Cultúr is seeking to employ a qualified Community development worker on a part-time basis for 36 months to assist in the delivery of the Social Connection and Inclusion Project (SCIP). Funded through the EU Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF). The overall aim of this project is to strengthen economic and social integration of TCNs and migrants through employment initiatives and social inclusion activities. It also aims to improve social relations among statutory bodies and voluntary organisations working with and delivering services to TCNs in Co Meath.
The successful candidate must have:
- Degree in Community Development
- Minimum of 3 years post-qualification professional experience
- Proven track record of working with communities of interest/minority groups using community work approaches.
- Experience working as part of a team and on own initiative
- Excellent communication skills – both written and oral and excellent report writing skills
- Good working knowledge of Microsoft office and other relevant computer applications
- Experience of policy work, networking / interagency working within the community development sector
- Commitment to Equality, Human Rights and Diversity
Clear understanding and analysis of migration and integration issues and national infrastructure, including current issuesApplying for this positionTo apply, please fill the attached application form and email to [email protected] or by post to Tinu Achioya Cultúr Migrant Centre, Ground Floor, St. Anne’s Resource Centre Railway St. Navan Co. Meath. Full job description is available here or www.cultur.ie .
Closing date for receipt of application is 5 pm Thursday 10th January 2020.
To celebrate human rights day 2019 Cultur is looking to hear your thoughts, we want to know your hopes and fears for human rights in a modern Ireland. Cultur will host 2 stands in County Meath. From 10am to 2.00pm on human rights day 10/12/2019 we will be located in Navan and Ashbourne shopping centres. We will have information and an opportunity for you to leave your thoughts and ideas of Human rights heading into the next decade. Call over to us say hello and be a #Human rights ambassador.
Meath Job Fair
On the 11th of September Cultur and Meath Partnership hosted the “Meath Job Fair” in The Trim Castle Hotel.
As part of our socio-economic integration work Cultúr Migrant Centre and Meath Partnership have been working on the NetWORK project, a project that focuses on supporting migrant women to gain employability skills. The NetWORK Project has provided comprehensive life and job ready skills training that equipped over 115 female refugees and migrants over the course of 2 years with the skills required to succeed in Ireland.
The Job fair was open to the public and approximately 112 people were in attendance. During the day, attendees had a unique opportunity to meet with recruitment agencies and potential employers from various organisations all in the same room. Some of the attendees also had their CV looked at by job coaches and for those interested in setting up their own businesses, mentors were available to offer a free service.
At the conclusion of the job fair up to 20 attendees had met with a job coach for one to one support discussed employment opportunities with up to 15 potential employers.
The NetWORK Project was approved by Government with the support of the Dormant Accounts Fund.
Meath County Council and Meath PPN in partnership with Cultur Migrant Centre will host a family-friendly Taste of Africa Event in Claremont Stadium, Navan on Saturday the 15th of June to mark Africa Day 2019. Be part of the celebration and join in the activities which will include:
- African Drum Workshops
- African fashion & Art
- Cultural & music performances
- Food from African cultures
- Kidz Zone
Guest speakers and much more.
For more information on the Meath Africa Day event please contact Tinu on [email protected] or telephone 046 9093120
March is the month of raising awareness about racism globally. This year Cultúr will be hosting an Anti-Racism Event on the 21st of March @ 11am – 3pm.
As part of their integration work, Cultur and Meath Partnership secured funding from the Dormant Account Funds and partnered in delivering a programme aimed at addressing the barriers to employment experienced by migrant women in county Meath. The Net-WORK project was delivered through practical, hands on, integrative, accredited and non-accredited support and training programmes that enhanced the skills of women with leave to remain or refugee status to stay and progress in employment. These included soft skills training cultural awareness in the work place and job activation skills.
The certificate Awards Ceremony held in the Pillo hotel in Ashbourne on the 19 of December 2108 was to recognise and celebrate the incredible participants achievements from the year as well as taking time to reflect on the exceptional achievements for all those who have returned to work. It was a real honour to be able to celebrate and applaud all their efforts on this evening.