Croke Park Community Team
Join the Croke Park Community Team
Since February 2014, the Croke Park Community Team works on stadium event days to assist their neighbours and other local residents throughout the Croke Park Community area. Pictured right, the Community Team from the 2014 All-Ireland Football Final.
Key responsibilities include monitoring event day access for the community at the key cordon areas in Ballybough, Russell Street, Clonliffe Road and Drumcondra as well as monitoring and reporting littering, anti-social behaviour and illegal parking in the stadium’s community area.
Community team members must be:
Over 18 years of age
Available to work at weekends (there’s an average of 12 events annually)
Friendly, courteous & enthusiastic with a good knowledge of the local community area
We are currently recruiting new members for the Community Team for 2015. If you are interested, please send in your CV & cover letter to Julianne Savage, Community Officer, Croke Park Stadium, Dublin 3 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing date for receipt of applications is 5pm on Friday, March 7th 2015.