Tuesday, 28 February 2017

Employability Support Service assist people with a disability to secure and maintain a job in the open labour market.

EmployAbilityCork provides an employment support service for people with a
health condition, injury, illness or disability
 
We also provide a recruitment advice service for the Business Community
 
Our services are FREE of charge

Employers


Services for Employers
  • Free recruitment and employment service
  • Database of skilled jobseekers
  • Access to a committed, local work force
  • On-going support from a professional team of Job Coaches
  • Advice on employment grants and supports
 
  • Savings on recruitment and selection costs
  • Wage Subsidy Scheme
  • Jobs Plus Scheme
  • Retention Grant Scheme
  • Workplace equipment/adaptation grants
  • Interview Interpreter Grant
  • Personal Reader Grant
  • Disability Awareness Training Support Scheme
 
Employment Grants & Supports
The Department of Social Protection provides a range of employment supports aimed at helping employees with a disability to gain and retain employment including the Reasonable Accommodation fund for the employment of people with disabilities and other services.  
 
For more information visit:
 
 

Job Seekers

 
Supported Employment Programme
 
The Supported Employment Programme provides a nationwide employment and recruitment service to assist people with a disability to secure and maintain a job in the open labour market.

Eligibility
People with a disability who are job ready and need a level of support to succeed in long-term and sustainable employment.

Service Details
The Supported Employment Service provides a range of supports to employers and people with a disability, through Job Coaches. The range of supports include:
 
·         Individual Needs Assessment
·         Vocational Profiling and Career Planning
·         Individual Employment Plan
·         Job Sourcing and Job Matching
·         On-the-Job Support and Coaching
·         Advice and Support to Employers
·         Follow-up Support and Mentoring to both Employers & Employees
 
Services for Jobseekers
 
Career Advice:
·         Professional guidance in career planning
·         Identification of skills
·         Job search support and advice
 
Employment Support:
·         Access to job vacancies
·         Support with the job application process
·         Matching skills with employers needs
·         Work experience placements
·         Employers sourced
·         Assistance with integrating into the workplace
 
Follow-up Support:
·         Access to support services as required to maintain employment
 
 Information:
·         Advice on employment benefits and entitlements
 
Employment Grants & Supports
·         DSP provides a range of employment supports aimed at helping employees with a disability to gain and retain employment
·         These include the Reasonable Accommodation Fund for the Employment of People with Disabilities and other services
 
 
How to contact us
Job seekers need to be referred by an Intreo Employment Service Officer (ESO) or a Local Employment Service (LES) Mediator.
 
To make an enquiry or to apply for Supported Employment, call into your local Intreo
and register with the Department of Social Protection. 
 
Intreo (city centre location)
Unit 1, Cornmarket Centre, 13 - 15 Cornmarket Street, Cork
021 494 8900 
Other Intreo locations:
Department of Social Protection, Local Office, Hanover Quay, Cork 
021 427 0055
Intreo, 103 / 104 Main Street, Mallow, Co. Cork
022 21900
or visit Intreo
Local Employment Service (head office)  
Heron House, Blackpool Retail Park, Blackpool, Cork 

021 430 2310
Other LES locations:
Blackpool, Cork.   021 450 6266
City Centre, Cork. 021 427 8711 / 021 427 8770
Churchfield, Cork.   021 421 1048
Hollyhill / Knocknaheeny, Cork.   021 421 1050
Mahon, Cork.   021 435 0496
Mayfield, Cork.   021 455 3956
Togher, Cork.   021 432 0428
or visit: Cork City Partnership or Local Employment Service
 
Alternatively: CONTACT EMPLOYABILITYCORK DIRECTLY.
 
For more information visit:

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