ILMI Recruitment for six positions for the ONSIDE Project

ILMI Recruitment for six positions for the ONSIDE Project

Independent Living Movement Ireland (ILMI) are delighted to announce that we are recruiting for six positions for the ONSIDE project.

ONSIDE is a cross border project led by Independent Living Movement Ireland (ILMI), Disability Action Northern Ireland; Supporting Communities and the Northern Ireland Housing Executive. It will reduce social isolation amongst disabled people through the co-production of a digital inclusion programme, involving community mapping, navigation and peer advocacy. It will result in improved mental and physical health outcomes amongst disabled people, while empowering them to fulfill their potential as active citizens within their communities.

ILMI will be recruiting an ONSIDE project coordinator, a part time administrator, three community navigators and a health and housing disability officer.

The Community Navigators will have the responsibility for providing tailored one to one support to disabled p o help address their social isolation. These positions will work directly with disabled people in the following locations:

  • Donegal / Sligo
  • Leitrim / Cavan
  • Monaghan / Louth

Full job descriptions can be found for each position in the following links:
ONSIDE Project Community Navigator (Leitrim / Cavan):

ONSIDE Project Community Navigator (Monaghan / Louth):

ONSIDE Project Community Navigator (Donegal / Sligo):

ONSIDE Project Administrator (Part-Time):

Disability and Health Housing Officer (the ONSIDE Project):

ONSIDE Project Coordinator:

To Apply: Please return your CV (with references) and cover letter outlining why you should be considered for this role to

Closing date for applications for all positions is Friday 3rd May 2019 before 5.00pm

Shortlisting will take place on the week of 6th May and interviews with shortlisted candidates will take place on the week of the 15th May 2019. Interviews will take place in ILMI offices.

ILMI is an Equal Opportunities Employer and welcomes applications from disabled people for this position. This role requires applicants to have the right to work in the Republic of Ireland.

The ONSIDE Project has been supported by the EU’s INTERREG VA Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB).