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Location Sligo
Job type Permanent
Salary €44822 - €45822 per annum
Published about 1 month ago
Contact email Timothy Munoriyarwa
Job ref SN - TSC22082023_1692716845

Job description


Starting at €44,822 per annum

Permanent roles



Our client is a new and innovative company, providing quality assured, safe and person-centred residential care and outreach support services, to children and adults with Intellectual disabilities, autism and associated mental health needs.

The accommodation and supports my client provides are bespoke to the needs of each individual we support. Each service is built around the person in accordance with our core values of dignity and respect. We employ a strengths based approach, focused on community involvement and integration. We strive to enable those in receipt of support and care to live an independent life; one that is enriched with new opportunities and new learning.

We work in partnership with the individual and their representatives; namely, family members, carers, health professionals and those innate to the person's circle of support. This is to ensure that each person receives the right support, at the right time, in order to live their best possible life.


The Staff Nurse will ensure the promotion and delivery of safe person centred care, ensuring regulatory and contract compliance, whilst at all times promoting the values and brand of the company.


The post holder must be: -

  • Registered with the An Bord Altranais ( The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland)
  • Minimum of 3 years' experience of working as a nurse.
  • Demonstrable aptitude for effective person and resource management
  • Knowledge of the legal frameworks in Ireland pertaining to residential care i.e. Health Act 2007, HIQA National Disability Standards etc
  • Knowledge of quality assurance practises and their application to day to day service provision
  • Experience of working with children and young people with an Intellectual Disability/ Autism/ Associated Mental Health needs
  • Knowledge of Person Centred Care Planning and risk assessment
  • Knowledge of inspections and audits, and experience of dealing with such; directly or indirectly


  • Further Education support
  • Competitive salaries and annual increments
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Access to Pension scheme
  • Additional Birthday leave day
  • Career progression Flexibility to support a better work/life balance
  • Recognition gestures of goodwill throughout the year for staff

Coming Soon:

  • Company pension with a company contribution and a Death in Service benefit


  • Will promote and practice nursing according to:
  1. The Professional Code of Conduct as laid down by the NMBI
  2. Professional Clinical Guidelines
  • Local policies, protocols and guidelines
  1. Current legislation as it applies to the role
  • Ensure that all work within the service, is user focused and upholds the principles of respect, privacy, dignity, fulfilment, independence and choice.
  • Promote and maintain nursing standards of person centred care, including the promotion of normalisation and quality of life issues.
  • Participate in the development of protocols and guidelines, and the setting of professional nursing standards.
  • Be competent in relation to all relevant clinical policies and procedures
  • To deal with issues of concern or complaints sensitively and appropriately.
  • Partnership with the relevant statutory agencies, families and others, in planning and developing person centred programmes of care and support.
  • To monitor and support service users towards independence and contribute to the review of each adult in partnership with the multi-disciplinary/agency teams.
  • Responsible for and the monitoring of the overall healthcare, prevention of illness, and promote healthy lifestyles with service users.
  • Assess, plan, implement and evaluate individualised service user person-centred care programmes within an agreed framework, in accordance with best practice and grounded in recent evidence based nursing research.
  • Develop and maintain close links with the services users, family / guardians ensuring a partnership approach.
  • Work closely with the multidisciplinary team to achieve optimal input for the service user.
  • Act as an advocate for service users and their families and provide information to empower them in decision making, goal setting and problem solving in order to optimise their contribution and facilitate their participation in community based activities.
  • To co-ordinate and contribute to the selection, recruitment and induction of new staff and to provide an effective leadership of all staff under and within the centre, through regular supervision, effective communication, management of workloads, assessment and verification of staff undergoing career development, qualifications and identification of development needs.
  • To personally contribute towards a positive, cohesive and therapeutic environment and to deal appropriately with matters relating to disciplinary, grievance, untoward incidents and complaints
  • To develop good working relationships and actively promote community presence within the local community through positive representation of the company's brand.
  • To ensure efficient and effective administration procedures are in place to comply with company's policy and Regulatory/Legislative requirements to include rota planning, the storage and dispensation of medication.
  • To complete H&S monthly monitoring reports and Work in partnership with contractors, health and safety experts to ensure that all activities are carried out in a manner which is safe to everyone within scheme and in accordance with Regulatory/Legislative requirements.


  • To work as part of a Multi-dsciplinary Team and provide clinical nursing support to the staff team.
  • Contribute to the identification of training needs pertinent to the clinical area, and health and social care area You will be required to participate in the company performance management process.
  • To adhere to and model the company values, behaviours and competencies at all times
  • To carry out all duties of the post in accordance with company's standards, regulations and policies To carry out additional duties of the role and all other required duties as and when necessary.


Communication & Interpersonal

  • To speak clearly, fluently and in a compelling manner with both individuals and groups.
  • Have the ability to adapt communication styles to suit audience.
  • Ability to write in a clear, factual and concise manner, using appropriate templates, styles and language for the reader.
  • Ability to establish, maintain and end therapeutic interpersonal relationships with users of the service and other stakeholders. To build rapport quickly with others.

Adaptability & Reliability

  • Able to react effectively at short notice to changing circumstances.
  • Willing to accept advice and suggestions from others and to learn from experience by changing personal behaviours.
  • Demonstrate a high level of using own initiative in all aspects of the job.

Problem solving and Initiative

  • To build a logical and sensitive approach to address problems or opportunities or manage the situation at hand, by drawing on professional knowledge and experiences, and calling on other resources as necessary.
  • An ability in taking appropriate action; the ability to think ahead of the current situation, particularly before problems or crisis occur; i.e. proactive based approaches to be prioritised

Quality and Person Centeredness

  • Demonstrates eagerness to understand service user needs.
  • Views the service user as central to the delivery of every day service provision, through consistent understanding, tolerance, care, support and empathy while promoting empowerment, independence and choice.
  • Determined to offer a quality service through the achievement of goals and quality standards.

Leadership and Accountability

  • Manages performance, to deliver team goals.
  • Creates a climate in which people want to do their best.
  • Promotes confidence and positive attitudes while influencing others to follow a common goal. Demonstrates accountability for leading, directing, monitoring and evaluating work that is provided by all employees.

Scope of Practice

  • Competent demeanour having the authority to perform the full range of roles, functions, responsibilities and activities, required of his/her profession in Ireland.
  • Accepts responsibility for ensuring that his/her professional practice and conduct meets the standards of the professional, ethical and relevant legislative and regulation requirements.
  • Demonstrates a commitment to maintaining, enhancing and extending their knowledge, expertise and competence throughout their professional career.


This Job Description will be subject to review in the light of changing circumstances and is not intended to be rigid and inflexible but should be regarded as providing guidelines within which the individual works.

To apply

Please forward your CV to Timothy Munoriyarwa at Staffline Recruitment by clicking on APPLY. You can also contact Timothy on 02890 242824 ext 306 / 078240878430 or via email

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