If you are currently homeless or are at risk of homelessness get in touch with Focus Ireland today
Quick guide of important information to help you make decisions about what to do next
The Prevention Hub is a resource for Information Givers linked to Focus Ireland’s ‘Guidebook for Information Givers’
Read the real life stories an experiences of people who have dealt with homelessness
Focus Ireland campaigns for policy reform and provides educational tools to help prevent homelessness
We believe that through understanding the causes of homelessness we can work towards a sustained solution
Find out how you can help us to make sustainable changes to prevent homelessness long term
Volunteerism remains a strong tradition in Focus Ireland, your help is crucial to our work
Find out more about our graduate recruitment programme and how you can apply
Want to do something exciting and help raise money for Focus Ireland? Check out our fundraising events
Company support is a vital part of our fundraising, find out how your company can work with Focus Ireland
Find out how you can organise your own event to fundraise for Focus Ireland in your area
Here in Focus Ireland we believe the success of our business is attributed to the quality of our employees. We aim to create continuous improvement and add value through partnership, integration, accessibility and empowerment of all employees. Focus Ireland will try to ensure that all employees receive opportunities to develop and grow both professionally and personally.
This will be achieved, among other ways, through supervision with your line manager and also through the comprehensive training and development programme provided for each member of staff.
Focus Ireland currently employs 286 people in various capacities that include permanent, fixed term, full time, part time, and relief.
Focus Ireland uses competency based interviewing and testing. By way of preparation, candidates should be familiar with the Competency Framework document. Candidates who progress through the recruitment process will be invited to attend a written assessment and interview.
FI-PHSW Peer Housing Support Worker, South Dublin
2 Year Fixed Term Contract, Part Time (20 hours per week)
Please click here to view the job description
To apply please forward a CV and a cover letter (500 words max.) to email@example.com
Closing date: 12th January 2015
FI-NFA National Fundraising Initiatives Assistant Waterford- Job Bridge Scheme
9 months, 30 hours per week
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To apply please forward a CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
FI-RCW Relief Contact Worker, Waterford and Dublin
Please click here for Waterford or here for Dublin to view job descriptions
To apply for either of these roles please forward an application form to email@example.com
Focus Ireland is an equal opportunities employer.
Focus Ireland 9 - 12 High Street Christchurch Dublin 8 Tel:01 881 5900 Fax:01 881 5950
Focus Ireland St. John's Park Grange Cohan Waterford Tel:051 879 810 051 879 807 Fax:051 879 811
Focus Ireland Catherine Place Limerick Tel:061 405 300
Focus Ireland 1 Garden Row Kilkenny Tel:056 779 4565
Focus IrelandHibernian House80a South Mall Cork
Tel:021 427 3646
Focus Ireland 69 Lower John St Sligo Tel:071 914 9974 071 914 9975
Charity Number CHY 7220