About UsThe Retired Civil and Public Servants Association was founded in 1945. Membership is open to all retired Civil Servants and Public Servants, including P & T members from An Post, eircom/eir, Irish Aviation Authority, Coillte, Teagasc and professional groups approved in accordance with the Rules. This includes widowed persons in receipt of a public service pension. Application FormPriorities set in 2019
What we do
Our mission is to defend and promote the interests of members. To do this effectively, we want to include as many retired colleagues in our membership as possible.
How we do this
We engage directly with Government representatives and Government Departments, making approaches and submissions on relevant issues, including annual pre-Budget submissions. We are affiliated to the Alliance of Retired Public Servants. We engage with the Alliance, and with other organisations representing retired public servants, to fight for pension restoration and improved services for members. We are working to improve communications and enhance the position of the Association and its members.
We are governed by a Council comprising 4 Officers and not less than 10 other members. We hold An Annual General Meeting each May to decide policy and elect the Council. There are Branches in Cork, Donegal, Dublin, Galway, Kildare, Limerick, Mayo, Midlands, North-East, Sligo, Wexford and a Branch for Teagasc pensioners. Each Branch holds an Annual meeting. We inform members on issues of interest by means of our Newsletters, our web site, www.rcpsa.ie and through local Branches. Some Branches provide a social function valued by many members.
|President||Paul Monks (Dublin)|
|Vice President||Stephen Burns (Mayo)|
|Secretary||Ann Walsh (Cork)|
|Treasurer||Anne Mitchell (Galway)|
Standing Orders Committee
|Peter Dockery||Dublin Branch|
|Joe O’Donnell||Sligo Branch|
|Frank O Dwyer||Dublin Branch|
|Mary Farrell||North West|
|John Brady||North East|
|Moya Carr||Donegal/North West|
|Geraldine Burke Geary||Galway|