Hate Crime Community Development Worker
Closing date: 18 Aug 2017
The project will employ a Bi-lingual Development worker. The worker will carry out development work in South Belfast to increase community confidence in particularly marginalised communities. The worker will bring together both local and BME individual co
The project is targeting the areas that currently have the highest number of hate incidents and crimes. The project will work closely with the PSNI and DPCSP to identify larger issues within the community that could lead to potential hate incidents and crimes.
The project is a timebound project that aims to work in a multidisciplinary way to take a proactive approach to tackling race hate crime and the causes of race hate crime. The worker will work closely with the Bi-lingual Support workers who support victims of race hate crime and harassment.
- Fixed term
- Part time
- 14 hours per week
For more information please contact:
Gabrielle Doherty firstname.lastname@example.org
BHSCT – Public Health Resource Assistant Band 3 Northern Ireland New Entrant Service
Organisation Belfast Health and Social Care Trust
Reference Number 50455604_EN
Salary £ 16434.00 – £ 19461.00 per annum pro rata.
Location MAUREEN SHEEHAN CENTRE
Contract Type Temporary
Hours Per Week 37.5 Hours Temporary (Sept 2019)
Additional Information Belfast Trust accepts online applications only
Job Closing Date and Time Aug 23, 2017 16:00
Interview Date TBC
Advice & Support Worker NICRAS
Closing date: 23 Aug 2017
The Post Holder will work as part of our Advice Team to provide a high quality telephone and face to face advice service. This is a 35 hours per week post, up to 31 March 17 (subject to funding). The Salary will be £22,937.00 pro rata. NJC Scale 6:26.
Post Title: Advice & Support Worker
Job Share – 35 hours per week
Reports to: Chair of the Executive Committee
Salary: NJC Scale 6 point 26 (£22,937); Pro rata 28 hours per week
Fixed term until 31 March 2018. Continuation is subject to funding.
NICRAS is a Refugee Community Organisation set up in 2002. As such, the administrator will be working with people from diverse backgrounds, with varying levels of English.
The aim of the post is to work in co-operation with the NICRAS Executive Committee to further develop NICRAS as a provider of relevant services and an effective voice for refugees in Northern Ireland.
- Fixed term
- Full time
- 35 hours per week