Vacancies – Come work with us

Check out the latest vacancies in Children’s Health Foundation and find out more about how you could join our fundraising family.



About Our Organisation

The creation of Children’s Health Foundation in 2019 brought together the existing Temple Street Foundation and The Children’s Medical and Research Foundation Crumlin to continue to support Ireland’s sickest children in their treatment journey today, tomorrow and into the future.

Children’s Health Foundation raises funds to support the delivery of services for children’s and adolescent health needs in Children’s Health Ireland (CHI) the new paediatric healthcare system in Ireland, including research and innovation, patient and parent support, infrastructure and equipment and any other health services associated with CHI.

Our purpose as a leading charity is to give every sick child In Ireland the very best chance and we are looking for bold and ambitious professionals to join our incredible team to deliver on an ambitious growth strategy.

This is an incredible opportunity to be part of the team who raise vital, life-saving funds and support some 300,000 children and their families who attend CHI each year in need of world-class paediatric care; ensuring that patients have access to the very highest standards of care, world-class facilities and the most up-to-date research that will change young lives for the better.

Governance and Compliance Executive

About the Role

The Governance and Compliance Executive (GCE) will work with the Director of Finance & Operations (DFO) to ensure that CHF is fully compliant with all regulatory and relevant legislation, as well as managing the CHF risk register.

The GCE will provide advice and support with respect to all governance and compliance matters for the organisation. This is including but not limited to guidance on compliance in relation to the Charities Governance Code and Health & Safety Regulations. The GCE will also manage the relationship with the external agency appointed as Data Protection Officer for CHF to ensure the organisation complies with all GDPR requirements. Full details are available by clicking here.

About the ideal candidate

The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 2 years’ experience in a similar role and a legal or compliance background would be advantageous. They will also have excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills and the ability to engage at all levels.Candidates should apply by email to enclosing a CV and cover letter by 5pm Wednesday 24th February 2021.