Cultural Support Ireland (CSI) is an agency providing culturally supportive services to migrant children and families primarily in Dublin and Cork regions. CSI will work in collaboration with TUSLA, Guardian Ad Litem and District Courts to provide cultural support and information to migrant families who are experiencing child protection interventions.
CSI are seeking applications for the posts of Cultural Mediators. Successful applicants will be placed on a panel from which future appointments will be made. The panel will be valid for twelve months (link to ActiveLink job post here)
Candidates must be educated to degree level in the area of Mediation, Counseling, Social Care, Social Work or other relevant. Candidates should have experience providing cultural support and information to migrant families. Additional qualifications in provision of cultural supports will be a distinct advantage.
CVs along with cover letters should be forwarded to email@example.com until 4th of September 2015. These are voluntary positions with prospects of employment, depending on availability of funding.
Cultural Support Ireland is an initiative of New Communities Partnership, a national umbrella organization providing information and support to new communities groups and individuals in Ireland.
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