The Northern Ireland Civil Service (NICS) has launched a recruitment campaign for over 300 permanent Administrative Officers across Northern Ireland.
The starting salary is £20,951 and the closing date is noon on 23rd December.
Encouraging people to apply, Sonya Kilpatrick, Director of Resourcing said: “Administrative Officers in the NICS play a vital role in making a difference and delivering services.
“Whether directly serving our customers or providing support to teams delivering services across the NICS, Administrative Officers are part of an organisation that touches the lives of people in Northern Ireland and across the UK, every day.
“This is a great opportunity for people with the ability to work in roles that are both demanding and rewarding. I would really encourage anyone who’s interested to visit the NICS Recruitment website for more details.”
For further information about the role visit www.nicsrecruitment.org.uk/Administrative-Officer.
Notes to editors:
- Administrative officers are the second tier of administrative support staff in the NICS.
- Posts will be available throughout Northern Ireland and applicants will be able to state their preferences for work location and working pattern at the application stage, although there is no guarantee those preferences will can be met.
- As Protestants and men are currently known to be under-represented at this grade in the NICS, and as young people (people under the age of 35), people with a disability and people from minority ethnic communities are currently under represented in the NICS, applications from these groups would be particularly welcome. All applications are considered strictly on merit.
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