This is where to find the latest jobs in social care 4 years ago

This is where to find the latest jobs in social care

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There are some excellent social care positions opening up.


Not only does working in social care open up a lot of opportunities, the work itself is of huge importance. Helping some of the most vulnerable people in Ireland, you'll be expected to be able to deal with the complex needs of every individual.

Seeing as we've already shown you the latest jobs in retail, childcare and customer service, take a look at some of the latest jobs in social care. There aren't many careers that offer as much satisfaction as helping those in need, so take a look at some of the latest opportunities.

Sandra Cooney Homecare

For well over a decade, Sandra Cooney Homecare has been delivering a high standard of care to the people of north Dublin. As a company, they are a firm believer in going the extra mile in terms of personal care, so to ensure their clients are as comfortable as possible.


There is currently an opportunity available for a Health Care Assistant, who will most likely be required to travel across Dublin. The successful candidate must be a caring, patient, and reliable person who has the ability to work within a team.

Nua Healthcare

One of Ireland's leading home care providers, Nua Healthcare provides services across the entire country. Currently, positions are available in Waterford, Dublin, Laois, Dublin, Kildare, Kilkenny, Cork and plenty more.

Nua Healthcare is currently seeking social care workers of all experience and qualification levels.


Stewarts Care

For nearly 150 years, Stewards Care Ltd has set the standard of Irish health care. In 1869, it became the first Irish company t0 provide provision of care for people with severe disabilities.

They are currently seeking a wide range of new employees in their HQ in Palmerstown, Dublin. The positions that are currently open range from Staff Nurse to Occupational Therapist and Personal Assistant.

Inspire Wellbeing


Since 1959, Inspire Wellbeing has been seeking to live up to its name. They offer an incredibly high standard of mental health, learning/intellectual disability, autism, and addiction services across the country.

At the moment, they are seeking new employees in County Kildare. The roles vary in terms of experience and knowledge from Team Leader to Deputy Manager and Day Service Coordinator.

So, for more of the latest jobs and opportunities, visit Regardless of your qualifications or experience levels, there is a job out there for you.

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