Residential Support Worker – The Anne Sullivan Centre for Deafblind

The Anne Sullivan Centre for Deafblind is committed to facilitating Deafblind people to pursue meaningful, active and fruitful lives. We are the bridge between the community and people who are Deafblind. We do this by providing care and development services to Deafblind people in partnership with families and others who fund and support us.

“The guiding belief of the Anne Sullivan Centre is that every Deafblind person is a human being with potential to live a full life and the entitlement to do so”

We are currently seeking to recruit for the following vacancy:

Residential Support Worker (Relief) – Waking Night shift
Please see the attached job description for further details.

Hours of Availability
As a Night Relief Residential Support Worker hours worked will depend on the requirement on the roster and your availability to work a 12 hour waking night from 8pm – 8am.

Company pension with company contribution
Sunday/bank holidays paid at double time
Staff meals provided
Interest free loans for further education
Job Diversity
Specialised training
Employee Living the Values Awards
Bike to Work Scheme
Flu vaccines

How to apply
Please submit your CV and cover letter via email to Gráinne Gibbons by 25th January 2017.

The Anne Sullivan Centre is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

Please see for more information.

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