Soothing Sounds at Tallaght University Hospital with musician Sophie Lee. Photo credit: Tommy Walsh (TUH).

Tallaght University Hospital is seeking an Arts & Health Administrator (Grade IV) to support the vibrant and progressive programme delivered by the Arts & Health Department. In this role, you will be responsible for ensuring the smooth running of administration support for the Arts & Health Department.

About the Role
The Arts & Health Administrator is a part-time, permanent role reporting to the Arts & Health Manager. The successful candidate will need to have a flexible approach to the work which will include but is not limited to the following:

  • Support and development of the Arts and Health programme and events (e.g. some work may occur during unsocial hours from time to time with due notice provided).
  • Provide general administrative support primarily to the Arts and Health Manager and Department.
  • Be responsible for operational and office administration tasks, file management, documentation, report writing post events and archiving data.
  • Respond to postal, email, telephone queries relating to the department, projects and programme in a timely manner.
  • Support the Arts and Health Manager with funding applications, reports and presentations as required.
  • Assist in the development of new Policies, Protocols, procedures and Guidelines (PPPGs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) as required.
  • Support with Arts and Health accounts, record keeping, invoicing and budget administration for the Arts and Health Programme.
  • Support and correspond with the Arts Team on programme scheduling, funding opportunities, artist invoicing and CPD days.

Application Process
Applications will be accepted before close of business on 2 May 2024.

All information relating to the post and how to apply can be found here:

Enquiries to: Alison Baker Kerrigan, Arts & Health Department – Telephone (01) 414 2076 or email

Tallaght University Hospital
Tallaght University Hospital (TUH) is one of Ireland’s largest acute teaching hospitals, with adult, psychiatric and age-related healthcare on one site. The Hospital has 450 adult beds with over 4,000 people on staff and more than 60 different nationalities represented. The Hospital is a provider of local, regional and national specialties. It is a designated trauma unit incorporating the National Pelvic and Acetabular Unit, a regional Urology Centre and the second largest provider of renal dialysis services in the country.

One of the two main academic teaching hospitals of Trinity College Dublin, TUH specialise in the training and professional development of staff in areas such as Medicine, Nursing, Health and Social Care Professionals. TUH is part of the Dublin Midlands Hospital Group which serves a population of over 1.2 million across seven counties.


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