CANAL COMMUNITIES REGIONAL YOUTH SERVICE
a community-based network of youth projects, clubs, sports and uniformed groups in the areas of Bluebell, Rialto and Inchicore in Dublin.
We wish to recruit a
COMMUNITY YOUTH WORKER
(Maternity Cover until mid-July 2019)
BLUEBELL YOUTH PROJECT
A community youth project where young people, volunteers, youth workers and the local community together aim to enhance the social, personal and political development of young people. Our work embraces the principles of equality, respect, voluntary participation and quality youth work provision. BYP aims to work through a rights based equality framework to effect social change.
The successful candidates will work in partnership with young people, volunteers and the local community.
The ideal candidates will have a real commitment to the ethos and values of the service and fit the following profile requirements:
A professionally endorsed qualification in Youth and Community Work is essential and 2 years experience of working with young people is desirable
In addition to the above, the candidate will demonstrate a strong knowledge and understanding of youth work, have a proven track record of relevant experience and possess a range of practical skills and attributes suited to the strategic objectives of Bluebell Youth Project.
Salary: City of Dublin Youth Service Board, Youth Worker Salary Scales apply
Closing date: 1pm, Thursday 24th January 2019
Application Form and Job Description available below
or contact Antoinette Mc Carthy on 01 473 8439 or by email: email@example.com
Applications to: firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to The Manager, Canal Communities Regional Youth Service
/Bluebell Youth Project, Bluebell Youth and Community Centre, Bluebell Road,
Bluebell, Dublin 12
Shortlisting will apply to this position. A panel may be formed from which future vacancies may be filled.
The Canal Communities Regional Youth Service is an equal opportunities employer.
These posts are funded by the Dept of Children and Youth Affairs and administered by the CDYSB.
Please note that the successful candidate will be required to undergo Garda Vetting.