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Chief Finance Officer

  • Permanent
  • 5 days per week, Monday-Friday, with flexibility given the role
  • £60,000- £70,000 depending on experience

Reporting to the CEO, the The Chief Finance Officer (CFO) will oversee all the daily operational and administrative functions, enabling the seamless support to and execution of the main areas of the charity: Community, Culture & Commercial. The duties include compiling the company financial reports, implementing business strategies, and optimising the organisation’s operational capabilities. The CFO will provide strategic input into the future direction and development of the charity, as it embarks on a major, once in a generation redevelopment.

The CFO will deputise for the CEO and will be a source of leadership, guidance, and advice to all staff. The CFO would be the main contact point for professional services firms and day to day supplier and customer contracts. A self-starter, with a proven track record of leadership, delivery and achievement, the role operates in an environment which has diverse activities, and which requires a structured and process led approach combined with flexibility. The charity has a diverse range of stakeholders and given the seniority of the role, it requires strong communication and presentation skills.

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Senior Fundraising Manager

  • Permanent
  • 5 days- 9am- 5pm (flexibility due to the nature of the role)
  • £45,000- £50,000 depending on experience

This is an amazing opportunity to drive and deliver the London Irish Centre’s ambitious fundraising strategy to help the charity to deliver its new and ambitious organisational strategy to empower and enrich even more lives through Irish Community and Culture.

The London Irish Centre has a strong track record of generating income through grant-makers, trusts, and other donors and sponsors, but we have never thoroughly explored other fundraising activities. Supported by the Creative Director and Marketing & Communications Manager, you will design and implement a fundraising strategy that will see us grow our non-grant fundraising revenue from £300k to £1.5m over the next five years, whilst maintaining our existing statutory and grant income of £1m per year. The key responsibility of this senior role will be to design and deliver the LIC’s Fundraising and Income Generation Strategy 2023-27. This is an excellent opportunity for an ambitious candidate with a proven track record in fundraising, to join a high-profile charity and lead on its fundraising strategy and growth.

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Health Navigator

  • Permanent
  • 5 days (35 hours) per week (usually Monday-Friday, 9-5 with occasional evening/weekend work for which TOIL will be given)
  • £30,000- £35,000 depending on experience

The London Irish Centre (LIC) Community Services seeks to make a real difference to people’s lives through the provision of information & advice, activities & groups and support services. We work to help our community achieve positive goals and improve wellbeing, connection and resilience using a strengths-based and person-centred approach.

This diverse and exciting role will focus on optimising physical health and enhancing mental wellbeing across the London Irish Centre community through a variety of platforms and means. They will provide culturally sensitive support to those who are experiencing physical or mental health issues and work closely and collaboratively with statutory, community and voluntary sector services.

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The deadline for applications is 9am, Monday 19th December 2022.


Support Officer

  • Permanent
  • 5 days (35 hours) per week (usually Monday-Friday, 9-5 occasionally flexibility may be required)
  • £24,000 to £30,000 per annum, depending on experience

The London Irish Centre (LIC) Information and Advice service seeks to make a real difference to people’s lives through the provision of welfare benefits, housing and culturally sensitive support. We work to help our community achieve positive goals and improve wellbeing, connection and resilience using a strengths-based and person-centred approach.

With this new role we plan to extend our offer to provide wrap around support to the people we work with through a support service. We will help people with practical needs, with navigating life challenges, to achieve goals and aspirations and those with physical and mental health issues and complex needs in accessing appropriate support.

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The deadline for applications is 9am, Monday 5th December 2022.


Operations Assistant

  • Permanent
  • 5 days (35 hours) per week (usually Monday-Friday, 9-5)
  • £21,749 per annum

We are looking for someone at the early stage of their career, who has excellent people skills and is organised, keen to learn and enjoys supporting others. Interest in working in an arts/cultural venue would be beneficial. The successful candidate will provide core administrative support, in areas such as Finance, HR and Operations, across the charity’s various functions: Arts, Culture and Education, Events, Information & Advice, Community Development and Commercial Hires.

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The deadline for applications is 9am, Monday 12th December 2022.


Receptionist

  • Permanent
  • 5 days (35 hours) per week (usually Monday-Friday, 9-5), flexibility may be required
  • £21,749 per annum

The London Irish Centre provides diverse services to the Irish Community in London but with an open-door policy we offer a warm and inclusive welcome to all. Our centre is a hub of community and cultural activities, as well as a space for events and
social connection.

Our mission is to empower and enrich people’s lives through Irish culture and community. We do so through our accredited Information & Advice service, our Community Development activities and groups, Cultural Events, Heritage and Educational offering and our Café/Bar and Venue.

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Casual Event & Bar Staff

  • Fixed term
  • 0-hour contract
  • £11.05 p/h

Are you great with people and looking for a casual role in an exciting venue where no two days are the same? We are looking to build an enthusiastic, warm and friendly team to support the running of our cultural, community and commercial events.

Based in Camden since 1955, our charity has empowered and enriched lives, through times of struggle and celebration. Ireland is often referred to as the land of a thousand welcomes, and as the Irish Heart of London we bring that warmth to everything we do.

Alongside the vital support services delivered by our charity, our venue is a place to experience the very best of Irish culture in all its diversity. From traditional music to contemporary theatre, emerging comedians and established writers, our rich cultural programme reaches almost 20,000 people a year.

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We offer a variety of benefits, including:

  • Cycle to work scheme *
  • Tech scheme *
  • Eyesight tests and corrective glasses
  • Jury Duty leave pay
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Enhanced sick pay
  • Enhanced maternity and adoption leave pay *
  • Comp tickets to LIC core cultural programmed events
  • 50% discount on LIC education courses
  • 20% staff discount at the LIC shop
  • 10% staff discount at the LIC bar
  • Mindfulness App membership

*dependent on length of service

We actively encourage applications from diverse backgrounds, communities and industries, and are committed to having a team that is made up of diverse skills, experiences and abilities. We encourage BAME and disabled applicants and value the positive impact that difference has on our teams. We are committed to equality and diversity within our workforce and all opportunities provided by the LIC. Whilst our offices have some barriers to access, we are taking steps to resolve these, and in the meantime continue to encourage interest from applicants who require reasonable adjustments within the workplace.

If you would like further information or support with access requirements for your application, including requiring an Application Pack in an alternative format, please contact us at [email protected].

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