We are delighted to announce that we have five new members of staff. We warmly welcome our new staff who will help deliver vital services empowering young people with additional needs to develop the skills to live independently and achieve their potential.
As part of our team, our new staff will help deliver Autonomie's pilot project What Next? (funded by Big Lottery Fund's 'Empowering Young People'), at our new centre LILAC House (Linked Independent Living and Advice Centre), in south Belfast.
Welcome to the team:
Fiona Cash, Project Administrator
Fiona will provide administrative and monitoring of Autonomie's ‘What Next?’ Project funded by Big Lottery 'Empowering Young People'. Fiona will undertake duties under the direction of the Coordinator to ensure the implementation and evaluation of the project.
Danielle Convery, Project Worker
Julie McCloskey, Project Worker
Danielle and Julie will both play a key role in the development, management, roll-out, and evaluation of the programme and the dissemination of evidence of project impact and outcomes. Both Danielle and Julie will work directly with young people with additional needs on the ‘What Next?’ Project funded by Big Lottery Fund's 'Empowering Young People'. They will undertake duties under the direction of the Training Manager to ensure the planning, delivery, implementation and evaluation of the project.
Lynne Morrison, Training Officer
As the programme's Training Officer, Lynne will be responsible for identifying staff and volunteer training and development needs and will be responsible for planning, organising and overseeing appropriate training. Lynne will equip staff and volunteers with the knowledge, practical skills and motivation to carry out work-related tasks.
Trevor Boyle, Project Coordinator
Trevor will play a key role in the development, management, roll-out, and evaluation of the What Next? Project and the dissemination of evidence of project impact and outcomes. Trevor is responsible for the efficient and effective development, implementation, management, monitoring and evaluation of the ‘What Next’ Project. He will provide leadership of staff, the administration of the programme and the financial oversight of the project. Trevor will establish and maintain excellent working relationships with young people, families, staff and volunteer teams, and he will coordinate the development and implementation of the project, its goals and outcomes to ensure its success.
We are sure that all five will prove to be valuable assets to our organisation - Good luck!
Staff will formally take up their positions on Monday 2 April 2018.