Homelessness Charity NI Announces 100 Jobs In NI

A homelessness charity has announced it is seeking to recruit up to 100 jobs in Northern Ireland.

Simon Community NI aims to expand its team and is hosting a recruitment drive at the Holiday Inn, Queens Quarter, from 9am-5pm on Wednesday, 30 November.

There are 38 full time positions and 60 bank staff roles available in its Homelessness Services Department as well as other paid positions.
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Paddy McGettigan, Director of Homelessness Services at Simon Community NI said: "We're strengthening our network of Support across 12 towns and cities in Northern Ireland, so there are jobs in Belfast, Lisburn, Bangor, L'Derry and Coleraine to name a few.

"In addition to the full time positions available, we also need to further develop our team of casual staff, so the opportunities are perfect for students, or those seeking experience leading to a career in social work, mental health or nursing.

"We are working hard to make homelessness a priority for our government and hope this new complement of staff can help us achieve our vision and together we can end homelessness."


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