Dublin Simon Community
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About the company

  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Industry
    Nonprofit & NGO
  • Headquarters
  • Link
    Dublin Simon Community website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 32 reviews and is evolving.



Key Support worker in Dublin, County Dublin
on 28 September 2022
Good place to work
Good place for work with good team ..nice atmosphere.. salary is not bad still compared with other firms.work and life atmosphere is balanced Good working hours.Working atmosphere is nice.Good team members those who will help each other.free lunch provided.fair pay receiving as support worker
Support Worker (Flexi-Team) in Dublin, County Dublin
on 9 August 2022
I wished it was better...
I had all the hope, will and education to succeed but the lack of leadership and clear role/scope of practice combined with fellow employees not complying with guidelines or protocols and only virtual support provided, can feel very lonely and lost. Being apart of the flexi-team made me feel like I belonged no-where and I was just filling in a spot instead of being able to have the rapport that typical work teams would have but being moved constantly really made it hard to feel part of the gang, made it hard to remember the rules of each building, no one was ever really guiding you and it was like fumbling in the dark and hoping you were on a shift with someone who would teach you. I wished it was better.
Officer in Smithfield, County Dublin
on 19 April 2022
One big team with lots of movement and progression
There is a really collaborative feel about Dublin Simon, everybody from support services to frontline really do have the best interest of the services and clients at heart. In addition to this, there is constant scope for movement and progression, Either promotion with a team or else moving to a different role and thats really exciting that there are constant expertise being shared.
Manager in Dublin City Centre, County Dublin
on 28 February 2022
Good progression opportunities, rewarding work, supportive management
Collaborative culture, competitive at times. Amazing to see impact of the organisation’s work in services. Management is supportive and there are good opportunities to gain experience.
Support worker in Dublin
on 6 October 2020
Rewarding and fun
Amazing staff, you feel like a member of a family. Support and key workers really care about their jobs and go above and beyond for the clients— so it’s a positive environment. Fantastic management, you feel supported which is important as the work can be stressful at times. The pay is decent but obviously Dublin is insanely expensive. Long hours including late in to the evening, but that is standard for this type of work.

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