Archways are recruiting a Project Manager to head up a new initiative in the north side of Dublin
Archways have been commissioned to establish a new project in the north side of Dublin to address the challenges faced by young people involved or are at risk of involvement in crime networks.
The project will have a strong focus on family support and will work with partner agencies to provide targeted interventions to young people and their families.
The project will run for 3 years and will be part of the University of Limerick ‘Greentown Project’ which aims to reduce the influence of criminal networks on young people and provide them with alternative pro-social pathways.
The project Manager will report to the CEO of Archways and will be responsible for the following:
Establishing and working with a local oversight committee consisting of local community and statutory organisations
Developing an implementation plan for the project
Providing support and supervision to the project staff team
The day to day coordination of the project
Developing annual work plans in conjunction with the oversight committee for the project
Working with the research team to ensure all relevant data is collected
Ensuring KPIs for the project are met
Build relationships and service pathways with local community and statutory service providers
Liaising with relevant local and national structures and provide reports as required
Organising project events.
Further information is available on job vacancy page.
Board of Management Opportunities
The Archways Board is a voluntary Board which performs key roles in relation to the direction, leadership and corporate governance of the organisation and is currently involved in a strategic planning process to plan for the next 3year period.
Archways is seeking new board members and a new Chairperson to lead the Board – the current chair is retiring from the role after 5 years membership of the Board.
The role of the Chairperson will include:
To provide strategic leadership to the board
To support the board in the effective governance of the organisation and in ensuring the appropriate policies and procedures are in place
To ensure new board members are supported and the succession planning and recruitment of new board members as required with the diversity of skills required
To chair the board and steering group meetings and facilitate participative discussion and informed decision making at the meetings with regular review of finances, HR and other strategic issues
To provide line management and support to the CEO including regular meetings/communications, annual appraisal, succession planning
The Board has some very experienced members but is now seeking some new members to join it as the organisation continues to develop and innovate in response to new and emerging needs. The incoming Chairperson and new members should have some of the following experiences and backgrounds
The Board meets 8/9 times a year for approximately 2 hours.
If you are interested in joining our Board, please contact Grainne Burke Chairperson by email at email@example.com or Aileen O Donoghue CEO at firstname.lastname@example.org for an informal discussion.
Covid 19 Updates
Our team continue to work from the office on a restricted basis and remotely the remainder of the time.
If you need to contact any of the team please see email addresses below.
We will continue to monitor the situation and move in line with current recommendations. We hope you and family stay safe during this time.
Aileen O’Donoghue CEO
Aileen O’Donoghue: CEO – email@example.com
Sean Mc Donnell: Deputy CEO – firstname.lastname@example.org
Noel Fox: Finance Manager – email@example.com
Karen Costello: Project Coordinator Blue Skies – firstname.lastname@example.org
Alice Ann Lee: Clinical Supervisor – Families First Therapy -email@example.com
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