Street Feast Campaign Project Manager
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Street Feast Campaign Project Manager

Join our Street Feast team!

Role: Campaign Project Manager
With Street Feast CLG (t/a Neighbourhood Network)
Contract Duration: 9 months

We are recruiting a campaign project manager to join the Neighbourhood Network team. The Campaign Manager’s key responsibility is to manage the nationwide campaigns like Street Feast that Neighbourhood Network runs annually. This will involve working with project partners, participants, contractors, funders and our project team to ensure that the projects are delivered successfully.

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a creative, passionate and ambitious project as we grow the organisation from the roots up! If you’ve a grá for campaigns and have excellent communication, task management and relationship management skills and are dedicated to creating happier and healthier communities, we’d love to hear from you.

Key Tasks

Oversight and management of the Street Feast campaign in June 2023, and an additional campaign in September 2023

Review, agree and manage project budgets and project timelines based on scope of work and the resource requirements

Determine and define project scope and objectives. Support the CEO to devise and implement delivery plan

Meet deadlines as agreed with CEO and with funder

Assist with hiring of project staff

Manage project staff and contractors

Liaise with the funder on the project KPI’s. Ensure that we work towards delivering on those KPI’s 

Deliver project reporting at agreed times. Conduct impact assessment of projects

Support the CEO to identify best use of resources across projects

Meet with full operations team at weekly meetings and check-ins

Key Requirements of the role include:

Considerable experience in project management; a minimum of 2 years.

Organised with the ability to pay attention to detail. 

Strong administrative and computer skills required, for example; Microsoft packages (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint) and Google Packages (Gmail, Google Drive, Google Docs).

Have excellent interpersonal, written and spoken communication skills. A natural at collaboration.

Salary & Duration

Start date: Immediately. Term: April – December 2023, with potential to continue into 2024.

€40000 per year pro rata, 40 hours per week, includes 1 hour lunch break.

Other Details

Deadline for applicants: Monday 10th April 2023

This role reports directly to CEO

We cover all project related costs that may be incurred by team members such as phone bills and travel expenses (excluding standard travel to the office)

Our Neighbourhood Network office is in the lovely Hub13 coworking space in Newtownmountkennedy, Co Wicklow. This is a hybrid position and we would ideally fill the role with someone who can work at the office twice a week.

We also meet the rest of the operations team in the Fumbally Stables in Dublin 8 on Wednesdays (where we try not to eat too much focaccia.)


You will need a Google account to submit your application, in order to upload files and receive confirmation of your application. Applications by email will not be accepted.

Closing date: 11th April 2023

Check out the website to see what you’ll be getting involved with.

About Neighbourhood Network

Neighbourhood Network came from the team behind Street Feast, a national neighbourhood street party event to celebrate community. We are a not-for-profit, community building organisation. We inspire neighbours to connect by providing them with the support and tools to organise community building activities. We encourage community activism and participation, and empower residents to take ownership of their neighbourhoods and start more community led projects. 

At our core, we focus on reducing loneliness and social isolation by creating community connections. We do this by running projects that promote neighbourliness, social inclusion, volunteerism and creativity in the community. Check out our programmes at