Bray Area Partnership is seeking applications for two posts for the new SPECS Initiative in Bray: an Early Years Quality Mentor and an Administration & Communications Worker.
SPECS stands for Supporting Parents and Early Childhood Services. Bray Area Partnership is the lead body in a consortium of local community projects and statutory agencies (inc. WCCC) who developed the SPECS Initiative, which will focus on evidence-based early intervention and prevention work with families to achieve better outcomes for children.
The initiative is funded under the Government’s Area Based Childhood (ABC) Programme, with co-funding from the Dept. of Children and Youth Affairs and Atlantic Philanthropies.
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Candidates should email a CV and letter of application outlining relevant experience by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, to arrive by 5pm on Sunday 12th April 2015. Short-listing may apply.