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Staff Officer Grade 5 - 2 Year Fixed Term (Finance Department)

POST:

 

ACTING STAFF OFFICER G5 - Finance

Nature of Employment:

Specific Purpose contract in accordance with DES sanctioned General Conditions of Employment.

 

Reporting to:

Assistant Principal Officer Finance

 

Job Summary/ Purpose:

The Staff Officer will be expected to carry out a broad range of activities and undertake responsibility for a range of high level administrative and organisational support services.

 

WORKING CONDITIONS

Salary Grade :

Staff Officer Grade 5 

 

Salary Scale :

€42,777–€48,221 p.a.

Long service Increment 1, €49,798 after three years satisfactory service at the maximum.

Long Service Increment 2, €51,373 after six years satisfactory service at the maximum.

 

 

 

Note: The functions and responsibilities assigned to this position are based on the current stated role and objectives of DDLETB these may alter in line with any change in the role and objectives of the ETB.

HOW TO APPLY

Applications should be made via the official application form.  All sections of the application form must be fully completed.

 

Closing Date:

Your application should be submitted via ETBvacancies.ie not later than 12.00 noon on Friday 6th March 2020.

Applications will not be accepted after this date.

 

A panel may be created for a period of six months from which future vacancies may be filled. 

 

Dublin and Dun Laoghaire ETB is an equal opportunity employer.  Recruitment to posts within the ETB is on the basis of qualifications and the ability to carry out the responsibilities of the grade or post

Dublin and Dun Laoghaire ETB Administrative Offices, 1 Tuansgate, Belgard Square East, Tallaght, Dublin 24

Clerical Officer Grade III (Part-Time) - South East Adult Education Services (Loughlinstown)

POST:

Clerical Officer

Nature of Employment:

Permanent Part-time Contract (18.5 hours per week Monday to Friday) in accordance with General Conditions of Employment. 

Job Location:

Adult Education Service South East Region, (position based in Loughlinstown Training Centre) or other such place designated as appropriate by the Board.

The Organisation:

Dublin and Dun Laoghaire Education and Training Board is a statutory local education authority operating under the terms of the Education and Training Boards Act 2013.  The Board provides mainstream educational programmes to schools and colleges as well as providing a wide range of adult and community programmes.  The Board’s educational remit extends from Balbriggan in the north of the county to Lucan in the west, to Dun Laoghaire in the south.

Reporting to:

Adult Education Officer

Job Summary/ Purpose:

The Clerical Officer will assist the Adult Education Officer in the provision of an efficient and confidential service to students, staff, ETB Head Office, the Department of Education & Skills and any other agencies.

WORKING CONDITIONS

Salary Scale :

 

€23,999 p.a. - €39,794 p.a.

Salary Scale

Probation :

The probationary period will be six months.  An officer of the ETB, Local Authority, Institute of Technology or Health Board who has already served a probationary period should not, on transfer or promotion, be required to serve a further probationary period.

Superannuation :

Membership of the ETB Superannuation Scheme and of the ETB’s Spouses and Children’s Scheme is automatic and compulsory.

Annual Leave :

22 days per annum pro rata. This leave is on the basis of a five day week and is exclusive of the usual public holidays. Holidays must be taken at times to coincide with school holidays and by prior agreement with the Adult Education Officer.

Expenses:

The ETB does not pay expenses for the purpose of attending for interview or taking up employment.

Medical :

A candidate who is not already in permanent employment of the ETB will be required, prior to appointment, complete a pre medical questionnaire.

Dublin and Dun Laoghaire Education and Training Board is an equal opportunity employer.  Recruitment to posts within the Board is on the basis of qualifications and the ability to carry  out the responsibilities of the grade or post.

 

Co. Dublin, Ireland

Woodwork - Youthreach Resource Person - YES Centre

Primary Function:

The role of the Youthreach Resource Person is to provide learning and administrative support, as appropriate and teach subject specialism.  Assess students’ learning needs, design and implement programme plans based on these individual needs.  Engage with the planning, implementation and evaluation of the programme at classroom and centre level and maintain a positive and co-operative working relationship with centre coordinator, other members of staff, students and the wider community.

Remuneration:

The remuneration offered is the Youthreach Resource scale plus allowance where appropriate as determined by the regulations of the Department of Education & Skills.

 

Location:  YES Centre, Clondalkin

Subject AreaWoodwork

Unit 1A, Weatherwell Business Park, Neilstown Rd, Neillstown, Dublin D22 Y273

Maths - Youthreach Resource Person

Primary Function:

The role of the Youthreach Resource Person is to provide learning and administrative support, as appropriate and teach subject specialism.  Assess students’ learning needs, design and implement programme plans based on these individual needs.  Engage with the planning, implementation and evaluation of the programme at classroom and centre level and maintain a positive and co-operative working relationship with centre coordinator, other members of staff, students and the wider community.

Remuneration:

The remuneration offered is the Youthreach Resource scale plus allowance where appropriate as determined by the regulations of the Department of Education & Skills.

 

Location:  Various locations in Dublin

Subject AreaMaths

Dublin, Ireland

Catering - Youthreach Resource Person

Primary Function:

The role of the Youthreach Resource Person is to provide learning and administrative support, as appropriate and teach subject specialism.  Assess students’ learning needs, design and implement programme plans based on these individual needs.  Engage with the planning, implementation and evaluation of the programme at classroom and centre level and maintain a positive and co-operative working relationship with centre coordinator, other members of staff, students and the wider community.

Remuneration:

The remuneration offered is the Youthreach Resource scale plus allowance where appropriate as determined by the regulations of the Department of Education & Skills.

 

LocationVarious locations in Dublin 

Subject AreaCatering

Dublin, Ireland