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Volunteer Coordinator

Helium ArtsCorkPart-timeVolunteer

Helium Arts is seeking a motivated and highly organised individual to develop and support the volunteer programme on our Creative Health Hubs. Helium Arts is seeking a motivated and highly organised individual to develop and support our Creative Health Hub Volunteer Programme. The role will allow the right candidate to be a part of the implementation and development of the programme taking place over multiple sites including Cork, Limerick, and Dublin. You will be a key team member, supporting the implementation of an innovative arts and health initiative, the first of its kind in Ireland. This is a great opportunity for an emerging cultural professional or healthcare administrator looking for a change of direction with an interest in arts and health and volunteer management. The role will be based in our Mullingar office with the possibility of working remotely. The hours are flexible but with a minimum commitment of two days per week. To apply please contact to request the full role description and application process. Deadline August 23rd. Helium Arts is the national children’s arts and health charity. For further information on Helium Arts please see

4 hours ago

Director Of Coaching And Games Development

MazarsDublin, LeinsterVolunteer

Director of Coaching and Games Development The Association The Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) is Ireland’s largest sporting association. It is celebrated as one of the great amateur sporting associations in the world. The GAA promotes Gaelic games such as Hurling, Football, Handball and Rounders and works with sister associations to promote Ladies Football and Camogie. The Association also promotes Irish music, song and dance and the Irish language as an integral part of its objectives. The GAA has remained an amateur Association since its founding. Players, even at the highest level, do not receive payment for playing and the volunteer ethos remains one of the most important aspects of the GAA. The GAA is based on the traditional parishes and counties of Ireland. As a community-based Association, it is often stated that it is difficult to determine where the community end sand the GAA club starts as they generally overlap and are intertwined. The GAA has over 2,200 clubs in all 32 counties of Ireland. The Role The Director of Coaching and Games Development is responsible for leading, managing and co-ordinating the GAA National programme of coaching and games development across all provinces, counties and clubs, and provides clear strategic leadership, development management and implements the GAA’s game development policies. The Person The GAA seeks applications from high-caliber dynamic individuals with proven leadership and management experience and strong knowledge, experience and understanding of the GAA, its structures, ethos and values in addition to extensive technical knowledge of the Association’s player pathway and games development environment in provinces, counties, clubs and in the Educational Sector. Further Information Further information on this role is available at (Search Ref. GAA0119). All enquiries relating to this role should be directed to the Executive Recruitment Team by email to or by telephone on +353 (1) 449 4400. Your Application Applications are to be submitted via the online portal available at and must include: A cover letter (max 2 A4 pages) outlining why you wish to be considered for the post and where you believe your skills and experience meet the requirements of the position of Director of Coaching ad Games Development. A comprehensive CV clearly showing your relevant qualifications, achievements and experience in your career to date. Mazars will be managing all aspects of this recruitment project on behalf of the GAA. No enquiries or canvassing should be made directly to the GAA. Deadline for applications: Monday 9th September 2019 at 5pm GMT. The GAA is an equal opportunities employer

1 day ago

Hr Generalist

The Foundation for Investing in CommunitiesDublinFull-timePart-time

HR Generalist The Foundation for Investing in Communities (Incorporating Business in the Community Ireland and the Community Foundation for Ireland) Based in Phibsborough, Dublin 7 Full time Salary range: 38k to 46k Start date: ASAP Business in the Community Ireland ( BITCI ) - - is the network for responsible and sustainable business. We believe that business is a key driver in the transition to a low carbon economy and to meaningful social inclusion. We advise close to 100 of the most progressive companies and engage business to engage in social inclusion programmes. The Community Foundation (CFI) – - believes in the power of philanthropy to deliver just and progressive social change. We empower people who want to make a difference through a model of philanthropy that is based on trust, effectiveness and impact. Both BITCI and CFI have shared services which include HR and collectively have 70 employees with a combination of full and part-time, office and remote based talented and engaged staff. Job Purpose The stand-alone role is operationally responsible for the Human Resource service. The position reports to the CEOs of both organisations, although the primary line manager is the CEO of BITCI. The role is a member of the cross-organisations Operations Committee. The post holder will play a key role in the delivery of the Human Resources strategy. The range of duties includes supporting the organisation on Recruitment & Selection; Learning & Development; Performance & Talent Management and Reward & Recognition. Delivering a high standard of customer service to Managers and Employees is paramount; as is engaging with managers and employees to support a strong organisation culture and underpin the value of employees in developing the organisation as a great workplace. Primary Responsibilities Applicants should be legally entitled to work in the EU Please e-mail CV and cover letter to . Closing date for receipt of applications is 5pm, Wednesday 28 th August. Interviews will take place on Tuesday 3 rd September in our Offices in Phibsborough, Dublin 7. The Foundation for Investing in Communities is an equal opportunities employer and promotes a policy of continuous personal and professional development to all staff. The Foundation for Investing in Communities has a policy of interviewing candidates with disabilities who meet the essential criteria

1 day ago

Weekend Volunteers

Electric PicnicStradbally, LaoisPart-timeVolunteer

Come and volunteer at Electric Picnic!! We are looking for Weekender volunteers. Volunteers play an important part in the festival, and gain entry to the festival in exchange for 24 hours (4 x 6 hr or 3 x 8hr shifts) of voluntary work. Volunteering at Electric Picnic is a really great opportunity to see what goes on behind the scenes, gain valuable experience for your CV, and play a part in making Electric Picnic one of the best music festivals in the world!  Volunteers will be supplied with the following: When you are off-shift you are free to enjoy the Festival. Most communication is by email. Please ensure that the email address you provide when applying is working, add the email address to your Contacts, and check your Spam filter regularly.

2 days ago

Dc Pensions Consulting Actuary


DC Pensions Consulting Actuary - Dublin Mercer is currently looking for a newly qualified, or nearly qualified, DC Pensions actuary to join its defined benefit consulting team. The role will involve the provision of retirement, actuarial and general pension plan management services to a diverse range of defined benefit pension schemes. As part of a team, the successful candidate will work alongside senior actuaries, retirement consultants and investment consultants whilst receiving support from the trainee actuaries in our consulting support group. Key Responsibilities include: At Mercer, we make a difference in the lives of more than 110 million people every day by advancing their health, wealth, and careers. We’re in the business of creating more secure and rewarding futures for our clients and their employees — whether we’re designing affordable health plans, assuring income for retirement or aligning workers with workforce needs. Using analysis and insights as catalysts for change, we anticipate and understand the individual impact of business decisions, now and in the future. We see people’s current and future needs through a lens of innovation, and our holistic view, specialized expertise, and deep analytical rigor underpin each and every idea and solution we offer. For more than 70 years, we’ve turned our insights into actions, enabling people around the globe to live, work, and retire well. We embrace a culture that celebrates and promotes the many backgrounds, heritages and perspectives of our colleagues and clients. At Mercer, we say we Make Tomorrow, Today. Visit for more information and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter @Mercer. Marsh & McLennan Companies offers competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits and programs including: health and welfare, tuition assistance, 401K, employee assistance program, domestic partnership benefits, career mobility, employee network groups, volunteer opportunities, and other programs. For more information about our company, please visit us at: We embrace a culture that celebrates and promotes the many backgrounds, heritages and perspectives of our colleagues and clients. For more information, please visit us at: Mercer LLC and its separately incorporated operating entities around the world are part of Marsh & McLennan Companies, a publicly held company (ticker symbol: MMC). Marsh & McLennan Companies & its affiliates aim to attract and retain the best people regardless of their gender expression or identity, marital and civil partnership status, ethnic origin, nationality, age, background, disability, sexual orientation or beliefs. Mercer recognizes the need to balance work and personal commitment. At Mercer we believe all roles can flex. Please speak to us about all available working options.

3 days ago

Food Rescue Driver

FoodCloud HubsSouth Dublin, DublinPart-timeVolunteer

Job Title: Food Rescue Driver (Part Time-Evenings) Location: Dublin Reporting to: Logistics Coordinator Salary: Dependent upon skills and experience Contract Period: 1 Year Contract, 15 hours per week About FoodCloud FoodCloud (CHY21177) is a national charity fighting food poverty by tackling food waste. We source food that is surplus to requirements, from food retailers and manufactures, and redistribute this to local charities and community groups who provides meals to vulnerable people (individuals who are homeless, unemployed, socially isolated, and recovering from addictions). Our Hub in Dublin works to serve Charities and Community Food Members (CFMs) in the Leinster area. The Hub in Dublin is open Monday through Friday, between 8:30 am and 5:00 pm to receive deliveries from various food companies; producers and retailers, and redistribute this food to CFMs in the most efficient way possible. This is implemented by the Hub Supervisor and team with the help of volunteers. About The Role: This is an exciting opportunity to join and support the growth of a proven organization that has already made real community, environmental, and business impact. The key duties of this role are: daily collection and delivery of surplus food from retailers and food business partners to local charity and community groups. This is a customer facing position that consists of loading vehicles, route planning, vehicle checks, and directing volunteers. Person and Skill Specifications: Essential General Foodcloud is a small organisation with big ambitions! You will be required to get involved in supporting all aspects in the development of the organisation, which may include ad hoc projects and events. A commitment to the values of FoodCloud and knowledge of environmental/food/climate change issues. Position: Part-time. Normal working hours 15 hours per week, 7pm until 10pm and may include weekends and seasonal support in the warehouse, based on demand. Applicant must hold or be willing to gain Level 1 certification in Food Safety for Catering. Applicant must hold a full, clean Irish category B driver’s license. For insurance purposes, the applicant must be at least 21 years of age and have held a full Irish driver’s license for over 12 months. Location: Tallaght, Dublin 24 Timeline & Process: The role will begin with immediate effect. To apply for this role, please send your CV with a short cover letter (one page maximum) to explaining why you think you are suitable for the role. Closing date for applications: 5pm on Monday 26th August 2019 .

4 days ago

Events And Communication Intern

The Hope FoundationNorth Dublin, DublinInternshipVolunteer

Key Responsibilities:

7 days ago

Coach Development Officer

Leinster RugbyDublinFull-timeVolunteer

Leinster Rugby are inviting applications for the role of Coach Development Officer. The successful candidate will support, challenge and empower Club and School-based coaches to improve the quality of coaching and the game of rugby across all levels with a particular focus on women’s and girl’s rugby. The role also includes managing and working within the player development programme in designated clubs/schools or geographical region. This position is provided for as part of the IRFU Women in Rugby action plan. Applicants should have relevant technical/tactical knowledge and experience in coaching at performance level (LTPD stage 4) along with in-depth knowledge and relevant experience of coach development/education programmes/pathways with a particular focus on female players/coaches. For full details of the role please see the full job description below. This position is being offered on a full time, 2 year fixed contract basis. To apply click on the 'Apply now' button below. The requirements for applying are to attach a 1 page Cover Letter and CV no longer than 2 pages. The closing date for applications is strictly 12pm Thursday 15th August 2019. Please note: Interviews will be held on Monday 19th August 2019. JOB DESCRIPTION & RESPONSIBILITY STATEMENT TITLE: Coach Development Officer – Leinster Rugby ROLE AND PURPOSE OF POSITION The successful candidate will support, challenge and empower Club and School-based coaches to improve the quality of coaching and the game of rugby in across all levels of the game with a particular focus on women’s and girl’s rugby. The role also includes managing and working within the player development programme in designated clubs/schools or geographical region. There is a requirement for the individual to work closely with “client” clubs / schools and liaise with Community Rugby department on an ongoing basis to identify needs and opportunities. REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS Operational: Provincial Head of Rugby Department Functional: Provincial Coach Development Manager WORKING RELATIONSHIPS Provincial Talent Coach Coach Development Officers Community Rugby Officers Club Community Rugby Officers Relevant Committees Women’s Development Officers EXPERIENCE / BACKGROUND Relevant technical/tactical knowledge and experience in coaching at performance level (LTPD stage 4). In-depth knowledge and relevant experience of coach development/education programmes/pathways with a particular focus on female players/coaches. SKILLS / ABILITIES / QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE etc. Refer to appendix* RESPONSIBILITIES ESSENTIAL DESIRABLE SKILLS Ability to critically review performance process and deliver a quality outcome. Ability to influence others positively. Excellent written and verbal communication / presentation skills. Clarity in decision-making. Well-developed time-management skills, including the ability to set and meet deadlines and to prioritise work. Ability to work alone and as part of a team. Computer-literate. Performance level (LTPD Stage 4) technical knowledge / coaching experience. Coach Development / Education Tutoring KNOWLEDGE Knowledge and understanding of coach and player development models in Irish rugby with a particular focus on women’s and girl’s rugby/ A clear understanding of the needs of club and school coaches. Applied technical knowledge of rugby which can be demonstrated in management decisions across coaching and player development. Knowledge of the Irish sporting agencies’ structures and services (ISC, Sport NI, Sport Ireland – Coaching etc.) Working knowledge of game-based approaches to coaching QUALIFICATIONS Degree or similar-level qualification in sports or PE- related discipline, or evidence of equivalent practical rugby coaching/coach development experience. Degree in Teaching / Education related discipline. Significant coaching experience at Youth, Senior and Performance levels (LTPD Stages 3-4). IRFU / Sport Ireland Tutor / Coach Developer IRFU Performance Coach Award (LTPD Stage 4) or equivalent EXPERIENCE Significant experience of performance level rugby (LTPD Stage 4) as a coach. Significant experience as a coach developer/educator Proven track record in leadership role in sports/volunteer development sector Experience in delivery and design of coach development initiatives. Experience in the delivery of projects through co-ordinated team-work. PERSONAL QUALITIES Ability to gain the confidence, respect and trust of others. Integrity and Honesty. Committed, enthusiastic and motivated. Willingness to accept and encourage constructive challenges. Flexible and adaptable to circumstances. Ability to work within a team environment. Willingness to seek personal development opportunities. Willingness and desire to entertain new ideas and seize opportunities. Ability to think creatively and understand a wider context.

8 days ago

Development And Volunteer-led Support Services Officer

Kerry Diocesan Youth ServiceKerryFull-timeVolunteer

Applications are invited for the following KDYS Development and Volunteer-Led Support Services Officer (9 month Fixed term contract, 35 hours per week) KDYS, the leading youth organisation in South West Ireland as affirmed by the Council of Europe awarding the Quality Label for Youth Centres to our Killarney headquarters. We provide a range of quality services responding to the needs of children, young people, their families and communities. KDYS is committed to the provision and development of sustainable Volunteer-Led Youth Clubs and Projects. The future of KDYS Youth Clubs is dependent on the development of a new business model for a sustainable future. The new business model will be developed in conjunction with Volunteer Leaders, Young People, KDYS Board and Management, and other Stakeholders as relevant. It will seek to ensure that KDYS Youth Clubs are high quality provisions, with measurable outcomes, incorporating the voice of young people. The post holder will lead out on the design, implementation and evaluation of a Business Plan for KDYS volunteer led services. This is a full time role operating at senior level within KDYS and requires a strategic focus. The initial contract is for nine months, with any renewal of the contract beyond the initial fixed term dependant on the successful development and delivery of a sustainable business model. The KDYS Development and Volunteer-Led Services Officer will be a dynamic individual, who is highly motivated, flexible and values the contribution of key stakeholders to achieve success. Applicants should have relevant 3rd level degree and a minimum 2 years relevant work experience and a working knowledge and understanding of Irish charity fundraising sector with experience in non-profit fundraising, development and volunteering. PLEASE VIEW THE JOB DESCRIPTION FOR FULL DETAILS OF THE POST AND THE REQUIREMENTS. A panel may be formed from which future vacancies may be filled . Job Description and Application Form, available to download from, or by request to: and also attached below. Please submit completed Application Form on or before: 5 pm, Wednesday 28th August 2019 Shortlisting will apply. KDYS is an Equal Opportunities Employer KDYS is a Health Promoting Youth Organisation KDYS complies with the Governance Code for Community, Voluntary and Charity Organisations in Ireland

8 days ago

Expense Admin Manager

Brown Brothers HarrimanDublinFull-timeVolunteer

Expense Administration Manager At Brown Brothers Harriman, we believe no job is too big or small for any of us to handle if it helps our clients. We value passionate, committed people who enjoy collaborating with others to find new solutions to complex business challenges. We are looking for the type of person who speaks their mind, truly listens and steps outside their role to add value wherever they can. Someone who is driven to get things done and views obstacles as an exciting challenge that demands a creative solution. Above all, we seek someone who takes great pride in their work and is inspired and motivated by their role in protecting and enhancing our client’s financial well-being. We are recruiting an Expense Administration Manager to join our Expense Administration Team. In this role you will oversee the team leaders of the Expense Administration Team who are responsible for the daily and ongoing execution of expense administration including the administration of invoices, expense related forecasts & budgets, accrual calculations, periodic reporting, process, maintenance & improvements, and implementing new client directed & BBH directed initiatives. The position provides support to the Expense Administration Team Leaders in terms of leadership, guidance and communication of major initiatives & directives. It also oversees service delivery to assigned client groups and are also responsible for system enhancements as they relate to Expense Administration and the development of the department. If you are looking to push your career to the next level, introduce yourself by submitting your resume. Key responsibilities include: # LI-Post Full time Dublin

10 days ago
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