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11 December, 2015 - 10:17

JOB OPPORTUNITY WITH CIP

 

P/T YOUTH SUPPORT WORKER – Oasis STEP-UP Programme

 

Contract         -  1st Feb 2016 -  30th June 2016

Salary             -  £8.48 per hour    Hours 16 per week

Closure date  -  12pm 21st Dec 2015

 

CIP seeks to recruit a Youth Support Worker who will assist in the delivery of personal development, educational and inclusive projects, using media, sport, music and related social activities, at school and community venues in Craigavon. 

 

A full Job description and application forms may be obtained from Jobs & Benefits Office 140 Jervis Street Portadown BT62  3BZ

 

Should an electronic application be required contact the CIP Centre -  info@cipni.com - or Tel 028 3839 3372

 

This post is supported by BIG LOTTERY Youth Empowerment Programme

30 September, 2014 - 10:36
21 March, 2013 - 23:42

Seagoe Hotel in Portadown was the venue for a briefing on Youth Unemployment organised by CURBS, of which CIP is lead partner

14 February, 2013 - 22:18

Language & cultural Classes recommence at Craigavon Community Hub. Portuguese classes delivered by Carolina start Monday 18th Feb 6.30-8.30pm  Polish classes start Wed 20 Feb 6-30-8.30pm with Wojciech

 

14 February, 2013 - 22:18

Language & cultural Classes recommence at Craigavon Community Hub. Portuguese classes delivered by Carolina start Monday 18th Feb 6.30-8.30pm  Polish classes start Wed 20 Feb 6-30-8.30pm with Wojciech

 

14 February, 2013 - 09:58

 

CIP is partnering with the Polish Saturday School and the Irish Congress of Trade Unions in the delivery of an Employment Rights Clinic for members of the Polish Community at Lurgan Campus on Saturday 16th Feb starting 9.30. The clinic will be held at Lurgan Campus, Southern Regional College.    

 

Irlandzki Kongres Związków Zawodowych i Craigavon Intercultural Programme zapraszają na:

spotkanie Informacyjne

‘Twoje Prawa w miejscu pracy’

†Wprowadzenie do praw pracowniczych dla pracowników zagranicznych w Irlandii Północnej

§  Płaca i warunki zatrudnienia

§  Czas pracy – przerwy i urlopy

§  Praca i rodzina

§  Bezpieczeństwo i higiena pracy

§  Dyskryminacja I prześladowanie w miejscu pracy

§  Prawo do wstąpienia do związków zawodowych

 

†Uczestnicy będą mieli okazję spotkać się z przedstawicielem związków zawodowych, Kasia Garbal i porozmawiać na temat praw pracowniczych oraz problemów w miejscu pracy.

Spotkanie prowadzone będzie w języku polskim.

Gdzie: Southern Regional College, Kitchen Hill,      Lurgan, BT66 6AZ

Kiedy: 16 lutego 2013 godz. 9:30

Wszystkich serdecznie zapraszamy!

Prosimy o potwierdzenie chęci uczestnictwa:Ola 07783127490 lub Wojtek 07840135040

2 October, 2012 - 20:56

Dia 27 de Outubro (Sábado), o Consulado Brasileiro em Londres virá a Belfast para uma sessão de apoio consular. Todos os serviços normais de um consulado tal como documentos de viagem, procurações, certidões de nascimento e óbito, emissão d

e identidade e passaporte, registro de voto, alistamento militar, etc estarão disponíveis neste dia.
O consulado estará o dia todo na àrea central de Belfast (junto a estação central - Victoria Station). As horas de funcionamento e o lugar serão confirmados em breve.
Portanto, confirme o seu interesse nesta iniciativa e se poderá estar presente no dia. Se precisar de esclarecer qualquer assunto consular, por favor contate o nosso escritório.
O sucesso deste dia ditará futuras visitas do consulado a Belfast, portanto é do interesse de todos nós que as visitas sejam mais frequentes!
Até em breve!

On the 27th of October, the Brazilian consulate from London will be in Belfast in order to provide consulate support services. All the usual services, such as travel documents, Power of Attorney, Birth or Death certificates, ID and Passport emission, vote registry, military enlistment, etc will be available at the day.
The consulate will be all day in the Central area of Belfast, near the Victoria Station. Working hours and venue will be confirmed soon.
Could you confirm your interest in this initiative and if you are attending this day, and should you have a question regarding consulate affairs please let us know.
The success of this day will dictate future visits from the consulate to Belfast, and it is our common interest that they become more frequent!
See you soon!

26 April, 2012 - 22:40

Craigavon Intercultural Programme is seeking a P/T Project coordinator and a P/T Project worker that will develop a programme which aims to reduce harm to young people aged 11-25 through sexual exploitation and/or trafficking.

P/T PROJECT COORDINATOR

 The candidate will develop a local and regional Human Trafficking Awareness programme, The candidate must have a third level education or equivalent, and have at least two year’s experience working on committees, designing and delivering community based projects and coordinating the activities of a team of  volunteers  in a paid or voluntary capacity, 

20hrs per week @ £12.50hr /  will involve evening and weekend work

Probation 3 months

P/T PROJECT WORKER

The candidate willdeliver community-based Human Trafficking Awareness projects.  The ideal candidate will have a third level education or equivalent with one year’s experience in planning & delivering community based projects, including young people and working with a team of volunteers. The candidate must demonstrate experience working within the community sector in a paid or voluntary role

20 hrs per week @ £11.50hr with evenings and weekends work as required

Probation 3 months

Both candidates must be fluent in English, be computer literate possess organizational skills, effective interpersonal skills, be enthusiastic and be able to demonstrate a strong good relation’s ethos. The candidates must be team workers and have the ability to work on their own.

Candidates must have a clean driving license with access to a car or demonstrate ability to meet the transportation requirements of the posts 

Applications forms may be obtained at :

Jobs and Benefits Office, 140 Jervis Street, Portadown BT62 3HA

An electronic version may be obtained by contacting:

email: info@craigavonintercultural.org

Closing date :   12pm Monday   14th May  2012

These posts are supported by Comic Relief

Craigavon Intercultural Programme is an equal opportunities employer  

24 February, 2012 - 20:28

 PEACE III, Challenge of Change will providing information regarding alterations to the benefits system. If you have any doubts or need assistance, come  and speak to representatives from Citizens Advice. Interpreters will be available. The session will run from 7-9pm at Oasis Youth & Family Centre 34 Bridge Street Portadown

22 January, 2012 - 13:43

The five-woman team called Row For Freedom completed the challenge just after 5am GMT, arriving in Barbados after spending 45 days at sea.

They have become the first five-woman team to row any ocean, and have also completed the fastest crossing of the Atlantic Ocean by an all-female team, organisers said.

The women were taking part in the The Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge, rowing from La Gomera in the Canary Islands to Barbados, and are raising money for charities that work to stop human trafficking.

Julia Immonen, Debbie Beadle, Kate Richardson, Katie Pattinson-Hart and Helen Leigh, were greeted in Barbados by family and friends as they arrived today.

Skipper Debbie Beadle said: "We're exhausted and relieved. We've seen nothing but the sea, dolphins and each other for 45 days, so it's overwhelming to see all our family and friends. Our bodies are falling apart – we're waking up with our hands cramped into the rowing position and our backs aching.

"We've been on dehydrated food and desalinated water for a month and a half, so we can't wait to have some proper food and an ice-cold cocktail! Oh, and to sleep in a proper bed!

""It's all so emotional – and to break a world record too!"

Simon Chalk, race official from organiser Woodvale Challenge, said: "It's an incredible achievement.

"Rowing the Atlantic is one of the most challenging expeditions in the world, and it took real tenacity for these girls to get through it in such incredible spirits and break the World Record in such convincing fashion."

Row For Freedom were rowing to raise money for The A21 Campaign and ECPAT UK, charities who work to stop human trafficking Team leader Julia Immonen said: "Whenever we felt low, we just thought about the cause. "No matter how much we were suffering we knew it was far less than any victim of human trafficking."If we change the lives of just one victim, then our 45 days on the ocean will have been more than worth it. Immigration Minister Damian Green has praised the group, saying: "This is a fantastic achievement and highlights the level of commitment this organisation and others put in to fighting this terrible crime."Human trafficking is an awful crime where people are treated as commodities. I am determined that Britain becomes more hostile to traffickers, and at the same time more compassionate to victims."

"I'd like to extend my warm congratulations to all five crew members and commend their efforts to raise the awareness of human trafficking and, in doing so, breaking two world records."