North Belfast Partnership brings people and government together to make north Belfast a place that people will want to live and work in.
North Belfast Partnership is supported by the Department for Social Development to deliver Government’s Neighbourhood Renewal Strategy – “People and Place”. Neighbourhood Renewal is a cross-cutting government strategy which aims to reduce the social and economic inequalities which characterise disadvantaged areas. The Neighbourhood Renewal Strategy is delivered locally through 6 Neighbourhood Renewal Partnerships across north Belfast and the greater Shankill Area. The Partnership wishes to recruit 4 Neighbourhood Renewal Coordinators to work with the Neighbourhood Renewal Partnerships in the following areas.
3 full time posts in the following areas Inner North Belfast, Crumlin/Ardoyne and Upper Ardoyne/Ballysillan
1 part time posts (20 hours) in the following area - Greater Shankill.
Please state on your application if you are interested in a full time or part time post.
NJC Salary Scale Point 22 i.e. £19817 per annum (pro rata)
Essential criteria – Third level qualification in a relevant discipline (e.g. community development) or
- at least 3 years’ experience of working in a community development or urban regeneration setting in either a social, education, economic, or health setting.
- experience of working with local government, funding bodies or community groups to deliver projects.
- experience of generic development support work with specific reference to committee secretariat work, inter-sectoral and inter-agency liaison, research and funding proposals.
- All applicants should be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office suite of software.
Fixed term posts until 31st March 2015.
Application forms and information packs can be obtained by e-mailing email@example.com or by writing to Joanne Campbell, North Belfast Partnership, Unit 42-44 North City Business Centre, 2 Duncairn Gardens, Belfast BT15 2GG – Tel 02890 752990.
Closing Date for applications is 12.00 noon on Friday 22 November, 2013.
North Belfast Partnership welcomes applications from men and women irrespective of their marital status, religion, political opinion, race or disability.
These posts are funded by Belfast Regeneration Office.