Finglas Youth Resource Centre: Youth Employability Support Worker (Part-Time)
The Finglas Youth Resource Centre (FYRC) is a community based Youth Service in Finglas. FYRC is an independent locally managed CLG with a Board of Management comprising of local community representatives and other service providers. We are now seeking to employ a skilled, dynamic worker for the following post;
Youth Employability Support Worker (Part-Time)
3 days (20 hours per week) to 31st December 2022.
This Youth Employability Role aims to support young people aged 15 to 24 years who are out of education/training/employment or who are in education but the fit isn’t working for them and they are experiencing difficulties.
The role will involve identifying, engaging & mentoring young people through the transition phases of their lives; it will support young people to develop the skills they need, through the provision of an individualised response to progress into employment or further education/training and to support them to remain in the course/job.
The role involves a multidisciplinary approach that will draw on the pre-existing internal resources of the Finglas Youth Resource Centre as well as the extended resources and supports within the young person’s community.
- An * NSETS recognised professionally endorsed qualification in Youth Work or Youth and Community Work
- Have worked with young people for two years full time in a youth work setting and have an equivalent professional Degree level qualification within the Education/Social Science/Youth Work or Community Work field.
Salary: CDYSB Youth Worker scale applies
To apply: Applicants must complete the designated Application Form and forward along with their curriculum vitae and a cover letter to arrive no later than 5pm on 15th December: to Rachel Kelly, Finglas Youth Resource Centre, Mellowes Road, Finglas, Dublin D11 P654. Ph: 01-8642595; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Interviews will take place on 20th Decemebr 2021
Please note: Emailed applications will be accepted.
Appointment will be subject to FYRC CLG receiving satisfactory Garda Vetting and reference checks.
Shortlisting will apply and a panel will be formed for our relief panel and future appointments.
This post is funded by the Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Intergration and Youth and the Dormant Accounts Fund. It is administered by the City of Dublin Youth Service Board.
FYRC CLG is an equal opportunities employer.