Jobs with Oxfam

Oxfam Ireland is an Irish charity which is part of the global movement of people working and campaigning together in over 90 countries around the world to end poverty and injustice. We're looking for dedicated people to join our team in the roles below:
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DDFC2/19Fundraiser / Cork01/02/201931/12/2019 00:00Job Details
Door-to-door Fundraiser (Cork)
Oxfam is a global movement of people who won’t live with the injustice of poverty, and we’re looking for new members for our Fundraiser team!

Direct Dialogue fundraising is currently playing a very important role in enabling Oxfam Ireland to beat poverty.

Job purpose: Direct Dialogue fundraising is currently playing a very important role in enabling Oxfam Ireland to achieve our fundraising targets, and allowing us to maximise the benefits for those most in need.

The post will involve:
  • Recruiting donors door to door to support Oxfam Ireland through direct debit regular gifts.
  • Informing, inspiring and engaging the Irish public about the crucial work Oxfam Ireland is carrying out.
  • Representing Oxfam Ireland always in a friendly, courteous and professional manner at all times, and abiding by the fundraising code of conduct and established protocols.
The successful candidate will have:
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with an ability to engage and inspire, and very strong spoken English.
  • A passion for Oxfam Ireland's work, knowledge of emergency/developmental aid issues is beneficial also though non essential.
  • An outgoing personality, enjoy interacting with members of the public and working outdoors within a team dynamic.
  • Experience within direct dialogue is a definite advantage, though non essential as full training is provided.
Rate of pay: €13.13 - €15.15 an hour

To apply, please send CV and cover letter to IRL-fundraisers@oxfam.org

Should you be unable to submit your application online and would prefer an alternative method please contact our the HR Team on 028 9023 0220 (NI)  or 01 672 7662 (ROI)
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VPM/19Volunteer Programme Manager / Belfast or Dublin with an all-island responsibility29/11/201909/12/2019 12:00Job Details
Contract: 14 months fixed term (maternity cover)
Hours: 36 hours per week
Interview date: it is anticipated that interviews will take place on Thursday 19th December 2019

Oxfam is a global movement of people working together to end the injustice of poverty

The Role

Oxfam Ireland is looking for a Volunteer Programme Manager to join our team in Belfast or Dublin with an all island responsibility. The purpose of this role is to develop and implement an overarching Volunteer Strategy that drives the contribution of Volunteering and contributes to the overall organisations strategy and positions Oxfam Ireland as a leading example of volunteering best practice within the sector; ensuring volunteers are appropriately engaged and valued as an integral part of all organisational departments.

Our next Volunteer Programme Manager will require a range of skills and experience:
  • Demonstrable relevant experience in a similar role working directly with, and supporting, volunteering, including:
    • Developing and managing a Volunteer programme
    • Monitoring and identifying volunteering trends and respond to these to meet and support business needs
  • Working knowledge of volunteering principles & practice e.g. growth strategy, retention, motivation and development
  • Working knowledge and understanding of legislation surrounding volunteers, including safeguarding, vetting and data protection.
  • Ability to procure and source resources to deliver effective learning and development initiatives
  • Degree (or equivalent qualification) and/or a relevant, recognised professional qualification.
  • Full driving license (a company car will be provided). This criterion may be waived if a disability prohibits driving. In this case – access to a form of transport which allows you to fulfil the requirements of the job in full).
How to apply
For more detailed information including the duties and responsibilities of the post please click on the job-related document(s) below. To apply for this position, please click on the “Apply/Resume” button and complete an online application.

Please note that only applications received through Oxfam Ireland website will be accepted

Should you be unable to submit your application online and would prefer an alternative method please contact our HR Team on 028 9023 0220 (NI) or 01 672 7662 (ROI)

Oxfam Ireland reserves the right to enhance criteria to facilitate shortlisting

Any offer of employment with Oxfam Ireland is subject to receipt of satisfactory references, right to work checks and anti-fraud and corruption screening

Oxfam Ireland is an equal opportunities employer
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DSMBT/19Deputy Shop Manager / Blanchardstown02/12/201916/12/2019 12:00Job Details
Contract: 6 months fixed term contract  
Hours: 20 hours per week

Oxfam is a global movement of people working together to end the injustice of poverty

The Role

Oxfam Ireland is looking for a Deputy Shop Manager to join our brand-new charity shop in Blanchardstown. Working under the direction of the Shop Manager, the Deputy Shop Manager will be responsible for sales and profit at the shop, customer service, store operations and supervising a team. The Deputy Shop Manager will also be responsible for achieving retail targets by driving sales and delivering excellent customer service to customers.

Our next Deputy Shop Manager will require a range of skills and experience:
  • Minimum of 1-year experience in a fashion retail environment
  • Demonstrable experience of key holder, cash handling and following financial procedures
  • Previous experience of sales, trend awareness, visual merchandising and attention to detail
How to apply
For more detailed information including the duties and responsibilities of the post please click on the job-related document(s) below. To apply for this position, please click on the “Apply/Resume” button and complete an online application.

Please note that only applications received through Oxfam Ireland website will be accepted

Should you be unable to submit your application online and would prefer an alternative method please contact our HR Team on 028 9023 0220 (NI) or 01 672 7662 (ROI)

Oxfam Ireland reserves the right to enhance criteria to facilitate shortlisting

Please note we may use this recruitment drive to fill other positions

Any offer of employment with Oxfam Ireland is subject to receipt of satisfactory references, right to work checks and anti-fraud and corruption screening

Oxfam Ireland is an equal opportunities employer
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DFM/19Director of Fundraising & Marketing / Dublin with an all island responsibility22/11/201905/01/2020 18:00Job Details
Contract: Permanent
Hours: 36 per week  
Closing date: Sunday 5th January 2020 at 18.00 GMT

The Role

We are at an exciting phase in our organisational development, with ambitious growth plans nationally and internationally. We have invested in people and systems and our volunteer Board has endorsed our innovative new plans. A key pillar of our new strategy is income generation, and the role of Director of Fundraising and Marketing will play a significant leading role in helping Oxfam Ireland achieve its income targets.

We seek an enthusiastic and innovative fundraising and marketing leader who has experience of creating and delivering innovative plans for income generation and who will empower the fundraising and marketing teams to achieve ambitious fundraising, philanthropy and marketing programmes.

As Director of Fundraising and Marketing you will report to the CEO as part of the organisational senior leadership team. You will also work closely with the Board and chair the internal fundraising steering committee.

To deliver in this role you will require an extensive track record of developing and implementing strategic plans to achieve income growth across sustainable fundraising channels to generate funds.

This is an exciting opportunity for a proactive, successful fundraising specialist with a growth mindset and a customer-centric approach, and who will be responsible for driving a high-performance culture of accountability in teams.

You will bring significant lengthy experience of planning, executing and evaluating fundraising programmes, recommending investment plans and overseeing budgets, KPIs and ensuring decision-making based on data and analytics.

You will be an expert networker and relationship builder, and eager to build the organisation’s brand across the island of Ireland. You will contribute at a strategic level to the global Oxfam confederation and enjoy peer relationships across the 20 affiliates and many countries and regions


How to apply
We are engaging with a specialist recruitment agency for this role and therefore any interested parties should visit https://www.darylupsall.com/recruitment/current-vacancies/ and follow the instructions to submit your CV. You will also find more detailed information including the full job description at the link above.

Oxfam Ireland reserves the right to enhance criteria to facilitate shortlisting

Oxfam Ireland is an equal opportunities employer

Daryl Upsall Consulting are acting as a recruitment partner to Oxfam Ireland in the recruitment for this role
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DSMSSG/19Deputy Shop Manager / St Stephens Green Dublin27/11/201911/12/2019 12:00Job Details
Contract: 9 months fixed term contract  
Hours: 20 hours per week

Oxfam is a global movement of people working together to end the injustice of poverty.

About Six 4 Good

Six 4 Good is a unique fashion collaboration between Oxfam Ireland and SIX – Look good, do good. Six 4 Good is an accessories and jewellery shop with a difference. All of the brand-new items on sale in-store have been generously donated to Oxfam Ireland by SIX (a Beeline brand) to help raise vital funds for people in extreme poverty worldwide.

The Role
Oxfam Ireland is looking for a Deputy Shop Manager to join our Six 4 Good shop in St. Stephens Green, Dublin. Working under the direction of the Shop Manager, the Deputy Shop Manager will be responsible for sales and profit at the shop, customer service, store operations and supervising a team. The Deputy Shop Manager will also be responsible for achieving retail targets by driving sales and delivering excellent customer service to customers.

Our next Deputy Shop Manager will require a range of skills and experience:
  • Minimum of 1-year experience in a similar fashion retail environment
  • Demonstrable experience of key holder, cash handling and following financial procedures
  • Previous experience of sales, trend awareness, visual merchandising and attention to detail
How to apply
For more detailed information including the duties and responsibilities of the post please click on the job-related document(s) below. To apply for this position, please click on the “Apply/Resume” button and complete an online application.

Please note that only applications received through Oxfam Ireland website will be accepted

Should you be unable to submit your application online and would prefer an alternative method please contact our HR Team on 028 9023 0220 (NI) or 01 672 7662 (ROI)

Oxfam Ireland reserves the right to enhance criteria to facilitate shortlisting

Please note we may use this recruitment drive to fill other positions

Any offer of employment with Oxfam Ireland is subject to receipt of satisfactory references, right to work checks and anti-fraud and corruption screening

Oxfam Ireland is an equal opportunities employer
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SMBT/19Shop Manager / Blanchardstown02/12/201916/12/2019 12:00Job Details
Contract: Permanent
Hours: 40 per week 

Oxfam is a global movement of people working together to end the injustice of poverty

The Role

Oxfam Ireland is looking for a Shop Manager to join our brand-new charity shop in Blanchardstown. Someone who wants to do good, work with volunteers and make their shop part of the local community.
As the successful candidate, you will be responsible for recruiting, training, supervising and motivating a team of volunteers to ensure sales targets are met and profitability is maximised. You will ensure high standards of customer service, as well as overseeing product pricing and stock sourcing through donations. You will be responsible for managing budgets while maintaining statistical and financial records and be responsible for ensuring compliance with Health & Safety legislation, preparing promotional materials and displays and liaising with Head Office.

Our next Shop Manager will require a range of skills and experience:
  • Minimum 2 Years’ experience of retail management in a related sector
  • Proven track record of managing sales, budgets, P&L, rotas and recruitment
  • Previous experience of using product knowledge and trend awareness to generate sales
  • Using merchandising and social media to increase sales
  • Build a team and motivate them to achieve sales
How to apply
For more detailed information including the duties and responsibilities of the post please click on the job-related document(s) below. To apply for this position, please click on the “Apply/Resume” button and complete an online application.

Please note that only applications received through Oxfam Ireland website will be accepted

Should you be unable to submit your application online and would prefer an alternative method please contact our HR Team on 028 9023 0220 (NI) or 01 672 7662 (ROI)

Oxfam Ireland reserves the right to enhance criteria to facilitate shortlisting

Please note we may use this recruitment drive to fill other positions

Any offer of employment with Oxfam Ireland is subject to receipt of satisfactory references, right to work checks, Access NI background checks and anti-fraud and corruption screening

Oxfam Ireland is an equal opportunities employer
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CD2/19Campaigner / Dublin01/02/201931/12/2019 00:00Job Details
Oxfam is a global movement of people who won’t live with the injustice of poverty.

This is an exciting opportunity to join our Campaigner Team, who are an integral part of our work towards a just world without poverty. You’ll work on street, at private sites, and at music festivals and events.

The post will involve:
  • Engaging new supporters on Oxfam's mission and campaigning goals, securing petitions and inspiring new supporters to take campaign actions and support Oxfam’s work
  • Representing Oxfam Ireland in a friendly, courteous and professional manner at all times.
  • Informing and engaging the Irish public about the crucial work that Oxfam Ireland is carrying out

The successful candidate will have:
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and very strong spoken English.
  • A passion for Oxfam Ireland’s work and knowledge of emergency/developmental aid issues is beneficial though non-essential.
  • An outgoing tenacious personality, enjoy interacting with members of the public and working outdoors within a team dynamic.
  • A target driven personality, with a drive to succeed
  • Ability to represent Oxfam as an exceptional ambassador at all times
Rate of pay: €12 an hour

To apply, please send CV and cover letter to IRL-fundraisers@oxfam.org

Should you be unable to submit your application online and would prefer an alternative method please contact our the HR Team on 028 9023 0220 (NI)  or 01 672 7662 (ROI)
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FWI/19Fundraiser / West of Ireland12/03/201931/12/2019 00:00Job Details
Door-to-door Fundraiser (West of Ireland)

Oxfam is a global movement of people who won’t live with the injustice of poverty, and we’re looking for new members for our Fundraiser team!

Direct Dialogue fundraising is currently playing a very important role in enabling Oxfam Ireland to beat poverty.

Job purpose: Direct Dialogue fundraising is currently playing a very important role in enabling Oxfam Ireland to achieve our fundraising targets, and allowing us to maximise the benefits for those most in need.

The post will involve:
  • Recruiting donors door to door to support Oxfam Ireland through direct debit regular gifts.
  • Informing, inspiring and engaging the Irish public about the crucial work Oxfam Ireland is carrying out.
  • Representing Oxfam Ireland always in a friendly, courteous and professional manner at all times, and abiding by the fundraising code of conduct and established protocols.
The successful candidate will have:
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with an ability to engage and inspire, and very strong spoken English.
  • A passion for Oxfam Ireland's work, knowledge of emergency/developmental aid issues is beneficial also though non essential.
  • An outgoing personality, enjoy interacting with members of the public and working outdoors within a team dynamic.
  • Experience within direct dialogue is a definite advantage, though non essential as full training is provided.
Rate of pay: €11.11 per hour for first 20 training shifts, €13.13 - €15.15 per hour after first 20 training shifts and in addition, performance related pay.

To apply, please send CV and cover letter to IRL-fundraisers@oxfam.org

Should you be unable to submit your application online and would prefer an alternative method please contact our the HR Team on 028 9023 0220 (NI)  or 01 672 7662 (ROI)
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SMB3/19Shop Manager / Bangor (Co. Down, Northern Ireland)29/11/201916/12/2019 12:00Job Details
Contract: Permanent
Hours: 32 per week over 4 days

Oxfam is a global movement of people working together to end the injustice of poverty

The Role

Oxfam Ireland is looking for a Shop Manager to join our charity shop in Bangor (Co. Down, Northern Ireland). Someone who wants to do good, work with volunteers and make their shop part of the local community.
As the successful candidate, you will be responsible for recruiting, training, supervising and motivating a team of volunteers to ensure sales targets are met and profitability is maximised. You will ensure high standards of customer service, as well as overseeing product pricing and stock sourcing through donations. You will be responsible for managing budgets while maintaining statistical and financial records and be responsible for ensuring compliance with Health & Safety legislation, preparing promotional materials and displays and liaising with Head Office.

Our next Shop Manager will require a range of skills and experience:
  • Demonstrable experience of retail management to include:
    • Budget and sales analysis
    • Product knowledge and awareness of market trends
    • Merchandising
  • Experience of staff management and motivating teams in order to achieve sales
How to apply
For more detailed information including the duties and responsibilities of the post please click on the job-related document(s) below. To apply for this position, please click on the “Apply/Resume” button and complete an online application.

Please note that only applications received through Oxfam Ireland website will be accepted

Previous applicants need not apply

Should you be unable to submit your application online and would prefer an alternative method please contact our HR Team on 028 9023 0220 (NI) or 01 672 7662 (ROI)

Oxfam Ireland reserves the right to enhance criteria to facilitate shortlisting

Please note we may use this recruitment drive to fill other positions

Any offer of employment with Oxfam Ireland is subject to receipt of satisfactory references, right to work checks, Access NI background checks and anti-fraud and corruption screening

Oxfam Ireland is an equal opportunities employer
Resume / Apply
DDFD2/19Fundraiser / Dublin01/02/201931/12/2019 00:00Job Details
Door-to-door Fundraiser (Dublin)

Oxfam is a global movement of people who won’t live with the injustice of poverty, and we’re looking for new members for our Fundraiser team!

Direct Dialogue fundraising is currently playing a very important role in enabling Oxfam Ireland to beat poverty.

Job purpose: Direct Dialogue fundraising is currently playing a very important role in enabling Oxfam Ireland to achieve our fundraising targets, and allowing us to maximise the benefits for those most in need.

The post will involve:
  • Recruiting donors door to door to support Oxfam Ireland through direct debit regular gifts.
  • Informing, inspiring and engaging the Irish public about the crucial work Oxfam Ireland is carrying out.
  • Representing Oxfam Ireland always in a friendly, courteous and professional manner at all times, and abiding by the fundraising code of conduct and established protocols.
The successful candidate will have:
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with an ability to engage and inspire, and very strong spoken English.
  • A passion for Oxfam Ireland's work, knowledge of emergency/developmental aid issues is beneficial also though non essential.
  • An outgoing personality, enjoy interacting with members of the public and working outdoors within a team dynamic.
  • Experience within direct dialogue is a definite advantage, though non essential as full training is provided.
Rate of pay: €13.13 - €15.15 an hour

To apply, please send CV and cover letter to IRL-fundraisers@oxfam.org

Should you be unable to submit your application online and would prefer an alternative method please contact our the HR Team on 028 9023 0220 (NI)  or 01 672 7662 (ROI)
Resume / Apply