Health Care Assistants and Multi Task Assistants

Araglen House Nursing Home is looking to recruit Full and Part Time Health Care Assistants and Multi Task Assistants to join their team.

 The successful candidates will have

A relevant QQI Fetac Level 5 Health Care Support qualification desirable but not essential

Caring and empathetic nature

Excellent communication skills

We offer

Flexible working hours

Ongoing training opportunities

Discounted uniforms with a repayment plan

Bike to Work Scheme

Free car parking

Subsidized meals


For further information please call the Nursing Home on 029 76771  email your cv to

Forward CV to Chris
029 76771

Restaurant Supervisor for Duhallow Community Food Services

Full Time

Applicants should:
• Be able to motivate staff
• Provide excellent customer service
• Have management skills
• Have experience in both front and back of house
• Have a high standard of food knowledge
To apply send CV and Cover Letter to

Forward CV to Linda
(029) 76375

Admin Assistant

Full Time

Busy local shop is seeking to hire an Admin assistant.

Duties include:

  • General administration including answering phones
  • Filing setting up for inspections

This is a full time position but flexibility is optional for the right candidate.

For further information, contact Stephanie on 02960633

Forward CV to Stephanie

Yard Assistant for Gerry's Car Wash Valet Centre and Fuel Depot

Part Time

Gerry’s Car Wash Valet Centre and Fuel Depot ( Percival Street Kanturk) is looking to hire a Yard Assistant for initially three days a week.

Duties include delivering fuel and helping  around the yard

Clean driver’s license required

For further information contact Gerard on 087-2307382 or email application to

Forward CV to Gerard

Freight Traffic Planner

Full Time



Freight Traffic Planner



K&L Deliveries supports the transportation of goods for over 1000 customers across Ireland and offers deliveries to the UK and Europe. As a Traffic Planner working in K&L you will be working as part of an integrated transport team in our Millstreet depot. You will be responsible for ensuring drivers receive support while delivering goods and assigning collections to drivers throughout the day.



  • You will ensure your team of drivers provide quality customer service
  • You will become part of an integrated transport team
  • You will be willing to learn and take and new responsibilities as the technology and requirements of our business evolve


The Person

You will have a combination of the following skills:

  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Be personable and have the ability to work with a team
  • A problem solving approach to problems
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Geographical knowledge of the Irish road network
  • Familiar and Comfortable working with computers
  • Skill to drive a Forklift.
  • A full driver license (Category B)



TEL: 029 – 70163



Forward CV to Gordon O' Keeffe  
029 – 70163 

Rural Community Health Worker

Full Time

  • To enhance existing services and support the development and delivery of a Community Health Programme locally which is modelled on a Community Health worker role and that of a Social Prescribing Service;
  • Under the guidance of the Steering Group (which will comprise of local representation/stakeholders with reps from CKHC HSE) ensure that project specific outputs, outcomes and the agreed budget are adhered to in line with the contractual agreement;
  • To focus on improving the health and lifestyle of a community through a series of health focused initiatives that build on existing services and facilities;
  • To support areas of suicide prevention, intervention and postvention in the rural community;
  • To explore ways of mitigating the risk of suicide in the community i.e. by empowering people to be aware of and encouraged to engage in activities that contribute to their overall mental, physical health and wellbeing;
  • To seek to inform members of the community with up to date and relevant information in how to access support services for themselves or others who are emotionally vulnerable and maybe having thoughts of suicide;
  • To infom the community of the range of mental health/wellbeing/suicide prevention training modules that are available both face to face and online;
  • To offer people who are bereaved or affected by suicide information on supports available i.e. via the Suicide Bereavement Liason Service, Samaritans etc.
  • To identify and then address gaps in service provision locally in a collaborative manner;
  • To develop and deliver Community Health Initiatives specific to the needs of the local population and area.
  • To use the approach of a referral based service mainly through the local GP practices, primary care network staff and the community and voluntary services linking individuals to specific local activities to suit their needs;
  • To wok from a hybrid model of general community health and that of the more targeted role of social prescription which will encompass a level of referral and non-clinical one to one support to individuals of a non-medical and more holistic nature;
  • To link persons into local activities within their communities to improve their health and well being;
  • To undertake holistic needs assessments and work in partnership with the individuals and groups in the community to increase overall health and
  • To develop of a series of health focused initiatives in partnership with local community, organisations, steering group etc as per the needs of the local  community and population groups
  • To liaise with other Community Health Workers and projects in terms of shared learning and  development of best practice models
  • To establish and maintain effective liaison with stakeholders including health services (e.g Health & Social care professionals, GPs , PHN, Community Mental  Health Teams etc ), voluntary, social and education resources, attending  relevant meetings as necessary and engaging with Community Health Network  Structures as appropriate.
  • To asset map the resources and activities available, and to identify gaps through working in partnership with all voluntary and community organisations to build  a comprehensive database of local resources to support the service delivery.
  • To ensure information on sources of voluntary and community support is up to date at all times to enable effective and accurate signposting and linking of  individuals with services.
  • To work with local services/stakeholders to bring awareness of the service and its focus on promotion of health and wellbeing in the local area.
  • To Work closely with the service steering group which will include representation from all stakeholder groups to support the on-going development, monitoring  and evaluation of the programme.
  • To provide bi-monthly comprehensive outcome focused reports detailing the progress of the service;
  • To keep records of work and adhere to confidentiality, information sharing protocols and provide monitoring information as required.
  • To work flexibly as required by the service and to take part in relevant meetings and events to promote, support and celebrate the work of the service.
  • To provide a personalised, responsive and flexible service to all persons accessing the service.
  • To disseminate a range of information on local support services and and pathways to care
  • To introduce and work with local key community partners on the establishment of the postvention network – being guided and informed by the following HSE   supported resources – Suicide Prevention in the Community: ‘A Practical Guide to community based organisations’ – You are not alone ‘Support for people  who have been bereaved by suicide’ – Lighting the Way Cork North ‘An  information resource to support people who are bereaved through suicide’
  • Carry out risk assessments and manage risks – in conjunction with Team Leader – as required;
  • Review with Team Leader progress against outcomes against performance targets and reflect on practice;
  • Undertake staff development activities that shall enhance individual and organisational performance;
  • Maintain and develop relevant skills and work to the highest professional standards;
  • Any other reasonable duties as assigned by the organisation;

Professional Qualifications, Experience

  • A relevant qualification in Community Work / Community Development / Community Education / Community Mental Health e.g. a  certificate, diploma or degree in Youth and Community Work /  Community Education.


  • At least two years’ experience relevant to the post.

Essential requirements

  • One to one support skills
  • Facilitation skills
  • Group work skills
  • Report writing skills
  • Good Research skills
  • Good IT skills
  • Excellent Communication skills
  • Strengths and Needs Assessment tools/methods
  • Planning & Evaluation
  • Team work and working on own initiative

Access to own transport and full clean drivers licence (employer indemnity will be required)


To apply, please send your CV and Cover letter to be sent to by close of Business 5.30pm on Friday October 22nd 2021
Applications must be received by 22/10/21

Social Enterprise Development Officer

Full Time

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Job title: Social Enterprise Development Officer

Location: 1 Social Enterprise Engagement Officer based in IRD Duhallow

Responsible for:

The Social Enterprise Development Officer will coordinate the delivery of the JUMP START Social and Sustainable Social Enterprise Training programme and animating project applications to support the Social Enterprise Regeneration Programme.

General Key Responsibilities:

  • Delivering Jumpstart Sustainable Social Enterprise Training Programme within agreed budget;
  • Ensure relevant policies and procedures are adhered to
  • Support Social Enterprises to develop good governance and management practices.
  • Support Enterprises in business planning, marketing and promotion including Social Media.
  • Develop the IRD Duhallow Mentor Panel to further support Enterprises and Social Enterprises
  • Coordinate blended learning onsite, webinars, virtual and in-person networking events
  • Review projects, do presentations, progress reports to management, working groups and Board
  • Work in collaboration with our Development Officer teams to maximise opportunities and support across all programmes and initiatives

Person Specification:

  • Knowledge and Experience of the Rural, Community and Social Enterprise Sector;
  • Excellent organisation and communication skills.
  • Excellent IT skills, including a proficiency in Microsoft office and online communication platforms.
  • Excellent reporting and writing skills

Essential Requirements:

  • A relevant 3rd Level qualification, at Level 8 e.g. Social Enterprise, Community Development, Business, Economics and or Project Management;
  • A minimum of 2 years’ experience working in Rural, Community or Enterprise Development
  • Full Drivers License and own car.

A panel may be established from which future vacancies may be filled,

Forward CV to Maura Walsh
029 60633, IRD Duhallow, James O Keeffe Institute, Newmarket, Co Cork.

Applications must be received by 17th September 2021

Home Support Workers

St. Joseph’s Foundation, Charleville.

Children’s Services requires Home Support Workers for the Kanturk, Mallow, Mitchelstown, Fermoy and Charleville areas.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Experience of working with children with Intellectual Disability and/or ASD.
  • The ability to work on one’s own initiative in a family home
  • Flexibility to work evenings and Saturday hours.

Forward CV to Emma Foley, Home Support Coordinator Children’s Services
086 0831836


Part Time

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Caregiver opportunities with Home Instead Senior Care


Forward CV to Catherine O'Herlihy, Recruitment Co Ordinator
021) 430 7907 Home Instead Senior Care, Kiemar House, Shanakiel Road, Sunday’s Well, Cork T23 TDK7

Would you or someone you know be interested in joining IRD Duhallow’s RSS Scheme?

Part Time

For RSS, a person needs to be;

On Farm Assist OR In receipt of a means tested social welfare payment and be actively farming or have access to an active herd number (Partner/Spouse, father/mother, brother/sister, provided this number is not being used by another RSS participant).
A Class A stamp will be paid for the RSS Participant.
If you or someone you know is interested in joining this scheme, please ring Nuala or Marie on 029-60633.

Forward CV to Nuala or Marie
029 60633

Would you or someone you know be interested in joining IRD Duhallow’s Tús Scheme?

Part Time

The Tús Community work placement Initiative is a community work placement programme providing short-term working opportunities for unemployed people. Tús aims to break the cycle of unemployment and to prepare each person for a return to the labour market.

The self-referral eligibility criteria for Tús:

A person needs to be on Jobseekers Allowance payment for at least 12 months, You are now considered eligible if
you had a break of up to but not exceeding 30 days in the Jobseekers Allowance record in the last 12 months.
If you or someone you know is interested in joining this scheme, please ring Nuala or Marie on 029-60633.

Forward CV to Nuala or Marie
029 60633

Deli Assistant inTwohig's Super Valu in Kanturk

Full Time

A wonderful opportunity to join the Deli team in Twohig’s Super Valu Kanturk.

Do you have a passion for freshly prepared food and exceptional customer service skills then don’t delay and get in touch today.

Full training will be provided.

Forward CV to Stephanie Moynihan

Bakery Assistant in Twohig's Super Valu in Kanturk

Full Time

Join the Bakery team in  Twohig’s Super Valu Kanturk.

Main purpose of the role:
Ensure the Bakery Department operates efficiently and effectively at all times and provides our customers with excellent quality products and services.

The ideal candidate will have/be:

  • HACCP training is desirable but not necessary
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Previous customer service experience is an advantage
  • The ability to work as part of a team in a fast paced environment, ability to multi task under pressure
  • A passion for food and the ability to inspire shoppers

Main duties:

  • Actively live SuperValu brand-values i.e. Genuine, Passion for Food, Vibrant, Committed, Innovative and Imaginative
  • Prepare customers bakery orders
  • Bake, prepare and display the Bakery Products sold throughout the day
  • Ensure that the counter displays across all fresh food departments are to the highest standards at all times throughout the day
  • Demonstrate your passion for quality food by sharing knowledge, recipes and personal recommendations with customers
  • Deal with all customer queries efficiently, professionally and in line with store policy


Forward CV to Stephanie

Check out operator for Twohig's Super Valu in Kanturk

Full Time

An amazing opportunity that is not to be missed!


Here at Twohig’s Super Valu Kanturk  we pride ourselves on delivering a high level of customer service to each of our customers. We are seeking experienced Check Out Operators. The ideal candidate must be fully flexible.

Main purpose of the role:

Ensure the Checkout Department operates efficiently and effectively at all times and provide our customers with excellent our customers with excellent customer service.

Main Duties:

  • Actively live SuperValu brand-values i.e. Genuine, Passion for Food, Vibrant, Committed, Innovative and Imaginative.
  • Use a computerised till system that has a barcode scanner
  • Weigh and price products such as fruit and vegetables
  • Check customers’ ages for restrictions on items such as alcohol
  • Pack customer’s purchases
  • Process store loyalty cards, coupons and vouchers
  • Take payments and make sure the till balances at the end of the day
  • Spend time away from the till, stocking shelves and checking stock
  • Merchandise and present the department to the highest standard at all times
  • Attend and engage in team meetings and implement any learnings

Required Education, Skills and Qualifications

The ideal candidate will have/be:

  • Experience in a retail role is desirable
  • Ability to balance tills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to engage with and prioritise customer needs
  • Strong attention to detail, organised and flexible
  • Ability to use own initiative and work as part of a team in a fast-paced environment

Forward CV to Stephanie Moynihan