Social Care Worker – Dublin

Full Time // DublinSalary: N/A

Description:

Social Care Workers- High Support North/West Dublin / County Dublin
Full Time Position

Job Summary:
In partnership with our client, Cpl Healthcare have an exciting new opportunity for social care workers. Providing a high care support, residential service for young people in the Dublin area.

Responsibilities:
Provide care and support to young adults
Provide the intervention required to address the issues which prevent young people from living at home or in foster care
Promote the rights of each young person within the centre
Encourage attendance in school and educational training programmes
Liaise with family, general services and other agencies on the young persons behalf
Draw up regular reports on the progress and development of the young person
Be accountable for the young persons documents, information and finances

Eligibility:
Relevant Social Care degree
Experience working in a challenging environment is desirable
Experience working in residential care, preferably high care is desirable
Placement experience will also be considered

For further information, please forward your CV to rachael.brennan@cplhealthcare.com or call Rachael for more information on 091 507527

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Ref.no.:
JO-1903-426328_8
Locations:
Dublin
Salary:
N/A
Employment type:
Full Time;
Tags:
Jobs In Social Care,Social Care Jobs,Social Care Work,Social Care Worker

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