National Collective of Community Based Women’s Networks Rowlagh: Development Worker (Part-Time)

National Collective of Community Based Women’s Networks

The National Collective of Community Based Women’s Networks (NCCWN) are recruiting a part-time (16 hours per week) Development Worker for the NCCWN Rowlagh. NCCWN Rowlagh is a women’s community development project supporting the equality and development of women throughout Clondalkin.

Overall Responsibilities of the post

The overall purpose of this position is to work as part of a team to engage in community development work within NCCWN / ROWLAGH to support development, capacity building, training and networking of women in the local area.

Main duties of the post:

  • To outreach, facilitate and support the capacity building of local women and the Project
  • To identify the relevant training needs of women in the area
  • To assist in the planning development and delivery of relevant programmes within NCCWN/ROWLAGH including the DJE Women’s Equality & Development Programme to women locally
  • To network with other community organisations to support women’s participation in NCCWN/ROWLAGH structures

The successful candidate will have:

  • A recognised qualification in Community development or related field
  • A minimum of 3 years working in a community development setting or related field

Own transport and flexibility essential.

CCWN Development Worker salary scale point EO-1
€31,217.00 (pro rata)
per annum

For further information and application form please contact:
NCCWN Rowlagh Coordinator Vivienne Glanville / Sinead Mahon:
Email: coordinatorsrowlagh@gmail.com Tel. 01 6230574 / 0858622826

Applications must be made by application form only and emailed to Vivienne Glanville / Sinead Mahon

Closing Date for applications: Friday February 28th at 5.00pm. Shortlisting may apply.

This post is subject to funding from the (Department of Justice & Equality)

NCCWN is an Equal Opportunities Employer

Region: 

Dublin 22

Expiry date: 

28/02/20

Date Entered/Updated: 

14/02/20