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Job Title

Rosia Project Coordinator (Temporary And Full Time Project Role)


National Rehabilitation Hospital


South County Dublin


REQUIREMENTS: The candidate must possess the following on the latest date for receiving completed application forms for the office: • The ability to coordinate and manage professional relationships with clinical teams, health care providers, rehabilitation and community care specialists and service managers in Ireland. • Direct experience driving patient-led rehabilitation provision - within a hospital/community environment; and engagement with local/regional multidisciplinary teams. • Knowledge of tele-rehabilitation (or advanced/disruptive technologies) and patient-led innovation pathways with clinicians, care providers and community out-reach engagement. • Knowledge of project design and partnership methods   • Knowledge of Action Research methodological principles in health care and design of advanced ‘participatory’ tools for patient-led engagements / monitoring / evaluation. • Knowledge of GDPR Ethical and data protection practices in relation to project delivery. • Experience of collection and collation of multiple sources of data (qualitative & quantitative data) and integrating into wider programme Work Package tasks  • Experience of facilitation of engagement strategies with clinical / rehabilitation teams and across project activity and management of multiple ‘stakeholder’ (internal/external) groups. • Experience of facilitation of health care ‘workshops’ - for patient engagement pathways; and within clinical and rehabilitation provision.   The appointment is an 18 month project role initially with the potential of this to be extended for a further 18 months subject to funding.   Applicants for the above post should submit a letter of application and curriculum vitae no later than 12:00 noon on Thursday 7th of July 2022 to Caoimhe Mulconroy, Human Resource Department or email  A job description for the above post is available on request from Caoimhe Mulconroy.  For informal enquiries, please contact Ruth Maher by email and Prof Aine Carroll by email   We are an Equal Opportunities Employer and support a smoke-free workplace policy.   Please note that this advertisement is being hosted by the Public Appointments Service on The Public Appointments Service has no involvement in, or responsibility for, the recruitment and selection process or the terms and conditions which relate to this post.

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55 days ago