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Join Our Team!

We currently have a range of exciting opportunities to join our team. Do you have excellent communication skills and a flair for helping people? Take a look at our vacancies below! Mid-Ulster Vacancies: - Career Mentor (37.5 hours per week - fixed term contract to 31st October 2022) https://www.communityni.org/job/career-mentor-mid-ulster-currently-working-hybrid-0 - Career Mentor (37.5 hours per…

Let’s Work Celebrates Great Success During Unprecedented Year

What a year it has been! Despite many challenges, the “Let’s Work” scheme has been brought to a close after a successful year. The Employment initiative funded by the Social Investment Fund (SIF) under the Delivering Social Change framework, has helped 104 people gain full permanent employment and many more gain work experience. The programme,…

Abbey Upholsterers Provide Valuable Work Placements to Let’s Work Participants Resulting in Job Creation

The Employment initiative “Let’s Work”, funded by the Executive Office’s Social Investment Fund (SIF) under the Delivering Social Change framework, has helped 79 people gain employment since it commenced in October 2019. The project received £1.68m investment from SIF to help address employment related issues in areas of socio-economic need across Northern Ireland.  The programme…

Winter Newsletter

Please read our Winter Newsletter letting you know what the Network Personnel team have been up to in the last few months. Winter-Newsletter-2Download We are continuing to deliver our services to our clients from the safety of their homes.  We are also continuing to provide online training, and helping to support people back into work.…

Let’s Work Scheme Helps Secure Jobs Despite Covid

The Employment initiative “Let’s Work”, funded by the Social Investment Fund (SIF) under the Delivering Social Change framework, has helped 47 people gain employment in 2020. The programme, which commenced in October 2019, received £1.68m investment from SIF to help address employment related issues in areas of socio-economic need across Northern Ireland.  The programme sought…