Posts Tagged ‘organisations’

WAM

WAM Programme – 21 Paid Work Placements Within Civil Service

If you are a graduate with a disability/specific learning difficulty seeking valuable work experience, the AHEAD WAM (Willing Able Mentoring) Programme, which offers a six month, paid, mentored work placement, may be the opportunity you have been waiting for!     What is WAM? WAM (Willing Able Mentoring) is an initiative of AHEAD funded by the Department […]

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Advert & Job Description for Manager of Deaf Village Ireland

Please feel free to share the information with anyone you feel that might be interested in applying for the job. Best of luck! Please find attached (See the links below) the Job Description & Advertisement for the Manager Job in Deaf Village Ireland. Ask anyone to look for information on deafvillageirelandjobs@gmail.com or by phone/text on […]

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Sharing the Journey – Summer Project 2012

Sharing the Journey have arranged their upcoming events for this summer 2012. This is aimed at children and teenagers. We have included a link where you can view the poster. We would enourage you to check it out. Please feel free to forward the poster to your members, families, friends and many more. You can […]

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Irish Deaf Society – Summerfest

It’s that time of year again, The Irish Deaf Society is organizing SummerFest which will be on the 22nd of July 2012. It is a must to attend this SummerFest with lots of laughter and chat guaranteed. Get involved with different kinds of activities and much more. All welcome to this event and it is […]

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Placement available in Dell, Limerick

Work Placement Opportunity for Graduates with Disabilities/Specific Learning Difficulties in Dell, Limerick. If you are a graduate with a disability/specific learning difficulty seeking valuable work experience, the AHEAD WAM (Willing Able Mentoring) Programme, which offers a six month, paid, mentored work placement, may be the opportunity you have been waiting for. Applications are currently being […]

Remarks at launch of Being Young & Irish – President of Ireland

The Chairperson of the Irish Deaf Youth Association, Caroline McGrotty and the Secretary of Irish Deaf Youth Association, Ronan Lowry attended the launch of Being Young and Irish by President of Ireland, President Michael D Higgins. We were invited to attend to launch of Being Young and Irish. During the Presidents election in November 2011, […]

Remote Interpreting Service (RSI)

The Remote Interpreting Service (RIS) is looking for a logo!

The Remote Interpreting Service (RIS) is looking for a logo!  RIS is a new service from DeafHear, IDS and SLIS- it’s being rolled out throughout the country in the public services. We’re looking for a logo that can be put up in the offices to show Deaf people that RIS is available there without them […]

Tennis Fun Day for Deaf & Hard of Hearing

A Deaf professional Tennis Coach, Anthony Sinclair, provide a fun days of games, drills and activities where children & adult will learn key skills, improve existing skills and meet new friends. Rackets will provide but if you have your own racket, please bring with you. All to wear proper trainers and sport wear (track suit, […]

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Hands On Job Vacancy

Hi All, Please forward this information about a job vacancy at Hands On to anyone you think may be interested, Best regards Anne Mind The Gap Films are looking for a production assistant to work on the new series of Hands On. This is a full time position and runs from September to December 2011. […]

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WAM Opportunities with IBM Ireland

        Hi Everyone, I hope you are enjoying the summer break! Here at WAM, we currently have 3 work placements available for graduates with disabilities with IBM Ireland based in Dublin. I’m attaching the flyer for further information. I would be most grateful if you could forward the attached information to your […]