• Belfast
  • £ £19.76
  • Contract
  • project manager -2


Stormont Estate – Knockview Buildings, Castle Buildings or Stormont Castle. Some home/hybrid working may be available by agreement with the manager.


    Job Description including Main Duties / Purpose of Job/Function of Role


The main job activities of the post are included in the list below. It should be noted that not all those listed apply to each post on offer.


    Contribute to the development of policy to deliver against The Executive Office (TEO) / Ministerial requirements including in international, economic and social arenas.


    Carrying out research, including policy precedent and legislative, in order to draft papers for approval of the Grade 7.


    Working with departmental solicitors and legislative drafters to support the development of new legislation.


    Provide sufficiently detailed and sound evidence-based recommendations to management in a timely manner, taking account of political and/or stakeholder sensitivities.


    Work closely and collaboratively with NICS officials, officials in other jurisdictions, community groups and other stakeholders to build effective networks and positive working relationships in support of the branch objectives and Ministerial and Executive outcomes.


    Support the Grade 7 to enable them to support to the First Minister, deputy First Minister and/or Junior Ministers in the Assembly during any debates.


    Preparation of Ministerial/Senior Management briefings, submissions and Lines to Take, producing draft responses to AQWs/AQOs and drafting responses to correspondence cases and invitations.


    Supporting the development of contingency plans.


    Support the Grade 7 in the management of programmes including timely monitoring and evaluation.


    Monitor budgets in line with Department of Finance, Treasury and departmental guidance.


    Operate day to day governance arrangements associated with the sponsorship of Arms Length Bodies.


    Identify improvements to support and enhance service delivery, providing innovative solutions to challenges.


    Develop draft branch business plan, risk register and business continuity plan, providing regular updates to management on progress against targets/outcomes.


    Encourage the development of staff skills and knowledge to ensure the best possible results at work ensuring that the development needs of the team are identified and met in the most effective and efficient way.


    Manage staff performance and attendance in line with agreed procedures.


    Represent TEO at meetings, events, conferences as required.


    Any other duties as may be required which are appropriate to the grade.




    Essential Experience/Qualifications required. (This should be kept to a minimum to have a broader selection of suitable candidates)


Qualification Requirement

2 A levels or equivalent.

Experience/Competence Requirement

At least 3 years’ experience at middle management level in playing a key role in the introduction of a major policy, project or service.


to apply send your cv through the link or call Caroline on 02890 (720105)

Apply for this vacancy


    Recently Posted Vacancies

    Governance Officer Victims and Survivors Service

    • Belfast
    • £ 16.18
    • Contract
    • vss -987

    Governance Officer Victims and Survivors Service

    Contract post until June 2022

    Salary £16.18 per hour 

    Hours – 37 per week 9-5 (working from home)


    Job Description


    The key elements that constitute the role of the Governance Officer for the Victims and Survivors Service are as follows: 


    Management of Governance and Controls 

    • Manage the governance function within the VSS through the use of appropriate systems, processes, policies, procedures and practices. 

    • Ensure the appropriate governance procedures, controls and structures are in place for the safe, effective, efficient and economic management of public funds. 

    • Analyse and make recommendations on reports from Verification Officers with regard to financial systems and the effective management and accounting of publicly funded grant aid.
    • Oversee verification visits of organisations funded by VSS, ensuring management control systems operate satisfactorily.

    • Contribute to and compile VSS month-end reports, in respect of the governance function, as necessary.

    • Regularly report to VSS senior management on any non-compliance and governance irregularities and provide ‘best practice’ recommendations for improvement.

    • Monitor that expenditure incurred is eligible and that procurement activities are carried out in line with VSS policy and procedures.

    • Routinely monitor verification of expenditure against budgets and provide reports to management as necessary. 

    • Develop governance procedures and guidance notes for distribution internally and to funded organisations.

    • Maintain, manage and follow-up all audit recommendations, irregularities and suspected fraud cases. 
    • Initiate and manage the VSS Debt Recovery Procedure to ensure any risk to public funds is minimised. 

    • Assess organisations’ risk level of non-compliance and establish and maintain a risk register to determine the scope of the audit work required to meet with governance requirements.

    • Contribute to the review of monitoring and evaluation of VSS’ funding schemes, policies and procedures, projects and programmes.


    • Liaise with internal and external auditors; implement recommendations and manage the implementation plan.


    • Provide effective professional guidance and recommendations to the Finance and Governance Manager and SMT in relation to the delivery of governance.

    People Management 


    • Liaise with the Finance and Governance Manager and HR to ensure that the function has the right distribution of people, with the right knowledge and skills and that HR policies are implemented correctly.


    • Work with HR, manage the recruitment process of governence staff and the management of supervision and CPD arrangements.


    • Provide supervision, specialist training on bespoke systems and support to the corporate services team and wider teams, where appropriate to ensure assessed training needs of staff are met.


    • Complete performance management routines and the monitoring of probationary periods for staff within the governance function.


    • Lead, support, and work with other members of the team on day-to-day business and contributing to the smooth running of the business, ensuring clear communication of relevant business information at all times.


    • Ensure that management structures and practices within the corporate services function support a culture of effective team working, continuous improvement and innovation.


    Personal Development, Performance and Professionalism

    • Endeavour to ensure the ongoing confidence of VSS stakeholders, maintaining high standards of personal accountability.
    • Have excellent interpersonal skills and the self-motivation required to facilitate liaison with professional and senior management within stakeholder organisations.
    • Work outside standard business hours (9-5pm) and therefore will need to be flexible in terms of availability. 
    • Additional duties, appropriate to the grade, at the request of VSS management, may be allocated.


    Personnel Specification


    Essential Criteria:


    Applicants should be aware that after an eligibility sift, should it be necessary to shortlist candidates to go forward to interview, this will be done by carrying out an objective evaluation of the information provided by candidates against the eligibility criteria, so that only those candidates who demonstrate by example that they meet the criteria will be invited to interview. 


    If an applicant does not provide sufficient detail against each individual criterion, including the appropriate dates/timeframes required to meet the eligibility criteria, the selection panel will reject the application. Please do NOT refer to other sections of the application form.


    By the closing date for applications, candidates must demonstrate that they fulfil each of the following essential criteria:


    1. Qualified or part-qualified in a finance or audit related discipline.  




    1. A minimum of 2 years’ practical experience in each of the following areas:


    • Managing relationships with internal or external auditors, including the implementation of audit recommendations. 


    • Reconciling complex financial information.


    • Working with financial and non-financial information to prepare reports and make recommendations to senior management.


    • Developing and implementing controls and have an awareness of the grant verification process.


    • Developing processes and procedures within a financial environment.


    • Experience of working with a diverse range of stakeholders.




    If the candidate is not qualified or part-qualified in a finance or audit related discipline, VSS will accept a minimum of 5 years’ practical experience in each of the following areas:

    • Managing relationships with internal or external auditors, including the implementation of audit recommendations. 


    • Reconciling complex financial information.


    • Working with financial and non-financial information to prepare reports and make recommendations to senior management.


    • Developing and implementing controls and have an awareness of the grant verification process.


    • Developing processes and procedures within a financial environment.


    • Experience of working with a diverse range of stakeholders.


    NOTE: Clear evidence must be provided of all the elements of each criterion in the application form, giving specific length of experience, examples and dates. It is not sufficient to simply provide a list of duties and responsibilities. The selection panel will not make assumptions from the title of an applicant’s post or the nature of the organisation, as to your individual role or the skills and experience gained. 


    Apply for this vacancy


      Recently Posted Vacancies

      Digital Marketing Officer tourism ni

      • Belfast
      • £ 16.18
      • Contract
      • tourism ni

      Digital Marketing Officer tourism ni

      location – working from home at the moment however normal location is Bedford Street, Belfast
      Hours – 37 per week
      Salary -£16.18 per hour
      immediate start

      Digital Marketing Officer (SO) – Outline Job Description.


      • To support the delivery of Tourism Northern Ireland’s marketing campaigns in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.


      • Specifically, to work alongside colleagues in the Marketing Team to support the implementation of a programme of paid, owned and earned digital marketing activity.


      • This will include working closely with a roster of agencies to evaluate media plans and strategies and supporting campaign activity including search, social media and display advertising.


      • To evaluate the effectiveness of this activity and work with agency partners to optimise activity and produce evaluation reports to inform future decisions.


      • To support the implementation of the influencer marketing and brand partnership strategies in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.


      • This will include devising itineraries for influencers, making the necessary arrangements with industry partners and following internal governance and control measures.


      • Support the implementation of Tourism Northern Ireland’s Always On digital marketing strategy including social media, email marketing and search.


      Required Experience – 3rd level qualification in business related or marketing field and at least 2 years relevant experience in a digital marketing role, in either a client or agency environment; or at least 4 years relevant experience in a digital marketing role, in either a client or agency environment.


      Personal Effectiveness


      1. Excellent communication skills (oral and written) with both internal and external stakeholders


      1. Sound negotiation, interpersonal and leadership skills to include partnering with others



      1. Sound organisational and planning skills including the ability to work to strict deadlines and prioritise tasks


      1. Excellent IT/Computer Literacy skills


      1. The ability to work within a Team environment, on own initiative and take the lead where necessary.

      to apply send your cv through the link or call Caroline on 02890 (720105)

      Apply for this vacancy


        Recently Posted Vacancies


        • Belfast
        • £ 52,026
        • Contract
        • vet98

        Veterinary Research Officer
        £52, 026

        Hours – Full time – 37 per week

        Main Duties

        The Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute (AFBI) is required to provide the most efficient and cost effective testing facilities to deliver diagnostic and statutory testing which it carries out for its principal customer the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs(DAERA).

        DSIB virology provides a statutory and diagnostic service for DAERA the farming community and commercial customers, testing samples received for the presence of viruses, viral antibodies, suspect epizootic diseases and notifiable diseases including Johne’s disease. The DSIB virology section is also an approved designated laboratory for testing bovine tissue samples for the presence of BVDV as part of the compulsory BVD virus eradication programmes in the Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland; Scotland.

        DSIB also operates the AFBI Cattle Health Scheme which provides framework for voluntary eradication and disease control programmes. Benefits of this scheme include improved disease control, improved profitability, advice on biosecurity and certification of herd health status with regard
        to bovine viral diarrhoea (BVD), infectious bovine rhinotracheitis (IBR), leptospirosis, neosporosis and Johne’s disease.

        The duties of the post are likely to include the following:

        1. Herd Health Programmes
        The person will be expected to play a key role in the promotion and delivery of a range of laboratory-based herd health initiatives. These include primarily the AFBI Cattle Health Scheme which is provided to herd owners for assistance in the control of the main non-statutory diseases of cattle (as above) and testing in support of local and national BVD eradication programmes, as well as the provision of advice on biosecurity and certification of cattle health status for these diseases.

        2. Animal Disease Diagnosis and Surveillance
        This work includes animal disease diagnosis and surveillance and participation in statutory and other testing programmes carried out by AFBI on behalf of a wide range of customers including private veterinary surgeons, poultry farmers, government departments and other organisations.

        Components of the work will include the scheduling, interpreting and reporting the results of wide range of diagnostic tests including clinical chemistry, bacteriology, virology, serology and parasitology to private veterinary practitioners and other customers. The person will also be expected to provide veterinary and scientific input to the effective and efficient running of the relevant laboratory work areas.

        3. Management
        Assisting senior management in the management of staff and other resources as required. This may include contributing to the preparation of business plans, staff reporting, management of budgets and where necessary ensuring compliance with health and safety, biocontainment and other relevant legislation. This may also involve troubleshooting laboratory queries where required.

        4. Technology/Knowledge Transfer
        Undertaking technology/knowledge transfer and representational duties as required. These will include presenting at local, national or international veterinary, agricultural and other scientific meetings and preparing advisory articles, disease surveillance reports, scientific and other publications.

        5. Veterinary and Scientific Advice
        The person will be expected to provide expert veterinary and scientific advice on animal disease matters to veterinary practitioners, farmers, industry and government.

        6. Other Duties
        Veterinary Research Officers may be required to carry out duties other than those listed above, according to AFBI’s business need including as part of the Institute’s response to a major epizootic disease, food- chain or other emergency. They may also be required to teach university or other students, and to carry out duties under the Animal Scientific Procedures Act.

        The person may be required to travel locally, nationally or internationally in order to perform the duties of the posts. They may also be required to occasionally work outside normal office hours, particularly in relation to animal disease or food chain emergency incidents.

        The above is not meant to be an exhaustive list but to provide a good indication of the main duties of the post. The emphasis on particular duties will vary over time according to business needs.


        Specific Experience Required

        • A veterinary medicine degree registerable with RCVS and experience to include 2 years’ experience working in production animal veterinary practice in the last 10 years
        • Experience of working in a laboratory environment would be beneficial
        • Effective communication skills
        • Ability to work successfully as part of a team
        • Self motivated
        • Ability to work flexible working hours
        • Good IT skills to include use of MS Word and MS Excel.

        Apply for this vacancy


          Recently Posted Vacancies

          Digital Marketing Lead

          • Lisburn
          • £ 27,183
          • Contract
          • SMC/MARK

          Would you like to be part of a growing successful organisation?  Is stability, support and personal growth important to you?  Our client in Lisburn with an international customer base has opportunities for a Digital Marketing Lead to join their existing team due to an increase in orders and continued growth plans.  This a small friendly and down to earth supportive team seeking like minded individuals to join them.


          The role

          The role of the digital marketing lead will include developing and implementing digital marketing campaigns, coordinate and develop social media channels i.e advertising, competitions etc, assistant in management of social and google ad campaigns, coordinate and develop email marketing calendar, development and population of website i.e product launches, translations, landing pages, implement best practices in UX, SEO and optimisation throughout digital content. Additional duties will include provide digital marketing support to international channels, support app and software development, keep up to date with digital trends, conduct market research and any admin duties in relation to this 


          You will have:

          You will be creative, driven and passionate about all things digital.  You will be an organised and strategic thinker and eager to learn and develop in a marketing team.  

          • 3 years experience in a similar role
          • Degree in marketing or related discipline
          • Facebook/ Google ad experience
          • Google analytics experience
          • SEO knowledge
          • Experience updating various web contact


          Please send your CV to Stephanie on or give Stephanie a call to discuss on 02892668330


          Apply for this vacancy


            Recently Posted Vacancies

            Customer Care Support Officer

            • Lisburn
            • £ 20,200
            • Contract
            • SMC/LIS

            Would you like to be part of a growing successful organisation?  Is stability, support and personal growth important to you?  Our client in Lisburn with an international customer base has opportunities for two Customer Care Support Officers to join their existing team due to an increase in orders and continued growth plans.  This a small friendly and down to earth supportive team seeking like minded individuals to join them.

            The Role:
            Supported by an experienced team you will manage a portfolio of customers.  You will provide comprehensive customer support on a range of established products via email and phone calls as well as investigative support on orders as required.  As part of the role some data metric reporting may be required on request at Director level.
            Ideal Applicant:
            Proven track record in a customer function / focused role.
            Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
            Team player
            – All Covid safety measures in place  – modern office environment. 
            – Lisburn, free parking available.
            – Training and support on hand
            – Contract roles available for up to 1 year  – bright future opportunities
            – Hours Mon- Thurs 8am – 4.30pm  / Fri 8am – 2pm
            – £20,200 pro rata.

            Apply for this vacancy


              Recently Posted Vacancies

              Information Analyst /lead economist

              • £ 19.76
              • Contract

              Our client, a leading public sector organisation, based in Belfast are looking to recruit a lead economist/ (Consumer Council) to join their team.

              The role is available immediately. Placement is available until 31st March 2022 with the potential for a further 12 month extension.

              Hourly pay: £19.76

              37 hours per week Monday to Friday.

              Key Responsibilities:

              1. To manage a small team of economists/researchers within the Strategy and Emerging Markets team.
              2. To ensure the achievement of objectives as set out in The Consumer Council’s Corporate Plan and Forward Work Programme.
              3. Manage a programme of research and insight projects to inform public policy, legislation and regulation, and shape consumer behaviours.
              4. Manage budget in accordance with organisational procedures and processes.
              5. To proactively support the wider organisation to design, deliver and write-up quantitative and qualitative research projects.

              Essential Criteria:

              • This post requires a candidate with strong analytical/ research skills therefore a candidate with a Level 6 qualification in which a major component is economics or statistics is preferable.
              • Experience of managing research and/or analytical staff
              • Experience of project management with strong organisational and time management skills, and using own initiative to problem solve and be solutions-focused.
              • Strong experience of using MS Excel in the workplace.
              • Strong attention to detail and an ability to proof-read effectively, especially in relation to numbers and statistics.
              • Strong ability to interpret data and present data in a user-friendly way.
              • Experience of working in a busy team with lots of ad hoc quantitative requests.
              • Experience of writing up quantitative research findings, e.g. survey results, into reports/bulletins.

              To apply please send your CV

              Apply for this vacancy


                Recently Posted Vacancies

                Project Support Administrator AFBI

                • BELFAST REMOTE WORKING
                • £ 11.11
                • Contract


                Pay rate: £11.11 per hour. Monday to Friday 9 to 5 (37 hours per week)

                To provide general administrative and data analysis support to
                Project Managers delivering the Animal Health Sciences Building,
                Laboratory Information Systems and site strategic projects within the
                Veterinary Sciences Division, Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute.


                General Admin support tasks as appropriate.
                Document management:
                i) Formatting documents for distribution, presentations / meetings etc.
                ii) Collating & tabulating returned information.
                iii) Archiving records.
                iv) Transferring live & archive documents to EDRMS including
                identification of site strategic documents.
                v) Annotation of maps and creation of documents as directed.
                Information management:
                i) Minute taking at meetings and workshops.
                ii) Following up on requests of information with internal and
                external stakeholders including design teams.
                iii) Tabulating returned information and archiving records.
                iv) Updating of issues logs.
                v) Directed research and information collation of site strategic
                vi) Updating displayed layouts of new building (Stage 4).
                Stakeholder Management:
                i) Stakeholder engagement (internal & external) with AFBI, CPD, ICT,
                DAERA, NIEA, Island Proj Team, contractors for e.g.
                ii) Schedule stakeholders meetings & workshops on behalf of
                HoSP, AHSB & LIMS PMs.

                relevant to role

                Qualification in business management, business studies, IT or
                scientific background would be an advantage.
                Strong organisational and administrative skills with a solid knowledge
                of office procedures.
                The ability to prioritise tasks and manage own workload. A strong
                attention to detail is essential.
                The applicant must be proficient in MS Office, including MS Outlook,
                MS Word, MS Excel and MS Powerpoint, familiar with electronic
                records document management systems and be willing to
                demonstrate this upon appointment. Must have experience of data
                analysis or data input using Microsoft Office software and
                management of spreadsheets.
                The applicant must have the ability to:
                – Primary role will be the maintenance of accurate datasets for


                individual projects. The efficient retrieval and analysis of datasets via
                the use of spreadsheets and electronic data management software.
                – Organize and maintain filing systems on EDRMS for the storage of
                important and confidential documents. Ensure relevant electronic and
                hard copy records are kept up to date and filing and retrieval system is
                – Assist in the preparation and formatting of MS presentations and
                reports as assigned by project managers.
                – Coordinate the arrangement of in-house, external meetings,
                workshops and events for senior staff. This includes the
                maintenance of calendars and schedules.
                – Coordinate and implement the production and distribution of
                information and briefing papers, taking and typing minutes of
                meetings and follow up on enquiries and action points raised.
                – Perform standard administrative office duties, e.g. photocopying,
                binding, answering phones, transcribing notes.

                Apply for this vacancy


                  Recently Posted Vacancies

                  HR Business Partner

                  • Co Tyrone
                  • £ DOE
                  • Contract
                  • CGM01

                  This highly respected business is seeking a HR generalist to join the team for a maternity cover contract.  the client operates within the engineering sector and therefore a previous history in this area would be desired but certainly not shortlisting criteria.

                  • The main purpose of the role – will be to support the unit/ business Managers with generalist HR supoort ie: absence management, 1:1’s performance reviews, sickness policy etc..
                  • Other main areas of support would be in recruitment and selection  – previous experience of recruitment and selection methods would be essential.  The business employs both engineering / production staff and business support staff.
                  • Data capture and analysis as required by the business.

                  The desired applicant  – will have a minimum of 2 years HR generalist experience in which they delivered advice on fundemental employee management areas such as those mentioned above.  You must have current legislative knowledge.  this is a supportive role and therefore a proactive and approachable manner is paramount.  A relevant degree and or/ CIPD level 5 would be desired.

                  Full details provided on provision of a CV.

                  Apply for this vacancy


                    Recently Posted Vacancies

                    Finance and Project Manager - 15 months fixed term

                    • East Belfast
                    • £ 35000
                    • Contract

                    Our client is interested in recruiting for a Finance and Project Manager to join their team on a 15 month fixed term contract based in the East Belfast Area

                    Job role – Finance and Project Manager

                    Location – East Belfast, although work from home at beginning

                    Hours – 36 hours per week ( Full time )

                    Annual leave – 25 days annual leave plus 11 public/bank holidays per annum

                    Length of role – maximum 15 month fixed term contract

                    Salary – 35k plus per annum ( based on experience )

                    Reports to – Financial Controller

                    Reporting – Finance team (x4)

                    Job purpose

                    To undertake continuous management of financial systems and budgets, to offer financial advice, audit accounts and provide trustworthy information about financial records within the company. This includes process and control of accounting systems, financial reporting, taxation and auditing. Project accounting will be a major component of the role in addition to taking a significant role on financial projects to include processing and control, systems set up and roll out to other countries.

                    Job Responsibilities

                    • Ensuring all financial systems, processes and practices comply with all legal requirements and obligations, as well as the department and the department International standards.
                    • Ensuring timely and accurate financial planning, management and monitoring for the organisation including the preparation of monthly management information, accounts, statutory financial and statistical regulations and returns (including VAT).
                    • Responsible for supporting the financial controller in the production of annual accounts and general financial reporting to the agreed timetable.
                    • Liaising with finance colleagues to ensure accurate and timely collation of data for audit purposes. • Supporting the external audit process.
                    • To be responsible for the project accounting systems and contract management.
                    • Supporting the management of the financial year end processes in line with required regulations including SORP, ensure the preparation and production of Statutory Financial Statements / accounts, statistical regulations and liaise with internal and external auditors to ensure all requirements are met for all of the legal entities.
                    • Assisting with the system set up and roll out of accounting systems to other countries.
                    • Deputising for the Financial Controller where required

                    Reporting, Management Information and Budgeting

                    • Develop, institute, and manage effective financial reporting systems to ensure accuracy, integrity and transparency, and to support the activities of the organisation, in line with statutory obligations and International standards.
                    • Ensure all Finance information, produced and kept, is accurate and updated so as to provide strategic, tactical and proactive Ml, KPI and financial reporting to support the effective management of the business and drive performance.
                    • Provide financial reports and on-going information for grant support applications to governments and institutions etc. and to external bodies and agencies as required including International financial reporting requirements (specifically CONSOL).
                    • Provide up to date supporter financial claims and processing of Data


                    • Have responsibility for the planning and development of The Finance Team workload to ensure the provision of timely and accurate management information, including monthly management accounts.
                    • Ensure the Finance team, interns and volunteers are recruited, inducted, trained, managed and appraised in accordance Oxfam needs, policies and procedures including regular team meetings, identifying key performance indicators, work performance assessment etc. to ensure sustained improvement.
                    • Promote innovation, continuous improvements and assist change management to drive efficiencies within the Finance Team and throughout the organisation.
                    • Develop effective communication within the Finance Team and also among other staff within the organisation.


                    • Build effective working relationships internally, and externally, with key stakeholders
                    • Maintain active membership of relevant networks and keep up to date with developments in the external environment, relevant research, and legislative requirements; while ensuring the Financial Controller is fully informed of relevant developments and their implications.
                    • Support department and organisation wide projects including successful implementation, management and maintenance of all financial systems and other technologies as required and agreed.
                    • Act at all times in the best interests of the department while continually promoting the vision and mission within all sections of the community, as well as the media and/ or at appropriate events as agreed.
                    • Represent the department as appropriate on internal and external bodies (including International), working groups and events.
                    • Maintain an excellent standard of internal and external oral, written and electronic communications in accordance with the departments communication guidelines.
                    • Be accountable for internal communications regarding Finance and support the organisation internal communications strategy as appropriate.
                    • Carry out any other reasonable tasks relevant to the post as agreed

                    JOB REQUIREMENTS


                    • Relevant professional qualifications e.g. CIMA or ACCA
                    • 1-2 years managing staff
                    • Professional managerial experience within the finance discipline, including management and statutory reporting processes
                    • Demonstrable experience of effective staff management
                    • Experience of leading projects of Financial system improvement
                    • A high level of skills in budgeting and forecasting


                    • Experience in completing and reviewing financial and procedural audits
                    • Experience in multi-annual grant management systems
                    • Advanced Excel Skills
                    • An excellent standard of internal and external oral, written and electronic communication skills

                    Other requirements

                    • Strong written and oral English and interpersonal skills
                    • Flexible approach to working hours – ability to work evening and weekends if necessary
                    • Strong commitment to the departments mission and values.
                    • Eligibility to work in Ireland and UK.

                    Key Attributes

                    • Ability to demonstrate sensitivity to cultural differences and gender issues, as well as the commitment to equal opportunities.
                    • Ability to demonstrate an openness and willingness to learn about the application of gender/gender mainstreaming, women’s rights, and diversity for all aspects of development work.
                    • Commitment to safeguarding policies to ensure all people who come into contact with as safe as possible

                    Additional information

                    This post has all-island responsibility, based in Belfast with a requirement to be regularly present in both Dublin and Belfast office locations as needed. Other travel within Ireland and internationally will be required as will support and visits internationally. The postholder will take a pro-active, strategic approach to financial systems development and operation, supporting and strengthening specialist, but non-financial department managers in the handling of financial aspects of their work, especially vis a vis our overseas programme. As we are a volunteer-based organisation, and so have frequent direct dealings with donors and other supporters, tact and courtesy are essential at all times. Staff are required to have a degree of flexibility in their work and attitude, to co-operate with colleagues and volunteers to ensure the efficient, effective and economic use of the resources. The post holder will also be able to open and close the store as necessary.

                    If interested in this role and meet all criteria please send an updated CV across to with ‘Finance and Project Manager – East Belfast’ in the subject title.

                    Apply for this vacancy


                      Recently Posted Vacancies