Person in Charge - Dublin
Social Care Manager/Person in Charge – Dublin – Day Hours
Person in Charge (PIC) job available with our client in Dublin City. This role is available with a nationwide provider of residential services to children with physical/learning disabilities. The ideal candidate for this role will have previous experience as a Person in Charge in a disability service. The working hours of the position are day hours, Monday to Friday.
The PIC carries the responsibility for the day to day running of the centre, and the care delivered to the people and staff residing there.
They are responsible for ensuring that the care given meets company policy and procedures, national standards and HIQA regulations.
Responsible for ensuring the house is warm, welcoming, clean and suitable for purpose at all times.
The PIC will contribute to the development of strategies, policies, systems and their implementation
Support Clients who use the service.
Promote & nurture person centered planning using key worker systems and shared goal setting, maintaining confidentiality at all times.
Identify supports and work in partnership with the individual, their family and other supports as outlined within individual plans.
Support and promote maximum opportunities for community involvement for clients who use the service
Ensure all clients are needs are prioritised, clients are safe and that their needs are met in a professional manner in order to facilitate maximum potential.
To ensure that all staff are treated with respect, and that their health, safety, well-being is safeguarded during their time at work,
To ensure that staff receive regular supervision.
Support, supervise, and guide all Key-workers and SCW’s in their delivery of service and completion of written reports.
To fully participate in the on call service, so that staff have at all times access to direct support and guidance.
Develop and maintain positive relationships with outside professionals.
Provide written and verbal reports to the appropriate social workers, inspectors.
Ensure all statutory and standard reports are forwarded to the appropriate parties in a timely manner.
Organising necessary meetings and arranging cover for same.
A relevant qualification in Social Care or equivalent – Minimum of Degree Level 7
Experience of designing and delivering personal support plans
Ability to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
Full Clean Driver’s licence
Prior experience in the role of Person in Chare
Prior experience in the Disability sector
For an immediate interview please forward your CV using the link provided
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- Full time
- Job Level
- Qualified (non-manager)
Posted 14 Jun 2017
Closes 11 Dec 2017
This job was posted to: Learning disabilities