Strategy Development and Implementation
Programme Quality, Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting
Representation and Advocacy
Trócaire is committed to Safeguarding Programme Participants from Exploitation and Abuse and has specific policies on this commitment (including a Global Code of Conduct) which outlines the expected behaviour and the responsibility of all staff, consultants and other organisational representatives. Any candidate offered a job with Trócaire expect to sign Trócaire’s Safeguarding Policies and Global Code of Conduct as an appendix to their contract of employment and agree to conduct themselves in accordance with the provisions of these documents.
very competitive salary package and benefit13 months salary for every one year full servciesinsurance cover Medical allowancePaid leaves
Flexible working environmentGreat place to work for well beingTeams well being
On job learning opportunityExposure trip for international travelTraining and development Leadership and people management career opportunity
Trócaire is the official overseas development agency of the in Ireland. It was set up in 1973 to express the concern of the suffering of the world’s poorest and most oppressed people. Trócaire was given a dual mandate: to support long-term development projects overseas and to provide relief during emergencies; and at home to inform the Irish public about the root causes of poverty and injustice and mobilise the public to bring about global change. Trócaire opened its office in Myanmar only in 2008 after Cyclone Nargis. Before opening office, all its humanitarian and long term development programmes were implementing and managing from Maynooth office in Ireland. As an outcome of the organisational structure review in 2012, Trocaire has decided to have full country model in Myanmar and now it in place. Trócaire envisages a just world where people’s dignity is ensured, where rights are respected and basic needs are met; where there is equity in the sharing of resources and where people are free to be the authors of their own development.