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In this section you will be able to have a look at any job or volunteering opportunities we have available at Parenting NI.

We are currently looking to recruit a Dads Support Worker and Board Members.

Dads Support Worker

(Based in Belfast)

Parenting NI is the lead partner in the Dads Project, funded by the Community Fund (Big Lottery).

We are currently looking to recruit an outstanding, innovative, dynamic and energetic person who will passionately promote our vision and mission in the role of Dads Support Worker.

The post holder will have a key role supporting the Dads Project by providing telephone and face to face support to Dads who are separated from their partners and children as well as providing elements of online delivery of top tip sessions, Dads Talk and workshops specific to Dads within the project throughout Northern Ireland.

Essential Criteria Includes:

  • Level 3 qualification in any of the following relevant disciplines: Work with Children and Families/Family Support, Early Years/Childhood Studies, Social Work directly relating to Child and Family Work, Working with Parents, Counselling or Youth and Community Work
  • At least 2 years’ experience of providing Family Support or equivalent that had a strong focus on supporting Dads

Hours:            18 hours per week – Wednesday 9.30am to 4.00pm, Thursday 3.00pm to 8.00pm and Friday 9.30am to 4.00pm

Salary:            £11,035 per annum (FTE £22,683)

Contract:        Funded until December 2022

Download further information, application form and monitoring form below. 

Closing date for applications: 4pm on Wednesday 30th September 2020

Interviews will take place Thursday 8th / Friday 9th October 2020

Recruitment Pack Application Form Monitoring Form

Make a difference – become a Trustee!

Parenting NI is currently recruiting new Board members.  Trustees need to be committed to the ethos of Parenting NI.  The Board meetings take place approximately 4 times a year (including an Annual General Meeting). 

The role of a Board member includes contributing to Board discussions and decisions, and to bring independent judgement on issues of strategy, performance, key opportunities and accountability.

At present, we would particularly welcome interest from those with the following experience to join the Board:-

  • legal background; or
  • experience within the voluntary sector, working in an organisation which supports children, parents and/or families to join the Board.

If you have an interest in our work, we would like to hear from you. Induction, training and support will be provided.  Although the Trustee role is unpaid, we will reimburse reasonable expenses.

Please email to request an Expression of Interest form.  This form should be returned by 4pm on Monday 12th October 2020.

Those interested will be invited to initially meet with the Chair and Chief Executive.