Friday, 23 June 2017

VACANCY: IER CLERK – MATERNITY COVER Closing date for applications is Friday 7 July

There is a vacancy for a temporary Individual Education and Resettlement (IER) Clerk within the EJSU to cover for the post holder who will be going on maternity leave.
It is a non-industrial position category 4A of 25 hrs per week and the rate of pay is € 1123.36 (step 0) per month, going up to € 1530.86 in 14 annual increments. Employment in this position is subject to a Category 3 Enhanced Security Vetting Check.

The IER Clerk is responsible for the provision of Education and Resettlement facilities and advice to UK Service Leavers of all three services in the units under EJSU AOR. Duties include:

 Provide initial resettlement brief to all new service leavers and ensure that resettlement information is publicised across the EJSU AOR
 Advise service personnel on the availability and procedure for claiming Standard Learning Credits and Enhanced Learning Credit schemes
 Provide information on Open University and civilian exams, including advice on methods of application and exam invigilation
 Manage the Europe-wide distribution of Rosetta Stone Language Scheme
 Process IER admin and documentation as required

Applicants need to have a working knowledge of IT technology, MS Office and Outlook. They must be able to communicate effectively and have the ability to work both independently and as part of a team. They should be aware that there will be a requirement to attend training away from the home unit.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified dependants who preferably have the full cover period remaining at SHAPE. Full job descriptions and application forms may be obtained by sending an e-mail to quoting Job Request 32/17 in the subject line, or by contacting the EJSU Civil Admin Office, Building 306, telephone number 065/44.4839.

Closing date for applications is Friday 7 July. Interviews are scheduled to take place the following week; starting date is to be confirmed. Applicants need to be aware that a paper sift may be carried out.