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ICT and Regulatory Analyst – Grade 5 (Staff Officer)

The Approved Housing Bodies Regulatory Authority is seeking applications for an ICT and Regulatory Analyst – Grade 5 (Staff Officer).

Would you like to work for an organisation that really wants to make a difference?

If the answer is yes, then we may have the right opportunity for you.

We are currently seeking applications for an ICT and Regulatory Analyst (Staff Officer – Grade 5).  This role provides an opportunity for significant growth for individuals wishing to expand their knowledge, skills and expertise.

Our office is located near Merrion Square in Dublin 2 and operates a hybrid workplace model with flexible working hours.

The Approved Housing Bodies Regulatory Authority (AHBRA) is the independent regulator of AHBs in Ireland. It safeguards and oversees the effective governance, financial, property and tenancy management of 450 AHBs, who own and manage over 54,000 homes.

The ICT and Regulatory Analyst is a hybrid role in the area of regulation including registration, assessment and regulatory oversight as well as internal ICT management including liaison with the external ICT support, data management and ICT projects.

The closing date for receipt of applications is  Tuesday 28th May 2024 at 5pm.

Further information and application form

English Gaeilge
ICT and Regulatory Analyst – Grade 5 (Staff Officer) Anailísí TFC agus Rialála – Grád 5 (Oifigeach Foirne) 
Application Form – ICT and Regulatory Analyst – Grade 5  Foirm Iarratais – Anailísí Rialála – Grád 5

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English Gaeilge
Job Applicant Privacy Notice Fógra Príobháideachais an Iarrthóra Poist

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