate may be required to be a key worker and develop and review individual plans.


The Candidate

The successful candidates must
 
  • Must have a minimum relevant Level 5 (formerly FETAC) Minor Award qualification on the Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI) framework  preferably in Healthcare Support / Health Service Skills (desirable a module in Intellectual Disability) / Childcare OR SNA qualification OR be undertaking a relevant Social Care / Nursing Qualification Level 7/ Level 8
  • It is desirable to have a relevant Level 5 (formerly FETAC) Major Award qualification on the Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI) framework (8 modules in total) preferably in Healthcare Support / Health Service Skills (including a module in Intellectual Disability) / Childcare
  • It is desirable for candidates to have at least 6 months’ experience of working in the intellectual disability sector with Adults/children.
  • Must have a full clean Driver’s licence which qualifies you to drive manual transmission vehicles on Irish roads

It is essential that all candidates have adequate immunity against Hepatitis B as per Immunisation Guidelines for Ireland 2008


Reporting to:  Social Care Leader in the community and residential setting and through the Line Manager structure to the Area Manager, or other authorised person as the Employing Authority may designate.

Salary Scale:       €31,880- €45,034 including 1 LSI per annum (1/1/24 Department of Health Consolidated Scales).  Part-Time hours will be paid pro-rata to a full-time post


Informal Enquiries to
Human Resources Department, e-mail RecruitmentBOCSS@bocsi.ie

Closing date:  Sunday 4th August 2024

Applications should be made using the Apply link below

The Brothers of Charity Services Ireland - Southern Region is an equal opportunities employer




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VACANCY DETAILS

Support Worker Relief hours

Southern Services

Temporary Full-Time
25/07/2024



HR CONTACT INFORMATION
HR Administration

BOCSI Logo
BROTHERS OF CHARITY
Southern Services
Lota, Glanmire, Cork, Co. Cork
T23 PW59
Ireland
021 4556218
BROTHERS OF CHARITY SERVICES IRELAND – SOUTHERN REGION
The Brothers of Charity Services Ireland – Southern Region is a major voluntary organisation, which provides age related residential, educational and day services for people with intellectual disabilities, autism and communication disorders throughout the Cork and Kerry area.



 SUPPORT WORKERS - Ref: 09/2024
Residential Services (Adults & Children)

Permanent Relief hours up to 78 hours per fortnight
Locations:    Cork city, suburbs, Bandon, Innishannon and Fermoy areas


What we offer
  • HSE Pay scales
  • Premium Payments
  • Sick Pay Scheme
  • Paid Maternity Leave
  • Pension
  • Training and Development
  • Employee Assistance Programme

The Role
Support Workers provide a key supportive role for individuals supported by the Service.  This 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 and support People who use the Service with the Implementation of their  Individual Plans and the achievement of associated outcomes and critically, to support People who use the Service in participating in the ordinary everyday life of the community through inclusive and creative thinking.  The successful candidate may be required to be a key worker and develop and review individual plans.


The Candidate

The successful candidates must
 
  • Must have a minimum relevant Level 5 (formerly FETAC) Minor Award qualification on the Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI) framework  preferably in Healthcare Support / Health Service Skills (desirable a module in Intellectual Disability) / Childcare OR SNA qualification OR be undertaking a relevant Social Care / Nursing Qualification Level 7/ Level 8
  • It is desirable to have a relevant Level 5 (formerly FETAC) Major Award qualification on the Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI) framework (8 modules in total) preferably in Healthcare Support / Health Service Skills (including a module in Intellectual Disability) / Childcare
  • It is desirable for candidates to have at least 6 months’ experience of working in the intellectual disability sector with Adults/children.
  • Must have a full clean Driver’s licence which qualifies you to drive manual transmission vehicles on Irish roads

It is essential that all candidates have adequate immunity against Hepatitis B as per Immunisation Guidelines for Ireland 2008


Reporting to:  Social Care Leader in the community and residential setting and through the Line Manager structure to the Area Manager, or other authorised person as the Employing Authority may designate.

Salary Scale:       €31,880- €45,034 including 1 LSI per annum (1/1/24 Department of Health Consolidated Scales).  Part-Time hours will be paid pro-rata to a full-time post


Informal Enquiries to
Human Resources Department, e-mail RecruitmentBOCSS@bocsi.ie

Closing date:  Sunday 4th August 2024

Applications should be made using the Apply link below

The Brothers of Charity Services Ireland - Southern Region is an equal opportunities employer




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VACANCY DETAILS

Support Worker Relief hours

Southern Services

Temporary Full-Time
25/07/2024


BROTHERS OF CHARITY SERVICES IRELAND – SOUTHERN REGION
The Brothers of Charity Services Ireland – Southern Region is a major voluntary organisation, which provides age related residential, educational and day services for people with intellectual disabilities, autism and communication disorders throughout the Cork and Kerry area.



 SUPPORT WORKERS - Ref: 09/2024
Residential Services (Adults & Children)

Permanent Relief hours up to 78 hours per fortnight
Locations:    Cork city, suburbs, Bandon, Innishannon and Fermoy areas


What we offer
  • HSE Pay scales
  • Premium Payments
  • Sick Pay Scheme
  • Paid Maternity Leave
  • Pension
  • Training and Development
  • Employee Assistance Programme

The Role
Support Workers provide a key supportive role for individuals supported by the Service.  This 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 and support People who use the Service with the Implementation of their  Individual Plans and the achievement of associated outcomes and critically, to support People who use the Service in participating in the ordinary everyday life of the community through inclusive and creative thinking.  The successful candidate may be required to be a key worker and develop and review individual plans.


The Candidate

The successful candidates must
 
  • Must have a minimum relevant Level 5 (formerly FETAC) Minor Award qualification on the Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI) framework  preferably in Healthcare Support / Health Service Skills (desirable a module in Intellectual Disability) / Childcare OR SNA qualification OR be undertaking a relevant Social Care / Nursing Qualification Level 7/ Level 8
  • It is desirable to have a relevant Level 5 (formerly FETAC) Major Award qualification on the Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI) framework (8 modules in total) preferably in Healthcare Support / Health Service Skills (including a module in Intellectual Disability) / Childcare
  • It is desirable for candidates to have at least 6 months’ experience of working in the intellectual disability sector with Adults/children.
  • Must have a full clean Driver’s licence which qualifies you to drive manual transmission vehicles on Irish roads

It is essential that all candidates have adequate immunity against Hepatitis B as per Immunisation Guidelines for Ireland 2008


Reporting to:  Social Care Leader in the community and residential setting and through the Line Manager structure to the Area Manager, or other authorised person as the Employing Authority may designate.

Salary Scale:       €31,880- €45,034 including 1 LSI per annum (1/1/24 Department of Health Consolidated Scales).  Part-Time hours will be paid pro-rata to a full-time post


Informal Enquiries to
Human Resources Department, e-mail RecruitmentBOCSS@bocsi.ie

Closing date:  Sunday 4th August 2024

Applications should be made using the Apply link below

The Brothers of Charity Services Ireland - Southern Region is an equal opportunities employer


HR CONTACT INFORMATION
HR Administration

BOCSI Logo
BROTHERS OF CHARITY
Southern Services
Lota, Glanmire, Cork, Co. Cork
T23 PW59
Ireland
021 4556218


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