Northside Partnership: Coordinator, Early Years Programme




Preparing for Life is a comprehensive Early Intervention and Prevention programme based in Northside Partnership. We support parents, Early Childhood Educators and teachers to use evidence-based approaches to help children achieve their full potential. We work from pregnancy through childhood with families, health services, Early Years Services, and primary Schools.

Northside Partnership is committed to implementing an Advantaged Thinking approach which focuses on identifying, developing, and investing in the skills, capabilities, and assets of the people we work with. We are currently seeking an experienced and dynamic Early Years Professional to lead the Early Years Support and Mentoring Programme.

The Early Years Programme is designed to build the capacity and confidence of Early Childhood Educators and through this, to create a solid base for enhancing the learning of young children attending Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) Settings. The programme builds on local community strengths and is responsive to community needs.

The role of the Early Years Coordinator is to ensure the continued implementation of Early Years Support in the North Dublin area. Working closely with the PFL Manager, the PFL team and the Northside Partnership Team, the Coordinator will contribute to the strategic development of the programme to create a formal programme manual of resources and materials to facilitate the expansion of the programme to other areas.

This is a permanent contract, subject to funding. Please see attached for a details job description and person specification.

To apply please on the link below. Please select the appropriate position from the drop-down list, complete the form and upload a CV and Cover letter.


Closing date: 5:00 pm, 7th July 2022
Northside Partnership is an equal opportunities employer

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General Info

Date Entered/Updated
21st Jun, 2022
Coolock, Dublin 17
Expiry Date
7th Jul, 2022