The GDA is seeking applicants for a number of new roles as part of an emerging new Special Project function. 

The GDA’s mission is to transform Grangegorman into a vibrant community that encompasses a world class, integrated and inclusive education, health, and community campus. The GDA is now seeking to apply its accumulated knowledge and experience to other aligned national initiatives. To support this, the GDA is seeking to appoint a new team for Special Projects in the following roles:

  • Director of Special Projects
  • Communications Manager
  • Administration Manager

 

The closing date for applications for all roles is 5pm on Friday 10 May 2024

Full details on each role and their application procedures can be found below.

 

 

  • Director of Special Projects

    This is an exciting opportunity for a talented individual with a relevant background in design, engineering, project management, or construction to join a diverse public body to lead the augmentation of its existing project portfolio. The successful candidate will contribute to a dynamic and supportive environment and will be responsible for establishing a specific-purpose team to develop and subsequently manage new projects. The first initiative the individual will be responsible for is the management of GDA’s role in the Build Digital project, a leading innovation action within the overall Project Ireland 2040 strategy, that aims to ensure world class digital practices, which already exist in certain elements in the construction sector, are adopted throughout the industry and supply chain in order to increase competitiveness, sustainability and innovation for all actors in the construction sector. The role will be at Assistant Principal Higher level.

     

    Director of Special Projects Candidate’s Booklet

    Contact grangegorman@sigmar.ie to apply and for queries on this role.

     

     

     

  • Communications Manager

    The successful candidate will contribute to a dynamic and supportive environment and will be a key member of a specific-purpose team to develop and subsequently manage new projects. The first initiative the individual will be responsible for is the administrative management of GDA’s role in the Build Digital project, a leading innovation action within the overall Project Ireland 2040 strategy, that aims to ensure world class digital practices, which already exist in certain elements in the construction sector, are adopted throughout the industry and supply chain in order to increase competitiveness, sustainability and innovation for all actors in the construction sector. The role will at Higher Executive Officer level.

     

    Communications Manager – Candidate Booklet

    Contact recruitment@ggda.ie to apply and for queries on this role.

     

     

     

  • Administration Manager

    The successful candidate will contribute to a dynamic and supportive environment and will be a key member of a specific-purpose team to develop and subsequently manage new projects. The first initiative the individual will be responsible for is the administrative management of GDA’s role in the Build Digital project, a leading innovation action within the overall Project Ireland 2040 strategy, that aims to ensure world class digital practices, which already exist in certain elements in the construction sector, are adopted throughout the industry and supply chain in order to increase competitiveness, sustainability and innovation for all actors in the construction sector. The role will at Higher Executive Officer level.

     

    Administration Manager – Candidate Booklet

    Contact recruitment@ggda.ie to apply and for queries on this role.