The charity institute is recruiting for positions in Ireland to fill vacancies as part of a $1.4 million boost to its Dublin office.
The Irish National Charity Institute announced on Thursday that it has created a new team of 12 people to help run the Dublin office, which will be based in the former offices of the charity institute and the Irish National Institute of Social Welfare.
The company will provide support to the charity centre’s staff and staff from the Dublin offices and a number of other charities.
It said the job was part of the company’s ongoing recruitment and expansion of its Ireland operations.
The organisation said it will recruit at a rate of approximately 15 people each month for the next two years.
The job will be filled by a specialist who has a significant amount of experience working with charities, the company said.
It is one of three new roles created in Ireland this year, following the appointment of former charity institute staff to work for a new charity centre in Dublin.
The charity institute said it has had a number the previous roles, but did not identify the others.
It said the position would support the Dublin and Dublin-based charity centres.
Read more:Irish charity institute says it will pay staff a combined €1.8m to relocate in IrelandAfter the announcement, Irish charity charity institute president Richard O’Connor said the recruitment drive was about building a “strong foundation” and a “world-class” organisation.
“We are thrilled to have been selected to provide a strong foundation for the Irish charity institute’s growth and expansion in the next few years,” he said.