Permanent, Part-Time - 17.5 hours per week

Dublin South Citizens Information Service (DSCIS) currently have a vacancy of 17.5 hours per week for a permanent Information Officer (IO) post for its DLR offices. The post will be based in Dundrum CIC, some hours of work may be required in Dun Laoghaire CIC.

Part-Time (17.5 hours per week) permanent post

(Tuesday, 9am – 5pm; Wednesday, 9am – 12:30pm; Thursday, 9am – 5pm)

Dublin South DLR

(Dun Laoghaire & Dundrum)

Key tasks for the post include the direct delivery of information, advice, advocacy and referral services, and liaison with other service providers, both statutory and voluntary.

Excellent communication skills, a good level of research and IT skills, and a Leaving Certificate and/or equivalent of education are required. Ideally, applicants will also hold a higher-level qualification in relevant field of study, (e.g. social policy, human rights, social work/social care practice, legal qualification etc.), and / or substantial previous work experience in a busy information/advice/advocacy environment.

Applications must be made on the relevant application form and sent to:

DublinSouthRecruit@citinfo.ie

Closing date: 17:00 on Monday, 5th September 2022 (late applications will not be accepted).

A detailed job description and application form together with further information on CIS is attached.

Download the Application Form (docx) word document icon

Download the Information Booklet (pdf) pdf document icon

A panel of qualified candidates may be formed from which permanent, part-time Information Officer posts which arise in a specified period up to a maximum of 12 months will be filled, should vacancies arise in this period. Posts will be located in the Dublin South DLR region.

For details on how your personal data will be used as part of this process our Data Protection Notice for Job Applicants is available at:

http://www.citizensinformationboard.ie/en/data_protection/cib.html

Dublin South Citizens Information Service is an equal opportunities employer