Join us & use your skills to make a real difference. Our programmes aim to prevent the reception of young people into care and/or to support community or foster placements. Also aim to support young people returning to the community from residential care/ custody.
To act as a positive role model and be responsible for the delivery and implementation of a high quality play-based curriculum under the guidance of the national quality frameworks Aistear & Síolta. Minimum of Fetac Level 6 in Early Years Education. Level 7 preferred.
Project Workers will be required to be deliver all aspects of the Janus programme in a flexible manner as part of a team. They will work in close partnership with statutory agencies, community resources and the young person and their family/carer.
The successful applicant will be responsible for planning and executing a variety of activities that aim to positively impact the lives of young people. These activities should enhance the personal and social development of young people.
The purpose of this role is to provide an efficient & flexible administrative support service to the Bawnlea Centre and Special Needs Service, in an integrated way with the wider Barnardos organisation. Contract: Part-time (24 hours per week) & maternity cover.
We are forming a panel of Home Visitors for its ParentChild+ Programme in Limerick. Home Visitors introduce new books and toys to parents and children, help them to bond through learning and play, and encourage parents to be the child’s first and best teacher.
Community Based Drugs Initiative Project Worker will be employed for this initiative in Co. Wexford. They will have responsibility to develop and implement the initiative in Co. Wexford with a focus on the Traveller community. This position is for 17.5 hours per week.
Are you passionate about working with young children and nurturing their minds? If so, we have a great opportunity for you! Contract: 35 hours per week and fixed term to July 2024. Requirements: Minimum QQI Level 5 in childcare (or equivalent).
Posts will be based in Westside in Galway City (x2) & in Tuam in Galway County (x1). The successful candidates will be expected to plan, deliver and report on programmes for young people aged between 10 and 24 years of age. Part-time hours may be considered.
The National Board assists in the development of best practice policies, procedures & practice in child safeguarding and offers advice in this area to all Church authorities, both dioceses & religious organisations. We wish to appoint a Director of Training and Support.
Will be responsible for the overall management of Steppingstones care Respite and Residential Services for children and Adults. The role includes responsibility for the management of staff and providing the highest standards of respite and residential care to our Service Users.
We are recruiting a Team Leader / Social Care Assistant (Permanent, Full Time) to help support a person with an intellectual disability and/or Autism to enjoy an ordinary life while being supported & empowered so that they can live their life to the fullest while in a residential setting.
We on behalf of the Wicklow / Rathnew / Ashford / Newtownmountkennedy School Completion Programme Local Management Committee invites applications for the following post: School Completion Project Worker (25hpw) x 3 & School Completion Project Worker (35hpw).
The Integrated Youth Worker will meet young people at their own space but will also look at assisting them to integrate into services, clubs, centre based youth programmes, out of school activities etc. This is a 12 - month contract, 32 hours per week, funded by Tusla.
This position requires a staff member that can engage young people, especially vulnerable and at-risk young people, in one to one work, outreach contact, group work, mentoring, non-formal education programmes, advocacy, club based work and goal focused work.
Ossory Youth and Carlow Regional Youth Service are currently seeking to employ a part-time project worker as part of a pilot project to enhance the impetus surrounding LGBTIQA+ awareness, advocacy and supports in Carlow and Kilkenny.
Support for primary, post primary children & young people who have been identified as potentially at risk of early school leaving or who are out of school & have not successfully transferred to an alternative learning site or employment.
Provide a confidential Helpline service to parents of children in early years, primary / post primary education & other stakeholders. Also be dedicated to further advancing new initiatives that support parents’ involvement in their children’s education in partnership with schools.
Responsible for administrative & organisational support in all NPC functional areas with a particular responsibility for the NPC Advocacy Unit, ensuring the delivery of quality services which meet the needs of parents, supporting children in the education sector.
The purpose of Barnardos Initial Assessment and Family Support Service in Dublin South Central is to provide a combination of Family Support and Initial Child Protection Assessment work on behalf of the funder Child and Family Agency, Tusla.
As part of the national service, delivery framework the primary purpose of this post is to conduct Initial Assessments on low –medium risk referrals received from Tusla social work department using the Signs of Safety approach to child protection and welfare concerns.
The Project Worker will work as part of a team within the Athy SCP, providing support for students in school, after school and during holiday time and in the out of school setting. Athy SCP works with target students in 1 Post Primary and 3 Primary Schools.
Our team of Childline Regional Supervisors mobilise and develop our wonderful Childline volunteers. Based in Drogheda office this role presents an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated, people centric individual to join the team at the ISPCC Childline.
Drogheda, Co Louth
Children & Youth
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