Hillview Resource Centre is recruiting an experienced Project Administrator to work part time from 2020. You will need relevant skills in financial accounting.
Follow the link (below) for how to make an application.
Hillview Community Resource Centre: Senior Room Leader – Early Years Service (Part-Time)
SENIOR ROOM LEADER (Early Years Service)
Hillview Community Resource Centre CLG is and independent not for profit organisation and we are recruiting a QQI 7/8 to act as Senior Room Leader for its Early Years setting. Hillview is a Family Resource Centre (FRC) working as part of the National Programmes of FRC’s in Ireland and is based in Ballinteer (Dublin 16). The role is currently a part time position in line with our current service requirements.
Purpose of the Role:
Take responsibility for ensuring high quality and best practice standards are maintained in the designated room and in the service, generally. This is a key supervisory position of accountability and responsibility. This role involves close co-operation with the Project Manager/Early Years Manager and the Early Years Practitioners in relation to the overall delivery of service provided by the Service. The post-holder should also understand the links between the service and the various activities provided by the service as part of the overall service management.
To apply for the position, complete the attached application form and questionnaire sheet and provide a covering letter outlining why you have applied for the position and what you can bring to the role.
Closing Date: 24th July 2019 (12 noon)
Interview Date: 29th July 2019
Salary: €23,400 per annum for a 25 hour week
Email for an application & job description: firstname.lastname@example.org
CV’s will not be accepted. Canvassing will disqualify candidates.
Hillview Resource Centre is an Equal Opportunities employer.
Hillview Resource Centre is taking names for their NVR course planned to start on Thursday 30th May at 6.30pm. The programme will be taking place at our outreach premises in Dundrum and will focus on discussion based sessions with parents who are experiencing violence from their child. If you would like to be included contact: Claire on 01 296 5025 or email her at email@example.com
NVR is a confidential support for parents.
On the 25th May General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is effective. Below is our new privacy statement in relation to subscribing for our eNewsletter (launching in Autumn) via this website:
Hillview Resource Centre and Ballinteer Community School joined up on Friday 16th March to provide TY students with a workshop on mental health & wellbeing. In addition See Change and Shout Out joined in with workshops around issues affecting young people and this provided an opportunity for students to discuss various issues with each other and feedback to the larger group. Niall Nolan from Tusla came to deliver a mindfulness taster, which helped the TY students relax after a busy morning. Hillview would like to thank the staff (especially John O’Donovan) and Dermot McCarthy who was our resident Counsellor for the morning and joined in on facilitating the workshops too; Dermot’s counselling service is based at Hillview on Thursday afternoons and his company is called ‘Inner Voice’ – check our Life Skills & Counselling page for more information.
Hillview will be offering a ‘Cool Dudes’ healthy eating course for children aged 9-12 years shortly. Contact Katie on 087 195 7419 to register! 🙂
Hillview completed training staff for the new Rainbows service. Rainbows a national organisation suspended programmes 2 years previously and have reviewed all their resources and content. The Project Manager, Development Worker, Early Years & Family Support Coordinator and Volunteer undertook training in preparation for the new Hillview programme starting in 2018.
(Pic: BCS Students taking part in a Hillview Resource Centre presentation and workshops)
The Project Manager and Early Years & Family Support Coordinator have undergone training with Tusla about ways to involve children & young people. The training was widely supported and lots of groups/professionals took part on the 28th September 2017. A follow up session takes place in November.
National Road Safety Day takes place on 21st September 2017. Drive safely and keep your speed down.
Wednesday 28th June 2017 at 12 noon – to give advice and show children how to brush their teeth properly. The aim of the visit is improved dental hygiene through age appropriate learning and fun!