Jobs and Careers
Spirasi – Fundraising & Development Officer (Part-Time)
Spirasi supports victims of torture to rebuild their lives in Ireland.
Spirasi wishes to recruit a Fundraising & Development Officer (Part-time) for an expansion programme. This person will be responsible for designing and implementing a fundraising plan to ensure that Spirasi has the financial resources to deliver on its mission. Excellent managerial and communication skills are essential, as the Fundraising & Development Officer will work closely with prospects and donors across a number of main constituencies (schools, alumnae, students, religious, clergy, and business leaders), as well as with high-level volunteer leadership.
Please send a CV and a brief letter of motivation (no more than 1 page) – both of which should show how your skills and experience match the requirements of the post via email to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Spirasi Fundraiser & Development Officer’ and your name in the subject of the email.
It is envisaged that the role will become a fulltime position.
Enquiries: Director, phone 01-8389664 or email: email@example.com
Closing Date: Monday 23rd March 2020 at 5pm
Interview Date: Tuesday March 31st 2020
Start Date: April 2020
Spirasi - Physicians Required
Spirasi is the national centre of Ireland that provides rehabilitation services for victims of torture.
We are looking to recruit to our panel of Physicians to provide both medical assessments for victims of torture and medical legal reports for the protection determination process.
Please send both a CV and a Letter of motivation (no more than a page) stating how your skills and experience match the requirements of the post via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Enquiries: Paula Quirke, phone 01-8389664 or email: email@example.com
Closing Date: Friday 28th February 2020
Interview Date: Wednesday 4th March 2020
Start Date: Immediate
Salary: €98,000 Pro-rata
Work schedule: 2 days a week OR 1 day a week
This project is co-financed by the European Commission under the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund 2019-2022 and is supported by the Department of Justice and Equality. Spirasi is also funded by the HSE and UNVFVT.