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

To find out more about our Recruitment Service please click here or contact iris@co3.bz

1. Brain Injury Matters

2. South Ulster Housing Association

Brain Injury Matters

CO3 is delighted to be partnering with Brain Injury Matters (BIM) to appoint a Chief Executive. 

The person will have outstanding leadership skills and the ability to inspire, strategically lead and motivate a team. They will be able to demonstrate dynamic and articulate leadership with a strong commitment to the values and ethos of the Charity.

Reporting to the Chair of Trustees, the CEO will provide leadership and direction for the staff team, working with the Board of Trustees and constantly developing and enhancing opportunities to implement our three year strategy.

If you have a passion and energy to help BIM achieve their objectives and support their vision of a society where those with brain injury can live full and meaningful lives we would be delighted to hear from you.

Closing date is Monday 8 October 2018 at 12 noon

Click here to download the Application Pack

Click here to download the Application Form

Click here to download the Equal Opportunities Form

Click here to download the Criminal Convictions Form

2. South Ulster Housing Association

South Ulster Housing Association (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 three new Board members with a professional working experience in housing, governance and the legal sector respectively. These key individuals with play an important role in contributing to the Association being the best that we can be.

In return we will keep you informed about our work, seeking your engagement and input. We will provide you with a full induction to the Association’s work and we will support you in your role as a Board Member.

If you have any initial queries relating to the post in the first instance please do not hesitate to get in touch via the contact details below. 

Click here to access the Information Pack