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Job title: Training Co Ordinator

Our Client is one of the Midwest’s leading training companies delivering a wide range of Health and Safety courses.

Based in Limerick the organisation is SOLAS, LANTRA, PHECC, IPAF accredited, emphasising its commitment to a quality engagement with Learners.

We deliver a range of public and in-house programs to learners from a broad sector of organisation’s.

Role & Responsibilities : Training Co-Ordinator 

Responsible for the day-to-day course administration associated with  Training programs.

As part of the Course Management Team, work closely with customers & tutors to manage the administration of training programs from initial enquiry, through to training delivery and final learner certification.

Role Specifics

  • Manage enquiries from client companies and individual learners.
  • Acting as a primary point of contact for current and prospective learners.
  • Providing support to Tutors in all aspects of planning and program delivery.
  • Management of learner registrations with our CRM software system.
  • Coordination and approval of training venues in accordance with training specifications.
  • Management of training material requirements and logistics associated with same.
  • Maintenance of Internal reports and KPIs.

Candidate Requirements

  • Qualification in Business Studies, Commerce or related function desirable.
  • Minimum four years’ experience working within a busy office environment.
  • Experience in a learning/education organisation a distinct advantage.
  • Strong customer focus and excellent written and oral communications skills
  • Excellent attention to detail and well organized.
  • Good team player but capable of working on own initiative.

Technical Skills:

Excellent IT skills with the ability to work across multiple IT systems.

  • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel
  • , PowerPoint etc.).
  • Knowledge of working with CRM and QMS systems is a distinct advantage.

Skills:
Good communication skills team player strong PC skills

Job Title:  Social Care Worker – Children / teenager Respite

Job Location:  Charleville County Cork

Requirements :

  • – A Hetac accredited diploma / degree  in Applied social studies / social care or a qualification in Nursing ( RNID ) or social work. Qualifications must be        validated with the department of health and children, if studies were completed outside of Ireland.
  • Experience in managing behaviour with challenges
  • Minimum of 3 years experience working with children / teenagers
  • Ability to work on own initiative and supervise service users / staff in a residential setting
  • A full Irish license  and indemnification of the foundation on your car insurance policy  ( desirable )

Main Duties / Responsibilities

  • Care for the day to day needs of the residents in compliance with all relevant regulations, standards that apply to children in care eg.  Health care act 2007, Regulations 2013, Provision of the child care act 1991
  • To establish, maintain relationships with residents which are based on respect and equality, and promote their independence. Physical care – helping those that require assistance in such tasks as dressing, washing, etc
  • Teaching daily living and social skills to residents
  • Assist residents with budgeting, banking and management of their personal finances, ensuring individual’s monies are accounted for, and recorded as appropriate
  • Facilitating residents to use their leisure time tailored to their needs, with an emphasis on community integration
  • Housekeeping – cooking, shopping, cleaning, looking after each residents clothes and effects, and maintaining a high standard of cleanliness and tidiness within the residence. As far as possible, the residents will be encouraged to partake in these activities
  • To administer and record prescribed medication to residents
  • Foster integration and provide social opportunities for residents within the local community
  • Ensure that day / residence areas are kept safe and tidy
  • Under the direction of the person in charge, the social worker will be responsible for purchasing & budgeting household monies and making purchases locally where possible
  • to keep records and reports as deemed necessary
  • To foster a spirit of welcome to all who come to visit eg. parents, families, neighbours, guests
  • To be an active member of all the residential team and attend meetings / care conferences, etc as required

As the above is not an exhaustive  list of duties and responsibilities, this job description may be revised from time to time to take account of any change in requirements of this position or any other duties, as may be assigned by senior management

This role may involve relocation to other houses, and a potential opportunity to work with Adult services

  • Salary: N/A

Contact:  john@amberrecruitment.ie

Our client provides services to children and adults through day services, residential, respite care and home support in the  South west Limerick region.

JOB GOAL: 

To listen to, learn from, support and work to achieve the priorities of the service users and to monitor and meet their physical/mental/social/emotional and behavioural needs and in compliance with the Health Care Act 2007 (Care and support of residents in designated centres for persons (Children and Adults) with disabilities) regulations 2013 and the Provision of the Childcare Act 1991 and all relevant regulations and standards that apply to Children in care.

Main Duties

  • Responsible for the general well-being of service users in care
  • To provide care of a physical, psychological and social nature for service users
  • Recognize and report physical/social/emotional problems and assist in the implementation of programmes to counter act same.
  • To deliver care in a professional manner and in line with HIQA requirements if working a residential setting.
  • Setting care for the day to day needs of the residents in compliance with the Health Care Act 2007 (Care and support of residents in designated centres for persons (Children and Adults) with disabilities) regulations 2013 and the Provision of the Childcare Act 1991 and all relevant regulations and standards that apply to Children in care.
  • To foster parental/family involvement and to support and liaise with parents/guardians/family members as required. Ensure that parents, relatives and other visitors are welcomed to day / residential services and treated with courtesy.
  • To create and maintain a therapeutic environment within your area ensuring that Programme activities and environment relate to the strengths and needs of the individual and adhere to the principal of normalization.
  • To incorporate the expertise of any persons who may enhance the variety/quality of care for the service users.
  •  To design, implement and co-ordinate programmes in education, training, and work. To liaise with Line Manager/PIC with regards to providing work opportunities for service users where required
  • To foster integration and provide social/ leisure opportunities for service users within the local community in line with the Foundation’s philosophy
  • To maintain all records and reports as are required e.g.- Drug administration, Daily progress reports, Nursing notes and Psychiatry Review Reports etc.
  • To be familiar with the other nursing programmes within adult/children’s services and provide support/relief as requested by the PIC/Area Manager/Head of Client Services of day and residential services
  •  Responsible for purchasing and budgeting household monies and making purchases locally where possible
  • To establish and maintain relationships with the residents which are based on respect and equality and promote their independence.
  • Leadership

    • Manage, develop and support staff individually and as a team including induction, Supervisory support and training in line with Foundation’s practices and in compliance with the Health Care Act 2007 (Care and support of residents in designated centres for Persons (Children and Adults) with disabilities) regulations 2013.
    • Lead and develop team members in the support of Person Centred Plans, problem solve and seek solutions to outcomes and barriers raised in the delivery of PCP’s.
    • To carry out goal setting and development with support staff.
    • To liaise with members of the multi-disciplinary team and attend meetings, Case conferences, in-service training etc. as required.
    • In consultation with the Line Manager/PIC to convene and attend review meetings of Individual’s progress.
    • To contribute to the overall nursing input within the Foundation.
    • Ensure that staff are aware of and adhere to Foundations Policies and Procedures.
    • To develop and maintain effective communication systems both formal and informal with residents, colleagues, families and stakeholders.
    • Promote dignity at work and show respect to residents, colleagues, families and stakeholders in course of duty.
    • Hold supervision meetings with support staff as directed by the PIC.
    • To ensure that staff establish and maintain relationships with the residents which are based on respect and equality and promote their independence.

    General

    • To promote a positive and respectful awareness of learning disability in the community.
    • Be familiar with new developments in the field of Intellectual disabilities/HIQA standards and any other relevant guidelines/policies pertaining to the role.
    • To act as a Key Worker for service users as required.
    • You are required to drive Foundations Transport (mini-bus) and instruction for same will be provided and have a full clean driving licence and indemnify the Foundation on your motor insurance policy. Evidence of same will have to be produced to the HR Department on a yearly basis.
    • Flexibility with shifts – days, evenings, weekends – 12 hour shifts

    Confidentiality.

    In the course of your employment, you may have access to or hear information concerning the medical or personal affairs of clients or staff or other centres business. Such records and information are strictly confidential. In addition, records must never be left in such a manner that unauthorized persons can obtain access to them.

    Skills:
    Care and nursing Managing behaviour with challenges Manage, develop and support staff

For further information please contact John at john@amberrecruitment.ie or on 085 2861616