Career Opportunities With Amnesty International Ireland

Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities at Amnesty International Irish Section. As the world’s largest human rights organisation, Amnesty International plays a crucial role in the articulation of human rights aspirations, principles and standards. Key to its influence is sound, timely and impartial action on human rights issues across the world’s regions. Amnesty International Irish Section offers a friendly, busy and productive working environment. And when you work with Amnesty International, you’ll be actively contributing to our fight against human injustice across the world.

Listed below are the vacancies, volunteering and internship positions for which Amnesty International Irish section is currently recruiting.

We do not have the capacity to hold speculative applications, so we ask interested candidates to submit an application for each position for which you would like to be considered.

You can find out more information about the general benefits for employees of Amnesty International Ireland's head office and the existing salary bands. This information was correct as of March 2013 and was published in the interests of transparency and to ensure accountability to our members.

Vacancies

Communications Manager

Telemarketing Officer

Direct Dialogue Fundraiser  


Become an Intern

There are no internship opportunities at present.

Our interns play a critical role in helping us achieve human rights impact. The Irish Section intern programme offers work experience for those interested in a career in human rights. Interns form an integral part of our operations, as they bring experience, ideas and a fresh perspective and support and complement the work of paid staff.

Internships are a great way to get hands on experience in certain areas, or on issues that you’re passionate about.

Days and hours are flexible - however interns are required to be in the office for at least 20 hours per week. Interns need to commit to 3-6 months. 

Internships are unpaid. However, Amnesty will pay you a small amount for days you are in the office to cover transport and lunch costs.

The nature of internships means that placements are only offered for defined periods; if you are interested in an ongoing role with Amnesty International Ireland, please visit our volunteering page.

When positions are available they will be advertised on our Internships page.

Due to the high number of applications we receive, we regret that we are unable to answer individual queries in relation to internship opportunities or on the progress of individual applications - please assume that if you have not been contacted within 6 weeks after the closing date that your application has been unsuccessful.

(Please note only applications accompanied by the completed application form and CV will considered).

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