Recruitment

FESTIVAL ARTS CAMPAIGN ARE RECRUITING FOR A
COMMUNITY EMPLOYMENT SUPERVISOR

CLOSING DATE: FRI 26 MAY, 2017 – 5PM.

 

Job Details

  • Job category: Staff supervisor
  • Company: FESTIVAL ARTS CAMPAIGN LIMITED
  • Primary Location: Cork City, Cork City, County Cork, Ireland
  • Start date: 07/08/2017
  • Working Hours: Full-Time
  • Contract type: Permanent
  • Number of Positions: 1
  • Career level: Managerial
  • Salary: 33259.00 – 40170.00 Euro Annually
  • Hours per week: 39

Candidate Requirements

Essential:

  • Minimum Experience Required (Years) : 3 Years of Staff supervisor Experience
  • Minimum Qualification : Level 6 (incl Higher Advanced Certificate & National Craft Certificate)

Desirable:

  • Ability Skills: Communications, Interpersonal Skills
  • Competency Skills: Management, Priority Planning, Teamwork
  • Additional Skills: Any Additional Skills
  • Specialising In: CE Scheme supervision, HR, payroll administration

In Making your application

  • In making your application:
  • Include an up to date CV
  • Include a covering letter outlining why you are the person for the job
  • Send these to recruitment@triskelartscentre.ie by 5pm 26 May 2017

Job Description & Skills Required

The Community Employment Supervisor will be responsible for the day-to-day running of the Community Employment Scheme headquartered in Triskel Arts Centre in Cork. The Scheme involves up to 24 participants across Triskel and 5 other organisations.

Key responsibilities will include:

  • Supervision for all aspects of the scheme.
  • Administration of the Scheme for audit purposes.
  • Recruitment/selection of CE staff to meet these needs, drawing up job descriptions and specifications, advertising positions, interviewing and conducting reference checks.
  • Maintenance of all staff records, including contracts, timesheets and leave records. Operation of Micropay Payroll System. Operation of DSP Computerised Accounts system.
  • Management of Materials and Training Budgets.
  • Identifying training needs and establishing a training plan/personal action plan for all who engage with the scheme, researching and scheduling appropriate training courses, reviewing training etc.
  • Maintenance/updating of all project related files, digital and hard copy, including Individual Learner Plans for participants.
  • Maintenance of wages, materials and training records and administration of relevant budgets. Ongoing supervision and support to participants in relation to placement responsibilities and further employment and development opportunities.
  • Engagement with relevant personnel in in sponsor organisations.

Candidates must have a Major Award at 3rd level (NFQ Level 6 or higher) in relevant areas (HR, Business-Financial Administration, Adult Education/Training or related areas). A minimum of 3 years experience of working in a supervisory or training capacity is essential. IT, Financial and Administration skills and Experience is essential. Previous experience of supporting unemployed people to secure employment is an advantage.

The Candidate will be working within a busy and vibrant Arts Centre, that operates days, nights, weekends, and public holidays and consequently will be expected to be available to work some evenings and some weekends.