More than just brick and mortar

Working with CHI is an opportunity to build or progress your career in the not-for-profit sector for an organisation on a mission to lead the development of social, economic and environmental sustainability in Ireland through co-operative effort and the provision of co-operative housing in particular. In the midst of a severe national housing crisis, you can help provide a home to those individuals and families who need them the most.

  • Competitive salaries aligned to our Performance-Based Salary Model.

  • 22 Days of Annual Leave (exclusive of public holidays) plus 3 Privilege Days.

  • E-Working Allowance paid daily for remote-working during COVID-19 pandemic.

  • A Defined Contribution Pension Scheme

  • Income Continuance Scheme.

  • Death in Service Scheme.

  • Employee Assistance Programme.

  • Paid Travel & Subsistence Expenses.

  • Paid Professional Membership Fees.

  • Continuous Professional Development Opportunities.

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“As a new graduate, I wanted to develop my skills in a non-profit organisation so was delighted to be offered a role in the Communications Team in CHI. CHI is providing me experience to grow in my career while working for an organisation doing meaningful work. I have been given a lot of responsibility and guidance throughout my role. My line manager and team have endeavoured to help me further fortify my strengths and identify and improve in areas where I may be lacking skills and confidence. One of the perks of the role is having contact with other teams and getting to learn what work they do.”
Michaela Quinn, Digital Engagement Officer
I’d easily spend an hour discussing how amazing our new home is. It’s as though our dreams have finally come true. The fact that the houses in this estate are so fantastic is the icing on the cake for us. Our new home couldn’t have come to us at a better time. Having a home offers us a sense of stability which we haven’t had in a long time. It’s especially wonderful for the kids too, as the garden here is so much larger than what we had. We spent a lot of our free time in parks and green spaces for the kids to play in. It will be a huge change for us as a family to have a safe place for them to play just beyond the back door. Our kids are three and five, but they are as cute as foxes, so they did get a good grasp of social distancing and hygiene.
Ross O’Keeffe, Brookhill