Ballymun Job Centre: Job Club Leader (Short-Term Contract)

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Ballymun Job Centre

The Ballymun Job Centre is recruiting for the following position:

JOB CLUB LEADER (Short-Term Contract)

The Organisation – Established in 1986 the Ballymun Job Centre Co-operative (BJC) is a local community focused, people centred, placement, career guidance and training organisation. Based on a culture of excellence and innovation, the BJC provides a range of services and programmes supported by local, national and European organisations.

Job Club - Funded by Department of Social Protection (DSP) Job Clubs provide training to assist participants who are ready for work, to develop skills, which they can use to find a job. This active, practical and participative process takes place under the guidance and supervision of the Job Club Leader. The aim of the Job Club is to enable people to plan, actively seek and achieve realistic work opportunities.

The Role of the Job Club Leader – The role of the Job Club Leader involves motivating and supporting participants to access employment by delivering formal sessions on job seeking skills and by the provision of one to one support. The Leader will develop the Job Club in line with the DSP operational guidelines. The Job Club Leader will be responsible for the maintenance of participant records and will provide progress reports on activities to DSP as required. The Leader will work closely with the DSP and LESN in the referral of clients.

The Person – the ideal person will have experience of recruiting and engaging the target group. The person should have the skills and experience to provide practical and personal support for participants on an individual and group basis. The person should have a good knowledge of the local business community and job opportunities as well as community and state agencies. He or she should be self-motivated with the capacity to work within a team and have excellent administration, interpersonal and communication skills. The job demands a performance-oriented individual who defines targets and results from both the qualitative and quantitative angle and can influence others.

Terms of Employment - This is a short-term contract and will end on 30th June 2022. It is a full time 39 hour per week role and a salary of between €34,782 and €38,924 is on offer.

Following shortlisting, successful candidates will be invited to attend for interview. Garda vetting will be required on appointment in line with BJC policy.

To apply - Please forward letter of application with CV by 5pm on Wednesday 20th October 2021 to:
Sandra Roche, HR Manager, Ballymun Job Centre, Ground Floor Civic Centre, Main Street Ballymun, Dublin 9 or email

The Ballymun Job Centre is an equal opportunities employer.

General Info

Date Entered/Updated
5th Oct, 2021
Dublin 9
Expiry Date
20th Oct, 2021