Current Member Vacancies
Department for Employment
Public Appointment competition for 3 new Members of the Consumer Council for Northern Ireland (CCNI)
Application Packs can be obtained from DfE Public Appointments Unit, Netherleigh, Massey Avenue, Belfast, BT4 2JP.
Contact details are:
Yvonne Green on 028 9052 9282 Textrelay: 18001 028 9052 9282 Marcin Kilmasz on 028 9052 9531 Textrelay: 18001 028 9052 9531
Website: www.economy-ni.gov.uk (search under Current DfE Vacancies)
The closing date for applications is 5pm on Wednesday 10 January 2018. Late applications will not be accepted. Interviews are scheduled to take place on 20th 27th and 28th February 2018.
COSTA Rural Support Network
Support Officer – “Engaging Rural Communities”
Part time: 25 hours per week for 2.5 years
Salary NJC Scale: NJC SO1 pt31 – £25,951 – £27,668 p.a. (pro rata) Location: Based in The Crieve Centre, Stewartstown with outreach across Mid Ulster
Key Purpose: The successful candidate will engage 12 rural communities across Mid-Ulster providing direct facilitation and support to Building Positive Relations and engaging communities in Peace and Reconciliation cross community activities.
Essential skills will include:
- Degree or equivalent professional qualification plus a minimum of 3 years’ full-time experience in field of either community development, health, rural development or related project delivery
- The post holder will be expected to participate in activities and meetings outside normal office hours of min 2 to 3 evenings per week and other times as required to meet the needs of the project
- Experience and understanding of community development approaches, principles and facilitation approaches.
- Experience and understanding of determinants and issues of both single identity and cross identity communities.
- Experience and understanding of policies and strategies which affect identity and specifically rural and cross community work
- Understanding of grant making processes
- Competency in IT skills with experience of using computer software packages & systems to include Excel, publisher, Word, Web/internet, Power point.
- Organisational skills NB: Applicants for Support Officer must hold a valid driving licence and/or have access to transport.
CWSAN Finance/Administrative Assistant
Part-time: 21 hours per week for 9 months
Salary: NJC Scale 3 pt15 – £17,072p.a. (pro-rata)
Location: Based in The Crieve Centre, Stewartstown
Key Purpose: The successful candidate will support the financial and administrative functions across a range of Community based programmes for CWSAN.
Essential skills will include:
- Candidates for the post should have a minimum of 1 years previous experience working with rural communities within a community development setting
- Hold min 5 GCSE’s Grade A-C, computer literate (Word, Excel, Outlook) with Word Processing Stage II or ECDL or equivalents
- Be competent in Financial reporting and record keeping including using Sage packages, spreadsheets and in grant administration
- Have an understanding of Community based Grant making financial processes and procedures
- Have an understanding of administration contributing to Quality Performance Standards such as ISO 9001
For further information and Application Packs, please contact: Network Officer – (COSTA) President Grant’s Homestead, 45 Dergenagh Road, Dungannon, Co. Tyrone, BT70 1TW Tel: 028 8555 6880 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: Wednesday 6th December 2017 at 3.00pm Please note: Late applications will not be considered. Interviews to take place Wednesday 13th and Thursday 14th December 2017
Newry, Mourne and Down District Council
Clerical Officer (Temporary) – Council Offices, Downpatrick
The closing date for receipt of completed applications for the above position is 12.00 noon on Tuesday, 12 December 2017.
This job is currently live on the Council’s website: www.newrymournedown.org/jobs
NB: Rolling advert: NI093/17 Relief Project Workers – Willowgrove Service
For further details go to: www.barnardos.org.uk/jobs
Section 2: Permanent Links
Some of our member organisations have asked that a pemanent 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.
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 Antrim Borough Council, visit our website
Belfast Health and Social Care Trust
The Belfast Trust is the biggest employer in Northern Ireland, employing 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