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Rape Crisis Network Ireland (RCNI) is recruiting a Data and Privacy Manager

(NB the deadline for closing this job has been extended until 27 February).

The RCNI Data and Privacy Manager role is pivotal in achieving best outcomes for survivors in sexual violence at a time of whole of society and governmental reform and transformation.

You will join a dynamic, impactful team, working reflectively and proactively with a sector, survivors, professionals and government at multiple levels towards evidencing and innovating into solutions and capacity building.

Hours: 35 hours per week

You will work to RCNI’s vision and mission towards an Ireland where we live free of sexual violence through being an innovative and supportive specialist within a movement to end sexual violence. 

We are a learning organisation, striving for excellence, investing in building expertise, enriching the feminist analysis of power and violence, encompassing diversity, and employing human rights tools.

We work from the feminist principle of empowerment in a trauma experienced way, where we believe survivors are the experts in their own lives and where their agency is acknowledged, choices enabled and dignity respected. We work flexibly and collaboratively, prioritising outcomes.


As Data and Privacy Manager you will: 

Support greater transparency and insight on sexual violence and improved responses to survivors needs through supporting the data, security and privacy infrastructure of the RCNI, its membership, database users and the wider sector impacting sexual violence survivors and prevention.

Duties will include:

  • Manage RCNI Database
  • Support Data Collection Officers in organisations across the country using the database
  • Promote a culture of good data management, ethics and purpose
  • Coordinate the dynamic review process of the database with the users
  • Implement agreed changes with IT partner, pilot and socialise with users
  • Assess and map changing needs on sexual violence using survey and other complimentary tools
  • Draft protocols and policy as relevant
  • Deliver training and support wider data literacy
  • Draw down and write statistical reports
  • Support best practice cyber security culture and practice within RCNI, the database users and the wider SV landscape
  • Support data protection awareness and practice within RCNI, the database users and the wider SV landscape
  • Manage relationships and represent the interests of survivors in interagency settings engaged with survivors and their data
  • Manage role-related 3rd party contracts and outputs
  • Other matters as directed.

Line manager will be the Executive Director.

For full job description click here.

To apply please send concise CV and cover letter of no more than 2 pages to Your cover letter should outline how you meet the criteria in terms of qualification, experience and knowledge. Please note that applicants who fulfill most but not all of the criteria are encouraged to apply for the role.

For any queries please contact

Salary for this post is  €51,400.

NB Deadline extended until 27 February.

Interviews will be scheduled shortly after the deadline.