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Current ISPCC Vacancies

 

There are currently two posts in recruitment in the ISPCC.

 

1. Child & Family Support Worker, Wicklow, Full-time.


2.Child & Family Network Co-Ordinator, Cavan, Maternity Cover,Full-time.

 
 

Child & Family Support Worker, Wicklow, Full-time.

 
We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced professional to become part of the ISPCC Services Team as a Child & Family Support Worker, Wicklow. This Role is funded by the East Coast Regional Drugs Task Force.
 
We are looking for a highly motivated and committed individual who can work on their own initiative and as part of a team.  If you are qualified with a relevant degree and experience, then we would love to hear from you.
Salary - €34,264.32 per annumn, 39 hours per week.
 
Interested candidates should send completed application forms to our HR Department by email (hrsupport@ispcc.ie ).
 
Should you feel you are suitably qualified and experienced, then please forward your completed application form to HRSupport@ispcc.ie by noon on Monday, 4th December, 2017. 
 
 
 

2. Child & Family Network Co-Ordinator, Cavan, Maternity Cover,Full-time.

 
We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced professional to become part of the ISPCC Services Team as a Child & Family Network Co-Ordinator, Cavan. This will be a specified purpose contract, working 39 hrs a week covering Maternity Leave. This role is funded by TUSLA.
 
We are looking for a highly motivated and committed individual who can work on their own initiative and as part of a team.  If you are qualified with a relevant degree and experience, then we would love to hear from you.
Annual Salary-  €34,264.32, pro-rata for the duration of this role.
 
Interested candidates should send completed application forms to our HR Department by email (hrsupport@ispcc.ie ).
 
 
Should you feel you are suitably qualified and experienced, then please forward your completed application form to HRSupport@ispcc.ie by noon on Monday, 4th December, 2017.