Fundraising Administrator- Corporate - Irish Cancer Society

TITLE: Corporate Partnerships Administrator

REPORTS TO: Corporate Partnerships Manager 

LOCATION: Based in Dublin

HOURS: Full Time (35 hours per week)

Evenings and weekend work may be required.

CONTRACT TYPE: Fixed Term Contract 


  • To assist the Corporate Partnerships Team in delivery of the Irish Cancer Society’s Corporate Partnerships strategy. 

  • To administer the Society’s corporate correspondence, filing and database. 

  • To respond to, resolve and record all corporate enquiries (in all formats) in a timely manner and to agreed standards.

  • To process, track and ensure accurate recording and processing of all new donor information. 


The Corporate Partnerships Administrator will take on a number of very specific tasks as well as being involved in corporate campaigns, events and new projects.  The main aspects of the Corporate Partnerships Administrator role would be as follows:

  • Responsible for the day to day correspondence with existing corporate partners on various enquiries and requests.

  • Telephone and written follow-up to partners as agreed by Corporate Partnerships Manager and Officer.

  • Liaising/working with Finance and Fundraising teams in receipting corporate partners. 

  • Administration of the corporate communications programme. 

  • Administration of the corporate Matching Gift programme.

  • Administration of the corporate partnerships visits, meetings and programme updates into DYNAMICS database.

  • Assisting the Corporate Partnerships Manager with production of income reports. 

  • Contacting donors to validate, clarify and update donor files. 

  • Build relationships across the Society to facilitate the delivery of excellent donor care. 

  • Attend fundraising events and assist in the planning and execution of corporate fundraising activities.

  • Ensure that all donors and prospects receive the highest standard of care and stewardship through effective and timely communication, in person, phone, email and mail.

  • Assisting with employee fundraising campaigns.

  • Assisting with the Charity of the Year relationships.

  • Overseeing once off fundraising events. 

  • Cash handling, banking, acknowledging and receipting income in accordance with Society policies and procedures. 

  • Maintain confidentiality regarding supporter information at all times, and to ensure compliance with the Data Protection Act.

  • Reception rota as required.


  • The Society operates a no-smoking policy and the post holder must not smoke in the office or when on Society business outside the office. 

  • All employees are required to be aware of their responsibilities towards health and safety and to adhere to fire regulations. 

  • This job description is not exhaustive.  It merely acts as a guide and may be amended to meet the changing requirements of the Society at any time after discussion with the post holder. 


  • Third level qualification desired but not essential or relevant experience gained in the corporate, not for profit sector or a customer service environment.

  • Two years administrative experience. 

  • Highly computer literate, experience of customer/ donor databases and excel is preferred. 

  • Customer Service background.

  • Strong preference for experience with working with Corporates.


  • Strong empathy with compassion for the Society.

  • Ability to input data quickly and accurately. 

  • Professional telephone manner essential.  Ability to handle enquiries and complaints appropriately and sensitively.

  • Ability to make decisions using good judgement and reasoning.

  • Excellent writing and editing skills, ability to draft and edit letters, acknowledgements and a range of fundraising materials.

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

  • Strong organisational skills.

  • Excellent attention to detail.

  • Ability to deliver to multiple deadlines.

  • Computer literate including use of databases and Microsoft Office suite.  

  • Flexibility to work in a fast paced, deadline driven environment.

HOW TO APPLY:  If you are interested in applying for this position, please send curriculum vitae and cover letter including current remuneration package to: Nicola Cosgrove, PA/Department Administrator - HR, Irish Cancer Society, 43/45 Northumberland Rd., Dublin 4. Email:

The closing date for applications 23rd July 2019.

The Irish Cancer Society is an equal opportunities employer.

We do not require the assistance of Recruitment Agencies.

Programme Officer - Aidlnk

Aidlink works in partnership with local African NGOs and target communities in Kenya, Uganda and Ghana, building their capacity to become empowered, independent leaders of their own development.

By supporting our partners’ work in education, water and sanitation and agricultural livelihoods, Aidlink is committed to promoting child rights, especially for girls, combating climate change, and mobilizing local communities for effective, sustainable change.

We are currently recruiting for the fulltime position of Programme Officer.

Job Title:

Programme Officer (fulltime)



Job Purpose: 

Aidlink is recruiting a Programme Officer to join our small team and support senior management in the planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of partners and projects supported by Aidlink.

Primary duties and responsibilities include:

  1. Partner Relations and Programme Management

  2. Donor Relations

  3. Organisational Development and Capacity Building

  4. Strategic and Policy Support

  5. Development Education / Immersion Programme support.

See our website for full job description. To apply, please email CV and cover letter to Closing date: Friday 2ndAugust 5pm

  • Closing Date for Applications
    2nd August 2019, 5pm

Sales Manager - RDS

Title: Sales Manager

Reporting to: Deputy Chief Executive- Commercial (DCE-C)

Job Purpose: To contribute to the development and growth of new and existing

venue business, thereby maximising revenue for the RDS venue

Key Responsibilities

  1. Achieving budget targets set on an annual basis, especially around new business

development and delivery.

  1. Develop and secure new business opportunities and repeat business for the RDS by:

  2. Proactively organising lead generation and/ or handling in-bound queries,

conducting site inspections with prospective/ existing clients, negotiation of

agreements and setting pricing.

  1. Preparing proposals for clients in a timely manner, follow up and conversion

of proposals/ communications to actual sales.

  1. Management of own sales pipeline, forecasting for weekly meetings and

delivery of personal and team revenue targets.

  1. Using the CRM system (EBMS) to ensure all relevant information is captured

and utilised.

  1. Lead generation activities and sales campaigns, working within GDPR

guidelines, strategically targeting local and international markets for business.

  1. Provision of sales handover meetings and assisting Operations team with

client contract fulfilment.

  1. Key account management of clients after-sales and through-out their time

with the RDS.

  1. Ensuring that the Catering Provider/ third party suppliers (e.g. AV, TM) have

Client contact details for fulfilment/ upselling and linking with relevant staff

to ensure revenue maximisation and good customer service are always

experienced by our clients.

  1. Post event contact with the Client, to seek quality of service feedback and

survey completion as appropriate. Update Client Event Meeting attendees

on any interesting feedback or information where appropriate.

  1. Build sound working relationships with Clients ensuring at all times a high level of

service satisfaction and an increased positive experience at the RDS venue, with

strong revenue supporting your work.

  1. Participate in any other RDS projects, events or activities as directed by the DCE-C

and/or Chief Executive. The sales manager will have a role (TBC) in the annual

Dublin Horse Show and will be agreed within 3-6 months of working with the RDS.

Person Specification 

Personal Attributes & Skills 

  • Proven track record of winning new business; closing sales and successfully account

managing existing clients, with a keen focus on negotiation skills and being able to

manage and influence internal and external stakeholders;

  • A team player with a strong work ethic, proactive approach and an ability to work on

own initiative;

  • Motivated, confident and credible person with the ability to negotiate on behalf of the

RDS whilst building solid working relationships with clients/customers;

  • Strong presentation skills as you will be presenting regularly to senior stakeholders both

internally and externally, as well as excellent communication and writing skills;

  • A creative problem solver and ability to work calmly under pressure;

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and ICT tools. Candidate should be very comfortable

with the role of ICT / CRM in supporting and maximising the sales process.


  • At least 5 years relevant senior sales experience and track record of successful sales and

contra negotiation;

  • Sales experience in the entertainment/hospitality sectors would be advantageous;

  • Experience with tender submission is desirable.


  • Third level business or related degree.

The role will require flexibility to work outside of normal office hours when required,

including weekends.

  • Closing Date for Applications
    29 July 2019

Childline Regional Supervisor - ISPCC

Childline Supervisor, Limerick, Full Time. 

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced professional to become part of the ISPCC Services Team as a Childline Supervisor, Limerick.  

We are looking for a highly motivated and committed individual who can work on their own initiative and as part of a team. If you have the knowledge, skills and minimum 2 years’ experience, then we would love to hear from you.

This role is 39 hours per week.

Should you feel you are suitably qualified and experienced, then please forward your completed application form to by close of business on 6th August 2019. 

Download Job Description

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  • Closing Date for Applications
    COB 6th August

CRM Data Management Executive - Children’s Health Foundation

Job Title:                                    CRM Data Management Executive

Reporting to:                            Director of Finance

Location:                                  Temple Street Foundation, Temple Street, Dublin 1

Job Type:                                  Contract – 1 Year (Maternity Cover)

Salary:                                        €40,000

About the Organisation

For many years, paediatric healthcare in Ireland has been delivered through a combination of services at 3 paediatric hospitals (Temple Street, Crumlin and Tallaght). The Children’s Health Bill 2018 saw the formation of Children’s Health Ireland, and this new company took over responsibility for the three existing hospitals from 1st January 2019. 

Aligned with this paediatric healthcare change, the three fundraising foundations associated with each of the hospitals, Temple Street Foundation (TSF), The Children’s Medical and Research Foundation Crumlin (CMRF) and the National Children’s Hospital Foundation Tallaght (NCHF), agreed that it would be best to come together to form a new Foundation.

When a child you love is sick, your top priority is finding the best care and research available. It’s ours too. At CHF our team has one simple mission – helping sick children and their families.   We now have a vacancy on our team and would welcome applications for the role of CRM Data Management Executive. 

The role will be in our Temple Street offices and will report to the Director of Finance of Temple Street Foundation.

Role and purpose:

The role of the CRM Data Management Executive is to maintain and enhance the integrity of Temple Street Foundation’s client data within the CRM system and to ensure continued user confidence in the system and its content.

The role will incorporate daily data entry and data maintenance tasks as well as providing user support in campaign management, bespoke reporting, data enhancement, staff training and system improvement considerations.

Core Responsibilities:

Data Quality

  • Data input quality management - reviewing organisation and contact entries and completing gap analysis from input source, via internet and other information sources

  • Actively promote and improve CRM usage

  • Identifying data duplication, redundancy and resolving same

  • Data segmentation and enhancement by tagging with the assistance of system categorisation

  • Data analysis of Campaigns

  • Create marketing data lists for telephone, post and email campaigns upon request.

Income data entry

  • Daily income entry from multiple sources and reconciliation with finance department

  • Scanning of income support documentation to a supporters’ record.

  • Import bulk files

  • Import communication and Data protection consents.

Support and Training

  • Complete Group and One-to-one training

Management Reporting

  • Create and generate data reports as requested by the Leadership and Fundraising teams

  • Integration of third party data sources

 CRM System Promotion and Development

  • Actively promote the functionality of the system amongst business users

  • Periodic user-group feedback

  • Drive continuous improvement of system so that it continues to meet user group needs and keeps pace with good practice CRM systems

  • Liaise with CRM account manager

  • Actively promote the functionality of the system amongst business users

Data protection

  • Act as Data protection officer

  • Create, update and implement policies

  • Deliver and manage Data Protection Training to all staff

  • Ensure Data Protection Policies are enforced

  • Continuous professional development in GDPR laws and policies

  • Implement the Foundations data destruction policy


Skills, Experience & Qualifications

The CRM Data Management Executive will have a good track record of experience in an analytical role (ideally 3-5 years), managing client data, ideally in a CRM system or other client data management systems.

  • In addition to being highly analytical, the candidate will also have the ability to operate with a commercial perspective, appreciating the importance of using data & insight to support business development and marketing objectives.

  • Technically, the candidate needs to possess significant data management system experience, plus a strong understanding of Windows desktop applications, in particular advanced Excel skills.

  • These technical skills need to be complimented by equally strong communication skills to ensure any insight and data is understood by individuals and teams across the Foundation. Also, strong communication skills will be required in order to deliver both one-on-one and group training sessions.

  • Marketing and/or Business Development knowledge/experience would be advantageous as the individual will act as the internal expert on data segmentation and analysis techniques to ensure best practice across the firm in leveraging firm data for business development and marketing purposes.

  • The candidate should have a strong focus on delivering a high level of service back to users and have an aptitude for close attention to detail. As the individual will spend time responding to user enquiries, they should feel comfortable dealing with people at all levels of the Foundation and managing expectations accordingly.

  • Experience in Non-profit industry is desirable.

Essential Skills:

  • 3rd Level qualification in IT or equivalent or demonstrable experience in database management

  • Knowledge of CRM system

Person Profile:

  • Proven experience in maintaining CRM database systems

  • Will be able to discuss technical database issues in an appropriate way with non-technical staff

  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate at all levels and with all stakeholders

  • Have good technical procedural writing skills

  • Experience with ThankQ desirable but not essential

  • Will be able to manage data within a complex database

  • Will have appropriate professional experience providing customer service

  • Will have reliable discretion dealing with sensitive and confidential information

  • Will have relevant training as Data protection officer

Applicants should apply enclosing a CV and cover letter to

Closing date for all applications is the  31st July 2019

Due to the high volume of applications anticipated, we are only in a position to contact those selected for interview. Successful candidates can expect a response within 2 weeks from closing date.

  • Closing Date for Applications
    31st July 2019

Medical Secretary (Grade IV) - St Francis Hospice Dublin

St. Francis Hospice Dublin (Under the Care of the Daughters of Charity)

St. Francis Hospice provides a comprehensive range of palliative care services for patients and their families living in North Dublin City and County. We are currently recruiting for the following position:

Medical Secretary (Grade IV)
Outpatient Service
Fixed Term Contract – 6 months 
Monday to Friday, 37 hours per week 
Informal inquiries to: Ms. Yolanda Cuadrado, Head of Human Resources, email

Candidates should complete the application form and email it along with a letter of application
and a copy of their Curriculum Vitae to Ms. Dorothy Reilly, HR Assistant

Application form and job description can be downloaded from the Career page on our website

Closing date for all applications is Thursday, 25th July 2019
Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed on Tuesday, 30th July 2019.

Visit our website at
St. Francis Hospice Dublin is an equal opportunities employer.

  • Closing Date for Applications
    Thursday 25th July 2019

Part Time Administrator - Meningitis Research Foundation

Administrator - Part time 20 hours a week (Monday - Friday)

Salary: €22,500 (€12,414 pro rata) + 6% pension contribution

Location: Dublin


· 6% employer pension contribution

· 24.5 days annual leave plus statutory bank holidays pro rata

· Employee assistance programme in place with free access to confidential, professional legal and health advice

· Cycle to work scheme

Meningitis Research Foundation: We are a leading UK, Irish and international charity that aims to improve the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of meningitis and septicaemia. It is an exciting time for the charity as we expand our reach and impact to meeting the challenges of meningitis and septicaemia wherever they exist in the world.

The candidate: We are seeking a reliable individual committed to our values. You will be an excellent communicator with experience covering a busy office. You will bring initiative and energy to a role that also requires attention to detail, organisational skills and flexibly.


· To provide financial, administrative and fundraising support for all aspects of the regional office work programme

· To work with the team to deliver agreed Community Fundraising Strategy, implementation plan, targets and income growth

· To be aware of MRF’s operational objectives and to assist wherever possible in obtaining income for the charity and good value for expenditure within the role

Application process: The closing date for completed applications is 9am 8th August 2019. Please see our website for full details and how to apply

Please return application and equal opportunities forms via e-mail to or post to Laura Hardidge at Meningitis Research Foundation, Newminster House, Baldwin Street, Bristol, BS1 1LT.

MRF is committed to safeguarding, any advertised role will require references and confirmation of your identity will be undertaken. Specific roles will state if there is a requirement for Garda Vetting checks.