Job Opportunities


TOWARDS TOMORROW TOGETHER

Are you a dynamic and creative person with the passion to help us achieve our vision of an education system that is based on all children learning together in Northern Ireland?

Are you interested in joining an ambitious, dedicated team of campaigners working to shape the future of education in this society?

We are currently recruiting for two positions:

Advocacy Officer: Full-time, Temporary (up to 31 March 2017)

Project Development Officer: Full-time, Temporary (up to one year)
NB A secondment would be considered.

 

 

Advocacy Officer: Full-time, Temporary (up to 31 March 2017)

The work of the Advocacy Officer will enable the Integrated Education Fund to influence government policy and practice, maximising the impact of the IEF’s advocacy work. The person appointed will play a key role in the development and implementation of all communications and public affairs aspects of the IEF’s Advocacy Strategy through information gathering, analysis, and dissemination.

Salary: NJC Scale Points 29-34 (currently £24,892 – £28,922 p.a.) depending on experience.

Full details of essential and desirable criteria for this post, as well as the IEF’s Alternative Manifesto and the current issue of the IEF newsletter Learning Together, are contained in the application pack available to download – please see links below.

Packs are also available by post from:
Janine Turner, Integrated Education Fund, 41-43 University Street, Belfast, BT7 1FY.
T: 028 9033 0031 E: janine@ief.org.uk

Please note – CVs will not be accepted.

Closing date for receipt of completed application forms: 12 noon on Monday 28 July 2014. Applications received by email or fax, or after the closing date will not be accepted. Interviews will take place in the week beginning 11 August 2014 (date to be decided by the IEF).

The Integrated Education Fund is an independent charitable trust that raises funds locally, nationally and internationally both to provide a financial foundation for the development and growth of integrated education and to increase opportunities for meaningful sharing in education across the community in Northern Ireland.  The IEF values diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

 

Application Pack

How to apply

Copy of the IEF’s Alternative Manifesto

Copy of the latest issue of the IEF newsletter, Learning Together

Job Description and Person Specification

Application Form including Monitoring Form and Health Questionnaire

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Project Development Officer: Full-time, Temporary (up to one year)

NB A secondment would be considered.

The Project Development Officer will be responsible for managing and delivering specific projects as directed by the Campaign Director (often in partnership with external grant making organisations) and will help produce and develop funding proposals for projects to be presented to other Trusts and Foundations and international funding bodies. In addition, the postholder will provide policy support to the Chief Executive by preparing accessible and succinct policy statements, papers, submissions and reports with relevant statistics.

Salary: NJC Scale Points 29-34 (currently £24,892 – £28,922 p.a.) depending on experience.

Full details of essential and desirable criteria for this post, as well as three relevant IEF publications, are contained in the application pack available to download – please see links below.

Packs are also available by post from:
Janine Turner, Integrated Education Fund, 41-43 University Street, Belfast, BT7 1FY.
T: 028 9033 0031 E: janine@ief.org.uk

Please note – CVs will not be accepted.

Closing date for receipt of completed application forms (hard copy only): 12 noon on Monday 28 July 2014.  Applications received by email or fax, or after the closing date will not be accepted. Interviews will take place in the week beginning 11 August 2014 (date to be decided by the IEF).

The Integrated Education Fund is an independent charitable trust that raises funds locally, nationally and internationally both to provide a financial foundation for the development and growth of integrated education and to increase opportunities for meaningful sharing in education across the community in Northern Ireland.

The IEF values diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

 

Application Pack

How to apply

Copy of Welcoming Newcomer & Minority Ethnic Pupils in Northern Ireland

Copy of the IEF’s Alternative Manifesto

Copy of the latest issue of the IEF newsletter, Learning Together

Job Description and Person Specification

Application Form including Monitoring Form and Health Questionnaire

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