2025 - Northern Ireland Anti-Bullying Forum Co-ordinator

Closes: 11:59pm on Sunday 17th January 2021

Advertising Reference: 2025
Position Title: NI Anti-Bullying Forum Co-ordinator 
Location: The NICVA Building, Belfast - (Currently virtual/work from home) The post holder may start the position while NCB is working remotely due to Covid-19, therefore all candidates must be able to work at home temporarily
Status: Fixed Term - 2 Years
Salary: £34,963 per annum

For over 50 years the National Children’s Bureau (NCB) has been building a better childhood for all.

We have an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated and capable individual to co-ordinate the NI Anti-Bullying Forum (NIABF).  You will be working with over 20 regional statutory and voluntary sector organisations, all acting together to end bullying of children and young people in our schools and in our communities. This interagency group is hosted by National Children’s Bureau (NCB) and funded by the Department of Education.

You will develop the profile, role and activities of NIABF, work closely with external partners and networks, lead on Anti Bullying Week and ensure the active participation of children and young people throughout.

It is essential that you can demonstrate extensive experience of working collaboratively to deliver positive children with and on behalf of children and a thorough understanding of current approaches to tackling bullying.

Excellent interpersonal, communication, writing and networking skills are required for this challenging and rewarding role.

To apply for this position, please complete and return a completed Application Form and Equal Opportunities Form by email to jobs@ncb.org.uk. Applications close at 11:59pm on Sunday 17th January 2021.

Please quote the job title and reference number in your application. CVs will not be accepted.

Assessment and interviews to be conducted on Thursday 28th January 2021. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

NCB is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, political opinion, marital status, pregnancy and maternity, paternity, and carer status.