Reports to EU Programme Co-ordinator
Working hours 2.5 Days per week for 8 months
The Equal Access Project is a 2 year project co-funded by DG_JUST under the Rights Equality and Citizenship Programme. The Project, which commences on 1 February 2021, seeks to build the capacity of advocates to represent claimants on the Race, Ethnicity and Traveller Community Grounds on Employment Equality Acts and Equal Status Acts befoe the Workplace Relations Commission. It also seeks to test whether the Race Directive as implemented into Irish law is an effective remedy. The Project is being co-ordinated by FLAC working with Project Partner INAR.
Key areas of responsibility
The Purpose of the role is to design and secure accreditation for a Skills Development programme for Advocates which will build their capacity to represent claimants on the Race, Ethnicity and Traveller Community Grounds on the Employment Equality Acts and Equal Status Acts before the Workplace Relations Commission. The purpose of the role is to design a training programme which will upskill advocates taking cases before the Workplace Relations Commission.
The Skills Development Co-ordinator will work with Equality Experts from the Project Management team and subcontractors who have expertise in training programme design. The Skills Development Co-ordinator will recruit participants for the programme and plan the programme through blended learning, with programme manuals and webinars which will be available beyond the period of the programme. The Skills Development Co-ordinator will work with a Training Centre/ Institution to obtain accreditation for the programme. The Skills Development Coordinator will seek accreditation for the programme and will undertake the following:
Main Duties and Responsibilities:
QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND COMPETENCIES
The successful candidate will have:
Terms and Conditions
This position is offered on a fixed-term contract approximately 2.5 days per week or 10 days per month for 8 months from 1 February 2021.
This Job Description may be adjusted to accommodate requirements of the EU_JUST Rights Equality and Citizenship Programme and FLAC.
Salary is commensurate with experience.
Hours of Work
The hours of work for this role will be c. 17.5 hours or 2.5 day week. Hours will be flexible.
Please send CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org , setting out how you meet the criteria for this position by close of business on 8 January 2021.
Interviews will take place during week of 18th January 2021.