Looking for Work

Looking for Work

Work 4 U

Work4ULtd is a recruitment and employment service set up to assist people with a disability or mental health difficulties to secure and maintain a job in the open labour market.


St John of Gods (Community Services Ltd)

Saint John of God North East Services provide a range of services to children and adults in the in counties Louth, Monaghan and Meath including personal development training,  vocational training and supported employment opportunities.  For further information contact

Saint John of God North East Services (Louth, Monaghan and Meath)

Saint Mary's



Co Louth

Tel: 00353 (0)41 685 1211

Malta Services Drogheda

Malta Services have provided a wide range of support services to people with Intellectual Disabilities in Drogheda. There aim is to support people to have a good life. They delivery their services through a person centred approach, allowing people to have a wide choice of personalised services over which they have real control.

Malta Services support people in many different ways i.e.


The Tús initiative is a community work placement scheme providing short-term working opportunities for unemployed people since 2011. The work opportunities are to benefit the community and are provided by community and voluntary organisations in both urban and rural areas. The Tús initiative is managed by local development companies and Údarás na Gaeltachta for the Department of Social Protection, which has overall responsibility for the scheme.

Acquired Brain Injury, Ireland - Work4You Service

Acquired Brain Injury Ireland, formerly The Peter Bradley Foundation, was established in 2000 and is Ireland’s leading provider of flexible and tailor-made services for people with an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI).   These services include: Assisted Living Services,  Home & Community Rehabilitation Services, Day Resource Services , Rehabilitation Support, Case Management, Education Programmes and individual development.

The Appleby Trust

The Appleby Trust along with our sister company Appleby Careers Project Ltd. provides a range of supported employment and vocational training opportunities for people with disabilities.  As well as traditional supported employment in the community, the organisation provides sheltered training opportunities in both of the Print It social firms in Armagh and Dungannon.

Permitted Work

The Department of Social Development under the Social Security Agency have an scheme which allows individuals on certain social security benefits to work and maintain some of their benefits. It is called Permitted Work.

Permitted Work

Generally, you are not allowed to work while you are getting Employment and Support Allowance/Incapacity Benefits/Severe Disability Allowance/Income Support because of an illness or disability.

Employment Offices

The Irish Government is committed to providing services to assist people with disabilities to find employment.  They provide a range of mainstream (programmes and services that everyone can access to assist them to find a job) and specialist programmes (programmes for people with disabilities to assist them to find a job) as well as providing assistance to employers.

Supported Employment/EmployAbility Service

Supported Employment is an employment and recruitment service to assist people with a disability to secure and maintain a job in the open labour market.

Supported Employment is delivered by EmployAbility Service which provide a range of supports to employers and people with a disability, through Job Coaches. They provide a range of supports to a job seeker through career advice, employment support, information on employment benefits and entitlement as well as providing advice and support to employers.  


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