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Why work with us?

Our role is to transform the way we all use energy by moving to more efficient and clean sources, and by leading innovation in Ireland’s approach to energy. If you are interested in working in an organisation that has a real and measurable impact on tackling our climate challenges, then consider a career with SEAI.

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Current roles

Health & Safety and Facilities Manager

This position will play a key role in assisting the Finance Department in the delivery of combined services relating to Health & Safety and large- and small-scale facilities related measures. You will be expected to be available to travel to all SEAI office locations/basis as required. Full details of the key responsibilities, key knowledge and skills, experience and personal qualities required are set in the attached candidate information booklet.

5 Year Contract

Location: Dublin

Closing date for applications:12.00pm on Monday 29th April 2021.

SEAI invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for this role. Full details of the role are set out in this booklet.

 

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Programme Manager – Internal Audit and Risk

This position will play a key role in the Finance & Corporate Services Department. As Internal Audit and Risk Manager you will oversee and co-ordinate the internal audit function working closely with the out-sourced service provider. The role will work with all Departments across SEAI ensuring all internal audit recommendations are implemented. The role will also manage the Risk Management Strategy within SEAI ensuring both Risk Appetite and Registers are kept up to date and address key risks of the Organisation. The role will also review governance issues in a proactive way addressing concerns and identifying mitigating actions and controls. The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate that they hold a fully accredited professional qualification in Accountancy and a minimum of three years’ post qualification experience.Full details of the key responsibilities, key knowledge and skills, experience and personal qualities required are set in the attached candidate information booklet.

5 Year Contract

Location: Dublin

Closing date for applications:12.00pm on Monday 19th April 2021.

SEAI invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for this role. Full details of the role are set out in this booklet.

 

Download the candidate booklet