The Genesis Programme: Job Opportunities for New ADHD Changing Lives Initiative
The Genesis Programme (lead agency – Louth Leader Partnership) have job opportunities for the new ADHD Changing Lives Initiative. More details below.
The ADHD Changing Lives Initiative is a significant new partnership operating across both parts of Ireland and Western Scotland, which has received funding until May 2020 through the European Union’s INTERREG VA Programme (with matching funding from the Northern Ireland Executive, Irish and Scottish governments).
The initiative proposes to tackle the challenges associated with children aged 3-7 years who are at risk of an ADHD diagnosis, by raising awareness and providing behavioural training and support to parents and professionals. Developing stronger shared practice across different regions and rigorously measuring its impact will be key aspects of the initiative.
ADHD Changing Lives is being delivered across County Louth, Colin/West Belfast, and the Argyll & Bute region in Scotland. Partners in the initiative are Archways (lead partner), Dundalk Institute of Technology, The Genesis Programme (Louth Leader Partnership), Colin Neighbourhood Partnership and NHS Highland.
As part of this initiative The Genesis Programme (lead agency – Louth Leader Partnership) now wishes to recruit the following posts which will be based in Dundalk:
- Local Coordinator
- Programme Facilitators (2 full-time posts / 1 part-time post)
- Data & Communications Officer (part-time)
Job Descriptions and other information relating to the above positions, including the Application Form (DO NOT SUBMIT CVs), can be accessed BY CLICKING HERE. Please note that if you wish to apply for more than one of the positions available you must submit a separate Application Form for each post.
The closing date for receipt of completed Application Forms for all positions is Friday 7th July 2017 at 4pm. Please email to email@example.com and include the Job Title for which you are applying in the subject line. You should also include a covering letter detailing your suitability for the position you are applying for. Interviews are scheduled for week beginning 24th July 2017.
This project is supported by the European Union’s INTERREG VA Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB)