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  • Updated 17/01/2017
  • Armagh

Inspire Disability Services are now recruiting for Support Workers to join The Heathers, Armagh. This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of a growing and innovative organisation.

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  • £10000 - 15000
  • Updated 17/01/2017
  • Armagh

Excellent opportunity for a Outreach Support Worker Armagh Area

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  • £20000 - 25000
  • Updated 13/01/2017
  • Armagh

To deliver a confidential impartial welfare advice service to victims and survivors of the Northern Ireland Troubles/Conflic

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  • Updated 17/01/2017
  • Ulster

These posts are funded through the Big Lottery Fund The Cedar Foundation is seeking to recruit the following: Right 4 U Project Officer REF: 17/06/PO/WEB

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  • £10000 - 15000
  • Updated 17/01/2017
  • Ulster

Scheme Manager required for Sheltered Housing complex in Moira.

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We are seeking to add to our register of sessional trainers to deliver our Mood Matters mental health awareness programme at various locations across Northern Ireland.

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  • Updated 16/01/2017
  • Ulster

To develop and lead a team of managers within the North Region and sector. To maximize sales, productivity, revenue opportunities and customer satisfaction levels.

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Excellent opportunity for a Community Support Worker

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Qualified Social Worker, Armagh

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  • £20000 - 30000
  • Updated 11/01/2017
  • Ulster

This role is designed to ensure that our communities have the support and assistance needed to thrive and to maximise their potential for growth in a shared and inclusive way that suits their needs.

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  • Updated 11/01/2017
  • Ulster

The Cedar Foundation is seeking to recruit the following staff member: Job Title: Support Worker Ref: 17/09/SW/WEB

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  • Updated 11/01/2017
  • Ulster

The Cedar Foundation is seeking to recruit the following staff member: Job Title: Support Worker Ref: 17/10/SW/WEB

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By being the individual you are, you will inspire others to become monthly donors for our charity partners, whilst working in a fun, friendly team atmosphere in a variety of venues.

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This role is at the very heart of Barnardo's new 10-year Corporate Strategy, focused on our influencing/operational priorities which are as follows: Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Children In and Leaving Care Emotional Health and Wellbeing

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Strategically lead the formulation, development and implementation of a Core Priority Programme to achieve transformational change and maximum impact for children.

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To provide advice, support and services to children, young people and their families in accordance with the aims and objectives of the service.

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To provide advice, support and services to children, young people and their families in accordance with the aims and objectives of the service.

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To provide advice, support and services to children, young people and their families in accordance with the aims and objectives of the service. (Specifics of Service attached as applicable).

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To assist in the preparation and implementation of crèches and other sessions for children aged 0 – 4 years

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Working as part of a support team, to provide good quality play and child care services to: •Young children and their families accessing the service.

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Are you a qualified social worker from Band 5 upwards with a passion to work with people in an Mental Health & Learning Disabilities setting?

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  • Not disclosed
  • Updated 25/12/2016
  • Ulster

To work in partnership with the Northern Ireland Housing Executive in providing housing related support to enable Service Users to live independently in the Community.

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To assist in the provision of care to our Clients and work as part of a team to achieve required standards.

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