Project Worker - Tenancy and Sustainment

  • Job type

  • Location

  • Working Pattern

  • Specialism

    Care Worker
  • Industry

    Healthcare & Medical
  • Pay


Project Worker - Tenancy and Sustainment - North Tipperary

Your new company
A non-profit organisation that provides services for people who are homeless and people at risk of homelessness in are seeking a Project Worker to join their growing team on a permanent basis in North Tipperary. You will be offered a competitive salary along with a healthy work life balance. This is a very exciting time to join a constantly growing non-profit organisation and to develop your career and skills further.

Your new role
You will be reporting to the team leader. You will be responsible for a range of duties including but not limited to building professional relationships and work effectively with a wide range of agencies and professionals in the community and all sectors . You will work as a part of a multi-disciplinary / multi-agency service, ensuring statutory and support services are co-ordinated to meet the needs of the household. Adopt a strong and efficient case management team approach and work with an agreed number of households (20) to provide agreed appropriate programmes of support, according to the customer’s needs. As a project worker you will also conduct assessments as well as develop, monitor and update care plans in consultation with customers. To contribute to the formulation of a customer’s needs assessment and support plan utilizing the Focus Ireland policies and procedures, PASS system and keep up to date case work records. You Will be vigilant to any Health, Safety and Welfare risks in the workplace and bring any concerns to the attention of your Line Manager and/or Health & Safety Representative

What you'll need to succeed
To succeed you will need relevant third level qualification at degree level in the area of social care i.e, youth work, social studies, addiction, psychology. You will also need a full driver’s licence and use of a car, 2 years direct experience in the social care field, A working knowledge and understanding of Therapeutic Crisis Intervention model, Experience of working with customers who have co-existing conditions, excellent report writing and strong IT skills, ability to work well in a team environment, social care based or clinical disciplines and experience of working and liaising with other organisations.

What you'll get in return
In return You will receive a competitive salary, a healthy work life balance and t a non-profit organisation along with the opportunity to work and liaise with other organisations offering the opportunity to develop your skills and career. This is a very exciting time to join this organisation.

What you need to do now
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