We now have vacancies Disabilities Residential Support Workers within our Residential Services for children with physical disabilities, located in County Louth and our exciting new development in County Monaghan..
The role of the Disabilities Residential Support Worker (Hereafter referred to as DRSW) is to work directly with children while contributing to the day-to-day running of the residential centre. The DRSW will retain an integral practice role and ensure that the highest quality of care is provided to young people. The role will also require administrative duties as well as responsibilities pertaining to the progression, practice and implementation of Placement Plan objectives for young people, ensuring that they are receiving the agreed quality and quantity services. The DRSW will be accountable for the centre functioning in the absence of the Centre Manager (PIC) or Shift Co-Ordinator (PPIM).
Applicants must possess:
- A recognised professional social care (or related) qualification to minimum level 7
- One year’s experience in a residential setting or two years combined experience working with young people within a community disability setting or similar.
- Hold a full driving licence.
Please send completed applications to firstname.lastname@example.org