Jobs

CNM2

Hours: 
Full time
Position: 
Paid
Type of work: 
Working with People with Disabilities
Employer: 
Cope Foundation
Summary: 
Leadership role supporting people with an intellectual disability
Description:

Clinical Nurse Manager 2 (CNM2) in Nasc & An Turas (Supporting people with high support needs in a day service setting)

Application details: 

Application forms may be obtained from the HR Division or by e-mailing recruit@cope-foundation.ie.    Completed application forms must be returned no later than Friday 23rd February 2018.  Applicants may be short listed on the basis of their application. 

Visit our website at www.cope-foundation.ie

Region: 
Cork
Closing date: 
23 Feb 2018

Systems Administrator

Hours: 
Full time
Position: 
Paid
Type of work: 
I.T.
Type of work: 
Operations
Type of work: 
Support
Type of work: 
Website development
Employer: 
Translators without Borders
Summary: 
Professional needed to maintain, upgrade and manage internal software systems.
Description:

Application details: 

Please apply using this link. 

Region: 
Dublin or remote working.
Closing date: 
26 Feb 2018

Clinical Coordinator

Hours: 
Part time
Position: 
Paid
Type of work: 
Health
Employer: 
Beacon of Light Counselling Centre.
Summary: 
Clinical Coordiantor
Description:

Job Title: Clinical Coordinator

Location: Beacon of Light Counselling Centre, Clondalkin

Application details: 

Application Process:

Application is by way of CV and cover letter.

Please clearly outline in your cover letter how you feel you meet the knowledge, skills and experience required for this post.

The following documents will be kept on file; shortlisting panel report, interview panel report and recruitment report.

You may send applications via email geoffrey@beaconoflight.ie, please mark private and confidential.

By post fao General manager: 4 Collinstown Grove, Clondalkin Dublin 22.

All applicants will be given notice/instruction via email or via telephone.

Interviews will be conducted by an interview panel at Beacon of Light Counselling premises.

Closing date for applications is Friday 9th March.

Beacon of Light is an equal opportunities employer.

Region: 
Dublin 22, Ireland
Closing date: 
9 Mar 2018

Door to Door Fundraiser - Dublin (€12/hour)

Hours: 
Full time
Position: 
Paid
Type of work: 
Fundraising
Employer: 
Irish Red Cross
Summary: 
Door to Door Fundraising, Dublin, €12/hour
Description:

Application details: 

Please send your cover letter and CV to Stephen - smurray@redcross.ie

Region: 
Dublin, Ireland
Closing date: 
28 Feb 2018

Voluntary Board Members

Hours: 
Fixed Term
Position: 
Voluntary
Type of work: 
Administration
Type of work: 
Advocacy
Type of work: 
Communications
Type of work: 
Health
Type of work: 
Management
Type of work: 
Operations
Type of work: 
Policy
Type of work: 
Support
Employer: 
Sankalpa Addiction Services
Summary: 
Sankalpa CLG is a community based Drugs Project working to empower people
Description:
Sankalpa CLG is a community based Drugs Project working to empower people to address their individual drug and alcohol issues, by providing low threshold access services, day stabilisation progra
Application details: 

We are currently looking for a number of people to fill vacant and upcoming Board positions becoming available as a result of our rotation policy.

How do I sign up?

If this sounds like an interesting opportunity for you or you know someone who might like to be considered please contact the Chairperson, Jennifer Clancy at jclancy@sankalpa.ie or by calling the Manager on 01 830 2690. We have included a one-page information sheet that will need to be completed.

The Board of Directors

In common with all organisations which are registered charities, all members of Sankalpa’s board do so in a voluntary capacity, and do not receive any remuneration for their services.

Sankalpa’s board comprises of up to twelve directors, elected from amongst the membership

We currently have a number vacancies on our full board membership, we would particularly like to recruit a possible Company Secretary but also have ordinary membership vacancies.

Board Member Responsibilities

The legal duties for board members of a company limited by guarantee are specified in Company Law. They are summarised as being:

  1. To act in the best interests of Sankalpa CLG
  2. To ensure the company is not run in a fraudulent or reckless manner.
  3. To ensure that Sankalpa complies with on-going legal and other requirements.

Sankalpa’s board conducts its work in compliance with the Governance Code for Community, Voluntary & Charitable Organisations. A Board Handbook and a Code of Conduct for Board members exist which outline in detail what the expectations of board members are. It is important to note the following requirements for all board members:

  • A commitment to the vision, mission and values of Sankalpa, and support for its ethos and values.
  • Attendance at all Board meetings: Approximately eight meetings per year including the AGM.
  • Possible participation on a sub-committee (current standing subcommittees are: 1) Staffing Subgroup and  2) Finance & Audit Subgroup. These subgroups have varying schedules but mostly  meet on the day of the Board meetings.
  • The term of office is three years.

Criteria for this Recruitment Process

For the board member recruitment process in 2018, and in consideration of the profile of the current board members, the following skill-sets and experiences have been prioritised by the board:

A person with Legal experience / Financial
/ Company Secretarial experience / Voluntary Sector or Addiction Experience.

In making its decision, the board will look for evidence of an existing passion, or preparedness to develop one, for the non-profit sector’s development; an ability to contribute to the cohesion of the board; and evidence of leadership in the candidate’s field of work.

Application Process

All expressions of interest should be notified to the Chair by submission of the one-page questionnaire at the bottom of this document . The relevant documents can be scanned and emailed if more convenient, send to jclancy@sankalpa.ie

All nominations forms will be reviewed by the board at its meeting, the output of that review will be a short list of potential candidates who will be asked to meet with the Manager and the Chair before a final decision is made.

The preferred candidate(s) will be offered a Board induction process with the Chairperson and/or the Manager In due course.

Region: 
Dublin
Closing date: 
31 Mar 2018

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT FOR DCU EDUCATIONAL TRUST

Hours: 
Full time
Position: 
Paid
Type of work: 
Business Development
Type of work: 
Campaigns
Type of work: 
Development
Type of work: 
Education
Type of work: 
Funding
Type of work: 
Fundraising
Employer: 
DCU EDUCATIONAL TRUST
Summary: 
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT FOR DCU ET
Description:

Vacancy: Associate Director of Development for DCU Educational Trust via Balmer Recruitment Ltd.

Application details: 

Application Process

Please send your CV accompanied by an email cover letter for the attention of Gilly Balmer by email to gilly@balmerrecruitment.ie by 5pm on Friday 16th February.

Region: 
Dublin, Ireland
Closing date: 
23 Feb 2018

Board of Managment/ Directors

Hours: 
Part time
Position: 
Voluntary
Type of work: 
Management
Employer: 
Beacon of Light Counselling Centre.
Summary: 
We are looking for suitable candidates for our Board of Management/ Directors
Description:

Are you interested in playing a voluntary leadership role that will have an impact in the field of promoting positive mental health?  

 

Application details: 

1.    What do I do if this sounds interesting?

Read the rest of this Information Sheet. If this opportunity sounds interesting to you, or if you know someone who would be just perfect for this, contact The Beacons’ General Manager, Geoffrey McCarthy at geoffrey@beaconoflight.ie or by calling 01-4578700.

A short ‘Expressions of Interest’ one-page document will need to be completed by 28th February 2018 for all interested candidates.

2.    About the Beacon of light Counselling Centre:

Beacon of Light Counselling Centre (BLCC) is a community based project which has been providing counselling services to individuals and families in the Clondalkin area since 2000. In this time BLCC has assisted and supported hundreds of adults and children who have been going through critical and/or life-changing periods in their lives.

Since its establishment in 2000, BLCC has become an important part of the community infrastructure in the greater Clondalkin area. It receives referrals from many statutory agencies, voluntary organisations, GPS, schools and community development groups in Clondalkin. These organisations and groups clearly recognise the benefits of BLCC and the ways in which BLCC can help support those in significant psychological distress.  

Our Mission:

Beacon of Light Counselling Centre (BLCC) will provide services through the effective clinical co-ordination of competent psychotherapists, who will always respect the privacy and dignity of each individual, and seek to empower, enhance, and to enable the wellbeing of those seeking support.

BLCC will ensure that services will be subject to appropriate governance which is both accountable and ethical.

BLCC will ensure accessibility and continuity of service, primarily founded on sustained and strategic voluntary effort accompanied by stable funding sources.

Our Vision: 

The Beacon of Light Counselling Centre (BLCC) has established and, will maintain and develop its presence in the Dublin community,

We at beacon are committed to providing continuing support services for people experiencing personal, emotional and psychological difficulties in their lives.

3.    About The BLCC’s Board of Directors

In common with all organisations which are registered charities, all members of The Beacon’s board do so in a voluntary capacity, and do not receive any remuneration for their services.

The Beacon’s board comprises of up to twelve people, elected from amongst the membership

We currently have two/three vacancies on our full board membership. We are also seeking to redress the gender imbalance as the majority of our current Board members are male. 

4.    Board Member Responsibilities

The legal duties for board members of a company limited by guarantee are specified in Company Law. They are summarised as being:

1.       To act in the best interests of BLCC.

2.       To ensure the company is not run in a fraudulent or reckless manner.

3.       To ensure that BLCC complies with on-going legal and other requirements.

BLCC’s board conducts its work in compliance with the Governance Code for Community, Voluntary & Charitable Organisations. Therefore a Board Handbook and a Code of Conduct for Board members exist which outline in detail what the expectations of board members are. It is important to note the following requirements for all board members:

·         A commitment to the vision, mission and values of BLCC, and support for its ethos and values.

·         Attendance at all Board meetings: Approximately eleven meetings per year plus the AGM. (may be subject to change i.e. less frequent meetings) 

·         Participation on a sub-committee (current standing subcommittees are: 1) HR/Finance/fundraising 2) Risk Management 3) Governance, These subgroups have varying schedules but most meet quarterly.

The term of office is three years. Note that any candidate or elected member of a Council, either house of the Oireachtas, or European Parliament is ineligible. 

5.    Criteria for this Recruitment Process

For the board member recruitment process in 2018, and in consideration of the profile of the current board members, the following skill-sets and experiences have been prioritised by the board:

A person with strong business development / Fundraising

/ Legal experience/ Psychotherapy/Psychology/Psychiatry Experience.

                                                                     

In making its decision, the board will look for evidence of an existing passion, or preparedness to develop one, for the non-profit sector’s development; an ability to contribute to the cohesion of the board; and evidence of leadership in the candidate’s field of work.

6.    Timeline

All expressions of interest should be notified to the General Manager and a short ‘Expressions of Interest’ one-page document will need to be completed by 28TH February 2018. The relevant documents can be scanned and emailed if more convenient, send to geoffrey@beaconoflight.ie

All nominations forms will be reviewed by the Governance Subgroup of the board at its meeting, the output of that review will be a short list of potential candidates who will be asked to meet with the CEO/GM and the Chair before a final decision is made.

The preferred candidate(s) will be offered the role in March 2018 and will have to complete a Board induction process with the Chairperson and/or the General Manager In due course.  

Region: 
Dublin
Closing date: 
28 Feb 2018

Creche Assistant

Hours: 
Part time
Position: 
Paid
Type of work: 
Childcare
Employer: 
Carmelite Community Centre
Summary: 
Community Employment Carmelite Community Centre
Description:

This is a developmental opportunity, no experience necessary. Accredited training will be provided to support your career.

Application details: 

Any published closing dates are estimated. Due to the nature of the work of the Carmelite Community Centre we aim to fill vacancies as quickly as possible. This means that we close adverts as soon as we have found the right candidate and this may be before the published closing date. We would therefore advise applicants to submit an application as early as possible.

Eligibility to participate on CE is generally linked to those over 21 years of age. Applicants must also be in receipt of an Irish social welfare payment for 1 year or more. 

You must be prepared to complete Garda vetting and to provide 2 references.

Region: 
Dublin
Closing date: 
23 Mar 2018

Caretaking Assistant

Hours: 
Part time
Position: 
Paid
Type of work: 
Operations
Employer: 
Carmelite Community Centre
Summary: 
Community Employment Carmelite Community Centre
Description:

This is a developmental opportunity, no experience necessary. Accreditaed training will be provided to support your career.

Application details: 

Any published closing dates are estimated. Due to the nature of the work of the Carmelite Community Centre we aim to fill vacancies as quickly as possible. This means that we close adverts as soon as we have found the right candidate and this may be before the published closing date. We would therefore advise applicants to submit an application as early as possible.

Eligibility to participate on CE is generally linked to those over 21 years of age and over. Applicants must also be in receipt of an Irish social welfare payment for 1 year or more.

Your must be prepared to complete Garda Vetting and provide 2 references.

Please apply with your CV confirming you are eligible for a CE scheme to nicola@ocarmwfrst.ie or call 01 4754673

Region: 
Dublin City
Closing date: 
23 Mar 2018

Coffee Shop Assistant

Hours: 
Part time
Position: 
Paid
Type of work: 
Operations
Employer: 
Carmelite Community Centre
Summary: 
Community Employment Carmelite Community Centre
Description:

This is a developmental opportunity, no experience necessary. Accredited training will be given to support your career.

Application details: 

Any published closing dates are estimated. Due to the nature of the work of the Carmelite Community Centre we aim to fill vacancies as quickly as possible. This means that we close adverts as soon as we have found the right candidate and this may be before the published closing date. We would therefore advise applicants to submit an application as early as possible.

Eligibility to participate on CE is generally linked to those over 21 years of age and over. Applicants must also be in receipt of an Irish social welfare payment for 1 year or more.

You must be prepared to complete Garda Vetting and provide 2 references.

Plesae apply with your CV confirming you are eligible for a CE scheme to nicola@ocarmwfrst.ie or call 01 4754673 for more information.

Region: 
Dublin City
Closing date: 
23 Mar 2018
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