You can find details of current employment opportunities here:
HUMAN RESOURCES BUSINESS PARTNER
PBNI are recruiting for an HR Business Partner
Salary £24,734 – £25,540 (Belfast, full-time, permanent)
Application Closes Monday 27 January at 12 noon
Temporary Principal Psychologist (Grade 7 Principal) Salary: £47,749 – £52,334 (subject to review)
Temporary Senior Forensic Psychologist (Deputy Principal) Salary: £36,448 – £40,072 (subject to review)
Temporary Trainee Forensic Psychologist (Staff Officer) Salary: £29,317 – £31,446
Temporary Psychology Assistant (Executive Officer I) Salary: £26,413 – £27,544
We are open to receiving speculative applications from suitably qualified and experienced individuals to join the Probation Board for Northern Ireland’s Psychology Department on a temporary basis for potential vacancies that may arise.
The Psychology Department of the Probation Board for Northern Ireland provides many services including: – psychological input into client assessments, pre-sentencing reports, risk management meetings, programmes and interventions, and collaborative work with colleagues in Community Forensic Mental Health Teams. In addition, the Psychology Department is undertaking pioneering work in relation to Domestic Violence, Substance Misuse and Mental Health in relation to the Criminal Justice process and which has drawn interest from Criminal Justice systems around the world.
Application forms can be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or in writing to Probation Board for Northern Ireland, Human Resources Department, 80-90 North Street, Belfast BT1 1LD. There is no closing date for the receipt of completed application forms. If, and when, a suitable vacancy arises the completed forms received by that date will undergo a selection process.
- Full Advertisement Aug 2018
- Information for Applicants – Psychology Posts Aug 2018
- Application form Psychology Aug 2018
PBNI is an Equal Opportunities Employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
Under the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) (Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and Council on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data), organisations and bodies are required to provide to those in respect of whom they process personal data, access to and information on the information that they hold. The applicable Privacy Notice for recruitment is Privacy Notice for PBNI Staff and Board members (PDF)