St. Michael’s House announces upcoming recruitment fair

by Gazette Reporter
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St. Michael’s House, one of Ireland’s largest providers of community-based services for children and adults with disabilities, will host a recruitment fair on the 16th November 2022. The event will take place from 2pm-7pm in the St Michael’s House headquarters on Ballymun Rd, Ballymun, Dublin 9. 

The organisation is actively recruiting for staff nurses, social care and direct support workers across its residential and day services, in a range of locations across Dublin. St Michael’s House provides a comprehensive range of services and supports to men, women, and children with disabilities and their families in 170 locations in the greater Dublin Area. It supports approximately 2,300 people and this has an impact on thousands of family members.

Our primary aim is to provide a high quality person centered service that creates, encourages, nurtures and maintains a work environment that values people, efficiency and excellent care underpinned by our core values: respect; kindness; honesty; excellence; and creativity.  We offer a wide range of benefits including employee engagement and wellbeing initiatives, Continuous education and career pathway development and worklife balance options. 

Debbie Byrne, Director of Human Resources at St Michael’s House said: “We are delighted to be opening our doors to meet with interested candidates face to face. People’s wellbeing is at the heart of our culture and we are committed to ensuring you have the best possible experience while working in St Michael’s House. It is a very exciting time for St Michael’s House and for potential new hires, as we embark on a new journey following the recent launch of our 2022-2026 Strategic Plan. This event will provide a great opportunity for professionals across a range of disciplines to meet with our team, find out more about the organisations and the opportunities available.”

Further details about the recruitment fair can be accessed here –

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