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Stranmillis seeks lecturers for new academic year

12th June 2019

Education roles dominate the jobs market this week as schools and colleges seek teachers for the new academic year.

The roles include two lecturer posts at Stranmillis University College with specialism in early childhood education and health, physical activity and sport. They come with salaries of up to £43,276.

Meanwhile, Victoria College in South Belfast is looking for a temporary teacher of mathematics to A-level with key stage three games.

And in Co Tyrone, Drumragh Integrated College in Omagh has a post for a teacher of technology and design.

Elsewhere in education, Ballymena Academy and the Royal Belfast Academical Institution are seeking a sixth form private study supervisor, a teacher of English and maths and Spanish teachers.

The Northern Ireland Civil Service are also hiring, the Department for Infrastructure has three industrial 2 supervisor roles based in Eglinton, Derrykeighan and Mullaghbawn. They come with a weekly wage of up to £435.61.

And the Department for Communities, which is led by Permanent Secretary Tracy Meharg, is seeking a head of conservation with a salary of up to £40,473.

The post is described as “an exciting new leadership role which provides an opportunity to further develop collection management in the Public Records Office Northern Ireland (PRONI). The post holder will lead a range of preservation and conservation activity, according to the department.

“This is a great opportunity for someone looking to take their career to the next level, with the scope to influence and shape the direction of the conservation service,” reads the job description.

The successful candidate will be based at PRONI in the Titanic Quarter.

And in healthcare, the Northern Health and Social Care Trust has three consultant posts with professionalisms in emergency medicine, care of the elderly and microbiology.

The posts come on the market just as a new report reveals that the NHS is struggling to replace workers from EU nations who are leaving the UK.

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