Sorry, this job is now closed

Assistant LTI Co-Ordinator

Irish National Organisation of the UnemployedDublinPermanent

To assist in the provision of a high-quality Support and Training Service to the participants on our Building Futures programme.  To assist in the development of the programme by providing high quality admin, group, individual and advocate support to participants; deliver training and liaising with all stakeholders.

Duties and Responsibilities:·

  • To implement the project aims and objectives
  • To assist in the recruitment and selection of programme participants
  • To provide continuous support and guidance to participants
  • To design and deliver programmes leading to QQI awards
  • To identify and source potential internship/work placements
  • To assist in ongoing monitoring and evaluation of the Building Futures Initiative and related programmes.
  • To maintain an up-to-date record of all participants’ details, one to one’s, meetings etc.
  • To maintain an up-to-date record of all relevant training modules and materials
  • To liaise with a wide range of individuals, groups and Government departments in relation to the overall work of the project
  • To engage with relevant bodies regarding issues that may arise
  • To assist in the development and review of existing training materials and to produce new materials as required
  • In conjunction with the Training Manager and LTI Co-ordinator to continuously develop the position of Assistant LTI Co-ordinator to maximise effective and efficient delivery of the programme
  • To support the on-going Training Standards process as outlined by the CDETB for the INOU’s Building Futures Training Programme
  • To support strict adherence to the Assessment and Quality Assurance standards as required by the CDETB
  • To feedback to the INOU any issues of policy arising in training sessions and to liaise with relevant INOU staff on developing training programmes/policy


  • To attend all INOU staff and team meetings
  • To undertake any other duties as may be required

Selection Process

  • Application forms only
  • All completed applications to be returned by 29th May 2022

The closing date for applications is Sunday the 29th of May 2022

Before you go

Get the latest jobs in Dublin by email

By creating a job alert, you agree to our Terms. You can unsubscribe from these directly within the emails or as detailed in our terms.

Sorry, this job is now closed
Need help? Contact us
Cookies, Privacy and Terms©  2022