Residential Project Worker

Excel Recruitment is currently recruiting for a Residential Project Worker on a permanent full-time basis, based in the Belfast area.

Due to the residential aspect of the job, the Residential Project Worker must be able to work a variety of shifts that will include evenings, weekends and unsocial hours (that will include sleepovers) on a rota basis

Delivering a therapeutic approach, our client has been at the forefront of supporting people with mental health illnesses for over 30 years.

A fantastic and rewarding opportunity, the Floating Support Project Worker will service the Greater Belfast area, adopting a therapeutic approach, and supporting clients in their tenancy.

Responsibilities:

With a full copy of the Job Duties and Person Spec available on request you will:

  • Participate in a programme of care in line with our client’s overall objectives; to empower and enable your clients
  • Take part in supervision sessions and help with the selection of volunteers
  • Be responsible for administration duties
  • Actively participate in training and staff support meetings

Requirements:

  • Psychology, Nursing or AHP qualification along with relevant membership of BPS, NMC, HCPC or QCF Level 3 Health & Social Care
  • Minimum of 6 months of experience supporting people with severe and long-term mental illness or learning disability
  • Commitment to attaining QCF Level 3 Health & Social Care if you don’t already hold this
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Able to commit to working a variety of shifts that will include evenings, weekends and unsocial hours (including sleepovers) on a rota basis

Benefits:

  • £20,043 per year with annual increments
  • Additional payments for sleepovers
  • 37 days holiday (inclusive of bank holidays)
  • Life Assurance cover
  • QCF Level 3 Health & Social cover (cost covered by client)
  • Clear and defined progression routes and development

For more information on this excellent opportunity please submit your CV to Wes via the link below or contact Wes on 02891 422 190.

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Floating Support Project Worker

Excel Recruitment is currently recruiting for a Floating Support Project Worker on a permanent full-time basis, servicing the Greater Belfast area.

Due to the floating nature of the job, the Floating Support Project Worker will need to hold a valid driving licence and access to a car.

Delivering a therapeutic approach, our client has been at the forefront of supporting people with mental health illnesses for over 30 years.

A fantastic and rewarding opportunity, the Floating Support Project Worker will service the Greater Belfast area, adopting a therapeutic approach, and supporting clients in their tenancy.

Responsibilities:

  • With a full copy of the Job Duties and Person Spec available on request you will:
  • Participate in a programme of care in line with our client’s overall objectives; to empower and enable your clients
  • Take part in supervision sessions and help with the selection of volunteers
  • Be responsible for administration duties
  • Actively participate in training and staff support meetings

Requirements:

  • Psychology, Nursing or AHP qualification along with relevant membership of BPS, NMC, HCPC or QCF Level 3 Health & Social Care
  • Minimum of 6 months of experience supporting people with severe and long-term mental illness or learning disability
  • Commitment to attaining QCF Level 3 Health & Social Care if you don’t already hold this
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Access to a car and valid driving licence

Benefits:

  • £20,043 per year with annual increments
  • 37 days holiday (inclusive of bank holidays)
  • Life Assurance cover
  • QCF Level 3 Health & Social cover (cost covered by client)
  • Clear and defined progression routes and development

For more information on this excellent opportunity please submit your CV to Wes via the link below or contact Wes on 02891 422 190.

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Support Worker

Excel Recruitment is currently recruiting for a Residential Project Worker on a permanent full-time basis, based in the Co. Down area.

My client has a global reach, where you get to work in a truly breath-taking, scenic environment, supporting people with a wide range of learning disabilities and challenging behaviours.

You’ll get continued development, annual pay increments and excellent career progression opportunities

Also, you’ll grow your skills in ways you didn’t think possible in a social care setting

Responsibilities:

  • With a full copy of the Job Duties and Person Spec available on request you will:
  • Support the many needs of each resident that has physical disabilities, learning disabilities and challenging behaviours.
  • Provide an element of personal care
  • Be comfortable with physical interventions
  • Work as part of a team to deliver the overall ethos of our client, delivering a person-centred and high standard of care and support

Requirements:

  • QCF Level 2 Health and Social care along with 6 months of experience in a care setting
  • 1 year of experience in a care setting without a QCF Level 2 Health and Social Care
  • Ability to deliver personal care
  • A natural caring nature
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and a team player
  • Able to commit to working a variety of shifts that will include evenings, weekends, and unsocial hours (waking nights also) on a rota basis

Benefits:

  • £20,076 per year with annual increments
  • 15% weekend/waking nights enhancement
  • 32 days holiday (inclusive of bank holidays)
  • Organisation Pension and Occupational Sick Pay Scheme
  • Death in Service Insurance Benefit 2x Salary
  • Optional enrolment for private health cover
  • Career development and progression opportunities
  • Recognition and Reward incentives

For more information on this excellent opportunity please submit your CV to Wes via the link below or contact Wes on 02891 422 190.

Floating Support Project Worker

Excel Recruitment is currently recruiting for a Floating Support Project Worker on a permanent full-time basis, servicing the Greater Belfast area.

Due to the floating nature of the job, the Floating Support Project Worker will need to hold a valid driving licence and access to a car.

Delivering a therapeutic approach, our client has been at the forefront of supporting people with mental health illnesses for over 30 years.

A fantastic and rewarding opportunity, the Floating Support Project Worker will service the Greater Belfast area, adopting a therapeutic approach, and supporting clients in their tenancy.

Responsibilities:

With a full copy of the Job Duties and Person Spec available on request you will:

  • Participate in a programme of care in line with our client’s overall objectives; to empower and enable your clients
  • Take part in supervision sessions and help with the selection of volunteers
  • Be responsible for administration duties
  • Actively participate in training and staff support meetings

Requirements:

  • Psychology, Nursing or AHP qualification along with relevant membership of BPS, NMC, HCPC or QCF Level 3 Health & Social Care
  • Minimum of 6 months of experience supporting people with severe and long-term mental illness or learning disability
  • Commitment to attaining QCF Level 3 Health & Social Care if you don’t already hold this
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Access to a car and valid driving licence

Benefits:

  • £20,043 per year with annual increments
  • 37 days holiday (inclusive of bank holidays)
  • Life Assurance cover
  • QCF Level 3 Health & Social cover (cost covered by client)
  • Clear, defined progression routes and development

For more information on this excellent opportunity please submit your CV to Wes via the link below or contact Wes on 02891 422 190.

#INDBELF

Residential Project Worker

Excel Recruitment is currently recruiting for a Residential Project Worker on a permanent full-time basis, based in the Belfast area.

Due to the residential aspect of the job, the Residential Project Worker must be able to work a variety of shifts that will include evenings, weekends and unsocial hours (that will include sleepovers) on a rota basis

Delivering a therapeutic approach, our client has been at the forefront of supporting people with mental health illnesses for over 30 years.

A fantastic and rewarding opportunity, the Floating Support Project Worker will service the Greater Belfast area, adopting a therapeutic approach, and supporting clients in their tenancy.

Responsibilities:

With a full copy of the Job Duties and Person Spec available on request you will:

  • Participate in a programme of care in line with our client’s overall objectives; to empower and enable your clients
  • Take part in supervision sessions and help with the selection of volunteers
  • Be responsible for administration duties
  • Actively participate in training and staff support meetings

Requirements:

  • Psychology, Nursing or AHP qualification along with relevant membership of BPS, NMC, HCPC or QCF Level 3 Health & Social Care
  • Minimum of 6 months of experience supporting people with severe and long-term mental illness or learning disability
  • Commitment to attaining QCF Level 3 Health & Social Care if you don’t already hold this
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Able to commit to working a variety of shifts that will include evenings, weekends and unsocial hours (including sleepovers) on a rota basis

Benefits:

  • £20,043 per year with annual increments
  • Additional payments for sleepovers
  • 37 days holiday (inclusive of bank holidays)
  • Life Assurance cover
  • QCF Level 3 Health & Social cover (cost covered by client)
  • Clear and defined progression routes and development

For more information on this excellent opportunity please submit your CV to Wes via the link below or contact Wes on 02891 422 190.

Support Worker

Excel Healthcare now has some excellent opportunities available for experienced & talented Support Workers in Kildare. You will support individuals in a residential setting with all activities of daily living & enable them to live independent lives in line with HIQA national standards.

Responsibilities as a Support Worker:

  • Empower Service Users to live independent lives within their residential homes & community.
  • To ensure personal & intimate care is provided & ensure privacy & dignity are respected at all times.
  • Provide the necessary physical assistance with Patient Manual & Handling training.
  • Administer medication in line with the medication process.
  • Transport service users to facilitate access to all daily living activities.
  • Participate in household duties & support the development & delivery of individual support files.
  • Responsible to record & reporting on daily documentation.
  • Designated Health and Safety Officer.
  • Immediately report all safeguarding allegations or concerns in line with policy & legislation.
  • As per policy record & report all incidents.
  • Maintain professional communication & relationships with the team, service user’s family & customers.
  • To be aware of safe working conditions & implement safe work practices & immediately report potential hazards, incidents & concerns.
  • Follow tasks assigned on the daily planner.
  • Positively & actively engage in team meetings, supervisions, training & team events.
  • Responsible for safekeeping & recording of service user & house monies & spending.
  • Assigned as Key Worker to take the lead as Service User advocate, arrange appointments, liaise with family & develop & implement goals & complete & maintain documentation in individual support file.

Requirements as a Support Worker:

  • QQI relevant qualification
  • Overage 18
  • Full clean driving licence
  • Excellent command of spoken & written English
  • Knowledge of HIQA standards
  • Work or student experience in social care or relevant sector

Benefits as a Support Worker:

  • Discounted Health Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Paid Training Days
  • Invaluable experience in their field
  • Opportunity for additional training
  • Competitive pay rates that are regularly reviewed
  • Holiday pay and higher rates for weekends and bank holidays

If you feel this job may suit you or someone you know, apply now or call Kate on 087 702 0581 for a confidential chat.

Support Worker

Excel Healthcare now has some excellent opportunities available for experienced & talented Support Workers in Co Kerry. You will support individuals in a residential setting with all activities of daily living & enable them to live independent lives in line with HIQA national standards.

Responsibilities as a Support Worker:

  • Empower Service Users to live independent lives within their residential homes & community.
  • To ensure personal & intimate care is provided & ensure privacy & dignity are respected at all times.
  • Provide the necessary physical assistance with Patient Manual & Handling training.
  • Administer medication in line with the medication process.
  • Transport service users to facilitate access to all daily living activities.
  • Participate in household duties & support the development & delivery of individual support files.
  • Responsible to record & reporting on daily documentation.
  • Designated Health and Safety Officer.
  • Immediately report all safeguarding allegations or concerns in line with policy & legislation.
  • As per policy record & report all incidents.
  • Maintain professional communication & relationships with the team, service user’s family & customers.
  • To be aware of safe working conditions & implement safe work practices & immediately report potential hazards, incidents & concerns.
  • Follow tasks assigned on the daily planner.
  • Positively & actively engage in team meetings, supervisions, training & team events.
  • Responsible for safekeeping & recording of service user & house monies & spending.
  • Assigned as Key Worker to take the lead as Service User advocate, arrange appointments, liaise with family & develop & implement goals & complete & maintain documentation in individual support file.

Requirements as a Support Worker:

  • QQI relevant qualification
  • Overage 18
  • Full clean driving licence
  • Excellent command of spoken & written English
  • Knowledge of HIQA standards
  • Work or student experience in social care or relevant sector

Benefits as a Support Worker:

  • Discounted Health Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Paid Training Days
  • Invaluable experience in their field
  • Opportunity for additional training
  • Competitive pay rates that are regularly reviewed
  • Holiday pay and higher rates for weekends and bank holidays

If you feel this job may suit you or someone you know, apply now or call Kate on 087 702 0581 for a confidential chat.

Support Worker

Excel Healthcare now has some excellent opportunities available for experienced & talented Support Workers in north Co Cork. You will support individuals in a residential setting with all activities of daily living & enable them to live independent lives in line with HIQA national standards.

Responsibilities as a Support Worker:

  • Empower Service Users to live independent lives within their residential homes & community.
  • To ensure personal & intimate care is provided & ensure privacy & dignity are respected at all times.
  • Provide the necessary physical assistance with Patient Manual & Handling training.
  • Administer medication in line with the medication process.
  • Transport service users to facilitate access to all daily living activities.
  • Participate in household duties & support the development & delivery of individual support files.
  • Responsible to record & reporting on daily documentation.
  • Designated Health and Safety Officer.
  • Immediately report all safeguarding allegations or concerns in line with policy & legislation.
  • As per policy record & report all incidents.
  • Maintain professional communication & relationships with the team, service user’s family & customers.
  • To be aware of safe working conditions & implement safe work practices & immediately report potential hazards, incidents & concerns.
  • Follow tasks assigned on the daily planner.
  • Positively & actively engage in team meetings, supervisions, training & team events.
  • Responsible for safekeeping & recording of service user & house monies & spending.
  • Assigned as Key Worker to take the lead as Service User advocate, arrange appointments, liaise with family & develop & implement goals & complete & maintain documentation in individual support file.

Requirements as a Support Worker:

  • QQI relevant qualification
  • Overage 18
  • Full clean driving licence
  • Excellent command of spoken & written English
  • Knowledge of HIQA standards
  • Work or student experience in social care or relevant sector

Benefits as a Support Worker:

  • Discounted Health Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Paid Training Days
  • Invaluable experience in their field
  • Opportunity for additional training
  • Competitive pay rates that are regularly reviewed
  • Holiday pay and higher rates for weekends and bank holidays

If you feel this job may suit you or someone you know, apply now or call Kate on 087 702 0581 for a confidential chat.

Support Worker

Excel Healthcare now has some excellent opportunities available for experienced & talented Support Workers in Galway. You will support individuals in a residential setting with all activities of daily living & enable them to live independent lives in line with HIQA national standards.

Responsibilities as a Support Worker:

  • Empower Service Users to live independent lives within their residential homes & community.
  • To ensure personal & intimate care is provided & ensure privacy & dignity are respected at all times.
  • Provide the necessary physical assistance with Patient Manual & Handling training.
  • Administer medication in line with the medication process.
  • Transport service users to facilitate access to all daily living activities.
  • Participate in household duties & support the development & delivery of individual support files.
  • Responsible to record & reporting on daily documentation.
  • Designated Health and Safety Officer.
  • Immediately report all safeguarding allegations or concerns in line with policy & legislation.
  • As per policy record & report all incidents.
  • Maintain professional communication & relationships with the team, service user’s family & customers.
  • To be aware of safe working conditions & implement safe work practices & immediately report potential hazards, incidents & concerns.
  • Follow tasks assigned on the daily planner.
  • Positively & actively engage in team meetings, supervisions, training & team events.
  • Responsible for safekeeping & recording of service user & house monies & spending.
  • Assigned as Key Worker to take the lead as Service User advocate, arrange appointments, liaise with family & develop & implement goals & complete & maintain documentation in individual support file.

Requirements as a Support Worker:

  • QQI relevant qualification
  • Overage 18
  • Full clean driving licence
  • Excellent command of spoken & written English
  • Knowledge of HIQA standards
  • Work or student experience in social care or relevant sector

Benefits as a Support Worker:

  • Discounted Health Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Paid Training Days
  • Invaluable experience in their field
  • Opportunity for additional training
  • Competitive pay rates that are regularly reviewed
  • Holiday pay and higher rates for weekends and bank holidays

If you feel this job may suit you or someone you know, apply now or call Kate on 087 702 0581 for a confidential chat.