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CASE aims to build a culture of good relations amongst children and young people in a school based setting. Delivery is through the provision of direct, sustained, curricular-based contact between children and teachers from all backgrounds. Through working in partnership, the participating schools will promote community cohesion, enhance educational outcomes for all pupils and provide shared professional development. CASE is open to all schools in the six Border Counties of Ireland and schools in Northern Ireland which are not currently involved in the DSC Signature Project for Shared Education. This project is supported by the European Union’s PEACE Programme, managed by the Special EU Programme Body. For more information visit the CASE website.

There are currently two open positions on the CASE project:

Programme Manager for “Developing Shared Education Project”

The Postholder will be responsible for implementing the delivery, management, monitoring and evaluation of the €29m  PEACE IV funded Shared Education Programme, focused on schools in Northern Ireland and the six border counties of Ireland. This programme is being delivered through a partnership between the Education Authority of Northern Ireland (Lead Partner) and Léargas. The person appointed will contribute directly to the strategic management and development of the services associated with the Programme and will be specifically responsible for managing the provision of advice, support and guidance to the Programme Management Board, the Education Authority, Léargas, schools, and other education stakeholders. For full details, including information on how to apply, visit the EANI website. The deadline for receipt of applications is 14:00 on 20 February 2019.

Development Officer for Shared Education (x2 Posts)

Development Officers support the development, co-ordination, management and implementation of the Peace IV Shared Education Programme with each having responsibility for approximately 50 schools within Northern Ireland and the six border counties of the Republic of Ireland.  For full details, including information on how to apply, visit the EANI website. The deadline for receipt of applications is 14:00 on 20 February 2019.


Léargas is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from people with disabilities.