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Care Assistant

Homecare Independent Living

Athlone
6 days ago
Athlone
6 days ago

Be part of one of the UK and Ireland's largest family run, award winning community based care companies. Roles available in Athlone, Mullingar, Moate and surrounding areas. 

Join a team that is passionate about its people and about making a difference.  Celebrating over 25 years of care in the community, HCIL is one of the leading providers of domiciliary care, support services and housing across the island of Ireland.

No Experience Required | Full Training | Uniform Provided | Progression Available

MAIN PURPOSE OF THE JOB

  • To deliver a high standard of care to every individual client, allowing them to maintain their independence whilst living in their own home.
  • To support each individual clients’ needs, to maximise their independence and to make them feel valued and respected.
  • To brighten our clients’ day, encouraging choice and participation, to make a positive difference to their lives.
  • To demonstrate professionalism and compassion at all times, adhering to our HCIL Values

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: (I just moved the policies and procedures bullet point to bottom and changed all mention of service user to client) -

  • Carry out all care duties as per the tasks laid out in the individual care plan
  • Assisting clients in carrying out self-care tasks including personal washing; showering; bathing and bed bathing; dressing and undressing; toileting; feeding; assistance with personal appearance such as hair brushing; continence management, catheter care; stoma care; and getting in and out of bed.
  • Assisting in practical support such as house cleaning; cooking; dish washing; laundry and other duties as instructed and written in the task schedule
  • Ensuring clients are provided with refreshments and light snacks as appropriate
  • Prompt clients to take medication
  • To help promote as much personal, physical independence and choice as possible whilst upholding client’s rights and preserving their dignity
  • To develop and maintain professional working relationships with clients and work colleagues from a wide variety of backgrounds.
  • To complete documentation, including Daily Report Sheets
  • To comply with all Health and Safety Policies and Procedures.
  • Attend annual mandatory training and other training courses and updates as deemed necessary, which includes team meetings and one to one supervision
  • Maintain professional knowledge and competence
  • To work at all time to the Policies and Procedures of Homecare Independent Living
  • Must hold a Full Drivers Licence and have access to a car

In return we can offer you:

  • Competitive Rates of pay
  • Two FREE tunics per year
  • Comprehensive training and ongoing support
  • Employee service recognition scheme
  • Affordable car rental scheme
  • Refer-a-friend scheme]
  • Career development and progression opportunities

Most importantly, continued support from our team – who really care. 

Join our dynamic, passionate team and start your career in care!

At HCIL, the health, safety and wellbeing of our team members has always been our absolute priority. As a result of COVID-19, we have reviewed and updated our robust policies and procedures in relation to safe working practices, infection control (including enhanced PPE where required) and social distancing guidelines.

From a recruitment perspective, all new candidate interviews are now conducted remotely via Zoom. This is a straightforward process that you will be guided through by a member of our recruitment team.

In line with Government guidelines, we have reviewed our in-house training programme and adapted as required. This will be explained to you in detail at interview, answering any questions you may have.

Homecare Independent Living are an equal opportunities employer

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Care Assistant

Homecare Independent Living

Longford
6 days ago
Longford
6 days ago

Be part of one of the UK and Ireland's largest family run, award winning community based care companies. Roles available in Longford & Surrounding areas.

Join a team that is passionate about its people and about making a difference.  Celebrating over 25 years of care in the community, HCIL is one of the leading providers of domiciliary care, support services and housing across the island of Ireland.

No Experience Required | Full Training | Uniform Provided | Progression Available

MAIN PURPOSE OF THE JOB

  • To deliver a high standard of care to every individual client, allowing them to maintain their independence whilst living in their own home.
  • To support each individual clients’ needs, to maximise their independence and to make them feel valued and respected.
  • To brighten our clients’ day, encouraging choice and participation, to make a positive difference to their lives.
  • To demonstrate professionalism and compassion at all times, adhering to our HCIL Values

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: (I just moved the policies and procedures bullet point to bottom and changed all mention of service user to client) -

  • Carry out all care duties as per the tasks laid out in the individual care plan
  • Assisting clients in carrying out self-care tasks including personal washing; showering; bathing and bed bathing; dressing and undressing; toileting; feeding; assistance with personal appearance such as hair brushing; continence management, catheter care; stoma care; and getting in and out of bed.
  • Assisting in practical support such as house cleaning; cooking; dish washing; laundry and other duties as instructed and written in the task schedule
  • Ensuring clients are provided with refreshments and light snacks as appropriate
  • Prompt clients to take medication
  • To help promote as much personal, physical independence and choice as possible whilst upholding client’s rights and preserving their dignity
  • To develop and maintain professional working relationships with clients and work colleagues from a wide variety of backgrounds.
  • To complete documentation, including Daily Report Sheets
  • To comply with all Health and Safety Policies and Procedures.
  • Attend annual mandatory training and other training courses and updates as deemed necessary, which includes team meetings and one to one supervision
  • Maintain professional knowledge and competence
  • To work at all time to the Policies and Procedures of Homecare Independent Living
  • Must hold a Full Drivers Licence and have access to a car

In return we can offer you:

  • Competitive Rates of pay
  • Two FREE tunics per year
  • Comprehensive training and ongoing support
  • Employee service recognition scheme
  • Affordable car rental scheme
  • Refer-a-friend scheme]
  • Career development and progression opportunities

Most importantly, continued support from our team – who really care. 

Join our dynamic, passionate team and start your career in care!

At HCIL, the health, safety and wellbeing of our team members has always been our absolute priority. As a result of COVID-19, we have reviewed and updated our robust policies and procedures in relation to safe working practices, infection control (including enhanced PPE where required) and social distancing guidelines.

From a recruitment perspective, all new candidate interviews are now conducted remotely via Zoom. This is a straightforward process that you will be guided through by a member of our recruitment team.

In line with Government guidelines, we have reviewed our in-house training programme and adapted as required. This will be explained to you in detail at interview, answering any questions you may have.

Homecare Independent Living are an equal opportunities employer

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COVID19 - Care Support Worker - South Dublin/ Wicklow

Cheshire Ireland

Blackrock, Greystones, Eaglewood and South Dublin
30+ days ago
Blackrock, Greystones, Eaglewood and South Dublin
30+ days ago

Covid-19 - 20 Care Support Worker Hours


(6 months contract, South Dublin & Wicklow)


Cheshire Ireland seek Care support staff in response to the Covid-19 crisis.


Would you like to work with an excellent team of friendly professionals?

Do you have qualification in Social care or experience in caring for adults with disability?

Are you able to work flexible hours?


If yes is the answer to the above questions, apply for the Care Support Worker role with Cheshire Ireland via Apply for position now button


What we do:

We provide 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.


How we work:

As a Cheshire Care Support Worker you will be committed to the provision of quality services and to the concept of working in partnership with clients who live in their own homes and in residential centres.

 

What you will do:

The successful candidates will have the ability to operate independently with good use of initiative, and also to work effectively in a team of staff. You and your team will provide personal care in line with client health needs, exercise programmes, and household management. You and your team will also support clients safety, security, emotional, and spiritual well-being. 

 

Why work with us:

        13.94-16.87 per hour (depending on exp)

        Employee assistance programme

        Full training provided

        Twilight/Night and Weekend Premiums




Cheshire Ireland is an equal opportunities employer

All successful candidates will be subject to vetting by the Garda Vetting Unit.












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COVID19 - Care Support Worker - South Dublin/ Wicklow

Cheshire Ireland

Blackrock, Greystones, Eaglewood and South Dublin
30+ days ago
Blackrock, Greystones, Eaglewood and South Dublin
30+ days ago

Covid-19 - 20 Care Support Worker Hours


(6 months contract, South Dublin & Wicklow)


Cheshire Ireland seek Care support staff in response to the Covid-19 crisis.


Would you like to work with an excellent team of friendly professionals?

Do you have qualification in Social care or experience in caring for adults with disability?

Are you able to work flexible hours?


If yes is the answer to the above questions, apply for the Care Support Worker role with Cheshire Ireland via ‘Apply for position now’ button


What we do:

We provide 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.


How we work:

As a Cheshire Care Support Worker you will be committed to the provision of quality services and to the concept of working in partnership with clients who live in their own homes and in residential centres.

 

What you will do:

The successful candidates will have the ability to operate independently with good use of initiative, and also to work effectively in a team of staff. You and your team will provide personal care in line with client health needs, exercise programmes, and household management. You and your team will also support clients’ safety, security, emotional, and spiritual well-being. 

 

Why work with us:

·        €13.94-€16.87 per hour (depending on exp)

·        Employee assistance programme

·        Full training provided

·        Twilight/Night and Weekend Premiums




Cheshire Ireland is an equal opportunities employer

All successful candidates will be subject to vetting by the Garda Vetting Unit.












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Care Support Worker/Activities Assistant - Part-Time - Shillelagh, Co Wicklow

Cheshire Ireland

Co Wicklow
27 days ago
Co Wicklow
27 days ago

EXCITING CAREER OPPORTUNITY

Care Support/Activities Assistant

30 hours p/w permanent

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 1961, 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.

Ardeen Cheshire Home provides a friendly, cooperative and positive working environment within a large and busy residential service.

THE ROLE


What we do


Ardeen Cheshire Home provides residential and respite accommodation to adults with physical sensory and neurological disabilities. We provide individualised supports for people to meet their physical, psychological and social care needs in an enviornment that encourages independence and promotes well being.

 

How we work

The residential service is based on clear priniciples of supporting people “one person at a time”. As a member of the team you will be committed to rights based, person centred service delivery, be willing to embrace change and help foster a culture of continuous improvement.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.

 

What you will do

You will support the Activities Coordinator to plan and lead in-house activities in the service and support residents in the community. Operating out of a social model of disability you will be involved in ensuring that residents have opportunities to participate in meaningful activities, appropriate to their wishes and preferences and that reflect their needs, interests and capacities. You will also support residents to develop and maintain personal relationships and links with the wider community and their families.

Administrative responsibilities include ongoing development and review of individual social plans, and maintaining documentation in relation to this.

 

This is a care support role and as a result you may be required to support residents in other aspects of their daily lives, as per their individual needs and in accordance with their evolving plans. Training will be provided as necessary but this could include support with meals, and personal care ensuring that the dignity of residents is maintained and in order for them to live a good life.


SKILLS and EXPERIENCE


What we are looking for


·        Hold a minimum FETAC Level Qualification in Health Care Support

·        A commitment to the social model of disability and demonstrated ability in supporting residents to achieve goals

·        A positive and empathetic nature, with a desire to seek out new and interesting opportunities for others

·        A team player but can use initiative and work independently

·        An ability to manage multiple tasks and meet deadlines, in a busy environment

·        Knowledge of or experience in a HIQA regulated environment

·        Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written.

·        Computer literate, and competence with devices and technologies

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

·        A clean driving license as you will be required to drive Cheshire vehicles.

·        Flexibility in working times to include evening and weekend work as required.

·        Ability to speak and write English fluently.

·        Personal Integrity and trustworthiness.

·        Embraces change and is committed to fostering a culture of continuous improvement and learning throughout the service.

·        Committed to the principles of rights-based, person-centred services and is keen to accept the challenges involved in the on-going delivery of such services


WHY WORK WITH US?

 

·  Flexibility in working hours

· €13.94-€16.87 per hour (depending on experience)   

·  Induction and on going training

· On site parking

· Career opportunities

· Sick pay benefit (after probation)

· Employee assistance program

· Maternity benefit


APPLY NOW


To apply for these positions please forward a detailed CV to Sarah Anderson, Operations Coordinator, via email to: sarah.anderson@cheshire.ie 

 

Closing Date:- 14th March 2021                                                                                       


Ref Code:- CSWACT/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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Care Support Worker/Activities Assistant - Part-Time - Shillelagh, Co Wicklow

Cheshire Ireland

Co Wicklow
27 days ago
Co Wicklow
27 days ago

EXCITING CAREER OPPORTUNITY

Care Support/Activities Assistant

30 hours p/w permanent

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 1961, 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.

Ardeen Cheshire Home provides a friendly, cooperative and positive working environment within a large and busy residential service.

THE ROLE


What we do


Ardeen Cheshire Home provides residential and respite accommodation to adults with physical sensory and neurological disabilities. We provide individualised supports for people to meet their physical, psychological and social care needs in an enviornment that encourages independence and promotes well being.

 

How we work

The residential service is based on clear priniciples of supporting people one person at a time. As a member of the team you will be committed to rights based, person centred service delivery, be willing to embrace change and help foster a culture of continuous improvement.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.

 

What you will do

You will support the Activities Coordinator to plan and lead in-house activities in the service and support residents in the community. Operating out of a social model of disability you will be involved in ensuring that residents have opportunities to participate in meaningful activities, appropriate to their wishes and preferences and that reflect their needs, interests and capacities. You will also support residents to develop and maintain personal relationships and links with the wider community and their families.

Administrative responsibilities include ongoing development and review of individual social plans, and maintaining documentation in relation to this.

 

This is a care support role and as a result you may be required to support residents in other aspects of their daily lives, as per their individual needs and in accordance with their evolving plans. Training will be provided as necessary but this could include support with meals, and personal care ensuring that the dignity of residents is maintained and in order for them to live a good life.


SKILLS and EXPERIENCE


What we are looking for


        Hold a minimum FETAC Level Qualification in Health Care Support

        A commitment to the social model of disability and demonstrated ability in supporting residents to achieve goals

        A positive and empathetic nature, with a desire to seek out new and interesting opportunities for others

        A team player but can use initiative and work independently

        An ability to manage multiple tasks and meet deadlines, in a busy environment

        Knowledge of or experience in a HIQA regulated environment

        Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written.

        Computer literate, and competence with devices and technologies

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

        A clean driving license as you will be required to drive Cheshire vehicles.

        Flexibility in working times to include evening and weekend work as required.

        Ability to speak and write English fluently.

        Personal Integrity and trustworthiness.

        Embraces change and is committed to fostering a culture of continuous improvement and learning throughout the service.

        Committed to the principles of rights-based, person-centred services and is keen to accept the challenges involved in the on-going delivery of such services


WHY WORK WITH US?

 

  Flexibility in working hours

 13.94-16.87 per hour (depending on experience)   

  Induction and on going training

 On site parking

 Career opportunities

 Sick pay benefit (after probation)

 Employee assistance program

 Maternity benefit


APPLY NOW


To apply for these positions please forward a detailed CV to Sarah Anderson, Operations Coordinator, via email to: sarah.anderson@cheshire.ie 

 

Closing Date:- 14th March 2021                                                                                       


Ref Code:- CSWACT/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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COVID19 - Care Support Worker - Co. Dublin

Cheshire Ireland

Phoenix Park, Co Dublin
30+ days ago
Phoenix Park, Co Dublin
30+ days ago

Covid-19 Care Support worker (6 months contract, Cara Cheshire Services Phoenix Park Co Dublin)

Cheshire Ireland seek Care support staff in response to the Covid-19 crisis.


Would you like to work with an excellent team of friendly professionals?

Do you have qualification in Social care or experience in caring for adults with disability?

Are you able to work flexible hours?


If yes is the answer to the above questions, apply for the Care Support Worker role with Cheshire Ireland via Apply for position now button


What we do:

We provide 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.


How we work:

As a Cheshire Care Support Worker you will be committed to the provision of quality services and to the concept of working in partnership with clients who live in their own homes and in residential centres.

 

What you will do:

The successful candidates will have the ability to operate independently with good use of initiative, and also to work effectively in a team of staff. You and your team will provide personal care in line with client health needs, exercise programmes, and household management. You and your team will also support clients safety, security, emotional, and spiritual well-being.  

 

Why work with us:

        13.94-16.87 per hour (depending on exp)

        Employee assistance programme

        Full training provided

        Twilight/Night and Weekend Premiums




Cheshire Ireland is an equal opportunities employer

All successful candidates will be subject to vetting by the Garda Vetting Unit.










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COVID19 - Care Support Worker - Co. Dublin

Cheshire Ireland

Phoenix Park, Co Dublin
30+ days ago
Phoenix Park, Co Dublin
30+ days ago

Covid-19 Care Support worker (6 months contract, Cara Cheshire Services Phoenix Park Co Dublin)

Cheshire Ireland seek Care support staff in response to the Covid-19 crisis.


Would you like to work with an excellent team of friendly professionals?

Do you have qualification in Social care or experience in caring for adults with disability?

Are you able to work flexible hours?


If yes is the answer to the above questions, apply for the Care Support Worker role with Cheshire Ireland via ‘Apply for position now’ button


What we do:

We provide 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.


How we work:

As a Cheshire Care Support Worker you will be committed to the provision of quality services and to the concept of working in partnership with clients who live in their own homes and in residential centres.

 

What you will do:

The successful candidates will have the ability to operate independently with good use of initiative, and also to work effectively in a team of staff. You and your team will provide personal care in line with client health needs, exercise programmes, and household management. You and your team will also support clients’ safety, security, emotional, and spiritual well-being.  

 

Why work with us:

·        €13.94-€16.87 per hour (depending on exp)

·        Employee assistance programme

·        Full training provided

·        Twilight/Night and Weekend Premiums




Cheshire Ireland is an equal opportunities employer

All successful candidates will be subject to vetting by the Garda Vetting Unit.










Posted

6 days ago

Description

Be part of one of the UK and Ireland's largest family run, award winning community based care companies. Roles available in Athlone, Mullingar, Moate and surrounding areas. 

Join a team that is passionate about its people and about making a difference.  Celebrating over 25 years of care in the community, HCIL is one of the leading providers of domiciliary care, support services and housing across the island of Ireland.

No Experience Required | Full Training | Uniform Provided | Progression Available

MAIN PURPOSE OF THE JOB

  • To deliver a high standard of care to every individual client, allowing them to maintain their independence whilst living in their own home.
  • To support each individual clients’ needs, to maximise their independence and to make them feel valued and respected.
  • To brighten our clients’ day, encouraging choice and participation, to make a positive difference to their lives.
  • To demonstrate professionalism and compassion at all times, adhering to our HCIL Values

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: (I just moved the policies and procedures bullet point to bottom and changed all mention of service user to client) -

  • Carry out all care duties as per the tasks laid out in the individual care plan
  • Assisting clients in carrying out self-care tasks including personal washing; showering; bathing and bed bathing; dressing and undressing; toileting; feeding; assistance with personal appearance such as hair brushing; continence management, catheter care; stoma care; and getting in and out of bed.
  • Assisting in practical support such as house cleaning; cooking; dish washing; laundry and other duties as instructed and written in the task schedule
  • Ensuring clients are provided with refreshments and light snacks as appropriate
  • Prompt clients to take medication
  • To help promote as much personal, physical independence and choice as possible whilst upholding client’s rights and preserving their dignity
  • To develop and maintain professional working relationships with clients and work colleagues from a wide variety of backgrounds.
  • To complete documentation, including Daily Report Sheets
  • To comply with all Health and Safety Policies and Procedures.
  • Attend annual mandatory training and other training courses and updates as deemed necessary, which includes team meetings and one to one supervision
  • Maintain professional knowledge and competence
  • To work at all time to the Policies and Procedures of Homecare Independent Living
  • Must hold a Full Drivers Licence and have access to a car

In return we can offer you:

  • Competitive Rates of pay
  • Two FREE tunics per year
  • Comprehensive training and ongoing support
  • Employee service recognition scheme
  • Affordable car rental scheme
  • Refer-a-friend scheme]
  • Career development and progression opportunities

Most importantly, continued support from our team – who really care. 

Join our dynamic, passionate team and start your career in care!

At HCIL, the health, safety and wellbeing of our team members has always been our absolute priority. As a result of COVID-19, we have reviewed and updated our robust policies and procedures in relation to safe working practices, infection control (including enhanced PPE where required) and social distancing guidelines.

From a recruitment perspective, all new candidate interviews are now conducted remotely via Zoom. This is a straightforward process that you will be guided through by a member of our recruitment team.

In line with Government guidelines, we have reviewed our in-house training programme and adapted as required. This will be explained to you in detail at interview, answering any questions you may have.

Homecare Independent Living are an equal opportunities employer

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Source: Homecare Independent Living