We are delighted to announce that Cope Foundation will be hosting a Recruitment Open Day in the Metropole Hotel on Wednesday, 6th April from 2pm to 8pm.
People are invited to meet with some of Cope Foundation’s team to discuss potential career opportunities within the organisation.
Cope Foundation employs staff in sectors such as nursing, multi-disciplinary services, care assistants, clerical and more.
Some of the benefits of working with Cope Foundation include:
- Membership of the Single Public Service Pension Scheme
- Paid maternity/paternity leave
- Sick leave paid in line with the public sector sick pay scheme
Sean Abbott, Chief Executive of Cope Foundation says: “This could be the start of a new and extremely rewarding career. We’re looking for open minded people who want to support people with an intellectual disability and/or autism achieve independence and to help them to live the lives of their choosing. We support people right across Cork city and county in our ever-growing network of more than 70 locations. If you’d like to find out more about the work we do in Cope Foundation, come and meet some of our team, we would love to talk to you about working with us.”
Kate Prendeville is a staff nurse and has worked in Cope Foundation for 12 years, she adds: “I first started as a Care Assistant in a day service and really saw the value and impact you can have on someone’s life. I went back to college as a mature student to get my nursing degree and qualified in 2019. No two days at Cope Foundation are ever the same and there are great opportunities for career progression. What I like most about working in Cope Foundation is the people we support, they 100% make the job worth it every day. You get that smile, a clap or a simple thank you and you know you have made a difference.”
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