Staff at NHI
Office hours are 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. Closed 1pm-2pm for lunch.
Phone: 01 469 9800
Fax: 01 479 6447
Tadhg is the chief spokesperson and representative of the organisation. The CEO reports to the Board of Directors and his key role is to promote the objectives of the organisation and to influence policy makers. The CEO’s role is to develop and maintain a positive relationship with all stakeholders including members, the general public, statutory and voluntary bodies which work to promote the best interests of older people, Government Departments, HSE, HIQA, NTPF and other relevant agencies.
Email or call Joan Casserly PA to Tadhg Daly with any queries or feedback or email firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 01 469 9801
Membership & Operations Manager
Jeremy's role as Membership and Operations Manager is to ensure that our organisation is running as well as it possibly can, with a smooth efficient service that meets the expectations and needs of members.
Jeremy is in direct contact with members dealing with member queries and as a support to employees within the office who are providing advice and information to our members.
Jeremy’s role includes supporting the 10 NHI regions, including attendance at regional meetings, to ensure strong Member engagement and participation.
Email Jeremy at email@example.com Phone: 01 469 9800
Practice Development Facilitator
With responsibility for all clinical matters directed through the organisation. Sinead represents NHI on a number of national and local working groups aimed at improving standards, educating and providing support and guidance to staff with the vision for improving the care given to our older population. In addition, the role of the Practice Development Facilitator is to review international practice and research to assist in the development of new initiatives within the Irish nursing home sector. Sinead reports to the Board of Directors through the CEO and assists in driving the agenda of the National Nursing Committee.
Email Sinead at firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 01 469 9807
PA to Chief Executive
Joan holds responsiblity for managing the diary of Tadhg Daly, NHI CEO, and coordinating internal and external NHI meetings. She maintains regular contact with NHI committees, providing them with support and assistance, and advises about organisational activities and member benefits.
Email Joan at email@example.com Phone: 01 469 9801
Communications and Research Executive
With responsibility for managing the communications, research and information functions of Nursing Homes Ireland. Michael is responsible for the planning, development and delivery of NHI internal and external communications including media, website, member's communications and publications. Responsible for the research function of NHI to contribute to the wider policy objectives and work programme of the organisation.
Email Michael at firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 01 469 9806 / 087 9082970
With responsibility for the co-ordination of all NHI events such as the NHI Annual Conference, NHI Care Awards and education and training days. Paula is also responsible for sponsorships and commercial opportunities.
Email Paula at email@example.com Phone: 01 469 9802
With responsibility for manning NHI phones, general email queries, website maintenance, coordinating attendance on training days & other events, administration duties, stationary orders, membership database maintenance, newsletter advertisement, accounts assistant.
Email Olivia at firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 01 469 9800
With responsibility for all aspects of accounts receivable and payable, including queries relating to payment of membership fees and supplier invoices.
Email Zowie at email@example.com Phone: 01 469 9803
Garda Vetting Administrator
With responsibility for all aspects of processing Garda Vetting applications from individual Nursing Homes with the Garda Central Vetting Unit, representative for Nursing Home Ireland in dealings with Garda Vetting Unit, managing vetting records on receipt of results.
Email Anne at firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 01 469 9804
Project Officer, Nurse Recruitment
With responsibility for leading a Nurse recruitment campaign, Helena’s role as Project Officer will be at a higher level with the objective of setting up a platform from which member nursing homes can recruit suitably qualified nursing staff. Member Nursing Homes will use this platform to recruit their nurses and Helena will also implement guidelines and assist at all levels. The intention is to set up a footprint for the future recruitment of nurses and also work with nursing homes on workforce planning. Helena will also work closely with the Nursing & Midwifery Board of Ireland, The Department of Health and The Department of Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation to ensure all regulatory aspects of recruiting nurses is up to date and accurate for members.
While Helena will not actually recruit nurses directly for individual Nursing Homes she will be very closely involved with members to advise and direct them in their search.
Email Helena at email@example.com Phone: 01 469 9805
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