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Women's Aid is recruiting for the following positions:

1.  Senior Fundraising Co-ordinator

Reference: SFC2023 (please cite in all communications with Women’s Aid).
Reports to: Head of Strategic Communications and Fundraising.
Contract: Permanent, full-time.
Hours: Women’s Aid’s full-time working week is 35 hours (excluding lunch).  Core working hours are ordinarily between 8am and 6pm Monday to Friday, unless a role requires different contracted hours.
Location: Primarily based at Women’s Aid head office at Wilton Place, Dublin 2, but a % of hybrid working will be required.
Salary: €50,000 – €55,000 pro rata, Senior Project Leader scale. Rate subject to relevant experience.

Purpose of the Post: To drive the new Women’s Aid Fundraising Strategy and generate and build diverse income streams to support the charitable activities of the organisation. The Senior Fundraising Co-ordinator will also oversee the day-today
support and supervision of the fundraising team.

How to Apply

Application Form: Application forms, clearly referenced SFC2022 in the subject line, should be sent by email only to Carmen Iturregui, Strategic Communications and Fundraising Administrative Officer, email CVs will not be considered.

Closing date: 5pm, Friday 7th July 2023.

2. Part-time Shop Assistant, Community Employment (C.E.) scheme,

Job reference Number:  2273437

Purpose of the Role:

This is a varied and interesting retail role working in our Women’s Aid Charity Shop based in Dundrum. The new candidate will be working closely with the shop manager and other shop staff and volunteers to carry out general retail duties.

Main Tasks:

  • To assist and serve customers.
  • To assist with stocking the shop, including sorting, steaming, pricing, and hanging of donated items.
  • Preparation of books, bric-a-brac, toys, jewellery, etc. for sale
  • Shop merchandising - displaying shop donations at their best and keeping the shop floor clean and tidy.
  • To be involved with the till operation and the handling of cash
  • Compliance with Health & Safety guidelines.

Qualities/ Experience/Skills

Good communication and customer care service skills are essential to fulfil this role.

Retail experience is an advantage, but not essential as a full training and induction will be provided by our Charity Shop Manager. 


Dundrum Charity Shop, 14 Main Street, Dundrum

This post is under the Department of Social Protection’s Community Employment (C.E.) scheme. Women’s Aid is a sponsoring organisation for St. Mary’s Community Project, Henrietta St., Dublin 1. Applicants must be eligible for CE. Working hours are 19.5 hours per week.

If interested please submit your CV to C.E. Supervisor Mr. Tom Hayden, St. Mary’s Community Project by email to


Women's Aid is committed to the promotion of equal opportunities and cultural diversity