Holocaust Education Trust Ireland (HETI) is a non-profit private charity founded in 2005. It is dedicated to educating and informing about the Holocaust, raising awareness about antisemitism and the danger of all forms of racism, while encouraging acceptance and respect for all people throughout Ireland. HETI delivers education programmes for teachers, schools and educators and organises public events that include the national Holocaust Memorial Day commemoration, exhibitions, lectures and other cultural projects.
Reporting to the Chairperson and the Board directly, the Director will take responsibility for the effective day to day running of the organisation. The role involves liaison with the Board on governance, the delivery of the strategy and the achievement of objectives. The successful candidate will lead a small but talented team, ensure quality education programmes, events and cultural projects are delivered whilst exercising financial prudence and work within the values and ethos of HETI. External representation is an important element of the post.
Third-Level Qualified, the successful candidate will be an ambitious, energetic and hardworking leader with an accomplished track record of hands-on strategic delivery. S/he will be capable of working at board level and have a thorough appreciation of the significance of the mission of HETI and its objectives. The appointee will possess a solid understanding of corporate governance together with the financial acumen, excellent communication and advocacy skills as well as the information technology skills required to fulfil this crucial role.
How To Apply
Candidates should write via Email, in strict confidence, to our retained executive search partners, Principal Connections, stating how they meet the above requirements, quoting Reference: HETI, and enclosing a detailed Curriculum Vitae and covering letter on or before 12 noon on Friday, June 22nd 2018.
Pat O’Donnell, Managing Partner
Principal Connections – Irish Arm of Agilium Worldwide LLC
95 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (Click APPLY)
Tel: +353 (0)1 703 88 88
Applicants must be eligible to live and work in the Republic of Ireland without restriction.
HETI is an equal opportunities employer.
A detailed briefing prospectus including job and person specification is available on request from suitably interested and qualified candidates.