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New role, CNM1, Homeless Services - Dublin

Considering a career change? Want to make a lasting impact in your new role?
Clarity Recruitment are proud to be hiring for an amazing organisation based in Dublin. The company is a charity dedicated to supporting marginalised individuals and families experiencing homelessness. By joining them, you become part of a mission to end homelessness and transform lives. They are committed to living their values, which include celebrating potential, turning words into action, playing a wider role in civil society, and upholding rights and responsibilities.

If you're passionate about making a difference and want to join a dynamic team dedicated to creating positive change, we encourage you to apply and become part of the family. Together, we can build a brighter future for those in need.

The company believes that everyone deserves a place to call home and a sense of belonging within their community. Their mission is to serve those who are socially excluded and marginalised by providing quality services that empower individuals to make choices about their lives. We work in collaboration with central and local government, housing associations, and other non-governmental organisations to achieve our goals.

As an inclusive employer with a diverse workforce, they offer a supportive environment with a standard 35-hour work week, generous leave entitlements, and a comprehensive pension scheme. We are committed to the professional development of our staff, providing regular supervision and access to a wide range of learning opportunities.

This position presents an exciting opportunity to contribute to our organisation's central services in Dublin. The company is a values-led organisation with operations throughout Dublin. Reporting to the Clinical Nurse Manager 2, the role involves implementing and overseeing Health Initiative Projects within the company.

Key Responsibilities:

Provide support in the governance, operational management, and administration of nursing and healthcare services, emphasising clinical leadership and resource optimization.
Deliver nursing interventions and support for GP clinics in various services.
Conduct induction, supervision, and performance management of healthcare staff, facilitating relevant training as needed.
Manage and supervise hospital discharge procedures within
the services.
Collaborate with CNMII to conduct auditing and reporting in
compliance with legislation and quality standards.

Engage with stakeholders to maintain hygiene standards for patients,
staff, and visitors.
Contribute to the development and maintenance of nursing standards,
protocols, and guidelines.
Collaborate with multidisciplinary teams and partners to develop and implement care plans.
Maintain accurate and up-to-date records for service users.
Facilitate and deliver appropriate training sessions.
Implement clinical policies and procedures as required.


Registration in the General Nurse Division of the Register of Nurses held by An Bord Altranais (essential).
Specialist training in community health, addiction, housing, counselling, or related fields.
Management course (desirable).


Three years of postgraduate experience (essential).
Experience working with groups with complex health needs (essential).
Experience working with marginalised groups (desirable).
Experience in managing individuals and teams (desirable).

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Posted on 22 February 2024 by Laura Mulchrone
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