Lower Crumlin School Completion Programme: Project Worker

SCP

Title of Post: School Completion Programme Project Worker.

Responsible for Student Support Key Work & Group Facilitation. Delivering in school, after school and holiday participation programmes and Attendance monitoring.

Type of Contract: Fixed term contract.

Location: The successful candidate will have a based in Clogher Road Community College, but will be working between three schools in the Lower Crumlin SCP cluster -The Marist Primary School, Scoil Iosagain Primary School and Clogher Road Community College.

Duties:

  • Working with individual children/young people and small groups of children/young people who have been targeted for support through Lower Crumlin School Completion Programme
  • Planning and delivering programs of work appropriate to identified needs of the students/groups you will engage with.
  • Working closely with the staff of various schools and agencies involved in the Project, in relation to planning, implementation and evaluating all of programmes.
  • Maintaining records of all your work and SCP administration relating to the SCP Programme.
  • Reporting regularly to the Project Co-ordinator and the SCP Management Committee.
  • Undertaking any other work relevant to the development of the SCP Lower Crumlin as may arise.
  • Facilitate a Breakfast Club and Homework Club for a group of children in Primary school.
  • Any other duties relating to Lower Crumlin SCP.

Qualifications & Experience:

  • A minimum of Level 7 qualification in education, social studies or related fields
  • Experience of working with young people both in groups and 1:1 key work.
  • Have an understanding of social and educational disadvantage and the needs of those who are at risk of early school leaving.
  • Must obtain Garda Vetting Clearance.
  • Candidates must have a clean driving license and use of a car.

Knowledge of:

  • The School Completion Programme and how it compliments other DEIS programmes and its partners within TUSLA’s Education Welfare Service.
  • The importance of following school and DES policy and practices particularly regarding record keeping, confidentiality and child protection.
  • IT skills, including email, word processing, spreadsheets, and database software.

Working Hours: 24 hours per week. Candidates must be available to work mornings.

Remuneration: Based on Point One of the City of Dublin Youth Service Board salary scale

To apply for post: 

Please forward Curriculum Vitae, Cover Letter and details of two referees via post to:
SCP Chairperson
Lower Crumlin School Completion Programme
Clogher Road Community College
Clogher Road
Crumlin
Dublin 12

Alternatively you may send your CV with Cover letter to lesley.byrne@clogher.cdetb.ie or sinead.haughian@clogher.cdetb.ie

Short listing will apply and only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Closing date: 27th January @ 5pm.

General Info

Date Entered/Updated
12th Jan, 2021
Region
Dublin 12
Expiry Date
27th Jan, 2021