“Enabling people with an intellectual disability to have full and meaningful lives through quality person centred services in partnership with families”
We welcome applicants who share our goals, mission and vision of delivering excellence in Person Centred care. Cheeverstown advocates for a rights-based and responsive service, which empowers people with intellectual disabilities to live a full and meaningful life. If you have a ‘can-do’ approach; are an effective communicator, and have a caring attitude, please consider joining our dedicated team in providing support to individuals with intellectual disabilities so they can achieve their full potential and live independently. Cheeverstown is looking for staff with a “can-do” attitude, who are committed to supporting adults with intellectual disabilities to live independently, become active members of their local community and achieve their goals. Career Progression and significant Development & Learning opportunities are afforded, and we have a variety of benefits on offer; such as: Car Parking, Credit Union, Cycle to Work Scheme, Health Scheme, Long Service Awards, Pension Scheme, Sick Pay Scheme, Subsidised Restaurant. Cheeverstown is an Equal Opportunities Employer. If you have a query about Recruitment, please email Cheeverstown’s HR at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are inviting applicants for Staff Nurses & Support Workers.
With the changing model and rapid expansion of our services into community based Supported Living we are now building our team to include the above roles. The successful candidate must be professional, self-motivated, work well as a member of the team, shows initiative, flexible in working location/hours and adaptable to change. In line with the strategic priorities and values of Cheeverstown, the Service User is placed at the centre of our circle of supports.
New Directions (Day Supports)
A number of Permanent and Specified Purpose Contracts are available at full-time and part-time hours (39/19.5 hours per week)
Cheeverstown are inviting applicants who share in our mission and values to apply for the following posts:
Social Care Worker
Fulltime 39 hour, Permanent Contract
The role of the Community Inclusion Coach is:
• To work on a one-to-one and group basis in the community with people we support, providing supports in areas including employment, travel, education and training, health and wellbeing, social roles, recreational activities, volunteering and money management.
• To maximise opportunities for people to be included and active in their own communities
• To empower people to live full and meaningful lives