Project WorkerProject Worker – Dublin Simon Community

The Role
We have an exciting opportunity for a Project Worker whose role is to work with the clients of Dublin Simon Community to implement and carry out effective care and case management, with the objective of progression to and sustainment of long term accommodation.
This role is rewarding and varied allowing the individual to use their skills and knowledge to ensure effective outcomes for our clients.

Working in a professional role and environment, core responsibilities include:

Managing a case load to achieve service targets, working as part of a multi disciplinary team.
Implement and work within care and case management systems and protocols.
Working in cooperation and partnership with other agencies, both voluntary and statutory, ensure good communication and cross-agency flexible working practices so as to minimise obstacles to a person getting access to supports, services and/or accommodation.
Engaging with and building a professional trusting relationship with people, treating them with dignity and respect in order to work within the values of Dublin Simon Community.
We are looking for an individual with a degree in a relevant discipline and a minimum of 3 years experience working in a social care setting, who is client centred and committed to providing the highest levels of quality service.

The Organisation
Dublin Simon Community works to prevent and address homelessness and provides services at all stages of homelessness to enable people to move to a place they can call home. Dublin Simon Community has been awarded the Excellence Through People accreditation for the past 3 years. This standard is achieved by organisations that have best practice Human Resource Systems in place, particularly in the area of staff training and development, communication, and staff involvement in the decision making processes in the organisation.

What We Promise Excellence Through People Logo
Competitive Salary & Benefits
Dynamic & Varied Role
Diverse Work Environment

If you are interested in applying please e-mail the attached application form to

Application form is attached below

Normal recruitment process will apply.
A Full Job Description is available on request.

The closing date for applications is Monday the 2nd of January 2017

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