Careers

GDPR Seminar

Dear NGB,

Information attached will be of interest to yourselves and to clubs in your area, any other questions please don’t hesitate to contact me.

The EU are bringing into force a new regulation on data protection called GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations), which is coming into effect on the 25th May 2018. The GDPR strengthens individual’s rights in respect to their personal data that any organisation may hold on them. This will not only affect businesses, but also voluntary bodies, community groups and sporting organisations.

To help clubs/groups prepare for how this may affect them, South Dublin County Sports Partnerships, South Dublin Volunteer Centre, Dun Laoghaire Rathdown and Dublin City Sport & Wellbeing Partnership are hosting two practical information seminars.

  • Monday, 16th of April at 7pm in Red Cow Moran Hotel, Naas Road, Dublin 22
  • Monday, 30th of April from 6:30pm in The Wood Quay Venue (Behind Dublin City Council Civic Offices)

The regulation will be enforced from May 2018 and the transition period is now. This is your chance to find out the facts about how the GDPR will affect your club/group and the simple steps you can take to get started on the path to being GDPR compliant.

The seminar will address:

  • An overview of the Data Protection legislation
  • Specific changes arising from GDPR
  • Impact to sports clubs
  • Tools and supports available

Of particular interest to the person in the club/group responsible for managing membership information, admission is free, but places are limited and must be pre-registered. To get your ticket please follow the links below.

Monday 16th of April https://gdprinformationseminar2018.eventbrite.ie

Monday 30th of April https://dcswp.eventbrite.ie

DCSWP GDPR 2018

GDPR Flyer SDCSP

Kind Regards

Robert Abbey

Clerical Officer | Dublin City Sport & Wellbeing Partnership | Community, Culture, Economic and Emergency Services | Dublin City Council |
Floor 4, 3 Palace Street, Dublin 2

*  Robert.Abbey@DublinCity.ie | T: 01 222 5025 | W: www.dublincity.ie

Exciting times – Clonmel Hub Coordinator Role

Tipperary Sports Partnership & Canoeing Ireland

Clonmel Hub Coordinator/Canoeing officer

(5 days a week, one year contract)

Canoeing Ireland and Tipperary Sports Partnership are seeking a Sports Hub Coordinator / Canoeing Project Officer.  This post will be integral to the development and implementation of a comprehensive plan to promote, attract and develop sustainable usage of the Outdoor Community Sports Hub on the River Suir in Tipperary and canoeing nationally.

The ideal candidate will have canoeing and a participation background, with knowledge of sport in Ireland and at least 3 years’ relevant experience.

Contract Type: 1 Year full time

Salary: €30,649

Location: Tipperary Sports Partnership Offices, Ballingarrane House, Cahir Road, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary,

Interested applicants should send a CV outlining your qualifications and experience, a letter outlining your suitability and match to the requirements, together with the names and contact details of two people (Relatives or friends will not be accepted) who can comment on your suitability for this position (including your current or most recent employer). Referees will not be contacted without your permission.

Applicants should be sent to development@canoe.ie or by post to Canoeing Ireland, Irish Sport HQ, National Sports Campus, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15.

Closing date: 5pm on Friday 2nd February 2018

Canoeing Ireland is an equal opportunities employer and all applications will be treated in strictest confidence.

Successful candidates will only be offered the position subject to satisfactory Garda Vetting and completion of Safeguarding requirements.

Hub Coordinator – Canoeing Officer Job Advert 2018

Notice of appointment as Interim CEO

Canoeing Ireland is delighted to announce the appointment by the Board, of Paddy Boyd, as Interim CEO. Nominated by Sport Ireland for the position, Paddy was CEO of Irish Sailing for 16 years up to 2004 and served as Executive Director of Sail Canada for six and a half years until his return to Ireland last year. He has had an accomplished career in top sport management positions and we look forward to availing of his expertise to guide and lead our sport towards a successful and sustainable future.

Credit: www.afloat.ie

Canoeing Ireland Training Centre Staff Panel 2017

Canoeing Ireland Training Centre are looking for fun, enthusiastic and eager instructors to work  over the summer months in Strawberry Beds, Chapelizod.

We will be running courses from Summer camps to Adult skills so plenty of opportunity to work, log hours and gain valuable experience.

Any queries on these positions can be forwarded on to training@canoe.ie.

If you would like to be put on the panel for work for the 2017 season, please click on the link below:

https://goo.gl/forms/7dTF02L7JbYVBn3F2

Please forward this on to  anyone from the greater Dublin area who you think would be interested in the work.

 

Canoeing Ireland,

016251105