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About Northside Partnership

Northside Partnership is a Local Development Company working with individuals and communities in northeast Dublin to bring about positive changes in their own lives and the life of their community.

A registered Charity we work to improve opportunities for people experiencing poverty and disadvantage and offer a range of programmes and services to support individuals, local organisations and communities across the Northside Partnership catchment.  Our key beneficiaries include long-term unemployed people, early school leavers, those living with addiction issues, disadvantaged families, lone parents, Travellers and people living with disabilities.

Operating from four locations we provide a range of services including the Local Employment Service, Tús Community Work Placement Programme, Enterprise Support, Education and Career Guidance, Family Support, and governance and capacity-building support to local community groups.  Applications are welcome from those who meet the essential criteria as outlined within the job description and person specification attached.

Northside Partnership is committed to implementing an Advantaged Thinking approach that focuses on identifying, developing and investing in the skills, capabilities and assets of the people we work with.

Local Community Development Coordinator (0.8 FTE)

Northside Partnership wishes to employ a Local Community Development Coordinator. This role contributes to the Social Inclusion Community Activation Programme (SICAP) 2024 – 2028). The Local Development Coordinator works in partnership with other teams and supports Northside Partnership and across the wider community to support those most at risk of poverty and social exclusion. This work is underpinned by a Community Development approach and seeks to build coalitions of like-minded groups and stakeholders in promoting social inclusion and in addressing poverty and inequality.
Through the North Dublin Children and Young Peoples Services Committee (CYPSC), Northside Partnership was resourced to set up a contact centre to work with people under international protection including Ukrainians. These supports will include community connections, employment support, family and young people support services and will oversee a programme budget to deliver on the actions listed, these can include vouchers for individuals that require support, payment for transport, workshops, back-to-school expenses, venue hire, and programme costs.

Job Description

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, Monday 19th of March 2024
Northside Partnership is an equal opportunities employer