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Telephone Helpline Counsellors
Dublin

About us:

 

The Pieta House 24/7 Suicide Helpline is a confidential and professional service providing telephone/SMS counselling, support, advice and referral for people who may be feeling suicidal, engaging in self-harm, bereaved through suicide and for concerned friends or family members.

Pieta House is presently recruiting a number of Helpline Counsellors/Psychotherapists to be placed on a panel to provide cover when required.

 

About this role:

As the 24/7 Suicide Helpline is a 24 hour, 7 day a week service, the successful candidates will need to be flexible and available to work on shifts spread over the 24 hour day, including night shifts and weekends.  On average Helpline Counsellors work 3 eight hour shifts per week, on a rotating basis.

Applicants must be fully qualified Counsellors, Psychotherapists or Counselling Psychologists. Although training will be given to successful candidates, training and experience working with those at risk of or affected by suicide is also desirable.

Community and Events Fundraiser
Dublin

About us:

 

Our vision is of a world free from meningitis and septicaemia. A world where effective vaccinations can protect everyone.  A world where people who do get the diseases get the most effective diagnosis and treatments possible. A world where people affected and their families have the best support and information.

To achieve this we bring together people and expertise, linking patient experience, research, policy and practice. We do this by supporting research into effective vaccines, diagnostics and treatments. We share the results of the research with the public, health care professionals and research networks to raise awareness of what they can do to increase personal, family and community protection, optimise treatments and strengthen health systems.

We provide direct support to people and families affected. We believe that working in partnership the knowledge, experience, skills and finance available from the private sector are essential to achieving long term and sustainable impacts. We fundraise, inform and educate.

 

 

About this role:

 

We are seeking an enthusiastic, outgoing candidate who is passionate about fundraising. You will be sociable and enjoy networking as the role will require relationship management as well as looking to develop new partnerships within higher education and the student market. The ideal candidate will be an excellent communicator who is proactive in encouraging fundraising activity of all kinds and contributes to the achievement of overall fundraising targets.

 

We want the candidate to organise, recruit and resource our local and national fundraising events, student overseas treks and other student fundraising events in partnership with internal fundraising teams across the regions. Support, develop and inspire volunteers, community fundraisers, and key supporters. Utilise these networks to raise funds that enable MRF to achieve a world without meningitis and septicemia. Build lasting relationships and provide a first class service to MRF supporters.

HR Generalist
Dublin

About us:

 

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:

 

At Dublin Simon Community, we are working proactively to help resolve the biggest societal crisis of our time-homelessness. Our innovative services are all focused on making home a reality for our clients. We value community, excellence, innovation, respect and integrity and we incorporate these values into each service for our clients. While we provide supported temporary accommodation, we also provide a range of holistic services such as homeless prevention, medium to long term housing, addiction treatment, primary healthcare and other targeted interventions. Our employees are our strongest asset and we have been awarded the Excellence Through People accreditation for the past 7 years due to utilising the best Human Resource Management practices to demonstrate how much our employees are valued.

Resilience Academy Facilitator
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:

 

The Resilience Academy is the response of Pieta House to a nationally recognised requirement for mental health awareness in schools (National Office for Suicide Prevention, 2015) This 6 week course for second year students is part of the Pieta House suicide and self-harm prevention programme.  

The Resilience Academy Facilitator will be involved in the delivery of the 6 week programme among second year class groups within a school environment plus giving psychoeducation talks and presentations to various groups and interested parties.  The Resilience Academy Facilitator will report to the Training Manager.

Receptionist
Kildare

About us:

 

Trócaire works in partnership with local and church organisations, supporting communities in over 20 developing countries across Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East to bring about lasting change. Trócaire envisages a just and peaceful world where; people’s dignity is ensured and rights are respected; basic needs are met and resources are shared equitably; people have control over their own lives; those in power act for the common good.

 

 

About this role:

 

The Head Office Reception runs in a fully self-sufficient manner and provides excellent customer focus as a front-line service to the organisation. The Receptionist also contributes to the operation of the Donor Services and wider Fundraising & Marketing teams and provides support to other administrative functions when there is demand and scope.

For the candidate with the required experience and passion for the role, Trócaire offers a competitive package of salary and benefits.

Governance, Compliance and Risk Officer
Dublin

About us:

GROW is Ireland’s largest community-based mental health organisation and has been helping people on the road to mental health recovery for almost 50 years. We hold peer-support groups across Ireland each week. GROW groups follow a practical programme and provide mutual help and support to anyone experiencing mental health difficulties or struggling with their mental wellbeing. Meetings are free and confidential. Besides weekly support meetings, GROW also holds free community education, workplace, carer, and young adult programmes.

 

 

About this role:

 

The purpose of the role is to ensure coordination and delivery of Governance, Compliance and Risk within GROW. The role will involve coordinating multiple simultaneous work streams and communicating effectively with colleagues to ensure project deadlines are met and benefits delivered. To identify GROW requirements under governance, compliance and risk. To roadmap action required and plan, organise and deliver our compliance in these areas. To support GROW on its continuous improvement plan by managing related activities efficiently and effectively. To work with the Crisis Communication team and other committees where appropriate. To coach, train, lead and develop a small team of GRC personnel.

Partnership and Engagement Manager
Dublin

About us:

 

BeLonG To’s vision is for an Ireland where lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI+) young people are equal, safe, and valued in the diversity of their identities and experiences. We work with LGBTI+ young people as equals to achieve our vision through youth work, changing attitudes, and research.

Our core values are those of inclusion, integrity, and respect, in an environment of honesty and openness. Our purpose is to create a welcoming, supportive, safe, and fun space for LGBTI+ young people. We are committed to collaboration and youth participation. We believe in solidarity and intersectional equality, and our work focuses on human rights and social justice. We are dedicated to continuous improvement in everything we do.

 

 

About this role:

 

The purpose of this role is to devise and implement sustainable fundraising strategies and workplans to achieve BeLonG To’s annual targets through maintaining and growing its existing donor-base and securing new and sustainable sources of contributions. Current fundraising activities undertaken by BeLonG To include community fundraising, events, pledge donors, corporate funding/ partnerships, trusts/ foundations, and tax reclaims. Future fundraising plans will include direct mail, and legacies.

Maths Tutor
Remote

About us:

 

iScoil is an award winning social innovation that aims to open access to education for all young people. We create successful education programmes for early school leavers by providing an adaptable response to meet any need, circumstance or context. Available online or in blended settings, we believe in partnership to deliver a quality, multi-disciplinary learning environment.

 

 

About this role:

 

The Maths Tutor will be responsible for the delivery of the iScoil QQI Level 3 Programme in Mathematics. The Maths Tutor will grade student work, create content as required on the iScoil online platform, work with Mentors to support students complete the course, prepare student portfolios for QQI accreditation and other duties as required for the maths course. The aim of the maths module is to provide learners with a competency and a solid grounding in written, numeric, and interpersonal skills. It works to equip learners with the knowledge, skills and competence to apply these skills to solve mathematical problems. Learners develop an understanding of mathematical applications to everyday life and develop skills and confidence that allow them to deal competently with mathematical problems and numeric challenges that they will encounter at home, in further education, and in the workplace.

Administrator
Dublin

About us:

 

Our vision is of a world free from meningitis and septicaemia. A world where effective vaccinations can protect everyone.  A world where people who do get the diseases get the most effective diagnosis and treatments possible. A world where people affected and their families have the best support and information.

To achieve this we bring together people and expertise, linking patient experience, research, policy and practice. We do this by supporting research into effective vaccines, diagnostics and treatments. We share results of the research with the public, health care professionals and research networks to raise awareness of what they can do to increase personal, family and community protection, optimise treatments and strengthen health systems.

We provide direct support to people and families affected. We believe that working in partnership the knowledge, experience, skills and finance available from the private sector are essential to achieving long term and sustainable impacts. We fundraise, inform and educate.

 

 

About this role:

 

We are seeking a reliable individual committed to our values. You will be an excellent communicator with experience covering a busy office. You will bring initiative and energy to a role that also requires attention to detail, organisational skills and flexibly.

 

Purpose

  • To provide financial, administrative and fundraising support for all aspects of the regional office work programme
  • To work with the team to deliver agreed Community Fundraising Strategy, implementation plan, targets and income growth.
  • To be aware of MRF’s operational objectives and to assist wherever possible in obtaining income for the charity and good value for expenditure within the role.
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