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Mr Ian Mooney

English teacher
4 Năm

1. Họ và tên: Ian Mooney

Full name: Ian Mooney

2. Nam (M) Nữ (F): M

3. Quốc tịch hiện nay: Ailen

Current nationality: Irish

4. Academic History:

National University of Ireland- M.A. International Development                         Est. 2018

Trinity College Dublin                                                                                                 

B.A. (Hons), Chemistry                                                                                                2016

5. Professional Experience: Current

07/15 – Present: Operations Worker, Dublin Simon Community

Main responsibilities and significant features of the post:

• Developing a trusting relationship with residents in a range of Dublin Simon Community services, including high-support housing, medium-support housing and emergency accommodation.

• Teaching residents a variety of skills, including English literacy, computer skills and art.

• Providing interventions with residents when required across a number of topics, including mental health, homelessness, addiction, health, relationships and child protection.

• Performed administrative duties including medication management, updating employee timesheets, coordinating resident appointments and general office maintenance.

•  Liaising with volunteers for delivery of service, providing leadership and mentoring where appropriate.

•  Ensuring policies, procedures and guidelines are compliant and up to date with best-practice across the sector.

6. Professional Experience: History

06/14 – 07/15 to date:    Students’ Union Welfare Officer, Trinity College Dublin

• One of five full-time leaders of the Students' Union elected by the 17,000 students of Trinity College Dublin.

• Held position of student representative at Trinity College sitting on its Board (governing body) and a number of committees with responsibility for the development and implementation of various university policies.

•  Provided a confidential support and referral service offering one-to-one support for students on any type of issue including mental health, finance, physical health and accommodation. Dealt with an average of 20 on going individual cases per week.

•  Coordinated Trinity’s Accommodation Advisory Service, assisting over 2,000 individual students successfully find accommodation during Dublin’s 2014 Accommodation Crisis.

• Appointed and managed 4 staff members in the Accommodation Advisory Service and coordinated a volunteer force of 200 people.

•  Created and implemented college-wide campaigns with a budget of €30,000 on mental health, equality, sexual health, self-esteem, student wellbeing and others.

•  Secured over €80,000 in additional funding from college for disadvantaged students.

• Researched, wrote and implemented policies for the Students’ Union and Trinity College on Drug Usage and Sexual Consent among students.

•  Assisted in registering over 3,500 students to vote and successfully led campaigning with TCDSU in favour of the 2015 same-sex marriage referendum.

•  Overhauled and restructured the Welfare Committee for the first time since its formation.

•  Conducted reviews and reports on student experience and wellbeing in multiple academic courses in Trinity College Dublin, and oversaw the redevelopment of the courses.

 

04/13 - 06/14:       President of Student2Student Peer Network, Trinity College Dublin        

• Responsible for recruiting and coordinating over 700 volunteers who provided group support to incoming first year students and one-on-one support to students on request.

•  Facilitated training sessions in mentoring and active listening for new volunteers.

•  Engaged with volunteers, other universities, non-governmental organisations and charities on increasing student retention rates and organising events focused on improving student mental health and wellbeing.

 

04/13 - 07/14:       Convenor for Faculty of Engineering, Maths and Science, Trinity College Dublin                 

•  Represented FEMS students on the University Council of Trinity College and at Faculty Executive meetings

•  Recruited and coordinated over 100 volunteer class representatives.

•  Organised a charity ball for 1,000 students on a budget of over €30,000, raising €4,000 for charity.

 

 

 

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