01 July 2014
We require par-time volunteers to help operating our main switchboard.  Duties include, directing calls, greet and register visitors to the organisation, sending faxes, dealing with internal & external post, typing and using e-mail.  We would like someone who can work from 4 to 5.15 p.m. on at least 2 days, cover is required every day from 4pm to 5.15 p.m.  
Basic computer & typing skills required.  Excellent communication skills and telephone manner. Very good interpersonal skills.  A friendly and welcoming personality essential.  
The volunteer will gain experience in the role of a receptionist and will have the opportunity to meet with the people we support and the staff that support them.

Volunteers are needed to help create and do administrative tasks around various communication training programmes for staff and families i.e. Boardmaker, PECs, Social Stars etc.  Dates and times will be arranged by the SLT department within an individual volunteers availability.  
Volunteers should have basic computer and power point skills. Basic office skills may also be required.  Persons with experience with communication and children with ASD or ID would be of benefit.  This role may suit a qualified or student SLT or someone with an interest in this area.

Kids Day Out is a wonderful day celebrated every June by the children of St.Paul's and Scoil Eanna. This event is organised and funded by the 4 Rotary Clubs of Cork city; Douglas, Cork, Bishopstown and Glanmire. Due to their great generosity and kindness the children were collected by bus, courtesy of Bus Éireann and brought to Dolphin Rugby Club. Here they were laden down with sweets and treats supplied by Musgraves while Silver Pail Ice cream cooled everyone down with their ice pops.