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Assistant Director of Nursing jobs Tipperary Waterford

FRS Recruitment

Tipperary, Tipperary
1 day ago
Tipperary, Tipperary
€50k - €55k Per Year
1 day ago
€50k - €55k Per Year

Job title: Assistant Director of Nursing / ADON / APIC
Location: Co. Tipperary (South) / commutable from Co. Waterford
Type of jobs: full time, permanent
Reporting to: Proprietor
Working hours: mix of 8h shifts and 12h shifts, flexibility required. 40h/week
Accommodation: for anyone considering weekly commuting from further afield, there is an option to rent a room in shared accommodation for very reasonable price.
Job Summary:
Are you looking to join a well performing medium size nursing home, with good HIQA reports, well trained staff and work with a DON who is equally passionate about elderly care?
You are in luck! I have a job just like that. A nursing home in South Tipperary opened a brand new vacancy for an ADON to support their DON. You will be rewarded for your hard work.
Jobs Requirements:
  • Third level Nursing qualification and current registration with NMBI.
  • Ideallly Third level Management qualifications, not essential
  • Minimum 5 years experience in elderly care, excellent clinical skills as well as knowledge of HIQA standards and regulations.
  • 2+ years experience as a CNM or ADON within elderly care
  • You will be of good character, enjoy a challenge and take pride in achieved results
  • Excellent computer skills and record keeping

Responsibilities:
  • Assisting the DON in daily management of the home.
  • You will work closely with the DON on systems, policies, standards and ethos of the company have been applied.
  • You will provide clinical leadership and direction for clinical staff, HCA and ancillary staff, which results in the delivery of effective, efficient and quality services to residents.
  • Manage standards using evidence based care planning approach.
  • Develop a shared sense of commitment and participation among employees in the development of service and in responding to the changing needs of residents.
  • Other responsibilities as required

To apply for this job, please submit your CV (in Word) through this website in the strictest of confidence. Or contact me, Renata Ryan on 0860239020 to discuss this or other Director jobs. #jobs
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Director of Nursing Jobs Co. Kildare

FRS Recruitment

Kildare, Kildare
1 day ago
Kildare, Kildare
€65k - €85k Per Year
1 day ago
€65k - €85k Per Year

Position: Director of Nursing / PIC
Location: Co. Kildare
Sector: Elderly Care
Working hours: Monday to Fridays, flexibility on call duty
Reporting to: Group Operations manager
Salary: 65-85k, benefits negotiable
Company profile:
A large nursing home set in beautifully landscaped gardens within walking distance of town centre. Well performing and managed home is part of a large group of homes, offering very good management structure and internal career progression to all staff.
Job Summary:
If you find caring for elderly people rewarding and if you like taking charge then here is a potential job for you. As aa Director of Nursing you will maintain a high standard of care across all units, daily care and activities in accordance with the best practice and within available resources. Planning, development and management will be your part of your daily duties. You will part of a larger management team, with plenty of external support from other departments within Group.
Your profile:
To qualify for this fantastic role, you must have a Third level degree in Nursing, be actively registered with NMBI and also have Healthcare management qualification. You will also have a minimum of 3 years experience in working with older people within the last six years of your career. Ideally you will also have good people management experience. You will be of good character, enjoy a challenge and take pride in achieved results
To apply for this job, please submit your CV (in Word) through this website in the strictest of confidence for initial review by FRS Recruitment. OR contact Renata Ryan on 0860239020 to discuss this or other Director jobs.
#jobs #DON #PIC #directorofnursing #elderlycare #nursinghome #ADON #frsrecruitment
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Director of Nursing Galway. Clare

FRS Recruitment

Galway, Galway
1 day ago
Galway, Galway
€65k - €85k Per Year
1 day ago
€65k - €85k Per Year

Yes, being a Director of Nursing in a nursing home is more challenging than ever before, but for those of you who enjoy a challenge and have passion for elderly care I have an excellent opportunity to consider. Apply today to become the new DON of a well managed, medium size home, with a dedicated Memory Care centre. Excellent potential for further career progression over time as home is part of a group.
Position: Director of Nursing / DON, Person in Charge / PIC
Location: Co. Galway / easily commutable from Co. Clare
Sector: Elderly Care
Working hours: Monday to Fridays, 40h/week, on call flexibility request
Reporting to: Group's Area Manager
Salary: €65-85k depending on experience
Company profile:
This medium size home provides a high standard of residential carea as well as specialist Memory Care for residents living with dementia. They also provide respite care to give home carers a much needed break, or rehabilitation after a hospital stay. Owned and management by the largest of Irish nursing home groups, good structure, career progression and competitive salaries are on offer.
Job Summary:
If you find caring for elderly people rewarding and if you like taking charge then here is a potential job for you. As a Director of Nursing you will maintain a high standard of care across all units, daily care and activities in accordance with the best practice and within available resources. You will manage a team of professional clinical and non-clinical staff. Planning, development and management will be your part of your daily duties.
You will part of a larger management team, with plenty of external support from other departments. .
Your profile:
To qualify for this fantastic role, you must have a Third level degree in Nursing, Management qualification and be actively registered with NMBI. You will also have a minimum of 3 years experience in working with older people within the last six years of your career. Ideally you will also have good people management experience. You will be of good character, enjoy a challenge and take pride in achieved results
To apply for this job, please submit your CV (in Word) through this website in the strictest of confidence for initial review by FRS Recruitment. OR contact Renata Ryan on 0860239020 to discuss this or other Director jobs.
#jobs #DON #PIC #directorofnursing #elderlycare #nursinghome #ADON #frsrecruitment
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Assistant Director of Nursing - Regional

Osborne

Cork, Cork
Today
Cork, Cork
Today

Osborne are working with a highly established healthcare group and we are seeking a number of ADON’s in the Munster region with flexibility. This role is to assist with cover, busy times, sick leave, step up as DON or PIC where required throughout a number of homes. It is a full time permanent role.

This is a great opportunity to join a larger group while still having a home from home feel in the nursing home on the ground.

The key objective is to effectively assist manage the successful operation of the Nursing Home, ensuring high quality care standards are maintained and that business objectives are met.

The ideal candidate will have strong people management skills and effective communication skills.

This role is an exciting opportunity for an experienced ADON or CNM seeking a new challenge who is looking for variety!
The successful candidate will need to have nursing home management experience within elderly and dementia care.

Essential Criteria:

  • Have not less than 3 years’ experience of nursing older persons in the last 6 years.
  • Have a minimum of 7 years post registration experience.
  • Have in-depth knowledge of regulatory requirements and regulatory inspection activity as they pertain to residential care centres.
  • Hold a third level qualification in management.
  • Have the ability to manage one’s own workload effectively while responding flexibly to new demands at short notice.
  • Demonstrate an ability to embrace change and be committed to continuous improvement and learning throughout the residential care home.
  • Have the skill to influence others, build constructive relationships and achieve outcomes.
  • Promote an ethos and culture of quality assurance within the clinical area, identifying and establishing benchmarks and KPIs in consultation with the Director of Nursing.
  • Be a Registered General Nurse.
  • Be available to work flexible hours when required.


Responsibilities

  • In the absence of the Director of Nursing, will undertake the role and responsibilities of the Person-in-Charge in line with the Health Act 2007, related regulations and HIQA standards.
  • Ensure that overall standards of hygiene and food safety are maintained at the highest level possible
  • Liaise with other senior managers in the delivery of housekeeping standards; food safety, quality and choice; maintenance standards; and administration efficiency.
  • Participate in clinical management within the home in consultation with the DON including providing care to residents, communicating with residents/families/representatives, managing staff, monitoring performance and standards, developing policies and procedures, and delivering training.
  • Coordinate the quality and safety system including all aspects of clinical risk management and resident involvement.
  • Participate in coaching and appraisal of staff on a regular basis
  • In consultation with HR, participate in grievance and disciplinary activities
  • Coordinate, roster and manage staff in conjunction with the senior management team in the Home
  • Lead by example a professional, punctual and dedicated team.

 

For a more detailed spec and to discuss this opportunity further please apply through the link provided for the attention of Cloe Stapleton or call Osborne on 01 5984334

If you are interested in finding out more about the above role and would like to be considered other suitable roles that we may have available for your skill set – please attach your CV via the link provided

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Clinical Nurse Manager 2 Infection Prevention & Control

St Lukes General Hospital

Kilkenny
Today
Kilkenny
Today

CV's wont be accepted.

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Please complete Application Form to apply.

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This is a 19.5 hours post.

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The post of CNM 2 has a pivotal role in service planning, co-ordinating, and managing activity and resources within the clinical area of Infection Prevention and Control across all specialties in SLGH along with the other members of the multi-disciplinary team.

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· The CNM 2 in Infection Prevention & Control will work across all specialties in St. Luke's General Hospital.

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· Provide professional / clinical leadership in the designated area (s) of responsibility.

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· Assessment, planning, delivery and evaluation of care to patients in the Infection Prevention & Control Service.

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· Ensures that the clinical teams are informed and facilitated by providing programmes of education, support and being actively involved in the on-going development and evaluation of programmes for delivery of care.

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· Will be actively involved in the on-going development, implementation and evaluation of systems and programmes for delivery of care.

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· Play a central role in the management of infection outbreaks.

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· The successful applicant will take responsibility for his/her caseload.

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Clinical Nurse Manager 2 - Coronary Care Unit

Our Ladys Hospital Navan

Navan
27 days ago
Navan
27 days ago

For full details of the Clinical Nurse Manager 2 CCU post please download the Job Specification attached.

The Clinical Nurse Manager 2 (CNM2) Coronary Care at Our Lady's Hospital Navan will manage a 6 bedded in patient unit plus telemetry for inpatients in other ward areas.

The post of CNM 2 has a pivotal role in service planning, co-ordinating, and managing activity and resources within the clinical area. The main responsibilities are: quality assurance, resource management, staffing and staff development, practice development, facilitating communication and professional / clinical leadership.

The CNM2 will be part of a nursing team who endeavour to deliver high quality patient care to patients who are admitted to the Coronary Care Unit.

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Clinical Nurse Manager 2 - Part-Time - Co. Wicklow

Cheshire Ireland

Shillelagh
Today
Shillelagh
Today

EXCITING CAREER OPPORTUNITY

Clinical Nurse Manager (CNM) 2


35 hours p/w, permanent contract

Ardeen Cheshire Home, Shillelagh, Co. Wicklow.

 

Cheshire Ireland provides quality services to adults with physical,sensory and neurological disabilities at a medium and high level of need. We provide individualised supports to promote wellbeing, independence and quality of life for all people who use our services. We currently provide services to over 200 people in their own homes, in residential centres, in supported accommodation and in respite facilities. Established in Shillelagh, Co.Wicklow in 1963, Cheshire Ireland are a Section 39 organisation funded by the HSE. We employ over 800 staff and operate in Dublin, Cork, Galway, Wicklow, Limerick, Donegal, Kerry, Carlow, Waterford, Sligo and Mayo.

What we do

Cheshire Ireland provides a range of support services to people with both physical and neurological conditions in their homes, in residential centres, in supported accommodation and in standalone respite facilities. Cheshire Ireland provides services throughout the 26 counties. Our aim is to provide quality, person-centred services, which facilitate people with disabilities to live a life of their own choosing.

Ardeen Cheshire Home provides a friendly, cooperative and positive working environment within a large and busy residential and respite service. The right candidate will find this role both challenging and rewarding.


THE ROLE

 

What you will do

Operating out of a social model of disability you will have responsibility for the assessment, planning , delivery and evaluation of the care required to meet the physical, psychological and social needs of individuals with physical and neurorological disabilities. Duties include but are not linimted to;

        Provide clinical and professional supervision and support to the nursing and frontline care support teams

        Through strong leadership encourage excellence and promote evidence based practice

        Have oversight of all clinical records and documentation, including care plans and the management of clinical risk.

        Engage with external and internal stakeholders such as medical and allied healthcare professionals and Cheshire Ireland clinical team.

        Actively contribute to ongoing improvements in the quality of care in line with organisational policy, best practice and regulatory standards

        As a member of the Senior Management Team support continuous improvement across all areas of the service and act as designate for the Service Manager as required.

        Designated Safeguarding Officer and responsible for HIQA notifications as required.

        Deliver training as relevant to your role and participate in the development and implementation of policies

        Commitment to your own personal and proffesional development

        Develops open, honest and respectful relationships with others and fosters good working relationships within the team

        At all times handles information confidentially and in line with data protection requirements.

        A committment to the provision of quality services and to the concept of working in partnership with service users to promote their indpendence.

SKILLS and  EXPERIENCE


What we are looking for

Our ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate;

        In possession of a nursing qualification and registered with An Bord Altranais

        A minimum of 3 years post qualification experience and currently operating at CNM1 or Senior Staff Nurse Level

        Have line management or significant supervisory experience within the disabiltiy or broad social services field

        Knowledge of and experience in working within HIQA regulatory framework

        Evidence based decision making skills and experience in the management and effective delivery of change

        Have experience in the development and delivery of training to staff

        Have experience in the review and development of policies

        Evidence of personal and professional development

        Excellent computer skills especially in Microsoft Excel and Outlook, and the ability to adapt to changing technology

        Strong interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written

        In possession of the necessary documentation to work and live in the Republic of Ireland

        Ability to speak and write English fluently


This role provides care and support to individuals living in a residential service and you will be required to establish and maintain relationships with individuals with disabilities that are based on respect and equality and that promote their independence. 

It is critical that when undertaking your work that you do so in a manner that is consistent with Cheshire Irelands values, operating ethos and standards.


WHY WORK WITH US? 

        Positive working environment

        Degree of flexibility in working hours

        HSE Consolidated payscales

        Induction and on going training and support

        On site parking

        Career opportunities

        Pension Scheme (after probation)

        Sick pay benefit (after probation)

        Employee assistance program

        Maternity benefit


APPLY NOW


To apply for this post please forward a detailed CV and cover letter outlining your suitability for the position to Sarah Anderson, Operations Coordinator, via email to: sarah.anderson@cheshire.ie Please cite reference code CNM2/ARD/FEB2021 in all correspondence.

 

Closing Date:- Sunday 14th March 2021                                                                                       


Ref Code:- CNM2/ARD/FEB2021

 

 

Cheshire Ireland is an equal opportunity employer

All successful candidates will be subject to vetting by the Garda National Vetting Bureau

 

 

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Clinical Nurse Manager 2 - Part-Time - Co. Wicklow

Cheshire Ireland

Shillelagh
Today
Shillelagh
Today

EXCITING CAREER OPPORTUNITY

Clinical Nurse Manager (CNM) 2


35 hours p/w, permanent contract

Ardeen Cheshire Home, Shillelagh, Co. Wicklow.

 

Cheshire Ireland provides quality services to adults with physical,sensory and neurological disabilities at a medium and high level of need. We provide individualised supports to promote wellbeing, independence and quality of life for all people who use our services. We currently provide services to over 200 people in their own homes, in residential centres, in supported accommodation and in respite facilities. Established in Shillelagh, Co.Wicklow in 1963, Cheshire Ireland are a Section 39 organisation funded by the HSE. We employ over 800 staff and operate in Dublin, Cork, Galway, Wicklow, Limerick, Donegal, Kerry, Carlow, Waterford, Sligo and Mayo.

What we do

Cheshire Ireland provides a range of support services to people with both physical and neurological conditions in their homes, in residential centres, in supported accommodation and in standalone respite facilities. Cheshire Ireland provides services throughout the 26 counties. Our aim is to provide quality, person-centred services, which facilitate people with disabilities to live a life of their own choosing.

Ardeen Cheshire Home provides a friendly, cooperative and positive working environment within a large and busy residential and respite service. The right candidate will find this role both challenging and rewarding.


THE ROLE

 

What you will do

Operating out of a social model of disability you will have responsibility for the assessment, planning , delivery and evaluation of the care required to meet the physical, psychological and social needs of individuals with physical and neurorological disabilities. Duties include but are not linimted to;

·        Provide clinical and professional supervision and support to the nursing and frontline care support teams

·        Through strong leadership encourage excellence and promote evidence based practice

·        Have oversight of all clinical records and documentation, including care plans and the management of clinical risk.

·        Engage with external and internal stakeholders such as medical and allied healthcare professionals and Cheshire Ireland clinical team.

·        Actively contribute to ongoing improvements in the quality of care in line with organisational policy, best practice and regulatory standards

·        As a member of the Senior Management Team support continuous improvement across all areas of the service and act as designate for the Service Manager as required.

·        Designated Safeguarding Officer and responsible for HIQA notifications as required.

·        Deliver training as relevant to your role and participate in the development and implementation of policies

·        Commitment to your own personal and proffesional development

·        Develops open, honest and respectful relationships with others and fosters good working relationships within the team

·        At all times handles information confidentially and in line with data protection requirements.

·        A committment to the provision of quality services and to the concept of working in partnership with service users to promote their indpendence.

SKILLS and  EXPERIENCE


What we are looking for

Our ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate;

·        In possession of a nursing qualification and registered with An Bord Altranais

·        A minimum of 3 years post qualification experience and currently operating at CNM1 or Senior Staff Nurse Level

·        Have line management or significant supervisory experience within the disabiltiy or broad social services field

·        Knowledge of and experience in working within HIQA regulatory framework

·        Evidence based decision making skills and experience in the management and effective delivery of change

·        Have experience in the development and delivery of training to staff

·        Have experience in the review and development of policies

·        Evidence of personal and professional development

·        Excellent computer skills especially in Microsoft Excel and Outlook, and the ability to adapt to changing technology

·        Strong interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written

·        In possession of the necessary documentation to work and live in the Republic of Ireland

·        Ability to speak and write English fluently


This role provides care and support to individuals living in a residential service and you will be required to establish and maintain relationships with individuals with disabilities that are based on respect and equality and that promote their independence. 

It is critical that when undertaking your work that you do so in a manner that is consistent with Cheshire Ireland’s values, operating ethos and standards.


WHY WORK WITH US? 

·        Positive working environment

·        Degree of flexibility in working hours

·        HSE Consolidated payscales

·        Induction and on going training and support

·        On site parking

·        Career opportunities

·        Pension Scheme (after probation)

·        Sick pay benefit (after probation)

·        Employee assistance program

·        Maternity benefit


APPLY NOW


To apply for this post please forward a detailed CV and cover letter outlining your suitability for the position to Sarah Anderson, Operations Coordinator, via email to: sarah.anderson@cheshire.ie Please cite reference code CNM2/ARD/FEB2021 in all correspondence.

 

Closing Date:- Sunday 14th March 2021                                                                                       


Ref Code:- CNM2/ARD/FEB2021

 

 

Cheshire Ireland is an equal opportunity employer

All successful candidates will be subject to vetting by the Garda National Vetting Bureau

 

 

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Director of Nursing job - Cork

Search Talent

Cork, Cork
Today
Cork, Cork
€70k - €70k Per Year
Today
€70k - €70k Per Year

Director of Nursing Job - Nursing Home - Cork
Seeking a Director of Nursing for a Home on County Cork.
This is a newly advertised role and may suit an Assistant Director looking for their next career progression. The home is small and provides respite, long stay and dementia care.
The Company are responsive to applications and the process for applying is not complicated.
Minimum Requirements
  • Registered Nurse with at least 3 years experience in the last 6 years in care of the older person
  • Post registration management qualification in health or a related field
  • Minimum of 3 years' experience in a management capacity
  • Proven track record in healthcare clinical management
  • Excellent Leadership, Organisational and Communication skills
  • Sound decision making ability and results driven
  • Good appreciation of finance issues
  • Ability to lead a team and motivate at Staff and Macro Levels
  • Being Flexible and having a willingness to help the Company and others

For more information on this and many unadvertised roles, please feel free to contact me at any time.
Mark Flattery
Landline 01 963 9311
Mobile 086 819 6425
#dons#adon#AssistantDirectorOfNursing#DirectorOfNursing#nhs#hsejobs#irishjobs#nursingjobs#nhi#nursinghomes#nursinghomesireland
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Nurse Manager Day care PART TIME Co. Wicklow

FRS Recruitment

Wicklow, Wicklow
1 day ago
Wicklow, Wicklow
€40k - €45k Per Year
1 day ago
€40k - €45k Per Year

Job title: Nurse Manager
Location: Co. Wicklow
Type of role: permanent, part time position
Working hours: 16-24h/week, DAYS only, No nights, no long shifts, no weekends.
Reporting to: General Manager
Salary: €40-45k (full time equivalent) + benefits
Your profile should match these essential requirement
- Third level Nursing qualifications, ideally Mental Health Nursing or Intellectual Disability Nursing qualifications, however General Nursing might be considered
- Current registration with the NMBI
- Min 5 years nursing experience working with people with Dementia / Alzheimers
- Staff management (HCAs) experience essential
- Full driving licence and own car required
- Excellent communication skills
Your position:
As a Nurse Manager you will be responsible for providing best practice dementia specific care to users of Day care centre & Day Care at Home service. You will provide and promote a model of care which is person centred, community focused and has an appreciation of the needs of the carer. You will be responsible for managing and guiding all of the staff required to run the service (HCAs and admin). You will be responsible for health and safety and administration of the service.
Your team: Nurse Manager + Administrator + HCAs;
Due to current Covid restrictions the client's Day care center is closed and all work is in the community / home assessments. Approx 12 users on the books for this Day care centre Once Day care centres are reopened it will be a day centre only.
If interested, please apply through this website now to receive a phone call with further information and full job spec.

Salary

€50k - €55k Per Year

Job Type

Full Time

Posted

1 day ago

Description


Job title: Assistant Director of Nursing / ADON / APIC

Location: Co. Tipperary (South) / commutable from Co. Waterford
Type of jobs: full time, permanent
Reporting to: Proprietor

Working hours: mix of 8h shifts and 12h shifts, flexibility required. 40h/week

Accommodation: for anyone considering weekly commuting from further afield, there is an option to rent a room in shared accommodation for very reasonable price.

Job Summary:

Are you looking to join a well performing medium size nursing home, with good HIQA reports, well trained staff and work with a DON who is equally passionate about elderly care?

You are in luck! I have a job just like that. A nursing home in South Tipperary opened a brand new vacancy for an ADON to support their DON. You will be rewarded for your hard work.

Jobs Requirements:
  • Third level Nursing qualification and current registration with NMBI.
  • Ideallly Third level Management qualifications, not essential
  • Minimum 5 years experience in elderly care, excellent clinical skills as well as knowledge of HIQA standards and regulations.
  • 2+ years experience as a CNM or ADON within elderly care
  • You will be of good character, enjoy a challenge and take pride in achieved results
  • Excellent computer skills and record keeping

Responsibilities:
  • Assisting the DON in daily management of the home.
  • You will work closely with the DON on systems, policies, standards and ethos of the company have been applied.
  • You will provide clinical leadership and direction for clinical staff, HCA and ancillary staff, which results in the delivery of effective, efficient and quality services to residents.
  • Manage standards using evidence based care planning approach.
  • Develop a shared sense of commitment and participation among employees in the development of service and in responding to the changing needs of residents.
  • Other responsibilities as required

To apply for this job, please submit your CV (in Word) through this website in the strictest of confidence. Or contact me, Renata Ryan on 0860239020 to discuss this or other Director jobs. #jobs