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Head of Partnership and Fundraising
Dublin

About us:

 

A Lust for Life is an award-winning Irish well being movement, created to transform how we talk and treat mental health. We are currently looking for a creative, talented and passionate soul to work with us to take our movement to the next level. Do you have the skills and conviction to help us deliver on our mission:

  • To support, inspire and empower people to take care of their own minds
  • To change societal/cultural norms around mental health
  • To change societal infrastructure, so that our culture and society always catch people when they fall

 

 

About this role:

 

Role objectives include:

  • Craft innovative, high-impact fundraising and partnership solutions which are consistent and supportive of A Lust for Life’s vision, mission and values.
  • Proactively identify and secure new long-term funders, partners and fundraising opportunities.
  • Strategically manage and evolve sustainable long-term key funder and partnership relationships on behalf of A Lust for Life.
  • Refresh and implement the A Lust for Life fundraising and partnership strategy.
  • Deliver on defined fundraising targets.
HR Officer
Dublin

About us:

 

From humble beginnings, Pieta House has grown to almost 270 therapists and administration staff, and the demand for our service hasn’t let up. In 2017 alone, over 7,000 people came through our doors suffering from suicidal ideation and/or engaging in self-harm, or to avail of suicide bereavement counselling.

As it has been from day one, everything is free of charge and our staff are fully qualified and provide a professional one-to-one therapeutic service for people who are experiencing suicidal ideation, people who have attempted suicide and people who are engaging in self-harm. A doctor’s referral or a psychiatric report is not required.

We’re passionate about our life-saving work. As 90% of our income comes from fundraising events, we rely heavily on the support and encouragement of our volunteers and friends of Pieta.

 

 

About this role:

 

To provide an effective HR administration service for internal clients in supporting the recruitment process for employees. To update employee records and liaise with relevant internal stakeholders. To provide relevant HR support, information and advice to employees as required in line with company policy and legislation. To collaborate with line managers to provide information and/or training to employees on aspects of HR processes and procedures.

Community Health Project Officer
Dublin

About us:

 

The overall aim of the Ballyfermot Chapelizod  Partnership is to support the community to reach its full potential, to encourage participation, and to target its resources at those most in need in our community.

The BC Partnership was set up in 1996 as a response to long term unemployment and poverty. The BC Partnership was an initiative of local community activists and Ballyfermot Area Action Co-operative who sought funding from Government to support a range of programmes and activists which would support the local community to tackle social exclusion and poverty caused by unemployment, and other social factors.

 

 

About this role:

 

A review in 2018 by Ballyfermot Chapelizod Partnership, Ballyfermot Traveller Action Project (BTAP) and the HSE of the health needs in the area identified the poor health outcomes for many adults living in the D10 area and in particular, the poor health outcomes for members of the Traveller Community living in the D10 area and in particular Traveller men.

The post holder while employed by BCP will be required to work with BTAP for between 14- 17.5 hours per week on a dedicated programme to promote Traveller health. The post holder will also work in collaboration with other BCP and HSE supported programmes such as Healthy Food Made Easy, Heads Up (which is a HSE funded programme aimed at supporting mental health and wellbeing in a community setting) and the DEASP funded Ability programme aimed at the employability of young people with identified mental health challenges.

Senior Software Engineer
Dublin

About us:

 

Etsy is the global marketplace for unique and creative goods. It’s home to a universe of special, extraordinary items, from unique handcrafted pieces to vintage treasures.

In a time of increasing automation, it’s our mission to keep human connection at the heart of commerce. That’s why we built a place where creativity lives and thrives because it’s powered by people. We help our community of sellers turn their ideas into successful businesses. Our platform connects them with millions of buyers looking for an alternative — something special with a human touch, for those moments in life that deserve imagination.

As a company, we strive to lead with our guiding principles and to help spread ideas of sustainability and responsibility whose impact can reach far beyond our own business.

 

 

About this role:

 

Etsy is seeking a Senior Software Engineer who is passionate about creating fast, simple, and reliable processes and tools for releasing software at scale. We’re looking for people who excel at working with others, challenge the status-quo, and are exceptional problem-solvers. We value clear communication, honest feedback, and empathy for the users of our services.

 

We are a small team, distributed across multiple time-zones and two continents; an agile team responsible for the tools that Etsy engineers use every single day in building, testing, and deploying our products to production. We are transitioning into a service organization. We partner with engineers to identify areas to improve the flow from code to production as we build the platform that connects millions of sellers and customers. Learn more about our engineering philosophies, tools, and some of the challenges we’ve been solving on our Engineering blog: http://codeascraft.com

Personal Assistant/Senior Administrator
Dublin

About us:

 

Glanbia plc is a global nutrition group, dedicated to delivering better nutrition for every step of life’s journey.  Headquartered in Kilkenny, Ireland. We employ over 6,000 people across 32 countries and our products are sold or distributed in over 130 countries. Our major production facilities are located in Ireland, the US, the UK, Germany and China.  

As a global nutrition company Glanbia is united by a single common purpose which is; Delivering better nutrition for every step of life’s journey. It is the guiding principle behind what Glanbia stands for and what we aspire to achieve.

 

About this role:

 

We are looking for a commercially savvy Personal Assistant or Senior Administrator who is passionate about the sports nutrition industry to help support members of the Leadership team. You will ensure that they receive a high standard of professional support, in particular with diary management and making complex travel arrangements

Rental & Tenancy Administrator
Dublin

About us:

 

Peter McVerry Trust is a national housing and homeless charity committed to reducing homelessness and the harm caused by substance misuse and social disadvantage.

The charity provides low-threshold entry services, primarily to younger people and vulnerable adults with complex needs, and offers pathways out of homelessness based on the principles of the Housing First model.

 

 

About this role:

 

This role involves ensuring that all rent payments are received from the tenancies of the Peter McVerry Trust, receiving, recording and banking of all rent monies and liaising with services in the Peter McVerry Trust in relation to residents rent.

The successful candidate will have experience of working in a busy office environment. A proven ability to multitask, project plan and respond professionally and efficiently to requests is required. A high energy organiser, with a passion for helping people and finding solutions for any day to day administration and office matters.

Senior Policy and Public Affairs Adviser
Dublin

About us:

 

The National Disability Authority (NDA), as the independent statutory body provides information and advice to the Government on policy and practice relevant to the lives of persons with disabilities. We have a role to assist the Minister for Justice and Equality in the co-ordination of disability policy.

Our functions include research, developing and collaborating on the development of relevant statistics; assisting in the development of standards; developing codes of practice and monitoring the implementation of standards, codes and employment of persons with disabilities in the public service.

We work through our Centre for Excellence in Universal Design to promote the universal design of the built environment, products, services and information and communication technologies so that they can be easily accessed and used by everyone, including persons with disabilities.

 

 

About this role:

 

The Senior Policy & Public Affairs Advisor will be required to assist in the review and analysis of issues as relevant to persons with disabilities in Ireland, and the development of practical policy advice on this basis. In the first instance, the post-holder may be focused on work related to specific policy areas regarding justice matters and international instruments, including the implementation of UNCRPD in Ireland, while being flexible and available to contribute to or take on other policy areas as organisational needs may require.

The Officer will be required to foster and develop a number of key relationships with colleagues and personnel from a range of government departments and agencies and representative organisations of people with disabilities. A high degree of flexibility and creativity will be required. Strong analytical, written and oral communication and project management skills are among the requirements for this role.

Assistant Psychologist
Dublin

About us:

 

NLN is the training and employment division of the Rehab Group. This role provides an excellent opportunity for an early career psychologist who wishes to progress to further training in clinical or educational psychology. We have over 50 years’ experience in the area of training for employment or further education and benefit from a highly experienced multi-disciplinary team of nearly 600 teachers, trainers, programme development officers, psychologists, counsellors and employment support staff.

 

 

About this role:

 

The Assistant Psychologist will be responsible for supporting third level students in developing effective learning strategies to maximise the accessibility of course curricula and assessment. The role involves identifying and coordinating the provision of academic, social and emotional supports required by students registered with the Disability & Learning Support Services.

They will also be responsible for conducting needs assessments and carrying out research and evaluation thereby ensuring services reflect best practice at all times.  They will report to and be supervised by an Educational Psychologist. This role provides an excellent opportunity for an early career psychologist who wishes to progress to further training in clinical or educational psychology.  A panel will be formed from candidates selected for interview and members of this panel may be asked to fill future vacancies as they arise.

Desk Officer

About us:

 

GOAL is an international aid charity dedicated to alleviating the suffering of the poorest of the poor. Established in Dublin in 1977 by John O’Shea, John became GOAL’s CEO and main driving force for the next 35 years. We respond quickly and effectively to sudden and slow onset emergencies, sustaining lives and alleviating suffering. We work with affected communities to find and deliver solutions to meet their immediate needs.

 

 

About this role:

 

In GOAL, the Desk Officer is responsible for ensuring the coordination of information between Head Office and the country programmes, particularly regarding donor submissions and contracts, programme and organisational information, and provision of overall programme support. This includes facilitating the provision of wider Head Office support to the Country Director and senior in country team for the effective implementation of the country programme.

At Head Office and at international level, the Desk Officer is the first point of contact for all information on assigned country programmes.

 

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