Title: Advocacy and Policy Manager

Salary: €50,000 – €55,000 (FTE) / Salary will be commensurate to level of experience, achievements and qualifications.

Hours: Full-time permanent but potential for 4-day week

Reporting to: CEO

Location: 8 Clanwilliam Terrace, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2 (* Note: in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and restrictions, this role will be full-time home-based while public health restrictions remain in place)

For more information on the role: DEBRA Ireland Advocacy and Policy Manager spec

To Apply:

Interested candidates should submit a copy of their CV and cover letter to [email protected]

Closing date for applications is the 25th June 2021 at 5pm.

For informal queries please contact [email protected]

DEBRA Ireland is an equal opportunities employer.

 

 

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Title:                                    Donor Care Executive

Reporting to:                     Head of Fundraising & Marketing

Type of Contract:              Full Time, Permanent

Location:                          DEBRA Ireland, Butterfly Cottage, 8 Clanwilliam Terrace, Dublin 2

(Please note work may be split between home and office while social distancing measures remain in place.)

DEBRA Ireland Donor Care Executive Job Description

Applications:

Please email your CV and accompanying cover letter to [email protected], by 5pm on
Wednesday, 12th May 2020. Please ensure to include the following title in the subject line of your
email ‘Application for Donor Care Executive’.

As our fundraising team adapts to the current environment, and this is an evolved role with a new
job description, flexibility will be required as the role develops. Management reserve the right to
amend or change this job description as required.

Position is subject to Garda Clearance.

 

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Title:                                    Fundraising Administrator

Reporting to:                     Head of Fundraising & Marketing

Type of Contract:              Full Time, Permanent, 37.5 hours per week

Salary:                                €24,000 – €30,000 commensurate with experience

Location:                          DEBRA Ireland, Butterfly Cottage, 8 Clanwilliam Terrace, Dublin 2

(Please note work may be split between home and office while social distancing measures remain in place.)

DEBRA Ireland Fundraising Administrator Job Description

Applications:

Please email your CV and accompanying cover letter to [email protected], by 5pm on Wednesday 12th May 2021.  Please ensure to include the following title in the subject line of your email ‘Application for Fundraising Administrator’.

As our fundraising team adapts to the current environment, and this is a new job description, flexibility will be required as the role develops.  Management reserve the right to amend or change this job description as required.

Position is subject to Garda Clearance.

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In February 2021, DEBRA Ireland joined the #Vaccine for Carers campaign. This campaign was fronted by our Parent Ambassador Liz Collins.

Since then there has been numerous statements recognising family carers as the backbone of community supports and services in Ireland. However there is yet to be a commitment to prioritise the vaccination of carers as has been replicated in other countries. Just yesterday (31st March), the Dáil debated the motion to care for carers (Link to the motion). There was cross party commitment to this motion, which is a very welcome update. However given the Government’s and NIAC’s decision on 30th March to roll out an age based vaccine programme (https://www.rte.ie/news/coronavirus/2021/0330/1207045-coronavirus-vaccination-list/), family carers have been given hope in one hand whilst it’s been taken away swiftly with the other. Their main question is who will care for my loved one if I get COVID as what happened Liz Collins last year. Read about how worrying this time was for her and her family here- https://www.independent.ie/breaking-news/irish-news/mum-and-carer-of-teenager-with-rare-skin-condition-issues-plea-over-vaccine-40103019.html

DEBRA continues to advocate for family carers to not just be spoken about as a key member of society but to be treated as such.

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