Corporate Support Executive
About Co-Operative Housing Ireland
Co-operative Housing Ireland (CHI) was founded in 1973 and is the national organisation representing, promoting, and developing co-operative housing in Ireland. Since their foundation they have provided over 5,700 homes through homeownership, shared ownership, and social rented co-operatives. With their membership of democratically controlled local co-operatives, they continue to manage over 3,000 homes across Ireland as well as providing a network of childcare services in their communities.
About the Role
Co-operative Housing Ireland are seeking a Corporate Support Executive. This is an important role, offering substantial supports to the Executive Management Team within CHI. Applications from candidates with at least 3 years’ experience in areas such as administration, governance and stakeholder engagement, as well as an interest in the social housing sector, are welcome.
Reporting to the Head of Corporate Services, the Corporate Support Executive will be responsible for assisting the CEO and Head of Corporate Services in their daily activities to ensure the successful running of the organisation. The postholder will be expected to anticipate the needs of the organisation, think critically, and offer solutions to problems with a high level of professionalism and confidentiality.
To succeed in this role, the post holder must have extensive previous of supporting Executive Management to achieve the strategic aims of an organisation. He/she will be self-driven, passionate about their work and comfortable working under pressure and to deadlines. This role requires exceptional communication skills and a high degree of professionalism in dealing with diverse groups of people.
How to Apply
To apply, to discuss further, or to request a copy of the candidate briefing document, please contact Claire Anderson at Claire.firstname.lastname@example.org or (086) 049-6774. Please send your CV in Word doc format only. The closing date for applications is Monday 19 April.