New Directions


Are you looking for new directions in your career?

Would you enjoy exploring these new directions in our NeuroRehab Day Centre, supported by a national and international network of practitioners and researchers working with the latest technologies and a person-centred approach?

The An Saol Foundation Neurological Rehabilitation Day Centre in Santry opened its doors in January 2020 for clients participating in a three year HSE-funded pilot demonstrator project for those directly affected by a sABI and their families. We offer ongoing, inclusive rehabilitation, including a Hocoma robot-assisted gait training programme, with Lokomat, Erigo and Andago. Since late 2020, the Centre has opened up its resources to clients from the community. Our work already has changed the life of our clients beyond recognition. For the first time, they have access to a place to live their life, a voice, and the support they require.

We subscribe to a client-driven model of service delivery as outlined, among others, by the HSE Disabililty Services’ New Directions Person-Centred Planning Framework. In this framework, person-centred planning supports clients to make choices about how they want to live their life. Person-centred planning is about their hopes and dreams. It is a chance to set goals and say what supports they need to reach their goals.

We are looking for a manager with the experience and background, with the energy, vision and empathy, to help our clients achieve the outcomes they are aiming for, positive changes that give them a better life.

To find out more about the Centre check out recent national coverage of our work in the Irish Times, on RTE Nuacht and TG4.

You can download the full job advertisement and job description here.

If you are ready to change direction, please submit your CV and cover letter to

Should you have informal questions in relation to the position, please contact Reinhard Schaler, 087 6736 414.

Last date for receipt of applications: Tuesday, 04 May 2021.

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