Who runs the Corps

The South Dublin County Volunteer Corps is a joint project of South Dublin County Volunteer Centre and South Dublin County Council.  Both organisations have equal responsibility for the Corps – however, individual work is divided between both partners to ensure the smooth running of the Corps.

The Volunteer Centre has responsibility for:

  • The Overall administration of the project including all communications with the Corps.
  • Are Main administrators of Corps Database
  • Administrators of Corps web presence including social media promotional tools
  • Direct line managers of volunteers involved with the Corps.
  • Responsible for initial reference checks of volunteers and other screening when necessary.
  • Main contact for all projects involving the Corps
  • Responsible for identifying and signing off on projects that will involve the Corps
  • Recruitment of staff to work to work on project where funding is available

South Dublin County Council has responsibility for:

  • Design and development of initial volunteer corps logo.
  • Provide administrative back up to Volunteer Corps when necessary.
  • Support the financial outlays of the Corps and agree an annual budget within resources
  • Promotion of the volunteer corps to groups and organisations within the county