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Job Title: Property & Facilities Manager

Location: Based at Deaf Village Ireland but with responsibilities for all CIDP locations

Salary: Based on experience

Contract duration: Full time – permanent

Summary:
CIDP has recently gone through a significant period of building development with the delivery of Deaf Village Ireland (DVI). In addition, CIDP is responsible for a number of properties on the Campus at Cabra as well as at Marian on the Ratoath Road, Rosary on the Navan Road and lands and premises at Brewery Road, Stillorgan.

The purpose of this role is to provide a coordinated and professional approach to the day-to-day management and maintenance of CIDP’s assets. The Property and Facilities Manager will be involved in the strategic planning and day-to-day operations in relation to the buildings and general facilities.
Duties and Responsibilities:

Below are the key areas of responsibility;

• Project & Change management for property and facilities
• Coaching mentoring and supervising staff within the facilities function across all areas of CIDP
• Develop an asset register of all properties and maintain leases, contracts and other relevant documents
ensuring that CIDP’s assets are protected at all times. This will include carrying out rent and lease
reviews in a timely manner
• Creating a standard set of policies and procedures around maintenance, facilities, fire, health and
safety
• Manage an agreed annual budget and input into the setting of same annually with a focus on cost
• Working with the CEO and Finance function to agree a standard protocol for sourcing suppliers/
contractors and obtaining competitive quotes
• Ensure that any works done for tenants or other parts of DVI are appropriately invoiced and charged
• Implement an annual maintenance programme and associated budgets that ensures CIDP’s assets are
protected and maintained to an appropriate standard
• Ensure necessary maintenance of fire and smoke alarms and appropriate tests and drills are carried
out
• Engage with relevant insurance parties and obtain appropriate levels of insurance cover for CIDP whilst
always seeking best value
• Work with other organisations such as DVI to ensure effective security of premises and protection of
CIDP’s assets
• Utilities Management – Bi-annually review utilities for all CIDP areas of operation and ensure pricing is
competitive
• Developing and implementing appropriate training across areas such as Health & Safety; Fire training
and manual handling ensuring appropriate staff are fully trained and also that where appropriate others
are trained in delivering the courses

Key Requirements:
• Significant experience of services and activities of a multifaceted maintenance programme
• Extensive understanding of building construction and maintenance with thorough knowledge of building
regulations and controls
• Demonstrated experience in managing a budget
• Understanding of Health and Safety legislation including Fire safety requirements
• Experience of managing people and setting clear objectives
• Technical expertise in the use of CAD and other relevant software packages
• Strong proven negotiation skills
• Ability to work on own initiative
• Strong leadership experience with a proven ability to train, motivate and supervise employees
• Good communication skills
• Proven ability to work to challenging timelines and manage multiple projects concurrently
• Ability to be able to read, draw and interpret plans for building construction and renovations
• Present ideas effectively

Any interested applicants should forward their CV and a short covering letter stating their suitability for the role.

Please email recruitment@cidp.ie by 5pm on Friday 2nd June 2017.
If you require further details on this role, please contact me directly at mary@cidp.ie
All offers of employment with CIDP are subject to Garda Vetting/PSNI clearance.

Mary Stringer
HR Coordinator, CIDP

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CIDP Job Vacancy

Job Title: Project Manager

Location: Catholic Institute for Deaf People

Reporting to: CEO of CIDP

Salary: €55,000 – €60,000

Contract duration: 2 year term with a possibility of rolling into a third year

Summary:

CIDP provides services to the Deaf Community, including the management of a residence for Deaf and Deaf Blind Adults at Brewery Road Stillorgan. CIDP is now planning a move of the services provided at St Joseph’s House to a location(s) in Cabra.

This is a major project for CIDP and is to be completed in the next 3 years.

A project manager is being recruited to coordinate the project.
The ideal candidate for the role of project manager must be have a proven track record in delivering on complex projects and preferably have experience of projects that require infrastructural change and well as major people change. In addition the project manager should have a working knowledge of HSE/ Health care and be able to work with multiple stakeholder groups

The project manager will report to a steering group established by the CIDP Board. The project team will be made up of a mixture of part-time resources and external specialist services, yet to be identified.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Below are the key areas of responsibility;
• Ensure the Identification of St Joseph’s residents’ needs and supports
• Identification and development of suitable premises and infrastructure on site
• Coordinate internal resources and third parties for the flawless execution of the move
• Ensure that the project is delivered on time, within scope and within budget
• Developing project scope and objectives, involving all relevant stakeholders and ensuring feasibility
• Ensure efficient and effective use of the project resources
• Develop a detailed project plan to track progress
• Measure project performance using appropriate systems, tools and techniques
• Report to steering group on a regular basis and escalate daily issues to the CEO
• Manage the relationship with all stakeholders (internal and external)
• Perform risk management to minimise project risks
• Create and maintain comprehensive project documentation

Key Requirements:
• Strong background in the area of project management with a recognised PM qualification (e.g. PMP, PRINCE2 or other) and a minimum of 5 years’ experience in project management across a range of projects
• Excellent client-facing and internal communication skills
• Excellent written communication skills
• Strong organisational skills including attention to detail and multi-tasking skills
• Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Project or other project management tools
• Proven experience of development and implementation of service change
• Proven ability to be able to plan complex projects within a work programme without direct supervision
• To be able to reprioritise and adjust plans accordingly to ensure timely delivery of projects and project milestones and management reports

Desired experience:
– Knowledge of HIQA and social care
– Proven experience of health or social care commissioning and partnership working

Any interested applicants should forward their CV and a short covering letter stating their suitability for the role. Please email recruitment@cidp.ie by close of business on Friday 26 May 2017.

If you require further details on this role, please contact me directly at mary@cidp.ie

All offers of employment with CIDP are subject to Garda Vetting/PSNI clearance.

Mary Stringer
HR Coordinator, CIDP

 

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CIDP Job Vacancy

Job Title: General maintenance

Location: All locations associated with CIDP
Salary: Based on experience
Contract duration: One year part time (20 hours per week)

Summary:
CIDP is seeking a general maintenance person to join our maintenance team. The role will involve general maintenance duties in a number of buildings on CIDP grounds.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Below are the key areas of responsibility;
• Perform minor fixes such as repairing broken locks, filling gaps on walls etc.
• Do garden/yard upkeep, collecting trash etc.
• Conduct maintenance tasks such as painting
• Collaborate with workers and other professionals during renovations
• Report to a facilities or maintenance manager for issues

Requirements
• QQI (Formerly FETAC) Level 4 in Irish Sign Language or willingness to learn
• Proven experience in general maintenance role or other similar position
• Experience in duties such as painting, using hand and electrical tools

Any interested applicants should forward their CV and a short covering letter stating their suitability for the role. Please email recruitment@cidp.ie by 19 May 2017.

If you require further details on this role, please contact me directly at mary@cidp.ie

All offers of employment with CIDP are subject to Garda Vetting/PSNI clearance.

Mary Stringer
HR Coordinator, CIDP