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Job opportunities for Early Year Educators

Kilminchy School House is a Sessional / Full Day- Care service in Portlaoise.

We are currently seeking interested Early Years Educators who may be seeking Part- time work this Summer with a view to a Full time hours by September. A minimum qualification of Level 7-8 in Early Year’s Education with at least two-three years’ experience is preferable but not essential.

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Justteachers job opportunities for B.Ed graduates

Mary I Graduating Teachers; would you consider starting your teaching career within a Catholic School in Great Britain? If so, we still have some fantastic opportunities for roles starting in September 2018 in Primary Catholic Schools throughout the Midlands. All of these schools have been graded either ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted and have strong support mechanisms in place for Newly Qualified Teachers.

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Job opportunity - Early Year Practicioners

Kildysart Kidz Care and Education are seeking Early Years Practitioner’s for:
Full-Time and Panel positions.

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Job opportunity for ECCE graduates

Click here to read more for job availabilities in Mini’s Early Years Education and Care – Kilnamona, Co.Clare.

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Nominations for President of MISU will open on Monday 16th April @ 9am and close on Tuesday 17th April @ 12pm. Nomination forms will be available to collect from the MISU Reception Desk.

 

The election for President of MISU will take place on Thursday 19th April.

 

AS PER ARTICLE 4.1.3 OF THE MISU CONSITUTION ALL MEMBERS OF THE STUDENTS’ UNION ARE ENTITLED TO SEEK ELECTION AT ANY LEVEL, SUBJECT TO ARTICLES 8,9,10 AND 11 OF THE CONSITUTION.

 

Please note the following;

 

Candidates who are running in the election are reminded that they cannot start campaigning for the election until after they have met with Returning Officer on Tuesday 17th April @ 1pm. Any breach of this shall result in the candidate receiving a sanction* from the Returning Officer.

 

Candidates must be available to attend this meeting as failure to do so may result in disqualification from the election.

 

All canvassing must be confined to the college grounds. Any breach of this regulation shall result in the candidate receiving a sanction* from the Returning Officer.

 

Candidates or their agents who do take up the option to canvass through social media forums must provide details of all social media sites they are using for this purpose. This should be done by emailing the social media site links / usernames to the Returning Officer by 12pm on Tuesday 17th April. Any candidate who campaigns through a social media forum, which they have not informed the Returning Officer of, shall result in the candidate receiving a sanction* from the Returning Officer.

 

Approved social media pages may only be published publically after the meeting with the Returning Officer on Tuesday 17th April 2018. Any candidate who is in breach of this regulation shall be subject to sanction* by the Returning Officer.

 

All candidates are solely responsible for all of their campaigning materials, literature, and the conduct of their campaigners as well as any campaigning materials distributed in hard or soft copy by their campaigners.

 

The above is not the full list of the Regulations for Conduct of Elections. Candidates will receive a copy of the Regulations for Conduct of Elections with their nomination form. The Regulations for Conduct of Elections can also be requested by any MISU Student by calling to the Reception Desk (from Monday 16th April).

 

* If a candidate or a member of their team breaches any of the Regulations for Conduct of Elections (which include , or any of the regulations of the MISU Constitution, the Returning Officer can discipline the candidate by:

 

• Public Reprimand;
• Expulsion from Hustings;
• Expulsion from Campaigning either in person or through Social Media platforms or both;
• Suspension from campaigning for any or all of the MISU election process, either in person or through Social Media Platforms or both;
• Disqualification from the election during the election process, up to and following the announcement of results.