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Helium Arts seeks Project Manager for Fireflies Project (Maternity Leave Cover)

Helium Arts is seeking an experienced project manager to lead the Fireflies Project from the end of January 2017 to mid-June 2017. Fireflies is a 3 year artist in residence project in hospitals for teenagers living with illness and preparing to transition to adult services.

The project manager will oversee the smooth running of the project in Temple Street Hospital and facilitate establishment of the project in two other hospitals, working closely with Helium Arts’ artistic director, the artist and the key contacts in the hospitals. The role is estimated at approximately 20 days between January 2017 and June 2017, generally one day a week. Helium Arts is the national children’s arts and health organisation connecting children and teens living with chronic illness to their creative powers through the arts, so they can live life to the full.

Learn more about the Fireflies Project here.

Please contact hr@old.helium.ie to request the full job description and application process.

Deadline for applications: Thursday, 12 January 2017.

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