Green Schools hiring three ‘Safe Routes to School’ officers

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Green Schools, a part of An Taisce, is seeking to hire three ‘Safe Routes to School’ officers who are qualified in town planning, transport planning, sustainable transport or engineering.

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The roll is paid €37k to €39k per annum and the focus of the ‘Safe Routes to School’ officers are to oversee “front of school” treatments to enhance sustainable access into the school grounds and to seek to accelerate the delivery of cycling and walking infrastructure on access routes to schools.

Green Schools are seeking three officers in total, to cover the Greater Dublin Area, the Midlands, and North Munster. Althiught it is a homeworker/remote worker position.

The closing date for receipt of applications is Friday 25th February 2022. Details can be found at greenschoolsireland.org/about/job-vacancies/.

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