We’re very proud of what we achieved for the youth sector in the exceptional year that was 2020. With our members, we’ve worked hard to make sure youth work is recognised and valued; to build knowledge, skills and capacity throughout the sector; to influence public policy and to highlight youth work and youth issues on a national level.
Are you passionate about using digital for good? We're hiring a Digital Communications Officer. You will be central to the delivery and execution of NYCI’s new digital strategy, supporting the development, distribution and measurement of strategic, effective digital promotions and communications to support our work.
NYCI are working with the Union of Students in Ireland to conduct research the views of young people aged 17 – 25 years living in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland on their experiences of obtaining motor insurance.
The National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI) is seeking a Youth Participation Project Officer to increase the engagement of youth workers and young people in our European youth participation initiatives.
The National Youth Council of Ireland National Youth Health Programme is recruiting a Health Promotion Officer to contribute to the development and roll out of the Programme’s strategic plan in line with NYCI’s strategic plan and national policy.