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DNCC, Peer And Group Support Coordinator

HSE Community Healthcare North City & CountyDublin

The integration of self-management support in the delivery of healthcare to people living with chronic health conditions is a feature of the shift left from a model of dependency to one of collaboration between healthcare provider and service user. CHO DNCC is leading on the establishment of three Chronic Disease Ambulatory Care Hubs that will provide access to specialist services in the community for individuals living with more complex chronic diseases. These hubs will house a multidisciplinary specialist team to provide integrated, holistic assessment and service and will act as a single point of access to a wider host of services within the community for individuals with more complex needs. The recruitment of these specialist teams is currently underway. CHO DNCC will play a critical role in the continuum of care from health promotion, disease prevention, diagnosis, treatment, disease management to rehabilitation services. The hub approach aims to improve both service user experience and the health outcomes for those living with chronic disease within a population of 150,000 -200,000. The hubs will be linked with 3 acute hospitals in CHO DNCC; the Mater, Beaumont and Connolly.

2 days ago

DNCC Clinical Nurse Manager

HSE Community Healthcare North City & CountyDublin

The Public Health Nursing service provides in partnership with key stake-holders high quality, value driven, evidence based primary, secondary and tertiary care to individuals, families and communities across the life span in the geographical remit of the Dublin North City and County CHO9. We do this by utilising knowledge from Nursing, Social & Public Health sciences. Our aim is to enable people live healthy and more fulfilled lives. The delivery of a co-ordinated integrated service approach to Childhood Immunisations will contribute population health and reduce the risk of outbreaks of disease in children. The person appointed to this post will be expected to actively participate in Childhood Immunisation programme current and future developments within the service. The Childhood Immunisation programme encompasses the Primary vaccinations and the School Childhood Immunisation programmes. The Clinical Nurse Manager II will work within the Childhood Immunisation team. The CNMII is central to maximise educational opportunities to strengthen the provision and uptake of Childhood Immunisations

2 days ago

Supervisor, Ophthalmology

Mater HospitalDublin

The Ophthalmology - Grade V Supervisor's duties include: - Demonstrate behaviour consistent with the Values of the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital. - Lead the administrative support team in the provision of administrative support services to specific clinical specialties in the department in addition to providing a cross cover service as required. - Be responsible for the line management of the administration staff within the Sub Specialities in Ophthalmology involved in providing the following administrative support function and mentoring staff: - Provide cross cover for Supervisor in DRT. As well as: 1. OPD reception function and clinic appointments function 2. Medical secretarial function 3. Clinic pulling and preparation function 4. Medical typing/ TPRO 5. General administrative support to the clinical teams 6. Waiting Lists management 7. Tracking and tracing patient journey 8. Liaising/communicating with patients 9. Liaising/communicating with clinical lead and relevant area managers 10. Collate data in relation to the activity in managing the service 11. Implement process improvements and pathways of ophthalmology referrals outpatients and the Emergency Eye Department Please see full job description attached. For informal inquiries please contact Annmarie Corcoran 01 8032879 or acorcoran@mater.ie

2 days ago

Service & Interaction Designer

Mater HospitalDublin

The Service & Interaction Designer will be required to work as part of the Mater Transformation team in supporting and progressing the Mater hospital’s transformation agenda. In particular, (s)he will project manage a range of design-led innovation projects as part of the ‘MxD Collective’ pilot. Specifically, this will involve: • Working collaboratively with staff, patients, carers/families and other stakeholders to co-design solutions • Leading on the research, concept generation, prototyping, testing and iteration of solutions • Working collaboratively with project managers and the wider project team to ensure a high standard is delivered in time and on budget • Participating in planning and conducting evaluation of the improvement initiative and dissemination of findings through publication and presentations • Carrying out administrative work associated with your programme of research. • Have the ability to liaise successfully with individuals, groups and organisations and have excellent interpersonal and communication skills. • Have the ability to work on their own initiative as well and to take responsibility for their own workload, work capacity and work rate. Please see full job description attached. For informal inquiries please contract Siobhan Manning -smanning@mater.ie

2 days ago

Electrical Engineer - Chief Assistant Technical Services Officer

Mater HospitalDublin

The duties of Electrical Engineer includes: Please see full job description attached. For informal inquiries please contact Stuart Dunne sdunne@mater.ie

2 days ago

Medical Secretary Panel, Cancer Directorate

Mater HospitalDublin

The purpose of the Medical Secretary Grade IV is to provide an exceptionaland comprehensivesupport service delivery within the Cancer Directorate in consideration of Patient Care and the departmental Administration Team. The Grade IV Medical Secretary will ensure that all duties, roles and responsibilities are completed to the required operational standards in line with the competency framework. In order to meet the service needs of the hospital the post holder will be required from time to time to work in the Warfarin Clinic and Oncology Haematology Day Ward in addition to the normal place of work. The post holder will also be expected to provide cover for colleagues during times of absences. Please see full job description attached For any informal inquiries please contact Paula O’ Reilly-Operations Manager, Cancer Directorate paulaoreilly@mater.i e/ 01 803 4349

2 days ago

Senior Speech And Language Therapist, Heart Lung Transplant Cardiothoracic Service

Mater HospitalDublin

Senior Speech and Language Therapist - Heart and Lung Transplant and Cardiothoracic Service Speech and language therapists (SLTs) work with people who have speech, language, voice or swallowing issues. At the Speech and Language Therapy Department, we mainly assess and treat adult inpatients. We also provide outpatient care within certain specialist services. Please see full job description attached. Informal Enquiries to: Ms Ciara Murphy , Speech & Language Therapy Manager on 01 803 4107 or email: cmurphy@mater.ie

2 days ago

Genetic Counsellor For National Centre Inherited Cardiac Diseases

Mater HospitalDublin

Principal Duties: See patients and their families in clinics at the National Centre for Inherited Metabolic Disorders (Adult Centre) and at some transition clinics at the National Centre for Inherited Metabolic Disorders (Paediatric Centre) Provide genetic counselling clinics, conferring with consultants in the National Centre for Inherited Metabolic Disorders (as appropriate) Contribute to joint consultant and Genetic Counselling clinics to ensure their effectiveness and efficiency as well as continuity of care for families referred. Endeavour to achieve for all families seen in clinic, a good understanding of the genetics information and the best possible adjustment to the presence of a genetic condition in their family. Please see full job description attached. For informal queries Dr Joe Galvin jgalvin@mater.ie .

2 days ago

CNM High Dependency Unit

Mater HospitalDublin

Job Purpose: The CNM2 will be responsible for working with all members of the multidisciplinary team, including: the Directorate Nurse Manager, CNM3, Director of Nursing, Clinical Director and Intensivists along with all interdisciplinary team members, to provide safe, quality and patient centred care for critically ill patients. In managing the HDU, the CNM2s role will be essential in providing coordination and management of all nursing and delegated activity as well as the allocation and management of resources within the unit associated with this activity. The CNM2 will support nurses and HCAs educational and professional development in relation to providing opportunities for development of skills, access and support to facilitate ongoing education, and support the expanding nursing role within the critical care speciality to enhance patient care and experience. For informal enquiries please contact Irene Aloveros, Directorate Nurse Manager, irenealoveros@mater.ie

2 days ago

Care Staff

AvistaDublin

Avista provide Residential and Day Services to people with an Intellectual Disability. We are looking for candidates who are committed to supporting people with disabilities and their families, in a person centered, community based, socially inclusive manner in accordance with our core values and ethos and underpinned by quality, best practice and research. Applications are invited for the following positions; ST. Louise’s Centre, Glenmaroon Care Staff Full Time 39hpw Part Time 19.5hpw Relief Salary Scale: € 29,417– € 41,542 (Salary subject to Relevant Public Sector Experience and pro rated in line with hours worked) REQ. 23998 Essential Minimum Qualification(s): • Minimum of fully Completed FETAC Level 5 in Healthcare Support or equivalent - Essential Essential Knowledge and Experience: • Previous experience working within the Intellectual Disability area desirable • Excellent communication, interpersonal and organisational skills • Ability to effectively manage their time; work on their own initiative and as part of a team. • Be committed to promoting the active engagement and participation of Service Users in their local communities • Be person centred in approach to enabling Service Users to maximise their independence and develop meaningful roles in society • Ability to be flexible and creative *Applicants should possess Level 1 Behavioural Competencies of Avista Competency Framework ‘A panel may be formed from which future Care Staff vacancies may be filled’ Jennifer Mulcahy, Service Manager, Tel: 018999104/087-9640848 Applications can be made to: https://avista.rezoomo.com/ Closing date for receipt of applications: 9th December 2022 Avista is an equal opportunities employer.

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