The Irish Computer Society wishes to recruit a suitable individual on a contract basis to work on an upcoming European eHealth project. I have attached the job profile. It might be a role attractive to a researcher/PhD or Masters student in the field of health informatics or similar. Read more
The Irish Computer Society wishes to recruit a suitable individual on a contract basis to work on an upcoming European project on women in ICT. This role might be attractive to a researcher/PhD or Masters student in the fields of education, STEM, gender studies or similar. Read more
The Irish Computer Society wishes to recruit a Project Executive.
The Irish Computer Society is a non-profit membership organisation founded in 1967 to support the ICT and related professions in Ireland. Its social enterprise division, the ICS Foundation, is charged with advocating for digital literacy and the use of technology in education, research and developing policy on all aspects of ICT and supporting the ICT profession in Ireland. Read more
Position Vacant: Conference and Events Executive
Industry: Information Technology
Employment Type: 8 month contract (maternity leave cover)
The Irish Computer Society is a not for profit member society whose mission is to advance, promote and represent the interests of ICT professionals in Ireland. Read more
Position Vacant: Contract Product Developer
Industry: Information Technology
Employment Type: 6 month contract on a self-employed basis
The Irish Computer Society (ICS) is a not for profit member society whose mission is to advance, promote and represent the interests of ICT professionals in Ireland. Read more
The Erasmus programme already enables millions of young Europeans to study, train or learn abroad while broadening their experience and awareness of Europe, and increasing their future chances on the job market. With doubled funding, this programme will be even more effective in supporting key political objectives such as building a European Education Area by 2025, empowering young people and promoting a European identity through youth, education and culture policies. Read more
- 3 New National Coalitions, 21 National Coalitions now in EU
Sweden, Greece and the Netherlands now have National Coalitions, bringing the number in the EU to 21 Read more
Grandis XXI aims to encourage the integration of modern sensor, diagnostic and communications technology into the care of older peoples, enabling them to live independently for as long as possible. The context is the ageing populations across Europe, and the increasing cost of providing care for the many older people who are living healthy lives well into their 80’s, 90’s and beyond. In addition, as with many jobs, it is increasingly difficult to recruit carers, so the assistance of technology to augment the services provided to the elderly is to be welcomed. Read more
At the ECDL Foundation Forum 2018, held in Prague, the entry submitted by ECDL Ireland was voted to be an outstanding example of best practice in the ECDL and ICDL in Society category.
ECDL Foundation, an international organisation dedicated to raising digital competence standards in the workforce, education and society, established the Best Practice Awards to acknowledge and credit initiatives and projects that are considered as exceptional examples of the implementation of ECDL Foundation programmes, which help to increase levels of digital literacy, and promote ECDL in local markets. Read more
IT Professionals’ Day is a special day to act as a platform to raise awareness of the IT profession, the potential within the profession, the need for continued professionalism and contribution to society.
On this day we are asking everyone to celebrate the contribution of IT professionals in using their talents and innovation to advance society for everyone’s benefit. Read more
We are happy to announce the launch of Tech Week 2018, organised by the Irish Computer Society and supported by the SFI Discover programme.
Now in its fifth year, the annual festival of technology will see as many as 100,000 students take part in a range of activities nationwide. Read more
The Blockchain Association of Ireland will host a half-day conference on March 21st at the Irish Computer Society, Dublin 4.
This event will look at the impact and potential for blockchain technologies to change the way we do business and develop IT systems. From banking, healthcare, supply chain and food traceability to energy, logistics, manufacturing, retail and real estate, blockchain has the potential to transform much more than just the way we trade. Read more
The 10th Annual National Data Protection Conference took place on the 24 – 25th January 2018.
The programme included informative workshops and presentations from some of Europe’s top data protection professionals.
On the 24th of January we hosted six Pre-Conference Workshops at the Irish Computer Society. The workshops were designed to help participants become more compliant with current legislation and identify the steps they need to take to prepare for the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Read more