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Our purpose is to make a distinctive contribution of service and excellence, in the Catholic tradition, to higher education in Northern Ireland. St Mary's is an academic community committed to the search for meaning and value in the intellectual life, to academic excellence and to individual attention for students.

To apply for any vacancy please download an application pack, application form and equal opportunities monitoring form below and submit both your application form and monitoring form by email to recruitment@smucb.ac.uk by the closing date. Alternatively, we can accept forms by post. Please state the appropriate reference number in all correspondence.

Academic Registrar AR-21-1

 

 

£39,739 to £53,348 gross per annum

 

The postholder will deliver core student administrative functions for the College in the provision of all Registry Services and have responsibility for advice, guidance and quality assurance of College wide policies and procedures.

 

 

Applicant Information Pack AR-21-1

 

 

Application Form AR-21-1

 

 

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form AR-21-1

 

 

Closing date is no later than 12.00 noon on Thursday 6th January 2022

 

Comhairleoir Oideachais (Buan) An tÁisaonad IM-21-1


Tuarastal - Grád 10 faoi láthair £39,739 - £53,348  comhlán sa bhliain

 

Cuspóir an Phoist:

Le hoibriú le comhghleacaithe san Áisaonad ar tháirgeadh áiseanna foghlama ardchaighdeáin do Ghaelscoileanna.

Le comhairle agus treoir a chur ar fáil do mhúinteoirí ar úsáid áiseanna foghlama an Áisaonaid i gcomhthéacs an tseomra ranga.

Le dul i gcomhairle le Gaelscoileanna agus le múinteoirí lena riachtanais áiseanna foghlama a mheas agus le tionscnaimh oiriúnacha a dtiocfadh leis an Áisaonad tabhairt fúthu a aimsiú.

 

Tá an post urraithe ag Foras na Gaeilge

 

 

Guidance for applicants IM-21-1

 

 

Cur Síos Poist agus Sonraíocht faoin Phearsa IM-21-1

 

 

Foirm Iarratais IM-21-1

 

 

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form IM-21-1

 

 

Ag obair san Áisaonaid

 

 

 

Is é an dáta deiridh ar gá na hiarratais a bheith istigh Dé Céadaoin, an 15ú mí na Nollag tráth nach moille ná 12 meán lae.

 

The College will accept returned application forms by email to recruitment@smucb.ac.uk by 12 noon on closing date specified. Alternatively, we can accept forms by post.

St Mary’s University College is an Equal Opportunities Employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community, particularly those with a disability. Members of the Protestant community are currently under-represented among the staff. Therefore, applications from this section of the community are particularly welcome.

St Mary's University College is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all suitably experienced and/or qualified candidates, irrespective of religious belief, political opinion, gender, disability, race, age, marital status, sexual orientation or whether or not they have dependants.

The College is located on the Falls Road, opposite the Royal Victoria Hospital, accessible by public transport (bus).

The terms and conditions of employment are considered competitive and compare favourably with other employers. We can offer:

  • Competitive rates of pay
  • 35 hours per week as a full time member of the support staff
  • Generous annual leave entitlement
  • Access to an on-site gym
  • Access to the College Library
  • Defined benefit pension scheme (NILGOSC or Teachers' Superannuation Pension if eligible)
  • Occupational maternity & paternity benefits
  • Occupational sick pay
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Car parking
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Excellent training & development opportunities
  • An Employee Assistance Programme

You can apply for a vacancy by downloading an application form and further details from our website.  To view these documents, you must use Adobe Reader Version 4.0 (or above) which is available for free download at the Adobe website.

 

Alternatively, you can request that a Word version of the application form be sent by email by emailing recruitment or by telephone on 028 90268207. Please state the reference number in all correspondence.    

 

In the interests of fairness please use the space provided on your application form and do not alter the form.

Policy on the Recruitment of ex-offenders

NI Direct - Department of Justice - AccessNI Code of Practice