Vacancies for Employed Roles
Looking for a career in Social Care? Find out what Employment Opportunities are currently available at Camphill Communities of Ireland. Camphill is an exciting employer that has a different culture then is customary in many places providing social care. And the sense of community is important to all people who are a part of this endeavour. Most people do strongly feel that their work is more than a job and many employees also volunteer and join for social occasions, festivals and special events.
1 30 hrs/wk + one overnight Senior Care Assistant From 01 Nov 2017
The purpose of this role is to support a young man with cerebral palsy and medical and dietary needs.
Evening and weekend hours will be required, and this person may also be asked to support other residents.
Experience of nursing care and supporting a wheelchair user, familiarity with relevant regulations and relevant QQI level 5 qualification required. Excellent reporting, recording and communication skills essential. Please contact email@example.com for job description and person specification before applying.
Type of Contract: Permanent Contract Closing Date: 04 Oct 2017 Salary: €13.50 per hour, plus overnight at minimum wage
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|For more info contact: Jenny Frister firstname.lastname@example.org please use email for initial contact.|
1 Social Care Support Worker From 01 Nov 2017
The purpose of this role is to support residents in their home life, day activity and social interaction.
Evening and weekend hours will be required.
Experience with intellectual disability and challenging behaviour, familiarity with relevant regulations and an interest in exploring new models of Social Care. Social Care qualification minimum QQI 5 required.
Type of Contract: Permanent Contract Closing Date: 04 Oct 2017 Salary: €13.50 per hour, overnight at minimum wage.
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|For more info contact: Jenny Frister email@example.com please use email for initial contact|
1 Social Care Key Worker From 01 Nov 2017
The purpose of this role is to support a resident in his home life, day activity and social interaction. Evening and weekend hours will be required. The person will also be asked to support other residents.
Experience of intellectual disability, challenging behaviour, familiarity with relevant regulations and an interest in exploring new models of social care. Applications should have a third level Social Care qualification, and the ability to lead by example.
Type of Contract: Permanent Contract Closing Date: 04 Oct 2017 Salary: €15 /hr plus overnight at minimum wage.
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|For more info contact: Jenny Frister firstname.lastname@example.org|
1 Fulltime incl. Evenings and Weekends Home Coordinator
JOB DESCRIPTION: HOME CO-ORDINATOR
Camphill Communities of Ireland Ballybay
Camphill Communities of Ireland is part of an international charitable trust working with people with intellectual disabilities and other kinds of special needs.
The Camphill philosophy is that no matter what an individual’s disability may appear to be, the spirit - the essential core that makes us all human - always remains whole.
Job Title: Home Coordinator
Reports to: Person in Charge
Application: in writing/ via email
Closing Date: 29/09/17
Purpose of the Role
This position requires the management of one of the houses in the Community. The holder will be responsible for the welfare of all those living and working in the home, and for maintaining healthy relations with all other aspects of community endeavour. The home co-ordinator will carry the ethos and mission statement of Camphill Communities of Ireland.
This role requires the home co-ordinator to participate in life-sharing situations with residents who have intellectual disability - and sometimes complex emotional needs - in addition to other staff and volunteers some of whom may come from quite a different culture and background.
The home co-ordinator will be required to function as one of a team responsible for all the residents and day attendees in the community, and report to a member of the Management Group.
Less formal, though equally vital to this role, is the development and maintenance of professional working relations with the residents' families and friends, social workers, officials from government agencies, advocates, local trades’ people and members from other Camphill Communities.
Be involved with the preparation and celebrations of festivals in the community.
Duties and Responsibilities
The Home Coordinator will:
The foregoing should not be considered exhaustive.
The Management Group reserve the right to alter, when necessary, the above job description.
Post is subject to 6-month probationary period.
Hours of Work
The position is based in Camphill Ballybay and works 40 hours per week.
This post requires you to work flexibly, which may include working evenings, and weekends. We offer a continuous care and welfare support, 365 days per year to the people who live in Camphill Communities. Arrangements for working hours will be agreed with individual employees based on the care and welfare needs of residents.
Camphill Communities of Ireland is an equal opportunities employer.
Shortlisting will apply
Please forward CV and cover letter to:
Person in Charge
Or email: email@example.com
Person Specifications Essentials Social care degree or similar healthcare qualification Have a minimum of 2 years post qualification experience as a Social Care worker preferably working in an intellectual disability setting. Have a proven record of professional development. Demonstrate an ability to provide a high level of leadership and to work as part of the management team in Residential Services. Demonstrate an ability to manage and motivate staff in providing a comprehensive service in conjunction with the multidisciplinary team, based on best practice. Possess excellent interpersonal and team building skills. Have excellent organisational, administrative and computer skills. Possess a full clean driver’s licence. Exhibit an excellent knowledge of developments in HSE Social Care Policy and national regulations, particularly HIQA’s National Standards for Residential Services for Children and Adults with Disabilities. Be a conscientious person, with a passion for excellence Candidates are subject to Garda Vetting. Be a team player, helping to promote great working conditions, colleague relations and care to clients Enthusiastic, proactive, self-motivator who can provide a holistic service of the highest quality. Candidate must be fully fit to undertake his/her duties; candidates will have to sign a medical declaration before commencing the post. Flexibility to work when needed. Willing to comply with Camphill Communities of Ireland Code of Conduct. Willing to work within the ethos and values of Camphill Communities of Ireland Desirable Previous experience in a similar role Proficiency in LÁMH would be an advantage but not essential, although learning LÁMH would be a requirement. The Management of Actual or Potential Aggression (MAPA) Training is desirable but can be provided on appointment to post. In general, the ability to mix easily with others and a flexible approach to the changing working environment is an advantage, along with willingness for continuing professional development Possess cultural awareness
Type of Contract: Permanent Contract Closing Date: 29 Sep 2017
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|For more info contact: Colin Palmer firstname.lastname@example.org 0429748197|
Social Worker From 01 Oct 2017
The Bridge Camphill Community is seeking highly motivated person to fill role of
The Social Worker at the Bridge Community will have an important role in guiding & facilitating responsive, individualised & solution focused approaches to support people with special needs and their families. This will involve engaging directly with residents & day attendees, helping to guide life choices and identify aims & goals, finding creative solutions to overcoming barriers and facilitating people in finding their own solutions. The person filling this role will need to be aware of best practice & current trends in the area of social care. As part of the team, they will take co-responsibility for the area of personal planning, annual reviews and developing & maintaining needs- & risk- assessments as well as supporting social care staff in their roles. The Social Worker will be dealing with Complaints and Safeguarding concerns, and become one of the Designated Officers (DO) for the community. The person will support the intentional community, in developing and formalising a person centred culture and to achieve a high quality of personal outcomes in a time of rapidly changing regulatory requirements, while maintaining its ethos and values.
The role will involve:
Key Attributes and Qualifications The ideal candidate will have: Qualification/ third level degree in Social Work Registered as qualified social worker with CORU At least 2 years recent experience working as a Social Worker Experience of working with vulnerable adults/ children Experience in positive behavioural supports including behaviour support plans. Proven ability to manage & prioritise workloads and meet deadlines Full Clean Driving Licence. Post subject to Garda vetting Please direct all enquiries to Ben Gamble at 045-481597 Hours : 26 hours per week – Monday – Friday (Flexi) Full Job Description and Person Specification are available below Application forms will only be accepted by email to email@example.com with letter of application and CV attached Candidates shortlisted for interview will receive notification by 8th September 2017 for interviews being held between 11th and 15th September2017 Camphill is an equal opportunity employer.
Type of Contract: Permanent Contract Closing Date: 06 Sep 2017 Salary: 26 hour pro-rata equivalent of €45k - €48,500k for full time (40 hours)
For more information please download the following documents:
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|For more info contact: BEN GAMBLE firstname.lastname@example.org 045 481597 - 085 1311608|