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 this role, among others, is:
- Develop, implement and monitor the organisations Communications Strategy
- To understand the organisation’s different stakeholder groups and put in place structures to effectively meet the communications needs of each stakeholder group.
- To develop and implement in conjunction with the senior management team, annual and quarterly activity plans aligned with the organisation’s Strategic Plan and communications strategy.
- To monitor, review and periodically update the organisation’s communications strategy.
- To establish a Communications Crisis Team in response to critical crisis.
- To monitor and evaluate all communications activity, report on impact and use data to continuously improve communications activities.
- Storytelling – generating content from our stakeholders and supporters for our platforms.
- To manage all external communication channels.
- To manage all Media Relations, Publicity & Awareness Campaigns.
- To support all fundraising activities.
On the evening of November 10th, 1960, a small group of people, all wheelchair users, gathered in the Pillar Room of the Mater Hospital. Little over an hour later, Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA) was born. From those small beginnings, IWA has grown into a nationwide network of over 20,000 members supported by a dedicated team of over 2,000 staff and another 2,000 volunteers. IWA’s overriding vision today – ‘to achieve full inclusion and integration of people with disabilities as equal and independent members of society’ – is little changed from that of our founding members in 1960, and we remain an organisation that continues to be owned and directed by our members.
IWA has developed a reputation for excellence in governance and quality of service provision. IWA operates in every county in Ireland and we deliver €1 million of diverse services to our members every week and provide over 2 million hours of direct services to adults each year. People will always remain at the centre of everything that we do and we continually strive to maintain the highest of standards.
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The role of the Human Resources function in IWA is to lead and facilitate change and to develop and implement best practice HR across the organisation. This will be achieved through collaboration with relevant internal departments and by effective communication with staff and management. The purpose of this role is to manage the delivery and development of IWA’s HR activities within your service area, working closely with Operational and HR management.
Special Olympics Ireland is a sports organisation for people with an intellectual disability. Our Vision is to drive and support a quality year-round sports programme that is embedded in local communities, resourced by vibrant and strong leaders, and offers health and well-being opportunities to athletes with an intellectual disability from 4 years of age upwards.
Our staff and volunteers are dedicated to changing the lives of people with an intellectual disability through Sport. Special Olympics Ireland has one of the strongest Special Olympics Programmes worldwide and we are looking for a motivated individual to join our dedicated team to help build upon our success.
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The person appointed will provide an important function within our Finance team, responsible for the management and support of the day-to-day procurement and purchase ledgers controls of the department.
- Daily management of the Accounts Payable inbox
- Post Suppliers invoices against related Purchase Orders on the Procurement System
- Post employee expenses to the Procurement system
- Daily review of invoices to identify prepayments, accruals and fixed assets for the Management Accountant
- Manage setup of new suppliers and the housekeeps of supplier records on the Accounts system
- Maintain a register of valid tax-clearance certs for all suppliers
- Prioritising the review and uploading of the approved invoices file from the system on a weekly basis
- Prioritising of the weekly Supplier Payments Due Report and the BACS/ EFT payment files
- Posting and allocation of EFT and other direct debit payments
- Efficient and effective investigation and resolution of differences on account
- Manage the weekly upload of approved invoices from the procurement System to the Accounts system
- Provide day to day support and advice to staff in relation to Procurement queries
- Monthly production and review of the PO report for Accruals
- Assist budget holders with the review of end dates relating to procurement contracts
- Assist Finance Manager as required
In 1972, One Family began life as Cherish. In that year, a group of single mothers, led by Maura O’Dea Richards, set about reaching others in the same situation. Mary Robinson, then a Senator, became our first President. Founder member Colette O’Neill suggested Cherish as a name for the group, taken from the 1916 Proclamation which declared that Ireland would ‘cherish all of the children of the nation equally’.
Unfortunately in 1972, this was not the case. Single pregnant women were often thrown out of their homes, lost their jobs and were rejected by their communities. It was extremely difficult for them to keep and raise their children themselves. Cherish was set up to provide such women and children with a voice, empowering women to help themselves and their families.
As an organisation, Cherish not only provided services to single parents and their children, but also campaigned for change. While many changes were brought about, two of the most significant were the introduction of the unmarried mother’s allowance and the abolition of the status of illegitimacy.
Today we continue to work to affect positive change and achieve equality and social inclusion for all one-parent families in Ireland. We look forward to many more years of achievement for our leading and radical organisation.
About this role:
- To be responsible for the completion of all administrative work associated with the post of Receptionist
- To attend all required staff meetings, training and development days
- To participate in supervision and reviews with the One Family Administration Supervisor
- To undertake other areas of work where necessary or as requested by the Administration Supervisor or CEO
The Receptionist in One Family will be responsible to the Administration Supervisor on a daily basis and will be subject to all the Policies and Procedures of One Family.
The job description of the Receptionist is designed in response to a strategic planning process and is subject to change in line with the overall strategic goals of the organisation.
Established in 1911, The Irish Athletic Boxing Association’s (IABA) main role is to develop, foster and control amateur boxing in the 32 counties of Ireland. The IABA is committed to provide the environment in which support and opportunities given to our athletes, coaches and clubs excel, and in doing so to increase participation and improve performance in Irish Boxing. The IABA operates from the National Stadium in Dublin, the only purpose built amateur boxing stadium in the world and there are currently over 360 clubs affiliated to the association across the Island of Ireland. It is a volunteer led organisation where the hard work, dedication and significant time afforded by each member has contributed to the growing success of the sport in Ireland. The sport of boxing flourished in the 1920’s as the newly formed Government viewed Boxing as an ideal way to promote the fledgling Country and gain International recognition.
About this role:
The Accounting Technician role is key in assisting the finance department to deliver timely management information. Acting as a support to the Financial Controller and other team members involved in the day to day running of IABA’s financial matters. The role will cover a wide spectrum of tasks which may vary depending on the department’s workload.
This is an ideal opportunity for a highly motivated, organised individual who is looking for a broad finance role and who has 3–5 years’ experience in an accounting role.
The Government has approved the development of a new children’s hospital to be co-located on a campus shared with St. James’s Hospital with paediatric outpatient urgent care centres at Connolly and Tallaght Hospitals. Children’s Health Ireland was legally established on 1st January 2019, to integrate the three children’s hospitals in Dublin: Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital (Crumlin), Temple Street Children’s University Hospital (Temple Street) and Tallaght University Hospital (Tallaght). The legislation establishes Children’s Health Ireland, as the 2 entity for paediatric services in the greater Dublin area also gives authority to the new entity to act as the centre to a paediatric clinical network in Ireland. It therefore has a remit to develop and operationalise this networked approach.
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The Consultant Paediatric Radiologist will form part of Children’s Health Irelands, paediatric radiology consultant team. This group includes consultants with a broad range of subspecialty interests including neonatal imaging, musculoskeletal imaging, neuroimaging, interventional radiology, nuclear medicine, cancer imaging, body imaging, ENT imaging, chest imaging, foetal MRI and cardiac CT. It is envisaged that this post holder will have experience, or a desire to develop expertise, in such a subspecialty area. As clinical specialities develop throughout the hospital there will be a need for the consultant radiologists to expand the range of subspecialist imaging capabilities and it is expected that this post holder, along with the rest of the consultant group, will embrace continuing education to facilitate the development of relevant expertise.
Focus Ireland is a housing and homelessness charity driven by the fundamental belief that homelessness is wrong. Founded in 1985 by Sr. Stanislaus Kennedy, Focus Ireland works with people who are homeless or at risk of losing their home and employs approximately 430 employees across nearly 80 projects nationwide. The key objectives of the Focus Ireland strategy 2016-2020 Challenging Homelessness Changing Lives are (i) Preventing homelessness and (ii) Supporting people who are homeless to move on into secure homes. Everyone working in Focus Ireland is of the same belief that the real solutions lie in preventing people from becoming homeless in the first place and ensuring that they have help to stay in their home. In 2018, Focus Ireland supported 15,500 people nationwide who were homeless or at risk of homelessness.
About this role:
The Director of Services will provide strategic leadership and operational control across the organisation’s core service areas of Family Services, Youth Homelessness, Housing First, long-term and short-term housing support and provision of Advice and Information in line with organisation strategy. This role is responsible for fostering and developing a high employee engagement culture is fostered within the services organisation; thus embedding devolved strategic decision making and accountability within the services organisation, underpinned by a best practice and transparent performance management process.
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:
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. You’ll report to the Service Manager. Support the service manager to ensure the provision of supported temporary accommodation within Dublin Simon operates effectively and consistently to best practice standards, meeting the needs of service users.
Some of the duties include:
- Support the team and service manager in the delivery of all day-to-day operational functions, ensuring a high quality service, while maintaining excellent health and safety standards.
- Ensuring effective handovers and information transmission for the service to run smoothly.
- Report to the service manager on daily operations and duties status.
- Lead the induction and training of staff in operational duties.
- Incident report management; provide support to staff, implement preventative or corrective actions and recommendations.
- Monitor and report on the implementation of client development programmes.
- Monitor and ensure a high standard of cleaning, hygiene and HACCP are maintained. Direct cleaning staff and be the main point of contact for cleaning contractors.
- Manage maintenance issues; liaising with internal repair and maintenance department and/or relevant departments in DCC.
The Irish Foster Care Association is the representative body for foster care in Ireland. Its membership is broad based and includes foster carers, social workers and others with an interest in foster care. IFCA supports excellence in foster care and aims to ensure that foster carers and foster care in general, play a thorough and reliable part in the protection of children and be at the forefront of best practice in this regard.
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The IFCA Book Keeper will maintain the financial records of IFCA by recording transactions and maintaining financial records. If you’re a book-keeper, you know the drill! This is a very part-time role, but perfect for the right person.
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