Join the IFGH team: Opportunities available NOW!

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July 2, 2014

Do you have what it takes to be a part of our team? We currently have two exciting opportunities for suitably-qualified individuals. Please take a look at the descriptions below to see if we can work together!

 

Position available: Finance and Administrative Officer (Part time, 20%) Closing date: 5pm, 25th July 2014

Description:  Job opportunity for a flexible person with strong finance and administrative skills who would like to work part-time with a dynamic team in the Irish Forum for Global Health. Click here for full details and candidate specification (pdf).

How to apply: Send a cover letter and CV only, by email, to: HR@globalhealth.ie. (Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted subsequently.)

 

Internship available: Professional Intern (Part-time, 60%) Closing date: 5pm, 25th July 2014

Description: The IFGH is now seeking a highly-motivated and skilled Intern. The Intern will report to the Communications Coordinator, and will support IFGH staff across a broad range of activities, including communications, events planning, supporting the Student Outreach Group, administration, and more. Full terms and candidate specifications can be downloaded by clicking here (pdf).This internship complies with the principles set out in the IFGH’s Professional Internship Programme (pdf).

How to apply: Send a a cover letter and CV by email to: HR@globalhealth.ie (Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted subsequently.)

 

 

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