The Digital Communications and Fundraising Officer will develop the organisation’s digital platforms, creating content and maximising opportunities for income generation to help maintain the sustainability of the organisation. They will have top-notch digital, organisational and communications skills. They will work closely with the Communications and Advocacy Manager as well as the Chief Executive Officer.
We are looking for candidates who have a minimum of 1 to 2 years’ administration experience in an arts related field, a knowledge of Ireland’s arts and culture environment, policies and structures, and a relevant third level qualification in an arts related field. Candidates must have excellent administration skills, great organisational and project management capabilities, and excellent written and oral communication skills.
Working in conjunction with Cork Kerry Community Healthcare (CKCH) the HSE and local organisations CSP is seeking to recruit for the position of a Project Lead for a Community Activity and Wellbeing Initiative which will be funded by Slaintecare. This is a new position for CSP and the initial contract of employment will be for 10 months. This is time limited as per conditions of the Slaintecare Integration Fund.
We are now looking for a person to coordinate a project start up and development, train a team of technicians who will identify, test, refurbish and provide data destruction as well as prepare electronic items for reuse. The right person will be motivated to grow within our organisation as well as be an effective communicator and project coordinator.
The Dyslexia Association of Ireland is currently seeking applications from suitably qualified candidates for the following positions: Information Officer, Adult Dyslexia Coordinator (Assistive Tech. Specialism) & Assistant Educational Psychologist.
Applications are invited for the position of: Job Coach / Instructor in Killarney. Permanent, Part-Time Post (19.5 hours per week). Applicants must have a relevant 3rd level qualification & experience of working with adults with an Intellectual Disability. We are also seeking to recruit relief Nurses, Social Care & Support Workers – Countywide.
Research Assistant with the Vincentian Partnership for Social Justice (VPSJ), working as part of the Research Team at the Minimum Essential Budget Standards research centre. You will contribute to, and support, the on-going social research on the cost of a Minimum Essential Standard of Living for households in Ireland.
This is a very dynamic position in a busy arts organisation. A full-time multi-faceted role which includes marketing, social media, accounts management, development and public contact. This role suits an enthusiastic person who likes variety and producing results, with a visual as well as technical flair and a passion for engaging people in the arts.
We are currently recruiting a Manager of Services to join our organisation. The successful candidate will have responsibility for managing the service and the coordination, development and implementation of all the support services in accordance with the values and strategic direction of the organisation. The successful candidate will report to a Board of Directors.
The successful candidate will work with key stakeholders to support the disability interest at local level and to ensure the inclusion and participation of people with disabilities in local decision making and in the development and delivery of services. The successful candidate will deliver an agreed programme of work that will be reported upon as part of DFI’s Operational Plan.