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Exciting career opportunities open in Trinity College Dublin Corporate Services

Trinity Corporate Services comprises 12 functional areas that deliver high quality services to enable the university to achieve its mission

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Trinity Corporate Services is a commercially focused, customer-centric division that is central to Trinity’s enduring reputation as a university of global consequence.

 

Head of central events

Commercial Revenue Unit, 3 year fixed-term contract, full-time. Appointment will be made on the senior administrative officer 3, Schedule B salary scale at a point in line with Government Pay Policy [€80,968 to €103,815 per annum]. Closing Date is 12 noon (Irish Standard Time) Thursday, 10th January 2019.

Trinity seeks to appoint a head of central events to an exciting new business-facing role for the newly created Central Events and Enquiries Office. The Office will be responsible for income generation through the identification and servicing of external events commensurate with the values of the university. The objective of establishing a Central Events function is to improve efficiencies in the organising, marketing, selling, booking and managing of events and support academic and student initiatives internally and maximize the potential of business tourism for Trinity.

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HR project lead

Commercial Revenue Unit, specific-purpose contract (approximately 2 years). Appointment will be made on the administrative officer 1 salary scale, Schedule B (to the bar, points 1 -3) at a point in line with Government Pay Policy [€57,326 to €73,917 per annum], appointment will be made no higher than point 3. Closing Date is 12 noon (Irish Standard Time), Monday, 14th January 2019.

Trinity seeks to appoint a HR project lead who will join the management team of the Commercial Revenue Unit. The Commercial Revenue Unit (CRU) was formed in 2014 with the goal of maximising the commercial performance of Trinity’s rental property portfolio, branding and partnership programmes, accommodation units, catering outlets, corporate events, visitor attractions, local and international retail channels. CRU is expected and is well on the way to delivering over €30 million operating profit by 2020/21, which will represent a 2X increase over 2013 baseline performance. This profit is used to fund the teaching and research needs of the university.

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Portfolio manager – construction projects

Programme Management Office (PMO), 3 year fixed-term contract, full-time. Appointment will be made on the administrative officer 1 salary scale (full scale) at a point in line with Government Pay Policy [€57,326 to €89,905 per annum]. Closing date is 12 noon (Irish Standard Time), Friday 11th January 2019.

Trinity is seeking a portfolio manager to join their Programme Management Office. The office was set up three years ago to support the University and senior management with the introduction and implementation of a university wide capital projects governance process. The PMO portfolio managers will report into the director of the programme management office and will support them in the day to day activities of the office. 

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Portfolio manager – IT & business change projects

Programme Management Office (PMO), 3 year fixed-term contract, full-time. Appointment will be made on the administrative officer 1 salary scale (full scale) at a point in line with Government Pay Policy [€57,326 to €89,905 per annum]. Closing date is 12 noon (Irish Standard Time), Friday 11th January 2019.

Trinity is seeking a portfolio manager to join their Programme Management Office. The office was set up three years ago to support the University and senior management with the introduction and implementation of a university wide capital projects governance process. The PMO portfolio managers will report into the director of the Programme Management Office and will support them in the day to day activities of the office. 

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Trinity is an equal opportunities employer and we encourage applications from talented people of all backgrounds.