Greystones Family Resource Centre is recruiting for Two Ukrainian Community Support Workers
Reporting to: Development Workers from Greystones Family Resource Centre (GFRC)
Location: Greystones and surrounding areas
Closing Date: Friday 2nd June 2023
Part-time sessional work 14 hours (2 days) per week for an 8 week period during June – August. The hourly rate is €15 per hour. Given the nature of the position, it might be necessary to work outside the standard hours and flexibility may be required occassionally.
Main Job Function:
The successful candidates will act as a coordinator and support worker as part of a team to provide supports and help deliver family activities.
The core purpose of the role is to engage with Ukrainian families, particularly those most isolated and living with Irish families or on their own.
Principal duties and responsibilities:
Engage in outreach community development work with Ukrainian refugees in the wider Greystones area, particularly those most isolated.
Identify the current needs of the Ukrainian community living in Ireland.
Provide translation if needed.
Support their engagement to avail of supports and training available.
Coordinate a working group to deliver activities for children and families during the summer and other holiday periods.
Adhere to the policies and working practise of Greystones Family Resource Centre, ensuring strict adherence to them at all times
Work as part of the team and contribute to the work involved in achieving the outcomes of the funding for this work.
Answerable to Development team of Greystones Family Resource Centre.
The above duties and responsibilities are not intended to be a complete list of all duties involved and the post holder may be required to perform other duties as appropriate to the post.
For more information and to apply, send CV and cover letter by 5pm on Friday 2nd June 2023 to Rebecca Lowbridge at firstname.lastname@example.org or post to Greystones Family Resource Centre. Unit 10, Charlesland, Greystones, Co Wicklow A63 AK52
Funded by the Community Foundation of Ireland and supported by Bray Area Parternship