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Job Vacancy: Production And Office Manager (Maternity Cover)


The Irish Architecture Foundation (IAF) is seeking a dynamic, experienced and highly motivated Production and Office Manager (Maternity Cover) to join our team.

Our vision is a future where architecture is a civic right, fundamental to the fabric of life, culture and history, and is a confident expression of who we are and who we might become.

The Production and Office Manager (Maternity Cover) will have responsibility for the management of the company finances, to implement and secure a robust financial management system, to align these financial systems with the program delivery, which will include budgeting and production plans. Intersecting with financial management the person will also have responsibility for core aspects of programme.

This is an incredible opportunity to join a team of dedicated, creative people all sharing a mutual passion for architecture, art, design and its intersection with the public. In a few short years, we have situated architecture firmly within the cultural context, popularised it through Open House Dublin, inspired young minds through our schools programme, encouraged people to think differently about their cities and towns, and enhanced the practice of architecture through mutually beneficial exchanges between architects and the public.

The position of Production and Office Manager is at the very core of our operations and our implementation plan. The Production and Office Manager will support the Director of the Irish Architecture Foundation in the delivery of engaging and broad ranging programmes that bring people together from diverse backgrounds and disciplines.

If you see yourself as an effective entrepreneurial multi-tasker who has at least three years relevant experience in a similar cultural not-for-profit environment you should consider this opportunity.


Full Job Description Available Here

Deadline for submission of applications: Thursday 30th September, 5pm