Dublino, progetto sve in una fondazione per senzatetto

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Per conto di una fondazione irlandese che si occupa di assistenza ai senzatetto, ai tossicodipendenti e alle persone a rischio di esclusione sociale stiamo cercando un volontario interessato ad un progetto del Servizio Volontario Europeo a lungo termine nel settore dell'inclusione sociale.

Se approvato, il progetto partirebbe ad inizio maggio, per un totale di 1 anno di servizio.L'Organizzazione Ospitante ha sede a Dublino, capitale della Repubblica d'Irlanda.É richiesta obbligatoriamente almeno una buona conoscenza dell'inglese. Il candidato dovrá avere esperienza di lavoro e/o studio (anche minima) nel settore sociale. Esperienze di volontariato o di altro tipo a contatto con persone senza fissa dimora o a rischio a causa di abuso di droghe saranno considerate un requisito preferenziale.

DettagliCome sempre per lo SVE (18 - 30 anni) targato Erasmus+, il viaggio A/R é coperto al 100% fino ad un massimale che dipende dalla distanza (leggere pag. 78 della Guida a Erasmus+), mentre vitto e alloggio sono pagati in toto, cosí come l'assicurazione ed un breve corso di lingua locale.Previsto anche un pocket money mensile (leggere pag. 83 della Guida a Erasmus+ di cui sopra). Pocket money per questo progetto in Irlanda: 125 euro al mese.

Per candidarsiSe interessati, inviateci CV in inglese, application form in inglese in allegato ed una vostra foto a parte (NON tipo fototessera) a QUESTO FORMentro il 23 gennaio 2015.Nella parte motivazionale dell'application form spiegate bene perché volete fare l'EVS (European Voluntary Service), perché vorreste fare volontariato all'estero, quali sono i motivi che vi spingono a far domanda per QUESTO PROGETTO IN PARTICOLARE, cosa pensate di imparare da questa esperienza, cosa credete di poter dare come contributo all'Organizzazione Ospitante e perché sareste il candidato ideale. Inutile scrivere risposte e motivazioni di poche righe e dove non sono specificate dettagliatamente le ragioni che vi spingono a far domanda per questo progetto (EVITANDO di dire semplicemente che si vuole lasciare l'Italia e/o che si vuole vivere nel Paese ospitante): senza forti motivazioni la HO non vi prenderebbe in considerazione, quindi fate attenzione.Risposte generali e senza le specifiche motivazioni per la partecipazione a questo particolare progetto NON saranno prese in considerazione. Fatevi aiutare dalla descrizione del progetto quando scrivete le vostre motivazioni per il singolo progetto..

ATTENZIONE: Rispondete in maniera completa ed esaustiva a tutte le domande dell'application form. In caso contrario, la vostra domanda non sarà presa in considerazione in quanto carente di motivazioni.Solo le candidature COMPLETE saranno prese in considerazione. Ricordate di indicare il nome della Host Organisation (Peter McVerry Trust) e la dicitura "Sending Organisation Scambieuropei" nell'oggetto dell'e-mail.

CANDIDARSI SOLO INVIANDO TUTTA LA DOCUMENTAZIONE RICHIESTA:- cv in inglese (possibilmente max 2 pagine)- application form da compilare in inglese- 1 foto (NON tipo fototessera o anonimo primo piano, bensí spontanea)

TesseramentoI programmi di Scambieuropei sono riservati ai soci dell'Associazione. Qui le informazioni sul tesseramento 2015 (vale sino a fine dicembre 2015 per tutti i programmi supportati da Scambieuropei)

Di seguito i dati del progetto e la descrizione completa dell'Organizzazione Ospitante e delle attivitá previste per il volontario, oltre ai requisiti richiesti a chi applica.Da leggere con attenzione prima di compilare l'application form.

PIC n.: 945069255Hosting Organisation: Peter McVerry Trust - PMVTSending Organisation: Associazione ScambieuropeiDates: 01.05.2015 - 30.04.2016Location: Dublin 1, Republic of IrelandThemes: Inclusion - equity; Access for disadvantaged

Short description:Peter McVerry Trust is committed to reducing homelessness and the harm caused by drug misuse and social disadvantage.Peter McVerry Trust provides low threshold entry services , primarily to younger persons with complex needs, and offers pathways our of homelessness based on the principle of the Housing First model and within a framework that is based on equal opportunities , dignity and respect. we are looking to host a volunteer from 1 May 2015 for 12 months and the volunteer will be based in Dublin city and will have opportunities to work across our residential and day services. We would be interested in hearing from potential candidates who have experience and an understanding in working with challenging behavior. Volunteers will have the opportunity to participate in our staff training programme.

PROJECT ENVIRONMENTThe community we work with generally have a high rate of social housing, with high unemployment and social deprivation. Many of our service users would have a history of offending and engaging in some form of substance misuse. We offer volunteers a chance to work in a social care environment which can be complex and challenging yet supportive and energizing. We work with individuals with a wide range of health and social difficulties and we have highly trained and experienced staff and resources to provide interventions to this client group.The environment is one of constant change and requires flexibility from volunteers as the needs of our service users are constantly changing. We offer volunteers a chance to work closely along with our staff in a safe and professional manner. We will provide intensive induction, training and development to volunteers to maximise the benefit to them so that they will have a fulfilling and valued experience in their placement. Many of the young people need help and guidance with basic tasks on a day to day basis.The role of EVS Volunteer will be to help young people with their daily living skills as set out in an action plan which was drawn up after an assessment of needs. Help in this area is a vital building block to achieving independence and autonomy for our homeless community.

VOLUNTEER'S TASKSVolunteers will have a wide range of tasks depending on their placement. They will have the opportunity to gain new skills and experiences of working in a team and also directly with our service users.The types of tasks will be as follows:- Be friending and general social support- Budgeting and help with managing money- Cooking nutritious meals- Family support- Help with appointments, forms and applications- General support with housekeeping- Advice and support with self care We would also like EVS volunteers to innovate and develop new ways of engaging and relating to the disadvantaged young people we work with. We are willing to support any ideas or projects they might have and implement new practices.

VOLUNTEER'S PROFILEDue to the nature of the work and the client group we work with, we would be looking for volunteers who are interested in working with disadvantaged individuals and can see both the support that is needed as well as the potential that people have. Volunteers should choose our project because of the experience and development they will gain not only the city or county which is on offer. We would also be looking for a volunteer who could bring something of their own experiences and culture to enrich the hosting project and local community.

MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS FROM THE VOLUNTEERWe are seeking volunteers who are motivated to work in the social care environment we work in especially in the area of social disadvantage in inner city areas. Volunteers need to have demonstrated their interest to become involved in their application to ensure that we can match their interests appropriately. In particular we look at a range of the following skills and interest from volunteers.

This will form the basis of an EVS volunteer description which we use to assess all applications fairly and transparently:- Good command of English Language (written and oral) - Interest in personal development- Interest in professional development in the area of social problems/housing/health issues- Interest in gaining knowledge of Irish health and housing sector- Ability to work well in a team - Able to deliver practical skills to others- An interest in gaining an understanding of the needs of homeless people- Enthusiastic to set up mini projects and implementing programmes to motivate our service users.

ACCOMMODATIONVolunteers are accommodated in a city center location, in a private bedsit which has a kitchenette and private bathroom. Bed Linen and pots and pans are also provided.

HOST ORGANISATIONPeter McVerry Trust is committed to reducing homelessness and the harm caused by drug misuse and social disadvantage.Peter McVerry Trust provides low- threshold entry services, primarily to younger persons with complex needs and offers pathways out of homelessness based on the principle of the Housing First model and with a framework that is based on equal opportunities, dignity and respect. We offer a comprehensive package of support that will provide the best opportunity possible for them and assist them in planning a pathway out of homelessness or drug use, or if they continue to use drugs to assist them towards some level of stabilisation in order to live a life of dignity, with respect and opportunity.We also assist each person to re-establish himself or herself in the community and move towards greater independence. We provide a wide range of services including supported temporary accommodation.

Authors: Sambieuropei.it

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