Regional Officer – Ireland (Belfast) – Closing Date: 19 October 2023
Applications are invited from those interested in applying and who consider they can meet the requirements and responsibilities of the Regional Officer position in the Ireland, based in the Belfast Office.
Applicants must reside in the Ireland region. Alternatively, if they do not reside in that Region, they need to be a member of a Unite branch within the Ireland region where the post is being advertised. Other mandatory requirements are detailed on the application form.
Applications are encouraged from people who are under-represented in the union. We actively encourage women, Black and Asian Ethnic minority, disabled and LGBT+ people to apply, including from those applicants who do not reside in the Region in which the role is based. For clarity, all under-represented applicants are advised that it is a requirement of the union for the designated office and local membership allocation to be serviced by an officer at that location on a daily basis. Please annotate the attached monitoring form accordingly to assist us when processing your application.
The remuneration for this role is £58,735.00 rising to the substantive salary of £62,845.00 for this post - Grade 9.
A job description, person specification and application form can be downloaded below.
The closing date for completed applications is 19 October 2023. The interview panel will be members of Unite’s Executive Council who are not associated with the Region.
For any queries, please e-mail Human Resource Development & Training on [email protected].
Completed application forms must be returned to the HR Development & Training Department at [email protected] by close on Thursday, 19 October 2023.
The role reports to the Regional Secretary.
CVs are not accepted as part of the application.
Unite reserves the right to withdraw this role at any time.
Please be advised that the successful candidate may be required to undertake a DBS check as part of their pre-employment checks dependent on the nature of the role.