Jobs Bulletin Board

 

Electoral Office for NI

Election Staff – Poll/Count (based in polling stations on election day and count venues)

Completed application forms must be returned to arrive not later than 12:00 noon on Tuesday 29 August 2017.

http://www.eoni.org.uk/Utility/About-EONI/Recruitment

 

Barnardo’s

Assistant Director Business Development

Job Ref: NI061/17

Area(s): Northern Ireland

Based: NI Regional Office. However, you may be required to work at any place where work has to be performed on behalf of Barnardo’s as it may reasonably determine

Full Time: 36.25 hours per week

Salary: £42,882 – £52,961 p.a.

Note 1: Closing date for all of the above posts is 4pm on Friday 1 September 2017. Strictly no applications accepted after this time.

Note 2: Your completed Barnardo’s Application Form must be emailed to people.ni@barnardos.org.uk in MS Word format only.  Only Barnardo’s application forms will be accepted.

Note 3: We are unable to accept CVs as a primary source of information. Do not send CVs as a supplement to your application as only your application form will be forwarded to the Panel for consideration.

Note 4: To ensure a Fair Recruitment process, completed application forms must NOT be returned to the Service. Application forms will ONLY be accepted when returned to People Team mailbox before noon on the closing date.

 

Project Worker 2 (Leading Change) – Collective Impact

Job Ref: NI052/17

Area(s): Northern Ireland

Based: You will be based at NI Regional Office, 542-544 Upper Newtownards Road.

Part Time: 22.2 hours per week worked over 3 days to meet the exigencies of the service with occasional working outside of normal office hours hours per week

Fixed Term

Salary: £23427 – £30448 p.a.

To provide advice, support and services to children, young people and their families in accordance with the aims and objectives of the service.   Please see information pack for full details.

Note 1: Closing date: This post closes at 12.00 NOON Tuesday 29 August 2017. Strictly no applications will be accepted after this time.

Note 2: Your completed Barnardo’s Application Form must be emailed to people.ni@barnardos.org.uk in MS Word format only.
Note 3: We are unable to accept CVs as a primary source of information, Skydrive or Job Centre applications. Do not send CVs as a supplement to your application as only your application form will be forwarded to the Panel for consideration.
Note 4: To ensure a Fair Recruitment process, completed application forms must NOT be returned to the Service. Application forms will ONLY be accepted when returned to People Team NI mailbox before noon on the closing date.
Closing Date: 12.00 NOON TUESDAY 29/08/2017
Interview Date(s): 07/09/2017. Please click here to apply

 

Project Worker 1 – ADHD Support Service – 2 posts

Job Ref: NI059/17

Based: Office will be based at Magherafelt.  However the role will be carried out on an outreach basis in family homes

Part Time: 16 hours per week

Fixed Term: Fixed term up to two years in the first instance

Salary:  £17,222 – £23,427 p.a. for FTE – salary will be paid pro rata for part time

Note 1: Closing date for all of the above posts is NOON on Wednesday 30 August 2017. Strictly no applications accepted after this time.

Note 2: Your completed Barnardo’s Application Form must be emailed to people.ni@barnardos.org.uk in MS Word format only.  Only Barnardo’s application forms will be accepted.

Note 3: We are unable to accept CVs as a primary source of information. Do not send CVs as a supplement to your application as only your application form will be forwarded to the Panel for consideration.

Note 4: To ensure a Fair Recruitment process, completed application forms must NOT be returned to the Service. Application forms will ONLY be accepted when returned to People Team mailbox before noon on the closing date.

 

Project Worker 2 – Jigsaw Service

Job Ref: NI060/17

Based: Jigsaw Service, Ballymena. The Service offers support to parents and children in the three cluster schools – Ballykeel, Harryville and Camphill

Part Time: 22.2 hours per week

Fixed Term: Fixed term post up to 31 March 2018

Salary: £23,427 – £30,448 p.a. for FTE – salary will be paid pro rata for part time hours

Note 1: Closing date for all of the above posts is NOON on Thursday 31 August 2017. Strictly no applications accepted after this time.

Note 2: Your completed Barnardo’s Application Form must be emailed to people.ni@barnardos.org.uk in MS Word format only.  Only Barnardo’s application forms will be accepted.

Note 3: We are unable to accept CVs as a primary source of information. Do not send CVs as a supplement to your application as only your application form will be forwarded to the Panel for consideration.

Note 4: To ensure a Fair Recruitment process, completed application forms must NOT be returned to the Service. Application forms will ONLY be accepted when returned to People Team mailbox before noon on the closing date.

 

Social Worker (PW2) – Early Intervention Support Service

Job Ref: NI053/17

Based: Simpson Family Resource Centre, 40 Manse Road, Bangor BT20 3DE

Hours: 22.2 hours per week

Fixed Term:  Fixed term post for six months in the first instance from October 2017 – March 2018

Salary: £23,427 – £30,448 p.a.

Note 1: Closing date for all of the above posts is NOON on Friday 25 August 2017. Strictly no applications accepted after this time.

Note 2: Your completed Barnardo’s Application Form must be emailed to people.ni@barnardos.org.uk in MS Word format only.  Only Barnardos application forms will be accepted.

Note 3: We are unable to accept CVs as a primary source of information. Do not send CVs as a supplement to your application as only your application form will be forwarded to the Panel for consideration.

Note 4: To ensure a Fair Recruitment process, completed application forms must NOT be returned to the Service. Application forms will ONLY be accepted when returned to People Team mailbox before noon on the closing date.

 

Project Worker 2 – Strabane Family Centre (Re-advertised)

Job Ref: NI057/17

Area(s): Northern Ireland

Based: You will be based at Barnardo’s Strabane Family Centre 2A Melmount Road, Strabane BT82 9BT.

Part Time: 28 hours per week

Maternity Leave Cover Up to March 2018

Salary: £23427 – £30147 p.a.

To provide advice, support and services to children, young people and their families in accordance with the aims and objectives of the service. Please see information pack for full details

Note 1: Closing date: This post closes at 12.00 NOON Friday 25 August 2017. Strictly no applications will be accepted after this time.
Note 2: Your completed Barnardo’s Application Form must be emailed to people.ni@barnardos.org.uk in MS Word format only.
Note 3: We are unable to accept CVs as a primary source of information, Skydrive or Job Centre applications. Do not send CVs as a supplement to your application as only your application form will be forwarded to the Panel for consideration.
Note 4: To ensure a Fair Recruitment process, completed application forms must NOT be returned to the Service. Application forms will ONLY be accepted when returned to People Team NI mailbox before noon on the closing date.

Interview Date(s): w/b 11 September 2017

Please click here to apply.

 

Project Worker 2 – Armagh Family Resource Centre

Job Ref: NI058/17

Area(s): Northern Ireland

Based: You will be based at Barnardo’s Armagh Family Resource Centre.

Part Time: 22.2 hours per week Monday to Friday, worked to meet the exigencies of the service. hours per week

Fixed Term Six months initially

Salary: £23427 – £30448 p.a.

Please see information pack for full details
Note 1: Closing date: This post closes at 12.00 NOON Wednesday 23 August 2017. Strictly no applications will be accepted after this time.
Note 2: Your completed Barnardo’s Application Form must be emailed to people.ni@barnardos.org.uk in MS Word format only.
Note 3: We are unable to accept CVs as a primary source of information, Skydrive or Job Centre applications. Do not send CVs as a supplement to your application as only your application form will be forwarded to the Panel for consideration.
Note 4: To ensure a Fair Recruitment process, completed application forms must NOT be returned to the Service. Application forms will ONLY be accepted when returned to People Team NI mailbox before noon on the closing date.
Closing Date: 12.00 NOON Wednesday 23/08/2017. Interview Date(s): To be confirmed.

Please click here to apply

 

The Health and Care Professions Council

Lay Council Member

Closing date: 9am on Monday 18 September 2017

View advertisement: DoH 4 July 2017

 

NI Housing Executive

The following posts are currently being advertised by the Northern Ireland Housing Executive.  Further details may be obtained on the NIHE website @: http://www.nihe.gov.uk/index/services/jobs.htm

2017-117 Non Executive Member – Direct Labour Organisation (DLO) Performance & Development Committee 25th August, 2017 4.30pm LOCATION: HQ

SALARY: £2000 per annum

Job Background

The Board of the Northern Ireland Housing Executive wishes to appoint an Independent External Member to its Direct Labour Organisation (DLO) Performance and Development Committee.

The in-house DLO continues to deliver a response maintenance service to almost 29,000 homes in North, South and West Belfast, as well as Craigavon and Coleraine.  The current DLO business consists of 440 staff (including agency staff), with running costs of £20.6m per annum. Alongside the response maintenance service, staff are also engaged in the delivery of a grounds maintenance service, the motor vehicle workshop and electrical health and safety inspections. The DLO delivers the response repairs services from depots located in each of the current three contract areas: in Belfast, from a leased depot in Stockman’s Way, in Portadown from Annagh Hill and in Coleraine, from a depot at Hillmans Way. A skills training matrix, together with gap analysis, is underway to formulate a training plan for each operative that is tailored to their role within the DLO.

 

Performance and service delivery are measured against organisational Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and reported monthly to the Performance Review Group and quarterly to the DLO Performance and Development Committee which consists of three Housing Executive Board Members and two Independent Members.

The DLO aims to meet challenging targets on repair quality and repair completion, provide continual training to develop a highly skilled and committed workforce, and develop best in class and best value models. It also aims to achieve customer satisfaction targets and support the Housing Executive on its Journey to Excellence.

Further information, including detailed job requirements and application form, is available from our website or by:

Telephone: 03448 920900

Email: recruit@nihe.gov.uk

2017-120 Non Executive Member – Audit & Risk Assurance Committee 25th August 2017 4.30pm LOCATION: HQ

Salary: £2000 per annum

Job Background

The Board of the Northern Ireland Housing Executive wishes to appoint an Independent External Member to its Audit & Risk Assurance Committee.

Internal Audit is viewed as integral in enhancing accountability and general corporate performance in the public sector and has evolved to take a more comprehensive view of public sector performance.  In this environment Audit & Risk Assurance Committees play a pivotal role in enhancing corporate governance in the public sector in general, and the Northern Ireland Housing Executive specifically, by providing an independent oversight over our governance, including  our systems of internal controls.

The Audit & Risk Assurance Committee within the Northern Ireland Housing Executive has set a tone of strong corporate governance with members having the skills, experience and expertise to effectively develop the culture.  The Committee has responsibility for oversight over the effective functioning of Internal Audit to ensure that we fulfil our duty to be accountable and transparent to the public while achieving our objectives effectively, efficiently, economically and ethically.

Principles of the Audit & Risk Assurance Committee

The Audit & Risk Assurance Committee is responsible for advising the Board and Accounting Officer on risk management, internal control and governance requirements. The Audit & Risk Assurance Committee should be independent and objective and its members should have an appropriate skills mix. In particular, the Audit & Risk Assurance Committee should possess knowledge/skills/experience in:

Risk Management

Corporate Governance

Financial and Economic Management

Accounting

Audit

Technical or specialist issues pertinent to the organisation’s business.

Further information, including detailed job requirements and application form, is available from our website or by:

Telephone: 03448 920900

Email: recruit@nihe.gov.uk

 

 

 

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 and Newtownabbey Borough Council – view
  • Belfast Health and Social Care Trust – view
  • Invest NI – view
  • Queen’s University – view
  • Translink – view
  • Ulster University – view

 

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

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

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