We're Hiring A Mental Health Resettlement & Tenancy Sustainment Worker

By hailadmin
Tuesday, 14th September 2021
Filed under: News

HAIL is currently seeking a Mental Health Resettlement & Tenancy Sustainment Worker to work as part of our Slán Abhaile team. The purpose of the role is to support individuals referred from Rehabilitation and Community Mental Health Teams in Dublin North City and County, in order to assess, source and help sustain tenancies.

Role Description

Working as an integral part of a professional team, your core responsibilities will include; engaging with and building therapeutic relationships with our client group to engage, motivate and build capacity to sustain stable and independent accommodation.  In conjunction with the HSE Community Mental Health Services you will assess clients’ needs and help establish effective and flexible support plans in order to facilitate independent living.  You will source housing and provide initial resettlement support as well as offering a medium term floating support model as appropriate. 

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To Apply:
Please send your C.V. and letter of application to hr@hail.ie by 5pm on Friday 17th September 2021.

Only those shortlisted for Interview will be responded to. HAIL may create a panel for future posts with your consent.

About HAIL

HAIL is an Approved Housing Body with a strong reputation in providing both quality housing and floating support services to people with mental health difficulties in their own homes across Dublin, Kildare, Portlaoise, Louth, Limerick and Sligo.

HAIL’s vision is to be the provider of choice for housing and support for people with mental health difficulties, enabling them to achieve and sustain independent living in the community by having secure, quality, affordable accommodation with appropriate support services tailored to their needs.

HAIL’s mission is to provide housing and individually tailored services to support people, primarily those with mental health difficulties, to integrate and live independent lives in the community.