Jigsaw National Office: Education and Training Officer

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Our teams are growing and we’re always looking for amazing people to come and work for us!

We are seeking an

Education and Training Officer

in
Jigsaw National Office

This is an excellent opportunity to join our Education and Training team and help with the development and implementation of Jigsaw’s Education and Training Strategy, developing and delivery of mental health workshops, materials, resources and programmes as well as contributing towards the development of new and innovative programmes and initiatives.

Closing dates for applications is 1.00pm Friday 9th November 2018

Full job descriptions, benefits package and application forms are available on: https://www.jigsaw.ie/workwithus

For further information contact us on (01) 4727010 or recruitment@jigsaw.ie.

JIGSAW IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER.

About Jigsaw:

We are Jigsaw, the National Centre for Youth Mental Health. Formerly known as Headstrong, we were set up in 2006 and to this day, we remain committed to leading a nationwide transformation in the area of youth mental health. By joining the Jigsaw Team, you will help us to create an Ireland where every young person’s mental health is valued and supported.

In Jigsaw, we intervene early to support young people’s mental health. We are the only mental health service in the country with an exclusive focus on 12-25 year olds.

We have 13 Jigsaw services in communities across Ireland providing mental health support to young people, and we are continuing to grow year on year. Our Jigsaw services provide young people aged 12-25 with a place they can visit for free and receive confidential support from trained mental health professionals.

We educate and equip communities to help young people. Our research is the foundation on which we build our workshops for adults and young people alike. We believe that future resilience is based on early intervention and mentoring.

We are changing the way Ireland thinks about and responds to young people’s mental health.

Region: 

Dublin 2

Expiry date: 

09/11/18

Date Entered/Updated: 

11/10/18