Ireland Human Rights Commission is excited to be able to launch a number of new
vacancies as part of a Dedicated Mechanism to oversee the
commitment by the UK Government that no diminution of rights, safeguards and
equality of opportunity results from its withdrawal from the EU.
now invited for the following post:
Head of Service
(Dedicated Mechanism) – EU Withdrawal
Salary band - £58,676
- £66,075 per annum
The post holder will lead on the delivery of the functions of the
Dedicated Mechanism to ensure there is effective formulation, management and
coordination in respect of its; monitoring, policy, advisory, reseach,
promotional and legal functions. The role also involves effective management of
staff and allocated budgets. The post holder will be required to build and
maintain effective relationships with other key actors such as public bodies
and Government departments in Northern Ireland, Ireland and the UK.
The successful candidate will have a degree qualification or equivalent,
as well as previous experience of leading staff in conducting legal or policy
research or advice to Government. They
will also be able to demonstrate significant knowledge of the legal and policy
framework relating to the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union.
The post is permanent and full time.
details and to request an application form (if not downloadable directly from
this website) please contact our HR partners Headstogether Consulting Ltd via
or by telephoning 028 90424030.
closing date for receipt of applications is 12noon on Monday
30th November 2020.
The Northern Ireland
Human Rights Commission is an equal opportunities employer and considers
applications strictly on the basis of merit. Disabled people who meet the
essential criteria for the post will be interviewed. The Commission wishes to particularly encourage
applications from men who are currently under represented in the organisation.