In your role as LTI Assistant Coordinator your duties and responsibilities will include the following:
Assist the LTI Coordinator in the recruitment of learners to the LTI.
To co-ordinate activities and modules related to the LTI.
Design, deliver and evaluate modules for the LTI Retail Skills Level 4 4M1998 which include:
Retail Sales Techniques
Information Technology Skills
Retail Payment Procedures
Organise accreditation of the LTI modules where appropriate in conjunction with the LTI Project Coordinator.
Preparation, delivery, assessment and correction of modules in accordance with Training Quality Assurance Procedures (TQAS)
Assist in the provision of ongoing support to learners to ensure they benefit from and successfully complete the programme.
Hold regular meetings with the LTI Project Coordinator to develop ongoing work plans.
Assist with the evaluation of learner’s progress with regular group and individual evaluations.
Assist the LTI Project Coordinator to facilitate progression to other forms of training, education or employment.
Together with the LTI Project Coordinator monitor and evaluate overall programme in accordance with SICCDA and CDETB procedures.
Keep and maintain project records in accordance with SICCDA and CDETB requirements
Plan future programmes.
To uphold the ethos of SICCDA which operates accordingly to the principles of community development.
To attend relevant external training as required.
Implement SICCDA Health and Safety procedures and policies in general.
To take on other tasks and duties as reasonably required that will further develop the aims and objectives of SICCDA as requested by the LTI Project Coordinator and/ or the CEO.
You will also be expected to carry out any additional duties that may be assigned to you by the Company from time to time.
Gross salary per annum €14,890.98
The ideal candidate will have:
A minimum 2 years’ experience in Training and Adult Education
A nationally recognised qualification in Training and Education (minimum level 6)
Ability to deliver QQI modules at Level 4
Excellent Personal and Interpersonal Skills
Experience in working with the unemployed, early school leavers
The ideal candidate will have at least two years’ experience of working with economically, socially, geographically and / or educationally disadvantaged learners
Have a high level of general administration and organisational skills
Please forward your CV and covering letter by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Short listing will take place immediately on close of application.
Suitable candidate will be employed on a part time basis for a 12 month period (subject to continued funding)
Canvassing will disqualify
Garda vetting will apply for successful candidates
SICCDA is an equal opportunities employer
SICCDA will also be creating a panel from this selection process that will be used should any further vacancies arise.
Closing date for applications is 4pm 14th June 2019