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#JobFairy - NWCI is currently recruiting for a Reproductive Health Rights Officer

Published: Thursday, May 02, 2019

The National Women’s Council of Ireland (NWCI) is the leading national women’s membership organisation seeking equality for women. We represent 180-member groups as well as a wide range of individual members from a diversity of backgrounds, sectors and locations

NWCI is currently recruiting for a Reproductive Health Rights Officer

This is an exciting time for NWCI. Change is happening for women in Ireland and we would like you to be part of that. If you have a good understanding of women’s equality, are a strong communicator, can build relationships and are interested in working with a leading national women’s organisation we want you!

We are looking for you to join the team based in Dublin. This post is for a contract of 12 months on a 3-day week.  

Reproductive Health Rights Officer

The Reproductive Health Rights Officer will promote NWCI’s work on women’s reproductive health in line with our Strategic Plan 2016-20. In particular, the Reproductive Health Rights Officer will work to realise NWCI’s vision of reproductive health for women in Ireland, underpinned by our Every Woman model.

The Officer will build on the work of NWCI to bring about change by clearly articulating a feminist analysis of reproductive health. The position will involve consultation with women, engagement with the public and policymakers, policy analysis and advocacy work. This role will include event management, policy development and alliance building.

Application Form

Job Description

Applications and interviews

Application is by way of application form (3 hard copies) to Anne Gibney, NWCI, 100 North King Street, Dublin 7 which must address the person specification and responsibilities of the post applied for.

The deadline for receipt of application is 5pm, Thursday, 16th May 2019.

NWCI is an equal opportunities employer and offers a number of flexible working arrangements.  We welcome applications from all sections of the community.