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Servers / Bartenders / Wait Staff - FLORIDA Relocation Costs & Assistance Will Be Provided €12 – €16 an hour Full job description We require  Waiter/Waitress ,  Server  or  Bartenders to Relocate to FLORIDA  who can provide outstanding service to our members and guests. As part of your role, you will be expected to Reference ID: USA24 Expected start date: 01/10/2024 CLICK THE APPLY NOW BUTTON

12 days agoFull-timeTemporary

Regional Manager

Cope FoundationCork

Regional Manager – Person Centred Services and Supports 1 - Temporary Fixed Term Position Salary: €55,849, €57,213, €58,807, €60,407, €62,012, €63,446, €64,906, €66,326, €67,737, €70, 165, €72,606 LSIs We are looking for creative, innovative, flexible leader to join our team as we work towards a more inclusive society for people with disabilities. Cope Foundation are looking to recruit a Regional Manager – Person Centred Services and Supports on a temporary basis , reporting directly to the Chief Operations Officer. The successful candidate will be a suitably experienced manager who will support the Chief Operations Officer in the day to day delivery of Cope Foundation’s person-centred services and supports. Cope Foundation is one of the largest providers of services and supports to people with intellectual disabilities and/or autism in Ireland. We are on a journey of transformation and change towards person led, rights based, individualised supports within communities right across Cork city and County. The Regional Manager – Person Centred Services and Supports (PCSS) will be responsible for supporting this work within a complex and developing environment. S/he will support the achievement of Cope Foundation’s vision of providing truly person- centred and inclusive supports and services. Essential Criteria: 1. Have a relevant/ appropriate qualification 2. Have management experience including financial and staff management, in a person focused organisation 3. Have experience of enabling and empowering individuals to live independent and meaningful lives, connected and participating in their own communities 4. Have excellent interpersonal and communication skills to facilitate working with a wide range of individuals and groups 5. Have experience in managing and delivering Health and Social Care Services that are subject to HIQA Regulation 6. Have a track record of building and maintaining key internal and external relationships in the achievement of organisational goals 7. Have proven ability to lead, organise and motivate teams to deliver excellent services and service outcomes 8. Have a full driver’s licence 9. Possess the requisite knowledge and ability (including a high standard of suitability and managerial ability) for the proper discharge of the duties of the role. Informal enquires are welcomed by Eamon Nash, Chief Operations Officer on 086 068 6103. A Job Description and application forms may be obtained by emailing recruit@cope-foundation.ie . Completed application forms must be completed no later than Thursday 27th June 2024. Applicants may be short listed on the basis of their application.A panel may be formed for a 12-month period to fill future temporary full time or part time Regional Manager positions that may arise in Cope Foundation. The Department of Health & Children Consolidated Scales apply. Visit our website www.cope-foundation.ie

9 days agoFull-timePart-time

Person In Charge

Cope FoundationCork

Person in Charge (Social Care Leader/Clinical Nurse Manager 2) Cork City Area – 1 Permanent Position West Cork – 1 Position (Fixed Term) Kanturk – 1 Position (Fixed Term) The successful applicants will be required to work in progressive and dynamic environments supporting people with an intellectual disability and/or autism. He/she will be required to work as a Person in Charge and will have responsibility for leading teams within this residential setting. Remuneration: Salary scales are in line with the HSE Consolidated pay scales for Social Care Leader & Clinical Nurse Manager 2. Requirements: Not less than five years post registration experience to include a minimum of three years’ experience in a management or supervisory role in the area of health or social care Be on the live register of the NMBI (Nursing applicants) Possess the National Diploma in Childcare awarded by awarded by Quality & Qualifications Ireland, (QQI) (Dearbhu Cáiliochta agus Cáiliochtai Éireann) (formerly HETAC)/DIT. or Possess the National Diploma in Applied Social Care Studies awarded by awarded by Quality & Qualifications Ireland, (QQI) (Dearbhu Cáiliochta agus Cáiliochtai Éireann)/DIT. or Possess the Diploma in Social Care awarded by awarded by Quality & Qualifications Ireland, (QQI) (Dearbhu Cáiliochta agus Cáiliochtai Éireann) (formerly HETAC)//DIT. or Possess the Diploma in Applied Social Studies/Social Care from DIT. or Possess a BA (Ord) in Social Care Practice (Level 7 on the QQI framework). or Possess Open Training College National Diploma in Applied Social Studies (Disability). or • Possess an equivalent qualification And • Have a management qualification or be willing to undertake an appropriate course on commencement of employment. • Be computer literate • Focused on Cope Foundation's vision around community based, self- directed, rights-based supports for people • Be adaptable and flexible in their approach to the working environment • Ability to develop a person-centred culture, focused on individualised supports • A comprehensive knowledge of HIQA standards and regulations • Strong interpersonal and organisational skills, including team leadership and team working, time management, budget management, negotiation and conflict resolution skills. • An ability to organise, manage and motivate people and to liaise with Parents/Families and Stakeholders • Good working knowledge of relevant policy particularly "A time to move on from congregated settings" • A full driver’s licence is essential with access to own vehicle The normal working hours will be 37.5/39 hours per week (depending on qualification) however, flexible hours, including participating in a duty roster is involved. Informal enquiries may be made to Patricia Hetherington, Assistant Director of Nursing on 086 823 3003 &/or Teresa Keohane, Regional Manager on 086 021 7002. Applicants may be short listed on the basis of their application. Completed application forms must be completed no later than Monday 1st July 2024. A panel may be formed for a 12-month period to fill future permanent or temporary, fulltime or part-time positions that may arise across all areas managed by Cope Foundation. The Department of Health & Children Consolidated Scales apply. Visit our website at www.cope-foundation.ie

5 days agoFull-timePart-time

Senior Physiotherapist

Cope FoundationCork

SENIOR PHYSIOTHERAPIST ADULT SERVICES Fixed Term Contract Cope Foundation is a non-profit organisation dedicated to supporting people with intellectual disabilities and/or autism to live fulfilling lives. We provide a range of services to the people that access cope foundation supports, to help individuals achieve their goals and live independently. We are now seeking an enthusiastic, highly motivated and experienced Senior Physiotherapist to join our adult physiotherapy team. The successful candidate must demonstrate a passion for supporting people with disabilities to achieve their goals and strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build rapport with people from diverse backgrounds The successful candidate will work in a well-established, innovative & supportive interdisciplinary team to deliver evidence-based Physiotherapy intervention to people accessing Cope foundation’s adult services. The successful candidate will lead out on key strategic projects to support the departments development and specific pathways to support service delivery. Essential: If you are a compassionate and skilled physiotherapist looking for a meaningful career, we would love to hear from you. Dave Worrall, Physiotherapy manager would welcome any informal enquiries on 086 2331715 or WorrallD@cope-foundation.ie . Applicants may be short listed on the basis of their application. Completed application forms must be returned no later than Thursday 4th July 2024 . A panel may be formed for a 12-month period to fill future temporary Senior physiotherapy positions that may arise across Cope Foundation Adult Services. The Department of Health & Children Consolidated Scales apply. Visit our website at www.cope - foundation.ie

2 days agoTemporary
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