EU Project and Training Coordinator

Redial Partnership
8 New Cabra Road
Dublin, DUBLIN D07 T1W2

Job Start Date
Manages Others
Experience Required
Degree Required
To €30,000
Per Year    
Employment Type
Work Schedule
Full-Time Permanent
Travel Required

Job Description
  • Salary: 30000.00 Euro Annually
  • Hours per week: 39
 Responsible for the development, coordination and delivery of the Erasmus and other EU lifelong learning and skills development programmes within Redial alongside partners/sister organisation. An essential component of the work of the Transnational Programme Management team; contributing to both Erasmus partnerships at a transnational and local level focusing on themes including the social inclusion of people with mental health issues and disabilities, young people, ex-offenders, migrants and refugees, and older people. The role will involve extensive European travel and also working in satellites across the City Region and in our sister organisation in the United Kingdom. Duties & Responsibilities 1) To be responsible for the effective day-to-day coordination and implementation of Redial’s transnational programme of activities, working with colleagues in the Transnational programme team at Redial and with partner organisations. 2) To build partnerships and collaborate with public, private and voluntary sector/social enterprises to meet the organisational and project objectives of Redial at a local, national and European level. 3) Delivery of financial and administrative information and progress reports to Erasmus Lead Partners, Chief Executive and where appropriate funders, periodically as required. 4) Pilot non-accredited new Erasmus training packages and other EU activity including focus groups and other forms of participative consultation. This will be done using a variety of instructional techniques and formats such as role playing, simulations, team exercises, group discussions, videos and lectures on programmes including Erasmus and other EU programmes. 5) Organise, facilitate and deliver training across EU partnerships 6) Monitor, evaluate and record Erasmus training, products and results as require alongside Redial colleagues. 7) Assess training needs of learners through surveys, interviews, focus groups, and/or consultation with managers, trainers or employment support staff at local and EU partnership level. 8) Conduct desk-based research to identify innovative and inspiring practices in relation to Erasmus projects. 9) Publicise and disseminate project information and results for Erasmus+ projects and other Redial projects as required. 10) Devise programmes to support learners maximise their potential and realise their potential alongside colleagues and partners 11) Design, plan, organise and direct orientation and training for peer mentors and staff across the partnership. 12) Develop, procure and manage sub-contractors and partners to deliver meet the training and learning needs of participants 13) Recruit and support new volunteers through European Solidarity Corps Por
Redial Partnership
Nicola Daley
8 New Cabra Road
Dublin DUBLIN D07 T1W2