CNM1 - Community Clinical Partner


Cheshire Ireland provides quality services to adults with physical,sensory and neurological disabilities at a medium and high level of need. We provide individualised supports to promote wellbeing, independence and quality of life for all people who use our services. We currently provide services to over 200 people in their own homes, in residential centres, in supported accommodation and in respite facilities. Established in Shillelagh, Co.Wicklow in 1963, Cheshire Ireland are a Section 39 organisation funded by the HSE. We employ over 800 staff and operate in Dublin, Cork, Galway, Wicklow, Limerick, Donegal, Kerry, Carlow, Waterford, Sligo and Mayo.


The people we are looking to recruit will be on a fixed term contract, 39 hours per week , in Dublin Community Cheshire services.



What we do?

The role of the Community Clinical Partner (CNM1) is to provide clinical and professional leadership to frontline care support teams working across the continuum of Cheshire Ireland Services, specifically community services.

The Clinical Partner will offer the support to and clinical oversight by supporting the frontline care support teams in each service in the standardized implementation of organisational clinical policy and procedures, ensuring full compliance with the organisational policy, statutory and legislative requirements and standards. The role will be responsible in supporting consistent service provision through the implementation of evidence based decision making and learning and by fostering and promoting a culture of professional development for all staff.

Operating out of a social model of disability, you will have responsibility to ensure the highest standards of care are delivered to meet the physical, psychological and social needs of individuals with physical and neurological disabilities receiving Cheshire Ireland services.

How we work.

As a Community Clinical Partner you will be committed to the provision of quality person-centered services and to the concept of working in partnership with clients who live in their own homes.

Cheshire Ireland’s services strive to ensure that all people using their supports live a good life and have valued roles in the lives of their families and communities. It is critical when undertaking your work that you do so in a manner that is consistent with Cheshire Ireland’s values and operating ethos.

What you will do.

The successful candidates will have the ability to operate independently with good use of initiative, and also to work effectively with all relevant stakeholders in a collaborative and engaged manner. They will able to deliver and review training initiatives and develop frontline practice in relation to best practice standards. They will be able to contribute to clinical policy and practice reviews and be able to implement any subsequent practice development group initiatives and actions and provide feedback.



  • CNM1 level operating experience

  • Driving Licence Essential

  • Ideally should have experience in an environment focussed on physical and neurological condidtions in a managment capacity

  • Have experience in the delivery of training to all levels of staff

  • Have experience in the development and implementation of policies

  • Ability to engage with and work with all stakeholders

  • Have evidence of Personal & Professional Development

  • Personal Initiative

  • Commitment


  • Flexible Working Hours

  • Maternity Benefit

  • Employee Assistance Program

  • Twilight/Night and Weekend Premiums

  • Career Opportunities

  • Sick Pay Benefit

  • Induction and on going training


To Apply For This Post Please Forward A Detailed CV Via Email To: michele.geoghegan@cheshire.ie

Closing Date:-  24th May 2019


Ref Code:- CNM1/MAT/March19

Cheshire Ireland is an equal opportunity company. All successful candidates will be subject to vetting by the Garda Vetting Unit.




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