SAOL Project Administration Role The SAOL project is a community-based programme for women in treatment for drug addiction and trauma related to poverty, Domestic Sexual and Gender Based violence, Mental Health and systemic marginalization. The service works primarily with Women from the North Inner City of Dublin. The women who attend our project have arrived here as a result of psychosocial problems relating to their experiences and their addiction. The You Choose programme aims to create a positive meaningful change in the women’s lives through an integrated programme of education, rehabilitation, advocacy, childcare provision, progression and trauma informed supports which addresses quality of life for the women engaged in the programme. The project’s ethos is informed by respect for the dignity of each individual woman, their stories then, now and their future story. The SAOL Project wish to recruit a Senior Administrator on a Part Time Basis (10-15 hours per Week) SAOL require a person fully proficient in the following, someone who is willing to be a team member of a dynamic changing team in a busy Community Development Project dedicated to Feminist Principals. The successful candidate must have demonstrated experience in the following areas Experience in using:
Quickbooks Accounting Software
Collsoft Payroll Software
Review funding streams, calculate and journal various activities.
Quarterly and end of year multi-accounts review, reconciliation and budget update
Preparing for and working with auditor on company audit
Preparing overall and project specific budgets
Responsible for Financial Obligations to Funders
Responding to HSE general audit queries
Completing HSE annual financial monitoring return.
NICDTF financial returns.
Probation quarterly financial return and reconciliation.
Managing BRIO spend within probation main budget.
Pobal childcare income applications and four monthly returns.
Rethink Ireland returns
Management of smaller grants and their associated specific spend (e.g. CDYSB, UN Poverty Grant, Fitness for Work and Life, National Lottery, Community Spirit Award and others)
Management of sessional workers hours/payment; staff totals for holidays and attendance; insurance cover; CRO dealings; Charities Regulator dealings.
Must be a team player and be committed to the work of the SAOL Project.
Be adaptable and willing to respond to changing situations.
An ability to multitask and contribute to the work of the SAOL Project.
Be pleasant friendly and demonstrate a respectful warm interpersonal skill particularly in any dealings with the community of Women and Children the SAOL project works for.
The Senior Administrator will work as part of a team and is answerable to the Director and the Head of Services. Salary and or Hourly rate is dependent on experience. To apply please send Cover Letter and updated CV outlining your suitability for the role to Réidín Dunne Head of Services at firstname.lastname@example.org before 5 pm Friday 11th February 2021.
General Info Date Entered/Updated 24th Jan, 2022 Region Dublin Expiry Date 11th Feb, 2022