Vacancies for Employed Roles
Looking for a career in Social Care? Find out what Employment Opportunities are currently available at Camphill Communities of Ireland. Camphill is an exciting employer that has a different culture then is customary in many places providing social care. And the sense of community is important to all people who are a part of this endeavour. Most people do strongly feel that their work is more than a job and many employees also volunteer and join for social occasions, festivals and special events.
Parttime incl. Evenings and Weekends COVID 19 URGENT CALL FOR LOCAL VOLUNTEERS - Start any time From 31 Mar 2020
As you are aware, we are entering into an unknown phase in the management of the Covid-19 Pandemic. We are developing all our contingency plans to ensure that we can continue with the delivery of essential services for our residents.
In the event of an outbreak, we are anticipating that a lot of our staff and volunteers will have to self-isolate and we may have difficulties in providing the appropriate levels of staff to maintain services. Therefore we are urgently looking for volunteers to help us through these type situations.
Volunteering can be for very small periods of time and is wholly based on your availability and the skills that you can offer.
Thank you in anticipation of any support that you can offer
Type of Contract: Minimum 3 months Closing Date: 30 Jun 2020
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SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITATOR / JOB COACH (35 HOURS PER WEEK)
The Bridge Camphill Community is currently seeking a highly motivated person to fill the following position.
Job Title: Special Needs Facilitator / Job Coach
Work Times: 9.30am - 5.30pm Monday to Friday 35 hours
Pay Rate: €14.00 per hour
To support the intentional community, in developing and formalising a person-centred culture, and to achieve a high quality of personal outcomes in a time of rapidly changing regulatory requirements, while maintaining its ethos and values.
The area of work will include a facilitative role for empowering people to expand their activities beyond the bounds of the community in line with the “New Directions” Policy. The successful candidate will demonstrate a willingness and flexibility to adapt within their role and take on additional responsibilities.
If you have a passion for empowering people with special needs and thrive on working in a job that requires many different skills sets, this might be for you.
General Job Description:
To provide residential, job coaching and lifestyle supports to adults with special needs, in an intentional community, by being part of a team of co-workers, volunteers and employees creating a positive living experience, and an environment and atmosphere within the home in which the needs of people can be met.
Key Requirements, Attributes and Qualifications for employees of The Bridge Community:
Please direct all enquiries to Deirdre Mallitte at 045-481597.
Full Job Descriptions and Person Specifications attached below
Applications will only be accepted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org with letter of application and CV attached.
Closing Date for applications will be 5pm Wednesday the 02nd October 2019
Candidates shortlisted for interview will receive notification by the 4th October 2019
Camphill is an equal opportunity employer.
Type of Contract: Minimum 3 months Closing Date: 02 Oct 2019
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1 Fulltime House Co-ordinator
Camphill Grangebeg Vacancy for House Co-ordinator
Camphill Grangebeg is a small rural community that has a strong family atmosphere. We provide a home to 10 residents. Merged with a 5 day vocational and training day service and transitional training opportunities within the context of our organic farm, garden and every day community life.
We are a HIQA monitored social care community where our residents and day attendees are supported to live high quality lives by staff and volunteers. We are a community in transition integrating employed Social Care staff with short-term life sharing volunteers all committed to the values and ethos of Camphill. We are also integrating with our local community as neighbours, friends and colleagues.
We currently have a vacancy for a House Co-ordinator within one of our community’s houses “Ard Keen.” Ard Keen is home to 6 male residents and the role of the House Co-ordinator is to lead the staff team in their task of supporting our members to live meaningful lives within Grangebeg and within their broader community. Ensuring that they receive on an individual basis the appropriate level of support and care in response to their own identified needs. The House Co-ordinator is also part of Grangebeg’s management team , led by the PIC. They are line managed by the PIC.
· Letters of Applications outlining why you are interested in joining our community by email or post to firstname.lastname@example.org
· Informal enquiries to Andrea or Áine 045406050
· Closing date for applications 21st June 2019
Type of Contract: Permanent Contract Closing Date: 21 Jun 2019
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Services Manager / PIC. Residential, SSDL and Day Services x 1 FT
House Coordinator / Deputy PIC for SSDL and Residential ID and ABI x 1 FT
Deputy House Coordinator SSDL for Residential ID and ABI x 1 FT
Social Care Assistants x 1 FT and 3 PT Posts.
Camphill Greenacres ( Goatstown Dublin 14) is recruiting to fill new positions arising from the development of our residential, supported living and day services. This is an exciting opportunity to become part of a team which is leading with people on meeting their needs and choices in ways which are meaningful to them. Camphill Greenacres is part of Camphill Communities of Ireland and holds the values of personal dignity, and the uniqueness of each person as central. We believe community and social roles pivotal to wellbeing. We focus on discovering and supporting opportunities for people to grow and contribute where they live, within their local communities and as contributing members of society. We are currently recruiting for suitably qualified staff with experience of working with adults with an ID and adults with ABI.
For the Services Manager / PIC we are looking for an experienced creative individual with a commitment to person centred practice to lead and manage the current services and a number of new developments in residential and day supports.
Applications to be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date April 10th 2018
Informal enquiries to Paul Henry Regional Manager 087-3430003
Interviews will be held Mid April.
Type of Contract: 1 year Contract Closing Date: 10 Apr 2018
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