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Trustee

Volunteer Mission Movement (VMM International)
Dublin
Part-time
Internship

We seek professionals with Legal, Governance, Financial and/or HR skills and expertise to join the Board of Trustees of VMM International. VMM International is a Volunteer Mission Movement and international development organisation with 50 years of experience sending professional volunteers on mission to work in partnership with grassroots organisations in communities around the world. A faith-based and equal opportunities organisation, we warmly accept members of all faiths and none, of all ages, gender, physical ability, sexual orientation and ethnicity. As we embark as lead of a new EU Aid Volunteer project consortium, we seek professionals with Legal and/or Governance skills and expertise. We also seek a company secretary, with financial acumen, legal and HR skills. The board meets three times a year virtually (via GoToMeeting) and three times a year in person. The board is split between Ireland and the UK, with most board members being in the UK. Therefore, usually two of the face-to-face meetings are held in or around Liverpool and one in Dublin. Currently all board members are male and in the interest of our values of equality, inclusion and respect we wish to address this imbalance.

19 hours ago

Advocacy And Research Coordinator At Transparency Internatio

Transparency International Secretariat
Dublin
Full-time
Permanent

Application Closing Date - 26 Apr 2019 Job Start Date - As soon as possible Duration - 12 months with possibility of extension Pay Scale - starting salary between €42,000 and €45,000 per year DOE Location - Dublin, Ireland Transparency International Ireland (“TI Ireland”) is an independent, not-for-profit organisation dedicated to stopping corruption and promoting integrity in Irish institutions. Its vision is an Ireland that is open and fair – and where entrusted power is used in the interests of everyone. TI Ireland is a fully accredited chapter of the international coalition, Transparency International, with representation in over 100 countries Our National Integrity Systems (NIS) assessments have been essential in identifying and sharing information on weaknesses in our legal and institutional frameworks. They have helped inform public debate and influenced Government commitments on anti-corruption legislation, lobbying regulation, party political finance as well as the Open Government Partnership. TI Ireland is seeking an Advocacy and Research Coordinator to lead our National Integrity Index project which will measure the commitment of local authorities, public bodies, semi-state bodies and private companies against three key criteria: transparency, accountability and integrity. Building on our first National Integrity Index-Local Authorities project, National Integrity Systems and Speak Up analysis, we will update the findings of our first Local Authorities Index National Integrity Index this year and then undertake research to develop our first Private Sector and Semi-State indexes. These indexes are due to be published in 2020, with a Public Bodies index due to be published in 2021 or early 2022. Applications are sought from individuals with proven experience of research and project management as well as excellent written and communication skills. The Advocacy and Research Coordinator’s Overall Responsibilities The main responsibility of the Advocacy and Research Coordinator is to help design and coordinate the National Integrity Index project for an initial 32-month period. This will require the Coordinator to refine and finalise the research methodology, gather information using desk research and interviews, and analyse the data with the help of TI staff and advisors. The Coordinator will report to the TI Ireland Chief Executive. Other responsibilities will include: The CV should ideally be two pages long. CVs longer than three pages will not be considered. Experience should be presented in reverse chronological order and the names and positions of two referees should be provided. Contact details of referees are not necessary at this stage. The National Integrity Index project is funded by the Community Foundation for Ireland *** The international fight against corruption needs your expertise, your skills and experience, and your passion for social justice. From our secretariat in Berlin and in more than 100 national chapters, Transparency International seeks professionals and volunteers with exceptional talent and commitment to join our efforts and make a contribution to a better world.

16 days ago

Major Gifts Manager

The Irish Blue Cross
Dublin
Full-time
Internship

Job Summary: Major Gifts Manager, to deliver significant levels of new charity income from corporates, trusts, foundations and donors. JOB DESCRIPTION: Major Gift's Manager The Irish Blue Cross is currently recruiting for a new and exciting position of Major Gift's Manager, based at its main office at Inchicore. This is an ideal opportunity for an experienced fundraising professional to join the charity’s team. The job holder will report to the Charity Manager and will be responsible for delivering significant levels of new income from corporates, trusts, foundations and donors, and for developing legacy giving. This role offers tremendous scope for the successful candidate to develop new areas of revenue, leveraging off an existing donor database. Key Duties and Responsibilities: Contract terms and conditions : The hours of work are 35 per week, 9.00AM – 5.00PM Monday to Friday. As with all fundraising roles a flexible approach to working hours is required, which may involve working at evenings and weekends. Salary : €45,000-€55,000 (commensurate with experience) This job description is intended to outline key duties and responsibilities for this position. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities and activities required. A flexible approach to tasks that are not specifically detailed in this job description will be required. About the organisation The Irish Blue Cross is an animal care charity (Registered Charity No. 20203128), founded in Ireland in 1945, well known for the provision of pet care to the least well-off pet owners in the Dublin region. Our teams deliver in the region of 27,000 veterinary treatments and procedures annually at our ten mobile veterinary clinics and the main Inchicore Clinic. Our vets ensure pets are restored to full health and receive preventative care to defend against disease. The Irish Blue Cross horse ambulance service operates at all Irish race meetings and at main events such as the RDS Horse Show and Tattersalls International Horse Trials each year. Our operatives work with veterinary officers to assist equine that become injured or require assistance during racing or eventing. The Irish Blue Cross operates its main office and small-animal clinic at 15A Goldenbridge Industrial Estate, Inchicore, Dublin 8, D08EY92.

3 days ago

Platform Shift Leaders

Community Creations
Dublin
Full-time
Part-time

Job Title: Platform Shift Leader Reporting To: Clinical Director Status: Two-year fixed term contracts, full-time and part-time Location: Flexible (home and office-based) Salary Scale: €34,000-39,000 per annum pro rata, starting point on scale dependent on qualifications/experience Start date: Immediately Probation Period: Three months Benefits: 25 days annual leave (exclusive of public holidays) Hours of Work: Full-time: 40 hours per week. Part-time: 20 hours per week. Evening and weekend work required. To apply: Apply via this Workable form only; no CVs accepted About Community Creations Community Creations is the not-for-profit company behind SpunOut.ie, Ireland’s award-winning youth information website. SpunOut.ie supported over 1 million young people in 2018. We are an energetic, dynamic and professional organisation run by young people, for young people, based in the heart of Dublin city. Our mission to transform lives by improving access to digital resources is built on our strong belief that technology can help improve mental health outcomes in Ireland. In 2019, Community Creations will establish a new remote active-listening text messaging service to support young people in moments of crisis. We’re putting together a team of passionate professionals to run the service and help young people in every community in Ireland. About the job Our service will provide free, 24/7 crisis support via text and instant messaging, provided by trained volunteers. Staff Supervisors work in shifts with teams of volunteers, supporting the volunteers to provide a truly round-the-clock service. As Platform Shift Leader, you act as the leader of a team of 2-3 Supervisors overseeing the work of volunteers remotely during shifts. You are responsible for real-time management and support of our remote volunteers in offering the best possible quality care to texters. You will take conversations with texters when needed and will take the lead on high-risk situations including active rescues and mandatory reporting. You are responsible for ensuring the needs of texters are met quickly and efficiently. What will I be doing? The Platform Shift Leader has responsibility for the following areas: Benefits 25 days annual leave (exclusive of public holidays)

9 days ago

Major Gifts Manager

The Irish Blue Cross
Dublin, Leinster
Internship
Volunteer

JOB DESCRIPTION Reporting to: Charity Manager Job Summary: The Irish Blue Cross is currently recruiting for a new and exciting position of Major Gifts Manager , based at its main office at Inchicore. This is an ideal opportunity for an experienced fundraising professional to join the charity’s team. The job holder will be responsible for delivering significant levels of new income from corporates, trusts, foundations and donors, and for developing legacy giving. This role offers tremendous scope for the successful candidate to develop new areas of revenue, leveraging off an existing donor database. Key Duties and Responsibilities: Contract terms and conditions : The hours of work are 35 per week, 9.00AM – 5.00PM Monday to Friday. As with all fundraising roles a flexible approach to working hours is required, which may involve working on evenings and weekends. Salary : €45,000-€55,000 (commensurate with experience) How to apply for this post: To apply please submit your CV and cover letter in the strictest confidence to: chris.conneely@bluecross.ie The closing date for applications is 9.00PM, Sunday 12th May, 2019 The Irish Blue Cross is an equal opportunities employer. This job description is intended to outline key duties and responsibilities for this position. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities and activities required. A flexible approach to tasks that are not specifically detailed in this job description will be required. About the organisation The Irish Blue Cross is an animal care charity founded in Ireland in 1945, well known for the provision of pet care to the least well-off pet owners in the Dublin region. Our teams deliver in the region of 27,000 veterinary treatments and procedures annually at our ten mobile veterinary clinics and the main Inchicore Clinic. Our vets ensure pets are restored to full health and receive preventative care to defend against disease. The Irish Blue Cross horse ambulance service operates at all Irish race meetings and at main events such as the RDS Horse Show and Tattersalls International Horse Trials each year. Our operatives work with veterinary officers to assist equine that become injured or require assistance during racing and events. The Irish Blue Cross operates its main office and small-animal clinic at 15A Goldenbridge Industrial Estate, Inchicore, Dublin 8, D08EY92. Registered Charity No. 20203128 and Reg. Co. No 637671.

2 days ago

Community Engagement Intern

Seal Rescue Ireland
Nationwide
Full-time
Internship

The intern will oversee and develop the fundraising program, plan/attend events, and promote ocean conservation and sustainability while representing SRI. Community Engagement Internship- Seal Rescue Ireland Seal Rescue Ireland (SRI) is a registered charity organisation that operates a busy marine animal rescue and rehabilitation centre located in Courtown, Co. Wexford, Ireland. As the only facility that rehabilitates seals within the Republic of Ireland, SRI responds to strandings nationwide. Most reports are for young grey and common seal pups found sick, injured or orphaned across the Irish coastline. In addition, SRI pursues understanding and public engagement of ocean conservation and sustainability through education, community outreach and research programmes. SRI is currently accepting applications for their dual focus Community Engagement Internship, which will develop a broad set of skills with focuses on education and fundraising. With rolling start dates year around, this high paced, full-time position is for a minimum of 12 weeks, but longer time commitments are encouraged. This role is unpaid, however housing and living expenses are provided. After completion of initial training, interns who excel may be invited to stay longer and offered higher levels of responsibility with the potential for compensation through performance based commission. Reports to: Operations Manager Job Summary: This unique position will provide the intern with work experience in many different aspects of a rescue and rehabilitation centre with primary focus on fundraising and planning outreach events. The intern will be expected to oversee and develop the fundraising program, plan/attend events, source other types of funding, and promote ocean conservation and sustainability while representing SRI. The role will seek to have two events per week planned offsite (seal releases, beach cleans, information tables at shopping centers, markets, festivals, etc.) to raise awareness and donations, and will spend three days per week working on site, assisting with educational tours and administration duties. The applicant will also get the opportunity to be trained on and be involved with assisting in the husbandry care and maintenance of rehabilitation animals if desired. Requirements: Applicants are desired to have previous experience in fundraising and/or worked in nonprofits, and a degree or (pursuit of degree) in business management, event planning, marketing, public relations, fundraising, or similar field are preferred. Applicants must be organized, personable, show initiative and have ability to independently plan events. Background knowledge of marine mammals and ocean ecology is preferred. Having good people skills, being comfortable around children and the ability to speak to a crowd is a must. Looking for a highly motivated individual who will take our stranding response and education program to the next level. Applicants must possess the ability to adapt to an ever-changing work environment, available to work nights, weekends and holidays and able to drive in Ireland (current driver’s license and clean driving record). Having your own vehicle is preferred, however applicants over 25 years of age may be able to drive SRI vehicles. Duties Include: This is an unpaid position. Intern housing is provided (including food). Interns are responsible for their own travel expenses. Please visit our website at (http://www.sealrescueireland.org/internships/) to download the application form. Then send completed with your resume, cover letter, and three reference letters to: intern@sealrescueireland.org Attention: Community Engagement Internship Registered Charity: RCN 20108519 Learn more about us and our other volunteer/internship opportunities! Website: www.sealrescueireland.org Facebook Instagram Twitter

2 days ago

Marketing Officer

Dublin Fringe Festival
Dublin
€26,000 a year
Part-time
Temporary

Reporting to: Marketing and Development Manager Duration of position: May 2019 – October 2019 Days: 3 days per week May – Aug 16 / 5 days per week 19 Aug – 27 Sep Festival dates: 7 – 22 September 2019 REMIT: As Marketing Officer at Dublin Fringe Festival, you are a key member of our team. Over the course of your five-month contract, you deliver key aspects of our marketing and development strategy. You support and work with the Marketing and Development Manager and other members of the wider festival team. You assist in fostering Fringe’s community, connecting audiences to artists and cultivating new relationships for the festival. You help to advance Fringe’s profile as one of Ireland’s flagship cultural organisations and most-loved festivals. You support artists as they prepare for their shows to take to the stage. You work closely with other departments of the festival team including PR, programming, box office and volunteers as well as with designers, suppliers, sponsors and partners. You bring to life Fringe’s bold artistic vision through exciting content, creative copy and dynamic engagement with our online and offline communities. You’ll do it alongside of one of the most skilled, dynamic, supportive and hard-working teams in Ireland. About Dublin Fringe Festival Dublin Fringe Festival is home to bold ideas, brave performing arts and adventurous audiences. Fringe is a curated, multi-disciplinary festival and year-round organisation focusing on fresh and innovative approaches to the arts from Irish and international makers. The festival is where artists challenge, subvert and invigorate their disciplines and practice. Followed by fans and first timers alike, Fringe draws more than 30,000 spectators for 16 days and nights each September and transforms Dublin into an exposé of great creative talent from around the globe. Fringe is a platform for the best new, emerging Irish arts companies and a showcase for the finest international contemporary performing arts. For artists, Fringe facilitates opportunities to innovate, to cross boundaries and strengthen the conditions in which they work. For audiences, Fringe is the place to discover meaningful, exciting and unforgettable cultural experiences. Fringe celebrates its 25th edition in 2019. www.fringefest.com KEY RESPONSIBILITIES :

3 days ago

Community Resource Worker/occupational Therapist

NCBI - Working for people with sight loss
Dublin
Full-time
Volunteer

NCBI is an organisation which provides support and services nationwide to people experiencing sight loss. We also provide a range of services to public and private organisations to make sure that their services are accessible to people who are blind and vision impaired. NCBI Services currently has vacancies for Community Resource Worker/Occupational Therapist 1 full time post working across Children and Adult Services The CRW/OT will work with people who are blind and vision impaired and will be based in our Tallaght and Drumcondra offices. Third level qualification in occupational therapy, or other rehabilitation qualification essential. Experience of working with people with a disability an advantage. The successful applicant must have access to a car, as they will be expected to travel in the course of carrying out daily duties. This role is paid at equivalent to the basic grade OT rate. Apply with cover letter and cv NCBI is an equal opportunities employer NCBI Services Community Resource Worker Job Description Accountable To: Regional Manager Purpose of the job To manage a caseload by assessing the needs of individuals with impaired vision, referred to NCBI Services and to deliver a range of services appropriate to the needs identified. These services may include the provision of advice and information, emotional and practical support to people with a vision impairment, the thrust of which is to promote independence in accordance with the individual’s requirements. Key duties and responsibilities Direct services

8 days ago

P/t Administration And Accounts Assistant

Irish Rule of Law International
Dublin City
Part-time
Volunteer

Irish Rule of Law International (IRLI) is a joint charity of The Law Society of Ireland and The Bar of Ireland, dedicated to promoting the rule of law in developing countries. IRLI is primarily a project-based organisation with a variety of projects in countries such as South Africa, Malawi, Zambia and Tanzania which range in focus from human rights to commercial law, and in application from training of judiciary and lawyers to access to justice at a grassroots level and clinical legal education for law students. IRLI works to advance collective knowledge of the relationship between rule of law, democracy, sustained economic development and human rights. Position summary The Administration and Accounts Assistant will support the financial and administrative work of IRLI. Duties and responsibilities of the assistant include ensuring accurate and on time bookkeeping and accounting, take care of the day to day office administration, including organisation of meetings and minute taking, updating IRLI website, managing the shared drive operation, ensuring appropriate filing. S/he will also be responsible for the administration and logistic work for IRLI field missions, including flight booking, supporting medical and logistic requests from IRLI pro-bono experts, supporting coordination meetings and procurement of relevant assets and etc. The Administration and Accounts Assistant will report directly to the Executive Director and might liaise with IRLI Board, if/when required. This position is a part time position (2 days per week) with a contract of 18 months, commencing as soon as possible. The Administration and Accounts Assistant will be based in IRLI offices in Church Street, Dublin 7. Main responsibilities Accounts and Finances Only applications received through applications@irishruleoflaw.ie will be considered. Any queries should be directed to IRLI’s Executive Director Vanina Trojan atvtrojan@irishruleoflaw.ie.

18 days ago

National Helpline Support Service Co-ordinator

Irish Foster Care Association
South Dublin, Dublin
Full-time
Volunteer

National Helpline Support Service Co-ordinator Job Description Role: National Helpline Support Service Co-ordinator Position: Full-time (30 hours a week) Location: Based at IFCA Office, Tallaght, Dublin 24 Reports to: IFCA CEO (this may be subject to change) Works with: IFCA key stakeholders Who we are The Irish Foster Care Association is the representative body for foster care in Ireland. Child-centred and rights-based, IFCA promotes family-based solutions for children and young people in ‘out of home’ care. We are committed to supporting excellence in foster care in Ireland so that children have the best chances in life. We provide information, support, and learning opportunities for all those involved in foster care and we promote the development of positive change for children in alternative care. IFCA is an independent, membership organisation and have a role in advocating and campaigning for change. Mission Statement The Irish Foster Care Association is the representative body for foster care in Ireland. Child-centred and rights-based, IFCA promotes excellence in foster care for all those involved. IFCA Values Salary Scale: Salary: €33,792- €39,333 (8 points) Pro Rata Please email your CV and cover letter to: HR@ifca.ie The closing date is 5pm, Monday 22nd April 2019 Shortlisting will be applied, and interviews will take place on the week beginning 29th April 2019

14 days ago
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