Jobs in Sport

Sport Ireland - Sports Participation Executive

Sport Ireland are hiring a Sports Participation Executive to join their staff team. The Purpose of the role is to develop and support projects and initiatives offered in the area of Sports Participation, to develop and support strong working relationship with the Local Sports Partnership (LSP) network and to analyse and administer sport participation applications for investment.

Reporting To: Partnerships Manager

Key Duties and Responsibilities

The Sports Participation Executive will have the following principal duties and responsibilities:

  • Develop and support strong working relationship with the Local Sports Partnership (LSP) network and other funded bodies, which are key elements of the sports infrastructure in Ireland.
  • Implement the analysis and administration of government investments in sports participation to LSPs and other funded bodies.
  • Develop and co-ordinate sports participation projects and initiatives as required, such as Community Sports Hubs, Active Cities and Youth Leadership.
  • Assist with the review and evaluation of sports participation projects as required.
  • Roll out the Performance Evaluation of Sport Ireland funded bodies. Monitor the implementation of key recommendations arising from the evaluation process.
  • Assist with the management of the Unit’s budget, ensuring adherence to established financial controls.
  • Develop and maintain positive relationships with various stakeholders at both a national and local level.
  • Represent Sport Ireland at events and meetings as appropriate (including some out of hours and weekend work).
  • Compile periodic reports and presentations on unit activity and sports participation in Ireland as required.
  • Develop communications and marketing supports for the LSP network to further promote the work of the LSPs locally and nationally
  • Provision of administrative support in the areas of Freedom of Information, Data Protection, Risk Management, Legal Affairs, Internal Audit, Standards in Public Office returns and Insurance and other areas of corporate services or governance as required.

This is not an exhaustive list, and the role will include any duties required by Sport Ireland from time to time which are appropriate for the position and the needs of the organisation.

Person Specification:

Essential: Qualifications, Experience, Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Must have a relevant third level qualification
  • Must have at least 2 years’ prior relevant professional experience.
  • Must have the ability to work effectively as part of a team and on own initiative.
  • Must have excellent presentation and written communications skills.
  • Must have experience in building strong working relationships and communicating with individuals at all levels within the organisation and with external stakeholders.
  • Must have excellent Project Management, Administration and Organisational skills.
  • Must be proficient with operational planning and budgeting.
  • Must be highly efficient, results focused and with the ability to work to tight deadlines.
  • Must be detail orientated.
  • Must be creative and innovative.
  • Must have a high level of proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook).

Contract: Full-time, permanent Salary Scale: EO Standard Scale. The appointment will be made on this scale at a point in line with current Government Pay Policy. New entrants to the public sector commence on the first point of scale

Location: Sport Ireland National Sports Campus, Snugborough Road, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15 Sport Ireland is an equal opportunities employee. 

Apply: 

If you would like to apply for this position please send your CV in confidence to sportirelandjobs@orangerecruitment.ie by 5pm on Friday, August 19th 2022.

Sport Ireland - Client Side Project Manager

Sport Ireland have completed a major new masterplan that sets out the development priorities over the next 20 years. This will see the addition of a range of major new sporting facilities including Ireland’s first Velodrome which has just received Government funding and commenced the planning process in December 2021. In addition the development team are progressing detailed design work on a 120 bed Athlete Accommodation Hub, 60 Athlete Apartment Block, refurbishment of Abbotstown House as accommodation, Cricket High Performance Centre, Cricket Oval, 9,000m2 Office Quarter and Innovation Centre to name a few. The masterplan will also include multiple smaller project in the €1-5m bracket that will be delivered on an annual basis including car parks, pavilion buildings, refurbishment of smaller protected structures on site, extension and adaption of existing buildings and infrastructure, development of landscapes across 150 acres of parkland including cycle and walking routes, climbing walls, external sports focused public facilities.

Sport Ireland has a small development team tasked with the delivery of the above. Work is delivered through a framework of design consultants – Architect, Engineers, Quantity Surveyors and Project Managers. All medium and large projects are managed and co-ordinated by an external Project Management firm.

Sport Ireland need to strengthen their team with a client side project manager that will work with the Development Director to co-ordinate and manage the multiple projects listed. The appointed project manager will also take responsibility for the project management of a number of smaller projects that arise annually. Projects once complete are handed over to our Facilities Management & Events subsidiary company who take responsibility for estate management.

This is an outstanding opportunity for an enthuastic and motivated individual and will provide detailed insight and experience in property development, campus management, finance, funding, government, procurement and construction.

Job Purpose

Reporting to the Campus Development Director, the appointed candidate will work in a dual role of client’s representative and project manager across multiple campus projects. 

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  • Working as part of a construction development team in the delivery of multiple campus projects.
  • Project managing small to medium projects with established design consultants in line with the Capital Works Management Framework.
  • Acting in an administration/client representative capacity on larger projects where an existing team including a project manager are in place.
  • Tracking and managing design team performance, actions, programmes, minutes,
  • Acting as an interface between the design teams and operations teams.
  • Seeking quotations for multiple minor works packages including appointment of contractor within public procurement requirements.
  • Oversight of cost control across multiple contracts, ensuring compliance with organisational management systems.
  • Chairing start-up & production meetings on minor works contracts.
  • Manage information flows, correspondence, schedules and identifying risks and non-compliance at an early stage.
  • Preparing management reports and associated documentation for board meetings.
  • Monitoring overall site progress against programme and budget and advising of non-compliance.
  • Preparing internal reports and documentation as required to ensure clarity on project delivery.
  • Working on the development and management of Project Execution Plans, H&S Plans and Gated Control Procedures within the organisation.
  • Addressing day to day management tasks on the broader campus.

 

Other Responsibilities

The above is not an exhaustive list and the role will include any duties required by Sport Ireland from time to time which are appropriate for the position and the needs of the organization.

Person Specification:

Essential: Qualifications, Experience, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Must have a relevant third level qualification.
  • Must have at least 5 years prior professional experience working in construction and development.
  • Must have relevant project management experience in a construction environment, with particular focus on the management of design teams and the development process.
  • Must have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively with a range of different stakeholders.

 

Desirable: Qualifications, Experience, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Professional qualification in engineering, surveying or architectural.
  • Ability to effectively display common sense and logic as required.
  • Must be motivated and enthusiastic with a strong desire to learn, succeed and progress their career.

 

Additional Information:

Contract: 4 year Agency Contract

Salary Scale: Assistant Principle (Standard Scale). The appointment will be made on this scale at a point in line with current Government Pay Policy.

Location: Sport Ireland Campus

Sport Ireland is and Equal Opportunities Employer

 

If you would like to apply for this position please send your CV in confidence to sportirelandjobs@orangerecruitment.ie  by 5pm on Wednesday 17th August 2022

Job Opportunities at Sport Ireland Campus

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Sport Ireland Institute Roles

Sport Ireland Institute are seeking to fulfil the following roles:

- Capability & Expertise Programme Support Manager: Public RFT - Provision of a Capability & Expertise Programme Support Manager (eu-supply.com)

Role: As instructed by the Director of the Sport Ireland Institute, provide management and administrative support for the Capability & Expertise Programme.

 

- Sport Physiology Senior Consultant: Public RFT - Provision of a Sport Physiology Senior Consultant (eu-supply.com)

Role: As instructed by the Director of the Sport Ireland Institute, provide individual consultation, analysis and intervention of testing/monitoring data.

Applicants will have to register on e-tenders in order to apply. 

Ladies Gaelic Football Association - Connacht Development Officer

The LGFA is looking to fill the position of a Connacht Development Officer, based primarily in Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence, Bekan but subject to blended working. 

Based primarily in Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence but subject to blended working, the successful applicant will be working as part of the LGFA National Development Team and reporting directly to Connacht Ladies Gaelic Football Association, you will be responsible for the following exciting areas:

  • The implementation and review of our innovative development plan at Provincial and County Level
  • The chance to create and deliver a range of initiatives in our five focus areas; volunteer, club, player, coach and officials development
  • Building on our phenomenal growth in participation rates at all levels

Read the full job description here

 

To Apply:

Applicants should submit completed application form for this position to:

Post: Lyn Savage, National Development Manager, Ladies Gaelic Football Association, Croke Park, Dublin 3.

Emaillyn.savage@lgfa.ie

Connacht Development Officer Description 2022

2022 Connacht Development Officer Application Form

 

Completed application forms must be received by the Association not later than Wednesday 17th Aug.       Late applications will not be accepted.

Athletics Ireland - Director of Competitions

Athletics Ireland are hiring for the role of Director of Competitions.

The Director of Competitions will have overall responsibility for the competition management of the Association. The Director will report to the Chief Executive Officer. Athletics Ireland is the National Governing Body for the sport of athletics (track & field, cross country, road racing and race walking). In recent years the organisation has moved to a professional structure and continues to progress objectives to become an internationally recognised world class organisation.

Read the full job description here. 

How to Apply

Applications including a cover letter and curriculum vitae should be sent by email for the attention of the Athletics Ireland Human Resources Manager to kieronstout@athleticsireland.ie 

Closing date for applications is Sunday the 14th of August 2022.

Interviews for this role will take place on Tuesday the 16th of August.

Tennis Ireland - CEO

Your principal accountabilities will be:

·    Establishing the development and delivery of the overall strategic direction of the organisation and sport at all levels.

·      Development of a performance strategy with a long-term focus on international success.

·      Operational management and development of the sport including leadership, direction and development of the organisation and Senior Management Team.

·      Maintenance of governance and regulation control.

·      Optimising both the short and long-term financial performance and viability of the organisation.

·      Representing the organisation with all key stakeholders and always being a good ambassador for the sport both nationally and internationally.

·      Developing, managing, and maintaining the physical infrastructure and organisational assets of Tennis Ireland.

·      Widening the player base to include new players and communities.

You have:

·      Significant experience (breadth and depth) within a similar sports, charity, or business environment.

·      Sound knowledge and understanding of sporting structures

·      A track record of driving innovation and change.

·      An ability to manage and positively influence media relations.

·      A track record of working positively with Boards and operating at a strategic level (with the ability to ‘think strategically’).

·      Experience of building sustainable relationships to further organisational interests.

·      A strong record of delivering results.

·      Strong financial management with experience of managing significant budgets.

 

For further information, please see the Candidate Brief below. 

 

If you believe you have the drive, passion and experience necessary to take on this role, please submit a comprehensive Curriculum Vitae and supporting letter outlining how your experience fits the requirements, by email to:  

  

Mark O’Donnell, Managing Partner, Odgers Berndtson Ireland at applicationsdublin@odgersberndtson.com referencing Tennis Ireland, Chief Executive. 

 

Candidates for this role will be sourced through both an advertised and an executive search process. 

 

Tennis Ireland is an equal opportunities employer.

 

The closing date for applications is 5pm, Friday 12th August 2022.

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Triathlon Ireland - Finance Manager

 

Job Description 

Triathlon Ireland is hiring a Finance Manager (Maternity Leave Cover). The Finance Manager role is a key senior position in the organisation. The role liaises with all areas of the business and works closely with all senior stakeholders across the company including reporting directly to the CEO and the Board. The Finance Manager is part of the Executive Leadership Team and will provide input in the running of Triathlon Ireland. Triathlon Ireland is a great place to work with a team of dedicated and energetic staff. If this sounds like a workplace you’d like to be a part of, we want to hear from you. Full details on the role including responsibilities are available on the Job Description form. 

Applications with a CV and cover letter outlining why you are a suitable candidate for this role should be made to finance@triathlonireland.com by 5pm on Friday 26th August 2022.

More info & applications here: 

Triathlon Ireland - Finance Manager.pdf

Tennis Ireland - Operations Manager Ireland Branch

About Tennis Ireland and Leinster Branch Tennis Ireland is the National Governing Body for the sport of tennis in Ireland. Tennis Ireland was founded in 1908 and has almost 180 affiliated clubs and engages with almost 80,000 players. Tennis Ireland stages Pro Tour events including the AIG Irish Open Championships, and selects teams to participate in the Fed Cup, Davis Cup and other international events at Junior, Senior and Veterans level. Tennis Ireland also supports the delivery of a wide range of competitive, educational and development programmes at local, provincial and national levels. www.tennisireland.ie Leinster Tennis is the largest Branch within Tennis Ireland accounting for 81 Clubs, up to 30,000 players, and a Junior Performance Squad of almost 300 boys/girls under the age of 18.

Job Summary
This position will have overall responsibility for the operation of the Leinster Branch of Tennis Ireland. We are looking for a detail-oriented individual to join the team. The applicant should display a positive and proactive attitude, strong organizational skills, the ability to prioritise and multitask, and be a strong communicator.

Key duties and responsibilities

The duties will include:
• Providing information and advice to affiliated clubs in relation to tournaments, squads and the services available from Leinster Tennis.
• Administration for Leinster squads – send out offer letters, coordinate responses, set up EPP for squad payments, ensure all players sign registration form, monitor squad payments, organise kit, sell kit, monitor squad attendance via roll calls provided by coaches. Order tennis balls. Book courts for squads. Book courts for squad matchplays.
• Overall responsibility for the management of the Leinster Tennis office and staff.
• Website – Keep website news up to date, create content for Facebook and Twitter. Update calendar with links to tournament software.
• Support Interpros – Junior, Senior, Veterans. Book venues if in Leinster, organise accommodation, food and transport if in other provinces. Send out selection letters and coordinate responses. Organise kit for interpro teams.
• Organise Grand Prix event including prizes.
• Organise all prizes for matchplays, leagues etc. Collect cups from previous year.
• Executive support for the Leinster council – prepare for and attend meetings, AGM etc.
• Management and set up of leagues run by the Leinster Branch. Understand and support all tasks particularly league set up and score entries.
• Organise venues for league finals.
• To adhere to the Tennis Ireland Code of Conduct for Employees.
• Other duties as required. The above is not to be regarded as exclusive or exhaustive, and additional reasonable duties and requirements associated with the role will arise throughout the period of employment.

Click here to view the full job description.

How to apply

Letter of application and CV should be sent by email to hr@tennisireland.ie no later than 5pm on 12th August 2022. Please reference Operations Manager Leinster Branch application in the subject line. Late applications will not be considered.

Football Association of Ireland - Interim Child Welfare & Safeguarding Manager (Maternity Cover)

Job Title: Interim Child Welfare & Safeguarding Manager (Maternity Leave Cover)

Location: FAI Headquarters, Abbotstown, Dublin 15, Ireland

Direct Reporting Line To: Senior Solicitor

Commencement Date: ASAP

Duration: Maternity Cover 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Key member of COO Team
  • Managing the development and delivery of department plan
  • Overseeing and managing the Child Welfare and Safeguarding Committee
  • Developing and implementing Association’s Safeguarding Strategy and Policy
  • National Safeguarding Officer for the FAI & FAI Liaison Person for the National Vetting Bureau
  • Developing and ensuring that all FAI Child & Safeguarding related policies are structured to operate in line with Legislation including the Children First Act 2015 and The National Vetting Bureau Act 2012-2016
  • Ensuring implementation of policies from Grassroots to National Level through education and audits.
  • Ensuring Association is compliant with FIFA,UEFA and Sport Ireland Safeguarding Requirements
  • Liaising with and building a child welfare safeguarding network with key stakeholders including UEFA, FIFA, Sport Ireland, other national footballing associations and other Sporting National Bodies.
  • Liaising with Statutory authorities such as An Garda Siochana and Tusla in relation to Child Welfare and Safeguarding concerns.
  • Handling and carrying out complex casework in relation to complaints of poor practise, child welfare concerns and Child Abuse.
  • Managing department’s budget
  • Overseeing Garda Vetting obligations for the Association and handling

Key Skills and Experience Required

• Experience working in the area of Safeguarding

• Experience in developing and influencing policies, manuals, procedures etc.

• Proven ability to develop relationships and influence decisions

• Knowledge of FAI policies and procedures in the area of safeguarding 

• Experience in dealing with complex cases involving children

• Experience in managing stakeholders both internal and external

• Excellent Time Management and Communication skills

• Proven I.T. skills

• Ideally, experience of working for/with a national sports governing body

How to Apply

To Apply click here. Closing date for applications is Monday 11th of August at 5pm. Shortlisting will take place shortly afterwards. The Football Association of Ireland is an equal opportunities employer. 

Football Association of Ireland - Executive Planning Lead

Executive Planning Lead, CEO Office

Location: FAI Headquarters, Abbotstown, Dublin 15, Ireland

Direct Reporting Line To: CEO

Commencement Date: ASAP

Duration: Permanent

Job requirements

The Position: 

Working as part of a small team to provide business and planning support to the CEO.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Disseminate relevant information and communication on behalf of the CEO to Departments and staff across the business as and when required
  • Provide full administration support to the CEO
  • Review key emails received by the CEO on a daily basis and work with the CEO to agree how to onward manage said correspondence. Draft certain correspondence/email replies, briefing packs, reports and papers including preparation of PowerPoint presentations.
  • Coordinate requests for information from internal and external Stakeholders and provide a professional first point of contact for all enquiries
  • Monitoring and awareness of issues that affect FAI stakeholders on a regular basis both within Irish football and our wider partnerships (local, national and international)
  • Help to evaluate new opportunities for Irish football, including analysis and development of business cases
  • Take an active role in fostering internal and external relationships that can present opportunities for the Association (e.g. Government, UEFA and FIFA)
  • Manage and coordinate data and guestlists across external stakeholders and guest groups for FAI events liaising with internal departments and stakeholders
  • Liaise with relevant stakeholders on protocol matters for FAI events and support the invitation management process for internal and external target groups
  • Develop agendas and track meeting outcomes as required by the CEO
  • Conduct research and gather information from across the organisation and externally for business reviews or projects on behalf of the CEO, always looking for ways to improve internal efficiencies
  • Analyse reports and performance metrics for the organisation in close collaboration with the Strategy Unit
  • Provide high level executive support and coordination for the CEO to ensure effective delivery of the FAI Strategy 2022-2025 and related Business Plans
  • Management and oversight of Business Projects on behalf of the CEO
  • Produce timelines and reviews of projects as required

Key Skills and Experience:

  • C-suite Executive Assistant role experience preferable but not a pre-requisite
  • Project management experience is desirable
  • Strong knowledge of Irish sports, particularly football and the wider global football landscape
  • Public affairs experience an advantage, but not essential
  • Strong Business & Commercial acumen
  • The ability to communicate with and present to senior management & executives
  • Exceptional organisational skills
  • The ability to build relationships at all levels across the business and with external contacts
  • Advanced Microsoft Office suite skills
  • The ability to multitask and prioritise changing workloads and experience of working under pressure to meet deadlines
  • Exceptional attention to detail and the ability to anticipate the needs of a busy, diverse CEO
  • The ability to work autonomously
  • Drafting, writing and research Skills
  • Team Player
  • High levels of flexibility and adaptability

 

To apply, click here.

Closing date for receipt of applications is close of business on 17th August 2022. Shortlisting will take place shortly afterwards.

The Football Association of Ireland is an equal opportunities employer.

Carlow LSP - OUTDOOR SPORTS DEVELOPMENT OFFICER

Role of the Outdoor Sports Development Officer

The Outdoor Sports Development Officer (OSDO) will foster and encourage a culture of active participation in outdoor sports including but not limited to walking, cycling, recreational running and water sports. The OSDO will address barriers to participation and encourage access and increase opportunities for participation by those who experience disadvantage, with a particular focus on schools and youth. The OSDO will support local Community Sports & Physical Activity Hubs in Bagenalstown and Tullow, and the Carlow Urban Outdoor Adventure Initiative. The OSDO will support the development of new infrastructure, parks and amenities and increase usage of existing infrastructure. The CSDO will cover work in the areas listed below:

Research

- Establish a baseline in the communities chosen for interventions and conduct an audit of local opportunities and resources.

▪ Community Activation

- Consult and work with local communities to identify the needs

- Provide guidance and support to develop sustainable outdoor sports clubs, events, and initiatives.

- Support the Carlow Outdoor Recreation Forum

- Tackle local barriers to participation through targeted programmes and initiatives

- Support the development of strong links between clubs, schools, youth groups and

Community groups.

- Build capacity in the outdoor sports sector to increase sustainability

Planning

- Develop action plans in line with the needs of the community

▪ Relationship Building

- Work with national governing bodies, private providers, educational institutions, youth organisations, community groups, clubs etc. to facilitate links and create synergies.

Facilitation

- Support the continued roll out of Sport Ireland’s investment including Dormant Accounts Funded projects

- Coordinate and facilitate training and development opportunities

Evaluation

- Implement a monitoring and evaluation framework for all projects

▪ Financial Management

- Establish a financial monitoring template for the operational budgetIt is a requirement for candidates to possess the following

 

Relevant degree in Sports Development, Leisure Management, Health Fitness & Leisure

Studies, Health Promotion or equivalent qualification and/or experience of working in a

sports development environment (3 or more years) is essential

Experience of working with sports clubs, community groups, and young people in a

community setting

Experience in planning, co-ordinating and delivering sustainable sporting & recreational

programmes

It is desirable for candidates to possess the following:

Excellent communication skills

Excellent organisational skills

A good understanding of outdoor sports and the policy context of project-based programme

delivery with measurable outcomes

A good understanding of project evaluation

Be motivated by and committed to sports development and increasing opportunities for

participation, in particular among hard-to-reach groups in local communities

Be self-motivated and able to work independently to meet or exceed goals

A full clean driving license and access to own transport

12 noon on Tuesday, 30th AUGUST 2022

Apply here: Jobs Vacancies | Carlow.ie

Carlow County Council - Sport and Physical Activity Hub Co-Ordinator

JOB DESCRIPTION

The role of the co-ordinator will be to facilitate the sustainable development of two sport and physical activity programmes in Carlow and the coordination of Healthy Ireland programmes. Objectives in achieving this include:

• Developing partnerships and coordination between relevant local sports clubs, schools and community based and statutory organisations serving the area.

• Resourcing the local community through sports training and education programmes

• Increasing overall physical activity participation in the designated areas and for particular target groups

• Making physical activity more accessible to local people

• Developing partnership and co-ordination between the relevant local statutory and voluntary bodies and maximising their involvement in the development of sports in the county

• Support the existing clubs in their club development plans through governance, club structure and programmes

• Deliver participation programmes to key target communities of schools, youth groups, clubs and organisations

• Increase participation and the opportunities for participation.

• Help to maximise sports participation potential by promoting existing events and developing new sport events

• Promote the associated programme facilities and amenities as venues for sustainable physical activity

 

Specific Responsibilities:

Reporting to Carlow Sports Partnership Sports Co-ordinator on an ongoing basis, the Hub Co-ordinator will have responsibility for the implementation of current and future development programmes of the Hubs.

Education:

• Planning, organising and implementing education & skills courses

• Assist in the development of training courses as required

• Providing education, up-skilling and identification of volunteers through various programmes and Club structures

 

Development:

• Organise and implement appropriate training and education activity for schools, adult groups, socially excluded groups, youth groups and people with disabilities

• Organise and implement Easter/Summer camp programmes

• Deliver programmes to key target communities

• Assist in hosting and promoting events

 

Facility Development:

• Develop and implement a programme of activity suitable for all members of the community

• Assist stakeholders in preparing and submitting grant applications

• Make maximum use of the existing facilities in the local area

 

Promotion:

• Support the development of communications, promotion and marketing of the hubs and the LSPAdministration:

• Administration of all courses and activities including payments

• Support the launch of the Community Sports Hubs

• Report quarterly on activities of the sports hubs

• Conduct a mid-year review of all hub activities

• Accurate and up to date financial records for all hub income and expenditure

• Recruitment and management of tutors and fitness instructors to support hubs activities

 

PERSONAL SPECIFICATION

Health

Candidates shall be in a state of health which would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service.

Qualifications & Experience

• An understanding of the community and voluntary sector, the sports and recreation environment and of motivating those sectors with lower participation characteristics to become involved

• A qualification in sports and recreation, community development or equivalent is desirable but not an essential requirement for the position

 

Skills

• Ability to consult, communicate and network appropriately and effectively with all sectors of the community

• Ability to monitor and evaluate work and write reports.

• Strong administrative and organisational skills

• Ability to co-ordinate and facilitate events

• Ability to deliver a range of programmes and activities

• Ability to produce and access information efficiently and accurately

• Excellent communications, presentation and facilitation skills

• Ability to advise, inform, motivate and support individuals and organisations

• Ability to prepare, monitor and manage budgets

• Ability to produce good quality publicity material

• Excellent IT skills

Attitude and Motivation

• A constructive, positive and progressive attitude to working as part of a team and an ability to develop partnerships with the wider community

• A self-motivated approach to work

• An awareness of the role and importance of both coordinated and inter-agency responses to local needsTransport

• A full clean driving license and use of personal transport for work is required.

• Willingness and ability to travel

Note: The successful candidate will be subject to Garda Vetting.

PARTICULARS OF EMPLOYMENT

The post is a wholetime temporary contract on a 12-month basis subject to a probationary period of 6 months. 

Working Hours

The working hours are 35 hours per week which will include weekend and evening working hours. The Council reserves the right to alter the working hours from time to time. Due to the nature of the role, you may be required to work additional hours on a time off in lieu (time for time) basis on various occasions.All hours of work will be subject to and recorded in accordance with the provisions of the Organisation of Working Time Act, 1997 and the Organisation of Working Time (Regulations) 2001.

 

Salary:

€29,546.00 per annum which is the first point of the Assistant Staff Officer Scale (Circular Letter EL 01/2022) unless

currently employed in the public service in which case, relevant circulars will apply.

 

Annual Leave:

The current annual leave entitlement is 30 days per annum (pro rata if commencing after 1st January). Granting of

annual leave, payment for annual leave and arrangements for public holidays will be governed by the provisions of the

Organisation of Working Time Act, 1977 (as amended).

 

Location

The successful candidate will be based in the Town Hall, Centaur Street, Carlow. Carlow County Council reserves

the right to assign you to any premises in use by the Concil, now or in the future.

 

Training:

It is a condition of employment that successful candidates will be required to participate in training programmes relevant to the skills necessary for the performance of the duties attaching to the post.

The closing date for receipt of applications in relation to this post is 12 noon on Tuesday 30th August 2022

Applications: https://lnkd.in/eBjmrf8b

Dublin Parks Tennis - Operations Manager

Dublin Parks Tennis are hiring an Operations Manager. This role is for a self-starter with potential to maintain operations within the organisation.

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  • Child Safeguarding Officer (Safeguarding training will be provided)
  • Processing of wages payments to staff and filing Revenue returns.
  • Managing online bookings and payments system
  • Liaising with appointed Accountant for annual accounts and company returns
  • Management of income & expenditure files (via excel)
  • Ensuring all marketing and promoting programmes are aligned across all media platforms including updating website.
  • Communicating timings of programmes to parents of past attendees and other P.R. outlets
  • Dealing with coaches, parents, general public, committees in Dublin and provincial Co-Ordinators

Read the full job description here. 

Apply Now

Letter of application and CV should be sent by email to parkstennisireland@gmail.com no later than 5pm on 12th September 2022. Please reference Parks Tennis Application in the subject line.

Parks is an equal opportunities employer

Camogie Association - Connacht Participation & Growth Co-ordinator

The Camogie Association is recruiting for a Full Time Participation and Growth Co-ordinator based in Connacht to join the Association’s staff team.

Location – This role is based in the Connacht Centre of Excellence, Bekan, Co. Mayo.

Transport: -Full Clean Driving License and Access to transport as travel is a necessary requirement of the post.

Closing date for receipt of applications: 12noon on Monday 5th September 2022.

Please submit a Current CV and Cover letter to jobs@camogie.ie

For further details, please visit www.camogie.ie