10 jobs in the charity and voluntary sector in Northern Ireland.
Community Group Executive- Action Cancer, Belfast
The role holder will be responsible for maintaining and managing a network of volunteer fundraising support groups throughout NI, managing income expectations and targets and reporting regularly on the overall performance of each group. Applicants should possess a third level qualification and experience in Marketing/Fundraising/Client Relations/PR in a work environment.
Development Manager- Historic Royal Palaces, Hillsborough
This is a new role, in which the successful candidate will have considerable impact on the future of the castle by creating significant sustainable new revenue streams. Maximising the opportunities presented by their programme, the post holder will be responsible for building a base of local support among individuals, businesses and charitable foundations. Candidates should have a minimum of three years’ experience.
Positive Behaviour Practitioner- The Cedar Foundation, Belfast
The post holder will work as a behavioural practitioner to provide specialist assessment and intervention for adults with a Learning Disability, who also display challenging behaviour and or mental health difficulties and who are in need of timely intervention and support on a daily basis. A degree level qualification in a relevant Health and Social Care/Education area, with live registration with their respective professional body if appropriate, is essential for this role.
Senior Human Resources Business Partner- Habinteg, Holywood
Habinteg is seeking to appoint a Senior HR Business Partner to join their HR team who will be responsible for leading, developing and guiding the HR team to provide effective support to their functional team. Additional responsibilities will include assisting the Director of Organisational Change in the deployment of a range of innovative projects and delivering in-house training across the broad range of HR topics.
Management Accountant- Concern Worldwide, Belfast
Concern (UK) is recruiting for a Management Accountant to join their Finance and Operations Department to manage the financial process of Concern Worldwide UK. The main responsibilities of this role include month end procedures, management accounts and board reporting. Applicants should note this is a full-time, permanent role based either in their London or Belfast office.
Head of Care Services- Cancer Focus NI, Belfast
Holding the role of Lead Nurse within Cancer Focus NI, the post holder will take responsibility for the development and management of Cancer Focus Northern Ireland Care Services, ensuring the highest levels of professional practice. As a member of the Senior Management Team, the successful candidate will additionally contribute to the overall management of Cancer Focus NI.
Volunteer Co-Ordinator- Advice NI, Belfast
Advice NI is currently seeking a Volunteer Co-Ordinator to oversee the development, growth and sustainability of volunteering across the Advice NI network. The post holder will work closely with the membership support team to promote a range of volunteering opportunities and the recruitment, induction and ongoing support of volunteers. A minimum of 2 years’ experience of recruiting, training and coordinating staff or volunteers is essential for this role.
Finance Officer- Brightwater Selection Ltd, Belfast
An opportunity has arisen for a Finance Officer to join a well-established charity in Belfast. The successful candidate will play a crucial role in the daily running of the organisation performing various bookkeeping and financial administration duties using accountancy software. Candidates should be highly analytical, with a working knowledge of a range of accountancy software.
Buttle UK Trustee- Buttle UK, Belfast
The Trustee will ensure that Buttle UK complies with its governing documents, Charity Law and all other relevant law and regulations. Trustees must be able to travel to London to attend four board meetings a year and contribute to other activities as appropriate. If the successful candidate is new to trusteeship, training and a mentor can be provided.
Support Care Workers- NIID, Bangor
NIID is seeking to recruit Support Care Workers would have demonstrable knowledge in the delivery of care and support to vulnerable adults with preferably a minimum of QCF Level 2 or equivalent. Responsibilities will include developing and maintaining up to date individualised Support Plans and continually monitoring and evaluating the service user’s needs.
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