Working with individual children/young people and small groups of children/young people who have been targeted for support through the Ballyfermot A School Completion Programme
Planning and delivering programmes of work appropriate to identified needs of the students or groups you will engage with.
Working closely with the staff of various schools and agencies involved in the Project, in relation to planning, implementing and evaluating all programmes.
Maintaining records of all your work.
Reporting regularly to the Project Co-ordinator and the SCP Management Committee.
Undertaking any other work relevant to the development of the programme as may arise.
Qualifications & Experience:
A minimum of Level 6 qualification in education, social studies or related fields
Experience of working with young people both in groups and 1:1 key work.
Have an understanding of social and educational disadvantage and the needs of those who are at risk of early school leaving
Must have active Garda Vetting
The School Completion Programme and how it compliments other DEIS programmes and its partners within TUSLA’s Education Welfare Service.
The importance of following school and DES policy and practices particularly regarding record keeping, confidentiality and child protection.
Basic technology skills, including email, word processing, spreadsheets, and/or database software necessary to efficiently accomplish the duties of this post.
Working Hours: 20 hours per week (there may be a possibility of extending these hours from October 2017)
Remuneration: Project Worker – City of Dublin Education & Training Board Salary Scale
To apply for post: Please forward Curriculum Vitae, Cover Letter and details of two referees via post to:
Ballyfermot A School Completion Programme
Alternatively you may send your CV with Cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Short listing will apply and only short listed candidates will be contacted.
Closing date: 2.30pm Friday September 8th 2017