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Personal Assistant
Cork

About us:

 

IPPN is the officially-recognised professional body for the leaders of Irish primary schools. It is an independent, not-for-profit association with a local, regional and national presence. Recognised by the Minister for Education as an official Education Partner, IPPN works with the DES, management bodies, unions, education agencies, academic institutions and children’s charities towards the advancement of primary education. The Republic of Ireland has approximately 540,000 children attending 3,320 primary schools. IPPN articulates the collective knowledge and professional experience of over 6,600 Principals and Deputy Principals.

 

 

About this role:

 

To reflect the planned expansion of IPPN’s support and services to our members, we are now extending our support team to include a Personal Assistant/Administrator. Reporting to the CEO or another delegated staff member this person will work closely with the Support Office Team in the completion of the various projects and initiatives undertaken by the Team. The post offers an excellent opportunity for an ambitious candidate to work in a dynamic and effective professional association. This position is a full time, permanent role with a competitive salary.

Centre Manager
Dublin

About us:

 

Pieta House provide a range of counselling services for people who are suicidal, engage in self-harm or who are bereaved by suicide. Pieta House also operate a national 24 hour helpline (1800 247 247) and a dedicated Research, Education and Training office. We are committed to delivering our services with care and professionalism and continue to strive to ensure that we provide the best service for our clients.

 

About this role:

 

The role of the Centre Manager is to manage a team of therapists and oversee all clinical issues that may arise in Pieta House.  The Centre Manager will also be responsible for the management of the clinical support (admin) staff including operations, procedures and resources to facilitate and support the delivery of a “best in class” counselling service. This also includes ensuring that the “Pieta Way” for each Centre is delivered effectively and on time, while maintaining office services and efficiency, supervising office staff and maintaining office records.

Chief Clinical Scientist, Laboratory Manager, (Molecular and Cytogenetics laboratories)
Dublin

About us:

 

Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin (OLCHC) is Ireland’s largest paediatric hospital. Our Lady’s mission is to constantly improve the health and wellbeing of children and adolescents in a safe environment which is driven by quality healthcare and supported by excellence in Knowledge, Education and Research. OLCHC is a teaching hospital and actively supports the development of both employees and students across a wide range of disciplines. The hospital facilitates medical student placements from Trinity College Dublin (TCD), University College Dublin (UCD) and the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland (RCSI), and provides a limited overseas medical elective programme.  

 

 

About this role:

 

An opportunity has arisen for the lead role of Chief Clinical Scientist who takes overall responsibility for all scientific leadership, management and development of all aspects of the genetics laboratories encompassing Molecular and Cytogenetics. The Chief Clinical Scientist with the Clinical Lead is responsible for the overall running of the Molecular and Cytogenetic Laboratories within the Clinical Directorate structure. The Chief Clinical Scientist will have a demonstrable track record and expertise within the field of Genetics. The post holder must be able to demonstrate leading scientific expertise, strong organisational leadership, resilience, and values as set out by the Children’s Health Ireland. This Role provides leadership and management of overall DCG Laboratory

Safeguarding Officer Sunshine House
Dublin

About us:

 

The Sunshine Fund is a Conference of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul which provides week-long residential summer holidays for children, aged 7 to 11, from disadvantaged parts of Dublin, Meath, Wicklow and Kildare. The holidays take place in Sunshine House; a purpose-built center in Balbriggan. Each week from June to August, up to 100 children are provided with a holiday. The Sunshine Fund operates 13 weeks of holidays throughout the summer months. We have a team of volunteers that run each week throughout the season.

 

 

About this role:

 

The Safeguarding Officer will coordinate the operation of the Sunshine House Holiday Programme and in particular will oversee the day to day care and welfare of children attending Sunshine House.  The focus of the role is child centered. The Safeguarding Officer will be fully involved with the team leads and volunteers each week, and available to guide, advise, draw attention to potential risks, liaise with parents, and make reports to Tusla if required.

Support Worker
Dublin

About us:

 

CIDP is committed to ensuring that the people in our service are empowered to live the best life possible. We will be recruiting on a monthly basis to ensure that the right staff are in place, prepared, trained, and ready to support people as they transition to their new homes. We are hugely committed to investing in our staff and provide a very generous training package.

 

 

About this role:

 

The Catholic Institute for Deaf People (CIDP) are seeking Support Workers to provide support to the people who live in St Joseph’s House and for people in their own homes.  Our vision is to support people to live an inclusive life with equal opportunities empowering each person to shape and direct their future. The successful candidates will support and facilitate individuals to transition from the residential to their own homes and support them to develop and hold valued social roles in the community. This position is for up to 35 hours per week, to include some evenings, sleepovers and weekends, with premiums paid on Sundays and national holidays.  You will be working as part of a team within a residential home with opportunity to have dedicated keyworking hours to support people to develop skills they need to prepare for life in the community. You will also have further opportunities to apply for positions that arise when people secure new homes in the community.

Support Worker
Cork

About us:

 

The Cork Association for Autism (CAA) is a Section 39 organisation substantially funded by the HSE but supported by a fully voluntary Board and a host of volunteers. The CAA has evolved into a comprehensive Autism specific support service over the years and today employs over 140 staff who range from care assistants to social care workers and outreach support workers. The service provides person centred support and skill development programs to adults on the Autism spectrum throughout the Cork and Kerry region. The service is the preeminent Autism Specific Service Provider in the region.

 

 

About this role:

 

The person appointed to this post will work either in an individual own family home or within the wider community often times during the evenings or at weekends.
This is an invaluable support for families and caregivers, and will support Service Users reach their potential, by providing care and support based on their assessed needs

Development Manager
Dublin

About us:

 

Poetry Ireland is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to connect people with poetry, and in doing so create opportunities for poets. It has been in operation for over 40 years, and in that time it has championed the cause of Irish poetry and poets at home and abroad. In September 2016 Poetry Ireland moved into its beautiful new home in Dublin’s Parnell Square. They are now embarked on ambitious and innovative plans for the redevelopment of this expansive Georgian townhouse as an all-island institution dedicated to poetry in all its forms.

 

 

About the role:

 

Poetry Ireland is now seeking an experienced, dynamic Development Manager with excellent communication skills and a strong network of contacts to help them realise their ambitions and deliver a robust fundraising programme. The flexibility that the role offers in terms of remote working and its 3-day per week nature may suit an experienced fundraiser with a proven track record seeking to achieve a greater work–life balance. If you have proven success in leading donor campaigns; an ability to engage with high-net worth individuals, corporates and trusts and foundations; and a strong appreciation of poetry and the arts, we’d love to hear from you!

PA to the Director of Academic Registry
Dublin

About us:

 

The Academic Registry is responsible for services that support the complete student lifecycle of Trinity College Dublin – from application to graduation. We are committed to providing professional, friendly and experienced service to students, staff and public enquirers. The Director of the Academic Registry has responsibility for delivering and developing academic administration services and supporting academic policy development and its implementation.

 

 

About this role:

 

The Academic Registry (AR) is seeking to appoint an Executive Officer (full-time) on a permanent basis. This post is required to provide essential support to the Director of Academic Registry, and the AR Leadership Team. There is a secondary reporting line to the Activity Lead of the Communications, HR and Administration Team and the successful candidate will be expected to provide support within that team also. The PA will provide support to the Director of Academic Registry, including: diary management; email management; correspondence; document management, (both hard copy and electronic); arranging meetings; filing, travel arrangements, preparing presentations; collating and circulating papers for meetings; responding to ad hoc data/information requests and other secretarial tasks as required.

Learning and Communications Officer.
Dublin

About us:

 

GOAL believes in a world where poverty no longer exists, where vulnerable communities are resilient, where barriers to well being are removed, and where everyone has equal rights and opportunities. Our mission is to work with the most vulnerable communities to help them respond to and recover from humanitarian crises. We live by our five core values – humanitarianism, courage, integrity, respect, and partnership, to assist communities to build solutions to mitigate poverty and vulnerability. 

 

 

About this role:

 

GOAL is strengthening its Communications department and offers a truly unique opportunity to join the team as the Learning and Communications Officer. In this role, you will develop a variety of multimedia products for internal and external audiences around learning from GOAL’S programming. This is an exciting communications opportunity for a confident writer who wants to engage with a wide range of technical areas relevant to poverty eradication and global development in both emergency and development contexts.

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