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Can you share your expertise to help address Ireland’s social housing crisis? Join the Board of Clúid Housing

Clúid Housing is an award winning, not-for-profit charity currently providing over 10,000 secure, affordable, high-quality homes to men, women, and children across Ireland. Clúid is playing a key role in addressing Ireland’s social housing crisis. You too can be part of the solution.

Clúid is governed by a voluntary Board made up of 12 members. The Board delegates day-to-day management to the Chief Executive and a team of over 300 people. Clúid is currently recruiting three positions to the Board. By joining the Board you will contribute to our social mission, working with industry-leading experts with a diverse range of skills dedicated to transforming lives across Ireland.

Clúid is specifically seeking Board members with a background in one or more of the following areas:
1. Property development in a commercial environment including financing and oversight.
2. Leadership in Social Justice organisation and general management.
3. Organisational Development and Human Resources.

Experience in the following areas would also be advantageous: marketing and communications, information technology and data analytics, joint ventures or public relations.

Applications from candidates with diverse backgrounds are encouraged in order to ensure the Board reflects Irish society.
If you are interested, please contact Martina Brennan, Company Secretary by 16th June 2023 to get more information.

Links to supplementary information to enable you to understand the work of Clúid are provided below:

Clúid Annual Report 2021

Our Board 


Clúid Memo & Arts

Clúid Corporate Strategy 2023 – 2025


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