IOM staff directing new arrivals from Khabat at Ainkawa camp, Iraq © IOM 2014

Thank you for your interest in our organization. Being a member of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) team requires the highest standards of efficiency, competence and integrity. As an international organization with a global mandate, IOM also aims to maintain an equitable geographical balance among its staff. As such, its recruitment efforts target, but are not necessarily limited to, nationals of its Member States. IOM is an equal opportunity employer and seeks committed professionals with a wide variety of skills in the field of migration. IOM staff work in multi-cultural environments, in which diversity and cultural sensitivity are valued.

Cultural Mediators

The Protect 2 project will build the capacity of service providers who work with Irish Travellers, Romani, and migrants to identify and address the needs of victims and potential victims of TiP and survivors of DSGBV within these communities and provide culturally sensitive support through cultural competency trainings and the use of cultural mediators.

Cultural mediators will serve as a bridge between service users and service providers and will serve as advocates and representatives for vulnerable communities. They will be expected to work with service users and service providers as well as be present in courts, Garda interviews, hospitals, and other locations when expected. They will be expected to sensitively explain written documents and processes, provide reassurance and support service users with empathy and confidentiality.

How to Apply: Cultural Mediators

Online Application Form


Closing Date: 6th August 2021


Junior Consultant – on the Irish Traveller Community

Under the overall supervision of the Chief of Mission, the direct management of the Project Manager and with the assistance of the Project Assistant and the coordination of the lead consultant, the successful candidate will be responsible for assisting in the development of cultural competency, sensitivity and cultural mediator trainings on GBV and TiP in the context of Ireland with a focus on Irish Traveller communities.

How to Apply: Junior Consultant -Irish Traveller Community

Closing Date: 6th August 2021


Outreach Assistant

Under the overall guidance of the Chief of Mission (COM) and the supervision of the Outreach Coordinator, the Outreach Assistant will support the implementation and monitoring of the IOM Dublin information and outreach strategy, facilitate outreach visits and information sessions,  networking and organize information and counselling sessions with migrants in the IOM Migrant Hub. 


Full Description and how to apply: Outreach Assistant 

16th August 2021



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