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Youth Justice Coordinator
Brú Youth Service CLG, Crumlin, Dublin 12: Youth Justice Coordinator with Brú Garda Youth Diversion Project
Brú Youth Service CLG is a community based youth service in Crumlin. Building on a rich tradition of voluntary work, the project is developing its service catering for the needs and interests of young people. Brú Youth Service CLG is an independent locally managed limited company with a Board of Management comprising local community representatives and other service providers.
We are now seeking to recruit the following full time position (35 hours per week) for the post of Youth Justice Coordinator on a 12 Month Fixed Term Contract:
Youth Justice Coordinator
The Youth Justice Coordinator will be responsible for developing, implementing and evaluating a range of programmes to meet the developmental needs of young people engaged in the Youth Justice Programme. The Youth Justice Coordinator will have a supervisory role within the Youth Justice Team and be responsible for overseeing the planning and reporting requirements of the GYDP.
- A professional qualification in Youth and Community Work is essential plus three years’ experience working with young people ‘at risk’
- An equivalent professional qualification or relevant degree plus three years’ full time experience working with young people ‘at risk’ in a youth work setting
- Have a proven track record in delivering and evaluating programmes using the logic model
Salary: CDYSB Project Leader Salary Scale
Full job description and application form can be requested by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application is through Cover Letter, Curriculum Vitae and Application Form and should be submitted to
- The Chairperson, Brú Youth Service CLG, St Agnes Road, Crumlin, Dublin 12, D12 FH56
- OR by email: email@example.com
Closing date for applications is 3pm Thursday 21st February 2019
The post is funded by the Department of Justice and Equality and by the European Social Fund 2014 - 2020 through the Irish Youth Justice Service, in conjunction with An Garda Síochána and will be managed by Brú Youth Service CLG. Garda Vetting will apply to this position. Late applications will not be accepted. Short listing will apply and a panel may be formed. The nature of this post requires flexibility to cover the operational times of the service and/or the centre. This will involve scheduled evening, weekend and residential work. If successful, candidates will be deemed a “Mandated Persons” in accordance with the Children First Act 2015. Brú Youth Service Ltd is an equal opportunities employer.