Irish Red Cross: National Director of Youth

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Background Information:

Since our founding in 1939, the Irish Red Cross (IRC) has been dedicated to serving people in need whether they are here in Ireland or caught up in humanitarian crises in countries and regions throughout the globe. Today, the Irish Red Cross maintains an active network of over 3,000 volunteers at 78 branch locations based in large and small communities throughout the Republic of Ireland.
Irish Red Cross Youth (IRCY) members take part in a wide variety of activities, programmes and training, which are both educational and recreational. IRCY groups focus on the protection of life and health, humanitarian education, health and social care, personal development, international friendship and carry out dissemination of Red Cross Red Crescent Principles.
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Volunteering role:

The National Director of Youth (NDY) is the executive officer of Irish Red Cross Youth (IRCY) services and activities in the society. They assist in implementing the current Irish Red Cross (IRC) Strategy, and additional relevant strategies from the International Federation of Red Cross Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) concerning youth development, into all IRCY activities. The NDY is also, by default, the Chair of the National Youth Working Group (NYWG). This role will require approximately 5 hours per week, depending on the schedule of IRCY.

Role description:

Please see attached below.

To apply:

Please complete the application form at the following link -

Closing date:

Friday April 14th at 17:00

Contact details for applicants:

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Region: Dublin & Online