Top legal job and medics’ positions are up for grabs
A TOP role in the Public Prosecution Service (PPS) with a salary of £181,156 and over 20 senior health and social care roles are among this week’s public sector vacancies.
The Policing Board is also seeking a deputy principal, while Ulster University has two posts for its schools of biomedical sciences and architecture.
Meanwhile, the Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service is looking for a human resources manager — a role that offers a salary between £39,177 and £41,967.
The top post this week is the director of the Public Prosecution Service for Northern Ireland.
The role is currently held by Barra Mcgrory QC, who was appointed in 2011 and announced his resignation in May this year.
Completed applications must be submitted by October 20.
And the Northern Health and Social Care Trust is seeking over 20 medics for its Antrim, Causeway, Holywell and Whiteabbey hospitals.
The speciality posts include consultants in disciplines including geriatrics, radiology, psychiatry, emergency medicine and anaesthetics.
The closing date for all applications is October 18. A spokeswoman for the Northern Health and Social Care Trust said it had “an on-going annual recruitment cycle for our medical posts”.
She said: “As each post becomes vacant, the Trust attempts to recruit to these positions in line with our recruitment procedures.
“Equally the advertisement aims to attract both newly qualified doctors and existing qualified candidates to fill some of the more specialist and harder to fill posts. This current advertisement is part of this process.”
Elsewhere in the medical field, Grove Medical Practice on York Road, Belfast is seeking a GP.
The four-partner practice serves 6,300 patients. Portadown Health Centre, which has over 5,000 patients, is also seeking a salaried GP with a view to partnership and Balmoral Surgery is seeking a practice nurse with experience in cervical cytology.