ELI Researcher and ELI National Centre Assistant Director
- ELI Researcher, Research Administrator and Research Assistant.
- Director/Assistant Directors of Early Learning Initiative.
- ELI’s Dublin’s Inner-City (DIC) and National Centre (NC) teams.
- National College of Ireland.
- Stakeholders in the local community, including parents, children and practitioners
- Tusla Child and Family agency, statutory agencies, corporate organisations, community partners and other funders
- To facilitate interns to develop their personal and professional skills.
- To create a safe, positive working environment for interns.
- To facilitate interns to become active in their local community.
- Support the Research Team in the internal research and evaluation activities of DIC/NC programmes
- Support the Research team in the collection, collation and analysis of qualitative and quantitative data
- Support the Research Team in the administration of records, reports and/or test data
- Support the Research Team with the maintenance of a database of participants, children, parents and families in DIC/NC programmes
- Work closely with the ELI Research, DIC/NC teams and NCI IT Department to support the coordination the implementation of all research and evaluation processes/systems, including Evasys system.
- Support the Research Team to build capacity of DIC/NC teams to participate in research activities and contribute to ELI research goals and strategy.
- Support in the dissemination of learnings from DIC/NCprogrammes papers, conferences, presentations and other relevant stakeholder platforms.
- Assisting in the creation and posting of social media content for the Research Team.
- Liaise with key stakeholders, including ABC Consortium, Tusla, ELI funders, other Departments within NCI in relation to the ABC/Docklands and National Centre research activities.
- Other appropriate research and administrative activities as needed.
- Any other duties as assigned by the ELI Researcher, and/or Director/Assistant Director.
- The successful candidate must be a student of the National College of Ireland throughout their contract (autumn 2023 to summer 2024
- Excellent administrative and organisational skills.
- Excellent IT skills in Ms Excel Ms Word.
- Experience of SPSS and other relevant research packages.
- Experience creating engaging content for social media platforms (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, ResearchGate).
- Professional interest in education and family based learning.
- Ability to work closely with marginalised families and have an understanding of the issues of marginalization.
- Ability to deal effectively with a wide variety of college personnel, community stakeholders and other outside individuals/organizations.
- Good time management skills with the ability to produce results to deadlines.
- Ability to operate as a team player in a cross disciplinary, integrated team, sharing roles and responsibilities.
- Flexible approach to work as hours will vary.
- Ability to work remotely (reliable internet access and working space).
- An energetic, confident and pro-active individual with strong interpersonal and communication skills
€12.70 hourly rate
8% of hours worked
12 months Fixed-term contract
Part - time
National College of Ireland’s mission is to widen participation in higher education and unlock each student's potential. The College offers students the opportunity to acquire the skills and self-confidence to change their lives, contribute to a knowledge based economy and become responsible, active citizens.
Internal applicants only
To apply please e-mail your cover letter and CV both in PDF format ONLY, quoting reference number NCI 1041 to: firstname.lastname@example.org by 5:00 pm, 26th of May 2023.
Note: The functions and responsibilities assigned to the ELI Research intern are based on the current stated role and objectives of the ABC/ELI/National Centre Programmes and the College. These functions and responsibilities may alter in line with any change in the role and objectives of the ABC/ELI/National Centre Programme and NCI.
The successful applicant will be subject to Garda Vetting and must not have any convictions under the Sex Offenders Act 2001.
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