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There are three forms for completion needed to apply for any vacancy with Cope Foundation. You can download each form as a PDF.

Click here for Application Form – please specify which position you are applying for on this form.
Click here for Vetting Form
Click here for Safeguard for Employment

All three forms should be returned, before the closing date for applications, to:
H.R. Division, Cope Foundation, Bonnington, Montenotte, Cork

Or you can ask for a form by sending an e-mail to:
recruit@cope-foundation.ie
or by telephoning
00353 21 4507131.

                

 

Care Assistants

 

Applications are invited from individuals interested in supporting people with intellectual disabilities and/or autism.  A high degree of flexibility and motivation is required in order to meet and be responsive to the complex and changing needs of the people Cope Foundation supports.

 

Applicants should possess the following:

·        A relevant QQI Major award level 5 qualification or equivalent

·        Experience working with people with intellectual disabilities and/or autism

·        Initiative, flexibility, and enthusiasm

·        Experience of supporting people with personal care

·        Very good communication, interpersonal & team working skills

 

A full clean driving licence is desirable.

 

Application forms may be obtained from the HR Division by emailing recruit@cope-foundation.ieCompleted application forms must be returned by Friday 28th September 2018.  Applicants may be short listed on the basis of their application.  The Department of Health & Children Consolidated Scales apply

 

Visit our website at www.cope-foundation.ie

 

MANAGER

Training Centres in Cork City

 

Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced persons for the above position on a full-time basis.

 

The successful candidate will have responsibility for leading the teams in Cope Foundation’s Training Centres. Responsibilities will include the implementation and delivery of training programmes to nationally recognised standards.

 

Essential Requirements:

·        A relevant third level qualification at degree level

·        Knowledge and experience of QQI, Quality Assurance and Rehabilitative Training is essential

·        Have a proven record of developing and managing a team

·        Ability to work with multi-disciplinary staff

·        Ability and expertise in the delivery of person centred services to persons with an intellectual disability and/or Autism, especially young people.

·        Have excellent interpersonal skills and be adaptable and flexible in their approach to the working environment

·        Have a record of delivering services in an innovative and creative way

·        Possess good organisational and time management skills

·        Have a commitment to personally pursue Continuing Professional Development

·        A full, clean driving licence

·        Applicants should be computer literate

 

Informal enquiries can be made to Ms Derval McDonagh, Head of Learning & Living Division on 086-3345518. 

 

Application forms may be obtained by emailing recruit@cope-foundation.ieCompleted application forms must be returned by Tuesday 18th September 2018.  Applicants may be short listed on the basis of their application.  The Department of Health & Children Consolidated Scales apply.


 

 

Clinical Nurse Manager 2 (CNM2)

Nasc & An Turas (Supporting people with high support needs)

 

The successful applicant will be required to work in a progressive and dynamic environment supporting people with an intellectual disability.  He/She will be required to work as a Person in Charge and will have responsibility for leading teams within a day service setting. 

 

Requirements for the position are:

·       Not less than five years post registration experience to include a minimum of three years’ experience in a management or supervisory role in the area of health or social care

·       Be on the live register of the NMBI.

·       Be computer literate

·       A comprehensive knowledge of HIQA standards and regulations

·       Strong interpersonal and organisational skills, including team leadership and team working, time management, budget management, negotiation and conflict resolution skills.

·       An ability to organise, manage and motivate people and to liaise with Parents/Families and Stakeholders

·       Computer literate

·       Be adaptable and flexible in their approach to the working environment

·       Be person centred and have high expectations for people with complex needs in living ordinary lives

 

Informal enquiries may be made to Derval McDonagh, Head of Learning & Living Division on 086-3345518.

 

Application forms may be obtained by emailing recruit@cope-foundation.ieCompleted application forms must be returned by Tuesday 18th September 2018.   Applicants may be short listed on the basis of their application.  The Department of Health & Children Consolidated Scales apply.