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Opportunities

Please find below information on any current recruitment or Board opportunities available through CO3.
 

1. Lighthouse - Board Recruitment

2. Help Musicians - NI Chapter Members / Trustees

3. Cedar - Head of Human Resource Management and Services

4. South Ulster Housing Association - Board Recruitment
 


 

1. Lighthouse - Board Recruitment

Lighthouse, a suicide prevention charity in North Belfast, supports those who have been bereaved through suicide and we are committed to providing support services to families who have lost loved ones and for individuals who are in crisis. Initially established in 2003 as a community response to a community problem (the exceptionally high incidence of suicide in North Belfast) Lighthouse has undergone various stages of growth and change; however, the core purpose of the organisation remains unchanged.

We are looking for individuals with a background in the private, public, voluntary or community sectors who can contribute to the strategic leadership and governance of the organisation. Taking account of the range of skills and experience of Lighthouse’s current Board Members, we welcome strengthening the Board’s collective portfolio of skills in the following areas:

  • Finance and Governance
  • Marketing and Public Relations
  • Business Development and Fundraising
  • Previous Chair experience

To discuss these Board positions in further detail, please email recruitment@co3.bz or telephone 028 90 245356 or to apply directly, please email a copy of your CV to recruitment@co3.bz .

 

Click here to access the Information Pack

Deadline for Applications: 12 noon Monday 4 June 2018
 

 

 

 

2. Help Musicians - Chapter Members / Trustees
 

Help Musicians UK (“HMUK”) is an independent charity that supports musicians from starting out through to retirement.

Although the name Help Musicians UK was only established in 2014, the pedigree of this charity dates back to 1921. After the tragic death of English tenor Gervase Elwes, his friends set up a fund for musicians in his name. In 1930 this became the Musicians Benevolent Fund. In 2014 the name was changed to HMUK to bring the message of to a wider range of musicians and supporters.

HMUK is there to offer support to the following:

  • Emerging professionals to develop their talent and get started in their professional career
  •  Music professionals who hit a crisis in their lives
  • Music professionals with long-term or terminal illness
  • Music professionals[1] in retirement and those needing special help as they grow older.

We are looking to build a diverse yet robust chapter in NI to be fully reflective of today’s music industry.  We are looking for highly motivated individuals who are keen to bring their passion, expertise and networks to the table.

As a new chapter in NI we have a unique opportunity to build an impactful cohort of passionate and driven individuals from a wide spectrum of experience. This will be a wonderful opportunity to contribute to our strategic plan and provide fresh insights and input to inform and guide our work at a local level.

Although the charity currently has an existing board of trustees in England, they are looking to recruit specific Chapter Members in NI to help springboard the organisation’s reach and impact locally.

HMUK wishes to recruit Chapter Members with the following specialisms and backgrounds:

  •  Finance and Governance 
  •  Legal
  • Fundraising
  • A musician or significant Music industry experience
  • Commercial business and/or creative enterprise/social enterprise
  •  Health and Social Care or Welfare
  • Marketing, Communications and/or PR
  • Lobbyist or advocacy

 

This is not an exhaustive list and if there are other skills and qualities that you feel relevant, would add value to the HMUK Chapter in NI, please make an application.

 

To discuss these positions in further detail, please contact email recruitment@co3.bz or telephone 028 90 245356 or to apply directly, please email a copy of your CV to recruitment@co3.bz .

 

Click here to access the Information Pack

Deadline for Applications: 12 noon Friday 15 June 2018

 

[1] Note that the term ‘musician’ refers to the artists, managers, producers, production staff, live crew, publishers and others in the industry. As of 2017, HMUK has supported this diverse range of music professionals.

 

 

 

 

 

3. Cedar - Head of Human Resource Management and Services

 

Cedar, a charity that delivers a range of services that enable people with disabilities to get the most out of life and to be fully included in their communities, is seeking to appoint a Head of Human Resource Management and Services. 

We are looking for an outstanding person with integrity, energy and resilience, who will deliver and develop the organisation’s People Strategy.  This sets out Cedar’s aims and aspirations to develop our people to deliver our Vision and Mission within a supportive, inspiring and high performing working environment. Cedar’s People Strategy is an enabler, supporting the delivery of Cedar’s Strategy.  The organisation will achieve this by supporting the delivery of the strategic aim of ….Building a competent and resilient organisation that is responsive to changing need and committed to innovation and excellence.

If you share a commitment to the Vision, Mission and Values of Cedar, and have the required leadership skills and experience, we want to hear from you.  Please find below relevant information relating to the organisation and the role including the selection process.

If you have any initial queries relating to the post in the first instance please contact Nora Smith at nora@co3.bz or telephone 028 90 245356/07825 432333 .

 

Click here to access the Information Pack

Click here to access the Application Form

Click here to access the Criminal Records Check

Click here to access the Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form
 

Deadline for Applications: 12 noon Monday 18 June 2018

 

 

 

4. South Ulster Housing Association - Board Recruitment

 

SUHA was formed in 1978 as Portadown Housing Association. Since then it has grown to be one of the most important Housing Associations in Northern Ireland. We presently own and manage over 1,100 homes throughout Northern Ireland.

As an Association we live by our vision statement; ‘To be more than just a landlord, to put our tenants’ voice at the heart of what we do and to deliver great homes and services, supporting communities and improving lives’.

We are aiming to recruit two new Board members with a professional working experience in finance and the legal sector respectively. These key individuals will play an important role in contributing to the Association being the best that we can be.

If you have any initial queries relating to the post in the first instance please contact Nora Smith at nora@co3.bz or telephone 028 90 245356/07825 432333 .
 

Click here to access the Information Pack

Deadline for Applications: 12 noon Friday 29 June 2018