About Kilbarrack Community Development Project
The Kilbarrack Community Development Project CLG (KCDP) operates an after-school program to local children. The KCDP provides a safe and inclusive environment where children are supported in their holistic development through play, choice-based programming and encouraged to have fun. Daily programs include homework support, physical activity, arts, crafts, computers and free play.
Take a leadership role in a community based non-profit organisation, to embrace an opportunity to become involved in a community based non-profit organisation that will be a valuable and an impactful experience that will contribute to the children in the Kilbarrack community.
Currently the KCDP are refreshing all board members and are seeking to recruit new board members with experience in finances and human resources.
Purpose of the Role:
To provide leadership and governance to the KCDP as part of a Board of Management team. To work with management and the financial administrator to ensure the organisation operates strategically and purposely in accordance with best practice. To contribute to maintaining an essential community service.
Expectations & Commitment
• Work with other board members in a collaborative respective way,
• Achieve a high level of corporate governance
• Act in the best interests of the KCDP
• Attend bi-monthly meetings (meeting times to be determined)
• Assist with any aspects of the KCDP as needed
What's required for this position
Experience in finance, human resources, leadership, governance.
- Accountancy/ Finance
- Business/ HR/ Management
- Personable Skills
- Youth/ Childcare
Level of English required for this role:
Times and commitment required for this role
Minimum time commitment: 2 years
Hours required: 2hrs Monthly
Location of volunteering opportunity:
St. Benedict's Resource Centre, Swan's Nest Road, Kilbarrack D5
Screening details for this role:
- Garda Vetting
- Informal Interviews
- Identification Check (photo ID etc…)
- Curriculum Vitae (CV)
Volunteers will be provided with the following supports:
- Initial induction and training
Volunteers with the following challenges will be supported in this role
- Physical Disability
- Sensory Disability
- Learning Disability
- Mental Health Difficulties
Is this opportunity suitable for groups/teams of volunteers?
Benefits you will receive as a volunteer
To further community professional development and contribute to the future of the after school program
By bus 17A, by DART- Kilbarrack Station, driving-located off the Kilbarrack Road near Kilbarrack Fire Station
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