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 ICT Officer

The OCO is seeking to recruit an ICT Officer to manage the ICT function in the OCO that sits with Corporate Services. The ICT function within the OCO is supported by the Office of the Governments Chief Information Officer (OGCIO), who provide desktop to the OCO. The ICT Officer is a newly established role created to reflect the growth of the OCO and to meet the increased demand for support in these areas.

Closing Date: 12 noon - Tuesday 26th October 2021

 

We are not accepting CV's for this competition, please submit your completed Application Form only.

Application Form (Download)

Job Information Booklet (Download) 

Corporate Services Project Officer

 The OCO invites applications from interested candidates for the position of Corporate Services Project Officer. The successful candidate will be a member of the OCO Corporate Services Unit and will report to the Information Technology HEO and will work closely with the HR and Finance HEO roles on relevant projects, including office refurbishment, development and application of ICT strategy, and implementation of an HR database.

Closing Date: 12 noon - Tuesday 26th October 2021

 

We are not accepting CV's for this competition, please submit your completed Application Form only.

Application Form (Download) 

Job Information Booklet (Download) 

Participation and Rights Education Officer (Outreach)

The OCO are seking applications for the post of EO Participation and Rights Education Officer (Outreach). The successful candidate will be involved in the design and delivery of a children’s rights awareness and education programme for children and third level students.

Closing Date: 12 noon - Friday, 29th October 2021

 

We are not accepting CV's for this competition, please submit your completed Application Form only.

Application Form (Download)

Job Information Booklet (Download) 

Applications would be welcome from persons with disabilities who meet the job requirements. It is the policy of the Ombudsman for Children’s Office to ensure that recruitment and selection activity is carried out in accordance with our principles of fairness, equality and merit-based selection. We will ensure that all applications are fully considered on the basis of abilities, qualifications, and suitability for the work in question.

We are also happy to make all reasonable efforts to accommodate any requirements for special needs which applicants might have in order to enable applicants to participate fully and fairly in the selection process.

If you are shortlisted for interview or other selection tests, we will ask you to let us know of any specific requirements you have related to any disability.