The Regional Administrator is responsible for the provision of administrative support in line with established operating standards having due regard for regional priorities, national policies and the underlying ethos of the Society.
The prime purpose of the role is to resource the development and delivery of a national programme of support and development of home visitation, the membership involved in the work of home visitation, and youth development.
The role of Membership Support Officer will encompass a developmental and administrative focus, working primarily with Area and as necessary, Conference Presidents around recruitment, retention, member development and training.
Group Financial Controller required by NCBI Group with at least 6 years experience working at a senior level and with experience in working in retail, or commercial businesses.
The successful individual will be tasked with developing and delivering our retention strategy, in line with agreed KPI’s, in turn enabling the Irish Lottery to maximise returns to the prize pool and good causes.
The successful individual will be tasked with developing and delivering our customer acquisition strategy, in line with agreed KPI’s, in turn enabling the Irish Lottery to maximise returns to the prize pool and good causes.
• To provide assistance for the efficient operation of all aspects of the accounting function in the company. To ensure the proper maintenance of the financial records of the IABA. To assist in the preparation of annual accounts for audit in compliance with recognised current accounting standards.
Social Care Workers - Residential Services (Permanent and Relief contracts). must have recognised qualification i.e. Hetac accredited Degree in Child Care/Applied Social Care Studies. OTC degree in applied Social Studies / DIT degree in Social care/ Applied social Studies
Daisyhouse’s Mission is to provide homeless individuals with the skills and confidence to live independently through the provision of secure, affordable, high quality Supported Temporary Accommodation and permanent housing.
To provide care and support to Cheshire Ireland service users, in a safe, respectful, empathic and person-centred manner, and to facilitate people to live a life of their own choosing.