Concern Worldwide is currently advertising vacancies for various roles in Ireland and internationally. Full details are available at www.concern.net/jobs (where you can also register your details to receive job alerts directly). Various closing dates apply.
GOAL is currently advertising vacancies for various roles in a number of countries. Full details are available at www.goalglobal.org/careers/. Details for current invitations to tender for consultancies can be found at www.goalglobal.org./tenders/. Various closing dates apply.
Trócaire is currently advertising vacancies for various roles in a number of countries. Find out more about these roles. Various closing dates apply.
Administrative Assistant (Systems Support): Dublin based, permanent. Christian Aid Ireland’s vision is to end poverty. We believe in tackling the root causes of poverty, not just the symptoms. The post holder will be expected to provide administrative support to the Programme Development Unit and Advocacy/Policy Team in Ireland, to include responsibility for updating PROMISE (internal management system), administrative support for institutional funding applications, support to the team in identifying suitable projects for funding opportunities, organising and minuting meetings, organising contracts for consultants and organising logistics for internal and external events and meetings. Salary: €23,085 pa. Find out more and apply. Closing date: 18 October.
Christain Aid seeks Humanitarian Programme Officer - Accountability: This is an exciting opportunity to join Christian Aid’s Humanitarian Division as Humanitarian Programme Officer - Accountability. You will be joining a dedicated global team of accountability specialists with a passion for strengthening accountability to people and communities affected by crisis. The post will work with teams across the organisation including country programmes, programme support and impact to ensure accountability is integrated across our international programmes. The role will be central to ensuring effective knowledge management and communication of CHS and accountability across the organisation. The post holder will work with the Humanitarian Division and international programmes. Find out more. Closing date: 29 October.
Humanitarian Programme Advisor: Dublin based. The primary purpose of the post is liaise with Christian Aid’s Humanitarian Division in Ireland, managing and maintaining all key relationships and raising Christian Aid Ireland’s profile for humanitarian work. The post holder will be responsible for coordinating all funding proposals and reports submitted to Irish Aid in cooperation with relevant country teams and partners. This includes providing strategic guidance, technical input and quality review. Interview date: 7 November 2018. Salary: €45,000 - €49,000. Find out more. Closing date: 31 October 2018.
External Communications Coordinator: Based in Dublin office. The External Communications Coordinator will contribute to the development and delivery of a comprehensive all-island communications and campaigns strategy, designed to grow awareness and support for the organisation’s work, through a focus on media, PR and external engagement. If you would like further information, including the duties and responsibilities of the role, please look at our website www.oxfamireland.org/jobs or phone 01 672 7662. Closing date: 18 October, 12 noon.
Campaigner: This is an exciting opportunity to join our Campaigner Team, who are an integral part of our work towards a just world without poverty. As a Campaigner, you will be engaging new supporters on Oxfam's mission and campaigning goals, securing petitions and inspiring new supporters to take campaign actions and support Oxfam’s work. For full details, and to apply, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fundraiser: This is an exciting opportunity to join our Direct Dialogue Team, who are an integral part of our work towards a just world without poverty. As a fundraiser, you will be informing, inspiring and engaging the Irish public about the crucial work Oxfam Ireland is carrying out and recruiting donors door to door to support Oxfam Ireland through direct debit regular gifts. For full details, and to apply, please contact email@example.com.
SIX 4 GOOD is a unique fashion collaboration between Oxfam Ireland and SIX – Look good, do good. SIX 4 GOOD is an accessories and jewellery shop with a difference. All of the brand new items on sale in store have been generously donated to Oxfam Ireland by SIX (a Beeline brand) to help raise vital funds for people in extreme poverty worldwide.
Deputy Shop Manager: Based in our new Six 4 Good stores in Santry (Dublin). The Deputy Shop Manager is responsible for sales and profit at the shop, complete customer service, store operations and team leadership. It's up to you to achieve retail targets by driving sales and delivering the greatest customer service possible to our customers. If you would like further information including the duties and responsibilities of the role, please look at our website www.oxfamireland.org/jobs or phone 01 672 7662. Closing date: 22 October, 12 noon.
HDF is seeking an experienced Internal Auditor to strengthen risk management and financial control across HDF’s portfolio of grantees. Find out more. Closing date: 25 October, 5pm.
Aidlink is an international development organisation working to improve the lives of people living in poverty in Africa. We have ambitious plans for growth over the next few years and we are now seeking to recruit a dynamic, experienced, and highly motivated professional to join our team in the role of Fundraising, Communications and Administration Officer. The Fundraising, Communications and Administration Officer will be responsible for; delivering a programme of fundraising campaigns and events, communicating the impact of Aidlink’s work with supporters and the general public, and managing the day-to-day administration of a small office. Based in Dublin, full-time. To apply, send CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Find out more. Closing date: 26 October, close of business.
Based in Dublin. The Programme Admin Assistant role is designed to support the delivery of the World Vision components of the EBODAC project. To apply, please send a CV and cover note to IrelandHR@wveu.org. Full details available here. Closing date: 26 October, 1pm.
The transnational PROTECT project, to be implemented in 12 EEA countries, will contribute to the coordination and/or adaptation of support services for sexual and gender-based violence to include refugees and migrants. The project will strengthen and adapt existing national support services for SGBV to coordinate better and include refugees, migrants and asylum seekers. The project will build capacity for professionals who work with/for refugees, migrants and asylum seekers, to identify and address the needs of (potential) victims of SGBV more effectively and will empower and inform on SGBV and its prevention through a regional awareness raising campaign. The project will work with State authorities, first responder and service providers as well as refugees, migrants and asylum seekers. The project will deliver a needs assessment, revised SGBV guidelines, capacity building tools, training and information sessions. Under the direct supervision of the Chief of Mission and the overall management of the Programme Manager, as defined by the Programme’s remit, the Project Assistant will be responsible for all duties related to the implementation of the programme in order to achieve its defined outcomes and results. Find out more. Closing date: 29 October.
The Irish Development Education Association (IDEA) is looking for a consultant to support our work on the development of the IDEA Strategic Plan 2019-2023. This will involve: Carrying out a contextual analysis, focusing on both current and future contexts; designing and delivering a focused consultation with members and other relevant stakeholders; reviewing IDEA’s vision, mission and values; framing our strategic aims for the future of IDEA; articulating an ambitious 5 year strategic plan with measurable targets. Find out more. Closing date: 1 November, 5pm.
The Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) is inviting applications for the post of Senior Research and Policy Officer. ICCL is the foremost civil liberties organisation in Ireland with a proud record of defending human rights and civil liberties over forty years. Ireland is at a critical moment for the protection of human rights. Great progress has been made in many areas over recent years. At the same time, the global threats to civil liberty and human rights are acute. Working closely with national and international partners, ICCL has identified key policy issues where it will lead important campaigns for the protection of human rights. To achieve our strategic objectives, ICCL is recruiting for the key position of Senior Research and Policy Officer who will be pivotal in leading our research and policy work for the next phase in ICCL’s development. The Senior Research and Policy Officer will be an established expert in human rights and civil liberties, with a strong record of strategic leadership and policy development. The role will provide an exciting opportunity for personal development while working alongside other committed professionals in the area. For full details, including a job spec and application form, see here. ICCL is an equal opportunities employer. Applications should be submitted to email@example.com. Closing date: 9 November, 5pm.