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Graduate Marketing Assistant for Ag Eisteacht

Role title: Marketing Assistant

Location: St. Luke’s Education Centre, Northridge House, Mahon, Cork

Duration: 12 months with the prospect of progressing into a full-time role with Ag Eisteacht on successful completion of the programme.

Hours: 37.5 hours per week

Remuneration: €1,500 per month

Description of sector

The not-for-profit sector in Ireland is comprised of just over 19,000 organisations. Not-for-profit organisations operate independently from the state and do not seek to produce a profit, instead their primary function is to provide a service which benefits civil society. Ag Eisteacht is an example of a not-for-profit organisation.

The 2into3 Not-for-Profit Graduate Programme aims to connect the best graduate talent on the market with not-for-profit organisations across the sector. Each trainee is mentored by 2into3 throughout their placement and is offered the prospect of progressing into an entry level role with the host organisation on completion of their traineeship.  

2into3 are seeking an intelligent, honest graduate to join Ag Eisteacht’s team as a Marketing Assistant, based in the organisation’s office in Mahon.  

Ag Eisteacht

Founded in 2001, Ag Eisteacht is a Cork based training charity which provides training to frontline practitioners working in the health, education, social, youth and community sectors in either a professional or voluntary capacity. Ag Eisteacht aims to improve health outcomes in Ireland by training practitioners to incorporate a relational approach in their routine work. This involves considering the patient in the context of their relationships and addressing relationships as a core component of health and well-being. Ag Eisteacht equips these practitioners with the knowledge, skills and confidence to build and support relationships in their routine work, thus improving outcomes for their patients.

Relationships are at the heart of what Ag Eisteacht does. The evidence shows that relationships matter – they affect our mental and physical health and well-being. When people are finding it hard to cope, particularly in their relationships, research has shown that they often “turn to” a frontline practitioner in their lives whom they already trust.

Ag Eisteacht’s ABLE training furnishes practitioners with the skills and steps involved in building an effective working relationship, establishing boundaries, listening actively and reflectively, and empowering service users to create solutions to their issues. A Relational Approach allows practitioners to be mindful of the relationships which form part of their service user’s and their own working lives, whilst increasing awareness of the impact of relationships on health and well-being, families and communities.

Since 2001, Ag Eisteacht has provided training to over 1,800 frontline practitioners through its programmes, which include the ABLE programmes. Ag Eisteacht aims to train practitioners so that they are in a position to empower those that they support.

As Ag Eisteacht continues to develop and deliver its programmes to frontline practitioners, promoting awareness of Ag Eisteacht amongst not-for-profit organisations and target groups such as policy makers is key to the continued impact and growth of the organisation. To help Ag Eisteacht develop its brand and increase its outreach  in new and existing markets, Ag Eisteacht is seeking to add proactive   Marketing Assistant to its team.

Marketing Assistant

The Marketing Assistant will work closely with the Communications and Relations Executive and will report to the Operations and Relationship Manager to develop and deliver Ag Eisteacht’s marketing plan and grow awareness of Ag Eisteacht amongst a range of stakeholders. This will include researching target groups for Ag Eisteacht’s programmes, producing new marketing materials including posters and leaflets, analysing and reporting on survey data from Survey Monkey, researching relevant topics for social media posts and utilising a range of marketing tools including mailshots to build awareness of Ag Eisteacht. The Marketing Assistant will also have administrative responsibilities within Ag Eisteacht’s team which will include updating the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system and preparing material in advance of courses. The assistant will play a key role in delivering Ag Eisteacht’s marketing plan and promoting its programmes.

Are you seeking an opportunity to begin a career in the not-for-profit sector with opportunities to develop your skills and ability to contribute in this sector and progress? We are looking for an enthusiastic  graduate with the following profile:

  • Third level qualification
  • Ability to align with the vision, mission and values of Ag Eisteacht
  • Demonstrable commitment to the not-for-profit sector
  • Follow through commitments
  • High degree of initiative and flexibility
  • Demonstrable interpersonal and communication skills   
  • Creative flair for designing marketing material and attention to detail                    
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Strong commitment to working as part of a team
  • Fluent English speaker and excellent written ability
  • Full working rights in Ireland

If your ambition is to work in the not-for profit sector and you combine the above profile in addition to recognising that it will be a continuous learning process, then we would like to hear from you. The closing date for applications is Friday 03rd August. Please send your CV and a cover letter in word format to Adrian.Mccarthy@2into3.com, including “Ag Eisteacht: Marketing Assistant Application” as the subject of the email.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Graduate Fundraising & Marketing Assistant for Diabetes Ireland

Role title: Fundraising & Marketing Assistant

Location: Diabetes Ireland National Office, 19 Northwood House, Northwood Business Campus, Santry, Dublin 9, DO9 DH30

Duration: 12 months with the prospect of progressing into a full-time role with Diabetes Ireland on successful completion of the programme.

Hours: 35 hours per week

Remuneration: €1,500 per month

Description:

The not-for-profit sector in Ireland is comprised of just over 19,000 organisations. Not-for-profit organisations operate independently from the state and do not seek to produce a profit, instead their primary function is to provide a service which benefits civil society. Diabetes Ireland is an example of a not-for-profit organisation.

The 2into3 Not-for-Profit Graduate Programme aims to connect the best graduate talent on the market with not-for-profit organisations across the sector. Each

trainee is mentored by 2into3 throughout their placement and is offered the prospect of progressing into an entry level role with the host organisation on completion of their traineeship.  

2into3 are seeking an ambitious graduate to join the Diabetes Ireland team as a Fundraising & Marketing Assistant, based in the organisation’s National Office in Santry.

Diabetes Ireland

Founded in 1967, Diabetes Ireland is the national charity dedicated to helping people with diabetes. Diabetes Ireland provides a range of services including a support helpline and local support branches, educational programmes and health promotion initiatives. The organisations also raises public awareness about diabetes and its symptoms as well funding research into a cure for diabetes. In 2016, Diabetes Ireland held over 290 health promotion, education and support events nationwide and over 5,800 people contacted the organisation’s helpline.

Diabetes Ireland is funded through a mix of statutory, corporate and voluntary donations. In 2016 Diabetes Ireland had an income of €2,017,123, of which 48% was provided through HSE funding. The remaining funding is provided through voluntary donations, corporate support and membership and clinic income. Diabetes Ireland is seeking to significantly increase its level of fundraising activity and gain further support from a range of donors.

To help achieve this ambition, the organisation is seeking to add an ambitious Fundraising & Marketing Assistant to its team.

Fundraising & Marketing Assistant

The Fundraising & Marketing Assistant will work closely with the Fundraising Manager to develop and deliver the Diabetes Ireland fundraising strategy. This will include developing new fundraising initiatives, managing the successful delivery of Diabetes Ireland fundraising events, utilising a range of marketing tools including social media and direct mail to raise awareness of Diabetes Ireland, supporting all aspects of donor and volunteer care and managing fundraising administration. The assistant will have a key role within the organisation in supporting the Fundraising Manager in all aspects of Diabetes Ireland fundraising and marketing activity.

Are you seeking an opportunity to begin a career in the not-for-profit sector with opportunities to develop and progress? We are looking for an ambitious graduate with the following profile:

  • Third level qualification
  • High motivation level
  • High degree of initiative, flexibility and creativity
  • Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills                      
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Strong commitment to teamwork
  • Fluent English Speaker
  • Full working rights in Ireland
  • Belief in the vision, mission and values of Diabetes Ireland
  • Demonstrable commitment to the not-for-profit sector
  • Full clean driving licence

If your ambition is to work in the not-for profit sector and you combine the above profile in addition to recognising that it will be a continuous learning process, then we would like to hear from you. Closing date for applications is Friday 13th July. Please send your CV and a cover letter in word format to Adrian.Mccarthy@2into3.com, including “Diabetes Ireland: Fundraising and Marketing Assistant Application” as the subject of the email.

 

 

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