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Senior Occupational Therapist

Beaumont HospitalDublin52,162 - 61,418Full-time

Post Title:        Senior Occupational Therapist (Raheny Community Nursing Unit (0.5 WTE)/Nursing Home Outreach (0.5 WTE)) Post Status:   Permanent   Department:    Occupational Therapy Location:        Beaumont Hospital, Dublin 9 / Raheny Community Nursing Unit  Reports to:      Occupational Therapy Manager in Charge III Salary:               Appointment will be made on Grade X (€52,162- €61,418) at a point in line with Government pay policy. Hours of work: Full-Time Closing Date:   12 Noon on Thursday, 22nd August 2019 Position Summary: This permanent senior occupational therapy position is a split post within the residential care setting. The successful candidate will be based in the Raheny Community Nursing Unit (0.5WTE) but will also deliver nursing home outreach services (0.5WTE) in the north Dublin area. The successful candidate will be selected through an external competition. The post holder will deliver an integrated expert service to meet the occupational therapy needs of patients within these services. He/she will work in collaboration with the occupational therapy manager and other occupational therapists in planning, co-ordinating, delivering and evaluating the Raheny Community Nursing Unit (RCNU) and Nursing Home Outreach services. The Occupational Therapist should abide by the Code of Ethics of the Association of Occupational Therapists of Ireland. Principal Duties and Responsibilities: Accountability: The senior occupational therapist is accountable to the occupational therapy manager, Beaumont Hospital. Professionalism 1. Represent the occupational therapy profession and promote the profile of occupational therapy within Care of the Elderly (COTE) services throughout the organisation, nationally and internationally 2. Demonstrate sound clinical reasoning based on experience and clinical expertise in the COTE service areas. 3. Respect the values, beliefs and needs of patients and staff and include patients in decision-making processes as appropriate 4. Support and delegate appropriately to occupational therapy staff working within the COTE service areas. 5. Interpret standards of practice, as well as professional codes of conduct, professional and organisational policies ensuring they are incorporated into occupational therapy practice within COTE service areas. 6. Recognise when it is appropriate to refer decisions to a higher level of authority and include colleagues in the decision making process 7. Promote initiatives in the COTE service areas that will ensure a high standard of professional practice development in line with improved patient care 8. Demonstrate understanding and respect for the roles of all members of the MDT 9. Keep up-to-date with developments within the COTE service areas in own organisation, professional body, nationally and internationally and apply to practice as appropriate 10. Manage own work-life balance and support others (e.g. occupational therapists, occupational therapy assistants) with same 11. Contribute professional expertise to wider organisational initiatives/ committees/steering groups at local, national and international level 12. Provide specialist support to the COTE service areas staff Managing a Caseload 1. Demonstrate advanced clinical reasoning and problem solving skills in completing occupational therapy assessments and interventions with patients within the Raheny Community Nursing Unit (RCNU) and Nursing Home Outreach services. 2. Use advanced prioritisation and planning skills to ensure patients are placed on the appropriate pathway and the timely completion of onward referrals to other services 3. Demonstrate an advanced proficiency in ability to screen and prioritise patients according to clinical needs using clinical reasoning skills and providing support to all occupational therapy staff. 4. Prioritise and maximise effectiveness of intervention using available resources to ensure service areas demands are optimally met. 5. Ensure collaboration with other relevant MDT colleagues for complex patient presentation to ensure holistic approach to patient care 6. Balance clinical demands with other responsibilities (e.g. research, administration, service development, teaching, CPD, staff supervision) through effective time management and organisational skills Communication 1. Communicate oral and written information in a clear, concise and well-structured manner appropriate to the content and the target audience 2. Build and maintain effective relationships with colleagues at clinical and management levels within the COTE service. 3. Facilitate and maintain open communication within own service and department 4. Promote and foster effective cross discipline communications and evaluation processes with MDT colleagues, advocating shared discharge planning for optimal patient care 5. Deal constructively with obstacles and conflict to ensure patient focused decision-making within the MDT 6. Build relations and links with community colleagues, working together to promote and enhance appropriate patient pathways for a seamless service 7. Ensure that communication with patients and families /carers is appropriate and timely and develop written resource packs for patients/carers as indicated 8. Present lectures, service evaluation, audit and research projects at local, national and international level 9. Negotiate clearly and effectively with relevant stakeholders Planning, Maintaining and Evaluating a Quality Service 1. Demonstrate an advanced level of clinical knowledge and skills of clinical presentations and risk factors and provide senior support in decision-making for other occupational therapy staff 2. Working with MDT colleagues, demonstrate advanced clinical skills in the COTE service, assisting with advanced diagnostic, prognostic and patient management within the service 3. Demonstrate advanced knowledge of care pathways appropriate to with the COTE service. 4. Recognise appropriate services and supports (OT, MDT and other) to optimise patient outcomes and identify the need for appropriate onward consultation or referral 5. Design and implement processes and procedures to ensure the highest standards of practice are met in the in-patient orthopaedic/Vascular occupational therapy service by establishing governance systems 6. Report emerging risk issues to the occupational therapy manager and other relevant senior staff within the service areas 7. Work collaboratively with the MDT to identify, plan and implement interdisciplinary practices 8. Foster and lead a culture and practice of evaluating service outcomes and other data collection and implementing quality improvement initiatives as appropriate 9. Develop and implement strategic service and business plans, quality initiatives, audits etc. based on up to date evidence based practice and report on outcomes in collaboration with the occupational therapy manager and other stakeholders 10. Oversee, evaluate and advise the occupational therapy manager on optimal resource utilisation for effective service delivery and optimal patient and service outcomes Leadership and Service Development 1. Understand the principles of the operational management of the RCNU and Outreach service and be responsible for the day-to-day management of these clinical speciality areas. 2. Act as an expert occupational therapy clinical resource for the COTE MDT, occupational therapy service and students 3. Promote the role of occupational therapy RCNU and Outreach service in the organisation and at national and international level 4. Lead senior clinical decision-making processes within the in-patient RCNU and Outreach service 5. Identify and prioritise the requirements of the RCNU and Outreach service areas within a constantly changing environment 6. Develop guidelines for safe and effective practice in the RCNU and Outreach service. 7. Refine and advance occupational therapy practice within the RCNU and Outreach service areas and develop formal links with appropriate national and international networks 8. Represent the RCNU and Outreach occupational therapy service, nationally and internationally as required 9. Deputise for the occupational therapy manager in his/ her absence as required 10. Explore and champion new initiatives, practices and models of care, in line with best practice, to improve the patient experience and outcome 11. Seek to identify and avail of opportunities to assist with and contribute to strategic planning e.g. development of business cases 12. Develop and implement new service initiatives in collaboration with appropriate stakeholders such as occupational therapy manager, MDT members etc. 13. Assist the occupational therapy manager in the recruitment of staff 14. Ensure that an efficient system of stock control is maintained 15. Act as a role model for occupational therapy staff and staff of other professions, in the areas of clinical competence, attitude and enthusiasm of occupational therapy, being available as a resource for staff 16. Collate and analyse workload statistics required for departmental purposes and for service reviews Evidence- Based Practice 1. Demonstrate advanced level knowledge of evidence in relation to the in-patient orthopaedic/Vascular service areas 2. Apply this advanced specialist knowledge to local practice, working with colleagues to implement the necessary steps to achieve the highest possible standard of care 3. Monitor and evaluate effectiveness of interventions within the service and modify accordingly where new evidence emerges or where evidence base is incomplete 4. Monitor and report on the use of best practice clinical standards and guidelines in the occupational therapy RCNU and Outreach service areas and apply this specialist knowledge within the service 5. Demonstrate expert understanding of service demands and trends and design processes, in consultation with the occupational therapy manager, to ensure demands are appropriately met 6. Champion and lead the development of occupational therapy in RCNU and Outreach service areas, working with experts/partners nationally and internationally to advance practice Research 1. Understand the principles of research and research methodology which underpin an analytical approach to clinical practice 2. Lead and facilitate research projects relevant to the RCNU and Outreach service areas at local or national level 3. Collaborate with all relevant stakeholders in respect of relevant research projects 4. Co-ordinate and promote departmental research in conjunction with the occupational therapy department and the departmental strategic plan 5. Publish research, case studies and critical reviews in peer-reviewed publications 6. Lead the dissemination of research findings locally and nationally within occupational therapy and the wider healthcare arena 7. Identify gaps in the evidence base and initiate/facilitate research to enhance evidence based practice locally, nationally and internationally Act as a Clinical Resource 1. Act in an advanced clinical advisory role to own colleagues and MDT 2. Identify the need for appropriate onward consultation 3. Represent the profession/HSCPs at local, national and international level for the RCNU and Outreach service areas. 4. Act as an advanced clinical advisor, nationally and internationally Continuing Professional Development 1. Identify own personal and professional learning needs and seek support from occupational therapy manager as indicated 2. Facilitate staff in identifying their own development needs and addressing these needs through planned learning, clinical supervision and professional support as required 3. Deliver appropriate and effective feedback and be receptive to feedback 4. Evaluate the training and development needs of occupational therapy staff working in RCNU and Outreach service areas, plan and implement training processes to meet these needs 5. Provide education, supervision, mentoring and support for occupational therapists in the RCNU and Outreach service areas. 6. Contribute to MDT education as appropriate 7. Plan, deliver and evaluate education, training and health promotion activities, incorporating inter-professional education models as appropriate 8. Identify and avail of formal and informal learning opportunities within occupational therapy and MDT contexts 9. Provide safe and effective under-graduate clinical placements 10. Provide expert advice and training to network, national and international colleagues in the field 11. Take the lead on occupational therapy input into post graduate clinical placements 12. Contribute to educational policy and education of pre and post qualifying practitioner The above Duties list is not intended to be a comprehensive list of all duties involved and consequently, the post holder may be required to perform other duties as appropriate to the post which may be assigned to him/her, from time to time, and to contribute to the development of the post while in office. Selection Criteria: Selection criteria outline the qualifications, skills, knowledge and/or experience that the successful candidate would need to demonstrate for successful discharge of the responsibilities of the post. Applications will be assessed on the basis of how well candidates satisfy these criteria. Mandatory: Candidates must, on the latest date for receiving completed application forms, possess: a) Hold a qualification approved by the Occupational Therapists Registration Board at CORU b) The Bachelor of Science (Honors) in Occupational Therapy from NUI Galway, the University of Dublin or University College Cork or c) A Master of Science from the University of Limerick or d) A Diploma from a College of Occupational Therapy or e) A recognised qualification at least equivalent to (a) or (b) or (c) which has been validated by the Department of Health as broadly equivalent to the above qualifications f) Have at least three years satisfactory post qualification working experience as an occupational therapist. Desirable: a) Clinical experience working within the care of the elderly services, especially in the clinical area of residential care Informal Enquiries ONLY to: Name:      Paul Maloney Title:        Occupational Therapy Manager in Charge III Email address: paulmaloney@beaumont.ie Telephone:        01 8092520 Further Information for Candidates: Supplementary information: The Hospital           www.beaumont.ie Management Unit: www.beaumont.ie/hr

15 days ago

Retail Merchandisers

Reach Group DublinPart-time

Retail Merchandiser - Part Time: • Make a store visit to their assigned stores on the frequency agreed • General tidy up of the category - books / DVDs/ CDs/ greeting cards / stationary or other assigned categories • Ensure the right stock is in the right place at the right time, in line with Guidelines provided • Monitor the shop floor to ensure that the correct mix and stock of products are held and displayed • Liaise closely with HQ to make sure the stock is properly monitored and available • Ensuring that merchandise is displayed appropriately to a high standard • Conducting & timely submission of daily or weekly store report • Assembly of free standing display units in store where required • Recall and administration of returns for old stock collected from the shelves & their return to scanning depots. Work conditions • Working hours (part-time): Monday to Saturday as agreed in advance • Locations: Swords, Rathbeale, Phibsborough, Clearwater, Artane and Clarehall • Suitable to Self Employed Skills and qualities • Ability to understand, process and execute instructions with minimal guidance after the training period • Excellent communication skills are a must • Merchandising experience would be an advantage

29 days ago

Grade VI - Cancer Data Manager

Beaumont HospitalDublinFull-time

Job Description Post Title: Grade VI – Cancer Data Manager Post Status: Specific Purpose Contract Department Cancer Data Location: Beaumont Hospital, Dublin 9 Reports to: Directorate Business Manager Salary: Appointment will be made on Grade VI (€46,771 - €53,346 1st LSI €55,246 ,2nd LSI €57,158) at a point in line with Government pay policy. Hours of work: Full-Time Closing Date: 12 Noon on 30th August 2019 Principal Duties and Responsibilities: • Facilitates and supports the development and implementation of data collection and collation on cancer treatment outcomes and cancer services activity through agreement of the data sets applicable to those cancers (NCCP) • To have ongoing responsibility for clinical audit systems within the services, ensuring the system meets operational, management and clinical audit requirements. • Oversees the collection and analysis of data, interprets findings, prepares reportsand participates in the presentation of findings and facilitation of actions needed to achieve improvement. • Promotes that data collected for Clinical Audit purposes is accurate and relevant for the objectives, that is, are not excessive or inappropriate. • To review the effectiveness of the cancer clinical audit information system in meeting data requirements. • Maintains confidentiality and adheres to the requirements of information governance and • Complies with the Data Protection Act 2018, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and hospital policies & procedures in the processing of data • To ensure that clinical data for patients undergoing treatment for cancer is collected, stored and retrievable. • To provide end user support. • To liaise with I.T and system suppliers as appropriate. • To assist with subsequent phases of development and implementation of enhancements to audit systems, including extension to other users.  • Provide cross functional cover for other data managers to ensure continuity of service. Clinical Audit  • Contributes to the design of clinical audits that are required of the clinical service(s). • To be responsible for ensuring 100% capture rate and validation of cancer data on the cancer clinical audit information system. • To work with consultants to analyse the outcomes of treatment. To ensure that data is extracted from patients’ medical records and to ensure that it is complete and accurate when entered onto the cancer clinical audit information system. • To provide statistical reports from the cancer clinical audit information system. • To co‐ordinate the production of information in order to supply reports for specific purposes within and outside the hospital. • To provide ongoing training for staff on the cancer clinical audit information system. • To collect records and collate patient data to meet reporting requirements to the National Cancer Control Programme, Beaumont Hospital and HIQA. • To assist/partake in providing data to support research projects where relevant. • To assist in supporting practice changes, and in tracking the impact of those changes through the provision of data. • Participates in raising the profile of Clinical Audit and Data Management throughout the organisation. • To work with other Cancer Data Managers and provide support to the Data Management team. Quality and Standards • Develop and maintain in conjunction with relevant stakeholders, site specific standard operating procedures (SOP’s) for the effective and efficient maintenance of data management systems using local and national templates.  • Working with the multidisciplinary team (MDT) to identify areas where key performance indicators (KPI’s) are not being achieved and undertake corrective action. • Develop systems to ensure relevant stakeholders are informed in a timely fashion of potential risk to achieving KPI’s. Communication • Establish effective communication networks with internal and external stakeholders and participate in development and change to communication processes.  • Ability to communicate with all levels of staff. • Work as a member of the wider cancer multidisciplinary team ‐ clinical teams, cancer data team, cancer services management and clinical governance. • Adhere to hospital policy on confidentiality and data protection. • Work with clinical and data management teams to produce relevant data regarding MDM activity. • Informing new team members of cancer data process and standard operating procedure.   Personal development. • In conjunction with line manager agree learning objectives designated to meet development goals to improve service. • Participate in quarterly performance meetings with line manager. The above Role Profile is not intended to be a comprehensive list of all duties involved and consequently the post holder may be required to perform other duties as appropriate to the post which may be assigned to him/her from time to time and to contribute to the development of the post while in office. This Role Profile will be subject to review in light of changing circumstances. Selection Criteria:    Selection criteria outline the qualifications, skills, knowledge and/or experience that the successful candidate would need to demonstrate for successful discharge of the responsibilities of the post. Applications will be assessed on the basis of how well candidates satisfy these criteria. Mandatory:   • Third level qualification • Clinical audit or data management and reporting experience • Evidence of commitment to continual personal development • Experience in the analysis, interpretation and presentation of data to relevant Audiences • Experience in Healthcare • Good understanding of the clinical audit process and best practice in data protection   IT literate  • Knowledge of implementing data quality measures and bringing expertise/innovation to data management issues Desirable: • Relevant postgraduate qualification in Healthcare Statistics or equivalent • Experience of analysing treatment outcomes • Experience of working closely with a range of colleagues in health and academic bodies engaged in data analysis and research • Experience in Healthcare • Good understanding of the clinical audit process Further Information for Candidates:  Supplementary information: Unless otherwise specified, URLs to the relevant home page(s) will be inserted by Recruitment. The Hospital www.beaumont.ie Management Unit: www.beaumont.ie/hr Other (Please specify): Informal Enquiries ONLY to:  Please note this section is optional. Applications will be addressed to an assigned Recruitment Officer. Name: Roger Grogan Title: Cancer Data Manager Email address: rogergrogan@beaumont.ie Telephone: 8092951

2 days ago

Portering Supervisor

Beaumont HospitalDublin32,770 - 38,984 Full-time

Post Title:            Portering Supervisor  Post Status:         Permanent Department          Portering Services Location:             Beaumont Hospital, Dublin 9  Reports to:           Portering Services Manager Salary:                 Appointment will be made on Portering Supervisor salary scale (€32,770 - €38,984) at a point in line with Government pay policy.  Hours of work:      Full-Time/39 Hours Closing Date:     12 Noon on 22.08.2019 Introduction: This is an exciting opportunity for someone to form part of the Portering Services Management Team. The Portering Service provides support to all clinical and corporate departments over the 24 hour day, Seven days a week. The successful candidate will have: -    At least 2 years experience of working in an Acute Hospital Setting. -    Will be a self motivated individual who can demonstrate their commitment to a quality service. -    Supervisory experience is desirable but not essential. Position Summary: The Portering services department plays a support role to the delivery of all clinical and non-clinical services and departments across all Beaumont Hospital sites.  This support role is key to the smooth running of the hospital and to supporting timely and professional patient care. Job Summary The Portering Service Supervisor will be responsible for day to day delivery of Portering services.  In particular, they will ensure that porters are deployed in such a way as to ensure an efficient service delivery. Deployment of porters should be cognisant of the needs of the various departments and the skills and training of the relevant porters.  As a senior member of the Portering services team they will be expected to contribute to the overall running and development of the department, keep management updated on all issues that affect the department / hospital. Principal Duties and Responsibilities: Service Delivery •    To coordinate and prioritise the duties of Portering staff in the area (s) to which they are assigned. •    To allocate and distribute the workload to maximise efficiency. •    To organise and supervise internal delivery systems. •    To liaise with service users, eg. Clinical Nurse Managers, Department Heads, Business Managers in response to or in anticipation of complaints, enquiries and service requests. •    To ensure that porters are punctual and report to allocated departments on time and to examine and maintain time keeping records and to assist with staff disciplinary procedures as and when required. •    To ensure that staff wear approved uniforms and are well groomed. •    To organise and schedule staff in the area of assignment to ensure sufficient cover at all times including breaks. •    To ensure upkeep of Portering work and rest areas. •    Attend departmental and other meetings as required. •    Adhere to hospital policies. •    Ensure good communication within the Portering department by appropriate means, including establishing regular staff meetings in line with the hospitals communication strategy. Staff Management •    Ensure staff attends all relevant mandatory and specialised training. •    Supervise and initiate local level training of any new staff assigned to the area. •    Provide or facilitate refresher training for existing staff as required. •    Record sick leave and redeploy staff to cover absences as required.  •    Conduct return to work interviews. •    Maintain records of all leave eg. annual leave, sick leave etc. •    Maintain records of all training of staff (mandatory and any other training deemed necessary). •    Assist with salary returns as required. •    Maintain good working relationships with all members of staff. •    Support the Portering Services Managers in the maintenance of discipline and adherence to hospital policies. •    Assist with rostering, annual leave planning, allocation of duties etc. •    Participate in disciplinary hearings as required. Equipment Management – oxygen, wheelchairs, dect phones, bleeps,  etc •    Ensure cleaning and maintenance schedule for wheelchairs is compliant with hygiene and infection prevention and control standards. •    Ensure wheelchairs are stored in such a manner as to ensure maximum availability. •    Ensure maintenance and delivery of medical gas cylinders on a daily basis. •    To organise and co-ordinate the audio visual equipment for lectures and / or conferences.  Other Duties •    Carry out audit as required. •    Participate in hospital committees / working groups as required. •    Maintenance, problem identifying and solving of issues in the department •    Other duties as may be deemed necessary. •    This is a working supervisor post and the appointee will be required to rotate to the various areas covered by the Portering Services, including Radiology, Theatre, Pool Room, Night duty. •    Manage complaints at a local level, referring them on to Portering Services Managers when necessary. Selection Criteria:  Selection criteria outline the qualifications, skills, knowledge and/or experience that the successful candidate would need to demonstrate for successful discharge of the responsibilities of the post.  Applications will be assessed on the basis of how well candidates satisfy these criteria. Mandatory: •    Skill VEC 5/ Leaving Cert Standard •    Acute Hospital Experience Desirable: •    Supervisory Experience Supplementary information: The Hospital    www.beaumont.ie Management Unit:    www.beaumont.ie/hr Informal Enquiries ONLY to: Name:    Mervyn Borwick Title:    Portering Services Manager Email address:    mervynborwick@beaumont.ie Telephone:    01 852 8129

13 days ago

Psychologist- Basic Grade- Dublin Childrens Service

Daughters of CharityDublinFull-time

Daughters of Charity Disability Support Services Applications are invited for the following position:- MDT – DUBLIN / CHILDREN’S SERVICE BASIC GRADE PSYCHOLOGIST PERMENENT – FULL TIME (37 HPW) Req.: PSYCH/CS/19085 As a Basic Grade Psychologist, you will join a highly motivated multi-disciplinary team working with children with complex needs, with or without intellectual disabilities, and their families. Applicants will have the following Professional Qualifications, Experience, Etc: Eligible applicants will be those who on the closing date for the competition: (i) Possess a recognised professional post-graduate qualification in clinical or counselling or educational psychology Or (iii) If qualified outside the Republic of Ireland, their qualification is validated by the Department of Health. Validation certificate needs to be included with this application. And in addition to the above (iii) Demonstrate that they have acquired in appropriate health settings for the areas for which they wish to apply - Child Disability, Child Psychology - either at least 60 days or equivalent supervised clinical placements as part of the professional qualification or at least 60 days or equivalent post qualification supervised work experience as a psychologist. Furthermore, applicants should: • Have experience in the completion of AON’s and ASD Assessments • Have a full clean driving license and use of a car. *Applicants should posses Level 1 Behavioural Competencies of DOCDSS competency framework; This can be found attached to end of the Job Description Informal Enquiries to: Dr Seán Shanahan, Principal Clinical Psychologist, Tel.: 01 824 5421 ************************************ Please apply to our website https://daughters-of-charity.rezoomo.com/jobs/ We are unable to shortlist Applications, unless the following are submitted, including internal staff: CV and a copy of qualifications detailed on the advert in one PDF Document  Closing date for receipt of applications: @ 30th Sepetmeber 2019 Daughters of Charity Disability Support Services for Persons with Intellectual Disability is an equal opportunities employer **************************************************************************************************************************** JOB DESCRIPTION JOB TITLE: STAFF GRADE PSYCHOLOGIST – ADULT  SERVICES, DUBLIN  RESPONSIBLE TO: HEAD OF DEPARTMENT EMPLOYING AUTHORITY: DAUGHTERS OF CHARITY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Ensure that each person with an intellectual disability is treated with the utmost respect and dignity. 2. To attend supervision to support monitoring of caseloads in order that service users and families receive optimum benefit from the psychological service. 3. Working within the agreed policies and codes of practice within the psychology profession. 4. To maintain a high standard in relation to assessment, diagnostic, therapeutic and recording procedures. 5. To attend clinical supervision on a regular basis to ensure high quality service delivery. 6. Undertake psychological assessments and carry out appropriate therapy for service users and those referred to the service on a residential or day attendance basis. 7. Initiate, implement and monitor interventions as appropriate to the professional standards of a psychologist. 8. Provide on-going support, information and assistance to employees working with service users. 9. Maintaining collaborative working relationships with psychology colleagues and other members of the multi-disciplinary team. 10. To work as part of the multi disciplinary team and participate in case conferences as requested. 11. Ensure that confidentiality is maintained at all times in relation to all aspects of work. 12. Maintaining proper records of services provided, ensuring all client assessments are filed appropriately in a manner compatible with the F.O.I. act. 13. Comply with the GDPR policy of the organisation in relation to the management and storage of service user information  14. Provide professional reports as necessary and co-operate in appropriate research projects approved by the Service. 15. Maintain detailed statistical or other records relating to psychology. 16. To furnish as requested reports or other statistical information. 17. Monitoring and keeping up to date with new developments in the area of psychology. 18. Participate in the annual performance review system. 19. Maintain a high standard of work performance, attendance, appearance and punctuality. 20. Ensure the health and safety policy is fully complied with. 21. Any other duties as may be required from time to time. The above job description is not intended to be a comprehensive list of duties and responsibilities and consequently the post holder may be required to perform other duties as appropriate to the post which may be assigned to him/her from time to time and to contribute to the development of the post when in office. This job description may change in line with the changing needs and objectives of the Daughters of Charity Disability Support Services. Core Competencies  Quality Service • Adopts a person centered approach and supports service users with empathy, compassion and respect. • Demonstrates a commitment to achieving a high standard result. • Is flexible and adaptable to meet unanticipated demands. • Complies with organisational policies and procedures at all times. • Understands, demonstrates and respects the rights of all service users and families Planning & Organising • Demonstrates the ability to plan and deliver the duties of the role in an effective and resourceful manner within a model of person centered care. • Adopts a systematic approach to planning, organising and managing workload. • Able to multi task without losing focus. • Manages competing and changing priorities effectively. • Demonstrates a flexible and adaptable approach in a changing environment. • Deals with issues in a timely manner. • Demonstrates a high level of attention to detail Professionalism • Approaches all tasks in a confident manner. • Shows pride in one’s profession. • Demonstrates honesty and integrity: holds a strong code of ethics. • Maintains appropriate and professional boundaries. • Manages personal problems to minimise impact on work or professional relationships • Respects confidentiality and discretion in all work related matters. • Pays attention to dress code and professional appearance. • Shows an enthusiastic and committed attitude to ones work. • Understands scope of practice. • Understands the need to apply service and/or professional standards, policies and procedures • Demonstrates self-belief in own potential and ability. Continuous Learning & Development • Shows enthusiasm and motivation for work. • Willing to use opportunities to improve, learn and develop self. • Regularly participates in on the job learning. • Stays current in own field of expertise. • Is open to constructive feedback, acknowledges own limitations. • Understands role and boundaries of other disciplines. • Initiates and undertakes mandatory training. • Takes responsibility to ensure learning and understanding of new ideas and procedures. • Self evaluates own performance to continuously improve personal development. Organisational Knowledge • Understands the mission and core values of Daughter of Charity Disability Support Services. • Is aware of the multiple services provided by the Daughters of Charity. • Familiar with professional bodies. • Is knowledgeable of regulations and where relevant applies practice in accordance with legislation to area of work. • Has the skill set to access computer systems and ability to learn new IT system’s • Knowledgeable of professional standards, policies and procedures relevant to discipline. • Understands how own scope of practice fits with the organisation. Innovation & Creativity • Demonstrates a can do attitude. • Generates new ideas. • Shows enthusiasm for trying new ways of doing things. • Voluntarily puts forward suggestions for improvements. • Promotes improvement ideas to colleagues. • Takes a creative approach to work by exploring a range of options whilst keeping an open mind. • Effectively applies existing practices or processes to new work situations to benefit the service and service users. • Takes appropriate action to address inefficiencies in work processes and establishes improved ways of getting the job done Leadership Potential • Successfully modifies behaviour to embrace change. • Energetic and Inspires others through own positive attitude. • Creates trust by being honest, reliable and consistent. • Can be directive without being dictatorial. • Blends a focus on results with a caring and sensitivity for individuals. • Demonstrates the ability to be flexible in relation to hours of work and roles and responsibilities. • Responds positively to new demands and requirements. Problem Solving & Decision Making • Makes timely, intuitive decisions to achieve successful outcome. • Identifies and uses appropriate sources of information when making decisions. • Supports views with sound logic reasoning. • Reasons systematically and logically through issues. • Demonstrates common sense when dealing with every day issues that arise. • Knows when to ask for help and guidance from supervisor and/or colleagues Team work • Contributes consistently and positively to team activities. • Projects a warm and appropriate professional demeanour at all times. • Is accepting of diverse values and beliefs. • Helps others: willing to take on different tasks/roles accordingly to the needs of the team. • Expresses views and professional opinion at team meetings. • Knows when and where to consult with other members of the team. • Is responsive to the needs of other team members: shows empathy. • Balances listening to others ideas with sharing own thoughts. • Considers how ones behaviour may impact others. • Has the knowledge and confidence to identify and personally manage own workplace disagreements locally at an early stage and knows when to seek support of management. Communication & Interpersonal Skills • Communicates openly and honestly. • Shows empathy when handling delicate or sensitive issues. • Shows patience when dealing with others. • Considers how ones behaviour may impact others. • Clearly and confidently articulates ideas and opinions and their underlying rationale. • Draws on a variety of communication methods to fit/situation circumstances. • Open listening: asking clarifying questions and makes eye contact. • Demonstrates positive body language. • Knows when to speak, what to talk about, with whom, when, and where. • Communicates effectively in English language, written and spoken, as appropriate to job requirements. • Numerate and Literate.

7 days ago

Business Application Specialist

Applegreen StoresDublinFull-time

Applegreen Business Application Specialist Role Introduction: In addition to its own proprietary Bakewell brand, the Group enjoys established partnerships with a portfolio of high-quality international brands. Following the Welcome Break acquisition, new brand partners include Starbucks, Waitrose, WH Smith, KFC, Pizza Express, Harry Ramsden and the Ramada and Days Inn hotel brands. These are in addition to existing brands including Burger King, Subway, Costa Coffee, Greggs, Lavazza, Chopstix, Freshii and 7-Eleven, some of which also have an existing presence on the Welcome Break network. Applegreen is the number one Motorway Service Area operator in the Republic of Ireland and the number two Motorway Service Area operator in the United Kingdom. Applegreen prides itself on its Charitable Fund. Which was set up in 2009. Every time a customer makes a shop and & fuel or a shop-only purchase, the company donates 1c to the Applegreen Charitable Fund. For 2018/19 by proudly supporting Focus Ireland, Irish Youth Foundation, DEBRA Ireland and Friends of the Cancer Centre. Further information is available at https://www.applegreenstores.com/

9 days ago

Meeting and Events Coordinator

Radisson Blu Hotel Group - Dublin AirportDublinFull-time

Meeting and Events Coordinator Job Title:  Meeting and Events Coordinator Location:  Dublin Airport Department:  Meetings & Events Reports to:  Revenue Office Manager Key Responsibilities of Meeting & Events Coordinator: • Maximises revenue and guest satisfaction by receiving and responding to Meetings & Events enquiries and related room reservations • Upholds a high level of regular, frequent, accurate and timely communication to all related departments regarding the Meetings & Events function within the hotel • Supports the Sales teams in generating leads and referring business by analysing current business, denied business and identifying potential new business through the office • Follows-up with guests to determine satisfaction; measures results and supports strategies to improve the quality of the guest experience Requirements of Meeting & Events Coordinator: • A proven track record in a similar role within a quality environment • Commercially aware • Driven and ambitious to consistently deliver and exceed service standards • Clear thinker with excellent communication abilities and attention to detail • Previous experience of using Opera Sales & Catering is advantageous Want to be responsible for creating a first class and unique event experience? Then this is the job for you! Come join us and Make Every Moment Matter! Person Specifications:  Excellent listening skills  A willingness to problem solve  Verbal & written communication skills  Resilience - being able to handle complaints from customers  The ability to work as part of a team  Be self-driven & pro-active Competencies:  Professional  Ability to work under pressure  A high level of accuracy & attention to detail  Customer focus  Be a self starter who shows initiative  Display a can do attitude when assisting other departments  Opera knowledge a distinct advantage Qualifications & experience:  Minimum 1-2 years experience in a similar role We can offer you: · Competitive rates · Flexible working arrangements · Food on duty · Staff car parking · A Training & Learning culture · Defined development plans to develop & grow you · Staff rates across our brands · Staff discount travel cards · A fun & open-minded working environment Radisson Blu Hotel Group is a world-wide Recognised brand ‘we grow talent, talent grows us’

21 days ago

Deli Assistant

Applegreen StoresDublinFull-time

Sales Assistant: Bakewell Team Location: Applegreen service area, Merrion Road, Booterstown, Co.Dublin Contract available: Full time- flexible morning shifts eg. 05.30-14.00 , 07.00-15.00, 11-17.30 Are you interested in growing your career & opportunities in one of the fastest growing forecourt retailer`s in Ireland, the UK AND US? From fuel to food, we offer customers a wide range of great products and the highest standards of customer service. We care deeply about the communities in which we are involved, and since 2009 Applegreen plc has raised over €2 million for its partnership charities. We offer fantastic career opportunities and a great deal of our promotions are internal. We as a company are constantly growing our business but it`s our people driving its success. If you are an enthusiastic, hardworking individual, who wants to be part of a diverse team, then this is the role for you! Whether you join our Forecourt, Shop, Bakewell, Subway, Burger King, Costa, Chopstix, Lavazza, or Greggs crew, you will become an ambassador for our brand and walk in the customers shoes keeping them at the core of everything we do. You will be responsible for delivering our shared vision for the future of retail forecourts through the highest standards of customer service and quality products. As a sales assistant, you play a vital role in our business. This is an exciting opportunity for you to become a part of our diverse team by delivering exceptional customer service and achieving daily sales targets. You will be given the knowledge to support the day to day operation of our business while increasing your knowledge of the ever-changing retail environment. You will handle customer transactions and ensure that the shop floor is clean and tidy throughout the day to day operations of the business. Previous experience is a plus, but don’t worry it’s not essential. If you have a positive “can do” attitude, we provide on the job training. If you enjoy working in a fast-paced environment you would be a great addition to our dynamic team!

11 days ago

Deli Manager

Applegreen StoresDublinFull-time

Sales Assistant: Bakewell Manager     Location:  Positions available in North Dublin  Contract available: Full time   Are you interested in growing your career & opportunities in one of the fastest growing forecourt retailer`s in Ireland, the UK AND US? From fuel to food, we offer customers a wide range of great products and the highest standards of customer service. We care deeply about the communities in which we are involved, and since 2009 Applegreen plc has raised over €2 million for its partnership charities. We offer fantastic career opportunities and a great deal of our promotions are internal. We as a company are constantly growing our business but it`s our people driving its success. If you feel you are a confident communicator who is flexible, open to change, success driven and a good leader who can motivate and encourage others then this is the role for you! You will be responsible for delivering our shared vision for the future of retail forecourts through the highest standards of customer service and quality products. As a Bakewell manager, you will have the overall responsibility of operating in accordance with Bakewell Standards, policies and procedures to achieve and maintain the highest standards of operational quality, service and cleanliness. You will have to lead your team to deliver the best food experience to every customer. You will be accountable for general administrative and daily staffing duties as well as providing leadership. You will be responsible for driving sales and achieving sales targets as well as training and developing your staff. The role will consist of various administration tasks to ensure the highest performance of the store. This includes Cash management, Stock control and investigating variances. You will make sure that the Bakewell is well presented at all times to enhance the customer`s experience. The role will also require you to motivate and lead the team by challenging the staff to meet achievable goals through effective communication and leadership skills. You will be knowledgeable and comply with all legislation in relation to food Safety. The ideal candidate will have at least 1-2 years proven experience in a similar management role. If you enjoy working in a fast-paced environment, you would be a great addition to our dynamic team!

6 days ago

General Manager – Contract Catering – Dublin City Centre

Maria Logan RecruitmentDublin€55,000 - €60,000 per yearFull-timePermanent

Maria Logan Recruitment are currently seeking a passionate and quality focused General Manager for one of Ireland’s leading Contract Catering Companies. As General Manager, you will be responsible for all aspects of this prestigious account including staff management, day-to-day operations, financial performance whilst ensuring a positive relationship is nurtured with the client. The successful candidate will have previous experience in contract catering within a blue-chip site ensuring both company profitability and client satisfaction. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who is keen to develop their skills and career within a progressive and innovative food services organisation. This role is City Centre based with working hours of Monday-Friday, 7am - 3.30pm. Salary: €55,000 - €60,000 per year.

21 days ago
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