CoderDojo Community Coordinator

Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland


CoderDojo Community Coordinator

Location: Dublin
Salary: €27500 – €35000, dependent on experience
Basis: permanent; full-time, part-time or flexible
Eligibility: you must be eligible to work in Ireland and travel to the UK

About us

The CoderDojo Foundation is a Dublin-based educational charity that works to give every child the opportunity to learn how to code and create with technology. We do this through supporting the volunteer-led CoderDojo movement. Founded in July 2011, the movement is based on open-source principles, meaning that anyone anywhere in the world can start a Dojo. Clubs (Dojos) run all over the world on a regular basis, giving young people between the ages of 7 and 17 the opportunity to learn how to build websites, apps, programs, and games, and to explore technology.

The first Dojo was started seven years ago, and there are now more than 1900 active Dojos in 100 countries, giving 55000 young people the opportunity to learn how to code in a fun, social environment. We are part of the Raspberry Pi Foundation family, and together we represent one of the largest sustained, global efforts to help young people learn computing and digital making. You can read more about our mission, values, and goals in our 2018–2020 strategy.

The CoderDojo Foundation staff is a team of fifteen people based in Dublin. Our offices are in Dogpatch Labs, a co-working space in the city centre, where we also run a Dojo for local young people twice a month. We are passionate about education and technology. We are also known for playing card games over lunch. If you are looking to have a real-world impact, then this is the organisation and role for you. Find more information about our team here.

The role

We are now looking for a Community Coordinator to help us expand our network of Dojos and volunteers on an international scale. Reporting to the Community Manager, the person taking up this role will play a key part in our growth and support initiatives in regions around the world. The ideal candidate will be passionate about education and digital making. You’ll need to be methodical, with strong project management and community engagement skills, and experience of keeping multiple strands of work moving forward at the same time.

While we expect you to come with an impressive track record, you will be joining a fast-growing non-profit organisation that offers unparalleled opportunities for development and growth. We pride ourselves on being a brilliant place to work, with a fantastic team, and positive work culture.

Main responsibilities

Experience and personal attributes

You should be:

You’ll ideally have experience of:


In addition to competitive salaries, we offer a range of benefits for all of our colleagues, including:

Timetable for applications

Closing date: 17:00 GMT, Sunday 16th December
Face-to-face interviews: 3–4 January

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