One week per placement throughout the Academic year.
33 Lower Ormond Quay
UNICEF has been helping children for over 60 years and has saved more children’s lives than any other organisation in the world. We have the history and the experience to overcome obstacles like politics and poverty—even war—which can stand in the way of helping a child survive. While we could never do it alone, we are often the ones who reach children in need after everyone else has given up.
Every moment of every day, UNICEF is on the ground providing lifesaving help for children in need. We provide families with clean water and sanitation, we vaccinate against childhood illness, and we help protect children against malaria. We provide nourishment to fight malnutrition, and we care for children affected by AIDS. Weprotect children from abuse, and we give them an education.
During the week students would perform a number of tasks supporting the UNICEF Ireland Fundraising team. The work is varied but would generally consist of supporting any live or upcoming campaigns or events, administration tasks such as compiling mail-outs, data entry, creation of contact lists for telemarketing, stock takes, filing, attending meetings with various members of the team and online research.
The role would be primarily based in the office at 33 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin 1. The hours would be between 10 and 3pm but we are flexible to accommodate any necessary travel arrangements or appointments.