Youth Work Ireland Cork: Cork Creates Arts Coordinator (Part-Time) & Youth Worker (Part-Time)

 

Youth Work Ireland Cork

www.ywicork.com

Youth Work Ireland Cork (YWIC) is a professional youth organisation committed to delivering high quality services in partnership with young people through a series of innovative and young person led programmes. YWIC is an affiliated member of Youth Work Ireland National Office who are one of the largest youth services across the country.

A vacancy has arisen for a Youth Arts Coordinator under the new UBU Your Place Your Space scheme.

Cork Creates Arts Coordinator (Part-time position)

To coordinate a city wide youth arts programme. Linking in with other UBU (TYFS) youth projects in RAPID areas to establish and develop models of good practice of embedding Art as a youth work methodology in youth services.
Cork Creates coordinator will be required to support inclusion and cultural belonging for children and young people across the city ensuring that Creative Ireland progamme activities are accessible and inclusive of young people who may not have the same advantages as others.
To work with targeted young people drawing on the creative resources of the Arts in assisting young people to explore and define their own values, experiences and cultural interests.

The successful candidate will have a degree in Youth and Community Work (JNC/NSETS) and/or an equivalent. Have at least three years’ experience working full-time/part-time/voluntary with young people in a youth work or youth arts project setting.

Curriculum Vitae outlining qualifications and experience including a clear statement of suitability (250) together with contact details of two professional referees should be submitted to Director of Services eleanor.osullivan@ywicork.com , before 5.00pm on Wednesday, 3rd June 2020.


A vacancy has also arisen for a Youth Worker under the new UBU Your Place Your Space scheme.

Youth Worker (Part-time position)

The role will involve working with young people aged between12 and 24 years who are not accessing any youth services. Outreach work will be required in order to identify, establish links, recruit and engage with targeted young people. He/She will be working as part of youth work team delivering a comprehensive youth work service in the Gurrranabraher/Churchfield community in the north side of Cork city.

The successful candidate will have a degree in Youth and Community Work (JNC/NSETS) and/or an equivalent. Have at least three years’ experience working full-time/part-time/voluntary with young people in a youth work setting.

Curriculum Vitae outlining qualifications and experience including a clear statement of suitability (250 words) together with contact details of two professional referees should be submitted to Director of Services eleanor.osullivan@ywicork.com , before 5.00pm on Wednesday, 3rd June 2020.

General Info

Date Entered/Updated
19th May, 2020
Region
Cork
Expiry Date
3rd Jun, 2020