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Service Coordinator - Roscommon

ALONERoscommon€27,000 - €34,000 per yearFull-timeContract

ALONE support older people to age at home. We provide direct, frontline services to people aged 60 and over, through support coordination, befriending and support, housing with support, co-living, and the application of assistive technology. We have more than 1,200 volunteers and 140 plus homes for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. We have been awarded Quality Marks from Volunteer Ireland, the ISO, the Charities Regulator and the Housing Regulatory Standard. Role Overview You will hold responsibility for managing a comprehensive caseload to support and advocate for services for older people in and across all care settings, to enable and empower older people to age well at home. This role will focus on ALONE’s Support Coordination, Social Prescribing, Befriending and Support, Shared Living, and Housing with Support Services and Volunteer recruitment, training and support. Much of the time is spent outside the office, as the majority of this job is mobile working, and planning your own days. Responsibilities • Manage and lead the response to complex cases including, but not limited to, issues regarding emotional wellbeing, housing issues, health difficulties and vulnerable persons at risk of abuse. • Carry out comprehensive assessments (in person or by phone) with older people to ensure that all aspects of the older person’s needs are identified, supported and resolved and that any risks are mitigated. • Advocate for the needs of Older People across a range of stakeholders • Recruit, train and support volunteers, volunteer leaders to work safely and to develop a mutually beneficial relationship with older people availing of our services. • Build strong referral relationships with statutory and non-statutory agencies across Area F. • Maintain necessary confidentiality relating to the work of the service and regarding older people, staff and partner organisations and in line with guidance in the use of the ALONE Management Information System (MIS) and data protection policies and procedures. • Develop and maintain referral pathways to ALONE’s Support Coordination services. • You may be required to undertake additional duties or tasks as required. During the COVID-19 response your role will also involve when required: • Providing advice, reassurance and up to date information on COVID-19 as instructed by HSE through the National Support Line • Linking OP to ALONE’s Telephone Befriending for all OP experiencing social isolation • Coordinating Practical Supports such as food, fuel and medication to Older People into their homes • Coordinating and matching volunteers to deliver these practical supports • Liaising with statutory and non-statutory groups who refer OP for supports • Linking all OP with ALONE support staff where any additional needs will be addressed During this time, you will also be setting up ALONE Service Model in your allocated area During the COVID-19 response you will work remotely most of the time and you will be provided with tools to enable you to do this. Skills and Background • Self-motivated person who is committed to ALONE’s mission is essential. • Able to maintain the highest standards of confidentiality, discretion and respect is essential. • High level communication skills (both written and verbal) and the ability to network and negotiate effectively with individuals, groups and stakeholders, is essential. • Previous experience in social care settings is desirable. • Good computer literacy, with experience of using case management systems is desirable. • Excellent organisational skills, report writing, solution focused skills and multi-tasking skills are desirable. General Requirements for all ALONE staff: • Work to enable older people to remain at home with quality of life and independence. • Work professionally and confidentially and in line with ALONE’s rights and evidence based approach. • Keep all records, data and reports up-to-date and make these available upon request. • Participate in the development and implementation of all Quality Management System documents. Participate in the efficient flow of information within the organisation by sharing information as appropriate. Further Details • This role is 35 hours per week and these hours may be required to be worked in a variety of flexible patterns, e.g. 5 over 7 days, compressed hours or other flexible working patterns as the needs of our services users require. (1 year contract depending on funding) • Regular travel and remote working is required with this role with flexible working arrangements to facilitate this. • Induction and training will be carried out on commencement in Dublin 8 which will currently be done remotely • The salary scale offered for this position is €27,000 to €34,000 depending on experience with an excellent working environment.

3 days ago

Service Coordinator - Munster Region

ALONECork€27,000 - €34,000 per yearFull-timeContract

ALONE support older people to age at home. We provide direct, frontline services to people aged 60 and over, through support coordination, befriending and support, housing with support, co-living, and the application of assistive technology. We have more than 1,200 volunteers and 140 plus homes for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. We have been awarded Quality Marks from Volunteer Ireland, the ISO, the Charities Regulator and the Housing Regulatory Standard. Role Overview You will hold responsibility for managing a comprehensive caseload to support and advocate for services for older people in and across all care settings, to enable and empower older people to age well at home. This role will focus on ALONE’s Support Coordination, Social Prescribing, Befriending and Support, Shared Living, and Housing with Support Services and Volunteer recruitment, training and support. Much of the time is spent outside the office, as the majority of this job is mobile working, and planning your own days. Responsibilities • Manage and lead the response to complex cases including, but not limited to, issues regarding emotional wellbeing, housing issues, health difficulties and vulnerable persons at risk of abuse. • Carry out comprehensive assessments (in person or by phone) with older people to ensure that all aspects of the older person’s needs are identified, supported and resolved and that any risks are mitigated. • Advocate for the needs of Older People across a range of stakeholders • Recruit, train and support volunteers, volunteer leaders to work safely and to develop a mutually beneficial relationship with older people availing of our services. • Build strong referral relationships with statutory and non-statutory agencies across Area F. • Maintain necessary confidentiality relating to the work of the service and regarding older people, staff and partner organisations and in line with guidance in the use of the ALONE Management Information System (MIS) and data protection policies and procedures. • Develop and maintain referral pathways to ALONE’s Support Coordination services. • You may be required to undertake additional duties or tasks as required. During the COVID-19 response your role will also involve when required: • Providing advice, reassurance and up to date information on COVID-19 as instructed by HSE through the National Support Line • Linking OP to ALONE’s Telephone Befriending for all OP experiencing social isolation • Coordinating Practical Supports such as food, fuel and medication to Older People into their homes • Coordinating and matching volunteers to deliver these practical supports • Liaising with statutory and non-statutory groups who refer OP for supports • Linking all OP with ALONE support staff where any additional needs will be addressed During this time, you will also be setting up ALONE Service Model in your allocated area During the COVID-19 response you will work remotely most of the time and you will be provided with tools to enable you to do this. Skills and Background • Self-motivated person who is committed to ALONE’s mission is essential. • Able to maintain the highest standards of confidentiality, discretion and respect is essential. • High level communication skills (both written and verbal) and the ability to network and negotiate effectively with individuals, groups and stakeholders, is essential. • Previous experience in social care settings is desirable. • Good computer literacy, with experience of using case management systems is desirable. • Excellent organisational skills, report writing, solution focused skills and multi-tasking skills are desirable. General Requirements for all ALONE staff: • Work to enable older people to remain at home with quality of life and independence. • Work professionally and confidentially and in line with ALONE’s rights and evidence based approach. • Keep all records, data and reports up-to-date and make these available upon request. • Participate in the development and implementation of all Quality Management System documents. Participate in the efficient flow of information within the organisation by sharing information as appropriate. Further Details • Locations – Cork, Limerick and Kerry (please specify which location you are applying for) • This role is 35 hours per week and these hours may be required to be worked in a variety of flexible patterns, e.g. 5 over 7 days, compressed hours or other flexible working patterns as the needs of our services users require. (1 year contract depending on funding) • Regular travel and remote working is required with this role with flexible working arrangements to facilitate this. • Induction and training will be carried out on commencement in Dublin 8 which will currently be done remotely • The salary scale offered for this position is €27,000 to €34,000 depending on experience with an excellent working environment.

3 days ago

Services Coordinator - CHO Area 2

ALONEMayo€27,000 - €34,000 per yearFull-timeContract

ALONE support older people to age at home. We provide direct, frontline services to people aged 60 and over, through support coordination, befriending and support, housing with support, co-living, and the application of assistive technology. We have more than 1,200 volunteers and 140 plus homes for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. We have been awarded Quality Marks from Volunteer Ireland, the ISO, the Charities Regulator and the Housing Regulatory Standard. Role Overview You will hold responsibility for managing a comprehensive caseload to support and advocate for services for older people in and across all care settings, to enable and empower older people to age well at home. This role will focus on ALONE’s Support Coordination, Social Prescribing, Befriending and Support, Shared Living, and Housing with Support Services and Volunteer recruitment, training and support. Much of the time is spent outside the office, as the majority of this job is mobile working, and planning your own days. Responsibilities • Manage and lead the response to complex cases including, but not limited to, issues regarding emotional wellbeing, housing issues, health difficulties and vulnerable persons at risk of abuse. • Carry out comprehensive assessments (in person or by phone) with older people to ensure that all aspects of the older person’s needs are identified, supported and resolved and that any risks are mitigated. • Advocate for the needs of Older People across a range of stakeholders • Recruit, train and support volunteers, volunteer leaders to work safely and to develop a mutually beneficial relationship with older people availing of our services. • Build strong referral relationships with statutory and non-statutory agencies across Area F. • Maintain necessary confidentiality relating to the work of the service and regarding older people, staff and partner organisations and in line with guidance in the use of the ALONE Management Information System (MIS) and data protection policies and procedures. • Develop and maintain referral pathways to ALONE’s Support Coordination services. • You may be required to undertake additional duties or tasks as required. During the COVID-19 response your role will also involve when required: • Providing advice, reassurance and up to date information on COVID-19 as instructed by HSE through the National Support Line • Linking OP to ALONE’s Telephone Befriending for all OP experiencing social isolation • Coordinating Practical Supports such as food, fuel and medication to Older People into their homes • Coordinating and matching volunteers to deliver these practical supports • Liaising with statutory and non-statutory groups who refer OP for supports • Linking all OP with ALONE support staff where any additional needs will be addressed During this time, you will also be setting up ALONE Service Model in your allocated area During the COVID-19 response you will work remotely most of the time and you will be provided with tools to enable you to do this. Skills and Background • Self-motivated person who is committed to ALONE’s mission is essential. • Able to maintain the highest standards of confidentiality, discretion and respect is essential. • High level communication skills (both written and verbal) and the ability to network and negotiate effectively with individuals, groups and stakeholders, is essential. • Previous experience in social care settings is desirable. • Good computer literacy, with experience of using case management systems is desirable. • Excellent organisational skills, report writing, solution focused skills and multi-tasking skills are desirable. General Requirements for all ALONE staff: • Work to enable older people to remain at home with quality of life and independence. • Work professionally and confidentially and in line with ALONE’s rights and evidence based approach. • Keep all records, data and reports up-to-date and make these available upon request. • Participate in the development and implementation of all Quality Management System documents. Participate in the efficient flow of information within the organisation by sharing information as appropriate. Further Details • This role is 35 hours per week and these hours may be required to be worked in a variety of flexible patterns, e.g. 5 over 7 days, compressed hours or other flexible working patterns as the needs of our services users require. (1 year contract subject to funding) • Regular travel and remote working is required with this role with flexible working arrangements to facilitate this. • This role will involve developing service across CHO 2 with initial focus on Mayo/Roscommon and later focus on Galway. • Induction and training will be carried out on commencement in Dublin 8 which will currently be done remotely • The salary scale offered for this position is €27,000 to €34,000 depending on experience with an excellent working environment.

3 days ago

Volunteer Support Officer - Kilkenny

ALONEKilkennyPart-timeContract

ALONE support older people to age at home. We provide direct, frontline services to people aged 60 and over, through support coordination, befriending and support, housing with support, co-living, and the application of assistive technology. We have more than 2000 volunteers and 140 plus homes for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. We have been awarded Quality Marks from Volunteer Ireland, the ISO, the Charities Regulator and the Housing Regulatory Standard. Role Overview You will recruit, train, support and develop our Volunteers in their Befriending and Support role Responsibilities: • Promote ALONE’s Befriending and Support services throughout the community. • Recruit, train, reference check and Garda vet all volunteers. • Work with ALONE’s Service Staff to ensure that all newly trained and vetted volunteers begin activities to support older persons within the specified timeframe. • Support and maintain good communications with volunteers. • Be the first point of contact for volunteers when issues arise. • Develop and implement programmes that promote the continuous improvement and engagement of volunteers. • Cultivate a positive and supportive atmosphere by recognising volunteer efforts. • Assist with identifying local activities / events that both older persons and their volunteers can participate in. • Develop local volunteer leadership programme and collaborate with Volunteer Leaders to coordinate and deliver social events in your region. • You may be required to undertake additional duties or tasks as required. Essential Skills and Background • The ability to work under pressure, multi-task and to resolve problems is essential. • A full clean driver’s license and access to a car is essential. • Previous experience in recruitment, training and engagement of staff or volunteers is desirable. • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work independently and as part of a team. • Excellent written and verbal communication skills including experience of delivering presentations to large audiences. • Proficient in an IT-rich environment such as Microsoft Office and Salesforce CRM. • Previous experience of organising and running events is desirable. Further Details • Part time position (21 hours) These hours may be required to be worked in a variety of flexible patterns, e.g. compressed hours or other flexible working patterns as the needs of our services users require. • 1 year Contract depending on funding • Regular travel is required with this role with flexible working arrangements to facilitate this. • Occasional travel to Dublin will be required • The salary scale offered for this position is €27,000 to €34,000 (Full time equivalent) depending on experience with an excellent working environment. ALONE is an equal opportunity employer. NB. Phone interviews will commence week beginning 6th April

3 days ago

Qualified Chef

SodexoBallina, County Mayo€15.60 per hourContractTemporary

Sodexo are now recruiting for a Qualified Chef in Ballina, Co. Mayo. Hours: 24 hours per week with potentially more hours on offer. Working days: Tuesday - Friday. Contract: Temporary until Mid- August. Start date: Immediate.

8 days ago

Senior Pharmacist

Our Lady’s Hospice & Care ServicesWicklow€62,720 - €72,590 per yearPermanentContract

Senior Pharmacist - Wicklow 0.5WTE (18.5 hours per week) Indefinite Duration H.S.E. funded Based in Magheramore, Co. Wicklow An exciting opportunity has arisen within the Pharmacy Department for an enthusiastic pharmacist seeking to attain a senior position. The successful candidate will work with the Chief Pharmacists and other members of the team to develop and ensure the safe, efficient and effective provision of dispensing, clinical and medicines information pharmacy services for patients of Wicklow Hospice. The post holder will work within the pharmacy team to assist in the ongoing development of a quality, patient-centred pharmacy service. Essential Requirements Qualifications · Be registered with the Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland (The Pharmacy Regulator) or be entitled to be so registered. · Have a full driver’s licence and access to own car. Experience · Minimum of three years relevant post registration experience as a pharmacist. · Experience working in hospital pharmacy practice

10 days ago

Clinical Nurse Specialist

Our Lady’s Hospice & Care ServicesDublin, County Dublin€49,914 - €59,010 per yearFull-timePermanent

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10 days ago

Clinical Nurse Manager 3 (CNM III) –Palliative Care Services

Our Lady’s Hospice & Care ServicesBlackrock, County Dublin€57,436 - €64,863 per yearFull-timePermanent

Our Lady's Hospice and Care Services is now hiring for a permanent Clinical Nurse Manager III to join our Blackrock Hospice team. Despite the current COVID 19 climate, we are actively screening and interviewing candidates for this fantastic position via Skype to avoid any unnecessary delays. In operation for 140 years, Our Lady’s Hospice & Care Services is a 200-bed facility providing specialist care for people with a wide range of needs from rehabilitation to end-of-life care in Harold’s Cross Hospice and Blackrock Hospice.  Our Lady’s Hospice is acknowledged as a centre of excellence in all its departments, and it actively encourages and promotes continuous learning and development in a constantly changing environment.  Desirable: A full current drivers licence and access to a car.

10 days ago

Staff Nurses – Harold’s Cross and Blackrock

Our Lady’s Hospice & Care ServicesDublin€29,860 - €46,501 per yearFull-timePart-time

·  Full-time and part-time positions ·  Permanent and temporary contracts ·  Based in Harold’s Cross or Blackrock Our Lady’s Hospice & Care Services has several opportunities for staff nurses in our Palliative Care Unit, our Care of the Older Person Unit and our Rheumatology Unit. The successful candidate will help to ensure that a caring environment is achieved within the ward, contributing to the highest possible quality of nursing care. At least 1 years’ experience as a Registered General Nurse is a desirable criterion but consideration will be given to newly qualified nurses with experience in Gerontology, Palliative Care or Rheumatology. Essential and Desirable Requirements · Registered General Nurse with NMBI · Have the clinical and administrative capacity to properly discharge the functions of the role · Qualification in Gerontology, Palliative Care or Rheumatology · Experience of palliative care approach · Experience in Chronic Illness

10 days ago

Staff Nurse – Residential House | Ref: F024

Prosper GroupRush, County DublinPart-timeContract

Prosper Fingal, which is part of the Prosper Group, is a not-for-profit community based organisation that provides a wide range of health-related and social services to adults with an intellectual disability throughout North County Dublin. We are currently recruiting for a Staff Nurse for our Residential House in Rush, Co Dublin. This position is 26 hours per week and candidates must be available to work shift work, including sleepovers. Nurses are required to work with and on behalf of residents to help them achieve personal goals and pursue a life of their choosing. They are centrally involved in providing supports to residents to help them become more independent and integrated into their local community. They are also required to provide health-related supports. Applicants must have: • Registered Nurse (RGN/RNID) with the NMBI • Have a minimum of 1 years post registration experience • Previous experience of working in a HIQA Designated Centre is desirable. • Ability to work as part of a team • Full, clean manual driving licence • Experience or interest in the Intellectual Disabilities sector. How to apply: Please submit your Application with a cover letter and C.V. by clicking the apply now button below. Please quote reference number F024 on your application. Prosper Fingal is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

12 days ago
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