Social Care Worker

St. John of God Dublin South East Services provides a network of education, training, employment, respite, community living supports and rights promotion to children and adults with intellectual disabilities in South Dublin.  Social Care Workers – Adult Residential ServicesPermanent and Contract Posts available Candidates who would like to support the men and women attending our service should have the following: Minimum Level 7 in Applied Social Studies/Social Care A proven track record in the delivery of Person-Centered systems, services and supports and awareness of positive behavior supports Excellent knowledge and understanding of relevant Health Act Regulations, HIQA Standards and all other relevant legislation.·        Experience of  working with people who have an intellectual disability (experience supporting Service Users with higher needs advantageous)·        Experience of a residential setting is desirable. ·        Be innovative, resourceful, flexible and have excellent communication, interpersonal,administrative and co-ordination skills.·        Ability to work both in a busy team environment and independently.·        Ability to support and facilitate independent living and community integration.·        Experience in the area of human rights and advocacy.Full manual driving license is essential (please advise in your application)#Essential criteria for applying:·        Full manual driving license·        Minimum Level 7 in Applied social studies/Social care  If you believe you have the necessary enthusiasm, competencies, and experience to bring to this role, please upload a letter of application along with your Curriculum Vitae via the Link below. Reference: DSESCWFEB23  Informal enquiries to Michelle Genoe Tel: 01 285 2900Shortlisting will apply.– Compassion – Excellence – Justice Saint John of God Community Services CLG is an equal opportunities employer. We operate HSE (Health Service Executive) funded services across Intellectual Disability, Adult Mental Health and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Hospitality Respect Compassion

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