Chief Executive Officer
Contract: Permanent, full-time, 7 years single term contract.
Salary: €75-85K depending on experience.
Dóchas, the association of Irish Non-Governmental Development Organisations, is seeking a new CEO to continue to deliver its role as a meeting place and leading voice for organisations that want Ireland to be a world leader in efforts to bring about global justice.
Founded from the belief that every human being is fundamentally equal, Dóchas is comprised of 44 full members and 13 associate members working in 104 countries around the world. The organisation plays a unique role in safeguarding Ireland’s reputation of punching above its weight due to its long-standing commitment to global development.
The Board of Dóchas is seeking a new CEO to lead the organisation in achieving its vision and mission whilst adapting to an increasingly changing international environment; supporting the needs of its members who face a wide range of challenges and opportunities due to the uncertainty created by the global pandemic.
The CEO will be responsible for strategically leading and managing the organisation; human resources management; representation, advocacy and policy; governance and compliance; finance, risk and operational management; and network and membership development.
The Board is seeking candidates with substantial senior management experience and proven external representation at the highest levels. You will have strategy development and operational planning experience, as well as a track record of delivering results. You will also be an efficient manager and leader of teams, with highly developed interpersonal, listening and networking skills. Finally, an appreciation and understanding of emerging trends and issues with global development and justice issues will be key.
For more details of this great opportunity and how to apply, please click though to our candidate pack.
PLEASE NOTE: We will be longlisting applications as soon as we receive them, so please apply early to register your interest.
CLOSING DATE: Monday 9th August, 9am (Irish Standard Time).