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Role: ISPCC Child & Family Support Worker, Clare

 
Region: Clare
 
The ISPCC is currently recruiting for the Position of Child & Family Support Worker, Clare. The hours for the role are 39hrs a week. Should you feel you are suitably qualified and experienced, then please forward your completed application form by noon on Monday, 10th July, 2017.  Applications will be reviewed and shortlisted for interview.  

 

 


 

 

Role: ISPCC Communications Coordinator

 
Region: ISPCC Head Office.
 
The ISPCC is recruiting a Communication Coordinator to work as part of a small, dedicated team to ensure effective delivery of the ISPCC’s key messages to its stakeholders, using traditional and new media effectively. This is a busy and challenging role, requiring key strengths in writing, creativity, organisation and planning, to have a significant impact on the work of the ISPCC in achieving its mission.
 
 

 

Role: ISPCC Community Fundraiser

 
Region: Leinster
 
The ISPCC is recruiting a Community Fundraiser to lead on all community fundraising within the Leinster Region, to deliver annual budgets and work in line with our overall Fundraising Strategy.  The successful candidate will be responsible for all community fundraising activities within their region, and will implement and develop our current community fundraising calendar of events, whilst cultivating new partnerships and initiatives to engage community groups, schools and individual local fundraisers, to continually grow our community-based fundraising income stream.
 
 
 

 

Role: Senior Donor Development Manager

 
Region: Nationwide (Based in Dublin)
 
The Senior Donor Development Manager is a critical role to the fundraising department and will be responsible for the acceleration, development and retention of the ISPCC’s individual donor base across a wide portfolio including Direct Mail, Donor Care and Direct Recruitment in line with the charity’s vision for sustained income. The successful candidate will thrive on working with a close knit, creative and passionate team.
 
 
 

 
 

Role:Cavan and Monaghan Education and Training Board: Resilience Youth Support Worker

 
Region: Cavan and Monaghan
 
Essential Qualifications & Experience include: Candidates must possess a third level graduate qualification in one of the following fields: Psychology, Child Psychology, Psychotherapy, Counselling or related social science fields and Candidates must have a minimum of two years’ experience of working with children in a therapeutic setting.
Region: Co Monaghan
Expiry date: 18/04/17