13/12/2019

Recruitment Underway For 300 Civil Service Jobs

The Northern Ireland Civil Service has launched a recruitment campaign for over 300 Administrative Officers.

With a starting salary of almost £21,000, the permanent positions will be located across the region and will be full-time, with flexitime available in most offices.

A number of groups are currently under-represented in the service, meaning applications from these are particularly welcomed. The NICS would like to hear from protestants and men, people under the age of 35, people with a disability and people from minority ethnic communities.
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It should be noted that all applications for employment will be treated strictly on the basis of merit.

Specific duties will depend on which NICS Department successful candidates are allocated to. Potential candidates will need to be good communicators, good team players and have the ability to work accurately and manage time efficiently.

Entrants can submit their applications online or by contacting the service to request an application pack. Completed submissions must be returned no later than 12 noon on Monday 23 December 2019.

Click here for more details and links to apply.



(JG/CM)

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