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Unpaid Internship: Project Coordinator


Unpaid Internship: Project Coordinator

Eire Dialogue


At a Glance

  • Start Date:01/03/2022
  • End Date:01/06/2022
  • Closing date:02/06/2022
  • Post Updated:05/04/2022
  • Min Hours:12
  • Role Type:Community Development

Requirements:Volunteers will be required to work autonomously and take responsibility for managing projects and to work well as part of a team 


Eire Dialogue is seeking a Project Coordinator for a varied and stimulating role at this dynamic dialogue organisation. In line with the organisation’s conviction of the importance of the connection of theory and practice in this field, you will have responsibilities in both areas. 

In your capacity as Project Coordinator you will be expected to organise grassroots dialogue projects, potentially including community gatherings, public discussion forums and/or educational dialogue projects. You will be expected to support colleagues in the organisation and delivery of others. 

Job Description: Your role will also include:

-Drafting documents and publicity materials 

-Assisting with the editing of documents and corporate material 

-Lead various projects  

-Website Content and Social Media  

Person Specification: To be suitable for the role you will need: 

-Strong skills in written and oral communication 

-Strong research skills and time management skills 

-An open mind and non-judgemental attitude 

-A strong interest in the meaning, mechanics and potential of dialogue 

-A commitment to finding effective ways to help build a more connected and resilient society 

-At least a good undergraduate degree, preferably in social science, peace studies, religious studies, anthropology, politics or another relevant field 

-Competency in IT (word processing, spread sheets etc) 

-Some experience in facilitating or participating in community dialogue 

We take particular care to provide work experience that helps develop:

-Interpersonal skills 

-Communication skills and team working skills 

-Organisational skills 

-Research skills and drafting skills 

We enable volunteers to: 

-Build self-confidence, self-esteem and enhance skill set

-Broaden their network

-Develop CV's, gain good references and support 

-Improve job prospect and employability 

-Understand and learn about other faiths and cultures in Ireland 

A short introduction of Eire Dialogue:

Eire Dialogue is established in Dublin in 2010 and is a sister charity of Dialogue Society, with the aim of advancing social cohesion by connecting communities, empowering people to engage and contributing to the development of ideas on dialogue and community building. It does this by bringing people together through discussion forums, courses, capacity building publications and outreach. It operates nation-wide with regional branches across Ireland. It was founded by Irish Muslims of multi cultural backgrounds inspired by the teachings and example of Muslim scholar and peace advocate Fethullah Gülen. Eire Dialogue is not a religious or ethnic organisation. It aims to facilitate dialogue on a whole range of social issues, regardless of any particular faith or religion. It stands for democracy, human rights, the non-instrumentalisation of religion in politics, equality and freedom of speech. 

Pay: Unpaid Internship 

Interviews: 1st March to 1st April 2022 

Internship start date: 1st March 2022

Unpaid Internship:

Eire Dialogue is currently offering volunteering placement opportunities for candidates from all backgrounds and interests. We provide a unique, dynamic and stimulating work experience where volunteers are encouraged to plan, build and deliver their own projects whilst contributing to other ongoing projects and tasks. 

Is training provided?: Yes

Details of time commitment needed for role:
Attend team meetings every Saturday at 10am-11am.

Minimum time commitment per week:
10+ hour p/week


If you have any questions about this role please feel free to get in touch:

Name: Afra Nur Doludizgin

Address: Eire Dialogue, 16 Churchwell Ct, Grange, Dublin


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