Irish Wheelchair Association
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Irish Wheelchair Association Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Rosemary Keogh
    96%
    approve of Rosemary Keogh's performance
  • Founded
    1960
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    less than €1M (EUR)
  • Industry
    Nonprofit & NGO
  • Headquarters
    Blackheath Drive, Clontar...
  • Link
    Irish Wheelchair Association website

Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA) was founded in 1960 by a small group of wheelchair users committed to improving the lives of people with physical disabilities in Ireland.

IWA has gone on to become an important provider of quality services to people with limited mobility throughout the country. Today, our association is made up of a vibrant network of 20,000 members and 2,300 staff, as well as many dedicated volunteers.We advocate for the needs of people with physical disabilities and provide services and support to all our members in their homes and communities throughout Ireland every year.

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North Dublin, County Dublin

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Rating is calculated based on 77 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Programme Assistant in Roscommon, County Roscommon
on 10 October 2022
Very good memories

Enjoyed my time here. Learned a lot and started my career with good experience and worked as part of an amazing team. Worked with various ages and conditions.

SUPPORT WORKER, PROGRAMME ASSISTANT/DRIVER in Cavan, County Cavan
on 28 September 2022
Keep away

Experts in favouritism. If you part of the inner circle 🔴 you are in heaven if not it's the anthesesis . The best of it is the Service Users fantastic ...

Personal Assistant in Wexford, County Wexford
on 12 June 2022
Great, place to work, you get to know the service users and their families and make some good friends

I loved working here, it worked around my family so well. The money is better then most caring companies. The downfall would be when your unwell you need to sort cover for yourself, and only when there is no one do you ring the office. So, you feel awful for being unwell.

Programme Assistant in Waterford city, County Waterford
on 4 June 2022
Fun place to work. But the will hang you out to dry to protect themselves

It was a ce scheme so we where told that ther was no chance of employment. When job where advertised we where kept in the dark until the position w as filled

Office Administration / Reception in Limerick
on 7 April 2022
Sometimes a rewarding place to work

The Irish wheelchair Association was a pleasant place to work, there was a friendly environment about the office + the people / clients you were dealing with were people who were trying to get on with their lives as best they can + you had to find the best way to facilitate this.

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Process takes about a week

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They had my CV in front of them and asked questions about my professional work experience, my academic awards relevant to the position that I was applying for and then they gave me different scenarios that might happen as an employee for the position I was seeking and how I would deal with each scenario.

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