Dublin City Council Culture Company is seeking applications to appoint a number of preferred suppliers to a Web Development Panel that we can call upon for the provision of services for a range of cultural events, projects, reports and collateral on an ongoing basis.
In this round, we invite web designers and developers to apply to be part of a panel of website developers to service the needs of the company and its many and varied projects.
About Dublin City Council Culture Company
Dublin City Council Culture Company is a newly established company limited by guarantee, registered with the Companies Office in March 2018. As stated in the Constitution of the Company, the Company is established is to create and deliver cultural initiatives in Dublin City, and to initiate, implement and manage cultural programmes and buildings for the benefit of the citizens of Dublin, locally and citywide. Collaborating with citizens, communities, cultural organisations, businesses, and Dublin City Council itself, the company’s work is focused on embedding cultural experiences and increasing cultural participation throughout Dublin’s neighbourhoods.
Dublin City Council Culture Company runs a series of varied and multi-faceted projects and programmes, which already have a significant track record of impact in communities across the city, including Culture Club, The National Neighbourhood and 14 Henrietta Street. The Board of Directors of Dublin City Council Culture Company have overall responsibility for the governance, financial and legal aspects of the company.
Completed applications should be sent by email only to email@example.com with “Website Development Panel” in the subject line.
Deadline for applications is 5pm Thursday 18 April 2019.
Following review and selection, the website development panel will be appointed the week commencing 29th April 2019 and all applicants will be notified of the status of their application at this time.
Please note we do not provide feedback on applications.Download Tender Brief Here
Dublin City Council Culture Company is an equal opportunity employer. For more information on our Equal Opportunities Policy, please see here. Please note that 14 Henrietta Street the museum is Part M access compliant, and the offices of Dublin City Council Culture Company have limited physical access. Reasonable accommodation of access requirements will be made for successful applicants. Interviews will take place in an accessible location.
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