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Resource Worker for AMEL Project (Access for Migrants through Education and Learning)

The CDETB Youth and Education Service for Refugees and Migrants (YES) is seeking to recruit a Resource Worker for their Access for Migrants through Education and Learning. (AMEL) Project.

 

The AMEL project is co-funded by the European Commission under the Asylum Migration Fund 2014 -2020 and is supported by Department of Children, Disability, Equality, Integration and Youth, and the City of Dublin ETB.

 

The AMEL project supports refugee and migrant learners, including unaccompanied minors, aged 16 to 24, and in particular those from educationally disadvantaged backgrounds.

 

It also provides support to post-primary schools with EAL (English as an Additional Language) learners. The post is a Fixed Term Contract from January 2021 to September 2022.

 

Click HERE to download Application form and Memorandum of Information.

 

Completed application forms should be submitted by email to: applications@cdetb.ie by 12 noon on Wednesday 6th January 2021

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