Bohemians v Waterford - FAI Cup Semi-Final

About Bohemian Football Club

Established in 1890, Dublin’s Bohemian Football Club, or Bohs, is one of the oldest clubs in Irish football. The club is 100% fan-owned club and aims to use football as a force for good in society. Rooted in a history of active citizenship, earlier this year the club launched a Football Social Responsibility Strategy to guide the development of our work in the communities around Dalymount Park in Phibsborough.

About The Spark

The Spark is a Pobal-funded initiative based in Dublin 7 that aims to enable local communities build local wealth through climate action. It’s the capacity-building element of the Bohemian Climate Cooperative, a unique, place-based and community-led initiative. Through The Spark, the Cooperative will inspire and empower the community via training programmes, after-school activities, and engagement with the green economy. Key prototypes such as a cooperative premises, a Green Skills Training Programme, a Bicycle Library, a Library of Things, an AfterSchool Climate Action Programme, and an Intergenerational Dialogue will be developed and implemented to catalyse community participation and build the capacity of the community to work as a cooperative. The Spark brings together numerous local and national entities such as Connecting Cabra, Cosybatter, the Football Association of Ireland, the Grangegorman Development Agency, Mountjoy Prison, the Neighbourhood Network, the Phibsboro Village Climate Club, Rothar, Stoneybatter Pride of Place, and the Technological University Dublin.

Role Summary

We are seeking a dynamic, resourceful, and motivated individual to join The Spark as a Project Coordinator. The Project Coordinator role is a key part of our team, enhancing operational efficiency and effectiveness by working in concert with the Project Manager to ensure the successful realization of the project’s goals. This is an excellent role for anyone looking to gain practical and rounded experience in mobilising community-led climate action.

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