GEAI is now advertising a new post of Operations Manager.
We have an exciting opportunity for a dynamic and energetic team player with excellent leadership skills and management experience. GEAI is seeking an Operations Manager to manage the transition of GEAI to a Change Agency while sustaining and building on the successes of its existing active projects. These existing projects include leading a team of Volunteers in the design and delivery of various environmental projects, focusing on Climate Action and Biodiversity, renewable energy use and community development.
Deadline for applications: 14th August.
Good Energies Alliance Ireland (GEAI) is an environmental NGO founded in 2011 based in Leitrim. It wants a thriving and climate-resilient rural community, linking sustainability and well-being. It works to discuss the transition towards ecological sustainability, focusing on climate action and circular economy locally and nationally.
GEAI is also an European Solidarity Corps (ESC) coordinating organisation, hosting European volunteers in Ireland and acting as a supportive organisation for young Irish people who would like to volunteer abroad.
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Good Energies Alliance Ireland
Ballinaglera Community Hall
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