About the Charities Regulator
Employing over 40 people at present, the Charities Regulator is responsible for setting up and maintaining the public register of charitable organisations operating in Ireland.
They also ensure charities comply with their legal requirements, supporting best practice in governance, management and administration.
Additionally, where necessary, they carry out investigations and take appropriate enforcement action.
What They Do
Benefits you can expect include:
The Charities Regulator actively supports talent development, with colleagues encouraged, facilitated, and enabled to achieve their full potential. The organisation positively promotes and rigorously observes the principles of equal opportunity and is committed to implementing policies that ensure equal opportunities.
Charity Services Manager
Reporting to and supporting the Head of Charity Services, the successful applicant will have responsibility for a wide range of management activities. These include: providing operational leadership and direction to ensure the effective running and management of the Charity Services Unit; managing the workload of Charity Services Unit staff while carrying out probation and performance reviews; ensuring end to end business unit processes are efficient, effective and align with objectives and stakeholder requirements.
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