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A weekly roundup of jobs with purpose.

Night Support Worker
Dublin

About them:

What started out as a refuge 30 years ago has grown expediently to best meet women and children through each stage of the cycle of domestic abuse. This includes access to not just a choice of service supports but a wraparound delivery that takes a family from crisis to recovery.

 

What they say about this role:

Ensure the safety and security of Women and Children resident in Aoibhneas Women and Children’s Refuge.

 

Represent the work and ethos of Aoibhneas Women and Children’s Refuge.

Commercial Manager
Dublin 12

About them:

Walkinstown Green Social Enterprises provides training and employment opportunities to people with intellectual disabilities and those furthest from the labour market.

It does this through the operation of the Green Kitchen Cafe and Garden Centre in Walkinstown Green and the Mess Cafe in Richmond Barracks.

 

What they say about this role:

The manager will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of all the social enterprise including the Green Kitchen Cafes, the Green Garden Centre and the management of facilities at 12 and 12A Walkinstown Green. The manager is integral in creating an environment that is welcoming to existing and new customers and developing self-sustaining enterprises that provides training and employment opportunities for people with disabilities.

The manager will be responsible for the financial sustainability of all enterprises operated by the company.

Desk Officer
Dublin 2

About them:

Since its foundation in 1968, Concern has gone on to work in over 50 countries, responding to major emergencies as well as implementing long term development programmes. Today, with more than 3,900 staff of 50 nationalities, Concern operates in 25 of the world’s poorest countries, helping people to achieve major and long-lasting improvements in their lives.

What they say about this role:
The Desk Officer will be focal point within the organisation for assigned countries, liaising with all departments in relation to these countries. The Desk Officer will provide advice and management support to country programmes and keep the Regional Director briefed on pertinent issues and changing circumstances as they arise.

 

 

Communications and Fundraising Officer
Glenageary, Dublin

About them:

Mental Health Ireland (MHI) is a national voluntary organisation with a network of Mental Health Associations (MHAs) active throughout the country. Mental Health Ireland aims to promote positive mental health through education, training and awareness raising and to support persons who experience mental health difficulties, their families and significant others through the activities of Mental Health Associations’ and national advocacy.

 

What they say about this role:

Working as a member of Mental Health Ireland’s head office team, this position offers an opportunity to work closely with our Head of Fundraising and Communications, making a real contribution to the development of Mental Health Ireland’s Communications and Fundraising programmes.

Head of HR
Dublin 1

About them:

Clúid Housing is an award winning, not-for-profit charity providing over 6500 affordable, high quality homes to people in housing need. Established in 1994, Clúid has grown to become the largest approved housing body (AHB) in Ireland.

 

What they say about this role:

Along with the Director of Business Transformation, Communications, Facilities & Human Resources, you will deliver the people agenda of the corporate strategy and contribute to a progressive HR agenda which is aligned with the business plan. You will champion the corporate values of the organisation will be accountable for all people processes within the organisation. This role will provide support and advice to the business on all human resource matters. The successful candidate will develop close working relationships with senior managers to gain an understanding of their business strategies and people requirements.

 

 

 

Human Resource Manager
Dublin 2

About them: 

AID:Tech is an award-winning company delivering enterprise level blockchain solutions.

 

We were the first company in the world to successfully deliver aid to Syrian refugees completely transparently using Blockchain technology.

 

What they say about this role:

We are looking for an experienced and ambitious HR & Payroll generalist to join a rapidly expanding company based in Dublin.  

You will work closely with all areas of the business to provide a high level of service to the team. In particular you will manage the recruiting process, including conducting interviews, assessments, as well as overseeing the onboarding process, ensuring tasks such as contracts and induction training are implemented to encourage team engagement from the get go.

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