Current Career Opportunities 

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

  • Increase public trust and confidence in the management and administration of charitable trusts and charitable organisations.
  • Promote compliance by charity trustees with their duties in the control and management of charities.
  • Promote the effective use of the property of charities.
  • Assess applications for charitable status and maintain the public Register of Charities.
  • Carry out investigations in accordance with the Charities Act.
  • Ensure the accountability of charities to donors and beneficiaries of charitable gifts, and the public.
  • Carry out investigations in accordance with the Charities Act.
  • Help charities to understand and better meet their obligations through information, advice and guidance.
  • Carry on such activities or publish such information (including statistical information) concerning charitable organisations and charitable trusts as they consider appropriate.

Benefits you can expect include:

  • Public sector pay rates, pension benefits and annual leave entitlements.
  • Dynamic and interactive work environment.
  • Career progression opportunities.
  • Personal development opportunities through employer sponsored academic education, paid study leave and extensive in-house training and development programmes.
  • Flexible working hours and the potential to accrue flexi leave for those operating at grades equivalent to CO, EO and HEO.
  • Tax saver tickets, Bike to Work Scheme and bike storage onsite
  • Modern City Centre office, located in George's Dock, Dublin 1, which is easily accessible by DART, Luas and many bus routes.

Career Opportunities

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.

To apply, complete the relevant application form below and send to

Current Vacancies:

The Charities Regulator are not recruiting at present. Please check here as well as and the Charities Regulator social channels for future opportunities.

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