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Jobs and Internships
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Current Vacancies

Communications Officer

Based at: Green Party Head Office & Leinster House, Dublin 2.

Remuneration: €33,000 per annum

Closing Date: Sunday, 18th August 2019

Interviews: 29th/30th August 2019

Main purpose of the role: This role will involve working as part of the Communications Team of the Green Party. We need someone with graphic design and video experience to support our mission and spread the Green message. While graphic and video experience is essential, we are also looking for someone who has a broad range of skills and is highly flexible and adaptable to a fast-paced working environment. The right person must also be willing to perform key tasks in other areas including social media, press engagement, internal communication, event management, and training.

Detailed Job Description and Person Specification: Available here.

How to apply

Please email, in .pdf format only:

  1. A cover letter (max one page)
  2. A CV (max two pages)
  3. Your portfolio or at least two samples of your original creative multimedia design creation (video or graphic)

to jobs@greenparty.ie before midnight on Sunday 18th August 2019.

Administrative Officer

Based at: Green Party Head Office & Leinster House, Dublin 2.

Remuneration: €32,000 per annum

Closing Date: Sunday, 18th August 2019

Interviews: 3rd/4th September 2019

Main purpose of the role: Based at reception, performing front of organisation duties, office management and administration duties, membership administration and other key functions as part of the Green Party Head Office Team.

Detailed Job Description and Person Specification: Available here.

How to apply

Please email, in .pdf format only, a one-page Cover Letter and maximum two-page CV to jobs@greenparty.ie before midnight on Sunday 18th August 2019.

 

Internships

From time to time, the Green Party will facilitate internships in our Head Office, or in Leinster House.

Internship Policy

The Green Party follows three principles when it comes to interns:

  1. Interns should be compensated for their work. This means that when we take on an intern, they either must be benefiting in terms of gaining an academic credit for their time here, or they go onto our payroll as a temporary employee.
  2. Interns should gain a rounded experience of the work of the Green Party, its staff and its representatives. Intern work can sometimes involve more basic office tasks, but it shouldn’t always be this way. We will try to provide interns with a varied experience – including time in Leinster House, time with Councillors or time with Members/Volunteers.
  3. When and internship is finished, interns should be able to point to something to say ‘I did that’ or ‘I contributed to this’. We prefer interns to have something meaningful to put on their CV.

Current Internship Vacancies

We have no open internship spaces at present.