Find out about vacancies in services in the NICDATF area.
SAOL Project, Dublin 1
Head of Services / Cocaine Worker
SAOL is seeking a full-time, dynamic, creative and forward-thinking Head of Services for the Project. We need someone who is committed to trauma informed practice and who promotes the role of the service participant at all levels of the organisation; we also want someone inspired by community education and passionate about feminism.
Please forward your completed application form to
firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on Friday 1st November 2019.
Drugs Project, Dublin 1 & 7
Project Worker Full Time Position
(initially for a 12 month contract)
The successful candidate will be responsible for the delivery of Chrysalis services in the North Inner City Area in line with the current HSE enhancement of services. They will ensure that the needs of our client are efficiently and effectively met enabling them to move through the recovery process.
This position will be based 3 days in Chrysalis, Manor St. and 2 days in the Inclusion Health Hub, Summerhill, Dublin 1 initially.
Details on the role can be found on Activelink.
Closing date for applications will be Friday 18th October 2019 at 4pm, short listing may apply.
Crinan Youth Project, Dublin 1
Outreach Worker - Evening Post
Crinan Youth Project is a drug treatment programme for 14-21 year olds with drug and/or alcohol problems, working from a social change model and through the use of ACRA (adolescent community reinforcement approach) to empower young people to address their substance use and change their lifestyle.
Crinan is seeking an Outreach Worker. Full details about the role can be found here.
Curriculum Vitae and Letter of Application should be forwarded by email: FAO: Gemma Collins to email@example.com to arrive not later than Monday 21st OCTOBER 2019 at 5pm.
Dublin City Council, North East Inner City
Intercultural Development Coordinator (Temporary 1 year)
Dublin City Council recruiting for Intercultural Development Coordinator (Temporary 1 year) to help promote & implement best intercultural practice across services and organisations in Dublin’s North East Inner City.
Full details of the role and how to apply can be found on the Dublin City Council website.
Applications must be submitted before Midnight on Thursday, 7th November 2019.