Deputy Person In Charge, Waterford

Ireland, County Waterford, Waterford
Last update 2024-07-18
Expires 2024-08-18
ID #2185719486
Deputy Person In Charge, Waterford
Ireland, County Waterford, Waterford,
Modified June 8, 2024


Job Summary Nua Healthcare Services (Nua) is one of Ireland’s leading Private Healthcare Providers, specialising in Residential and Supported Living Services, to both Children and Adults with a range of complex support needs.

We are seeking applications from energetic and enthusiastic individuals to join our team for the above positions.

The successful candidate will be afforded all necessary training and development in line with the role.

Candidates must be highly motivated and creative, with a passion for engaging with Service Users on a daily basis.

Candidates will contribute to enriching the lives of our Service Users.

Job Objectives We are seeking applications for the role of Deputy Person in Charge who will support the Centres Person in Charge.

The role will suit experienced candidates with strong organisation and management skills, who will support with the execution and delivery of duties within the centre daily in line with regulations.

This will include the following on a day-to-day basis: To ensure Personal Plans are up to date and that services are being always delivered to the highest possible quality and safety standards.

The Deputy Person in Charge is responsible for providing the highest quality of care and support to individuals.

The Deputy Person in Charge supports the Person in Charge, managing the team members to provide support to Individuals and coordinates the input required from other individuals such as members of the Clinical Team and other departmental supports, as required.

To provide mentorship and leadership to the team daily.

Formal supervisions, appraisals and monthly team meetings also take place under the control and supervision of the Person in Charge.

Overseeing the service across shifts to ensure effective and efficient services are delivered within the centre.

To be familiar with and to adhere to the local safety statement (risk assessments and standard operating procedures) always.

To be familiar with and to adhere to all company policies and procedures.

To maintain the highest level of infection control standards as directed by company policy and national best practice guidance in the utmost interests for the Safety, Health and welfare for yourself, your colleagues, our service users and residents and any other persons in so far as is reasonable and practicable.

Skills Requirement Qualificaiton Level 7/ 8 degree in Social Care/Healthcare or related discipline (or suitable equivalent qualification with a qualification in management qualification in Healthcare) Knowledge Knowledge of standards and legislation relevant to the area.

Experience Relevant life experience.

Full Driver’s Licence required or in the process of achieving a Full Driver’s Licence.

Skills Strong leadership skills.

Strong problem-solving skills and judgement making critical decisions and recommendations.

Capable of working within a fast-paced and flexible team.

Good listener and open to learning from others.

Excellent organisational skills / self-motivation / self-starter.

Excellent verbal and written communication and IT skills.

Dedicated, reliable and flexible approach to work.

Benefits Company Pension Continuous Professional Development Fantastic development & career opportunities Life Assurance/Death-in-Service Paid Maternity/Paternity Leave Education Assistance Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) Working hours over a 7-day roster involving shift work Bike to work Scheme.

Refer/Retain a friend bonus.

Discounts with Retailers - Nationwide

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Deputy person in charge

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