Vacancies

Grants Acquisition Officer

World Vision Ireland was established as a registered Irish charity in 1983 and currently has 16 staff located in Dublin.  World Vision Ireland’s primary objective is to support our field operations, both in terms of our core long-term development programmes and humanitarian & emergency relief.  We do this by raising private, institutional and Governmental funds, by informing the Irish public about humanitarian issues as witnessed first-hand by World Vision in the field, and by influencing Irish Governmental policy in the areas of long-term development and emergency relief. World Vision Ireland is a member of the World Vision International partnership, which is both the largest emergency relief and Child Sponsorship agency in the world.

 

Contract Details

Job Location: Based in Rathmines, Dublin 6,   

Salary: €35,000 - €39,000 p/a DOE

Contract Type: Full time, Fixed Term Contract*

Contract Length: I year fixed term contract with potential extension.

Reporting to: Programmes Director

Starting Date: ASAP

*This is not an international posting,

 

The Role

The Grants Acquisition Officer will lead the Grant Acquisition for World Vision Ireland and support Programme Director and Fundraising Director strategizing the donor engagement and fundraising planning.

Reporting to the Programmes Director, the Grants Acquisition Officer will work in a highly collaborative manner with members of the Programme Team, Operations and Finance, Fundraising and National Offices to increase World Vision Ireland’s grant portfolio.

 

Responsibilities

 

Additional Duties

 

Skills and Experience Required

 

The above job description only serves as a guide for the position available. World Vision Ireland reserves the right to change this in accordance with the needs of the organisation.

Candidates will be interviewed as they are shortlisted.

 

Please send your CV and cover note to IrelandHR@wveu.org

 

Please note, background checks and detailed consideration of references coupled with mandatory Garda Vetting will be undertaken.

Applicants must be authorised to work lawfully within the EU. We will not sponsor applicants for work visas.

World Vision Ireland is an equal opportunities employer


 

Fundraising Director

 

WORLD VISION IRELAND was established as a registered Irish charity in 1983 and currently has 18 staff located in Dublin.  World Vision Ireland’s primary objective is to support our field operations, both in terms of our core long-term development programmes and humanitarian & emergency relief.  We do this by raising private, institutional and Governmental funds, by informing the Irish public about humanitarian issues as witnessed first-hand by World Vision in the field, and by influencing Irish Governmental policy in the areas of long-term development and emergency relief. World Vision Ireland is a member of the World Vision International partnership, which is both the largest emergency relief and Child Sponsorship agency in the world.

 

Job Overview

To support the effective development and delivery of the organisations fundraising and engagement strategy. This senior position will also work closely with the Chief Executive to develop and implement a strategy to grow income across a variety of sources to meet overall income targets.

This is an exciting opportunity lead an ambitious and enthusiastic team. Ideal position for someone who has held different fundraising/marketing positions and is now looking to take the next step up in their career.

 

Roles & Responsibilities 

Fundraising 

Retention 

 

Communications 

 

Reporting 

 

Other Responsibilities 

 

Person Specifications

Key Requirements

Key Attributes

 Contract Details

Job Title: Fundraising Director 
Reporting To: Chief Executive   
Job Location: Rathmines, Dublin 6 with some overseas travel
Contract Type: Permanent, 6 Months probation (with a possibility to extend) 
Working hours: 9am to 5.30pm Monday – Thursday, 9am – 4.30pm Fridays 
Salary: €60,000-€70,000 DOE
Start Date: early-March 2019 

Candidates will be interviewed as they are shortlisted. 

Please send your CV and cover note to IrelandHR@wveu.org

Please note, background checks and detailed consideration of references coupled with mandatory Garda Vetting will be undertaken.

Applicants must be authorised to work lawfully within the EU. We will not sponsor applicants for work visas.


Public Engagement Intern

 

Job Description

 

WORLD VISION IRELAND was established as a registered Irish charity in 1983 and currently has 18 staff located in Dublin.  World Vision Ireland’s primary objective is to support our field operations, both in terms of our core long-term development programmes and humanitarian & emergency relief.  We do this by raising private, institutional and Governmental funds, by informing the Irish public about humanitarian issues as witnessed first-hand by World Vision in the field, and by influencing Irish Governmental policy in the areas of long-term development and emergency relief. World Vision Ireland is a member of the World Vision International partnership, which is both the largest emergency relief and Child Sponsorship agency in the world.

World Vision Ireland is looking for a Social Media Intern to join our Programmes and Communications team for a 20-week period. The ideal applicant will possess strong knowledge of the digital media landscape, including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. The successful candidate will be responsible for supporting the development and execution of a strong social media strategy, which will include paid online promotion and advertising, monitoring and posting on blogs and social networks, engaging in online forums and discussions, engaging with partners, ambassadors, influencers, participating in online outreach and promotion. This is a fantastic opportunity for those looking to get into the charity sector in Ireland, as well as those looking to push their social media skills to the next level.

Duties

 

Other Responsibilities

 

Requirements

 

Key Attributes

Contract Details

(with special responsibility to Digital Communciations Specialist)    

 

Candidates will be interviewed as they are shortlisted.

Please send your CV and cover note to IrelandHR@wveu.org

 

Please note, background checks and detailed consideration of references coupled with mandatory Garda Vetting will be undertaken.

Applicants must be authorised to work lawfully within the EU. We will not sponsor applicants for work visas.


The above job descriptions only serve as a guide for the position available. World Vision Ireland reserves the right to change this in accordance with the needs of the organisation.

World Vision Ireland is an equal opportunities employer