Working at the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland
EXCEPTIONAL LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITY
Salary scale: £74,912 - £84,122 per annum (under review)
Hours: 37 per week
Attractive pension and flexible working
We are looking for an exceptional leader to be our new Chief Executive.
Have you the potential to be a dynamic and impactful leader with a focus on outcomes and a proven record of working to build strong relationships across a diverse range of stakeholders. Work with us to create a better Northern Ireland.
Please read the candidate information booklet and job advertisement for more information.
The closing date for submitting completed applications is 12 noon on Monday 20th February 2023.
To arrange an informal conversation or request application forms please contact Joanne Kane or Angela Barratt of Headstogether Consulting Ltd.
Telephone: 028 90 424030
Making a difference!
Our staff are committed to building equality for all in Northern Ireland. Seeing that they make a difference to the lives of real people is the main reason why people work for us.
Just the job!
The work we do is challenging, varied and interesting. We offer a range of job roles from advice-giving to enforcement, all of them involve working with, and for, people. These roles include working in policy, research, legal, advice-giving, training, media relations, marketing, administration, human resources, finance and IT.
A great place to work!
The Equality Commission promotes a friendly and flexible work environment, with a strong commitment to staff training, professional development and employee satisfaction.
The Commission offers an excellent range of employee benefits including contributory pension, cycle to work and car parking schemes, season commuter ticket loans, learning and development opportunities, childcare vouchers and a range of flexible working options. We are based in central Belfast and easily accessed by by bus, car and rail.
Equality of Opportunity
The Equality Commission is striving to ensure that all sections of the community have fair and equal access to employment in the Commission irrespective of age, disability, marital status, gender, race, religious or political belief or sexual orientation and whether or not applicants have dependents.
At present, members of the Protestant community are under-represented and consequently applicants from members of this community would be particularly welcome.
We are committed to the employment and career development of disabled people. All applicants with a disability who meet the essential requirements for these posts will be shortlisted. We also provide reasonable adjustments for applicant with disabilities.
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