We are recruiting for a Head of Mobilisation and Campaigns
Published: Tuesday, June 29, 2021
The National Women’s Council is the leading national representative organisation for women and women’s groups in Ireland, founded in 1973. We have over 190-member groups and a large and growing community of individual supporters.
The ambition of the National Women’s Council is an Ireland where every woman enjoys true equality, and no woman is left behind. This ambition shapes and informs our work, and, with our living values, how we work.
We are a movement-building organisation rooted in our membership, working on the whole island of Ireland. We are also part of the international movement to protect and advance women’s and girls’ rights.
Our purpose is to lead action for the achievement of women’s and girls’ equality through mobilising, influencing, and building solidarity.
NWCI is currently recruiting for the Head of Mobilisation and Campaigns
This is an exciting time for NWC. Change is happening for women in Ireland, and we would like you to be part of that. If you are passionate about feminism and women’s equality, are an excellent communicator and a strategic thinker we want you!
We are looking for you to join the team based in Dublin. Due to Covid restrictions we are working from home until further notice. This post is for 4 days a week on an initial fixed term contract of 12 months.
The Head of Mobilisation and Campaigns will lead and drive the core strategic campaigns of NWC in line with the goals of our Strategic Plan ‘No Woman Left Behind’. The person will mobilise the various elements of the organisation, policy, communications membership and fundraising in the delivery of campaigns. The person will lead the mobilisation of NWC members, key partners, and the public on and offline to achieve the change as envisioned in the Strategic plan. The Head of Mobilisation and Campaigns will also be responsive and identify strategic opportunities that engage women and build momentum to deliver change. As a senior leader in the organisation the Head of Mobilisation and Campaigns will contribute to the strategic development of the organisation.
We are committed to providing a healthy and collaborative work environment, and great opportunities for learning and growth. Women and nonbinary people, people from a minority background, people with disabilities, LGBTIQ+ people, and others from traditionally minoritised backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. NWCI offers a number of flexible working arrangements.
Applications and interviews
Please complete and e-sign the application form and send it to Susan McCormack firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline for receipt of application is midnight 19th July. Late applications will not be reviewed. Interviews take place on the week beginning 26th July 2021.