North Wall Community Development Project: Board Members
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Expressions of interest are being sought for the positions of Directors by North Wall Community Development Project CLG.
NWCDP is part of the North East Inner City area based in Lower Sheriff Street, Dublin 1.
Brief Overview of NWCDP
The NWCDP, formerly the North Wall Women’s Centre, NWWC, was established in 1985 by a group of local women. Over the years the Centre recognised that its central message needed to be communicated to the broader community if the Centre is to provide global perspective on women’s issues, child welfare, social exclusion and facilitate interagency solutions rather than focus on single-issue perspectives and single-agency solutions.
In 2007 the Centre was awarded CDP status and funding made available to further develop the centre and community through additional employees and broader remit. Following much debate and consultation the goals of the centre were re-defined, the key objectives of the Centre were re-visited and a framework for achieving best practice in the delivery of the services of the NWCDP was put in place.
The activities of the NWCDP include but not limited to: -
- Local Training Initiative
- Training and Education
- Community Development
- Community Employment
- Little Treasurers Community Early Year’s Setting
Expressions of interest are sought from candidates who possess skills and experiences in any of the following areas : Human Resources, Community and Voluntary Organisations, Governance and Strategy Development.
Board meetings take place every month, with a commitment for sub-committee work on alternative months. Board meetings take place in the Lower Sheriff Street and are currently early morning.
This is a voluntary Board of Management. No fees will be paid to Board members.
Further details can be secured by contacting Nessan Vaughan, Company Secretary via email email@example.com or on 087 2515307.
Application closing date : Friday 22nd October 2021