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Assessing Social Worker
Due to continued growth FFI wish to recruit self-employed, sessional fostering assessors on an ‘as and when required’ basis in the Dublin, Meath, Wexford, Limerick and surrounding areas.
Fostering First Ireland (FFI) is a dynamic non-statutory foster care agency working in partnership with Tusla providing high quality and innovative family placements for children in care.
FFI are seeking to recruit to assessors on a self-employed contractual basis. Experience in fostering and writing fostering assessment reports would be beneficial.
You must be accredited as a social worker by CORU having obtained the NQSW or an equivalent qualification to work in the Republic of Ireland.
FFI offer a competitive fee per assessment, and a mileage allowance. FFI also offer practical assistance and supervision during the assessment process.
Please forward your CV and cover letter outlining your suitability for the role to email@example.com
For an informal discussion please contact Fiona Power, Assessment Co-Ordinator on 0861805783
Sessional Support Workers
We work in partnership with Tusla to provide children and young people with a positive foster care experience.
FFI regularly recruit suitably experienced and qualified Social Care Workers to work with us on an ongoing basis in the South and the Midlands including the counties of Cork; Tipperary; Kilkenny; Kildare; Carlow; Laois; Wicklow; and Westmeath.
Sessional Support Workers undertake direct work with the children and young people placed with our foster carers. The work is varied and includes providing transport, planning and supporting activities, supervising family access and carrying out individual and group work.
We offer competitive hourly rates, mileage allowance and comprehensive support.
Applicants will need to have:
Please Note – these positions are on a sessional contractual basis with irregular frequency.
If you meet the criteria outlined above and are interested in applying please forward your CV, along with a cover letter outlining your suitability for the post to Aideen O’Brien, Children’s Officer – firstname.lastname@example.org. Please outline your availability to carry out sessional work in your cover letter.
If you have any queries about the role please contact Aideen as detailed above.