Intellectual Disability – Support Worker – Galway

Full Time // GalwaySalary: €26043 - €38438

Description:

The Role:

Support Workers provide a key-working caring role for a group of People Supported by the Services. This role comprises two main elements. Firstly the Support Worker is responsible for all aspects of personal care required during the day.  This includes meals, personal hygiene and other related aspects of physical well-being.  Secondly, a major focus of the Support Worker role is to assist and support People Supported by the Services with development on Individual Plan’s and achievement of associated outcomes.  In addition, a critical component of this role is to support People Supported by the Services in community participation and integration.

Requirements:

  • Minimum 3 months experience working with individuals with an intellectual disability
  • Full Clean Driving licence
  • Good level of education

Working Hours:

Up to 39 hours per week based on a 7 day/night duty roster.  Successful candidates will be called if and when required and will be required to work early mornings, late evenings, weekends, public holidays, night duty, sleep-ins and irregular in order to meet service demands. 

To apply: send your CV to helen.egan@cplhealthcare.com or phone 00353864114525

Apply for job
Ref.no.:
JO-1811-420085_14
Locations:
Galway
Salary:
€26043 - €38438
Employment type:
Full Time;
Tags:
Healthcare Assistant,Intellectual Disability,Support Worker

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