18 Feb 13Vacancy - Eolas Project Worker
The EOLAS Project is a peer and clinician led programme which delivers a Mental Health Information and Learning Programme for people with severe mental health difficulties and their families and friends. The programme is implemented collaboratively by service users, clinical practitioners, voluntary organisations and adult mental health services.
The EOLAS Project is currently recruiting a Project Worker to take responsibility for coordinating the delivery of the mental health information and learning programme to service users and their families and friends in the Kildare West Wicklow area, as well as for its expansion to and delivery in other community adult mental health services in Dublin and Leinster.
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