Person In Charge- ID Service

Full Time // Palmerstown, West Dublin, County Dublin, IrelandSalary: €45179 - €53240


Currently seeking an experienced social care professional for a PIC position within an ID residential service. This is a highly rewarding role to take ownership off, taking responsibility for the management, care and support of our service users.
The primary role of the Person in Charge will be one of clinical and professional leadership and development in the care team, including the development of nursing staff and care staff by means of supervision, orientation of new staff and arranging for clinical experience and of student nurses.


  • Be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI) or have completed a Social Care (Honours) Degree.
  • 3+ years post grad experience, with at least 1 year in the Intellectual Disability Sector.
  • A minimum of 3 years post qualification management / supervisory experience.
  • An in-depth knowledge of the HIQA Standards & Health Act 2007-2013 Regulations.
  • Taking a person-centred approach to the role.
  • Ability to plan, organise and project manage effectively
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills.
  • Full clean driving licence.

For more information, please forward your CV to or call Meigheann on 01- 4825 446.

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Palmerstown, West Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
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