Social Work Jobs in Ireland with Visa Sponsorship

Health Service Executive
    April 19, 2024
    Cork, County Cork, Cork, Ireland
    Job Type


    Job Overview with Visa Sponsorship

    Are you a compassionate and dedicated social worker looking for a meaningful career opportunity in Ireland? Join our team and explore exciting social work job opportunities with Visa sponsorship for eligible candidates. As a social worker, you will have the chance to make a positive impact on the lives of individuals and communities in need.

    Job Details:

    • Employer Name: Health Service Executive
    • Position: Social Work
    • No of Vacancies: 1
    • Salary: £25.00 hourly / 20 to 40 hours per week
    • Employment Type: Full-time,  Part-time
    • Location: Ireland


    • No degree certificate or diploma


    • 3 years to less than 5 years

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    Job Responsibilities

    As a social worker, your responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

    • Conducting assessments and developing care plans for clients
    • Providing counseling and support to individuals and families
    • Advocating for clients' rights and needs within the healthcare and social services systems
    • Collaborating with interdisciplinary teams and community resources
    • Documenting client progress and maintaining accurate records
    • Ensuring compliance with ethical and professional standards


    To excel in this role, you should possess the following qualifications and skills:

    • Social Work degree and professional registration in Ireland
    • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
    • Empathy, compassion, and cultural sensitivity
    • Problem-solving and advocacy abilities
    • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team

    Education and Experience Requirements

    • Bachelor's or Master's degree in Social Work (BSSW/MSW)
    • Previous experience in social work is preferred but not mandatory
    • Fresh graduates with professional registration are encouraged to apply

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    Working Environments

    Social workers in Ireland work in diverse settings, including healthcare facilities, schools, community organizations, and government agencies. Our team provides a supportive and collaborative working environment that promotes excellence in social work practice.


    • Competitive hourly wage ranging from £15.00 to £35.00
    • Visa sponsorship for eligible candidates
    • Ongoing training and professional development in social work
    • Opportunities for career advancement within the social work field
    • Supportive team environment fostering collaboration
    • Health and wellness benefits


    The hourly wage for social work positions ranges from £15.00 to £35.00, depending on experience, qualifications, and the specific social work role.


    Q: Is previous social work experience required?

    A: Previous social work experience is preferred but not mandatory. We encourage fresh graduates with professional registration to apply.

    Q: What are the typical working hours for social workers in Ireland?

    A: Working hours may vary based on the social work setting and client needs. Flexible scheduling options are available.

    Q: Are there opportunities for career advancement in social work?

    A: Yes, we provide opportunities for career growth and ongoing professional development within the social work profession.


    Join our team of dedicated social workers in Ireland and be a part of making a positive difference in the lives of individuals and communities. With Visa sponsorship and competitive hourly rates, you can have a rewarding career in social work while promoting well-being and social justice. Apply today and be a catalyst for change in Ireland!

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