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Video : Éamon de Valera launches RTE Telefís 1961 but warns of dangers

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Video : President Éamon de Valera discusses the Gaelic League and James Connolly on the steps of Áras an Uachtaráin 1962 . De Valera says James Connolly who was a member of the Gaelic League and was learning the Irish Language was "intensely nationalistic . he told me so"
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Interview with Cavan Priest cautioned by Gardai over public mass

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Interview with Fr P.J. Hughes, Parish Priest at Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Mullahoran , Co Cavan , who was cautioned by Gardai for celebrating Sunday Mass in public and told he would face prosecution under Covid-19 regulations if he continued . Fr Hughes said Gardai arrived
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Employment Opportunity – DCU Education & Gaelic Games Development Officer

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Employment Opportunity – DCU Education & Gaelic Games Development Officer

Home Employment Opportunity DCU Education & Gaelic Games Development Officer

June 3rd, 2021


DCU Education & Gaelic Games Development Officer

Cumann Lthchleas Gael GAA is Irelands leading sporting and cultural organisation with membership approaching one million people and in excess of 500,000 playing participants at all levels. Inspired by its amateur status and supported by the voluntary efforts of all its members, the GAA devotes its entire resources to the development of Gaelic Games and Culture nationally and in local communities.

Comhairle Laighean, the Leinster Council of the GAA, was established in 1900 and is the oldest of the GAAs Provincial Councils. Working in tandem with the GAAs Central Council and the office of the GAA Ard Stirthir in Croke Park, it is responsible for the promotion of Gaelic Games in the more than 800 GAA Clubs which exist across the 12 Counties of Leinster.

Role overview:

The DCU Education & Gaelic Games Development Officer will develop and co-ordinate the implementation of a sports development programme for the promotion of Gaelic Games at Dublin City University and maintain the historic links between the GAA, Leinster Council GAA Comhairle Laighean CLG and DCU.

The DCU Education & Gaelic Games Development Officer will be responsible for the development of Gaelic Games across DCU and will work with students, prospective students, coaching staff and other external stakeholders.

Contract: 3 year fixed term contract, to commence in August 2021. The successful candidate will be an employee of Leinster GAA.

Reports to: The role holder will report directly on a day-to-day basis to the DCU Head of Gaelic Games. The role holder will also have a secondary reporting relationship with the Secretary of Leinster Council GAA or his/her nominee, and the GAA Director of Coaching & Games Development.

Location: The role holders office space will be based at the DCU St. Patricks Campus, however the role holder will have a cross campus remit and so will also be required to perform duties at the DCU Glasnevin Campus. The role holder will also occasionally engage in activities on behalf of DCU and Leinster Council GAA at other locations off campus.

Hours: The post is full-time, 39 hours per week. Attendance at weekends and events may be required, in line with operational needs.

Salary: Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Experience and Skills:

The successful candidate shall have:

Qualifications:

Essential

Desirable

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