The Board of Directors of Le Chéile Schools Trust invites applicants for the position of: Accountant, part-time, one day per week or its equivalent. Working as part of a small team, you will be inputting, analysing and creating feedback and a report on the annual budgets and Financial Accounts for 50 secondary schools within the Trust.
Canal Communities Training Programme, TURAS, is a comprehensive rehabilitation-training programme for stabilized drug users. The programme caters for the needs of individuals who are in the process of change and motivated towards further education and employment. We are currently recruiting for a CE supervisor with experience of Outdoor Education.
Role and responsibilities include the ability to demonstrate excellent project management skills, excellent knowledge of Child Protection and all other relevant legislation, to build effective partnerships and collaborations with all appropriate community groups and agencies and to design, implement and deliver a Youth Orientated Training Programme to best meet the needs of participants.
Down Syndrome Ireland’s Education Officer provides advice, information and advocacy to parents of children with Down syndrome (DS) in the education system (preschool, primary, post primary and special schools) to promote the best educational outcomes for children and young people with DS.
To be considered for this post applicants must have a degree in Teaching, Education and Training/Home Economics/Art and Design/ Honours Social Care Degree/Degree in Catering or Chefs with 706/1 & 706/2 qualification, the strong desire to work with persons with an intellectual disability or early school leavers & the aptitude to provide a person centred approach to service user programmes.
Applications are invited for the 3 Year Temporary position of Community Student Recruitment Officer, UCD College of Science. Encourage, inspire and support students to become actively involved in their local communities by offering them a range of voluntary activities and events, as well as support to facilitate initiatives of their own.