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Carmichael are recruiting a Community Employment (CE) Scheme Supervisor (from 1 July 2019) to lead and supervise our CE project. The key responsibility of the CE Supervisor will be to ensure the effective and efficient direction of the human, financial and material resources of the CE Programme. Thereby, ensuring that the programme is being run in accordance with all the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection (DEASP) guidelines and is of maximum benefit to both participants and Carmichael. The Supervisor’s main remit is the ongoing recruitment, provision of training and overall responsibility for the Project and reporting to the CE Project Management Committee.

Carmichael Centre for Voluntary Groups, established in 1990, is a major support and service provider to Irish nonprofits and is located in North Brunswick Street, Dublin 7. Our long standing CE scheme is a valuable part of the services we provide to our 45 resident charities and to local nonprofits. We are looking to recruit an energetic and performance driven person to manage this important programme in the dynamic and varied environment of Carmichael.

Work experience/Qualifications:
– Must have 3 years previous direct supervisory experience in Administration, Project management and/or Training or other relevant position.
– Must have attained a Major Award at 3rd Level (QQI level 6 or higher) in Business/Financial, Administration, Training, Project Management, Community Development or a related discipline.

See link for details of the job description. This is a full-time (39 hours per week) position and the salary for this post is determined by the DEASP.

Apply by sending CV to the CEO at or by post to the CEO, Carmichael, 4 North Brunswick Street, Dublin D07 RHA8.

Closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday 29th of March.

To date 74 CEOs and managers of nonprofit organisations have benefited from the Carmichael Mentoring Programme. We are now launching the next round of the mentoring scheme.

Being the leader of an organisation can be tough anywhere but it is especially true in the nonprofit sector. The value of a mentor is having someone who can ask questions that clarify the situation and can help relieve the anxiety that builds when there is nowhere to articulate the doubts and concerns that the CEO may feel.

The purpose of the Carmichael Mentor scheme is to help meet with this need by using our panel of very experienced mentors who bring a range of skills, insights and backgrounds in a range of sector such as large corporate, SME, public sector and the nonprofit sector. Our mentors are volunteers and will provide confidential one-to-one advice and guidance.

This mentoring round is limited to 8 places and the service for successful applicants is free. If you wish to apply, please complete the short application form and submit to

Carmichael would also love to hear from people who may be interested in becoming a mentor for this programme.

For more information on the programme, please contact

The closing date for applications is by 5pm, Friday, 29th of March.

The programme is only available to those working in the nonprofit sector.

Charity Trustees’ Week aims to recognise and celebrate the key role which volunteer charity trustees play in the governance and leadership of charities across Ireland. Charity Trustees’ Week is organised by a steering committee which includes Boardmatch Ireland, Charities Institute Ireland, Carmichael, Charities Regulator, Dóchas, Volunteer Ireland and The Wheel.

For Charity Trustees’ Week, Carmichael will be hosting a number of workshops and events:

13th November – Board Roles and Responsibilities workshop

14th November – Introduction to Risk Management Webinar (Closed session.)

14th November – Carmichael Board Chairs’ Network event (Fully booked.)

15th November – The Role of the Company Secretary workshop Fully booked.)

15th November – Good Governance Awards Night (By invitation only.)

The list of events for the week is available to view

The Charities Regulator has published the Charities Governance Code which can be downloaded here. Further information can be found on