Full-time Senior Administrator
Exciting opportunity for a full-time Senior Administrator based in Dublin, who thrives in a fast-paced, flexible environment and has an interest in working as part of a team to transform social services in Ireland.
In this diverse role, the Senior Administrator will work closely with the Genio Programme Managers and the Deputy Executive Director to provide administration and project management support for a €45m Service Reform fund (SRF) in mental health, homelessness, and disability. The role will be central to the development of multiple stakeholder collaborations and to ensuring that programme objectives are achieved as part of the SRF team.
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- Closing date for applications: 5pm Wednesday 28th March
- Interviews for shortlisted candidates: Wednesday 11th April, Dublin
Genio is an Irish-based, pioneering non-profit organisation specialising in social service transformation. We work with Government and philanthropy to support people in leading self-determined lives.
Genio currently works in Ireland in the fields of dementia, disability and mental health and is in the process of working with the Health Service Executive of Ireland and the Department of Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government in applying the model to the area of homelessness.
Since 2010, we have awarded funding from the HSE and the Atlantic Philanthropies to 226 projects (disability, mental health and dementia) nationally to provide over 5,900 people with individualised supports in the community. In addition over 11,000 families, carers and staff have attended information and training events through the projects we support.
Genio CLG (A Company Limited by Guarantee) is an Irish registered company (Reg no. 454839) governed by the Genio Board of Directors. Genio established a charitable trust in 2010 called the Genio Trust in order to receive and disperse innovation funding. The Genio Trust is a registered charity (CHY 19312) governed by the Board of the Genio Trust. All members of Genio boards and committees give their time on a voluntary basis.
All applications received by Genio will be processed in accordance with the Data Protection Acts, 1988 and 2003. The information will only be used by Genio in the processing of job applications and for ongoing administrative purposes with job candidates.