County Wicklow Partnership is a Local Development Company and has responsibility for the implementation of the Rural Development (LEADER) Programme 2014 – 2020 in County Wicklow. The company has a vacancy for a Rural Development Officer (Maternity Leave Cover) to assist in the implementation of the Rural Development Programme to 2020.
To assist the implementation of the aims and objectives of Headline while gaining valuable work experience and high level professional exposure to the mental health and suicide prevention voluntary and statutory sectors. Specifically, the News Researcher will assist the Headline team with the analysis and collation of Irish media articles related to mental health and suicide prevention, Media correspondence, General office work.
The purpose of this role is to support the objectives of the Irish Environmental Network through the management and implementation of the communications strategy and help develop fundraising capacity in member groups. The role will give you an unparalleled perspective of the Irish environmental sector and environmental issues.
The purpose of this job is to coordinate the IFPA counselling service including managing a small team of accredited pregnancy counsellors. The successful candidate will ensure that IFPA counselling services are client-centred and comply with the relevant quality and accrediting body standards and accountable to all stakeholders in particular our clients, the IFPA Board, and funders.
To help support the needs of our continuing growing membership we have developed a new volunteer programme which will be run throughout Ireland. Each county will have an IMSA volunteer to support the sheds in their county. To develop and support the implementation of this programme it is essential that we have in place a volunteer coordinator.
A highly motivated, innovative youth enrichment leader passionate about supporting young people and helping them on the path to achieving their full potential. The Irish Squash & Education Association believes in providing opportunities for professional growth and will encourage the successful candidate to develop skills in a wide range of areas.
The Association is working to a National Development Plan Our Sport Our Future 2016-2019. This post has a key role to achieve the objectives and targets outlined in these. One of the key objectives of the Plan is to put the club and county player at the heart of everything we do. The key purpose of this new and innovative role is to develop and manage player welfare support initiatives at club and county levels within the Camogie Association.
The key purpose of this role is to develop, manage and support Camogie participation and growth initiatives that support clubs, schools and counties of the Provinces. The postholder will be an employee of the national Camogie Association. The post operates in a team environment and the post holder will be expected to work in a collaborative way with staff and volunteer colleagues.
The Administration Officer is responsible to the Operations and Development Manager, providing full administrative and clerical support in order to ensure effective and efficient administrative operations in Volunteer Ireland.