Manager, FOI and Corporate Communications
Fáilte Ireland invites applications for the position of Manager, FOI & Corporate Communications.
All applicants must submit their CV and a completed application form (see below) to Leonie Gleeson of Alternatives at email@example.com who is managing this process.
Closing Date: Monday, 21st of February at 3.00pm (Ireland Time).
Interviews will take place on Tuesday, 8th of March 2022.
The role will report to the Head of Corporate Communications & Public Affairs. There will be a Hybrid work model with the office location based in Fáilte Ireland, 88-95 Amiens Street, Dublin 1, however, in line with current Government guidance, it is likely that the successful candidate will commence in this role while working from home.
Fáilte Ireland (The National Tourism Development Authority) is the State organisation responsible for promoting and supporting the development of tourism as a key driver of economic growth in Ireland. It provides strategic leadership and a range of practical business solutions to foster competitive tourism enterprise, encourage innovation and support policy formulation to help position and sustain Ireland as an attractive and compelling visitor destination.
Fáilte Ireland is an equal opportunities employer.
Job Title: Manager, FOI & Corporate Communications
Job Ref: HR/ES/30
Location: Hybrid work model with office location based in Dublin
Business Unit: Corporate Communications & Public Affairs
Salary: €57,992 - €92,235*
*The successful candidate will commence on the 1st point of the salary scale in line with current Government pay policy.
Reporting to: Head of Corporate Communications & Public Affairs
To lead and manage the Information & Corporate Communications section within the Corporate Communications & Public Affairs Division. As Manager, the successful candidate will be responsible for the efficient delivery of Fáilte Ireland’s obligations under the Freedom of Information Act and Parliamentary Affairs service. The role is tasked with drafting, processing, and delivering a comprehensive and efficient Freedom of Information (FOI) and Parliamentary Affairs service which includes, but not limited to, answering and processing FOI requests from the media and public, internal FOI staff training, drafting and processing Parliamentary Questions from Oireachtas Members and a Department of Tourism liaison function. The role will also be required to contribute to strategic communications & public affairs leadership and provide senior level communications advice and inputs to the work of other Divisions as required. As a Manager in the Corporate Communications & Public Affairs division you will be required to lead on broader corporate communications initiatives such as communications strategy development, investment announcements and media responses.
In order to be eligible to apply for this role you must have / demonstrate in your application form the following:
A panel may be created from which future vacancies may be filled.