Please find below BBC NI job opportunities that are currently live:
Appeals Assistant (Children in Need)
Closing 15th September
Closing 15th September
Closing 16th September
Data Engineer (Applications DBA)
Closing 24th September
For more information, including how to apply, please click the accompanying link
If you are interested in short term opportunities here in the BBC get signed up to the BBC Talent Cloud – It’s a freelance database and our first port of call when looking for new talent.
At the minute we’re specifically looking for Assistant Producers who have skills in self shooting and radio, so if that’s you sign up!
Belfast City Council
Finance and Resources Department
Digital Analyst (Training)
Digital Services Section
There is currently one permanent, full-time vacancy. Other permanent, temporary, full-time or part-time posts may be filled from a reserve list).
Salary scales SO2: SCP 26 to 28;
£29,636 – £31,371 per annum
City and Neighbourhood Services Department
Commercial Development Officer
Neighbourhood Services Section
(There is currently one permanent full-time vacancy. Other permanent, temporary, full-time or part-time posts may be filled from a reserve list).
Salary Scale 6: SCP 18 to 22; £24,313 – £26,317 per annum
You can request an application form, details about the job and terms and conditions of employment from:
- Job Applications, 9 Adelaide, 9-21 Adelaide Street, Belfast, BT2 8DJ; or
- download an application pack from www.belfastcity.gov.uk/jobs; or
- email your name and address internally to jobs or externally to email@example.com; or
- phone our Jobline on 028 9027 0640 (office hours only)
Return your form to Human Resources (or return via email) before 4pm on Monday, 16 September 2019.
Location: Early Intervention Family Support Service, Belfast
Department for Communities
APPOINTMENTS TO THE NORTHERN IRELAND LOCAL GOVERNMENT OFFICERS’ SUPERANNUATION COMMITTEE (NILGOSC)
The Department for Communities is currently seeking applications from people interested in serving on NILGOSC as a Member.
Applications are welcome from a wide range of people who have an interest in public service, and who are looking for an opportunity to use their skills and experience to influence the direction and future of the Local Government Pension Scheme.
The importance of a diverse Committee is recognised, reflecting the society it serves, and applicants with wide-ranging skills such as communication, teamwork and governance are sought.
We would particularly welcome applications from women, people with a disability, young people and people from minority ethnic groups for these positions. You are encouraged to promote applications from those within your sector or place of work.
The time commitment for these positions is typically 2 days per month and for a term of 4 years. Further details on the positions including selection criteria and remuneration, as well as an application form, are available at www.nidirect.gov.uk/public-appointment-vacancies. The closing date for applications is 27 September 2019 at 12 noon.
Department for Infrastructure
The Department for Infrastructure (DfI) is launching a recruitment campaign to appoint 5 Non- Executive Members to the Board of Northern Ireland Water (NIW ).
Applications will be welcomed from all sections of the community. Women, younger people, people with disabilities and people from ethnic minority communities are currently under-represented on DfI Boards. Applications from members of these groups would be particularly welcome.
Applicants will be expected to demonstrate their ability across a number of competences. Further details about the competition can be accessed through the link below from 9 September 2019 and for your reference I have enclosed a copy of the information flyer.
If you have any questions regarding the recruitment process please do not hesitate to contact the DfI Public Appointments unit at;
Recruitment competition for Londonderry Port and Harbour Commissioners.
The Department for Infrastructure (DfI) has launched a recruitment campaign to appoint a Chair to the Board of Londonderry Port and Harbour Commissioners. (LPHC).
Applications will be welcomed from all sections of the community.
Women, younger people, people with disabilities and people from ethnic minority communities are currently under-represented on DfI Boards. Applications from members of these groups would be particularly welcome.
The deadline for receipt of applications is 12:00 noon on Friday 13 September 2019
Some of our member organisations have asked that a permanent link to their recruitment webpages be placed on this webpage due to the high number of job vacancies they have on a regular basis. These organisations would like to stress that they welcome applications from people with disabilities and hope that disabled people will be encouraged to view the job vacancies on their websites, at the web address provided, and to apply as appropriate.
Northern Ireland Civil Service
The Northern Ireland Civil Service (NICS) supports the Assembly, the Executive and the institutions of government. It works to develop and implement government policies and helps deliver services to the public. A list of the government Departments and further information about the work of each can be found at www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/northern-ireland-executive. More information about the NICS in general and the opportunities we offer can be found at http://www.nicsrecruitment.org.uk
The Executive Office (acting on behalf of the Northern Ireland Civil Service)
The Northern Ireland Executive believes that it is important that people from a wide range of backgrounds take up public appointments so that the boards of public bodies reflect the rich diversity of our society and better understand the needs of the communities they serve. Appointments are made on merit and applications are welcome from all sections of society.
The latest public appointment vacancies are available on the http://www.nidirect.gov.uk/public-appointments website.
More information on the public appointments process is available at: https://www.executiveoffice-ni.gov.uk/articles/public-appointments”
The Education Authority (EA) is one of the largest educational bodies in the United Kingdom and a major employer in Northern Ireland. EA has a budget of approximately £1.5bn and over 37,000 staff including around 7,700 teachers in controlled schools, 19,000 school-based support staff and around 12,600 HQ and other non-school based staff. EA offers a range of work-life balance and flexible working arrangements as follows:
- Career Break Scheme
- Flexi Time Scheme
- Job Share Scheme
- Special Leave Provisions, e.g. Carer’s Leave, Parental Leave
- Unpaid Leave Scheme
In referencing EA’s 3 Year Corporate Plan, some medium term corporate objective’s are outlined below:
- Develop and implement an Organisation Development Strategy that focuses on employee engagement, leadership and management capability as the enabler for change and high performance;
- Create a culture of high performance through great line management, personal responsibility for learning, coaching and a framework for performance management;
- Promote succession planning to make best use of our talented workforce and ensure that we can deploy resources where and when they are needed;
- Establish multi-disciplinary, cross-directorate working groups to drive continuous improvement and excellence in service delivery.
The Education Authority is an equal opportunities employer. Current Education Authority jobs are advertised online at https://www.eani.org.uk/job-opportunities
Antrim & Newtownabbey Borough Council
Here’s just a few reasons why you should work for Antrim & Newtownabbey Borough Council:
• We have a diverse and inclusive workplace
• We provide excellent employment opportunities
• We strive to continuously improve existing terms and conditions
• We value your Personal and Professional Development
• We want to see our employees achieve work life balance
• We look after your health and well-being
• We provide an excellent employment package including a competitive basic salary, contributory pension scheme, sickness scheme, generous annual leave entitlements and excellent physical working conditions
• We are committed to delivering Council’s Values & Behaviours”
If you are interested in finding out more about working for the Council, visit our website.
Belfast Health and Social Care Trust
The Belfast Trust employs in excess of 22,000 staff. In order to achieve the best possible health and social care outcomes for the population it serves it is essential that the Trust attracts and retains staff who are appropriately qualified, professional in the service that they deliver, happy and productive in their work and who are committed to learning and developing in their role to provide a high quality service at all times. The Trust’s employment practices and policies adhere to all relevant employment legislation and it provides a generous remuneration package and terms and conditions of employment which often exceed the statutory requirements. The Trust is committed to promoting diversity and equality of opportunity in employment for all of its staff and its workforce covers a diverse range of professional and occupational groups. The Trust has an Employment Equality and Diversity Plan and, as part of its Improving Working Lives Initiative, has developed a number of initiatives to support staff in balancing their work and home responsibilities. The Trust has a comprehensive Learning and Development Strategy in place.
If you would like to work for the Trust, please access our current vacancies on the website: http://www.hscrecruit.com/
This site provides details of the jobs being advertised and will enable you to complete and return your application on line.
Should you require any assistance or reasonable adjustments please contact the BHSCT Human Resource Information Service on (028) 9063 5678.
Invest NI’s role is to grow the economy by helping new and existing businesses to compete internationally, and by attracting new investment to Northern Ireland. It is part of the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment and provides strong government support for business by effectively delivering the Government’s economic development strategies, making the most efficient use of available resources. Invest NI offers the Northern Ireland business community a single organisation providing high-quality services, programmes, support and expert advice. It principally supports businesses in the manufacturing and tradeable services sectors. Working in any new organisation can be both challenging and rewarding – and Invest NI is no exception. As an equal opportunities employer it aims to recruit and develop the very best talent available across a wide range of disciplines. The latest employment opportunities as and when they become available are listed on the following webpage: http://www.investni.com/about-us/people/work-for-us.html
Queen’s University is one of Northern Ireland’s largest employers. As well as needing staff such as lecturers and researchers we recruit regularly for a wide range of other roles including those for clerical, technical, administrative, library and general support staff. To find out more about the university and our vacancies please visit www.qub.ac.uk/jobs
Ulster University – Shaping Futures
Ulster University is a modern, progressive institution that is committed to academic excellence with a particular focus on providing a relevant, career-focused education. We currently welcome more than 25,000 students from over 90 countries. Ulster sits in the top 20 UK universities for UCAS applications and is in the top 10 for providing access to students from all economic backgrounds.
The teaching and learning process at Ulster is informed by research and curricula development is constantly evolving to fit the needs of business, industry and the professions. Our pioneering research activity is highly regarded, with 86% rated as international quality.
The University has four campuses located across Northern Ireland offering a diverse range of courses with a degree of specialization at each campus. We actively engage with the local communities in each region to live out our vision of positively shaping the futures of our students and staff, but also the economy and society at large.
Development programmes are underway at all campuses; of particular note is the £250m expansion at the Belfast city campus that will provide a state-of-the-art learning and research environment. There has never been a better time to join our inspiring team and contribute to our future success. If you are ready for a new challenge in a stimulating and rewarding environment, please review the opportunities we have on offer.
View our jobs by visiting http://jobs.ulster.ac.uk