CF Ireland (CFI) is a voluntary organisation established by a group of parents in 1963 to improve the treatment and facilities
for people with Cystic Fibrosis in Ireland. Our key focus is the provision of services, information and support for people with
CF in Ireland. We receive no core state funding, but we have grown from our voluntary roots to become the leading voice
for the CF Community in Ireland, with 23 branches across Ireland.
The office administrator receptionist role is to ensure the efficient running of the Cystic Fibrosis Ireland national office,
including secretarial duties and general administrative support.
About this role:
Key Responsibilities include:
o Meeting and greeting all visitors in a friendly and professional manner.
o Answering phones and emails in a professional and helpful manner and directing calls/emails
o Check voicemail and forward out of hours messages to relevant staff as soon as possible.
o Arrange and set up boardroom for meetings including tea and coffee facilities.
o Order lunches for meetings as required.
o Carry out typing, filing and other general clerical duties.
o Booking travel and accommodation for staff/members.
o Ensure the smooth running of day to day general office services.
Childline is the national listening service for children and young people in Ireland, and is a confidential service run by the ISPCC, by telephone, text and online. Childline answers over 310,000 contacts every year by phone, text and web chat. Childline is one of the ISPCC’s suite of services for children and is open 365 days a year. Our volunteers come from all walks of life, and receive significant training in active listening to equip them to listen to, support and empower children.
All calls are free to the child and the cost of all telephone calls is funded by Vodafone, through a long-term partnership agreement with ISPCC Childline. Texts are free to the user on every network, and the Childline.ie chat service is free.
About this role:
- To support the Childline service in all it’s operational and strategic aims.
- To provide a listening service to children and young people that is non-judgmental and non-problem centred in focus.
- To ensure that all children are treated with respect and dignity
- To provide a listening service that is accessible to children.
- To prevent child abuse and to protect children through empowerment.
- To act at all times in accordance with ISPCC policy guidelines and to take immediate appropriate action if a child is at risk.
- To ensure maximum accessibility to the Childline service for all children by answering calls in a timely and efficient manner.
- To ensure that all administration systems are maintained and good record keeping practices are in place.
- To provide a service to children and young people that they can use in whatever capacity they feel is appropriate.
- To be flexible by carrying out duties as requested by the society such as administration tasks or duties that involve, the support and development of volunteers.
- To be involved where possible in the Society’s campaigning, lobbying, training and research, public education and fundraising initiatives.
Axis is an arts centre and a resource for the community and it’s city. We identify artistic excellence in, and provides opportunity for, artistic experience of an international standard in Ballymun at the heart of the Northside of Dublin.
This opportunity is part of a much larger Cultural Adaptations project: a European co-operation project, funded through the Creative Europe programme of the European Commission, running October 2018 – March 2021. Four cultural organisations in countries with similar climate challenges but differing socio-political frameworks (Scotland, Ireland, Belgium and Sweden) will explore the different cultural approaches taken to society’s adaptation to climate change. Each country partnership will jointly research, develop, plan and implement their own Embedded Artist Project in which an artist explores and provides new ways of thinking, fresh perspective and different approaches to the complex and seemingly intractable challenges that climate change present.
About this role:
This is an exciting, paid opportunity for an artist or cultural practitioner interested in exploring the role the arts can play in shaping how our society adapts to the impact of climate change. It offers the chance to participate in an action-research project taking place at a European level and to contribute new knowledge to the local and international sector. This role is imagined for an experienced and established individual artist or cultural practitioner, working in any discipline, looking to use their creative skills to contribute to society and the wider environment.
The types of skills and experience that will be beneficial for this project include:
– Interest and experience of working collaboratively with diverse groups and in non-arts contexts.
– Experience of making strategic contributions to initiatives. Synthesising diverse facts, goals and references, making connections and communicating with different ‘audiences’.
– Experience of building engagement and developing communications for socially or politically-challenging topics.
– Imaginative thinking and the ability to work with complexity and varying degrees of scale.
– Knowledge of or demonstrable interest in learning about sustainability-related issues, including climate change.
World Vision Ireland was established as a registered Irish charity in 1983 and currently has 20 staff located in Dublin. World Vision Ireland’s primary objective is to support the delivery of high quality development programmes and humanitarian & emergency relief programmes in line with World Vision Ireland’s Strategic Plan. We do this by raising private, institutional and Governmental funds, supporting the delivery of programmes in National Offices, by informing the Irish public about development and humanitarian issues as witnessed first-hand by World Vision in the field, and by influencing Irish Governmental policy in the areas of long-term development and emergency relief.
World Vision Ireland is a member of the World Vision International partnership, which is both the largest emergency relief and Child Sponsorship agency in the world.
About this role:
The Senior Programme Officer – Humanitarian and Emergency Affairs will be focal point within the organisation for an assigned portfolio, liaising with all departments in relation to the management and delivery of this portfolio. The Senior Programme Officer – Humanitarian and Emergency Affairs will support the design, planning, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation of World Vision Ireland’s Irish Aid funded Humanitarian Programme Plan and support components of World Vision Ireland’s ebola response.
We are the leading cancer research trials organisation in Ireland.
Our vision is for patients with cancer to have the opportunity to participate in potentially life enhancing cancer trials, and for Ireland to be a highly attractive location to open cancer trials.
Our mission is to discover new diagnostics and treatments that will extend and enhance the lives of millions of people who are diagnosed with cancer each year.
We work with the foremost Medical, Surgical and Radiation Oncologists, as well as Haematologists and Research Specialists (Oncology Research Nurses, Translational Scientists, Data Managers, Pharmacists and staff) in Ireland. 98% of all cancer treating specialists in Ireland are members of Cancer Trials Ireland.
We enable, support and oversee the running of over 100 trials involving thousands of patients.
In addition, our members had many articles published in peer reviewed journals, abstracts published and addressed some of the most highly regarded international cancer conferences.
Since we were established in 1996, more than 15,000 patients have participated in over 350 cancer trials.
We are a not-for-profit registered charity.
About this role:
- Head of operational strategies for clinical programs and functions through appropriate leadership, direction and expertise
- Deliver operational strategies to the functions of Clinical, Biometrics, and Pharmacovigilance and align with Cancer Trials Ireland’s Mission and Strategy
- Working alongside the CEO and Leadership Team, contribute to policy development, strategic planning and business development of Cancer Trials Ireland
- Lead and oversee the effective development, implementation and execution of clinical programs within agreed timelines, resources and budget
- Build and foster strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders such as Chief Investigators, internal committees, industry partners, funders, investigator/site research team members
- Preparation of funding applications and periodic reports to funders
- Provide and present ongoing operational plans and status reports to the CEO, Clinical Executive and Board as required
- Oversight of the operation of committees with responsibility for the scientific direction of the clinical program, the medical oversight of the study portfolio, and representation of the investigator/site network
- Represent the company at national and international meetings and conferences
- Line management of Project Managers and Heads of Departments with responsibility for study management
- Identify program risks and develop and implement mitigation strategies
- Foster a quality and compliance culture. Ensure employees are appropriately trained and comply with Cancer Trials Ireland policies, SOPs and applicable regulatory requirements and quality standards
- Approve relevant company SOPs
- Create a positive work environment by encouraging mutual respect and accountability
- Attend training programs and conferences, as required
The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC) is Ireland’s national child protection charity. Our mission is to make the protection of children everyone’s priority.
The ISPCC provides a range of services directly to children and families, and advocates for change to enhance the lives of children in Ireland. It is funded through fundraising and through funding provided by government agencies for the delivery of specified services.
About this role:
The Bounce Back Youth Service is a service aimed at young people aged between 10-24, in the areas of South East and West Cavan.
It’s a rural resilience project that reaches out to young people who are isolated in the rural communities of West & South East Cavan and helps build better relationships and better mental health.
As part of the project the ISPCC provides a free, comprehensive, community based one-to-one support service (including out-of-hours access) to children and young people who may be experiencing emotional and behavioural difficulties. This is provided by professional ISPCC support workers.
Children and families come to us with a wide range of issues, they are often in a crisis situation and we are here 24 hours a day to respond to them. Working with, and empowering children and families to overcome problems and lead happier healthier lives is just part of what we do. We actively target improving social inclusion through building connections and supporting relationships within families, giving them the skills to build a brighter future for their children.
The service aims to intervene to provide children and young people with the necessary supports to promote psychological resilience and maintain their psychological wellbeing, regardless of social or emotional background. Anyone concerned about a child can make a referral to the service. This includes parents, professionals and young people themselves.
AHEAD, a national centre for inclusive education is looking for an Executive Director to lead the organisation.
AHEAD is an NGO with a strong track record of creating inclusive learning environments in education and employment so that students with disabilities can succeed. The purpose of the role is to lead the organisation and ensure that the team is focused on delivering on its mission and achieving its strategic goals.
About this role:
Have a recognised third level qualification, e.g. Degree and Masters level. Have a least three years’ experience in a senior role within an educational environment.
- Have an in-depth knowledge and understanding of social justice issues and of the third level sector and how students with disabilities are supported within it.
- Have a deep understanding of national strategy in higher and further education in relation to access and disability.
- Demonstrate an ability in project management, communication and in managing budgets and allocating resources.
- Have a knowledge of governance in H&S, Data Protection and Company Law and to operate at Board level.
- Have a successful track record in building and maintaining collaborative partnerships with key external and internal stakeholders within education, Government at a national and local level.
- Demonstrate the ability to provide leadership to strengthen relationships with the membership and staff of AHEAD
- Demonstrate strong communication skills and ability to communicate the message of inclusion both internally and externally.
- Demonstrate an understanding of running a small organisation.
Jigsaw’s mission is to advance the mental health of young people in Ireland by influencing change, strengthening communities and delivering services through our evidence-informed, early intervention approach.
To achieve this, we are working with dedicated, compassionate and highly experienced people across a range of disciplines. Our teams across Ireland are delivering high quality, impactful work, helping us realise an Ireland where every young person’s mental health is valued and supported.
We hire from across a variety of disciplines, take a look at all our vacancies below or learn more about careers on our clinical teams, and careers in research.
About this role:
Jigsaw is at an exciting stage of development as an organisation. We are entering another period of significant growth and development. In line with this, we need to ensure our infrastructure can support this growth. This is a new role to Jigsaw and will be central to the development, delivery and execution of Jigsaw’s IT strategy in order to support and achieve our organisational strategic objectives. The role will develop and drive the IT support function in all areas of Jigsaw’s work in order to deliver on our mission.
As an experienced, proactive self-starter, you will demonstrate a clear expertise and understanding of the IT needs of an organisation like Jigsaw. You will be a persuasive communicator with a strong focus on developing sustainable relationships with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders in order to develop our IT systems in line with our vision for Jigsaw to bring about an Ireland where every young person’s mental health is valued and supported.
This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced candidate to make an impact on a local and national level and to promote our mission and to develop and deliver sustainable, efficient systems to support the work of Jigsaw as a trusted Charity at the heart of the debate on Ireland’s youth mental health.
At Dublin Simon Community, we are passionate about making home a reality. Our aim is to empower people to access and retain a home by providing housing, prevention, addiction treatment, emergency response and other targeted interventions, through advocacy and partnership. If you share our values and want to make a difference also, come talk to us at Dublin Simon Community. We’re looking for client focused, friendly and adaptable people to join our team. This standard is achieved by organisations that have best practice Human Resource Systems in place, particularly in the area of staff training and development, communication, and staff involvement in the decision making processes in the organisation.
About this role:
This role is in the corporate partnerships team. The corporate partnerships executive will be responsible for supporting corporate partnerships, managing a portfolio of accounts, conducting prospect research and overseeing specific projects throughout the year. The successful candidate will be target driven and KPI focussed, with meticulous attention to detail, good IT skills and experience of dealing with senior leadership and external clients. You’ll report to the Corporate Partnerships Manager. As well as our induction program, you will be provided with 10 training days throughout the year, ensuring you have the support and training to succeed in this role.
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