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Youth Work Ireland North Connaught promotes and fosters youth development through the operation of various youth projects in urban and rural areas in the North West. In collaboration with our sub-sponsors Sligo Family Resource Centre and Sligo Northside Partnership we invite applications for the following position:
Community Employment Supervisor (Job Share) – 39 hours bi-weekly.
Youth Work Ireland North Connaught are recruiting a Community Employment Supervisor (part-time) to work as part of our Community Employment Project. The key responsibilities of the CE supervisor (part-time) will be to endure the effective and efficient direction of the human, financial and material resources of our Community Employment Programme, ensuring that the programme is run in accordance with all Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection (DEASP) guidelines and is of maximum benefit to both participants and Youth Work Ireland North Connaught.
The successful applicant will have the following essential requirements:
- Education to NFQ Major Award Level 6 or higher in Business/Financial Administration, Training, Human Resources, Project Management.
- 3 years’ experience of supervising staff.
- Proven record in human resources, finance and administration, compliance and monitoring.
- Excellent knowledge of the role of the Community Employment Supervisor and the HR, administration and financial aspects of the job.
- Display belief, commitment and motivation to implement the spirit of Community Employment.
- Articulate and assertive.
- Team player
- Have IT skills
- Clean driving licence.
PLEASE VIEW THE JOB SPECIFICATION (SEE BELOW) FOR FULL DETAILS ON ALL REQUIREMENTS.
Applications for this vacancy should be made by way of YWINC Job Application form only.
Please note that all applications can only be accepted by way of YWINC Application Form.
Closing date for receipt of applications is 1.00 p.m. Wednesday 17th April 2019.
YWINC is committed to a policy of Equality of Opportunity in its employment practices.