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The School Completion Programme (SCP) is a TUSLA funded programme that aims to have a significant positive impact on levels of young people’s attendance, participation, and retention in primary and second level schools and on numbers of pupils who successfully complete the Senior Cycle, or equivalent.

About the School Completion Programme in Dublin 11:

This Programme works with children and young people in four primary and three post-primary schools in the Dublin 9 and 11 areas. We work with students, their families and the community to encourage students to reach their full potential, and prevent early school leaving in the educational system. We aim to achieve this by providing a range of supports to our students, supporting them to achieve equality of access, participation and outcomes from education.

The Position:

The Project Worker will work as part of a team within Ballymun Anseo SCP, providing support for students in school, after school and during holiday time.

The Person:

Candidates should have a relevant qualification and experience in one or more of the following fields: education, psychology, social science, social care, youth/community work or related discipline. The candidate should have at least 3 years’ experience of working in School Completion Programme as a project worker.

Duties:
• Working with individual children/young people and small groups of children/young people who have been targeted for mentoring & support through the Ballymun Anseo SCP programme.
• Planning and delivering programmes of work appropriate to identified needs of the various students or groups you will engage with.
• Working closely with the staff of various schools and agencies involved in the programme, in relation to planning, implementing and evaluating all programmes.
• Maintaining records of all your work.
• Reporting regularly to the Programme Co-ordinator and the SCP Management Committee.
• Undertaking any other work relevant to the development of the programme as may arise.
Requirements:
• Relevant third level qualification in education, psychology, social science, social care, youth/community work or related discipline.
• 3 years’ experience working in School Completion Programme.
• Thorough knowledge of educational disadvantage.
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Desirable:
• Experience of developing tailor-made programmes for young people.
• Additional training in evidence-based programmes or in programmes complementary to the goals of the School Completion Programme.
• Own transport.

Location: Based in Ballymun Anseo SCP, CDETB, Ballymun Road, Dublin 11. The work outlined will be carried out at the various schools within the cluster area.
Hours: 37 hours
Type of Contract: One year fixed term contract commencing in January 2019 (with the possibility of extension subject to funding).
Salary: The salary will be in-line with the CDYSB Youth Work Scale.

In accordance with The National Vetting Bureau (Children and Vulnerable Persons) Acts 2012 to 2016 e-vetting will be a requirement for the successful candidate.

Application is by CV and cover letter. Please send all applications to recruitmentbascp@gmail.com
or post to: SCP Coordinator, Ballymun Anseo SCP, CDETB, Ballymun Road, Dublin 11.

The closing date for application is Wednesday 19th December 2018 at 5pm.

Interviews are expected to take place during the week of the 7th January 2019.
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