Hereditary Haemochromatosis (HH) is an inherited, life-threatening condition which affects approximately 1 in 83 Irish people. Untreated, the condition leads to a large range of serious complications resulting in significantly decreased quality of life and life expectancy. Treatment and early diagnosis often preserves life expectancy and quality of life and diagnosis can save lives.
The Irish Haemochromatosis Association was originally founded in 2002 as a patient support organisation, and has since developed into a patient advocacy group and a source of high quality information about HH.
The IHA is now seeking a highly motivated, results-driven Executive Director to join the organisation take it to the next level in terms of awareness, strategic planning, advocacy and fundraising.
Reporting to the Board, the Executive Director will maintain and enhance the reputation, profile and efficacy of the IHA through relationship management and effective marketing and communications activities.
We are seeking a confident, competent and experienced professional with experience of working with volunteers and members, and an understanding of the charity sector. Proven experience growing income through fundraising and membership would be a distinct advantage.
You will feel passionate about the IHA’s important work and will have a natural talent for building relationships and inspiring action.
If you are a dynamic professional with outstanding communication and project management skills as well as an interest in the work of the IHA and a demonstrable flair for building and maintaining relationships with a variety of stakeholders, we’d love to hear from you!
The recruitment campaign for the role of Executive Director is being managed exclusively on behalf of the Irish Haemochromatosis Association by non-profit specialist recruitment consultancy Charity Careers Ireland.
If you would like to find out more about this role, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request the full job description and information pack prior to making your application.
Closing Date: 5pm on Friday, 29th March
Role type: Part-time (3 days per week); 2 year contract initially
Salary: €30,000 based on a 3 day week