Each year we support more than 22,000 individuals and families. We currently employ more than 600 compassionate and dedicated staff. In addition to excellent terms and conditions, we offer an extensive training and development programme.
If you are you passionate about your profession and willing to use your knowledge, experience, dedication and talent to help us achieve our Mission of Transforming Lives, Transforming Society?
Then we would love to hear from you.
We regularly post new opportunities, so if you don’t find something that suits your skills today, make sure to check back regularly.
We are committed to ensuring that all recruitment is carried out in a responsible way that is safe for everyone, so throughout the year we have been conducting online video interviews. This will be the case until it is safe for us to reinstate face to face interviews.
If you are shortlisted to take part in a video interview, you will need access to a computer, laptop, tablet or smart phone and an internet connection.
It is important to us that our recruitment processes are accessible for everyone so please get in touch if you have concerns about accessing necessary equipment and we will work with you to find a solution that works for us all.
We appreciate this is a little different to what we are all used to, so we will be here to provide you with detailed guidance and support to help you through the process.
Exciting new opportunities for Multi-Systemic Therapists to join Extern's international award winning Bail Supervision Scheme project
Exciting new role for a counsellor to provide individual and small group therapeutic interventions to young people experiencing difficulties in relation to drug and/or alcohol use.
Exciting opportunity for an experienced assistant manager to join Extern's community based youth and family programmes across the Limerick area
Exciting new opportunity to join our waiting list of Project Workers based in Limerick
Exciting opportunity for a project worker to provide intensive wraparound services to young people and their parents assessed as being in need.