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Muckno Community Employment

Mission Statement

"Muckno Community Services Limited" is a company limited by guarantee.  The company has developed in response to the needs expressed by the local community.  It is involved at this time in ongoing projects designed to train and employ people part time in a variety of educational, administrative, social, aesthetic, philanthropic and sporting services.  

The purpose of the group is to combine efficient delivery of its services with meaningful and fulfilling part time work experiences for participants.  In addition workers are afforded professional on-the-job and external training and development opportunities.

The values and standards of the group are demonstrated by their commitment to their objectives, which afford workers the dignity, rights and privileges of full time employees and by their expectations regarding the quality and quantity of the workers response.

Muckno Community Employment Services Limited provides invaluable services to the following local community initiatives:

  • Access for the Disabled

  • Blayney Blades

  • Castleblayney Trust for the Homeless Needy and Unemployed

  • Castleblayney Hurling Club

  • Oram GAA & Community Centre

  • Castleblayney Faughs

  • Tidy Towns

  • Monaghan Youthwork Ireland, Castleblayney & Carrickmacross Branches

  • Blackhill GAA & Community Centre

  • Doohamlet GAA & Community Centre

  • Muckno Parish

  • St Michael's Regional Development

  • Toome GAA Centre

  • An Eaglais Lisdoonan Development Group

  • Broomfield Village Area

  • Donaghmoyne Group Water Scheme

  • Donaghmoyne GAA Centre

  • Aughnamullen & Carrickatee Church & Grounds

  • Aughnamullen GAA Centre

  • Bawn & Latton Transport Initiative (Balti Bus)

 

Community Employment Objectives:

Learners on Muckno Community services limited are employed under the auspice of Community Employment, which aims to provide eligible unemployed people and other disadvantaged persons with an opportunity to engage in useful work within their communities on a temporary basis.

While on Community Employment Learners are offered opportunities for personal and  career development through a assessment of goals in these areas.  Subsequently an individual training plan is devised, with the assistance of the supervisor.  Through a combination of valuable work experience and certified training many Learners progress into further education of full time employment. 

 

Additional information:

For more information on Community Employment vacancies locally please contact your local Office (047) 81511 or visit their website -  www.fas.ie.

 

 

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