Project Co-Ordinator

Lifeline (Inishowen)Carndonagh, County Donegal€18,000 per yearPart-time

The responsibilities of the Project Co-Ordinator include these areas:

1. Service Management

2. Staff Management

3. Funding applications

4. Liaising with the Board of Trustees

Service Management

It is the role of the Project Co-Ordinator to ensure the day-to-day running of the Lifeline

(Inishowen) services under the direction of the Board of Trustees.

The Project Co-ordinator will ensure policies and procedures are followed and advise the

Board if changes are needed.

They will ensure a safe, secure work environment which includes overseeing the maintenance

and running of the building.

The Project Co-Ordinator will, with the direction of the Board, ensure the service

development, stakeholder communication, and awareness raising.

Staff Management

The Project Co-Ordinator will recruit and manage staff. They will organise training and

supervision for the staff and volunteers.

Funding Applications

The Project Co-Ordinator will find sources of funding, apply for funding, and manage

successful funding awards.

The Project Co-Ordinator will ensure the stakeholders of Lifeline (Inishowen) are

communicated with as necessary.

The Project Co-Ordinator will ensure that the impact of the service Lifeline (Inishowen)

provide are recorded and evaluated.

The Project Co-Ordinator will oversee the fundraising targets as set by the Board.

Liaising with the Board of Trustees

The Project Co-Ordinator will provide a monthly update on the operations of Lifeline

(Inishowen) for a monthly board meeting.

They will oversee the Annual Report, deliverable by 31st October 2022.

This role is up to 20 hours per week for a one-year contract.

The expectation is that the Project Co-Ordinator will be in the Lifeline Offices in Carndonagh Monday

– Friday 10am – 2pm.

Occasionally, work will be needed outside these hours to attend Committee meetings or training.

This role is funded for 1 year with an extension funding dependant.

Salary will be €18,000 and 25 days holidays plus public holidays.

If interested please send a CV and cover letter to info@ldvs.org by Monday 24th January 2022.

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